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01 January 25, 2018 Annual WorkshopRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION www.rctc.org WORKSHOP AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda Individual item start times are approximate and subject to change JANUARY 25 – 26, 2018 Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort and Spa 44600 Indian Wells Lane Indian Wells, California In compliance with the Brown Act and Government Code Section 54957.5, agenda materials distributed 72 hours prior to the meeting, which are public records relating to open session agenda items, will be available for inspection by members of the public prior to the meeting at the Commission office, 4080 Lemon Street, Third Floor, Riverside, CA, and on the Commission’s website, www.rctc.org. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Government Code Section 54954.2, if you need special assistance to participate in a Commission meeting, please contact the Clerk of the Board 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. Public comments on agenda items can be made and will be accepted during the Commission discussion on that particular item. Public comments on matters not on the agenda will be heard at the end of the workshop on each day as noted on the agenda. To ensure that you are called on to comment, please file out a speaker card and submit to the Clerk before the item that you wish to comment on begins. 1:30 P.M. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2018 1:30 p.m. – 1:40 p.m. WELCOME AND WORKSHOP OVERVIEW Dana Reed, Chair Anne Mayer, Executive Director 1:40 p.m. – 2:20 p.m. RCTC’S BASELINE – WHERE ARE WE NOW & WHERE DO WE WANT TO BE? Anne Mayer, Executive Director 2:20 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. BREAK 2:30 p.m. – 3:20 p.m. PUBLIC ATTITUDES REGARDING TRANSPORTATION – POLLING Aaron Hake, External Affairs Director Richard Bernard, FM3 COMM-AWK-00009 Riverside County Transportation Commission Workshop January 25 – 26, 2018 3:20 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. PUBLIC ATTITUDES REGARDING TRANSPORTATION – SOCIAL MEDIA (AGENDA ITEM ATTACHED) Aaron Hake, External Affairs Director Scott Wilkinson, Alpha Vu This item is for the Commission to: 1) Receive and file a report on public opinion and stakeholder research on transportation issues in Riverside County; 2) Direct staff to implement a public information and engagement plan through 2020 supporting transportation funding, Commission programs, plans, and projects; and 3) Continue to explore and evaluate a 2020 sales tax measure for transportation. 4:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. BREAK 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. PROTECTING SB 1 (AGENDA ITEM ATTACHED) Jillian Guizado, Legislative Affairs Manager This items is for the Commission to: 1) Adopt the following positions: a) California Voter Approval for Gas and Vehicle Taxes Initiative (#17-0033) – Oppose b) California Transportation Taxes and Fees Lockbox and Appropriations Limit Exemption Amendment – Support PUBLIC COMMENTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. BREAK 6:00 p.m. DINNER 6:30 p.m. TRANSPORTATION, TECHNOLOGY AND TOURISM IN THE VALLEY Gopi Sangha, Goldenvoice Productions 7:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT The workshop will continue at 9:45 a.m., Friday, January 26, 44600 Indian Wells Lane, Indian Wells, California WHERE ARE WE NOW & WHERE DO WE WANT TO BE? Anne Mayer Executive Director Historical Look at Key Actions in the Past •How did we get here? Current Challenges •New Hot Spots A road map for moving forward A DECADE OF PROGRESS SETS THE STAGE #tbt 2006 LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITY 2009 Measure A Delivery Plan 2009-2019 December 13, 2006 Western County Delivery Plan Priority List through 2019 •Immediately pursue construction: –Interstate 215 –Interstate 10 –State Route 91 –Interstate 15 •Pursue environmental clearance: –Bi-county Interstate 215 project –Mega projects: State Route 79 realignment & Mid County Parkway •Protect right of way for mega projects •Consider additional projects as opportunities arise Measure A Forecast •Measure A WC Highway –2009 through 2019 $486.2 million –2019 through 2029 759.1 million –2029 through 2039 1,084.8 million –TOTAL $2,330.1 million Geographic Area 2001 Forecast 2006 Forecast Increase Western County 3,360,000,000$ 7,675,300,000$ 128.4% Coachella Valley 1,255,000,000 2,605,000,000 107.6% Palo Verde Valley 47,000,000 73,300,000 56.0% Total Receipts 4,662,000,000$ 10,353,600,000$ 122.1% 2010 SCALING BACK EXPECTATIONS Strategic Highway Projects •Mid County Parkway –Complete PA/ED –Consider extraordinary right of way acquisitions on a pay-as-you go basis •SR-79 Realignment –Complete PA/ED –No right of way acquisition funding available at this time 30 Rail Projects/Operations •Currently operating on 1989 Measure A reserves •Sufficient funds for short-term capital projects •Sufficient funds for operations through 2013 •Long term operating needs exceed planned revenue –station costs are a major concern •Perris Valley Line has attracted federal support, but will add to long-term operational costs 31 Current Projects •Maintain delivery •Retain Measure A savings on 74/215 Interchange –SR-91 HOV, East Junction, eligible regional arterial –No local stimulus program –Maximize federal funding •SR-91 HOV –Delay Riverside project if CMIA funds fail to materialize 34 I-215 Corridor Establish the following priorities: 1.South--Murrieta Hot Springs Road to Scott Road 2.Central--Scott Road to Nuevo Road 3.Bi-County HOV Project 4.French Valley Parkway IC and Gap Closure Defer: North—Nuevo Road to Box Springs Road 35 I-15 Corridor •Complete PA/ED •Scope re-evaluation underway-complete July 2010 •Assume deferral of PS&E •Reassess status in July 2010 •Continue monitoring and support of French Valley Parkway 36 I-10 Corridor •Defer start on truck climbing lane 37 Rail Program •Deliver PVL •In conjunction with SCRRA, explore long-range budget issues •Work with Commission to consider long-range RCTC Metrolink policy items including: –Station operations costs –Advertising –Parking 38 SR-91 CIP •Don’t stop/don’t slow down •Continue to move the project forward •Implement phasing plan •Need to reduce project cost to maintain project financial feasibility •Proceed with an initial project and ultimate project concept •Defer certain improvements •Explore alternative funding options •Private company equity •OCTA •Federal funds 40 2013 FINALIZING THE 15 Interstate 15 Corridor Improvement Project The Path Forward January 31, 2013 47 $330 $0$0$0 Carpool 2020 $330 Million Measure A TIFIA Loan Toll Revenue Bond Other Three Alternatives: Varied Funding Sources and Costs NOTE: * Other funds include income during construction (both options) and retained cash used for the future construction phase (“Tolled Express Lanes 2020 + GP by 2039” option only) 53 $166 $124 $124 $1 Tolled Express Lanes 2020 $415 Million Measure A TIFIA Loan Toll Revenue Bond Other $717 $121 $262 $219 Tolled Express Lanes 2020 + GP 2039 $1,319 Million Measure A TIFIA Loan Toll Revenue Bond Other “Establish the new scope of the Interstate 15 Corridor Improvement Project (I-15 CIP) to include two Tolled Express Lanes in each direction from approximately State Route 60 to Cajalco Road.” Questions? Staff Recommendation 57 FACING OUR CURRENT CHALLENGES Western County Transportation Projects How priorities are set in Western County: Recommended by: Corridor Ad Hocs Plans and Programs Committee Approved by: Commission Process: Based on Measure A Ordinance How priorities are set in Coachella Valley: Recommended and approved by: CVAG State/Federal funds approved by: Commission Process: TPPS Based on Measure A Ordinance $$$ The Funding Gap 2016 STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT Category A$6,114,000,000 26% Category B$1,363,000,000 6% Category C $6,058,000,000 26% Funding Gap$9,833,000,000 42% The Funding Gap -Narrowed Category A$8,339,971,526 36% Category B$2,420,000,000 10% Category C $5,211,000,000 22% Funding Gap$7,397,028,474 32% 2017 POST-SB 1 DECEMBER 13,2017 The Funding Gap -Narrowed Category A$10,869,971,526 47% Category B$2,420,000,000 10% Category C$2,681,000,000 11% Funding Gap$7,397,028,474 32% NEW 1/2-CENT SALES TAX MEASURE (20 YRS) Where do we want to be? 2019-2029 •Clear priorities with county wide benefit •Priorities based on need and funding •Strong regional focus •Rail and bus services meet needs of communities •Projects and Programs support countywide quality of life efforts: –housing/environment/population growth/job growth Risks •SB 1 repeal •Competing priorities •Increased population = increased congestion •Can’t build our way out of congestion •Minimal federal investment •Impacts of housing and population growth •Living in the now and not planning for the future •Transportation no longer non-partisan Looking Forward •We have a track record of establishing priorities and delivering projects •The current delivery plan is about to wrap up –this year is the perfect time to consider a new one •Freeway expansion becoming more challenging •Major funding changes are needed for transit growth Looking Forward and Listening Opportunities for Input •Enhanced communications and outreach must be prioritized •SB 1 is critical but it’s only part of the puzzle •Long range plan will progress during 2018 •Additional data to be shared as part of this workshop Looking Forward to Working With You •Setting priorities requires a collaborative approach •Plans and programs committee •CVAG •Enhanced profile necessary in outside regional bodies –Metrolink, SCAG, CALCOG, MSRC, etc. The Coachella Valley Transportation Program Presentation for Riverside County Transportation Commission January 25, 2018 Different regions, different priorities How Does the CV Transportation Program Work? CVAG IDs & Ranks Projects CVAG IDs & Ranks Projects $3B Top Projects Funded $3B•Maybe ~ 10%/cycle $300M Top Ranked Projects Indian Ave I/C Bob Hope Dr I/C Date Palm Dr I/C Monterey Ave Washington St I/C Madison St Jefferson St I/C Hwy 111 Palm Dr / Gene Autry Trl I/C Avenue 50 Monroe St. I/C Jackson St. I/C How Funded •State & Federal •TUMF 1989 •Measure A –1988 & 2002 TUMF TUMF is voluntary Measure A •½ Cent Sales Tax •Approved in 1988 & 2002 –50% CVAG –35% Cities –15% SunLine Sharing Project Cost and Benefits $33 $14 $21 $7 $28 $M STIP STP CVAG Local Sharing Project Cost and Benefits Jefferson Ave Sharing Project Cost and BenefitsAND BENEFITS $7 Active Transportation •ATP now part of TPPS •CV Link First Phase –Cathedral City First Phase –Cathedral City •Feb. 23 grand opening •Honoring Sup. John J. Benoit 220-4854 Survey Conducted: November 2-14, 2017 2 Research Goals and Methodology Key Goal: Assess willingness of Riverside County voters to support a local finance measure for transportation improvements. 4 Focus Group Sessions September 26, 2017: Coachella Valley (City of Palm Desert) September 27, 2017: Western Riverside (City of Riverside) Survey with 1,481 Respondents November 2-14, 2017 3 Survey Methodology Unweighted interviews in Western Riverside County = 1,047; Coachella Valley =378 ; Palo Verde Valley =56 Conducted a Dual Mode Survey, online, by cell, and landline between November 2-14, 2017 Survey was available in English and Spanish Surveys were completed using a random sample of 1,481 voters registered in Riverside County likely to vote in November 2020 Overall margin of error: ±3.5% full sample; ±4.9% for half sample Margin of error for total voters likely to vote in November 2018 (N = 909): ±4.8 Margin of error for Western Riverside County (weighted N = 1,181): ±4.2% Margin of error for Coachella Valley (weighted N = 292): ±6.9% Margin of error for Palo Verde Valley (weighted N= 8): ±14% Some percentages may not sum to 100% due to rounding 4 5 More voters have a positive opinion about the direction of Riverside County now than in 2010. Q. Thinking about Riverside County in general, would you say things are going in the right direction or do you feel things are off on the wrong track? Right Direction 30% Wrong Track 46%DK/NA 24% 0 Right Direction 40% Wrong Track 28% DK/NA 32% 2010 Survey FM3 2017 Survey 6 7 7% 6% 8% 18% 17% 20% 8% 9% 5% 5% 33% 32% 36% 30% 30% 29% All Riverside County W. Riverside County Coachella Valley Very Fav.Smwt. Fav.Smwt. Unfav.Very Unfav.HO/DKE NHO/DK/NA More voters have a favorable view of RCTC than not, but nearly two-thirds are unfamiliar. Q. I'm going to mention the names of some organizations. For each organization you have heard of, please tell me whether you have an overall favorable or unfavorable opinion of that organization. ^Not Part of Split Sample. HO/DKE=Heard of/Don’t know. NHO/DK/NA=Never heard of/Don’t know/No answer. Total Fav.Total Unfav. 24%13% 23%14% 28%7% Favorability Rating of RCTC 8 22% 24% 13% 15% 15% 15% 29% 31% 23% 35% 34% 36% 6% 7% 15% 16% 12% 5% 7% 11% 12% 7% 30% 29% 36% 16% 16% 18% 7% 5% 16% 9% 8% 12% All Riverside County W. Riverside County Coachella Valley All Riverside County W. Riverside County Coachella Valley Very Fav.Smwt. Fav.Smwt. Unfav.Very Unfav.HO/DKE NHO/DK/NA Western Riverside County residents are more familiar with Metrolink than those in Coachella Valley, while Caltrans is recognized equally across the County. Q. I'm going to mention the names of some organizations. For each organization you have heard of, please tell me whether you have an overall favorable or unfavorable opinion of that organization. ^Not Part of Split Sample. HO/DKE=Heard of/Don’t know. NHO/DK/NA=Never heard of/Don’t know/No answer. Total Fav.Total Unfav. 51%11% 55%11% 36%12% 50%25% 49%27% 51%19% Ranked by Total Favorable 9 41% 33% 16% 29% 31% 34% 5% 6% 8% 13% 20% 30% 10% 7% 7% Very Fav.Smwt. Fav.Smwt. Unfav.Very Unfav.HO/DKE NHO/DK/NA Total Fav.Total Unfav. 69%7% 63%9% 50%12% Ranked by Total Favorable Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency Sunline Transit Agency Riverside Transit Agency, also known as RTA Voters tend to be more familiar with their local transportation agency and have overall positive impressions of them. Q. I'm going to mention the names of some organizations. For each organization you have heard of, please tell me whether you have an overall favorable or unfavorable opinion of that organization. Split Sample. HO/DKE=Heard of/Don’t know. NHO/DK/NA=Never heard of/Don’t know/No answer. 10 11 Eight-in-ten voters believe Riverside County’s transportation system has a need for additional funding; over 50% believe that need is great. Q. Generally speaking, would you say that Riverside County has a great need for additional funding, some need, a little need or no real need for additional funding for the County’s transportation system, including freeways, local streets and public transit? 56% 25% 4% 8% 7% Great need Some need A little need No real need Don't know/NA Great/ Some Need 81% A Little/ No Real Need 12% 12 The overall perception of need is consistent across the county, but voters in Western Riverside are more likely to believe there is a “great need.” Q. Generally speaking, would you say that Riverside County has a great need for additional funding, some need, a little need or no real need for additional funding for the County’s transportation system, including freeways, local streets and public transit? 56% 25% 4% 8% 7% Great/ Some Need 81% A Little/ No Real Need 12% 58% 23% 4% 7% 8% Great need Some need A little need No real need Don't know/NA 47% 34% 3% 11% 6% Coachella ValleyWestern Riverside County All Riverside County Great/ Some Need 81% A Little/ No Real Need 11% Great/ Some Need 81% A Little/ No Real Need 13% 13 Hypothetical Ballot Measure Language Tested in Survey Q. If the election were held today on this measure, do you think you would you vote yes in favor or no to oppose it? Riverside County Transportation Improvement Plan To keep freeways,roads,transit and commuter rail well-maintained;improve Western Riverside County, Coachella Valley and Palo Verde Valley local streets; improve traffic flow and safety on Freeways and Highways 10,15,60,71,79,86,91,111 ,215; earthquake retrofit bridges;create local jobs;shall voters authorize the Riverside County Transportation Improvement Plan enacting a ½¢special sales tax until ended by voters;generating approximately $173 Million annually;requiring audits,citizen’s oversight,and all funds controlled locally,be adopted? 14 Among the likely November 2020 universe, support in Coachella Valley is slightly higher than Western Riverside County. Q4. If the election were held today on this measure, do you think you would you vote yes in favor or no to oppose it? Definitely yes Probably yes Undecided, lean yes Undecided, lean no Probably no Definitely no Undecided 35% 19% 5% 3% 6% 28% 4% Total Yes 59% Total No 37% 54% 33% 19% 5% 3% 6% 30% 4% Total Yes 57% Total No 39% 52% 40% 20% 4% 3% 8% 20% 6% Total Yes 63% Total No 31% 60% Coachella ValleyWestern Riverside County All Riverside County 15 A majority of Likely Nov 2018 and Likely Nov 2020 voters initially support the ballot measure, but not enough to reach the two -thirds threshold necessary for passage. Q. If the election were held today on this measure, do you think you would you vote yes in favor or no to oppose it? 35% 17% 5% 3% 7% 30% 4% Definitely yes Probably yes Undecided, lean yes Undecided, lean no Probably no Definitely no Undecided 35% 19% 5% 3% 6% 28% 4% Total Yes 59% Total No 37% Total Yes 56% Total No 40% Likely November 2020Likely November 2018 54%52% 16 Q. If the election were held today on this measure, do you think you would you vote yes in favor or no to oppose it? Support is strongest in Supervisorial Districts 4 and 5, while the vote is more split in Districts 2 and 3. District 3 Total Yes: 51% Total No: 45% Undecided: 5% District 1 Total Yes: 60% Total No: 37% Undecided: 3% District 2 Total Yes: 52% Total No: 44% Undecided: 4% District 5 Total Yes: 65% Total No: 31% Undecided: 3% District 4 Total Yes: 64% Total No: 30% Undecided: 5% County of Riverside Supervisorial Districts 17 Great Need Some Need A Little/ No Great Need Don't Know/NA Total Yes Total No Undecided (% of Sample)(56%)(7%)(25%) Q. If the election were held today on this measure, do you think you would you vote yes in favor or no to oppose it? Initial Vote by Need for Funding Support for the measure is strongly correlated with assessmentsof the need for funding. (12%) 18 19 Mean Score 6.3 6.1 6.2 6.1 6.1 6.0 5.9 5.9 6.0 The most important ballot measure features include requiring all funds to benefit Riverside County residents, maintaining local roads and filling potholes, and improving freeway traffic flow and safety. Q. I am now going to mention some features and provisions of the proposed Riverside County Transportation Improvement Plan Measure. Regardless of your opinion of the measure, after I mention each one, please tell me how important it is to you that the feature or provision be included as part of the measure. We will use a scale of 1-7, where 1 means NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT to you that the feature or provision is included in the measure and 7 means it would be VERY IMPORTANT. ^Not Part of Split Sample (Ranked by (6 & 7) Very Important) 79% 76% 76% 75% 75% 71% 70% 69% 69% 9% 14% 11% 12% 11% 14% 11% 13% 12% 5% 5% 5% 6% 5% 8% 7% 5% 6% 5% 7% 7% 7% 9% 10% 9% 8%6% (6-7) Very Impt.(5) Smwt. Impt.(4) Neutral (1-3) Not Too/Not At All Impt.(8) DK Requiring all funds to benefit Riverside County residents Maintaining local roads and filling potholes Improving freeway traffic flow and safety on freeways and highways 10, 15, 60, 71,79, 86, 91, 111 and 215 ^Keeping freeways, roads, bridges, public transit and commuter rail well-maintained Improving freeway traffic flow Upgrading and maintaining freeways and highways 10, 15, 60, 71, 79, 86, 91, 111 and 215 Creating local jobs Keeping bus fares low for students, seniors, veterans and the disabled Synchronizing signals 20 Mean Score 5.9 6.0 5.9 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.6 5.9 Q. I am now going to mention some features and provisions of the proposed Riverside County Transportation Improvement Plan Measure. Regardless of your opinion of the measure, after I mention each one, please tell me how important it is to you that the feature or provision be included as part of the measure. We will use a scale of 1-7, where 1 means NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT to you that the feature or provision is included in the measure and 7 means it would be VERY IMPORTANT. Split Sample 68% 67% 66% 65% 65% 64% 63% 63% 62% 61% 14% 12% 9% 14% 14% 11% 16% 12% 14% 13% 7% 7% 8% 9% 7% 7% 7% 11% 7% 8% 9% 7% 10% 10% 13% 14% 11% 11% 13% 6% 6% 6% 12% (6-7) Very Impt.(5) Smwt. Impt.(4) Neutral (1-3) Not Too/Not At All Impt.(8) DK Continued (Ranked by (6 & 7) Very Important) Earthquake retrofitting bridges Requiring audits Requiring citizen's oversight Protecting local ground water from storm water road run-off Making safety improvements on streetsto reduce crime and traffic accidents Keeping bus fares low for seniors Accelerating the completion of freeway upgrade projects Improving freeway safety Upgrading freeways and roads to preparefor evacuation during disasters, such as earthquakes, floods and fires Requiring all funds controlled locally 21 Western Riverside voters highly rate funds benefiting Riverside County residents, improving traffic flow on local freeways and maintaining local roads. Q. I am now going to mention some features and provisions of the proposed Riverside County Transportation Improvement Plan Measure. Regardless of your opinion of the measure, after I mention each one, please tell me how important it is to you that the feature or provision be included as part of the measure. We will use a scale of 1-7, where 1 means NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT to you that the feature or provision is included in the measure and 7 means it would be VERY IMPORTANT. ^Not Part of Split Sample (Western Riverside County) 80% 78% 77% 76% 74% 72% 70% 9% 10% 9% 13% 13% 14% 12% 5% 6% 5% 5% 5% 6% 6% 7% 7% 7% 8% 8%6% Requiring all funds to benefit Riverside County residents Improving freeway traffic flow and safety on freeways and highways 10, 15, 60, 71, 79, 86, 91, 111 and 215 Improving freeway traffic flow Maintaining local roads and filling potholes ^Keeping freeways, roads, bridges, public transit and commuter rail well-maintained Upgrading and maintaining freeways and highways 10, 15, 60, 71, 79, 86, 91, 111 and 215 Synchronizing signals (6-7) Very Impt.(5) Smwt. Impt.(4) Neutral (1-3) Not Too/Not At All Impt.(8) DK Mean Score 6.3 6.2 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.0 6.0 22 Coachella Valley voters highly rate keeping the entire transportation system well-maintained, funds benefiting Riverside County residents, and maintaining local roads. Q. I am now going to mention some features and provisions of the proposed Riverside County Transportation Improvement Plan Measure. Regardless of your opinion of the measure, after I mention each one, please tell me how important it is to you that the feature or provision be included as part of the measure. We will use a scale of 1-7, where 1 means NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT to you that the feature or provision is included in the measure and 7 means it would be VERY IMPORTANT. ^Not Part of Split Sample (Coachella Valley) 77% 76% 74% 73% 72% 68% 68% 68% 68% 9% 9% 15% 14% 11% 13% 15% 14% 7% 7% 5% 6% 6% 5% 5% 8% 12% 5% 6% 5% 5% 10% 10% 9% 8% 11% 5% (6-7) Very Impt.(5) Smwt. Impt.(4) Neutral (1-3) Not Too/Not At All Impt.(8) DK ^Keeping freeways, roads, bridges, public transit and commuter rail well-maintained Requiring all funds to benefit Riverside County residents Maintaining local roads and filling potholes Earthquake retrofitting bridges Keeping bus fares low for students, seniors, veterans and the disabled Upgrading freeways and roads to prepare for evacuation during disasters, such as earthquakes, floods and fires Improving freeway traffic flow and safety on freeways and highways 10, 15, 60, 71, 79, 86, 91, 111 and 215 Protecting local ground water from storm water road run-off Creating local jobs Mean Score 6.2 6.2 6.2 6.1 5.9 5.9 5.8 5.9 5.8 23 24 47% 41% 26% 28% 73% 69% Much More Incl.Smwt. More Incl. Q. I am going to mention to you some statements made by supporters of the Riverside County Transportation Improvement Plan Measure. Please tell me if it makes you more inclined to vote yes in favor of this ballot measure. (Ranked by Total More Inclined to Vote Yes) Asked in Coachella Valley Only, N=292 (COACHELLA VALLEY) This measure will fund our fair share of the transportation improvement plan in the Coachella Valley which includes upgrading and maintaining local freeways, streets and public transportation to help improve traffic flow, commute times and traffic safety. Specifically, it will widen and upgrade the 10 and 86 freeways and reduce bottlenecks at their interchanges, improve Highway 111, repave local streets, repair potholes, upgrade and add crosswalks and sidewalks, and reduce the potential for flooding streets in your community. (AGING SYSTEM) Most of Riverside County's freeway system was built 50 years ago or more and needs upgrading and safety retrofitting. Almost 1,100 bridges and overpasses, more than 20% of all bridges and overpasses in the County, are rated as being in poor condition, requiring significant maintenance, rehabilitation or replacement. Funds from this measure will be used to repair, upgrade and improve our area's freeways, including bridges and overpasses so that they meet our needs and are safe. A regional statement for the Coachella Valley and a statement about the aging freeway system are the strongest messages. 25 46% 42% 41% 21% 22% 23% 67% 64% 64% Much More Incl.Smwt. More Incl. Continued Q. I am going to mention to you some statements made by supporters of the Riverside County Transportation Improvement Plan Measure. Please tell me if it makes you more inclined to vote yes in favor of this ballot measure. (ACCOUNTABILITY) This measure includes strict accountability requirements including an Oversight Committee and independent annual financial and performance audits available for public review. And by law, all the money will be used for maintaining and improving Riverside County's transportation system only and cannot be diverted to other purposes or taken by the state or federal government. Asked in Western County Only, N=1,183 (WESTERN RIVERSIDE) This measure will fund our fair share of the transportation improvement plan in the Western area of Riverside County which includes upgrading and maintaining local freeways, streets and public transportation to help ease traffic congestion, improve commute times and traffic safety. Specifically, it will widen and upgrade the 15, 60, 91, and 215 freeways and highways, including on-and -off ramps; repave local streets, repair potholes, upgrade and add crosswalks and sidewalks in your community. (GROWTH) Population experts estimate that by the year 2040, Riverside County's population will exceed over three million which is 40% more than the population in 2012. This population increase will add thousands of new cars to our roads each day. We need this reliable source of funding to upgrade our aging and inadequate transportation network to meet our County's needs. (Ranked by Total More Inclined to Vote Yes) 26 Support increases somewhat with information, but does not reach the 2/3rds threshold. Q. If the election were held today on this measure would you vote yes in favor or no to oppose it? Total Yes Total No Undecided Coachella ValleyWestern Riverside County All Riverside County 59%62% 37% 32% 4%6% Initial Vote After Information 57%61% 39% 33% 4%6% Initial Vote After Information 63%67% 31% 26% 6%7% Initial Vote After Information 27 After information, support remains slightly higher for the November 2020 voter universe. Q. If the election were held today on this measure would you vote yes in favor or no to oppose it? 59%62% 37% 32% 4%6% Initial Vote After Information Total Yes Total No Undecided 56%60% 40% 34% 4%6% Initial Vote After Information Likely November 2020Likely November 2018 28 60%63% 52% 58% 51%55% 64%67%65%67% 37% 32% 44% 37% 45% 37% 30%26% 31%27% 3%6%4%5%5%8%5%6%3%6% Initial Vote After Info. Initial Vote After Info. Initial Vote After Info. Initial Vote After Info. Initial Vote After Info. District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5 Q. If the election were held today on this measure would you vote yes in favor or no to oppose it? Total Yes Total No Undecided Vote Progression by Supervisorial Districts 29 30 Conclusions Planning for a 2/3 ballot measure for transportation in Riverside County will be a marathon, not a sprint. Support is clearly too low to proceed in 2018 and the demographic differences between the 2018 and 2020 electorate are not enough on their own to predict success in 2020. It is important to consider sub-regional differences when communicating about currently planned and future projects, as well as the benefits of a funding measure. Use the next several months to listen to what constituents and community leaders are looking for in a ballot measure. 220-4854 Survey Conducted: November 2-14, 2017 RCTC Social Media Campaign Results •50%+ of Americans now receive use Facebook content as their primary news source. •Confirmed in focus group discussions. •Include other social media platforms, and no question this is the dominant communications platform of our age. •Social media platform structures are still badly misunderstood. The State of Social Media •We need a scientific approach to analyzing social media data for: •Context. •To detect and understand trends in public opinion. •To effectively communicate with all of the county’s constituents. •Understanding online social structures. The State of Social Media RCTC COI Ego Frequency 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 19-Aug 23-Aug 27-Aug 31-Aug 4-Sep 8-Sep 12-Sep 16-Sep Activities/Entertainment/Cultural Airports/Hotels Business Municipal Governments First Responders Education 2017 Outreach Pilot: Outreach Structure •Designed to create combinations of: •Geography •RCTC projects •Message themes •Message attributes •Allows us to measure: •Relative support for projects among various areas of the county. •How to most effectively communicate RCTC’s work and mission. 2017 Outreach Pilot: Lessons Learned •Citizens representing a wide range of demographics and geography want to know more about RCTC’s work. •People have busy lives, so we need to do more to get information to them where they are and on their own terms. •This will also enhance our ability to get feedback from more people. •Many detected opinions correlate highly with survey results, enhancing our confidence in our ability to quickly detect nascent trends. SB 132 Projects (5 projects) City and County Road Improvements (29 targets) Highway Improvements (8 projects) Rail and Freight (7 projects) Services (4) Active Transport (CV Link + 12 Bike/Pedestrian Project Awards) Project Types Quality of Life (time savings) Job Creation (local construction jobs) Safety (driver safety and support) Message Types •Identified 1,060,800 Riverside residents in Facebook suitable for this project. •Segmented into 33 geographical targets throughout the county. Methodology: Targeting •Proportion of positive engagement with each post. •Engagement scaled based on intensity of expression: •Likes x1 (baseline) •Wows x2 •Loves x3 •Shares x7 •Positive Comments x5 •Positive Replies x4 Positive Engagement Index SB 132 Projects (79.77)Highway Improvements (77.97) City/County Road Improvements (88.07) Services (98.60) Rail and Freight (94.49) Active Transport (90.12) Positive Index by Project Type Widening the Hamner Ave. Bridge in Norco (88.73) Interstate 15/Limonite Ave. Interchange (82.25) 15/91 Express Lanes Connector (70.42) McKinley St. Grade Separation (77.70) Jurupa Road Grade Separation (79.75) SB 132 Projects Sunset Avenue Grade Seperation (88.05) Riverside Quiet Zone(88.10) Riverside Grade Seperations (92.05) 91/Perris Valley Line (97.33)Operation Lifesaver (97.93) Coachella Valley Grade Separations (98.44)Coachella Valley-San Gorgonio Pass Rail (99.54) Rail and Freight Projects Specialized Transit (100) Freeway Service Patrol (99.4) IE Commuter (99.2) Call Box (95.8) Services SR-60 Truck Climbing Lanes (97.48) SR-79 Realignment (90.05)I-215/Newport Road Interchange & Scott Road Improvements (87.85) Mid County Parkway (87.76) I-15/Railroad Canyon Interchange (86.89) I-10/Jefferson Interchange (84.04) I-15/Temecula Parkway Interchange (78.69) I-15 Express Lanes (49.94) 91 Express Lanes (35.80) Highway Improvements Comment Examples Post: Coachella Valley-San Gorgonio Pass Rail Positive Comments Comment Examples Post: Coachella Valley-San Gorgonio Pass Rail Negative Comments Comment Examples Post: I-15/Temecula Parkway Positive Comments Comment Examples Negative CommentsPost: I-15/Temecula Parkway Comment Examples Post: SR-60 Truck Climbing Lane Positive Comments Comment Examples Negative CommentsPost: SR-60 Truck Climbing Lane Regional Effectiveness Score (RES) Target RES Canyon Lake 1.00 Perris 0.99 Winchester 0.93 Moreno Valley 0.75 Menifee 0.77 Norco 0.74 San Jacinto 0.68 Eastvale 0.60 Target RES Nuevo 0.59 Banning 0.54 Hemet 0.54 Lake Elsinore 0.50 Beaumont 0.46 Corona 0.45 Jurupa Valley 0.42 Coachella 0.40 Regional Effectiveness Score (RES) Target RES Riverside 0.40 Coachella Valley 0.36 Calimesa 0.28 Indio 0.26 Temecula 0.25 Murrieta 0.24 Entire County 0.17 Wildomar 0.13 Target RES Palm Springs 0.08 La Quinta 0.07 Rancho Mirage 0.06 Palm Desert 0.05 Desert Hot Springs 0.03 Blythe 0.02 Cathedral City 0.02 Indian Wells 0.01 Regional Effectiveness Score: County Map Regional Effectiveness Score: Map 1 Regional Effectiveness Score: Map 2 Regional Effectiveness Score: Map 3 Regional Effectiveness Score: Map 4 More broadly and aggressively target content to communities most affected by specific nearby projects. •Findings suggest your audience is most likely to positively engage with and spread content geared specifically towards its own nearby (micro) community/neighborhood needs. •This will involve a mix of organic and ad-supported outreach. •It is a mistake to believe information will be seen because it has been posted. Recommendation 1 When we target ad supported content, we maximize ROI by targeting specific areas rather than broad, county-wide outreach. •Targeting overly small ad groups is costly. The dollar amount spent on each person reached is higher. •Target middle-sized audiences with content about high-favorability projects. Recommendation 2 Project Type Average Positive ROI Average Audience Size Rail & Freight $0.16 5775 SB132 Projects $0.20 4022 Active Transport $0.20 2446 Services $0.22 *7357 Highway Improvements $0.25 5681 City/County Road Improvements $0.48 *1907 Positive ROI by Project Type *smallest/largest audiences targeted Recommendation 2 •When talking about Express Lanes, citizens are most receptive to messages regarding Job Creation for the 15/91 Express Lanes Connector project and Quality of Life messaging for the I- 15 and 91 Express Lanes projects. Recommendation 3 •Expand/Scale the outreach investment. •Social media platforms are making organic reach extremely difficult, if not impossible, for institutional pages. •Represents both an opportunity and meeting the obligation to get information to residents. •Now we can reach them where they are, and on their own terms. Recommendation 4 RCTC Social Media Campaign Results Jillian Guizado, Legislative Affairs Manager State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update Federal COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update 2 Principles 1.Transportation revenue spent on transportation 2.Maintain level state funding for transportation COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update RCTC Action on Initiatives Initiative Position Subject Proposition 90 (2006)Oppose Eminent domain Proposition 1A (2006)Support Prop 42 fix Proposition 1B (2006)Support Infrastructure bonds Proposition 98 (2008)Oppose Eminent domain Proposition 53 (2016)Oppose Bond issuance voter approval SB 1 in Riverside County COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update •$69,943,430 formula funding* in FY 2017/18 •$113,599,430 formula funding* in FY 2018/19 •$114,000,000 potential competitive grant funding in FY 2018/19 *Does not include Caltrans District 8 funding for operations and maintenance of highways, bridges, and culverts COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update 6 Principles 1.Preserve/increase funding 2.Ensure Measure A project delivery 3.Improved state/federal highway O&M 4.Programs/policies to advantage Riverside County 5.Repay general fund loans 6.Stabilize and restore STIP COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update COMMISSION WORKSHOP: JANUARY 25, 2018 State Legislative Update QUESTIONS? Local Streets and Roads $0 $500,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $2,500,000 $3,000,000 $3,500,000 $4,000,000 Coachella & Palo Verde Valleys before SB 1 after SB 1 Local Streets and Roads $0 $2,000,000 $4,000,000 $6,000,000 $8,000,000 $10,000,000 $12,000,000 $14,000,000 BanningBeaumontCalimesaCanyon LakeCoronaEastvaleHemetJurupa ValleyLake ElsinoreMenifeeMoreno ValleyMurrietaNorcoPerrisRiversideSan JacintoTemeculaWildomarWestern Riverside County before SB 1 after SB 1 Local Streets and Roads $0 $20,000,000 $40,000,000 $60,000,000 $80,000,000 $100,000,000 $120,000,000 $140,000,000 $160,000,000 Unincorporated County All Cities & County Riverside County before SB 1 after SB 1 Riverside County Transportation Commission Workshop January 25 – 26, 2018 9:45 A.M. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 2018 9:45 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. COMMISSION MEETING (SEPARATE AGENDA) 10:30 a.m. –11:00 a.m. LOOKING FORWARD: KEY ACTIONS AND DATES IN 2018 John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director 11:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. STATE HIGHWAY OPERATIONS AND PROTECTION PROGRAM John Bulinski, Governor’s Ex-Officio 11:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. TOLLING IN CALIFORNIA Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director 11:30 a.m. PUBLIC COMMENTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS CLOSING REMARKS AND ADJOURNMENT RULES FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS ON AGENDA AND NON AGENDA ITEMS. Each individual speaker is limited to speak three (3) continuous minutes or less. The Commission may, either at the direction of the Chair or by majority vote of the Commission, waive this three minute time limitation. Depending on the number of items on the Agenda and the number of speakers, the Chair may, at his/her discretion, reduce the time of each speaker to two (2) continuous minutes. In addition, the maximum time for public comment for any individual item or topic is thirty (30) minutes. Also, the Commission may terminate public comments if such comments become repetitious. Speakers may not yield their time to others without the consent of the Chair. Any written documents to be distributed or presented to the Commission shall be submitted to the Clerk of the Board. This policy applies to Public Comments and comments on Agenda Items. Under the Brown Act, the Commission should not take action on or discuss matters raised during public comment portion of the agenda that are not listed on the agenda. Commission members may refer such matters to staff for factual information or to be placed on the subsequent agenda for consideration. PUBLIC ATTITUDES REGARDING TRANSPORTATION – SOCIAL MEDIA RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 25, 2018 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Future Funding Initiatives Ad Hoc Committee Aaron Hake, External Affairs Director THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: Narrowing the Funding Gap – Public Opinion Research on Transportation FUTURE FUNDING INITIATIVES AD HOC COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to: 1) Receive and file a report on public opinion and stakeholder research on transportation issues in Riverside County; 2) Direct staff to implement a public information and engagement plan through 2020 supporting transportation funding, Commission programs, plans, and projects; and 3) Continue to explore and evaluate a 2020 sales tax measure for transportation. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Riverside County as a Self-Help County Riverside County is one of 25 counties in California with a locally-approved special sales tax devoted to transportation. These counties are known as “self-help” counties; the moniker hearkens to the era when local governments across California first took action to address their transportation challenges in the absence of leadership and funding by the state. The ability of local officials and their constituents to locally raise funds and set local priorities without reliance on Sacramento was – and continues to be – an appealing public policy option in counties throughout the state. In 1988, Riverside County was among the first counties to enact a self-help measure, which was renewed in 2002 and is set to expire in 2039. The original tax and its renewal are both known as “Measure A.” In both 1988 and 2002, the countywide electorate voted in favor of Measure A by more than the now-required, two-thirds margin. As required by law, each ballot measure included an expenditure plan of specific projects and categories of funding towards which the sales tax revenues are pledged. The expenditure plan constitutes a compact between the Commission, which is the statutorily-designated agency to implement Measure A, and the voters of Riverside County. The Commission is a countywide public agency governed and overseen by 33 elected officials representing every municipality and county supervisorial district plus an appointee of the Governor. Public opinion surveys over decades have consistently demonstrated that voters prefer local oversight of local transportation dollars, without involvement by Sacramento or Washington. The Commission used the self-help model to improve: every major highway in Riverside County; rehabilitate and expand local streets and roads in every community; provide critical public transit services to seniors and the disabled; provide commute assistance to local employers and their employees; provide commuter rail service throughout Southern California; and preserve habitat for endangered species in one of the nation’s largest conservation plans. Having a local funding source has also improved the Commission’s position in competing for state and federal funding, which are often part of the overall effort needed to develop larger freeway and transit projects such as the Perris Valley Line and the widening of State Route 91. Absent Measure A, the effects of increasing traffic congestion being experienced today in Riverside County would be amplified further. Existing Funding Cannot Meet Demand or Expectations If status quo funding is to be maintained and expected population growth comes to fruition, Riverside County faces a transportation capital funding shortfall of at least $12.6 billion by 2039. If the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, also known as Senate Bill 1 – the state “gas tax” legislation approved by the state last year, is repealed by the voters in November 2018 – Riverside County’s transportation capital funding shortfall grows to at least $15.8 billion. The Commission’s Strategic Assessment adopted in 2016 identified a new self-help sales tax measure as one option to help close the County’s long-term capital and transit operations funding gap. Subsequently in 2017, the Commission authorized staff to sponsor legislation to allow the Commission to implement a new sales tax measure and to conduct the research and public outreach necessary to determine the feasibility of presenting such a measure to voters in 2018 or 2020. Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia authored the Commission’s proposed legislation, Assembly Bill 1189, which was signed into law by Governor Brown in September 2017. Thus, the Commission now has the statutory authority to administer an additional self-help sales tax if approved by voters by the requisite two-thirds threshold. The remainder of this report documents the findings of staff from multiple avenues of research on the feasibility of a new sales tax measure, followed by recommendations. Extensive Research of Public and Stakeholder Opinion and Priorities Between July and November 2017, pursuant to recommendations from the Future Funding Initiatives Ad hoc Committee, Commission staff and consultants conducted multi-faceted research to understand public and stakeholder attitudes towards transportation issues. The five components of research are: 1) City conversations – in-person sit-down meetings with every City Manager and/or management team; 2) Stakeholder conversations – in-person conversations with a diverse array of external organizations with an interest in the County’s transportation system; 3) Social media listening – 83 targeted Facebook advertisements soliciting responses from voters regarding transportation projects and programs in Riverside County; 4) Focus groups – four professionally-facilitated focus groups with likely voters; and 5) Polling – a statistically valid public opinion survey of a representative sample of voters. 1. City Conversations Commission staff met with the City Manager and/or a combination of city management personnel at every city in Riverside County. Each meeting was a listening session for Commission staff to understand each city’s: • General state of affairs; • Transportation priorities; • Recommendations for design of a potential new transportation sales tax measure; and • Areas where the Commission can assist the city on any topic. All listening sessions were favorably received and yielded important exchanges of information in both directions that in many cases led to follow-up actions or future plans for a city and the Commission to collaborate and communicate. The following is a summary of findings from these 28 city conversations: • Most cities have a clear need for additional transportation funding: o Nearly all cities have an extensive list of unfunded capital needs; o SB 1 funds are helpful to all cities, however they do not “solve the entire problem” in each city; in most cases, cities will still not be able to achieve a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) of 80 (the threshold sought by SB 1) for many years. • Most transportation needs are for: o Maintenance and rehabilitation of existing roads; o Reconstruction or new construction of interchanges of local roads with the state highways system; and o Increasing capacity of congested highways. • Coachella Valley cities generally expressed: o Support for new intercity rail service to the valley being developed by the Commission; o The importance of ensuring the Coachella Valley receives a fair share of funding vis-à-vis Western Riverside County; o Pedestrian safety as valley-wide concern; and o Flooding of streets and bridges as an infrastructure problem needing to be addressed. • Western County cities generally expressed: o Outdated and congested local interchanges with highways are a priority; o Regional arterials are in need of expansion to accommodate growth and connectivity between communities; o Interstate 15 traffic congestion is worsening and becoming a greater concern for business and quality of life; and o Concerns with equity of funding from regional transportation agencies. o Population growth in the southwest region of Riverside County is expected to grow at a high rate, exacerbating traffic congestion concerns. • Many cities desire to leverage road improvement projects with upgrade and installation of other utilities into the public right-of-way; this is an efficient use of limited public funds and creates a backbone for economic growth. • Several cities are creating active transportation plans and aggressively pursuing active transportation grants. • Cities with freight rail lines running through them have unfunded grade separation projects, which those cities would like to advance. • Several cities discussed broader financial needs which are leading them to consider new municipal general sales taxes for the November 2018 election. Additionally, several cities have recently passed general sales taxes and expressed concern over another sales tax increase in close time proximity. • Several cities have politically conservative electorates and/or elected councils that may not embrace a higher sales tax rate. • For any future local transportation funding measure: o Cities should receive a subvention of flexible funds such as Measure A does today; o Local control and prioritization must be emphasized; o There should be a focus on luring employers to the region and retaining our local workforce; o Future growth of cities should be considered; and o Specific projects should receive commitments and the public should clearly understand where the money will go and be able to conduct reviews and audits. 2. Stakeholder Conversations Commission staff held 38 in-person conversations with a diverse array of stakeholders across Riverside County. The following types of groups were engaged: environmental, labor, business, health, education, agriculture, social justice, Native American, seniors, active transportation, and former Commissioners. These conversations explored each stakeholder’s relationship to the County’s transportation system, their priorities for current and future investment, and ways the Commission could better partner with them and their stakeholders. This stakeholder outreach effort was not intended to be exhaustive, as there are hundreds, if not thousands, of stakeholders worthy of engagement throughout Riverside County. Rather, staff sought a sample of stakeholders both well-known and less-known to the Commission, which would provide an initial perspective into how various communities of interest would respond to this type of outreach. The results of this five-month effort will translate into lessons learned for future outreach. Staff welcomes Commissioner input on key stakeholders in their communities who staff should engage in the future. Stakeholders Engaged by Commission Staff: July-November 2017 Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Center for Community Action & Environmental Justice Inland Empire Economic Partnership Southern California Partnership for Jobs San Bernardino/Riverside County Construction and Building Trades Council Riverside County Farm Bureau Riverside County Workforce Development Board Inland Empire Biking Alliance Safe Routes to School National Partnership Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau Leadership Counsel for Justice & Accountability Coachella Valley Economic Partnership East Valley Coalition Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce (Legislative Committee) Desert Stands Unified School District Former Commissioner Terry Henderson Desert Valley Builders Association Southwest California Legislative Council Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Temecula Valley Winegrowers’ Association Rancho California Horseman’s Association Temecula Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians Mt. San Jacinto Community College Morongo Band of Mission Indians Former Commissioner Bob Botts Altavita (March ARB retirement community) Riverside Community College District Riverside County Medical Association Former Riverside Mayor Ron Loveridge Endangered Habitats League Inland Empire Health Plan College of the Desert Corona-Norco Unified School District Raincross Group Greater Corona Traffic Alliance Janet Goeske Senior Center Community Colleges – Community colleges in Riverside County expressed concern for transit frequency and convenience for students to attend classes, particularly in the evenings. Most community college students are in low or middle income situations, and can often be transit- dependent. SunLine Transit Authority and Riverside Transit Agency schedules are major factors in the ability of students to attain education and future employment. The colleges also are looking at physical infrastructure improvements to campus to accommodate growth, including parking facilities, transit accessibility, and walkability. Community colleges are also large employers. There are more opportunities for the Commission to work with these institutions on rideshare programs to assist faculty in commuting to and from work. K-12 Education – School districts expressed priority for getting kids to and from school efficiently, and remaining informed about transportation projects that could create delay and complications for parents, students, and buses getting to campuses. The Commission’s Operation Lifesaver rail safety program was of common interest. In general, school districts expressed desire for greater collaboration on transportation issues. Labor – Strong support for transportation investment was communicated from labor-related stakeholders. Infrastructure of all types is key to their constituencies. Environmental and Social Justice – Organizations in both ends of the County expressed concern over development patterns and investment priorities. Focus areas for these groups are on walkable, healthy, and safe communities that integrate housing and infrastructure in a manner that is least impactful on the environment and on public health. Transit and active transportation facilities are priorities. Expansion of logistics facilities are a concern. Sprawling housing development was also mentioned as a concern generating greater strain on the environment and existing infrastructure. Business – Chambers of commerce, development industry, visitor and convention bureaus all expressed high priority for regional infrastructure investment as key to economic growth and success for their members. Riverside County’s potential for tourism and business growth is constrained by traffic congestion and accessibility of other major markets such as Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego Counties. Airport access and aviation was also frequently cited as a priority for economic growth. Business groups did express concern over higher taxation rates with a potential transportation sales tax measure, combined with recognition that a local measure would provide the benefit of local priorities being recognized. Upgrades in rail service throughout the County was also frequently mentioned as a priority. Tribal Governments -- Time constraints limited staff to only three meetings; however, Native American tribes are an important constituency and serve local residents, employ large numbers of people and attract visitors to the county. More importantly each tribal government and constituency has unique circumstances and needs. In terms of transportation, the interest can be in local improvements for tribal members to support for regional facilities to support various enterprises. This is an area of outreach that should be prioritized and expanded. Southwest County – Congestion on I-15 is a widespread concern. Growth of tourism in wine country is economically positive yet brings congestion challenges on the highways system and on city and county roads. The sub-region is also focused on expanding the health and medical industry on top of the large existing presence of medical manufacturing and new hospitals; attracting further businesses in this sector could be hampered by stifling traffic congestion. Coachella Valley – A predominant theme in stakeholder conversations also seen in focus groups and polling is concern for a “fair share” of funding be allocated to the Coachella Valley. Stakeholders of all types from the desert expressed strong support for new daily rail service to the Coachella Valley. Such a project is seen as an economic enhancement and improvement to qualify of life. Stakeholders expressed support for CV Link; no statements of opposition to the project were conveyed. Countywide – Many stakeholders expressed concern the recent enactment of SB 1 would dampen voter enthusiasm for a countywide sales tax for transportation. Additionally, stakeholders from areas with predominantly conservative electorates expressed concern that the merits of transportation investment would be secondary to broader voter concerns about taxation. 3-5. Constituent Conversations The Commission engaged Riverside County residents on the topic of a potential new transportation sales tax through three methods: • Focus groups • Statistically valid representative polling • Social media Social Media The Commission engaged with 8,907 unique Riverside County voters in 14,602 total engagements on Facebook during the month of July through a series of 83 geographically-segmented “boosted” posts containing content related to different transportation projects, programs, and services in Riverside County. Utilizing consultant services, each engagement was measured for positivity, negativity, and comment content to determine the nature of public sentiment towards transportation issues in specific locations and among demographic categories. Of the 14,602 total engagements (defined as comments, shares, likes or other Facebook reactions), 13,321 (91.2 percent) were categorized as positive and 1,281 (8.7 percent) were categorized as negative. The most common negative comments received were categorized as “anti-tax” comments (37) and shortly behind were 36 “anti-toll” comments, followed by 7 comments directly critical of the Commission. Facebook posts were “boosted” only to registered Riverside County voters in order to ensure that: 1) the data only reflected the sentiments of Riverside County residents; 2) Commission resources were spent speaking only to Riverside County residents; and 3) to enable the Commission to analyze differences in public sentiment by traits identifiable through the Registrar of Voters countywide voter file, which is available for use for public agencies for research purposes. The Commission obtained and utilized the voter file in compliance with the California Election Code and Registrar of Voters policy. The highest public sentiment was expressed on the following group of posts (in no particular order): Facebook Post Topic Message Geography presented Mid County Parkway Job Creation San Jacinto, Hemet, Winchester Operation Lifesaver Safety Perris, Moreno Valley, Riverside, Corona, Jurupa Valley Coachella Valley-San Gorgonio Pass Intercity Rail Quality of Life Corona, Riverside, Beaumont, Banning, Coachella Valley Metrolink 91/Perris Valley Line Quality of Life Menifee, Murrieta, Temecula, Winchester, Nuevo, Perris, Moreno Valley Specialized Transit Quality of Life Countywide IE Commuter and Call Box Quality of Life Countywide Projects and programs scoring high also included: active transportation projects, specialized transit, commuter assistance services such as freeway service patrol, IE Commuter, call boxes, and local street improvements. The two specific highway improvement projects receiving the greatest positivity ratings: State Route 60 Truck Climbing Lanes through the Badlands and SR-79 Realignment. Other highly favorable projects included grade separations and Quiet Zones in Riverside and the Sunset Avenue grade separation in the city of Banning. Focus Groups Four focus groups of Riverside County voters were professionally facilitated in October 2017. Two focus groups were held in the city of Palm Desert, which included voters from throughout the Coachella Valley. Two focus groups were held in the city of Riverside, which included voters from throughout Western Riverside County. Each focus group was recruited to ensure that they constituted a representative sample of each sub-region’s (Western County or Coachella Valley) voter profile. All focus groups were presented with the same general scenarios, while some details differed specific to each sub-region. Information gleaned from the focus groups was used to shape the questions posed in the subsequent countywide poll. Polling The Commission conducted a statistically valid public opinion survey of 1,481 Riverside County voters between November 2 and November 14. The survey was conducted according to industry best practices and norms, with all content and approach vetted and approved by Commission staff. Content of the survey was shaped by results of the focus groups facilitated by FM3 and previous surveys conducted by the Commission. This was the first dual-mode survey the Commission has ever conducted; voters were invited to participate both by telephone and email to ensure a representative sample of voters was captured by the survey. Attachment 1 provides a summary of results from the poll. Results reveal voters’ agreement on a significant need for more transportation funding in Riverside County, and while a majority of voters are supportive of increasing the countywide sales tax rate to provide such funding, support is below the two-thirds threshold necessary to pass a ballot measure, per state law. The data suggests a higher likelihood of achieving two-thirds support in the 2020 General Election than 2018. Reinforcing previous polls conducted by the Commission, the public is generally unaware of the agency and its role in providing transportation services and projects. Traffic congestion relief, upgrading aging infrastructure, and maintenance of existing roads remain high priorities for Riverside County voters. New rail service to the Coachella Valley is also popular with the public, as is improving highway interchanges on State Routes 10, 15, 60, 91, and I-215, and SR-91 congestion relief in the city of Riverside. All of these transportation improvements are within the purview of the Commission and its partner agencies. A proactive and coordinated countywide public communication and engagement effort will assist the Commission in: 1) Channeling public voices into decisions made by the Commission on the LRTP, 2019 Measure A review and update, 2019-2029 Measure A Delivery Plan, and a potential 2020 sales tax measure; and 2) Educating members of the public regarding transportation investments, needs, and potential solutions. Recommendations Prior to determining whether to move forward with an election for a sales tax measure, it is important to review the Commission’s responsibilities. The Commission can place a sales tax measure on the ballot. It cannot run a campaign or use public funding to advocate for a YES vote. What the Commission can do prior to a ballot measure is to conduct public opinion research and perform public outreach to inform the public of various transportation needs and issues. However, any sort of campaigning or advocacy must be privately funded and operated. Based on the public opinion research which has been conducted, Commission staff does not believe that a new countywide transportation sales tax would be approved by two-thirds of the likely electorate in November 2018. Poll and focus group results reveal a broad tax sensitivity of Riverside County voters that may be further alerted by a high-profile statewide debate over whether to repeal the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) on the same ballot. Yet, results of the poll, focus groups, social media research, and stakeholder and city conversations reveal a widespread acknowledgement that transportation infrastructure in Riverside County needs additional funding. Moreover, this research demonstrates when presented with information on specific projects and programs that people identify as beneficial to them, they become supportive and interested in learning more. The Commission invests hundreds of millions of dollars in making improvements throughout the County that the public has now told Commission staff they generally support (with due acknowledgement that not everyone is happy with every improvement and that construction projects can result in “construction fatigue”). Thus, there is an opportunity and a need to connect in a more meaningful way with the public about the work the Commission is doing and the difficult decisions that lay ahead. Over the next two years, the Commission will be presented with the following opportunities to make long-term, foundational decisions for the next decade and beyond of transportation investment in Riverside County: • Adoption of the first countywide LRTP (currently under development); • Adoption of a “Next Generation Rail” feasibility study; • Adoption of a “Next Generation Toll” feasibility study; • Adoption of a 2019-2029 Measure A Delivery Plan (as the current 2009-2019 Measure A Western County Highway Delivery Plan is nearing completion); and • Mandatory review and possible update of the Measure A expenditure plan in 2019 (pursuant to the Measure A ordinance). Accordingly, Commission staff intends to increase investment in public communication to support these decision-making processes. Together, these future planning and communications efforts will also provide the Commission a data-driven and publicly-vetted foundation for a potential local transportation funding measure in 2020 or beyond. Commissioner Feedback Essential With this research in-hand amid growing congestion and population throughout Riverside County, Commission staff needs direction and feedback from Commissioners with regard to establishing priorities for the next several years of plans and projects. Clear direction from the Commission is also needed regarding on policy positions regarding the pursuit of funding. Staff expects and welcomes spirited discussion on sensitive topics such as taxation because facts demonstrate that the Commission does not – and will not – have funding necessary to pay for every project that the county needs and that Commissioners and the public are requesting. There will always be a funding gap. By working together, we can close a significant part of the gap and provide needed improvements to the general public. Attachment: Summary memo of poll results 12100 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 350 1999 Harrison Street Suite 2020 Los Angeles, CA 90025 Oakland, CA 94612 Phone: (310) 828-1183 Phone: (510) 451-9521 Fax: (310) 453-6562 Fax: (510) 451-0384 TO: Aaron Hake Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) FROM: Richard Bernard and Adam Sonenshein Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates (FM3) RE: Draft Summary Findings of Riverside County Transportation Public Opinion Research DATE: November 27, 2017 DRAFT Below are selected findings from our recent opinion research project that may be helpful for RCTC Commissioners serving on the Future Funding Initiatives ad hoc Committee: Purpose •FM3 was retained by RCTC in July 2017 through a competitive RFP process to conduct quantitative and qualitative research of public opinion in Riverside County towards transportation investment priorities and voters’ willingness to approve a sales tax supplemental to Measure A. Research project methodology •FM3’s research for RCTC began with four focus groups among Riverside County residents considered likely to vote in the November 2018 Gubernatorial Election: two groups on September 26th, 2017 in the Coachella Valley and two groups on September 27th, 2017 in Western Riverside County. The focus groups were used as an opportunity to hear directly from a demographically and geographically diverse group of County voters, and to gain a better understanding of their views on transportation issues. •The focus groups were followed by a quantitative survey. The survey was conducted from November 2nd – 14th, 2017. FM3 surveyed 1,481 Riverside County residents who are likely to vote in the November 2020 Presidential Election. The margin of error for the full sample is ±3.5%. Nine hundred and nine of the respondents are considered likely to vote in the upcoming November 2018 Gubernatorial Election. The margin of error for this sub-sample is ±4.8%. The survey data was collected both online and by telephone (cell phones and landlines), and the survey was available in both English and Spanish. Ballot measure recommendation •The focus groups demonstrated that there is openness to the concept of dedicated funding in Riverside County for transportation upgrades, but that it would face several challenges. Among these challenges, some voters are skeptical about the measure until they see a very specific plan for ATTACHMENT 1 DRAFT Summary of RCTC Ballot Measure Research – Page 2 how the funding would be used (e.g., specific freeways, streets and roads that would be improved) and the steps that would be taken to ensure that there is public accountability for spending decisions. • The survey shows that Riverside County residents perceive a strong need for additional funding for the County’s transportation system, including freeways, local streets and public transit. Over 80 percent say there is a “great” or “some” need (56% great need) for additional funding, which is an important indication of willingness to support a revenue-enhancing ballot measure. • However, the research also indicates that it is not advisable for RCTC to proceed with a sales tax ballot measure in November 2018. Support for such a measure is well over 50% (56% Total Yes on the initial ballot ask), a significant improvement over RCTC’s previous survey research on this subject, but does not yet reach the 2/3rds super-majority threshold necessary to pass the measure. • Support for the measure is somewhat higher for the November 2020 election scenario (59% Total Yes), but a public education campaign is advisable to communicate the proposed plan and to demonstrate the necessity of the measure and its benefits to Riverside County residents. Importance of public communication • The focus groups showed that Riverside County voters have little awareness of who is responsible for transportation planning and improvements in the county generally, or RCTC specifically. • Corroborating this finding, the quantitative survey found that RCTC has relatively low awareness among Riverside County voters. Of all voters surveyed, 24% had a favorable impression of RCTC, 13% had an unfavorable opinion, and 63% were unable to provide an opinion of the agency. • Both the focus groups and survey results showed that RCTC’s public outreach and communications should be tailored to the unique regions of the County. In particular, the focus group participants discussed different regional challenges, funding needs and priorities in the Coachella Valley compared to the Western portion of the County. • Voters place a high priority on several uses of funds that could be highlighted in future outreach. These include: o Improving freeway traffic flow and safety on freeways and highways 10, 15, 60, 71, 79, 86, 91, 111 and 215 (76% very important1) o Maintaining local roads and filling potholes (76% very important) o Keeping freeways, roads, bridges, public transit and commuter rail well-maintained (75% very important) • Voters also indicated they would be more likely to support a ballot measure if they knew it included any of several specific projects that could be part of an overall package of transportation improvements funded by a ballot measure for RCTC, including: o Providing rail service between Los Angeles and the Coachella Valley traveling through the City of Riverside and the Beaumont-Banning Pass (75% of likely Riverside County voters living in Coachella Valley are more likely to support the measure) o Improving local interchanges on the 10, 15, 60, 91 and 2-15 freeways and highways (64% of all likely Riverside County voters are more likely to support the measure) 1 Rating of 6 or 7 on a scale of 1-7 DRAFT Summary of RCTC Ballot Measure Research – Page 3 o Improving the 91 freeway through the City of Riverside (64% more likely to support the measure; asked in the Western Riverside County region only) • Further, several informational statements about the measure resonate strongly with voters, implying that public outreach would be helpful to lay the groundwork for future ballot success. The informational statements that made voters most inclined to support the ballot measure highlighted the following: o Ensuring the Coachella Valley gets its fair share of resources, as well as specific upgrades that could occur in the Coachella Valley, including improvements to the 10 and 86 freeway, Highway 111, and local streets and roads (73% more inclined; asked in the Coachella Valley only) o The age of the County’s system of freeways, bridges and overpasses and the need to make safety upgrades. (69% more inclined to support the measure) o The measure’s fiscal accountability protections including citizen’s oversight, independent audits and provisions that require all funding to be used to improve the County’s transportation system and prevent it from being diverted for other purposes (67% more inclined) o Ensuring the Western region of the county gets its fair share of resources, as well as specific upgrades that could occur in the region including improvements to the 15, 60, 91 and 215 freeways and highway and local streets and roads (64% more inclined) o Accommodating the strain that projected population growth will put on the County’s transportation system (64% more inclined) • These findings show that RCTC has the opportunity to build the viability of a local ballot measure for transportation improvements by presenting a plan highlighting the specific uses of funds and projects and reminding voters of the long-term need for additional revenue. FM3 remains available to provide further information to RCTC Commissioners and staff. PROTECTING SB 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 25, 2018 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Jillian Guizado, Legislative Affairs Manager THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: State Legislative Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to: 1) Adopt the following positions: a) California Voter Approval for Gas and Vehicle Taxes Initiative (#17-0033) – Oppose b) California Transportation Taxes and Fees Lockbox and Appropriations Limit Exemption Amendment – Support BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At its April 12, 2017 Commission meeting, staff informed the Commission on the passage of and details within SB 1 (Beall), also known as the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, and Assembly Constitutional Amendment (ACA) 5 (Frazier and Newman), which must go to California voters to be ratified. SB 1 provides approximately $5.2 billion annually for transportation improvements across California through the collection of gas and diesel fuel taxes and vehicle registration fees. ACA 5 proposes to lockbox new or increased SB 1 revenues for their intended purpose, transportation, with no possibility of being used for other purposes. ACA 5, the California Transportation Taxes and Fees Lockbox and Appropriations Limit Exemption Amendment, will be voted on by Californians in the Statewide Direct Primary Election on June 5, 2018. Since SB 1 passed, staff has followed its implementation closely and has presented four items to date for Commission approval: SB 1 Program Commission Approval State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Recommendations September 2017 Active Transportation Cycle 3 Augmentation October 2017 Local Partnership Program (LPP) Project Nominations December 2017 Solutions for Congested Corridors Program (SCCP) Project Nomination January 2018 Formula funding to be received from SB 1 in Riverside County this fiscal year is estimated at $63.9 million. In Fiscal Year 2018/19 and subsequent years, formula funding is estimated at $113.6 million. Additionally, over $1 billion in competitive funding is available statewide annually. As the result of SB 1, several Commission and member agency priority projects are beginning to advance, including: Project SB 1-Funded Amount I-15 French Valley Interchange construction (RCTC) $ 32,254,000 (STIP) I-15 Railroad Canyon Road Interchange construction (RCTC) $ 2,920,000 (STIP) I-15 Express Lanes Extension project approval and environmental document (RCTC) $ 50,000,000 (STIP) Avenue 66 Grade Separation and CV Link (CVAG) $ 22,800,000 (STIP) 71/91 Interchange Project approval and environmental document revalidation (RCTC) $ 2,000,000 (LPP) SR-91 HOV/Pachappa Underpass construction (RCTC) $ 4,066,000 (LPP) Temescal Canyon Road Widening construction $ 7,300,000 (LPP) 11 Active Transportation projects (locals) $ 46,270,000 (ATP) 555 Local Streets and Roads projects (locals) $ 31,500,000 (LSR) TOTAL $199,110,000 These projects, with the exception of the Local Streets and Roads projects (due to volume) are depicted in the two following maps. Additional funding is also being sought under SB 1 competitive funding programs: Project SB 1-Funded Amount I-15 Railroad Canyon Road Interchange construction $ 15,000,000 (LPP) 71/91 Interchange Project construction $ 91,000,000 (SCCP) Coachella Valley Special Events Train $ 8,077,521 (TIRCP) 8 potential local Trade Corridor Enhancement projects $ TBD (TCEP) TOTAL $114,077,521 DISCUSSION: At the November 27, 2017 Budget and Implementation Committee meeting, during a presentation on the Commission’s State and Federal Legislative Platform, Commissioners asked staff and legal counsel to research whether the Commission could legally adopt an official position on ballot initiatives and propositions. Legal counsel has since affirmed that it is legal for the Commission to vote to adopt a position on ballot initiatives and propositions at a meeting that is open to the public, and provides citizens an opportunity to express their opposing views. Additionally, the Commission may make its position known to the public as part of informational materials that provide a fair presentation of the facts in a neutral and impartial manner. However, the Commission is prohibited by law from exhorting voters on how they should vote. California Voter Approval for Gas and Vehicle Taxes Initiative (#17-0033) – Staff Recommendation: Oppose The California Voter Approval for Gas and Vehicle Taxes Initiative (Initiative) was filed by Thomas W. Hiltachk, attorney for Reform California, on October 13, 2017. The official ballot title is: “Eliminates recently enacted road repair and transportation funding by repealing revenues dedicated for those purposes. Requires any measure to enact certain vehicle fuel taxes and vehicle fees to be submitted to and approved by the electorate. Initiative constitutional amendment.” The approved summary is: “Repeals a 2017 transportation law’s tax and fee provisions that pay for repairs and improvements to local roads, state highways, and public transportation. Requires the Legislature to submit any measure enacting specified taxes or fees on gas or diesel fuel, or on the privilege to operate a vehicle on public highways, to the electorate for approval.” To date, proponents of the Initiative have collected more than 25 percent of the necessary 585,407 signatures of registered voters and have until May 21, 2018 to gather 100 percent, at which time it would qualify to be placed on the November 6, 2018 General Election ballot. As illustrated in the tables above, SB 1 is providing public agencies throughout California with much-needed funding to build needed transportation projects. Without SB 1 funding, the backlog of necessary transportation projects in Riverside County and the rest of the state will continue on the unsustainable path it has been on for the past two decades. The backlog of projects includes 555 local streets and roads projects submitted in Riverside County for 2018 (see Attachment 2), which accounts for $31.5 million in SB 1 funds. Further, if passed, the Initiative will henceforward require a majority vote of Californians to increase transportation revenues once passed by two-thirds of the California State Legislature. Due to the risk of the Commission, Coachella Valley Association of Governments, and local communities, losing more than $120 million dollars for eight critically important transportation projects, staff is recommending an oppose position on the California Voter Approval for Gas and Vehicle Taxes Initiative. The following principles in the 2018 Legislative Platform adopted by the Commission in December 2017 further support staff’s recommendation: • Protect Our Authority and Revenue – Support efforts to preserve and/or increase funding for transportation. • Accountability – Support efforts to ensure that all projects in a voter-approved tax measure are delivered to the public. • Alignment of Responsibilities – Support efforts by the state and federal governments to improve maintenance and operations of the state highway and interstate systems. • Projects – Support programs and policies that advantage transportation projects in Riverside County. • Funding – Strongly support repayment of loans made to the state general fund from transportation-related accounts. • Funding – Strongly encourage stabilization and restoration of the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) from the deep cuts suffered in 2016 which impacted Riverside County projects. California Transportation Taxes and Fees Lockbox and Appropriations Limit Exemption Amendment – Staff Recommendation: Support The California Transportation Taxes and Fees Lockbox and Appropriations Limit Exemption Amendment (Lockbox Amendment) will be on the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election ballot. The Lockbox Amendment was passed by two-thirds of the California State Legislature and signed by Governor Brown in conjunction with SB 1. By state law, amendments to the California Constitution as proposed by the California State Legislature, must go on a statewide ballot to be ratified or rejected by California voters. Nearly 11 percent of the Commission’s FY 2017/18 funding sources come from the state. With the passage of SB 1, this funding source will increase significantly. It is important that SB 1 funds be protected from seizure to fund other programs and expenses. As such, staff is recommending a support position on the California Transportation Taxes and Fees Lockbox and Appropriations Limit Exemption Amendment, which is consistent with two principles in the 2018 Legislative Platform: • Accountability – Revenue derived from transportation sources should be spent exclusively on transportation projects. Support measures to strengthen the relationship between transportation revenue and expenditures; oppose measures that weaken them. • Funding – Support all efforts to maintain, at the very least, level state/federal funding for transportation programs. Attachments: 1) RCTC Legislative Matrix – January 2018 2) FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION - POSITIONS ON STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATION – JANUARY 2018 Legislation/ Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption AB 1189 (Garcia) Clarifying legislation that allows the Commission to implement a second self- help sales tax, subject to approval of two-thirds of the electorate in a future election. Enrolled and presented to the Governor. (September 13, 2017) SPONSOR 1/26/217 AB 91 (Cervantes) Requires Caltrans to convert existing HOV lanes in Riverside County to operate only during hours of heavy commuter traffic; during all other times the lanes would be open to all vehicles, including those with a single occupant. Ordered to inactive file. (September 15, 2017) OPPOSE Opposition removed 5/30/17 as a result of amendments 3/8/17 AB 351 (Melendez) Proposes to bring truck weight fees back to transportation accounts. Re-referred to Committee on Transportation. (January 4, 2018) SUPPORT 3/8/17 AB 179 (Cervantes) Changes the membership of the California Transportation Commission. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (October 13, 2017) OPPOSE 4/12/2017 AB 408 (Chen) Final offer of compensation in eminent domain cases. Died prior to going to committee pursuant to Joint Rule 62(a). (March 20, 2017) OPPOSE 4/12/2017 AB 697 (Fong) Exempts private ambulances from paying tolls when responding to emergency and urgent calls. Ordered to inactive file. (September 16, 2017) OPPOSE Opposition removed 6/14/2017 as a result of amendments 4/12/2017 SB 132 (Budget and Fiscal Review Committee) Amendment to the Budget Act of 2016. Creates the Riverside County Transportation Efficiency Corridor. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (April 28, 2017) SUPPORT 4/12/2017 ATTACHMENT 1 Legislation/ Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption SB 268 (Mendoza) Changes the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority board of directors governance structure. Re-referred to Assembly Local Government Committee. (September 5, 2017) OPPOSE 5/9/2017 Staff action based on platform AB 1523 (Obernolte) Authorizes the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) to use design-build for local agencies to reconstruct the Mt. Vernon Avenue Viaduct project in San Bernardino. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (July 31, 2017) SUPPORT 5/10/2017 SB 150 (Allen) Requires the state board to update and revise greenhouse gas emission reduction targets while considering vehicle miles traveled (VMT) reductions. Requires the state board to assess current and historic VMT. Requires the state to prepare a report every four years that assesses metropolitan planning organization progress toward meeting metrics. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (October 10, 2017) OPPOSE 5/10/2017 SB 264 (Nguyen) Requires net excess toll revenue from the Orange County Transportation Authority’s (OCTA) Interstate 405 Improvement Project to be allocated to OCTA and project corridor jurisdictions and requires the moneys to be spent on specified transportation improvement projects. Hearing in Transportation and Housing Committee scheduled for April 25; author cancelled hearing. (April 25, 2017) OPPOSE 5/10/2017 SB 477 (Cannella) Allows for the extension of an existing rail corridor to provide intercity rail service beyond the defined boundaries of the corridor, subject to approval by the joint powers authority board and Secretary of Transportation. Held in Assembly Appropriations Committee. (September 1, 2017) SUPPORT 5/10/2017 AB 686 (Santiago) Requires agencies to “affirmatively further fair housing” opportunity with all governmental actions. Amended and re-referred to Senate Transportation and Housing Committee. (July 17, 2017) OPPOSE 6/14/2017 SB 768 (Allen, Wiener) Extends authority to Caltrans and regional transportation agencies to enter into public private partnership agreements for transportation projects. Held in Senate Appropriations Committee. (May 25, 2017) SUPPORT 6/14/2017 H.R. 100 (Brownley) Increases the sub-allocation for local communities under the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBG). Referred to House T&I subcommittee on Highways and Transit. (January 3, 2017) SUPPORT 6/14/2017 Legislation/ Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption AB 115 (Ting); SB 99 (Budget) Trailer bill containing elements that will streamline transportation project delivery. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (June 27, 2017) SUPPORT 6/14/2017 Staff action based on platform AB 805 (Gonzalez Fletcher) Changes the San Diego Association of Governments board of directors governance and voting structure. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (October 11, 2017) OPPOSE 6/15/2017 Staff action based on platform AB 1069 (Low) Requires ten countywide transportation agencies, including the Commission, to regulate taxicabs. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (October 13, 2017) OPPOSE 6/28/2017 Staff action based on platform AB 1282 (Mullin) Requires the California State Transportation Agency Secretary to establish a Transportation Permitting Task Force. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (October 10, 2017) SUPPORT 7/12/2017 AB 135 (Budget) Trailer bill containing elements that allow agencies to request approval for letters of no prejudice to advance spending on SB 1 projects using local funding sources; authorizes the California State Transportation Agency to perform NEPA Assignment on transit, rail, and multimodal projects; and provides flexibility to cities and counties for adopting Local Streets and Roads project lists. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State. (September 16, 2017) SUPPORT 9/13/2017 Staff action based on platform H.R. 1 Amends the Internal Revenue Code to reduce tax rates and modify policies, credits, and deductions for individuals and businesses. Signed by President. (December 22, 2017) SEEK AMENDMENTS 12/13/2017 FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County Source: http://www.rebuildingca.ca.gov/map.html CityName ProjectID ProjName ProjStatus Description Banning FY17/18-5214-PP001 Hargrave Avenue AC Overlay Pre-Construction Hargrave Avenue AC Overlay - Grind and construct 2in asphalt concrete and adjust water valve and sewer manhole covers. Banning FY17/18-5214-PP002 First Street AC Overlay Pre-Construction First Street AC Overlay - Grind and construct 2in AC and adjust water valve and sewer manhole covers. Banning FY17/18-5214-PP003 Second Street AC Overlay Pre-Construction Second Street AC Overlay - Grind and construct 2in AC and adjust water valve and sewer manhole covers. Beaumont FY17/18-5209-PP001 Annual Slurry Seal FY17-18 Pre-Construction Application of crack seal and slurry seal in order to extend the pavement life of existing asphalt concrete streets. Blythe FY17/18-5233-PP001 Barnard Street - Stormwater System Improvement Project Pre-Construction Install 300 feet of underground stormwater storage system; installation of catch basins to capture stormwater from the street; piping to connect to the existing storm drain system; and street reconstruction. Calimesa FY17/18-5460-PP001 County Line Road Corridor Improvements Project Pre-Construction Joint improvement project with the City of Yucaipa to construct improvements on County Line Road from Calimesa Blvd to Bryant St including 4 intersections, sidewalk, ADA ramps, bike lanes, utility relocations and street widening. Canyon Lake FY17/18-5461-PP001 Overlay and Slurry Seal of Railroad Canyon Road Completed Pavement rehabilitation, preservation, re-striping. Canyon Lake FY17/18-5461-PP002 Catch Basin Trash Filters Completed Install trash filters in existing storm drain catch basins Canyon Lake FY17/18-5461-PP003 Speed Feedback Signs Completed Install speed feedback signs along Railroad Canyon Road Cathedral City FY17/18-5430-PP001 Date Palm Drive and Dinah Shore Intersection Reconstruction Pre-Construction Reconstruct pavement approaching and through the intersection using portland cement concrete and asphalt concrete. Upgrade traffic signal to include advanced dilemma detection. Cathedral City FY17/18-5430-PP002 Avenida Ximino Neighborhood Street Reconstruction Pre-Construction Reconstruct pavement on neighborhood streets and provide drainage improvements Cathedral City FY17/18-5430-PP003 Landau Boulevard and McCallum Way Intersection Traffic Signal Construction Pre-Construction Construct new traffic signal at intersection near Mt. San Jacinto High School. Pedestrian fatality in 2015 Cathedral City FY17/18-5430-PP004 Whispering Palms Neighborhood Street Pavement Reconstruction Pre-Construction Asphalt pavement reconstruction on five residential streets Cathedral City FY17/18-5430-PP005 Century Park Neighborhood Street Pavement Rehabilitation Pre-Construction Asphalt pavement reconstruction on 38 residential streets. Cathedral City FY17/18-5430-PP006 La Posada Neighborhood Street Pavement Rehabilitation Pre-Construction Asphalt pavement reconstrucion on ten residential streets Cathedral City FY17/18-5430-PP007 Landau Public Alleyway Reconstruction Pre-Construction Reconstruct alleyway that provides access to residential units. Coachella FY17/18-5294-PP001 Peacock Palms Neighborhood Pavement Reconstruction Construction The existing pavement throughout the neigborhood requires reconstruction Coachella FY17/18-5294-PP002 Van Buren Street Reconstruction Construction The existing pavement requires reconstruction Coachella FY17/18-5294-PP003 Avenue 54 Street Reconstruction Construction The existing pavement requires reconstruction Coachella FY17/18-5294-PP004 Avenida Del Oro Neighborhood Pavement Reconstruction Construction The existing pavement throughout the neigborhood requires reconstruction Corona FY17/18-5104-PP001 2017 Street Pavement Maintenance & Rehabilitation Pre-Construction Grind existing pavement, remove and replace striping, clear and grub, construct Asphalt Concrete leveling course and final Asphalt Concrete Cap for a total 4 miles. The Project will provide a safer and quieter street network system. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP001 52nd Ave Pre-Construction Resurface road 0.38 miles. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.35' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP002 54th Ave Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.41 miles by cold in-place recycling of existing pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP003 Airport Blvd Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.0 mile by cold in-place recycling of existing pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP004 Bautista Rd Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 1.0 mile. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.35' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP005 Borel Rd Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 1.0 mile. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.45' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP006 Cajalco Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.17 miles. Remove 0.2' of existing pavement and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP007 Chiriaco Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 0.13 miles. Remove existing pavement and place 0.5' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP008 Summit Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 0.17 miles. Remove existing pavement and place 0.5' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP009 Dartmouth St Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.7 miles. Remove 0.35' of existing pavement and place 0.2' of hot mix pavement and 0.15' of rubberized hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP010 De Palma Rd Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 1.18 mile. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.40' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP011 Gilman Springs Rd Construction Resurface road 0.19 miles. Remove 0.2' of existing pavement and place 0.20' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP012 Grand Ave Pre-Construction Resurface road 0.38 miles. Overlay existing pavement with 0.17' of rubberized hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP013 Harrison St Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.0 mile. Remove 0.30' of existing pavement and place 0.2' of hot mix pavement and 0.15' of rubberized hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP014 La Sierra Ave #1 Pre-Construction Resurface road 2.4 mile. Remove 0.20' of existing pavement and place 0.2' of hot mix pavement and 0.15' of rubberized hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP015 La Sierra Ave #2 Pre-Construction Resurface road 2.4 mile. Remove 0.20' of existing pavement and place 0.2' of hot mix pavement and 0.15' of rubberized hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP016 Mc Kinley St Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 0.42 miles. Remove existing pavement, mix cement into base to strengthen and place 0.35' of hot mix pavement and 0.15' of rubberized hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP017 Mitchell Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 2.56 miles. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.40' hot mix asphalt pavement. Strengthen base where needed. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP018 Nuevo Group-Macheka Dr Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 0.08 miles. Remove existing pavement, mix cement into base to strengthen and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP019 Nuevo Group-Mirileste Dr Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 0.29 miles. Remove existing pavement, mix cement into base to strengthen and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP020 Nuevo group-Pablo St Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 0.04 miles. Remove existing pavement, mix cement into base to strengthen and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP021 Nuevo Group-Pasito St Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 0.08 miles. Remove existing pavement, mix cement into base to strengthen and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP022 Nuevo Group-Penasco Cir Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 0.27 miles. Remove existing pavement, mix cement into base to strengthen and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP023 Nuevo Group-Porter St Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 0.37 miles. Remove existing pavement, mix cement into base to strengthen and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP024 Nuevo Group-Via Santana Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 0.37 miles. Remove existing pavement, mix cement into base to strengthen and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP025 Park Ln Pre-Construction Resurface road 0.4 mile. Remove existing pavement and place 0.35' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP026 Parsons Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.0 mile. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.35' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP027 Polk St Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.0 mile. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.50' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP028 Ramona Expy Pre-Construction Resurface road 4.0 miles. Place 0.15' of rubberized hot mix pavement. + 1.24 miles. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.35' hot mix asphalt pavement and 0.15' of rubberized hot mix pavement.. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP029 Ranco California Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.0 mile. Overlay existing pavement with 0.15' of rubberized hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP030 Robert Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 0.24 miles. Remove and replace 0.35' of hot mix pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP031 Thousand Palms Canyon Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 4.2 miles. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.50' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP032 Tyler St Pre-Construction Resurface road 1.0 mile by cold in-place recycling of existing pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP033 Varner Rd Pre-Construction Resurface road 0.42 miles. Remove 0.20' of existing pavement and place 0.25' of hot mix pavement County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP034 Village Center Dr Pre-Construction Resurface road 0.26 miles. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.35' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP035 Whittier Ave Pre-Construction Resurface road 2.35 miles. Pulverize existing asphalt, incorporte into base and overlay with 0.35' hot mix asphalt pavement. County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP036 Wood Rd Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 1.0 mile. Remove existing pavement and place 0.45' of hot mix pavement County of Riverside FY17/18-5956-PP037 Yale St Pre-Construction Reconstruct road 1.46 miles. Remove existing pavement, place 0.20' of hot mix pavement and 0.15' of rubberized hot mix pavement. Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP001 Hacienda Ave - Grind and Overlay Pre-Construction Road resurfacing project and new bikelane striping project. Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP002 Mission Lakes Blvd - Grind and Overlay Pre-Construction Road resurfacing project and new bikelane striping project. Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP003 Indian Canyon Dr - Mission Lakes Blvd - Grind and Overlay Pre-Construction Road resurfacing project and new bikelane striping project. Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP004 Palm Dr - Grind and Overlay Pre-Construction Road resurfacing project and new bikelane striping project. Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP005 North Indian Canyon Road and Infrastructure Pre-Construction Road rehabilitation and road widewning project Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP006 17-18 - Crack Seal and Slurry Project Pre-Construction Roah Rehabilittaion, including crack seal, slurry seal, striping and signage. Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP007 Palm Dr Bicycle Pedestrian Improvement Project - ATP Cycle 3 Pre-Construction Enhancing pedestrian and bike safety on Palm Drive between Camino Aventura and Two Bunch Palms Trail by adding sidewalks, widening bike lanes, reducing vehicle lanes, adding ADA access, adding bus warning lights and signs, adding street lights, and adding a pedestrian safety median. Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP008 Mission Lakes Walking Path - Sidewalk Improvements - CDBG 17-18 Pre-Construction Installation of new ADA ramps, sidewalks, and walking path along Mission Lakes and connecting to Veterans Park. Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP009 Jefferson St I-10 Interchange Construction Replacement of Bridge at Jeferson St - I-10 Interchange. This is a regional project that requires local matching funds from City of Desert Hot Springs ATTACHMENT 2 FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County Source: http://www.rebuildingca.ca.gov/map.html Desert Hot Springs FY17/18-5384-PP010 Safe Routes To School Cycle 3 Pre-Construction Installtion of new ADA ramps, sidewalks, curbs and gutter Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP097 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP098 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. 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FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County Source: http://www.rebuildingca.ca.gov/map.html Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP043 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP044 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP045 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP046 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. 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FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County Source: http://www.rebuildingca.ca.gov/map.html Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP146 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP147 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP148 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP149 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. 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FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County Source: http://www.rebuildingca.ca.gov/map.html Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP219 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP220 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP221 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP222 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. 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Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP283 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP284 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP285 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Eastvale FY17/18-5486-PP286 2017 Residential Slurry Seal Project Construction Slurry seal operation including crack sealing, pavement preparation and traffic stiping on various streets. Hemet FY17/18-5186-PP001 Florida Avenue EVP Hardware Project Pre-Construction A hardware purchase only project to solicit bids for emergency vehicle preemption equipment compatible with the City's system. Hemet FY17/18-5186-PP002 Pavement Management Program Phase 1 Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry seal. Hemet FY17/18-5186-PP003 Pavement Management Program Phase 2 Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry seal. Indian Wells FY17/18-5401-PP001 Cook Street Rehabilitation Pre-Construction Reconstruction of Cook Street (south) to include rubberized asphalt, raod diet (through re-striping), and bike lanes Indian Wells FY17/18-5401-PP002 Miles Street Overlay Pre-Construction Overlay of Miles Avenue to include rubberized asphalt, road diet (through re-striping), and bike lanes FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County Source: http://www.rebuildingca.ca.gov/map.html Indio FY17/18-5275-PP001 Hwy. 111 Improvements (Madison St to Rubidoux St)Construction Highway 111 improvements will include widening Highway 111 from four lanes to six lanes including pavement reconstruction, intersection improvements, and upgraded traffic signals at all intersections between Madison Street and Rubidoux Street. The improvements will upgrade all existing sidewalks and driveways to current ADA standards and add sidewalk to the bus stops near the intersection of Madison Street and Highway 111. Jurupa Valley FY17/18-5487-PP001 Riverside Drive Pavement Rehabilitation Construction Rehabilitation, reconstruction and widening of the existing roadway. Jurupa Valley FY17/18-5487-PP002 Jurupa Valley High School Safe Routes to School Pre-Construction Provides curb, gutter, sidewalk and dirt trails along with LED crosswalk flashers at the Martin/Bellegrave intersection and curb bump outs at the Martin St intersections. Jurupa Valley FY17/18-5487-PP003 Annual Pavement Maintenance Pre-Construction Slurry/Crack seal Jurupa Valley FY17/18-5487-PP004 Pavement Management Program Pre-Construction Complete a pavement management program for the first time since incorporation Jurupa Valley FY17/18-5487-PP005 Wallace St Pavement Rehabilitation Construction Rehabilitation of failed AC pavement La Quinta FY17/18-5433-PP001 La Quinta Village Complete Streets - A Road Diet Project Pre-Construction The proposed improvements will convert the La Quinta Village into a bicycle and pedestrian friendly, complete streets atmosphere Lake Elsinore FY17/18-5074-PP001 Graham Ave Pavement Rehabilitation between Lakeshore and Langstaff Pre-Construction 2in Grind and overlay Lake Elsinore FY17/18-5074-PP002 Graham Ave Pavement Rehabilitation between Langstaff and Main Street Pre-Construction 2in Grind and overlay Lake Elsinore FY17/18-5074-PP003 Graham Ave Pavement Rehabilitation Between Main Street and Heald Ave.Pre-Construction Type II Slurry Seal Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP001 Rustler's Ranch Phase 1 Pre-Construction repave/resurface 2.2 miles of neighborhood streets in severe condition Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP002 Rustler's Ranch Phase 2 Pre-Construction repave/resurface 2.4 miles of neighborhood streets in severe condition Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP003 Murrieta Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction repave/resurface 3.0 miles of local arterial road. Restripe bike/Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) lanes. Install additional signs. Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP004 Briggs Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction repave 1.0 miles of local major road. Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP005 Watson Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction reconstruct 0.4 miles of industrial collector road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP006 Sherman Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction reconstruct 0.35 miles of major road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP007 Goetz Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction resurface 2.7 miles of major road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP008 Menifee Lakes Community Resurfacing Pre-Construction resurface 1.0 miles of major road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP009 Garbani Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction resurface 1.0 miles of major road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP010 Palomar Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction resurface 1.0 miles of major road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP011 Mapes Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction repave/resurface 2.2 miles of local rural road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP012 Ethanac Road resurfacing Pre-Construction reconstruct 0.8 miles of local major road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP013 Cherry Hills Blvd. Resurfacing Pre-Construction repave 1.02 miles of local major road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP014 Rouse Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction repave 0.70 miles of local major road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP015 Menifee Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction repave 0.30 miles of local arterial road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP016 Menifee Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction repave 0.60 miles of local arterial road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP017 Menifee Road Resurfacing Pre-Construction repave 0.62 miles of local arterial road Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP018 Anelope Road / Sunstream Road safety medians Pre-Construction install concrete raised medians and signs Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP019 Newport Road saftey medians Pre-Construction install concrete raised medians and signs Menifee FY17/18-5483-PP020 Goetz Road Guardrail Pre-Construction Install 164 feet of guardrail, widened shoulder, install drainage improvements Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP016 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP017 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP018 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP019 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP020 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP021 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP022 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP023 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP024 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP025 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP026 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP027 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP028 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal 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Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP057 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP058 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP059 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP060 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP061 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP062 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP063 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP064 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP065 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP066 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP067 Citywide Slurry Seal Project 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Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP090 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP091 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP092 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP093 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP094 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP095 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP096 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP097 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP098 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP099 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP100 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP101 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP102 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP103 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP104 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Moreno Valley FY17/18-5441-PP105 Citywide Slurry Seal Project Pre-Construction Slurry Seal Murrieta FY17/18-5464-PP001 Murrieta Pavement Resurfacting Asphalt Overlay Project Pre-Construction Rehabilitation of existing asphalt concrete roadways and asphalt concrete overlay Murrieta FY17/18-5464-PP002 Murrieta Pavement Resurfacting Asphalt Overlay Project Pre-Construction Rehabilitation of existing asphalt concrete roadways and asphalt concrete overlay Norco FY17/18-5394-PP001 River Rd Street Improvement Project Pre-Construction Street grind and overlay project on River Road between Main Street and Corydon Avenue. Norco has half street maintenance requirements for a portion of River Road and this project will be conducted jointly with the City of Corona as the Lead Agency Norco FY17/18-5394-PP002 Second St Widening and Dual Right Turn Lanes onto I-15 FWY Pre-Construction Street widening and improvement project on Second Street (between Hamner Avenue and I-15 Freeway) to add dual right turn lanes onto the I-15 southbound Freeway Norco FY17/18-5394-PP003 Sixth St Widening and Dual Right Turn Lanes onto I-15 FWY Pre-Construction Street widening and improvement project on Sixth Street (between Hamner Avenue and I-15 Freeway) to add dual right turn lanes onto the I-15 southbound Freeway Palm Desert FY17/18-5414-PP001 Monterey Avenue Repaving - Whitewater Channel to Hovley Lane West Pre-Construction Repave 3/4 mile of road using the full depth reclamation street resurfacing. Palm Springs FY17/18-5282-PP001 2017 Annual Slurry Seal Pre-Construction Annual Slurry Seal Perris FY17/18-5198-PP001 A Street Pavement Rehab Pre-Construction Repave existing 1.25 miles of roadway FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County Source: http://www.rebuildingca.ca.gov/map.html Perris FY17/18-5198-PP002 Perris Boulevard Pavement Rehab Pre-Construction Repave existing 2.00 miles of roadway Perris FY17/18-5198-PP003 Ramona Expressway Pavement Rehab Pre-Construction Repave existing 4.25 miles of roadway Perris FY17/18-5198-PP004 Wilkerson Avenue Pavement Rehab Pre-Construction Repave existing 0.33 miles of roadway Perris FY17/18-5198-PP005 Mountain Avenue Pavement Rehab Pre-Construction Repave existing 0.75 miles of roadway Perris FY17/18-5198-PP006 G Street Pavement Rehab Pre-Construction Repave existing 0.50 miles of roadway Perris FY17/18-5198-PP007 Goetz Road Pavement Rehab Pre-Construction Repave existing 1.25 miles of roadway Rancho Mirage FY17/18-5412-PP001 Dinah Shore Drive Pavement Rehabilitation Pre-Construction This project will include a full rehabilitation of existing pavement on the westbound #1 lane of a 3/4-mile segment of Dinah Shore Drive that was recently annexed into the City of Rancho Mirage. The existing pavement has deteriorated over numerous years without the necessary maintenance, which has resulted in severe alligator cracking over the entire length and a Pavement Condition Index of 41 - the lowest in the City of Rancho Mirage. The City plans to utilize the cold in-place recycling method for existing asphalt pavement in order to reduce costs. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP001 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP002 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP003 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP004 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP005 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP006 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP007 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP008 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP009 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP010 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP011 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP012 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP013 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP014 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP015 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP016 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP017 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP018 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP019 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP020 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP021 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP022 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Road Maintenance and Rehabiliation project will consist of resurfacing 0.39 miles of arterial and 3.68 miles of residential streets to provide a safer and quieter street network system. Existing concrete sidewalk, curb/gutter, and driveways will be rehabilitated to eliminate tripping hazards and pedestrian ramps will be improved to the current ADA standards. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP023 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Traffic Signal Installation project (Mission Inn Avenue at Pine Street) would signalize the intersection of Mission Inn Avenue at Pine Street. As part of the project, the intersection would include crosswalks and dedicated left-turn lane on Mission Inn Avenue to improve safety and reduce delay to Pine Street. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP024 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Pedestrian HAWK Signal Installation project (Arlington Avenue at Arlington Regional Learning Center, east of Murray St) would construct a pedestrian HAWK signal directly in front of the Arlington Regional Learning Center so students can access the RTA bus stop on the southerly side of Arlington Avenue. The project would install a crosswalk, pedestrian ramps, and pedestrian indications to safeguard pedestrian crossings. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP025 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Alley Improvements project would grade and pave the 20-ft alley as indicated. The project would include one-way, Do Not Enter, and Wrong Way signs to convert the alley to one-way in the eastbound direction. The project would also provide pavement delineation to encourage separation between pedestrians and motorists. Riverside FY17/18-5058-PP026 2017-2018 SB-1 Maintenance and Traffic Improvements Pre-Construction The Concrete Pad project (on westerly side of Franklin Avenue just south of Sixth Street for Longfellow Elementary School) would grade and install a concrete pad measuring approximately 60'x10' on the westerly side of Franklin Avenue just south of Sixth Street to facilitate drop offs and pick-ups at Longfellow Elementary. San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP001 DeAnza Road Improvements Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP002 Old Mountain Road Reconstruction Pre-Construction Full replacement; reconstruction San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP003 Hewitt Street Improvements Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP004 Cottonwood Avenue Improvements #1 Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP005 Cottonwood Avenue Improvements #2 Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP006 State Street Improvements Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP007 Sanderson Avenue Improvements Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP008 Ramona Boulevard Improvements #1 Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP009 Ramona Boulevard Improvements #2 Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement San Jacinto FY17/18-5075-PP010 Ramona Boulevard Improvements #3 Pre-Construction Grind and overlay/Replacement Temecula FY17/18-5459-PP001 Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Rancho California Road Pre-Construction Rehabilitatate the pavement FY 2017/18 Local Streets and Roads Projects in Riverside County Source: http://www.rebuildingca.ca.gov/map.html Temecula FY17/18-5459-PP002 Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Winchester Road Pre-Construction Rehabilitatate the pavement Temecula FY17/18-5459-PP003 Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Ynez Road Pre-Construction Rehabilitatate the pavement Temecula FY17/18-5459-PP004 Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Equity Drive and County Center Drive Loop Pre-Construction Rehabilitatate the pavement Wildomar FY17/18-5484-PP001 Clinton Keith Road Rehabilitation and Repair Pre-Construction Remove rectangular areas of failed pavement sections and replace with new asphalt. Wildomar FY17/18-5484-PP002 Bundy Canyon Road Rehabilitation and Repair Pre-Construction Remove rectangular areas of failed pavement sections and replace with new asphalt. Wildomar FY17/18-5484-PP003 Grand Avenue Rehabilitation and Repair Pre-Construction Remove rectangular areas of failed pavement sections and replace with new asphalt. Wildomar FY17/18-5484-PP004 Lemon Street AC Overlay Pre-Construction Place a thin asphalt section over existing pavement. Wildomar FY17/18-5484-PP005 Inland Valley AC Overlay Pre-Construction Place a thin asphalt section over existing pavement. Wildomar FY17/18-5484-PP006 PCI Update Pre-Construction Pavement Management Report. Inventory streets citywide, determine pavement condition index, prepare 5 year pavement maintenance strategy. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION www.rctc.org MEETING AGENDA *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda 9:45 a.m. Friday, January 26, 2018 HYATT REGENCY INDIAN WELLS RESORT AND SPA 44600 Indian Wells Lane Indian Wells, CA In compliance with the Brown Act and Government Code Section 54957.5, agenda materials distributed 72 hours prior to the meeting, which are public records relating to open session agenda items, will be available for inspection by members of the public prior to the meeting at the Commission office, 4080 Lemon Street, Third Floor, Riverside, CA, and on the Commission’s website, www.rctc.org. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Government Code Section 54954.2, if special assistance is needed to participate in a Commission meeting, please contact the Clerk of the Board 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. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ROLL CALL 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS – Each individual speaker is limited to speak three (3) continuous minutes or less. The Commission may, either at the direction of the Chair or by majority vote of the Commission, waive this three minute time limitation. Depending on the number of items on the Agenda and the number of speakers, the Chair may, at his/her discretion, reduce the time of each speaker to two (2) continuous minutes. In addition, the maximum time for public comment for any individual item or topic is thirty (30) minutes. Also, the Commission may terminate public comments if such comments become repetitious. Speakers may not yield their time to others without the consent of the Chair. Any written documents to be distributed or presented to the Commission shall be submitted to the Clerk of the Board. This policy applies to Public Comments and comments on Agenda Items. Under the Brown Act, the Commission should not take action on or discuss matters raised during public comment portion of the agenda that are not listed on the agenda. Commission members may refer such matters to staff for factual information or to be placed on the subsequent agenda for consideration. Riverside County Transportation Commission Agenda January 26, 2018 Page 2 5. ADDITIONS / REVISIONS – The Commission may add an item to the Agenda after making a finding that there is a need to take immediate action on the item and that the item came to the attention of the Commission subsequent to the posting of the agenda. An action adding an item to the agenda requires 2/3 vote of the Commission. If there are less than 2/3 of the Commission members present, adding an item to the agenda requires a unanimous vote. Added items will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda. 6. FISCAL YEAR 2017/18 STATE OF GOOD REPAIR PROGRAM Overview This item is for the Commission to: 1) Allocate $3,696,930 of Fiscal Year 2017/18 State of Good Repair (SGR) program funds to eligible Riverside County Operators; 2) Provide the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) with an annual list of eligible capital projects proposed to be funded with SGR funds made available to the region per Public Utilities Code (PUC) 99313 and to the operators per PUC 99314; 3) Authorize the Executive Director, or her designee, to submit project nominations to Caltrans and execute the Recipient Certifications and Assurances and other required documents for the SGR program; and 4) Approve Resolution No. 18-001, “Authorization for the Execution of the Certifications and Assurances for the California State of Good Repair Program”. 7. CLOSED SESSION 7A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL: EXISTING LITIGATION Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9 (d)(1) Case No(s). RIC 1505449, 1756080, and RIC 1607468 8. COMMISSIONERS / EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT Overview This item provides the opportunity for the Commissioners and the Executive Director to report on attended meetings/conferences and any other items related to Commission activities. 9. ADJOURNMENT AGENDA ITEM 6 Agenda Item 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 26, 2018 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Josefina Clemente, Transit Program Manager THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: Fiscal Year 2017/18 State of Good Repair Program STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to: 1) Allocate $3,696,930 of Fiscal Year 2017/18 State of Good Repair (SGR) program funds to eligible Riverside County Operators; 2) Provide the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) with an annual list of eligible capital projects proposed to be funded with SGR funds made available to the region per Public Utilities Code (PUC) 99313 and to the operators per PUC 99314; 3) Authorize the Executive Director, or her designee, to submit project nominations to Caltrans and execute the Recipient Certifications and Assurances and other required documents for the SGR program; and 4) Approve Resolution No. 18-001, “Authorization for the Execution of the Certifications and Assurances for the California State of Good Repair Program”. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Road and Repair Accountability Act of 2017, Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) was signed into law in April 2017. SB 1 established a new SGR program to be administered by Caltrans. The program is funded from a portion of the new Transportation Improvement Fee on vehicle registrations and will provide approximately $105 million annually to transit operators in California for eligible transit maintenance, rehabilitation, and capital projects. The SGR program is one of the two programs that allocates SB 1 funds to transit agencies through the State Transit Assistance (STA) Program formula, which apportions 50 percent of SGR funds by population (PUC 99313) and 50 percent according to transit operator revenues (PUC 99314). For FY 2017/18, total SGR funds available to the Riverside County region approximate $3,696,930. Of this amount, $3,167,755 will be available under PUC 99313 and additional funding of $529,175 will be available directly to the county’s transit operators. Table 1 below shows the distribution of PUC 99313 funds by apportionment area in Riverside County. Agenda Item 6 As the Regional Transportation Planning Agency for Riverside County, the Commission has the following responsibilities: • Receive and allocate SGR funds to transit operators based on local needs (PUC 99313) and based on formula amounts published by the State Controller’s Office (PUC 99314); • Provide Caltrans with an annual list of projects proposed to be funded by SGR funds and ensure funds are expended on SGR-eligible activities; and • Comply with all relevant federal and state laws, regulations, and policies for funding. To receive funding for FY 2017/18, the Commission is required by January 31, 2018, to submit to Caltrans a signed and dated Board Resolution authorizing the list of projects to be funded under the SGR program. Failure to submit the project list by this deadline will result in the loss of SGR revenue to transit operators. Prior to receiving the first SGR allocation, each recipient must submit a signed Authorized Agent form (Attachment 2) along with an approved Recipient Certifications and Assurances (Attachment 3). Submission of these documents is a one-time requirement; however, should recipients undergo a change in the approved authorized agents, an amended Authorized Agent form needs to be resubmitted. Based on project submittals and coordination with the transit operators concerning the availability of funds, Commission staff is recommending the following projects for FY 2017/18 SGR allocations. SGR FY 2017/18 Funds per PUC Section 99313 = $3,167,755 Apportionment Area Population Percentage Apportionment Share based on Population Western Riverside 1,868,306 79.58%$2,520,771 Coachella Valley 454,097 19.34%612,680 Palo Verde Valley 25,425 1.08%34,304 Total Region 2,347,828 100.00%$3,167,755 Population Source: California Department of Finance, Demographic Research Unit (1/1/16) Table 1: FY 2017/18 SGR Population Share by Apportionment Area Agenda Item 6 Staff recommends approval of Board Resolution No. 18-001 and the SGR Operator project listing as presented in Table 2, to be submitted to Caltrans by the January 31, 2018 deadline. Per SGR FY 2017/18 program guidelines, the State Controller’s Office is scheduled to allocate the SGR FY 2017/18 funds in May 2018 but possibly later. Due to uncertain timing when FY 2017/18 actual revenues will be disbursed to the Commission, funds received for the SGR program will be available to transit operators for programming in their FY 2018/19 Short Range Transit Plans and included in the Commission’s FY 2018/19 budget. Agency PUC 99313 PUC 99314 Total SGR Allocation Proposed Project Description City of Banning 35,982$ 2,325$ 38,307$ Extend useful life of City of Banning's fleet, which will enhance state of good repair more expeditiously than replacing the vehicles. Replacement of fleet is not financially feasible in the next two years. City of Beaumont 47,385 19,093 66,478 Modernize City of Beaumont's vehicle maintenance facility by installing a metal structure to replace existing unreinforced masonry carports. City of Corona 93,198 4,841 98,039 Procure a maintenance oversight inspection service to monitor and verify that buses are properly and timely maintained to maximize vehicle service life, minimize mechanical breakdowns and reduce costly repairs. SGR funds will also be used to partially cover the cost of an ADA accessible van. City of Riverside 92,805 3,989 96,794 Replace the old video systems in each of the city's fleet of 35 minibuses which have been regularly repaired and have become unreliable. The new systems will have the capability to download stored video content wirelessly onto a dedicated server for easier access and storage. RTA 1,696,831 159,264 1,856,095 Upgrade existing facility & fuel station including but not limited to: ADA upgrades, fuel station upgrades, security enhancements and enhanced maintenance facilities and equipment as needed. Current facility has exceeded its useful life. RCTC Rail 554,570 197,514 752,084 Rehabilitate, reconstruct or replace Metrolink structures, tracks, trackbed, signals, stations, platforms, communication systems, signage, equipment, systems and rolling stock to ensure state of good repair. Coachella Valley 612,680 140,943 753,623 Funds will be used for Preventative Maintenance to prolong service life of SunLine’s fleet. Funds will also be used to repair aged roof of the agency’s Thousand Palms and Indio maintenance bays, and also to purchase maintenance equipment and shop tools. Palo Verde Valley 34,304 1,206 35,510 Install a pre-engineered metal shade at the agency's operating facility to provide parking and work area for buses being repaired. Shade will have modern lighting and allow mechanics to work on alternative fuel vehicles with shop lifts. The structure will also serve as parking area for future EV vehicles. Grand Total 3,167,755$ 529,175$ 3,696,930$ Table 2: Recommended FY 2017/18 SGR Allocations and Proposed Project List by Agency Agenda Item 6 Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: N/A Year: FY 2018/19+ Amount: $3,696,930 Source of Funds: SB1 State of Good Repair Program Budget Adjustment: N/A GLA No.: 242 62 86102 Transit Capital Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 01/11/2018 Attachments: 1) Resolution No. 18-001 2) Authorized Agent Form 3) Recipient Certifications and Assurances RESOLUTION NO. 18-001 AUTHORIZATION FOR THE EXECUTION OF THE CERTIFICATIONS AND ASSURANCES FOR THE CALIFORNIA STATE OF GOOD REPAIR PROGRAM WHEREAS, the Riverside County Transportation Commission (“Commission”) is an eligible project sponsor and may receive State Transit Assistance funding from the State of Good Repair Account (SGR) now or sometime in the future for transit projects; and WHEREAS, the statutes related to state-funded transit projects require a local or regional implementing agency to abide by various regulations; and WHEREAS, Senate Bill 1 (2017) named the Department of Transportation (Department) as the administrative agency for the SGR; and WHEREAS, the Department has developed guidelines for the purpose of administering and distributing SGR funds to eligible project sponsors (local agencies); and WHEREAS, the Commission wishes to delegate authorization to execute these documents and any amendments thereto to its Executive Director. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Board of the Commission that the fund recipient agrees to comply with all conditions and requirements set forth in the Certification and Assurances document and applicable statutes, regulations and guidelines for all SGR funded transit projects. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Executive Director be authorized to execute, following Commission legal counsel review, all required documents of the SGR program and any Amendments thereto with the California Department of Transportation. APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 26th day of January, 2018. _____________________________________ Dana W. Reed, Chair Riverside County Transportation Commission ATTEST: _________________________________ Tara Byerly, Deputy Clerk of the Board Riverside County Transportation Commission ATTACHMENT 1 ATTACHMENT 2 STATE OF CALIFORNIA • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Division of Rail and Mass Transportation State Transit Assistance State of Good Repair Program Authorized Agent Form Authorized Agent The following individual(s) are hereby authorized to execute for and on behalf of the named Regional Entity/Transit Operator, and to take any actions necessary for the purpose of obtaining State Transit Assistance State of Good Repair funds provided by the California Department of Transportation, Division of Rail and Mass Transportation. This form is valid at the beginning of Fiscal Year 2017-2018 until the end of the State of Good Repair Program. If there is a change in the authorized agent, the project sponsor must submit a new form. This form is required even when the authorized agent is the executive authority himself. __________________________________________________________________ OR (Name and Title of Authorized Agent) __________________________________________________________________ OR (Name and Title of Authorized Agent) __________________________________________________________________ . (Name and Title of Authorized Agent) AS THE __________________________________________________ (Chief Executive Officer / Director / President / Secretary) OF THE __________________________________________________ (Name of County/City Organization) ______________________________________________________________ _________________________________________ (Print Name) (Title) __________________________________________ (Signature) Approved this ______________day of _________________, 20_____ State of Good Repair ATTACHMENT 3 Page 1 State Transit Assistance State of Good Repair Program Recipient Certifications and Assurances Recipient: Riverside County Transportation Commission Effective Date: ____________________________ In order to receive State of Good Repair Program (SGR) funds from the California Department of Transportation (Department), recipients must agree to following terms and conditions: A. General (1) The recipient agrees to abide by the State of Good Repair Guidelines as may be updated from time to time. (2) The potential recipient must submit to the Department a State of Good Repair Program Project List annually, listing all projects proposed to be funded by the SGR program. The project list should include the estimated SGR share assigned to each project along with the total estimated cost of each project.. (3) The recipient must submit a signed Authorized Agent form designating the representative who can submit documents on behalf of the recipient and a copy of the board resolution authorizing the agent. B. Project Administration (1) The recipient certifies that required environmental documentation will be completed prior to expending SGR funds. The recipient assures that each project approved for SGR funding comply with Public Resources Code § 21100 and § 21150. (2) The recipient certifies that SGR funds will be used for transit purposes and SGR funded projects will be completed and remain in operation for the estimated useful lives of the assets or improvements. (3) The recipient certifies that it has the legal, financial, and technical capacity to deliver the projects, including the safety and security aspects of each project. (4) The recipient certifies that there is no pending litigation, dispute, or negative audit findings related to any SGR project at the time an SGR project is submitted in the annual list. ATTACHMENT 3 Page 2 (5) Recipient agrees to notify the Department immediately if litigation is filed or disputes arise after submission of the annual project list and to notify the Department of any negative audit findings related to any project using SGR funds. (6) The recipient must maintain satisfactory continuing control over the use of project equipment and/or facilities and will adequately maintain project equipment and/or facilities for the estimated useful life of each project. (7) Any and all interest the recipient earns on SGR funds must be reported to the Department and may only be used on approved SGR projects or returned to the Department. (8) The recipient must notify the Department of any proposed changes to an approved project list by submitting an amended project list. (9) Funds will be expended in a timely manner. C. Reporting (1) Per Public Utilities Code § 99312.1 (e) and (f), the recipient must submit the following SGR reports: a. Annual Expenditure Reports within six months of the close of the fiscal year (by December 31st) of each year. b. The annual audit required under the Transportation Development Act (TDA), to verify receipt and appropriate expenditure of SGR funds. A copy of the audit report must be submitted to the Department within six months of the close of each fiscal year in which SGR funds have been received or expended. D. Cost Principles (1) The recipient agrees to comply with Title 2 of the Code of Federal Regulations Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State and Local Governments. (2) The recipient agrees, and will assure that its contractors and subcontractors will be obligated to agree, that (a) Contract Cost Principles and Procedures, 48 CFR, Federal Acquisition Regulations System, Chapter 1, Part 31, et seq., shall be used to determine the allowability of individual project cost items and (b) those parties shall comply with Federal administrative procedures in accordance with 2 CFR, Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State and Local Governments. ATTACHMENT 3 Page 3 (3) Any project cost for which the recipient has received payment that are determined by subsequent audit to be unallowable under 2 CFR, Part 200, are subject to repayment by the recipient to the State of California (State). Should the recipient fail to reimburse moneys due to the State within thirty (30) days of demand, or within such other period as may be agreed in writing between the Parties hereto, the State is authorized to intercept and withhold future payments due the recipient from the State or any third-party source, including but not limited to, the State Treasurer and the State Controller. E. Record Retention (1) The recipient agrees, and will assure that its contractors and subcontractors shall establish and maintain an accounting system and records that properly accumulate and segregate incurred project costs and matching funds by line item for the project. The accounting system of the recipient, its contractors and all subcontractors shall conform to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), enable the determination of incurred costs at interim points of completion, and provide support for reimbursement payment vouchers or invoices. All accounting records and other supporting papers of the recipient, its contractors and subcontractors connected with SGR funding shall be maintained for a minimum of three (3) years from the date of final payment and shall be held open to inspection, copying, and audit by representatives of the State and the California State Auditor. Copies thereof will be furnished by the recipient, its contractors, and subcontractors upon receipt of any request made by the State or its agents. In conducting an audit of the costs claimed, the State will rely to the maximum extent possible on any prior audit of the recipient pursuant to the provisions of federal and State law. In the absence of such an audit, any acceptable audit work performed by the recipient’s external and internal auditors may be relied upon and used by the State when planning and conducting additional audits. (2) For the purpose of determining compliance with Title 21, California Code of Regulations, Section 2500 et seq., when applicable, and other matters connected with the performance of the recipient’s contracts with third parties pursuant to Government Code § 8546.7, the recipient, its contractors and subcontractors and the Department shall each maintain and make available for inspection all books, documents, papers, accounting records, and other evidence pertaining to the performance of such contracts, including, but not limited to, the costs of administering those various contracts. All of the above referenced parties shall make such materials available at their respective offices at all reasonable times during the entire project period and for three (3) years from the date of final payment. The State, the California State Auditor, or any duly authorized representative of the State, shall each have access to any books, records, and documents that are pertinent to a project for audits, examinations, excerpts, and transactions, and the recipient shall furnish copies thereof if requested. ATTACHMENT 3 Page 4 (3) The recipient, its contractors and subcontractors will permit access to all records of employment, employment advertisements, employment application forms, and other pertinent data and records by the State Fair Employment Practices and Housing Commission, or any other agency of the State of California designated by the State, for the purpose of any investigation to ascertain compliance with this document. F. Special Situations (1) Recipient acknowledges that if a project list is not submitted timely, the recipient forfeits its apportionment for that fiscal year. (2) Recipients with delinquent expenditure reports may risk future eligibility for future SGR funding. (3) Recipient acknowledges that the Department shall have the right to perform an audit and/or request detailed project information of the recipient’s SGR funded projects at the Department’s discretion from SGR award through 3 years after the completion and final billing of any SGR funded project.. Recipient agrees to provide any requested project information. I certify all of these conditions will be met. AGENCY NAME BY: AUTHORIZING OFFICER, Title Unit/Department RCTC A LOOK AHEAD DECEMBER 2017 Adopted SB 1 Local Partnership Project Competitive funding recommendations DECEMBER 2017 Broke ground on I-15 Express Lanes Project DECEMBER 2017 Submitted STIP Projects to CTC CTC adopted submissions for SB 1 Local Streets and Roads Program DECEMBER 2017 Refinanced $410 million of sales tax debt to save $52 million through 2039 JANUARY 2018 Adopted recommendations for SB 1 Solutions for Congested Corridors Program (71/91 Interchange) JANUARY 2018 Submitted application for SB 1 Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (Event trains for Coachella Valley) JANUARY 2018 Start of construction and horse trail detour in Norco for I-15 Express Lanes Project JANUARY 2018 Launch of RTA’s Routes 200 and 205 Express Bus Service JANUARY 2018 Adoption of Resolution for State Transit Assistance –SB 1 State of Good Repair Funds FEBRUARY 2018 Presentation to RCTC Board on: 91 Express Lanes Traffic Monitoring and Data FEBRUARY 2018 Two community Open House meetings for I-15 Express Lanes Project Start of advance construction on sound walls for I-15 Express Lanes Project FEBRUARY 2018 Groundbreaking for Portrero Interchange Project FEBRUARY 2018 CV Link Ribbon Cutting MARCH 2018 First year anniversary for opening of 91 Express Lanes in Corona MARCH 2018 Circulation of Environmental Document for Santa River Trail Project MARCH 2018 Adoption of recommendations for Measure A funding of paratransit service for seniors and persons with disabilities MARCH 2018 CTC adoption of STIP program MARCH 2018 Meeting of RCTC Citizen’s Advisory Committee Meeting of State Route 91 Express Lanes Advisory Committee MARCH 2018 Update presentation to RCTC Board on logistics and truck study APRIL 2018 Release of CTC recommendations for SB 1 Local Partnership Program and Solutions for Congested Corridors Program APRIL 2018 Implementation of IE Commuter Cell Phone Application APRIL 2018 Submission of Short Range Transit Plans from Riverside County Transit Operators MAY 2018 Signatures due for SB 1 repeal effort MAY 2018 Presentation of Draft RCTC Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/19 JUNE 2018 Beginning of construction in freeway median for I-15 Express Lanes Project JUNE 2018 Election Day –ACA 5 RCTC Board approval of Metrolink’s Fiscal Year 2018/19 Budget JUNE 2018 Approval of RCTC’s Fiscal Year 2018/19 Budget JUNE 2018 Approval of Short Range Transit Plans JULY 2018 Adoption of State Route 91 Corridor Implementation Plan JULY 2018 Launch of new RCTC VanPool Program JULY 2018 Approval of Transit funding allocations July 2018 Approval of local jurisdictions’ Measure A Five-Year Capital Improvement Plans Summer 2018 Beginning of construction for Pachappa Underpass Project JOHN BULINSKI DISTRICT 8 DIRECTOR CALTRANS District 8 SHOPP Overview JANUARY 26, 2018 District 8 –Inland Empire Largest of the 12 Caltrans Districts Riverside and San Bernardino Counties 49 incorporated cities 28,650 square miles 32 state routes 7,200 lane miles 1400 employees State Highway Operations & Protection Program (SHOPP) $2.4B per year (Pre -SB 1) Fix and Upkeep –Asset Management •Emergency Opening, Safety, ADA Ramps, Stormwater, etc •Pavement, ITS, Bridges, Culverts, Operational Improvements Minor Program –$8M capital improvements per year (Dist 8) Minor Program –Project < $1.25M SB 1 –Adding $1.9B/year average over the next 10 years State Highway Operations & Protection Program 2016 SHOPP adopted at the March 2016 CTC Meeting Total 2016 SHOPP Funding over the 4 year cycle = $10B D8 SHOPP Funds = $1.03B •RIV County = $442M •SBD County = $589M 2018 SHOPP to be adopted at the March 2018 CTC Meeting (Draft) Total 2018 SHOPP Funding over the next 4 years = $16B D8 SHOPP Funds = $2.19B •RIV County = $1.36B •SBD County = $825.4M State Highway Operations & Protection Program 2018 SHOPP Breakdown for D8 Major Damage Restoration = $51M Collision Reduction = $367M Mandates = $45M Bridge Preservation = $223M Roadway Preservation = $1.4B Mobility = $89M Roadside Preservation = $11M Facilities = $36M Miscellaneous = $41M Maintenance Program Annual Work Performed @ Dist 8 (Pre -SB 1) Pavement (HM1) -$30M Culvert & Roadside (HM2) -$500K Bridge Structures (HM3) -$2.5M Traffic Guidance (HM4) -$250K Facility (HM5) -$500K 500 Field Staff at 26 stations SB 1 Augmentation $400M (Statewide) Senate Bill 1 Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 –April 28th, 2017 Funding Opportunity for Caltrans and Local Agencies $54B investment over 10 years State Highway System -$26B Cites and Counties -$26B Senate Bill 1 Increased CTC and Inspector General Oversight Responsibility New SHOPP / SB1 Guideline –Accountability and Reform Measures CTC Allocation Required for All SHOPP Project Components New Independent Office of A&I within Caltrans Caltrans to Demonstrate Efficiency Savings $100M /yr Condition Targets via Asset Management Plan •98% of Pavement in Good or Fair •90% of Culverts in Good or Fair •90% of Transportation Management System Units in Good or Fair •500 or more Bridges Fixed Senate Bill 1 New SHOPP / SB1 Guideline –Accountability and Reform Measures (Cont…) Project Baseline Agreements –Within 3 months of project adoption Reporting Required throughout life of the project Completion and Final Delivery Report –Within 6 months Audits Required $1B Transportation Investment 13,000 Jobs Challenges –Resource Agencies, Materials, Consultants, Contractors, etc. Senate Bill 1 By 2027, Caltrans will Repair or Replace 17,000 Miles of Pavement 55,000 Culverts or Drains 7,700 Signals, Signs and Sensors 500 Bridges http://rebuildingca.ca.gov/ SB 1 -SHOPP / HM Project List First D8 Wave 15 Projects = $918M RIV 10 –Pavement Rehab (DB?) –$263M –Const. Early 2021. RIV 10 –Pavement Rehab (DB?) –$207M –Const. Early 2023 RIV 10 –Pavement Rehab –$157M –Const. Early 2023 RIV/SBD 10 & SBD 60 –Upgrade Bridges –$61M –Const. Early 2022 RIV & SBD 15 –Install 6” Traffic Stripe (HM) –$28.3M -Const. Late 2018 RIV 10, 86, 111 –Preventive Maintenance (HM) –$18M –Const. Mid 2018 RIV & SBD 10 –Install 6” Traffic Stripe (HM) –$11.6M –Const. Late 2018 SB 1 -SHOPP / HM Project List First D8 Wave 15 Projects = $918M RIV & SBD 71 –Install Various ITS Elements –$11.2M –Const. Early 2021 RIV 10, 60,86 –6 New Changeable Message Signs –$3.2M –Const. Early 2019 SBD 10 –Pavement Rehab –Partnership –$92M –Const. Late 2018 SBD 210 –Pavement Rehab –Partnership –$34M –Const. Mid 2019 SBD 10, 210, 66 –Preventive Maintenance (HM) –$14M –Const. Mid 2018 SBD 40 & 95 –Preventive Maintenance (HM) –$8M –Under Construction SBD 18 –Replace/Repair Culverts –$7.2M –Const. Early 2023 SBD 62 & 247 -Preventive Maintenance (HM) –$2.3M –Under Construction Michael Blomquist Toll Program Director Tolling in California Commission WorkshopJanuary 26, 2018 Tolling Across the State First bridge:1926 Antioch Bridge First modern toll road:1993 SR-241 First express lanes: 1995 SR-91 Express Lanes First tolled border:2020 (est.) Otay Mesa East POE We are in good company! Southern California Toll Facilities 2012 2013 1995 1996 2017 1996 1998 1993 2007 2012 California Toll Facilities- EXISTING & PLANNED EXISTING San Francisco Bay Area I-680 Express Lanes I-580 Express Lanes SR-237 Express Lanes Golden Gate Bridge Antioch Bridge Benicia-Martinez Bridge Carquinez Bridge Dumbarton Bridge Richmond-San Rafael Bridge San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge San Mateo-Hayward Bridge PLANNED San Francisco Bay Area SR-237 Extension I-680 Southern Segment, Sunol Northbound, Contra Costa County Northern Segment I-880 Express Lanes SR-85 Express Lanes US 101 HOT Lanes I-80 Express Lanes PLANNED Monterey County SR-156 Toll Road EXISTING Los Angeles County I-10 Express Lanes I-110 Express Lanes PLANNED Los Angeles County I-105 Express Lanes I-110 Express Lanes Extension I-405 Express Lanes High Desert Corridor EXISTING Orange County SR-73 Toll Road SR-133 Toll Road SR-241 Toll Road SR-261 Toll Road SR-91 Express Lanes PLANNED Orange County I-405 Express Lanes SR-241/91 Express Lanes Connector SR-241 Toll Road Extension EXISTING San Diego County I-15 Express Lanes SR-125 South Bay Expressway PLANNED San Diego County SR-11/Otay Mesa East Port of Entry I-805 Express Lanes I-5 Express Lanes SR-78 Express Lanes PLANNED San Bernardino County I-10 Express Lanes I-15 Express Lanes High Desert Corridor PLANNED Riverside County I-15 Express Lanes I-15 Express Lanes Southern Extension I-15/SR-91 Express Lanes Connector EXISTING Riverside County SR-91 Express Lanes Transponders in Circulation - 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,000,000 8,000,000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 BATA SBX LA Metro Sandag SR 91 TCA Grand Total Ongoing Trends…. ….that make tolling work Limited state and federal funding Significant -but finite –sales tax funding Urban county growth Limited freeway capacity-expansion plans by Caltrans Ongoing Trends…. ….that make tolling work Use of single-occupant vehicles Long-term jobs-housing imbalance Demand for a less congested alternative Willingness to pay a toll Next Generation of Express Lanes Orange County: I-405 Express Lanes –2023 San Bernardino County I-10 Express Lanes –2023 I-15 Express Lanes -2024 Los Angeles County I-105 Express Lanes –2023 I-405/Sepulveda Pass Express Lanes -2026 I-605 Express Lanes –2031 Next Generation of Express Lanes Bay Area (Metropolitan Transportation Commission) I-880 Express Lanes –2019 I-680N Express Lanes –2020 I-80 Express Lanes –2020 Santa Clara County SR-237 Express Lanes Extension –2019 SR-85/US 101 Express Lanes -2021 Riverside County I-15 Express Lanes –2020 15/91 Express Lanes Connector –2022 Project Financing Borrow against future tolls to pay for: Capital costs and O&M costs –all or a portion of costs Supplements traditional project funding RCTC toll-backed debt: $613M (SR-91) + $152M (I-15) = $765M!! Ensures financial discipline Only the most financially feasible projects can be financed Importance of managing delivery schedule and all costs Recent project financings… RCTC SR-91 (2013) and I-15 (2017), OCTA I-405 (2017) SBCTA I-15 (planned in 2018) Alternative Project Delivery Use of design-build method of project delivery Saves time -OPEN LANES SOONER! Accepted by financing industry Less risk of cost and schedule overruns Appropriate transfer of project completion risks OCTA I-405 SBCTA I-15 RCTC SR-91 and I-15 LA Metro I-10 and I-110 Thank you….