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06 June 27, 2016 Budget & implementationRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA TIME: 9:30 a.m. DATE: Monday, June 27, 2016 LOCATION: BOARD ROOM County of Riverside Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, First Floor, Riverside  COMMITTEE MEMBERS  Bob Magee, Chair / Natasha Johnson, City of Lake Elsinore Jan Harnik, Vice Chair / Susan Marie Weber, City of Palm Desert Lloyd White / Mike Lara, City of Beaumont Ella Zanowic / Joyce McIntire, City of Calimesa Dawn Haggerty / Jordan Ehrenkranz, City of Canyon Lake Greg Pettis / Shelley Kaplan, City of Cathedral City Steven Hernandez / To Be Appointed, City of Coachella Scott Matas / Russell Betts, City of Desert Hot Springs Linda Krupa / Paul Raver, City of Hemet Dana Reed / Douglas Hanson, City of Indian Wells Rick Gibbs / Jonathan Ingram, City of Murrieta Rusty Bailey / Andy Melendrez, City of Riverside Michael Naggar / Michael McCracken, City of Temecula John F. Tavaglione, County of Riverside, District II Chuck Washington, County of Riverside, District III  STAFF  Anne Mayer, Executive Director Theresia Trevino, Chief Financial Officer  AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY  Annual Budget Development and Oversight Competitive Federal and State Grant Programs Countywide Communications and Outreach Programs Countywide Strategic Plan Legislation Public Communications and Outreach Programs Short Range Transit Plans Comments are welcomed by the Committee. If you wish to provide comments to the Committee, please complete and submit a Speaker Card to the Clerk of the Board. COMM-BI-00034 Tara Byerly From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: Importance: Tara Byerly Wednesday, June 22, 201611:11 AM Tara Byerly Jennifer Harmon RCTC: Budget and Implementation Committee Agenda -06.27.2016 High Good morning Budget and Implementation Committee Members: Attached is the link to the Budget and Implementation Committee Agenda for the meeting scheduled @ 9:30 a.m. on Monday, June 27. http://www.rctc.org/uploads/media items/budget-and-implementation-committee-june-27-2016.original.pdf Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you. Respectfully, rrara s. <Byer[y Deputy Clerk of the Board Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 787-7141 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE www.rctc.org AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda 9:30 a.m. Monday, June 27, 2016 BOARD ROOM County Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, First Floor Riverside, 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, Government Code Section 54954.2, and the Federal Transit Administration Title VI, please contact the Clerk of the Board at (951) 787-7141 if special assistance is needed to participate in a Commission meeting, including accessibility and translation services. Assistance is provided free of charge. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to the meeting time will assist staff in assuring reasonable arrangements can be made to provide assistance at the meeting. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ATTENDANCE / ROLL CALL 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS – Each individual speaker is limited to speak three (3) continuous minutes or less. The Committee may, either at the direction of the Chair or by majority vote of the Committee, 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. Also, the Committee may terminate public comments if such comments become repetitious. In addition, the maximum time for public comment for any individual item or topic is thirty (30) minutes. Speakers may not yield their time to others without the consent of the Chair. Any written documents to be distributed or presented to the Committee 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 Board should not take action on or discuss matters raised during public comment portion of the agenda which are not listed on the agenda. Board members may refer such matters to staff for factual information or to be placed on the subsequent agenda for consideration. Budget and Implementation Committee June 27, 2016 Page 2 5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – MAY 23, 2016 6. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS (The Committee 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 Committee subsequent to the posting of the agenda. An action adding an item to the agenda requires 2/3 vote of the Committee. If there are less than 2/3 of the Committee 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.) 7. STATUS OF INTEREST RATE SWAPS INTEGRATED WITH 2009 VARIABLE RATE DEMAND BONDS Page 1 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and file a status report on the two interest rate swaps that are integrated with the 2009 Sales Tax Variable Rate Demand Bonds (2009 Bonds); 2) Direct staff to continue to evaluate financing options related to interest rate swaps integrated with the 2009 Bonds; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. 8. MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE CITY OF BLYTHE FOR TRADING 2012 AND 2014 STATE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FUNDS FOR 2009 MEASURE A WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY HIGHWAY FUNDS Page 6 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Approve Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) No. 07-71-028-01, Amendment No. 1 to MOU No. 07-71-028-00 with the city of Blythe (Blythe) to trade Palo Verde Valley 2012 and 2014 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) funds with 2009 Measure A Western Riverside County Highway funds in the amount of $1,106,410; 2) Authorize the Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute the MOU on behalf of the Commission; 3) Approve an increase of $1,106,410 in the Fiscal Year 2016/17 budgeted expenditures for construction; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. Budget and Implementation Committee June 27, 2016 Page 3 9. FISCAL YEARS 2017-21 MEASURE A FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANS FOR LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS Page 11 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Approve the Fiscal Years 2017-21 Measure A Five-Year Capital Improvement Plans (CIPs) for Local Streets and Roads (LSR) as submitted; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 10. PROGRAMMING OF ADDITIONAL FEDERAL FUNDS FOR UNION PACIFIC PACHAPPA UNDERPASS PROJECT AND 2016 EARMARK REPURPOSING FUNDS Page 13 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Rescind previous programming for the Pachappa Underpass project (Pachappa project) including up to $13 million of federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds and 1989 Measure A Western Riverside County highway funds; 2) Approve programming $847,552 of available 2016 federal earmark repurposing funds from prior Commission projects and additional federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) and/or CMAQ funds to the Pachappa project to complete the State Route 91 High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane project for a total amount of $12 million; 3) Approve programming available federal repurposed earmark balances that cannot be used by other local agencies to the Pachappa project in place of federal STP and/or CMAQ funds so funds stay within Riverside County and do not lapse; 4) Approve an increase of $2,261,700 in Fiscal Year 2016/17 Budget federal revenues; 5) Direct staff to continue working with the cities and county to review eligible projects for repurposing and provide assistance with the federal repurposing process; and 6) Forward to the Commission for final action. 11. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSIT SERVICES FUNDING ALLOCATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Page 17 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Conduct a public hearing at its July Commission meeting on the proposed Section 5307 Program of Projects (POP); 2) Approve the Fiscal Year 2016/17 Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) Section 5307 and 5311 POP for Riverside County; Budget and Implementation Committee June 27, 2016 Page 4 3) Approve the FY 2016/17 Local Transportation Fund (LTF) and State Transit Assistance (STA) fund allocations for transit; 4) Direct staff to add projects into the Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP); 5) Adopt Resolution No. 16-014, “Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission to Allocate State Transit Assistance Funds”; and 6) Forward to the Commission for final action. 12. RIVERSIDE COUNTY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: ANNUAL COUNTYWIDE PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014/15 Page 37 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and file the Riverside County Public Transportation Annual Countywide Performance Report (Countywide Report) for Fiscal Year 2014/15; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 13. STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATION UPDATE Page 85 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and file an update on state and federal legislation; 2) Adopt the following bill position – AB 2452 (Gatto) – Oppose; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. 14. COMMISSIONERS / STAFF REPORT Overview This item provides the opportunity for the Commissioners and staff to report on attended and upcoming meeting/conferences and issues related to Commission activities. 15. ADJOURNMENT AND THE NEXT MEETING The next Budget and Implementation Committee meeting is scheduled to be held at 9:30 a.m., Monday, July 25, 2016, Board Chambers, First Floor, County Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE ROLL CALL County of Riverside, District II County of Riverside, District Ill City of Beaumont City of Calimesa City of Canyon Lake City of Cathed ra I City City of Coachella JUNE 27, 2016 Present ------ -~----* D D D City of Desert Hot Springs City of Hemet ___ % City of Indian Wells City of Lake Elsinore City of Murrieta City of Palm Desert City of Riverside City of Temecula D ~ ~ ~ ~ Absent <>.AA..\~ . q·.~C4·M· D $ D ~ $ D ~ ~ D D D D D u..f+ 10 ~ l S 'i. tn. AGENDA ITEM 5 MINUTES RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE Monday, May 23, 2016 MINUTES 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Budget and Implementation Committee was called to order by Chair Bob Magee at 9:30 a.m., in the Board Room at the County of Riverside Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, First Floor, Riverside, California, 92501. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE At this time, Chair Magee led the Budget and Implementation Committee in a flag salute. 3. ROLL CALL Members/Alternates Present Members Absent Rusty Bailey Jan Harnik Rick Gibbs Steven Hernandez Dawn Haggerty* Douglas Hanson Shelley Kaplan Bob Magee Scott Matas Michael Naggar Paul Raver John Tavaglione* Chuck Washington Lloyd White* Ella Zanowic *Arrived after the meeting was called to order 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no requests to speak from the public. RCTC Budget and Implementation Committee Minutes May 23, 2016 Page 2 5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – APRIL 25, 2016 M/S/C (Matas/Washington) to approve the minutes of April 25, 2016 meeting as submitted. Abstain: Raver 6. ADDITIONS / REVISIONS There were no additions or revisions to the agenda. 7. CONSENT CALENDAR - All matters on the Consent Calendar will be approved in a single motion unless a Commissioner(s) requests separate action on specific item(s). Items pulled from the Consent Calendar will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda. M/S/C (Bailey/Matas) to approve the following Consent Calendar item(s): 7A. APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 1) Approve Resolution No. 16-013, “Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Establishing the Annual Appropriations Limit”, for Fiscal Year 2016/17; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 7B. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1) Receive and file the Quarterly Financial Statements for the period ended March 31, 2016; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 7C. QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT 1) Receive and file the Quarterly Investment Report for the quarter ended March 31, 2016; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 7D. QUARTERLY SALES TAX ANALYSIS 1) Receive and file the sales tax analysis for Quarter 4, 2015 (4Q 2015); and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. At this time, Commissioner Lloyd White joined the meeting. RCTC Budget and Implementation Committee Minutes May 23, 2016 Page 3 8. PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016/17 Michele Cisneros, Deputy Director of Finance, presented the proposed budget for FY 2016/17, and discussed the following areas: • Budget adjustments and summary; • Funding sources and funding sources comparison; • Summary of uses: Management services, regional programs, capital project development and delivery expenditures, toll operations, debt service, and transfers out; • Capital projects and operations expenditures; • Capital projects highlights – 91 Project, I-15 Express Lanes project, and Mid County Parkway project; • Functional uses breakdown and Measure A administrative costs; and • Next steps. At this time, Commissioners Dawn Haggerty and John Tavaglione joined the meeting. M/S/C (Bailey/Matas) to: 1) Receive input on the proposed budget for FY 2016/17; 2) Approve the salary schedule effective July 7, 2016, located in Appendix B of the proposed budget; and 3) Forward to the Commission to close the public hearing regarding the proposed budget for FY 2016/17 on June 8, 2016, and for final adoption. 9. ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION REGARDING THE 2016 TITLE VI PROGRAM REPORT UPDATE, INCLUDING THE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN AND LANGUAGE ASSISTANCE PLAN Lorelle Moe-Luna, Senior Management Analyst, presented Resolution No. 16-010 for adoption of the 2016 Title VI Program Report Update, including the Public Participation Plan and Language Assistance Plan. M/S/C (Bailey/Tavaglione) to: 1) Approve Resolution No. 16-010, “Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Regarding the 2016 Title VI Program Report Update, Including the Public Participation Plan and Language Assistance Plan”, in compliance with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) requirements; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. RCTC Budget and Implementation Committee Minutes May 23, 2016 Page 4 10. CLINTON KEITH ROAD EXTENSION – MULTI FUNDING CALL FOR PROJECTS UTILIZATION OF PROJECT SAVINGS FOR PHASE III Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director, provided an overview of the request from the county of Riverside to utilize project savings for the Clinton Keith Road extension. M/S/C (Gibbs/Zanowic) to: 1) Approve the request by the county of Riverside (County) to utilize $2,717,000 in project savings from the Clinton Keith Road Extension Phase II project (Phase II) for the Clinton Keith Extension Phase III project (Phase III); 2) Approve Agreement No. 14-72-099-01, Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 14-72-099-00 with the County to reprogram $2,717,000 from Phase II to Phase III and reduce 2009 Measure A Western County Regional Arterial (MARA) funding by $214,047; 3) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. 11. SURPLUS OF REAL PROPERTY Mark Lancaster, Right of Way Manager, presented the eight real properties to declare as surplus and the surplus process. M/S/C (Zanowic/Washington) to: 1) Declare as surplus the eight real properties, comprised of 10 Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APN), adjacent to State Route 74, as described in this agenda item and attached maps; 2) Authorize the Executive Director to notify public agencies and contiguous land owners for seven of the properties, pursuant to Government Code 54220 et.seq, that the properties are available for purchase; 3) If no response is received from public agencies and contiguous land owners, authorize the Executive Director to offer the surplus property for sale to the public; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. Abstain: Naggar RCTC Budget and Implementation Committee Minutes May 23, 2016 Page 5 12. FISCAL YEARS 2016/17 – 2018/19 SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLANS Fina Clemente, Transit Manager, presented the FY 2016/17 funding allocation for Riverside County transit services, highlighting the following areas: • Short Range Transit Plans FY 2016/17 – FY 2018/19; and • Highlights of the transit operator’s plans for next year that commences on July 1, for the following: cities of Banning and Beaumont, Corona, Riverside, Riverside Transit Agency, SunLine Transit Agency, Commission’s Rail Program, and Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency. M/S/C (Zanowic/Tavaglione) to: 1) Approve the Fiscal Years 2016/17 – 2018/19 Short Range Transit Plans (SRTPs) for the cities of Banning, Beaumont, Corona, and Riverside; Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency (PVVTA); Riverside Transit Agency (RTA); SunLine Transit Agency (SunLine); and the Commission’s Western Riverside County Rail Program and Coachella Valley Rail Program; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 13. STATE LEGISLATIVE UPDATE Aaron Hake provided an update on state legislative activities. M/S/C (Washington/Zanowic) to: 1) Receive and file an update on state legislation; 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 14. COMMISSIONERS / EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT 14A. John Standiford announced: • The 91/Perris Valley Line (PVL) Metrolink preview day is scheduled for June 1 for the media and stakeholders. An invitation will be mailed in the next few days; • The 91/PVL Metrolink service is starting on June 6 from South Perris to Riverside-Downtown; • The city of Jurupa Valley and the county of Riverside celebrated the opening of the Clay Street grade separation on May 18; and • The Commission will celebrate its 40th anniversary later this year. RCTC Budget and Implementation Committee Minutes May 23, 2016 Page 6 15. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Budget and Implementation Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 10:11 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Jennifer Harmon Clerk of the Board AGENDA ITEM 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: June 27, 2016 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Theresia Trevino, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Status of Interest Rate Swaps Integrated with 2009 Variable Rate Demand Bonds STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1)Receive and file a status report on the two interest rate swaps that are integrated with the 2009 Sales Tax Variable Rate Demand Bonds (2009 Bonds); 2)Direct staff to continue to evaluate financing options related to interest rate swaps integrated with the 2009 Bonds; and 3)Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In 2006, due to the uncertainty of future interest rates in connection with anticipated long-term debt issuances related to the 2009 Measure A, staff and its financial advisor, Fieldman, Rolapp & Associates (Fieldman), recommended an interest rate swap strategy to insulate the Commission’s 2009 Measure A financing program against future interest rate volatility. In July 2006, following a presentation on the swap strategy that included an overview of the incremental risks assumed, the Commission authorized the execution of swap transaction documents with the successful counterparties. In late August 2006, following a bid process, the interest rate swap agreements were awarded to Bank of America, N.A. (Bank of America) and Lehman Brothers Derivative Products, Inc. (LBDP) for $100 million and $85 million, respectively. These swaps were forward-starting interest rate swaps to become effective at a date three years in the future, on October 1, 2009, when the Commission anticipated issuance of at least $185 million of variable rate long-term debt to refinance the commercial paper program. The swaps provided that the Commission would receive 67 percent of one month LIBOR (generally equivalent to the rate on floating rate bonds) and would pay 3.679 percent to the counterparty on the outstanding, or notional, amount. Agenda Item 7 1 In May 2008, the Commission authorized the issuance of bonds to refinance outstanding commercial paper; the commercial paper program was established in March 2005. The Commission issued $126,395,000 of bonds in June 2008 (2008 Bonds) with the intent to refinance them with a bond issuance in October 2009. During the financing of the 2008 Bonds, staff and Fieldman provided a report on the credit market environment resulting from the credit crisis and the reliance on sub-prime mortgages for the U.S. housing market. The environment had significantly affected municipal bond insurers, the demand for auction rate securities (a form of variable rate debt), and the availability of traditional bank liquidity. The effect on major investment banks soon followed with the collapse and exit of major firms from the municipal market. In September 2008, the municipal market was stunned by the bankruptcy filing of Lehman Brothers Holdings (Lehman) and the sale of Merrill Lynch & Co. to Bank of America, leaving four major investment banks. The market environment in 2008 was remarkably different than in 2006, when the swaps were executed and the primary concern was interest rates might increase significantly beyond the levels achievable in the swap market. The financial crisis in 2008 resulted in the failure and/or downgrade of bond insurers and investment banks, reductions in and higher cost of credit liquidity, and declines in interest rates in some markets, particularly the swap market. Under the terms of the swap with LBDP, the bankruptcy of Lehman was a “trigger event” resulting in an early termination of the swap agreement on September 23, 2008. In accordance with the swap agreements and based on the fall in interest rates between August 2006 and September 2008, the Commission was required to make a $3.45 million termination payment to LBDP using commercial paper funds. Had interest rates increased, LBDP would have been required to make a termination payment to the Commission. Interest rates in September 2008 were lower than the 3.679 percent rate obtained in August 2006. At a special meeting in late September 2008, and after considering available options related to the LBDP swap and the potential amount of variable rate debt to be issued and underlying liquidity facility that would be required in October 2009, the Commission authorized the Executive Director to enter into a replacement forward-starting interest rate swap agreement. The replacement swap agreement was executed on September 24, 2008, with Deutsche Bank (DB) at a fixed interest rate of 3.206 percent. The agreement was not significantly different from the agreements executed in 2006. Additionally, Deutsche Bank met the Commission’s swap policy credit rating of AA-/Aa3 with a rating of AA-/Aa1. In October 2009, the Commission issued $185 million of 2009 Bonds in three series: A, B, and C. The bond proceeds were used to refinance the 2008 Bonds and $53.7 million of outstanding commercial paper. The 2009 Bonds were integrated with the interest rate swaps that became effective in October 2009, thereby creating synthetic fixed rate debt. The correlation of the 2009 Bonds upon issuance with the interest rate swaps is presented as follows: Agenda Item 7 2 2009 Bonds Notional Amount of Integrated Swap Series Par Amount Bank of America Deutsche Bank A $85 million $85 million B 65 million $100 million C 35 million Since issuance repayment of each series of the 2009 Bonds has been secured by a separate standby bond purchase agreement (SBPA) with a bank and remarketed on a weekly basis by remarketing agents. The current SBPAs with The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd., acting through its New York Branch expire in March 2019, and the current remarketing agents are Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. for the Series A bonds and Barclays Capital for the Series B and C bonds. Current Status After the credit crisis in 2008, interest rates continued to decline until December 2015, when the Federal Reserve raised interest rates. Based on interest rates since 2008, if the Commission were to terminate either or both of the swaps, it would have to pay the termination value of the swap(s). The individual and total historical termination value liabilities based on the total outstanding notional amount of both swaps as reported in the Commission’s annual audited financial statements are summarized as follows: Fiscal Year Notional Amount Bank of America Deutsche Bank Total Liability 2008/09 $ 185,000,000 $ 9,581,909 $ 4,093,838 $ 13,675,747 2009/10 181,000,000 14,907,041 8,580,933 23,487,974 2010/11 174,700,000 12,302,700 6,718,534 19,021,234 2011/12 168,200,000 20,601,744 13,810,320 34,412,064 2012/13 161,400,000 14,065,309 8,730,010 22,795,319 2013/14 154,300,000 13,382,739 8,454,831 21,837,570 2014/15 146,900,000 13,037,236 8,458,575 21,495,811 As of June 15, 2016, and based on a total notional amount of $139.1 million, the estimated termination values were $15.4 million for Bank of America and $10.7 million for DB, for an aggregate termination value of $26.1 million. The termination value will change as interest rates change. On May 23, 2016, Moody’s Investors Service (Moody’s) lowered DB’s long-term rating to Baa2, which downgrade resulted in the occurrence of an additional termination event under the swap agreement. This downgrade was the second downgrade by Moody’s in the last six months. Under the terms of the swap agreement, DB may assign the swap agreement to another counterparty that is acceptable to the Commission within 30 business days of the additional termination event. If DB does not assign the swap within that period or by July 7, the Commission may give notice to DB to terminate or reserve its rights to terminate within 20 days of the swap agreement with DB. Agenda Item 7 3 In consultation with the Commission’s bond counsel, staff and Fieldman are evaluating the Commission’s options in regard to the swap if DB does not assign the swap to an acceptable counterparty. Considerations include: A. Waiving the right to terminate the swap; B. Terminating the swap, making the termination payment using available commercial paper, and not entering into a replacement swap; C. Terminating the swap, making the termination payment using available commercial paper proceeds, and executing a replacement swap with a new counterparty selected by the Commission at the current interest rate; or D. Terminating the swap, making the termination payment using available commercial paper proceeds, and refinancing the 2009 Bonds Series B and Series C at a fixed interest rate. In order to evaluate the best option representing reduced risks and costs to the Commission, staff and Fieldman have considered today’s low interest rate environment, potential difficulties identifying a qualified swap counterparty that would accept assignment of the DB swap agreement or similar terms in a replacement swap, and qualified hedge accounting. After deliberation, staff is currently pursuing Option D with a proposed refinancing in September or October 2016. This option may expose the Commission to some interest rate risk on the bonds’ variable interest rates in the short-term following possible swap termination in July through refinancing. However, staff deems this risk minimal as it does not anticipate a dramatic increase in those interest rates over the next few months. In fact, the Commission would not be required to make the monthly swap payment to DB following termination. Fieldman prepared a cash flow comparison between the existing bonds, including SBPA and remarketing fees, and the refinancing of the 2009 Bonds Series B and Series C at fixed interest rates. The projected refinancing, which incorporates estimated termination costs of $10.7 million, results in a net cost of approximately $3 million. This comparison indicates the market difference in the refinancing option appears to absorb about 75 percent of the termination cost. Staff does not propose to terminate the Bank of America swap and refinance the 2009 Bonds Series A, as Bank of America’s long-term credit rating is A/A1, which is several notches above the minimum requirement of BBB+/Baa1. The swap performance is functioning in accordance with original expectations. NEXT STEPS: Based on the timeline for a potential DB swap termination, it may be necessary to take action prior to obtaining Commission approval. In connection with the execution of the replacement swap with DB by Section 5 of Resolution No. 06-015 adopted in July 2006, the Commission authorized the Executive Director to take any permitted action deemed necessary or desirable related to the DB swap. Should the Executive Director give notice to DB to terminate the swap Agenda Item 7 4 and the Commission make the termination payment, staff will submit a report to the Commission and seek ratification, similar to other previous financing matters for which Executive Director authority was provided in related Commission-adopted resolutions. In connection with a refinancing of a portion of the 2009 Bonds, an offering memorandum, supplemental indenture, and purchase contract will be required, as well as a related resolution approving that document. Disclosure counsel and bond counsel will prepare these documents to be presented at the September Commission meeting, when the Commission will be asked to approve the form of the offering memorandum and authorize its distribution in connection with the new issuance of sales tax revenue bonds (proposed 2016 Bonds). The offering memorandum is required under state and federal securities laws prohibiting the offer and sale of securities such as the 2016 Bonds, unless all matters that would be material to an investor in the 2016 Bonds have been adequately disclosed and there is no omission of material facts. The Commissioners serving on the Board as the governing body of the issuer of the proposed 2016 Bonds will be expected to read and be familiar with the information described in the draft offering memorandum included with the staff report to be presented at future Commission meeting. The Commissioners may employ the services of experts to take the lead in the drafting and review of the offering memorandum; however, the Commissioners have the duty to review the information and bring to the attention of those responsible for the preparation of the offering document any misstatements or omissions in the draft and to ask questions if they are unclear about the information or their role. The financing team will be available at future Commission meeting to respond to the identification of any misstatements or omissions or to such questions. Staff will also provide an estimate of the professional services costs to be incurred in connection with the refinancing of a portion of the 2009 Bonds. Such professional services include the financial advisor, bond counsel, disclosure counsel, and general counsel. The FY 2016/17 budget does not include sufficient amounts for the termination cost estimated at $10.7 million and for professional services costs estimated at $400,000. Accordingly, a budget adjustment is required. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: No Year: FY 2016/17 Amount: $11,100,000 (estimate) Source of Funds: Commercial Paper Budget Adjustment: Yes GL/Project Accounting No.: 303 19 97201 $10,700,000 304 19 65XXX $ 400,000 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 06/16/2016 Agenda Item 7 5 Interest Rate Swaps and Variable Rate Debt Budget & Implementation Committee June 27, 2016 Early Measure A Financing 2002 •Voters approve Measure A extension 2005 •Establish commercial paper program 2006 •Rising interest rates •Execute swaps with Lehman Brothers (Lehman) and Bank of America (BofA) 2008 •Credit market crisis •Issue fixed rate bonds with 12/2009 mandatory tender •Terminate Lehman swap due to bankruptcy “trigger event” and pay $3.5 million as settlement •Replace swap with Deutsche Bank (DB) 2009 •Issue variable rate bonds that integrate with swaps •2009A—DB swap •2009B&C—BofA swap 2006 Interest Rate Swap Considerations 3 Business decision to hedge against potential rate increases •Not speculation •Awareness of risks and mitigation strategies Contract to exchange cash flows •Starts at future date •RCTC pays fixed interest rate •Counterparty pays floating/variable interest rate Payments based on notional amount •Principal amounts not exchanged Cash flows derived from reference to index rates •London Interbank Offer Rate (LIBOR) — associated with taxable financings and swaps •Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) — related to tax-exempt financings 2009 Issuance of Variable Rate Debt Bank SBPAs RCTC Bond holders Remarketing Agent 2009-2016 Synthetic Fixed Interest Rate Debt Fixed Rate* Floating Rate** (Linked to 67% of LIBOR) RCTC Counterparty Floating Rate** Bond Holders Liquidity/ Remarketing Fees*** •Current rates are 3.679% ($100 million with BofA), 3.206% ($85 million with DB), or weighted average of 3.42% **Relationship between rates could vary weekly ***Liquidity fees have ranged from 44 bps (current) to 125 bps; remarketing fees have ranged from 6 bps (current) to 10 bps (Corresponds to SIFMA) Integrated Swap Performance RCTC Basis Gain1 RCTC Basis Cost2 RCTC receives 67% of LIBOR (floating rate) 0.29% 0.31% RCTC pays SIFMA to bondholders (floating rate) (0.01%) (0.39%) RCTC basis differential Gain (cost) 0.28% (0.08%) RCTC pays counterparty (fixed rate) (3.42%) (3.42%) RCTC pays liquidity & remarketing fees (fixed cost) (0.50%) (0.50%) RCTC net cost of funds for week3 (3.64%) (4.00%) 1January 2016 example 2June 2016 example 320-year fixed interest rate in August 2006 approximated 4.40% and in October 2009 approximated 4.00% June 2016 Swap Status Counterparty Bank of America Deutsche Bank •Notional amount/swap rate •Minimum long-term debt rating of BBB+/Baa1 •Termination value (liability) •$75.2 million/3.679 percent •A/A1 •($15.4 million)1 •$63.9 million/3.206 percent •BBB+/Baa2 •($10.7 million)1 1 As of June 15, 2016, subject to change July 2016 Deutsche Bank Swap Options Accept Deutsche Bank replacement swap, if proposed Waive right to terminate swap Terminate swap and pay termination payment •No replacement swap •Unhedged position •Replacement swap •Lower rate but limited qualified counterparties •Refinance 2009 Series A at fixed interest rate •Interest rate decrease absorbs about 75 percent of termination cost •Interest rate certainty through 2029 Next Steps Update Commission in September Report on swap status Present refinancing documents Provide notice to Deutsche Bank on July 7 Reserve rights to all remedies, including termination Continue to evaluate financing options AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: June 27, 2016 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director THROUGH: John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Blythe for Trading 2012 and 2014 State Transportation Improvement Program Funds for 2009 Measure A Western Riverside County Highway Funds STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Approve Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) No. 07-71-028-01, Amendment No. 1 to MOU No. 07-71-028-00 with the city of Blythe (Blythe) to trade Palo Verde Valley 2012 and 2014 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) funds with 2009 Measure A Western Riverside County Highway funds in the amount of $1,106,410; 2) Authorize the Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute the MOU on behalf of the Commission; 3) Approve an increase of $1,106,410 in the Fiscal Year 2016/17 budgeted expenditures for construction; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On January 11, 2006, the Commission approved the mechanism for trading STIP intracounty Palo Verde Valley formula funds with Blythe for Measure A Western Riverside County Highway funds. The STIP intracounty MOU established three geographic areas to receive STIP funds: Western County, Coachella Valley, and Palo Verde Valley/Blythe. The Palo Verde Valley/Blythe area STIP funds have been historically under 1 percent of the available STIP funds and therefore address relatively minor projects on the local arterial system. Due to the California Transportation Commission’s low priority for allocating STIP funds on local arterials, the MOU allowed Blythe to move forward with its projects using local funds. The MOU included the 2004 and 2006 STIP funding cycles. STIP funds were not available in the 2008 and 2010 STIP cycles. The 2012 and 2014 STIP cycles did result in available STIP capacity; however, the amendments to include the new trade funding were not executed, as the city had remaining funds from the previous 2004 and 2006 STIP cycles. Recently, Blythe submitted an invoice to the Commission for reimbursable STIP projects identified in the city’s Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). To approve the invoice staff Agenda Item 8 6 requests approval of an amendment to the MOU to reflect the 2012 STIP Cycle trade in the amount of $641,588 and the 2014 STIP Cycle trade in the amount of $464,822, for an additional amount of $1,106,410. The MOU amendment amount is not included in the FY 2016/17 budget; therefore, staff recommends a budget adjustment to reimburse the city for STIP projects identified in its CIP. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: No Year: FY 2016/17 Amount: $1,106,410 Source of Funds: 2009 Measure A Western County Highway funds Budget Adjustment: Yes GL/Project Accounting No.: 623994 81301 00000 0000 262 31 81301 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 06/14/2016 Attachment: MOU No. 07-71-028-01 (Draft) Agenda Item 8 7 Agreement No. 07-71-028-01 AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND THE CITY OF BLYTHE FOR TRADING STATE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM INTRACOUNTY PALO VERDE VALLEY FORMULA FUNDS 1.PARTIES AND DATE This Amendment No. 1 to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for trading state transportation improvement program (STIP) is made and entered into as of this ______ day of ___________, 2016, by and between the RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (“Commission”) and the City of Blythe (“City”). 2.RECITALS 2.1 The Commission and the City have entered into an MOU dated November 14, 2006 for the purpose of providing STIP funds for IntraCounty Palo Verde Valley Formula Funds (“Project’). 2.2 The parties now desire to amend the MOU in order to provide additional compensation for the construction phase of the Project. 3.TERMS 3.1 The maximum compensation for Services performed pursuant to this Amendment shall be One Million One Hundred Six Thousand Four Hundred Ten Dollars ($1,106,410). 3.2 The total not-to-exceed amount of the MOU, as amended by this Amendment No. 1, shall be increased from Two Million Two Hundred Ninety-One Thousand Six Hundred Fifty-Six Dollars ($2,291,656) to Three Million Three Hundred Ninety-Eight Thousand Sixty-Six Dollars ($3,398,066). 17336.00000\1514236.2 1 8 3.3 Except as amended by this Amendment, all provisions of the MOU, including without limitation the indemnity and insurance provisions, shall remain in full force and effect and shall govern the actions of the parties under this Amendment. [Signatures on following page] 17336.00000\1514236.2 2 9 SIGNATURE PAGE TO AGREEMENT NO. 07-71-028-01 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Amendment on the date first herein above written. RIVERSIDE COUNTY CITY OF BLYTHE TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION By: _____________________________ By: _________________________ Scott Matas, Chair Signature __________________________ Name __________________________ Title APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: _____________________________ Best Best & Krieger LLP Counsel to the Riverside County Transportation Commission 17336.00000\1514236.2 10 AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: June 27, 2016 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Eric DeHate, Management Analyst Lorelle Moe-Luna, Senior Management Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director SUBJECT: Fiscal Years 2017-21 Measure A Five-Year Capital Improvement Plans for Local Streets and Roads STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1)Approve the Fiscal Years 2017-21 Measure A Five-Year Capital Improvement Plans (CIPs) for Local Streets and Roads (LSR) as submitted; and 2)Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Measure A provides member agencies with local funding for street maintenance and operations, street repairs, street improvements, and new infrastructure of their local streets and roads systems. Since the commencement of the 2009 Measure A in July 2009 through March 31, 2016, the cities and the county of Riverside received over $286 million. Measure A imposes several requirements on local agencies in order to receive LSR funds. First, the Coachella Valley and Western County cities and the county must participate in either the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) or Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF) program. Western County agencies must also participate in the Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) managed by the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority (RCA). Staff received confirmations from CVAG for its TUMF program and from RCA for the Western County MSHCP; confirmation from WRCOG for its TUMF program has not yet been received. Additionally, agencies are required to annually provide to the Commission a project status report for the prior year CIP, a five-year CIP detailing how the Measure A funds are to be expended, and an annual certification of maintenance of effort. On February 8, 2016, staff provided the local agencies with a five-year Measure A revenue projection for LSR to assist in preparation of the required CIP. The required CIPs and supporting Agenda Item 9 11 documentation have been received from all of the participating Measure A agencies and have been reviewed by staff to ensure compliance with Measure A requirements. Staff recommends approval of the FYs 2017-21 Measure A Five-Year CIPs. The FY 2016/17 Measure A LSR disbursements to eligible local agencies with Commission- approved CIPs are expected to commence in September 2016. Eligibility determinations related to participation in TUMF and MSHCP programs, as applicable, is complete for Coachella Valley agencies; for Western County agencies, eligibility determination is dependent on receipt of WRCOG’s TUMF certification, which is expected prior to the initial FY 2016/17 Measure A LSR disbursement. Attachment: Five-Year FYs 2017-21 Measure A Five-Year CIPs – Posted on Commission Website Agenda Item 9 12 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF BANNING FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 1 This page left intentionally blank. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF BLYTHE FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 13 This page left intentionally blank. 14 CITY OF BLYTHE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 440 SOUTH MAIN STREET BLYTHE, CALIFORNIA 92225-2717 PHONE (760) 922-6611 FAX (760) 922-0278 May 9, 2016 Grace Alvarez Planning and Programming Manager Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92505-2208 Subject: City of Blythe Measure A Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Year 2016/17. Dear Ms. Alvarez, Enclosed please find the City of Blythe Measure A Local Streets and Roads Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for Fiscal Year 2016/2017, Maintenance of Efforts Certification FY 2016/2017, and Project Status Report for CIP FY 2015/2016. The submittal for FY 2016/2017 incorporates a balance carried over from the 2012 and 2014 State Transportation Improvement Program trade for local Measure A funds. Sincerely, Armando Baldizzone, P.E. Director of Public Works, City of Blythe Enclosures 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 ATTACHMENT D**SAMPLE PROJECT STATUS REPORT FORMAT** ItemNo.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost($000's)Measure A Funds ($000's)Estimated Completion Status11998/16 Wheelchair Ramps (ADA) (25,000/yr)Construction $25 $10 June 2016 90% completed22015/16 Combined Streets Annual Improvement Project Construction $0 $0 June 2016 Annual improvements32015/16 Alleyway Improvements/Annual Improvements Construction $35 $15 June 2016 Annual improvements42015/16 Fog, Chip & Slurry Seal Construction $100 $0 June 2016 Annual project52014/15 Asphalt Emulsion Oil/Base Material (Annual Stock)Construction $100 $45 June 2016 Annual Stock Material62009/19 Lovekin/Chanslorway Loan Advance Payment (Debt Service)Debt Payment $215 $215 Sept 2019 Last payment due Sept 201972015/16 E Barnard St. from 2nd St to Birch St.Construction $822 $822 June 2016 In progress 80% completed82015/16 Traffic Signal Rehabilitation (various locations)Rehabilitation $50 $46 June 2016 In progress 30% completed92014/15 Administrative Overhead Administrative Overhead $74 $74 June 2016 Annual admin charges122014/15 E Barnard St. from 2nd St to Birch St.Engineering $48 $48 May2016 Completed132014/15 W. Rice St. from S. Willow Ave. to S. Lovekin Blvd.Engineering $21 $21 Sept 2015 Completed142014/15 14TH Ave. from Lovekin Blvd to Braodway Engineering $42 $42 Sept 2015 Completed152014/15 Broadway from 14TH Ave. to Hobsonway Engineering $58 $58 Sept 2015 Completed162014/15 7th St. from Barnard St to Chanslorway Engineering $26 $26 Sept 2015 Completed172015/16 W. Rice St. from S. Willow Ave. to S. Lovekin Blvd.Construction $296 $106 March 2016 CompletedTOTALS$1,912 $1,529 ItemNo.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost($000's)STIP Funds ($000's)Estimated Completion Status10 2015/16 N Braodway from Juniper to 10th Avenue Construction (STIP Trade)$324 $0 June 2016 Annual project11 2015/16 W Rice from S Willow Ave to S lovekin Blvd Construction (STIP Trade)$296 $190 March 2016 Completed Date: May 11, 2015 PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAMRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: City of BlythePage 1 of 1 Prepared by: Armando BaldizzonePhone #: (760) 922-6611 22 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF CALIMESA FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 23 This page left intentionally blank. 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF CANYON LAKE FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 33 This page left intentionally blank. 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CATHEDRAL CITY FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 43 This page left intentionally blank. 44 45 46 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:$952,725 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:$1,427,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:$1,463,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$916,725 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:$1,443,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:$2,359,725 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Public Works Department $1,350,000 $1,057,300 Capital Improvement Projects (Ongoing and Proposed Projects) Various transportation related Projects 2 Cathedral Canyon Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehabilitaion $500,000 $208,000 3 Date Palm Drive Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehabilitaion $750,000 $326,000 4 Vista Chino Median Curb Construction Safety Improvements $3,600,000 $450,000 5 San Joaquin Sidewalk Construction Safety Improvements $150,000 $100,000 TOTALS $6,350,000 $2,141,300 City wide maintenance operations including pavement and median maintenance; street light energy; transportation and traffic related planning and development activities; pavement management planning; street design and related engineering activities; and maintenance of the traffic signal system. ATTACHMENT B SAMPLE FIVE-YEAR CIP FORMAT Phone #: (760) 770-0360 Date: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: Cathedral City Page 1 of 6 Prepared by: Bill Simons 47 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:218,425 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:1472000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:1,690,425 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Public Works Department $1,425,000 $1,110,200 Capital Improvement Projects (Ongoing and Proposed Projects) Various transportation related Projects 2 Pavement Management Preventive Maintenance $450,000 $50,000 TOTALS $1,875,000 $1,160,200 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Cathedral City 2017 - 2018 City wide maintenance operations including pavement and median maintenance; street light energy; transportation and traffic related planning and development activities; pavement management planning; street design and related engineering activities; and maintenance of the traffic signal system. Date: Page 2 of 6 Prepared by: Bill Simons Phone #: (760) 770-0360 48 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:530,225 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:1501000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:2,031,225 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Public Works Department $1,500,000 $1,165,700 Capital Improvement Projects (Ongoing and Proposed Projects) Various transportation related Projects 2 Pavement Management Preventive Maintenance $500,000 $300,000 TOTALS $2,000,000 $1,465,700 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Cathedral City FY 2018 - 2019 City wide maintenance operations including pavement and median maintenance; street light energy; transportation and traffic related planning and development activities; pavement management planning; street design and related engineering activities; and maintenance of the traffic signal system. Date: Page 3 of 6 Prepared by: Bill Simons Phone #: (760) 770-0360 49 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:565,525 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:1546000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:2,111,525 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Public Works Department $1,510,000 $1,224,000 Capital Improvement Projects (Ongoing and Proposed Projects) Various transportation related Projects 2 Pavement Management Preventive Maintenance $500,000 $300,000 TOTALS $2,010,000 $1,524,000 City wide maintenance operations including pavement and median maintenance; street light energy; transportation and traffic related planning and development activities; pavement management planning; street design and related engineering activities; and maintenance of the traffic signal system. Phone #: (760) 770-0360 Date: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: Cathedral City Page 4 of 6 Prepared by: Bill Simons 50 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:587,525 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:1592000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:2,179,525 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Public Works Department $1,525,000 $1,285,200 Capital Improvement Projects (Ongoing and Proposed Projects) Various transportation related Projects 2 Pavement Management Preventive Maintenance $500,000 $300,000 TOTALS $2,025,000 $1,585,200 City wide maintenance operations including pavement and median maintenance; street light energy; transportation and traffic related planning and development activities; pavement management planning; street design and related engineering activities; and maintenance of the traffic signal system. Phone #: (760) 770-0360 Date: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: Cathedral City Page 5 of 6 Prepared by: Bill Simons 51 ATTACHMENT D **SAMPLE PROJECT STATUS REPORT FORMAT** Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status 1 Public Works Department $1,350,000 $1,350,000 Capital Improvement Projects (Ongoing and Proposed Projects) 2 ADA Transition Plan $22,000 $22,000 November 2015 Complete 3 Cathedral Canyon Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehabilitation $500,000 $42,000 October 2016 Design Phase 4 Date Palm Drive Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Rehabilitation $750,000 $49,000 October 2016 Design Phase TOTALS $2,622,000 $1,463,000 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: Cathedral City Page 6 of 6 Prepared by: Bill Simons City wide maintenance operations including pavement and median maintenance; street light energy; transportation and traffic related planning and development activities; pavement management planning; street design and related engineering activities; and maintenance of the traffic signal system. Phone #: (760) 770-0360 Date: PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM 52 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF COACHELLA FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 53 This page left intentionally blank. 54 55 56 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:$1,135,842 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:$627,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:$47,500 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$1,715,342 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:$627,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:$2,342,342 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2016-2017 (1) Tyler Street between Avenue 54 and Avenue 53 The project will improve street surface, full width of the roadway and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 605,000 590,000 2016-2017 (2) Bridge and northbound Indio Blvd overcrossing In accordance with the CVAG Agreement, the City of Coachella is responsible for a portion to be reimbursed for the construction of the Interchange. 179,600 71,240 2016-2017 (3) Avenue 52 from Harrison Street to Shady Lane The project will improve street surface, full width of the roadway and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 300,000 300,000 2016-2017 (4) Installation of five new traffic signals with street repair on Van Buren & Avenue 52, Van Buren & Avenue 51, Avenue 50 and Frederick, Avenue 50 and Calhoun, and Avenue 49 and Van Buren The project will improve street surface and the installation of handicap ramps as required. This project will eliminate four way stops to improve traffic flow and safety of motor vehicles. 1,950,000 225,000 2016-2017 (5) Pavement Management Program Update This project will update the payment management system to identify future street projects 35,000 35,000 TOTALS 3,069,600 1,221,240 Page 1 of 6 Prepared by: Jonathan Hoy P.E., City Engineer Phone #: 760-398-5744 Date: 5-2-16 ATTACHMENT B FIVE-YEAR CIP RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: City of Coachella 57 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:1,121,102 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:640,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:1,761,102 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2017-2018 (1) 14 locations of bike lanes, crosswalks, pathways for pedestrians, sidewalks, and asphalt work; Van Buren from Ave 52 to Ave 53, Van Buren on Ave 53 to Calle La Paz, Shady Lane from Ave 52 to Ave 53, Ave 55 to Van Buren, Ave 55 to existing sidewalk, Van Buren from Ave 54 to Ave 55, Ave 53 from Harrison to Shady Lane, Ave 53 Harrison to Tyler, Ave 53 and Calle La Paz, Ave 52 from Harrison to Calle Empalme, Ave 51 from Fredrick to Mecca, Ave 49 and Jazmine, Ave 49 from Fredrick to Grapefruit, Fredrick from Ave 49 to Mitchell. The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. 2,731,000 531,000 2017-2018 (2) Street Resurfacing Naomi Court from La Ponderosa to East End The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 98,760 98,760 2017-2018 (3) Perez from Naomi Court to La Hernandez The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 91,865 91,865 TOTALS 2,921,625 721,625 Phone #: 760-398-5744 Date: 5-2-16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM 2017 - 2018 Agency: City of Coachella Page 2 of 6 Prepared by: Jonathan Hoy P.E., City Engineer 58 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:1,039,477 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:653,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:1,692,477 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2018-2019 (1) Romaulda from Perez to La Hernandez East End The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 250,000 250,000 2018-2019 (2) Oritiz from Perez to La Hernandez; The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 300,000 300,000 TOTALS 550,000 550,000 Phone #: 760-398-5744 Date: 5-2-16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2018 - 2019 Agency: City of Coachella Page 3 of 6 Prepared by: Jonathan Hoy P.E., City Engineer 59 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:1,142,477 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:673,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:1,815,477 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2019-2020 (1) Via Conchilla from Avenida De Plata to Avenida De Platina The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 225,000 225,000 2019-2020 (2) Avenida De oro from Ave. 50 to Guitron The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 233,000 233,000 2019-2020 (3) Avenida Cortez from Ave. 50 to Calle Leon. The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 550,000 550,000 TOTALS 1,008,000 1,008,000 Phone #: 760-398-5744 Date: 5-2-16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: City of Coachella Page 4 of 6 Prepared by: Jonathan Hoy P.E., City Engineer 60 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:807,477 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:693,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:1,500,477 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2020-2021 (1) Calle Vega from Calle Leon to Paseo Laredo The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 245,000 245,000 2020-2021 (2) Paseo De Laredo from Frederick to Avenida Cortez The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 129,000 129,000 2020-2021 (3) Via Durango from Avenida Coez to End The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 100,000 100,000 2020-2021 (4) Ave. 48 from Van Buren West 1/4 mile. The project will improve the street pavement throughout the City. This will include repair or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, new overlay, and the installation of handicap ramps as required. The street pavements are identified from the Pavement Management Update. 219,000 219,000 TOTALS 693,000 693,000 Phone #: 760-398-5744 Date: 5-2-16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: City of Coachella Page 5 of 6 Prepared by: Jonathan Hoy P.E., City Engineer 61 ATTACHMENT D **SAMPLE PROJECT STATUS REPORT FORMAT** Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status 2015/2016 (1) Demolish existing bridge and northbound Indio Blvd overcrossing, replace with new six-lane bridge with bicycle lanes on each side and sidewalk on northbound side of Jefferson. Modify on and off-ramps; Westbound I-10 realigned, on-ramp removed, realigned, two-lane on-ramp from southbound Jefferson, new two- lane loop on-ramp from northbound Jefferson; Eastbound I-10 realigned, two lane off-ramp, existing on-ramp removed, new two-lane loop on-ramp add traffic signals eastbound and westbound on and off-ramps. In accordance with the CVAG Agreement, the City of Coachella is responsible for a portion to be reimbursed for the construction of the Interchange. 179,600 32,500 FY 16/17 The CVAG agreement is ongoing and should be completed FY 16/17. 2015/2016 (2) Improvements made to Tyler Street between Avenue 54 and Avenue 53 The project will improve street surface, full width of the roadway and the installation of handicap ramps as required. 605,000 15,000 FY 16/17 Tyler Street Improvements is also on going and should be completed in FY 16/17 TOTALS 784,600 47,500 Phone #: 760-398-5744 Date: May 2, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Agency: Page 6 of 6 Prepared by: Jonathan Hoy, P.E., City Engineer 62 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF CORONA FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 63 This page left intentionally blank. 64 I I ' I ! • j j PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ----·~--~--·•->-••--~'1·-f·----------··-·----~----~~~----~--~~-------~-·-~------~ -·-------~---,. .. -... , .. ., ... _______ ··---·---~--~ -------.. ____ _,_, __ -- (951) 736-2266 1 -! 400 SOUTH VICENTIA AVENUE, P.O. BOX 940, CORONA, CALIFORNIA 92879-0940 (951) 279-3627 (FAX) j CITY HALL -ON LINE ALL THE TIME (http://www.discovercorona.com) Nelson.Nelson@ci.corona.ca.u~ ! I I May 3, 2016 Theresia Trevino, Chief Financial Officer Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92502-2208 SUBJECT: MEASURE A FIVE YEAR PLAN, MOE CERTIFICATION STATEMENT, AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT Ms. Trevino: The following documents are enclosed for your review: • Measure A proposed FY 2016/17 through 2020/21 Capital Improvements Plan • Maintenance of Effort (MOE) signed certification statement • Program Status Report for current Fiscal Year 2015/16 • Measure A Annual Disbursement Projects received at the City The City's minimum MOE is set at $2,208,200; however, as of June 30, 2016, the City will have spent $7,314, 100 from Measure A and $44,997, 192 from other funds to support Measure A project expenditures. The document supporting the MOE calculations can be found attached, entitled "FY 2015/16 Construction and Maintenance Expenditures." The Measure A proposed FY 2016/17 through 2020/21 Capital Improvement Plan will be presented to our City Council for review at the Budget Workshop on May 26, 2016 and for adoption at the regularly scheduled City Council Meeting on June 1, 2016. If you have any questions please contact Kim Sitton, Finance Manager at (951) 279-3532. Sincerely, r~.3f-- Public Works Director Attachments c: Kim Sitton, Finance Manager Theresa Daily, Financial Analyst 65 FY 2016117 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERT/FICA TION STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for The City of Corona (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and base year amount of $2,208,200 approved by the Commission at its July 13, 2011 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated: 5-'-\ -\~ '2016 Darrell Talbert, City Manager 66 67 68 69 70 71 r Agency: City of Corona Prepared by: Dana Romeo·Powers Phone No.: (951) 279-3537 Date: April 25, 2016 Item No., Project Name and Description 2015 Street Pavement Maintenance and Rehabilitation Project Rehabilitation of approximately 41 lane-miles of major and local residential streets in the area west of Lincoln Avenue and south of River Road, and the area at the northeast intersection of Ontario Avenue and Magnolia Avenue; construction of an additional lane on the north side of Rincon Street between Lincoln Avenue and Alcoa Circle; replacement of damaged sidewalks, curbs, and gutters; retrofitting existing curb ramps; and installation of new curb ramps to meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. 2 Alley Improvements Design and construction of various alley improvements Citywide to provide safe and smooth driving conditions. 3 Arterial Widening Street widening in various areas throughout the City to complete the full width of street improvements. 4 Auto Center/Santa Fe Railroad Grade Separation Construction of a grade separation (bridge) over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad tracks at Auto Center Drive to eliminate the current at grade crossing. 5 Chase Drive Improvements Phase Ill Installation of a storm drain swale system, and construction of sidewalk and bike path improvements on Chase Drive from Sonrisa Drive to Garretson Avenue. 6 Citvwide Benchmark Update of Citywide benchmarks and adjustments to North American Datum (NAO) 83. 7 Citywide GIS Master Plan Acquisition of hardware and software, data conversion and applications development to expand the existing Geographic Information System, or GIS, for citywide implementation. 8 Citywide Miscellaneous ADA Facilities Construction of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant facilities within the public right of way. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 7140 6277 7081 7115 8605 6886 7103 7079 Project Type Streets and Storm Drains Streets and Storm Drains Streets and Storm Drains Streets and Storm Drains Streets and Storm Drains Streets and Storm Drains Facilities, Systems and Community Assets Streets and Storm Drains Total Cost $ 3, 112,852 I $ 2,528, 150 585,338 242,378 10,371,971 868,599 130,000 131,884 1,145 261,757 202,072 Status Jun-16 Under Construction On-going On-going On-going On-going Apr-16 Completed On-going Acquiring Right-of-way On-going On-going On-going On-going On-going On-going 72 I Agency: City of Corona Prepared by: Dana Romeo·Powers Phone No.: (951) 279-3537 Date: April 25, 2016 Item No., Project Name and Description 9 Citywide Traffic Model Update General Plan Circulation Element update. 10 Corona Storm Drain Line 52 Construction of a 72-inch storm drain line in Joy Street from the Temescal Channel to East Grand Boulevard to East Third Street. 11 Foothill Parkwall Easterll£ Improvements Road Improvements for Foothill Parkway from 1-15/ El Cerrito to California Avenue. Construction includes installation of curb and gutter, storm drain, AC pavement, widening and medians. 12 Foothill Parkwall Westerll£ Extension Design and construction of Foothill Parkway from Trudy Way to Paseo Grande, including full street improvements for a new four-lane roadway. 13 Gilbert Avenue and Sheridan Circle Street Improvement Project Street and drainage improvements on Gilbert Avenue and Sheridan Circle. 14 Green River Road Improvements Widen Green River road to four lanes between the 91 freeway and Palisades Drive. 15 Hidden Springs Drive Drainage Improvement Drainage improvement. 16 Local Street Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement rehabilitation for local streets in accordance with the current pavement management study. Rehabilitation may include reconstruction paving, crack sealing, slurry, etc. 17 Local Street Widening, Curb and Gutter Improvements Widening of local streets and installation of curbs, gutters, driveways, sidewalks, miscellaneous curb and gutter repair and related work. 18 Magnolia Avenue Median Improvement Modification of the medians on Magnolia Avenue between El Camino Avenue and Interstate 15. I RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Project I Project I Total FY 2015-16 No. Type Cost Actuals 6966 Streets and Storm Drains 150,000 -6291 Streets and Storm Drains 5, 147,370 -6306 Streets and Storm Drains 999,262 28,151 8604 Streets and Storm Drains 45,809,985 9, 137,674 7139 Streets and Storm Drains 490,000 382,873 6197 Streets and Storm Drains 5,991,955 486,259 7142 Streets and Storm Drains 25,000 18,154 6921 Streets and Storm Drains 1,698,429 106,139 7352 Streets and Storm Drains 613,850 5,423 7141 Streets and Storm Drains 175,000 157,450 Estimated Completion Status On-going On-going On-going Anticipate Construction August 2016 On-going Anticipate Construction August 2016 Jun-17 Under Construction Mar-16 Project Completed May-16 Under Construction Mar-16 Project Completed On-going On-going On-going On-going Mar-16 Project Completed 73 Agency: City of Corona Prepared by: Dana Romeo~Powers Phone No.: (951) 279-3537 Date: April 25, 2016 Item No., Project Name and Description I 19 Magnolia Avenue Widening I Widening of Magnolia Avenue between El Camino Avenue and All American Way, which includes widening of the bridge that crosses the Temescal Wash. 20 Major Streets Pavement Rehabilitation I Pavement rehabilitation for major thoroughfares in accordance with the pavement management program. Rehabilitation may include reconstruction paving, crack sealing, slurry, etc. 21 Miscellaneous Re11air and Re11lacement of Traffic Signals I Unscheduled repair/replacement of traffic signals and related facilities at various locations Citywide. Includes the repair or replacement of traffic signals, safety lights, street name signs, traffic control signs, signal poles, heads, etc.; rewiring old signals and damaged loops; and maintenance of the advance traffic management system. 22 Ontario Avenue Street lm11rovements I Cold in place recycling (CIR) of existing pavement along Ontario Avenue between California Avenue and Magnolia Avenue. 23 Overlook Street lm11rovements I Pavement rehabilitation for various roads in the Overlook area over several years. 24 Pavement Maintenance and Resurfacing I Resurface and repair potholes and miscellaneous pavement failures with City staff and/or contracted services. 25 Pavement Management Study I Ongoing field survey of local streets to be included in the Street Saver Program for the purpose of completing the City's street inventory, and maintaining current information for rehabilitation project planning. Annual Street Saver license and maintenance. 26 Public Safety Way Slurry Remove and replace failing asphalt, slurry and restripe roadway. 27 Safe Routes to School Cycle 3 Construct a cross walk signal on Fullerton north of Monarch. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Project Project No. I Type 11 Cost II Actuals II Completion I 6241 I Streets and Storm Drains I 201.023 I 41 On-going I 7080 I Streets and Storm Drains I 3,449,2441 620,9921 On-going I 7094 I Streets and Storm Drains I 116,5641 59,1251 On-going I 6969 lstreets and Storm Drains I 73,3981 1.530 I On-going I 6833 I Streets and Storm Drains I 690,8791 -1 On-going I 6922 I Streets and Storm Drains I 587,8081 243,8451 On-going I 7069 lstreets and Storm Drains I 89,7381 4,1831 On-going I 6965 Streets and Storm Drains Mar-16 6887 Streets and Storm Drains 15,877 On-going Status Design On-going On-going Anticipate Construction January 2017 Anticipate Construction June 2016 On-going On-going Complete On-going 74 I Agency: City of Corona Prepared by: Dana Romeo-Powers Phone No.: (951) 279-3537 Date: April 25, 2016 Item No., Project Name and Description 28 Sidewalk and ADA Improvements Replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalk, and drive approaches; installation of missing sidewalk, curb, gutter, access ramps, bike paths, root pruning, engineering, and incidental work; and construction, replacement, or installation of ADA-compliant facilities within the public right-of-way. 29 Sidewalk, Curb, and Gutter Repair/ReplacemenUMaintenance Street maintenance program for as-needed repairs or replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalk, and drive approaches. 30 Sidewalk Improvements 15-16 Provide improvements to sidewalks, driveway approaches, pedestrian curb ramps, and cross gutters within residential neighborhoods located in the CDBG target areas. 31 Smith Street Pavement Rehabilitation Grind and overlay Smith Street between SR-91 and Rincon. 32 SR-91 City Betterments In conjunction with the SR-91 Capital Improvement Project, the City will fund improvements to various local streets beyond the requirements for the SR-91 Project. 33 Striping Rehabilitation Upgrade and maintenance of Citywide striping using City staff and/or contract services; and rehabilitation and maintenance of the City's traffic system and transportation infrastructure. 34 Cost Allocation Plan (Overhead) TOTAL I RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Project I Project I Total FY 2015-16 No. Type Cost Actuals 8027 Streets and Storm Drains 1,131,003 7073 Streets and Storm Drains 622,340 219,026 6968 Streets and Storm Drains 1,097,586 -6889 Streets and Storm Drains 1,036,817 370,051 6967 Streets and Storm Drains 200,000 7292 Streets and Storm Drains 383,038 89,909 Operational 255,346 $ 83,468,893 $ 14,917,511 Estimated Completion Status On-going On-going On-going On-going Aug-16 Under Construction Jan-16 Project Completed On-going On-going On-going On-going 75 This page left intentionally blank. 76 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF DESERT HOT SPRINGS FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 77 This page left intentionally blank. 78 79 80 5780 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:$128,471 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:$498,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:$625,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$1,471 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:$483,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:$484,471 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Citywide resurfacing, curb, gutter & sidewalk repairs and Improvements and signage and striping Maintenance $1,445,780 $123,831 2 Debt Service for T.R.I.P. (Total Road Improvement Program Services 2012A COP'x (Certificate of Participation)Debt Service $398,000 $200,000 3 Jefferson Street and Palm Drive Interchange with I-10 R Reimbursement $22,000 $22,000 4 Indian Avenue Construction $200,000 $100,000 5 Indirect Costs Overhead $38,640 $38,640 2016-2017 TOTALS $2,104,420 $484,471 ATTACHMENT B SAMPLE FIVE-YEAR CIP FORMAT Phone #: 760-329-6411 Ext 216 Date: May 31, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: City of Desert Hot Springs Page of 1 of 6 Prepared by: Daniel Porras 81 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$0 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:$493,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:$493,000 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Citywide resurfacing, curb, gutter & sidewalk repairs and Improvements and signage and striping Maintenance $500,000 $253,560 2 Debt Service for T.R.I.P. (Total Road Improvement Program Services 2012A COP'x (Certificate of Participation)Debt Service $400,000 $200,000 3 Indirect Costs Overhead $39,440 $39,440 2017-2018 TOTALS 939,440 493,000 Date: May 31, 2016 Page of 2 of 6 Prepared by: Daniel Porras Phone #: 760-329-6411 Ext 216 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Desert Hot Springs 2017 - 2018 82 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:0 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:$503,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:$503,000 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Citywide resurfacing, curb, gutter & sidewalk repairs and Improvements and signage and striping Maintenance $630,000 $262,760 2 Debt Service for T.R.I.P. (Total Road Improvement Program Services 2012A COP'x (Certificate of Participation)Debt Service $401,000 $200,000 3 Indirect Costs Overhead $40,240 $40,240 2018-2019 TOTALS 1,071,240 503,000 Date: May 31, 2016 Page of 3 of 6 Prepared by: Daniel Porras Phone #: 760-329-6411 Ext 216 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Desert Hot Springs FY 2018 - 2019 83 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:0 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:$518,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:$518,000 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Citywide resurfacing, curb, gutter & sidewalk repairs and Improvements and signage and striping Maintenance $750,000 $276,560 2 Debt Service for T.R.I.P. (Total Road Improvement Program Services 2012A COP'x (Certificate of Participation)Debt Service $402,000 $200,000 3 Indirect Costs Overhead $41,440 $41,440 2019-2020 TOTALS 518,000 Phone #: 760-329-6411 Ext 216 Date: May 31, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: City of Desert Hot Springs Page 4 of 6 Prepared by: Daniel Porras 84 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:0 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:$534,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:534,000 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Citywide resurfacing, curb, gutter & sidewalk repairs and Improvements and signage and striping Maintenance $800,000 $291,280 2 Debt Service for T.R.I.P. (Total Road Improvement Program Services 2012A COP'x (Certificate of Participation)Debt Service $403,000 $200,000 3 Indirect Costs Overhead $42,720 $42,720 2020-2021 TOTALS 1,245,720 534,000 Phone #: 760-329-6411 Ext 216 Date: May 31, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: City of Desert Hot Springs Page 5 of 6 Prepared by: Daniel Porras 85 Agency: City of Desert Hot Springs Page 6 of 6 Prepared by: Daniel Porras Phone #: 760-329-6411 Ext 216 Date: May 31, 2016 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status 1 Citywide resurfacing, curb, gutter, and sidewalk repairs and improvements amnd signage and striping Maintenance $563 $59 on-going to be completed 2 Debt Service for T.R.I.P. (Total Road Improvement Program Services 2012A COP'x (Certificate of Participation) Debt Service $402 $200 on-going to be completed 3 Jefferson/I-10 and Date Palm/I-10 Interchange Reimbursement $13 $13 on-going to be completed 4 STP Slurry Project Hacienda Mission Lakes Surfacing $367 $185 on-going to be completed 5 Indirect Costs Overhead $39 $39 on-going to be completed 6 Hacienda Avenue and Verbena Drive Pedestrian Crossing Design and Construction $150 $129 Jun-16 Complete TOTALS 1,534 625 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 86 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF EASTVALE FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 87 This page left intentionally blank. 88 89 90 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:$3,176,595 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:$1,141,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:-$603,383 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$3,714,212 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:$1,251,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:$4,965,212 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2016-2017 1 Road Safety/Traffic Improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety and traffic improvements; traffic signal synchronization. 233,000$ 24,500$ 2 Street Improvement Program Widen, repair, or reconstruct roadways as needed.2,460,333$ 1,956,000$ 3 Citywide Maintenance Program Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling; repairs to streets and culvert/drainage facilities; storm damage/flood control projects. 1,185,000$ 1,185,000$ TOTALS 3,878,333$ 3,165,500$ FIVE-YEAR CIP Phone #: (951) 703-4473 Date: May 9, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: City of Eastvale Page 1 of 6 Prepared by: Joe Indrawan, City Engineer 91 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:1,799,712 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:1,276,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:3,075,712 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2017-2018 1 Road Safety/Traffic Improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety and traffic improvements; traffic signal synchronization. 20,000$ 20,000$ 2 Street Improvement Program Widen, repair, or reconstruct roadways as needed.1,683,333$ 600,000$ 3 Citywide Maintenance Program Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling; repairs to streets and culvert/drainage facilities; storm damage/flood control projects. 510,000$ 510,000$ TOTALS 2,213,333$ 1,130,000$ Date: May 9, 2016 Page 2 of 6 Prepared by: Joe Indrawan, City Engineer Phone #: (951) 703-4473 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Eastvale 2017 - 2018 92 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:1,945,712 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:1,302,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:3,247,712 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2018-2019 1 Road Safety/Traffic Improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety and traffic improvements; traffic signal synchronization. 20,000$ 20,000$ 2 Street Improvement Program Widen, repair, or reconstruct roadways as needed.1,683,333$ 600,000$ 3 Citywide Maintenance Program Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling; repairs to streets and culvert/drainage facilities; storm damage/flood control projects. 510,000$ 510,000$ TOTALS 2,213,333$ 1,130,000$ Date: May 9, 2016 Page 3 of 6 Prepared by: Joe Indrawan, City Engineer Phone #: (951) 703-4473 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Eastvale FY 2018 - 2019 93 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:2,117,712 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:1,341,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:3,458,712 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2019-2020 1 Road Safety/Traffic Improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety and traffic improvements; traffic signal synchronization. 20,000$ 20,000$ 2 Street Improvement Program Widen, repair, or reconstruct roadways as needed.850,000$ 600,000$ 3 Citywide Maintenance Program Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling; repairs to streets and culvert/drainage facilities; storm damage/flood control projects. 510,000$ 510,000$ TOTALS 1,380,000$ 1,130,000$ Phone #: (951) 703-4473 Date: May 9, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: City of Eastvale Page 4 of 6 Prepared by: Joe Indrawan, City Engineer 94 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:2,328,712 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:1,381,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:3,709,712 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2020-2021 1 Road Safety/Traffic Improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety and traffic improvements; traffic signal synchronization. 20,000$ 20,000$ 2 Street Improvement Program Widen, repair, or reconstruct roadways as needed.850,000$ 600,000$ 3 Citywide Maintenance Program Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling; repairs to streets and culvert/drainage facilities; storm damage/flood control projects. 510,000$ 510,000$ TOTALS 1,380,000$ 1,130,000$ Phone #: (951) 703-4473 Date: May 9, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: City of Eastvale Page 5 of 6 Prepared by: Joe Indrawan, City Engineer 95 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status 1 Road Safety/Traffic Improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety and traffic improvements; traffic signal synchronization. 722,387$ 23,000$ 23,000$ This is an annual program. Unexpended costs are carried over to next FY. 2 Street Improvement Program Widen, repair, or reconstruct roadways as needed. 5,208,736$ 544,293$ 544,293$ This is an annual program. Unexpended costs are carried over to next FY. 3 Citywide Maintenance Program Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling; repairs to streets and culvert/drainage facilities; storm damage/flood control projects. 1,031,658$ 36,090$ 36,090$ This is an annual program. Unexpended costs are carried over to next FY. TOTALS 6,962,781 603,383 603,383 Phone #: (951) 703-4473 Date: May 9, 2016 PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: City of Eastvale Page 6 of 6 Prepared by: Joe Indrawan, City Engineer 96 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF HEMET FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 97 This page left intentionally blank. 98 99 100 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance: $3,004,787.00FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue: $1,634,000.00FY 2015-16 Project Status Report Expenses:$425,000.00Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance $4,213,787.00Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation $1,783,000.00Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects: $5,996,787.00FY2016-17ItemNo.Project Name / Limits Project TypeTotal CostMeasure A Funds 1 FY 2016/17 Pavement Rehab (includes balance from Crack and Slurry Seal FY15-16)Pavement Maintenance & Improvements$3,209,000 $3,209,0002 Pavement Management Program (Development) Software/data/Maintenance Program$100,000$100,0003 Gilbert Street Rehab (continued from FY15-16)Pavement Maintenance & Improvements$574,450 $148,589TOTALS$3,883,450 $3,457,589Prepared by: Steven LatinoMEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAMPhone #: (951) 765-2362Date: May 5, 2016FIVE-YEAR CIPRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONFY 2016 - 2017Agency: City of HemetPage 1 of 5101 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $2,539,198.00Estimated FY 2017 - 2018 Measure A Allocation: $1,819,000.00Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017 - 2018: $4,358,198.00FY2017-18ItemNo.Project Name / Limits Project TypeTotal CostMeasure A Funds 1 FY 2017/18 Pavement Rehab Pavement Maintenance & Improvements$3,000,000$3,000,0002 Pavement Management Program (Maintenance) Software/data/Maintenance Program$50,000$50,000TOTALS$3,050,000$3,050,000Page 2 of 5Prepared by: Steven LatinoPhone #: (951) 765-2362Date: May 5, 2016FIVE-YEAR CIPRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONMEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAMAgency: City of HemetFY 2017 - 2018102 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $1,308,198.00Estimated FY 2017 - 2018 Measure A Allocation: $1,855,000.00Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017 - 2018: $3,163,198.00FY2018-19ItemNo.Project Name / Limits Project TypeTotal CostMeasure A Funds 1 FY 2018/19 Pavement Rehab Pavement Maintenance & Improvements$3,000,000$3,000,0002 Pavement Management Program (Update) Software/data/Maintenance Program$100,000$100,000TOTALS$3,100,000$3,100,000Page 3 of 5Prepared by: Steven LatinoPhone #: (951) 765-2362Date: May 5, 2016FIVE-YEAR CIPRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONMEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAMAgency: City of HemetFY 2018 - 2019103 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$63,198.00Estimated FY 2017 - 2018 Measure A Allocation: $1,911,000.00Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017 - 2018: $1,974,198.00FY2019-20ItemNo.Project Name / Limits Project TypeTotal CostMeasure A Funds 1 FY 2017/18 Pavement Rehab Pavement Maintenance & Improvements$1,924,198$1,924,1982 Pavement Management Program (Maintenance) Software/data/Maintenance Program$50,000$50,000TOTALS$1,974,198$1,974,198Page 4 of 5Prepared by: Steven LatinoPhone #: (951) 765-2362Date: May 5, 2016FIVE-YEAR CIPRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONMEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAMAgency: City of HemetFY 2019 - 2020104 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$0.00Estimated FY 2017 - 2018 Measure A Allocation: $1,968,000.00Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017 - 2018: $1,968,000.00FY2020-21ItemNo.Project Name / Limits Project TypeTotal CostMeasure A Funds 1 FY 2017/18 Pavement Rehab Pavement Maintenance & Improvements$1,940,787$1,940,7872 Pavement Management Program (Update) Software/data/Maintenance Program$100,000$100,000TOTALS$2,040,787$2,040,787Page 5 of 5Prepared by: Steven LatinoPhone #: (951) 765-2362Date: May 5, 2016FIVE-YEAR CIPRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONMEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAMAgency: City of HemetFY 2020 - 2021105 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended (6/30/2016) Estimated/Actual Completion Status 1 FY 2015/16 Pavement Rehab Grind/Overlay $1,750,000 $425,000 On-going City has been utilizing funds to repave streets in conjunction with County Flood Control. Will program money left into FY2016/17 Pavement Rehab. 2 Gilbert Street Rehab Street Rehabilitation/Curb and Gutter $574,450 $0 Apr-17 Anticipate authorization to proceed for STP funds October 2016, bid and construction to follow. 3 Citywide Slurry & Crack Seal Slurry/Crackfill $1,500,000 $0 On-going Will program money into FY2016/17 Pavement Rehab, upon completion of updated PMP TOTALS $3,824,450 $425,000 Prepared by: Steven Latino Phone #: (951) 765-2362 Date: May 5, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Agency: City of Hemet Page 1 of 1 106 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF INDIAN WELLS FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 107 This page left intentionally blank. 108 INDIAN.WELLS CALIFORNIA April 15, 2016 Riverside County Transportation Commission Attn: Grace Alvarez \D)~©~llW~~ IJ\\ APR 2 5 2016 l1!J RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92502-2208 Re: Measure "A": Local Streets and Roads Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan and Status Update Dear Ms. Alvarez: Attached is the City of Indian Wells Measure "A" Local Streets and Roads Five- Year Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Years 2016/17-2020/21. cc: Finance Director Sincerely, Ken Seumalo, P.E. Public Works Director 44-950 Eldorado Drive ~ Indian Wells. California 92210-7497 -V (760) 346-2489 F (760) 346-0407 109 FY 2016117 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERTIFICATION STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for the city of Indian Wells (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and a base year amount of $963,640, approved by the Commission at its July 13, 2011 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated: Ayr"1°I 11 ! 2016 110 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASUREALOCALFUNDSPROGRAM Agency: CITY OF INDIAN WELLS Page 1 of 5 FY 2016 • 2017 Prepared by: KEN SEUMALO, P.E., PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR Phone #: (760) 776-0237 Date: APRIL 15, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 100 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation: 273 ------ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects: 373 Item Total Cost Measure A No. Project Name I Limits Project Type ($000's) Funds ($000's) 2016-2017 1 Pavement Management Street Improvement 1,060 0 2 Citywide Parkways Street Improvement 585 373 TOTALS 1,645 373 111 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: CITY OF INDIAN WELLS Page 2 of 5 FY 2017 -2018 Prepared by: KEN SEUMALO, P.E., PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR Phone #: (760) 776-0237 Date: APRIL 15, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 0 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation: 278 ------ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects: 278 Item Total Cost Measure A No. Project Name I Limits Project Type ($000's) Funds ($000's) 2017-2018 1 Citywide Parkways Street Improvement 585 278 TOTALS 585 278 112 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASUREALOCALFUNDSPROGRAM Agency: CITY OF INDIAN WELLS Page 3 of 5 FY 2018 -2019 Prepared by: KEN SEUMALO, P.E., PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR Phone #: (760) 776-0237 Date: APRIL 15, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: O Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation: 284 ------ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects: 284 nem I Ota1 vOSt 1v1easure "' No. Project Name I Limits Project Type ($OOO's) Funds ($000's) 2018-2019 1 Sidewalk along south side of Street Improvement 75 0 Fairway Drive 2 Pavement Management Street Improvement 155 0 3 Citywide Parkways Street Improvement 585 284 TOTALS 815 284 113 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: CITY OF INDIAN WELLS Page 4 of 5 FY 2019 -2020 Prepared by: KEN SEUMALO, P.E., PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR Phone #: (760) 776-0237 Date: APRIL 15, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 0 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation: 293 ------ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects: 293 nem 1ota1 ~ost Measure A No. Project Name I Limits Project Type ($000's) Funds ($000's) 2019-2020 1 Pavement Management Street Improvement 26 0 2 Citywide Parkways Street Improvement 585 293 TOTALS 611 293 114 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: CITY OF INDIAN WELLS Page 5 of 5 FY 2020 -2021 Prepared by: KEN SEUMALO, P.E., PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR Phone #: (760) 776-0237 Date: APRIL 15, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: O Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation: 302 ------ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects: 302 1nem 1 oca1 \JOSc Measure A No. Project Name I Limits Project Type ($000's) Funds ($000's) 2020-2021 1 Citywide Parkways Street Improvement 585 302 TOTALS 585 302 115 Agency: CITY OF INDIAN WELLS Page 1 of 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Prepared by: KEN SEUMALO, P.E., PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR Phone #: (760) 776-0237 Date: April 15, 2016 Anticipated Measure A Funds Item Total Cost Expended($000's, Estimated/Actual No. Project Name I Limits Proiect Type ($000's) 6/30/2016) Comoletion 4 Citywide Parkways Street Improvement 585 300 6/30/2016 TOTALS 585 300 Status Ongoing 116 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF INDIO FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 117 This page left intentionally blank. 118 April 12, 2016 Ms. Grace Alvarez Programming and Planning Manager Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92501 ~~A~~30:i6~~ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Subject: Five Year Measure A Capital Improvement Plan (FY16/17 -FY20/21) Dear Ms. Alvarez: Enclosed is the City of India's submittal of the Five Year Measure A Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Years 16/17 to 20/21 to the Riverside County Transportation Commission for review and approval. The City's Maintenance of Effort certification is also enclosed, as well as a status report for projects utilizing Measure A funds in Fiscal Year 2015-2016. If you have any questions, please call me at (760) 391-4017. S'.nc_erely, / , //,vv~ Timothy T. Wassil, PE, PMP, CCM Public Works Director cc: Juan Raya, PE City Engineer Brian Kinder, Accountant p: 760.391.4000 · f: 760.391.4008 · 100 Civic Center Mall Indio, CA 92201 · www.INDIO.org 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 This page left intentionally blank. 128 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 129 This page left intentionally blank. 130 Brad Hancock, Mayor . Laura Roughton, Mayor Pro Tern Brian Berkson, Council Member. Frank Johnston, Council Member. Verne Lauritzen, Council Member May 6, 2016 Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager Riverside County Transportation Commission P.O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502-2208 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION RE: Fiscal Year 2016/17 Maintenance of Effort Certification Statement (Measure "A" Local Streets and Roads Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan At their May 5, 2016 meeting, the Jurupa Valley City Council approved the Measure "A" Local Streets and Roads Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan and adopted the Fiscal Year 2016117 Maintenance of Effort Certification Statement. Enclosed for your files is the executed Fiscal Year 2016/17 Maintenance of Effort Certification Statement along with the Measure "A" Local Streets and Roads Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan. If you have any questions, please contact me at (951) 332-6464. V,@y truly yours, d--)-}lr bra L. McNay, MMC Dep y City Clerk Enclosure 8930 Limonite Avenue, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509-5183, (951) 332-6464 www.jurupavalley.org 131 Laura Roughton, Mayor. Verne Lauritzen, Mayor Pro Tern. Brian Berkson, Council Member. Frank Johnston, Council Member. Brad Hancock, Council Member FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2016117 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERTIFICATION STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for the city of Jurupa Valley (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and a base year amount of $0, scheduled for approval by the Commission at its July, 2016 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated: __.._f71:..,...k __ , ...... ·~_/J_6...__2016 /~ ~ITEST SECRETARY 8930 Limonite Ave., Jurupa Valley, CA 92509-5183, (951) 332-6464 www.jurupavalley.org 132 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Measure A Funds Budget ($000's) Measure A Funds Expended($000's) Estimated Completion Status 2015.1 Limonite Pavement Rehabilitation and Shoulder Improvement Pavement Reconstruction 454 454 445 April, 2016 Complete 2015.2 Pacific Ave Pavement Rehabilitation: From 45th St. to Mission Blvd. (Coordination with RCSD Water Project). Pavement Rehab 0 0 0 - Delayed to FY19/20 2015.3 Golden West Sidewalk Infill Project (45th Street to Rathke Ave.) Sidewalk Infill 107 22 20 December, 2016 Design Complete; Construction Delayed to FY16/17 2015.4 Mission Blvd. Bridge (PA/ED) Co-op agreement with Riverside County 54 - - -On-going 2015.5 Camino Real Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Reconstruction and Traffic Improvemetns 188 188 188 -Complete 2015.6 Annual (FY 15/16) Miscellaneous St Pavement Program Pavement Rehab 1,181 946 946 April, 2016 Complete 2015.7 Annual (FY 15/16) Roadway Safety and Traffic Improvement Program Traffic Improvements 30 30 30 May, 2016 Complete 2015.8 Annual (FY 15/16) Miscellaneous St Maintenance Program (Slurry/Crack Seal Street Maintenance - - 0 -Did not Complete for FY15/16 2015.9 8% Overhead/ Administration Administration 147 147 125 June, 2016 Complete 2015.10 Van Buren Pavement Rehab Ph 1A; Limonite to 56th Pavement Rehab 38 38 38 December, 2016 Environmental Clearance 2015.11 Pyrite St Pavement Rehab; Jurupa to Lone Trail Co-op agreement with Riverside County Flood Control 310 310 200 March, 2016 Complete 2015.12 Limonite Widening; Etiwanda to Bain Street Widening 504 504 504 March, 2017 Going Out to Bid 2015.13 Bellegrave Ave Pavement Rehab; Wineville to Day Creek Channel Pavement Rehab 35 35 31 February, 2016 Complete TOTALS 3,048 2,674 2,527 Phone #: 951-332-6464 Date: 4/25/2016 Updated: 6/10/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Agency: Jurupa Valley Page 1 of 6 Prepared By: Chase Keys 133 JURUPA VALLEY FIVE YEAR CIP Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:855 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:1,974 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:2,829 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Measure A Funds ($000's) 2016.1 Limonite Ave Widening; Etiwanda to Bain Road Widening 4,300 500 2016.2 Payback of MARA Advance 300 300 2016.3 Van Buren Blvd Pavement Rehab Ph 1A; Limonite to 56th Pavement Rehab 850 450 2016.4 Golden West Sidewalk Infill Project (45th Street to Rathke Ave.)Sidewalk Infill 385 185 2016.5 Mission Blvd. Bridge (PA/ED) Co-op agreement with Riverside County 54 54 2016.6 Annual Misc. Street Pavement Rehab Program Pavement Rehab 250 250 2016.7 Troth St Sidewalk Project; 58th to Jurupa Sidewalk Infill 752 250 2016.8 8% Overhead/ Administration Administration 159 159 TOTALS 2,148 . RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Jurupa Valley FY 2017-2021 Updated: 6/10/16 Date: 4/25/2016 Page 2 of 6 Prepared By: Chase Keys Phone #: 951-332-6464 134 JURUPA VALLEY FIVE YEAR CIP Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:681 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:2,013 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:2,694 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2017.1 Payback of MARA Advance 867 867 2017.2 Mission Blvd. Bridge (PA/ED) Co-op agreement with Riverside County 54 54 2017.3 Annual Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Rehab 750 750 2017.4 Annual (FY 16/17) Miscellaneous St Maintenance Program (Slurry/Crack Seal Street Maintenance 200 200 2017.5 8% Overhead/ Administration Administration 150 150 TOTALS 2,021 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Jurupa Valley FY 2017-2021 Updated: 6/10/16 Date: 4/25/2016 Page 3 of 6 Prepared By: Chase Keys Phone #: 951-332-6464 135 JURUPA VALLEY FIVE YEAR CIP Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:673 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:2,053 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:2,726 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2018.1 Van Buren Blvd Pavement Rehab Ph 2; Jurupa to Bellegrave Pavement Rehab 1,300 300 2018.2 Country Village Rd Pavement Rehab Ph 2 Pavement Rehab 600 600 2018.3 Mission Blvd. Bridge (PS&E) Co-op agreement with Riverside County 35 35 2018.4 Annual Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Rehab 750 750 2018.5 Annual (FY 17/18) Miscellaneous St Maintenance Program (Slurry/Crack Seal Street Maintenance 200 200 2018.6 8% Overhead/ Administration Administration 151 151 TOTALS 2,036 Updated: 6/10/16 Phone #: 951-332-6464 Date: 4/25/2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2017-2021 Agency: Jurupa Valley Page 4 of 6 Prepared By: Chase Keys 136 JURUPA VALLEY FIVE YEAR CIP Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:690 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:2,115 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:2,805 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2019.1 Pacific Ave Pavement Rehab; Limonite to Mission Pavement Rehab 600 600 2019.2 46th St Pavement Rehab; Crestmore to E/o Fort Pavement Rehab 500 250 2019.3 Mission Blvd. Bridge (Construction) Co-op agreement with Riverside County 240 240 2019.4 Annual Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Rehab 750 750 2019.5 Annual (FY 18/19) Miscellaneous St Maintenance Program (Slurry/Crack Seal Street Maintenance 200 200 2019.6 8% Overhead/ Administration Administration 163 163 TOTALS 2,203 Updated: 6/10/16 Phone #: 951-332-6464 Date: 4/25/2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2017-2021 Agency: Jurupa Valley Page 5 of 6 Prepared By: Chase Keys 137 JURUPA VALLEY FIVE YEAR CIP Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:602 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:2,020 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:2,622 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2020.1 Rubidoux Blvd. Pavement Rehab; Mission to SR60 Pavement Rehab 650 450 2020.2 Valley Wy Pavement Rehab; Mission to Jurupa Pavement Rehab 400 400 2020.3 Annual Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Rehab 750 750 2020.4 Mission Blvd. Bridge (Construction) Co-op agreement with Riverside County 240 240 2020.5 Annual (FY 19/20) Miscellaneous St Maintenance Program (Slurry/Crack Seal Street Maintenance 200 200 2020.6 8% Overhead/ Administration Administration 163 163 TOTALS 2,203 Updated: 6/10/16 Phone #: 951-332-6464 Date: 4/25/2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2017-2021 Agency: Jurupa Valley Page 6 of 6 Prepared By: Chase Keys 138 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF LA QUINTA FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 139 This page left intentionally blank. 140 May 5, 2016 lol~©~UW~~ iffi MAY O 3 2016 lYJ RIVERSIDE COUNTY fRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Grace Alvarez Programming and Planning Manager Riverside County Transportation Commission P.O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502-2208 Subject: City of La Quinta Fiscal Year 2016/2017 -2020/2021 Measure A Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan and Maintenance of Effort Certification Dear Ms. Alvarez, The City of La Quinta respectfully submits its Measure A Capital Improvement Plan, Project Status Report and Maintenance of Effort Certification for the Commission's review and approval. The City of La Quinta is a full participant in the Coachella Valley Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) and the Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF) Programs. Please do not hesitate to contact Timothy R. Jonasson, P.E., Design and Development Director/City Engineer, at (760) 777-7042 or Nick Nickerson, Project Manager, at (760) 323-5344 if you have questions or require additional information. Enclosures 78-495 Calle Tampico I La Quinta I California 92253 I 760.777.7000 I www.La-Quinta.org 141 FY 2016117 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERTIFICATION STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for the City of La Quinta (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and a base year amount of $937,007, approved by the Commission at its June 12, 2013 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated:5 ~ 6 ,2016 ATTEST: S~ls,~ 142 ATTACHMENTS RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of La Quinta Page 1 of 5 Prepared by: Timothy R. Jonasson, City Engineer Phone#: (760) 777-4042 Date: May 3, 2016 FY 2016 -2017 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance: $717,975 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue: $749,500 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses: _ _.($'"'1"",0"'3""7"',2"'2.J.1) Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $430,254 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation: ___ $~7_5_2~,5_00_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects: $1, 182, 754 Item Total Cost Measure A No. Project Name I Limits ProiectTvDA Funds I 2016-2017 1 Citywide Street and Traffic Signal Maintenance Program Annual Recurring Program 235,000 235,000 2 Dune Palms Road Improvements (Black Hawk Way to Whitewater Channel) Carry-over Project 2,483,000 347,715 3 Eisenhower Drive Pavement Rehabilitation Carry-over Project 400,000 40,240 4 New Traffic Signal (Jefferson at Dunbar) Carry-over Project 430,000 47,065 5 Eisenhower Drive at Montezuma Roundabout Traffic Control 719,900 289,900 6 HSIP Intersection Improvements Traffic Control 1,260,400 126,100 TOTALS $5,528,300 $1,086,020 143 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORT AT/ON COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM 2017-2018 Agency: City of La Quinta Page2 of 5 Prepared by: Timothy R. Jonassen, City Engineer Phone#: (760) 777-4042 Date: May 3, 2016 Item No. Proiect Name I Limits 2017-2018 1 Citywide Street and Traffic Signal Maintenance Program 2 Highway 111 at La Quinta Center Drive (Dual Left Turn Lanes) Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $96, 734 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation: __ ~$_76_7~,50_0_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects: $864,234 Total Cost Measure A Proiect Tvoe Funds Annual Recurring Program $235,000 $235,000 Street Improvement $600,000 $600,000 TOTALS $835,000 $835,000 144 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORT AT/ON COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of La Quinta Page3 of 5 Prepared by: Timothy R. Jonassen, City Engineer Phone#: (760) 777-4042 Date: May3, 2016 I Item No. Proiect Name I Limits 2018-201~ 1 Citywide Street and Traffic Signal Maintenance Program 2 Fred Waring Drive Reconstruction FY 2018 -2019 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: *Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation: Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects: Proiect Tvoe Total Cost Annual Recurring Program $235,000 Pavement Rehabilitation $670,000 TOTALS $905,000 . . *Ant1c1pates the City TUMF Shortfall is paid back to CVAG dunng this Fiscal Year . $29,234 $960,574 $989,808 Measure A Funds $235,000 $670,000 $905,000 145 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of La Quinta Page4 of 5 Prepared by: Timothy R. Jonasson, City Engineer Phone#: (760) 777-4042 Date: May3, 2016 11tem No. Proiect Name I Limits 2019-2020 1 Citywide Street and Traffic Signal Maintenance Program 2 Washington Street at Washington Park Left Turn Lane 3 Village Complete Streets - A Road Diet Project FY 2019 -2020 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $84,808 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation: __ ~$_1~,6_1_3~,o_oo_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects: $1,697,808 lotal Cost Measure A Proiect Tvoe Funds Annual Recurring Program $235,000 $235,000 Street Improvement $160,000 $160,000 Street Improvement $1,250,000 $1,250,000 TOTALS $1,645,000 $1,645,000 146 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of La Quinta Page5 of 5 Prepared by: Timothy R. Jonasson, City Engineer Phone#: (760) 777-4042 Date: May3, 2016 FY 2020 -2021 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $52,808 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation: __ ... $_1.._,6_6_1 ..... oo_o_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects: $1, 713,808 11tem Total Cost Measure A No. Proiect Name I Limits Proiect Tvoe Funds 2020-2021 1 Citywide Street and Traffic Signal Maintenance Program Annual Recuning Program $235,000 $235,000 2 New Traffic Signal (Dune Palms Road@ Corporate Center Drive) T raffle Control $430,000 $430,000 3 Highway 111/Simon Drive Left Tum Lanes Street Improvement $650,000 $650,000 4 Wasington Street at Miles Ave Dual Left Tum Lanes Street Improvement $765,000 $382,500 TOTALS $2,080,000 $1,697,500 147 ATTACHMENT C Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended (6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status 1 Citywide Street and Traffic Signal Maintenance Program Street/Signal Maintenance $511,909 $297,570 30-Jun-16 Annual Recurring Program 2 Dune Palms Road Improvements (Black Hawk Way to Whitewater Channel)Street Improvement $2,483,000 $26,380 30-Jun-17 PA/ED/PS&E Phase(s) 3 Eisenhower Drive Pavement Rehabilitation Street Rehabilitation $400,000 $359,760 31-Jul-16 Under Construction 4 New Traffic Signal (Jefferson St. at Dunbar) Traffic Control $430,000 $435 30-Dec-16 Under Construction 5 Adams Street Signal and Street Improvements Street Improvement $1,116,122 $35,746 12-Aug-15 Project Complete 6 Avenue 52 at Jefferson Street Roundabout Striping Modification Traffic Control $405,010 $317,330 19-Jan-15 Project Complete TOTALS $5,346,041 $1,037,221 Phone #: (760) 777-4042 Date: May 3, 2016 PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: City of La Quinta Page 1 of 1 Prepared by: Timothy R. Jonasson, City Engineer 148 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 149 This page left intentionally blank. 150 ~ DREAM E,X'TREME May 2, 2016 fD)g©g~'XiJg~ \1\\ MAY 09 2016 IRAN~~~~fiat?88~liiss1GN Ms. Grace Alvarez Programming & Planning Manager Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92502-2208 Subject: City of Lake Elsinore Measure A Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan (FYs 2016/2017 -2020/2021) Dear Ms. Alvarez: The City of Lake Elsinore has updated the Five Year Plan and the following documents are enclosed for your review: • City of Lake Elsinore Maintenance of Effort (MOE) signed Certification Statement for FY 2016-2017 • Measure A Five-Year CIP plans for FYs 2016/2017 -2020/2021 • Project Status Report for FY 2015-16 Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me at (951) 674-3124 x 212. Sincerely, Brad Fagrell City Engineer 951.674.3124 130 S. MAIN STREET LAKE ELSINORE, CA 92530 WWW.LAKE-ELSINORE.ORG 151 FY 2016117 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERTIFICATION STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for the city of Lake Elsinore (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and a base year amount of $960, 771, approved by the Commission at its July 13, 2011 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated: '{!jay / t 2016 ATTES : ~ ~· 152 Agency: CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE Page:1 OF 6 Prepared by: SHANNON BUCKLEY Phone #: 951-674-3124 x 309 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:930,300$ Date: May 2, 2016 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:1,159,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:1,203,177 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:886,123$ Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:1,282,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:2,168,123$ 2016-2017 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 ANNUAL CITYWIDE CURB, GUTTER & SIDEWALK PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 55,000$ $ 55,000 2 ANNUAL CITYWIDE ROADWAY DRAINAGE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 100,000 100,000 3 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 123,257 50,000 4 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 351,700 351,700 5 ANNUAL CITYWIDE TRAFFIC STRIPING MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 175,000 175,000 6 GUNNERSON REHABILITATION PHASE I - CITY/STATE PROJECT; CITY CONTRIBUTION TO STATE ROADWAY PROJECT.REHABILITATION 12,195,210 436,423 7 I-15/STATE ROUTE 74 INTERCHANGE PROJECT - PA&ED PHASE OF IC AND RAMP IMPROVEMENTS.CONSTRUCTION 2,400,000 300,000 8 MAIN STREET INTERCHANGE - PSR FOR IC IMPROVEMENTS AND ROAD WIDENING.CONSTRUCTION 3,400,000 200,000 9 DEBT SERVICE - LOCAL MEASURE A SALES TAX REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION, SERIES 2014A (T.R.I.P. - TOTAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM)DEBT SERVICE 500,000 500,000 TOTALS 19,300,167$ 2,168,123$ ATTACHMENT B SAMPLE FIVE-YEAR CIP FORMAT RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 153 Agency: CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE Page:2 OF 6 Prepared by: SHANNON BUCKLEY Phone #: 951-674-3124 x 309 Date: May 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:1,308,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:1,308,000$ 2017-2018 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 ANNUAL CITYWIDE CURB, GUTTER & SIDEWALK PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 55,000$ $ 55,000 2 ANNUAL CITYWIDE ROADWAY DRAINAGE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 140,000 140,000 3 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 100,000 50,000 4 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 348,000 348,000 5 ANNUAL CITYWIDE TRAFFIC STRIPING MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 215,000 215,000 6 DEBT SERVICE - LOCAL MEASURE A SALES TAX REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION, SERIES 2014A (T.R.I.P. - TOTAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM)DEBT SERVICE 500,000 500,000 TOTALS 1,358,000$ 1,308,000$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM 2017 - 2018 154 Agency: CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE Page:3 OF 6 Prepared by: SHANNON BUCKLEY Phone #: 951-674-3124 x 309 Date: May 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:1,334,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:1,334,000$ 2018-2019 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 ANNUAL CITYWIDE CURB, GUTTER & SIDEWALK PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 55,000$ $ 55,000 2 ANNUAL CITYWIDE ROADWAY DRAINAGE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 190,000 190,000 3 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 50,000 50,000 4 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 452,562 324,000 5 ANNUAL CITYWIDE TRAFFIC STRIPING MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 215,000 215,000 6 DEBT SERVICE - LOCAL MEASURE A SALES TAX REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION, SERIES 2014A (T.R.I.P. - TOTAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM)DEBT SERVICE 500,000 500,000 TOTALS 1,462,562$ 1,334,000$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2018 - 2019 155 Agency: CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE Page:4 OF 6 Prepared by: SHANNON BUCKLEY Phone #: 951-674-3124 x 309 Date: May 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:1,374,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:1,374,000$ 2019-2020 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 ANNUAL CITYWIDE CURB, GUTTER & SIDEWALK PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 55,000$ $ 55,000 2 ANNUAL CITYWIDE ROADWAY DRAINAGE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 200,000 200,000 3 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 50,000 50,000 4 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 475,000 354,000 5 ANNUAL CITYWIDE TRAFFIC STRIPING MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 215,000 215,000 6 DEBT SERVICE - LOCAL MEASURE A SALES TAX REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION, SERIES 2014A (T.R.I.P. - TOTAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM)DEBT SERVICE 500,000 500,000 TOTALS 1,495,000$ 1,374,000$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 156 Agency: CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE Page:5 OF 6 Prepared by: SHANNON BUCKLEY Phone #: 951-674-3124 x 309 Date: May 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:1,415,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:1,415,000$ 2020-2021 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 ANNUAL CITYWIDE CURB, GUTTER & SIDEWALK PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 90,000$ $ 90,000 2 ANNUAL CITYWIDE ROADWAY DRAINAGE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 200,000 200,000 3 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 56,000 56,000 4 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 475,000 . 5 ANNUAL CITYWIDE TRAFFIC STRIPING MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE MAINTENANCE 215,000 215,000 6 DEBT SERVICE - LOCAL MEASURE A SALES TAX REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION, SERIES 2014A (T.R.I.P. - TOTAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM)DEBT SERVICE 500,000 500,000 TOTALS 1,536,000$ 1,061,000$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 157 ATTACHMENT D **SAMPLE PROJECT STATUS REPORT FORMAT** Agency: CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE Page:6 OF 6 Prepared by: SHANNON BUCKLEY Phone #: 951-674-3124 x 309 Date: May 2, 2016 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status 1 ANNUAL CITYWIDE ROADWAY DRAINAGE REPAIR & MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE Z10000 MAINTENANCE 800,000 4,309 6/30/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 2 ANNUAL CITYWIDE CURB, GUTTER & SIDEWALK PROGRAM - CITYWIDE Z10001 MAINTENANCE 300,000 38,364 6/30/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 3 ANNUAL CITYWIDE TRAFFIC STRIPING MAINTENANCE - CITYWIDE Z10004 MAINTENANCE 1,055,000 87,349 6/30/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 4 ANNUAL PAVEMENT MANGEMENT PROGRAM - MAINTENANCE - - REMOVE PROJECT 5 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM - CITYWIDE Z10014 MAINTENANCE 1,920,261 351,700 6/30/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 6 PAVEMENT REHABILITATION PROGRAM - CITYWIDE Z10008 MAINTENANCE 5,144,728 145,157 6/30/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 7 AVENUE 7 SIDEWALK & STREET IMPROVEMENTS - Z10013 CONSTRUCTION 893 893 6/30/2016 PROJECT COMPLETE 8 I-15/STATE ROUTE 74 INTERCHANGE PROJECT - PA&ED PHASE OF IC AND RAMP IMPROVEMENTS. Z10015 CONSTRUCTION 1,083,000 12,079 6/30/2017 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 9 I-15/RAILROAD CANYON SB DECELERATION LANE - CO-OP AGREEMENT WITH CALTRANS/CONSTRUCT DECEL LANE ON SB I-15 AT RCR. 4432 CONSTRUCTION 1,425,000 - 12/31/2015 PROJECT IS COMPLETE FOR FY15-16 10 MAIN STREET INTERCHANGE - PSR FOR IC IMPROVEMENTS AND ROAD WIDENING.Z10017 CONSTRUCTION 950,000 58,984 10/30/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 11 GRAND AVE. REHABILITATION - CITY/COUNTY PROJECT; CITY CONTRIBUTION TO COUNTY ROADWAY PROJECT. Z10018 CONSTRUCTION 500,000 - 10/30/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 12 I-15/FRANKLIN STREET INTERCHANGE PH 2 - Z10023 CONSTRUCTION 250,000 - 6/30/2017 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 13 GUNNERSON REHABILITATION PHASE I - CITY/STATE PROJECT; CITY CONTRIBUTION TO STATE ROADWAY PROJECT. 4350 CONSTRUCTION 1,200,000 - 12/31/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE 14 DEBT SERVICE - LOCAL MEASURE A SALES TAX REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION, SERIES 2014A (T.R.I.P. - TOTAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM)2,500,000 495,687 ANNUAL CITYWIDE SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS - CITYWIDE Z10010 MAINTENANCE 550,000 8,655 6/30/2016 PROJECT IS ON SCHEDULE TOTALS 17,678,882$ 1,203,177$ PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 158 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF MENIFEE FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 159 This page left intentionally blank. 160 Scott A. Mann Mayor Greg August Mayor Pro Tem Lesa Sobek Councilmember Matthew Liesemeyer Councilmember John V. Denver Councilmember 29714 Haun Road Menifee, CA 92586 Phone 951.672.6777 Fax 951.679.3843 www.cityofmenifee.us May 9, 2016 Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92501 Attn: Ms. Grace Alvarez Planning & Programming Manager Subject: CIP and Project Status Report Ms. Alvarez Enclosed please find the City of Menifee's Measure A Local Funds Capital Improvement Program for FY 2016117 through 2020/21 and the project status report for FY 2015/16. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions or need additional information. Thanks you, Bruce Foltz Finance Director 161 City of Menifee Bruce Foltz 951-723-3703 May 6, 2016 Item Numb Project Name Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status 1 Bond Payment for TRIP Financing Debt Service 20,000,000$ 1,303,588$ 30 Year Bond Payment Active 2 Pavement Management Program Maintenance 1,450,000$ 763,076$ Yearly Road Maint.Active 3 Bradley Bridge Study 499,903$ 309,759$ FY 2019-2021 Preliminary Design 4 McCall Interchange Road Widening 189,759$ 22,801$ FY 2019-2021 Preliminary Design 5 Encanto Road Reconstruction Reconstruction 221,181$ 221,181$ FY 2015-16 Complete 6 County Repayment for Slurry Seal Debt Service 156,000$ 156,000$ FY 2015-16 Ending 2015/16 7 Newport Road Haun to Bradley Road Widening 204,000$ 134,537$ FY 2016-17 Preliminary Design 8 Newport Road Bradley to Murrieta Improvements 1,050,000$ 50,000$ FY 2016-17 Preliminary Design Total 23,770,843$ 2,960,941$ Page 1 of 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 162 City of Menifee Bruce Foltz 951-723-3703 May 6, 2016 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance: 3,994,808$ FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue: 1,476,000$ FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses: 2,960,941$ Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 2,509,867$ Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation: 1,599,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects: 4,108,867$ Item Number Project Name Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Bond Payment for TRIP Financing Debt Service 20,000,000$ 1,302,488$ 2 Pavement Management Program Maintenance 1,500,000$ 475,000$ 3 I 215/Newport Rd Interchange Road Widening 313,668$ 313,668$ 4 Bradley Bridge Study 499,903$ 190,144$ 5 Newport Road Bradley to Murrieta Road Widening 1,000,000$ 1,000,000$ 6 Newport Road Haun to Bradley Improvements 204,000$ 69,463$ 7 Briggs Road Road Widening 280,000$ 280,000$ 8 Holland Rd South & Haun Rd West Road Widening 370,000$ 370,000$ 9 Goetz Road Improvements 85,000$ 85,000$ Total 24,252,571$ 4,085,763$ 23,104$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016-2017 Page 2 of 6 Balance Remaining 163 City of Menifee Bruce Foltz 951-723-3703 May 6, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 23,104$ Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation: 1,631,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects: 1,654,104$ Item Number Project Name Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Bond Payment for TRIP Financing Debt Service 20,000,000$ 1,301,088$ 2 Pavement Management Program Maintenance 1,600,000$ 300,000$ Total 21,600,000$ 1,601,088$ 53,016$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2017-2018 Page 3 of 6 Balance Remaining 164 City of Menifee Bruce Foltz 951-723-3703 May 6, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 53,016$ Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation: 1,664,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects: 1,717,016$ Item Number Project Name Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Bond Payment for TRIP Financing Debt Service 20,000,000$ 1,305,488$ 2 Pavement Management Program Maintenance 1,750,000$ 350,000$ Total 21,750,000$ 1,655,488$ 61,528$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2018-2019 Page 4 of 6 Balance Remaining 165 City of Menifee Bruce Foltz 951-723-3703 May 6, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 61,528$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation: 1,714,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects: 1,775,528$ Item Number Project Name Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Bond Payment for TRIP Financing Debt Service 20,000,000$ 1,304,088$ 2 Pavement Management Program Maintenance 1,800,000$ 400,000$ Total 21,800,000$ 1,704,088$ 71,440$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019-2020 Page 5 of 6 Balance Remaining 166 City of Menifee Bruce Foltz 951-723-3703 May 6, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 71,440$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation: 1,765,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects: 1,836,440$ Item Number Project Name Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Bond Payment for TRIP Financing Debt Service 20,000,000$ 1,302,838$ 2 Pavement Management Program Maintenance 1,800,000$ 500,000$ Total 21,800,000$ 1,802,838$ 33,602$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020-2021 Balance Remaining Page 6 of 6 167 This page left intentionally blank. 168 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF MORENO VALLEY FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 169 This page left intentionally blank. 170 SM/GA/ED 171 172 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:$8,387,735 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:$3,611,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status Report Expenses:($6,215,000) Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$5,783,735 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:$3,889,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:$9,672,735 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2016-2017 1 Measure A Program Budget Provide cost effective administrative functions for essential transportation projects and services: annual update of the Five-Year CIP, revisions to Standard Plans, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Management, Pavement Management Program, preparation of grant applications, quarterly utility coordination, and project engineering and right of way services for unfunded new projects.Program Budget 244 244 2 Public Works - Sign/Striping Operating Budget 1,180 1,180 3 Public Works - Street Maintenance Operating Budget 86 86 4 Indirect Cost Rate (Including Leave Buyouts)Overhead Costs 435 110 5 Transfer to DIF Arterial Streets/2005 Lease Revenue Bonds Debt Service 1,084 1,084 6 Transfer to TRIP Debt Service Debt Service 1,489 1,489 7 Alessandro Blvd / Elsworth St Intersection Imprv Street Improvements 759 76 8 Alessandro Boulevard Entry Monument Signs Street Improvements 70 70 9 Annual ADA Compliant Curb Ramp Upgrades Street Improvements 314 314 10 Bike Lane Improvements Street Improvements 142 111 11 Citywide Annual Pavement Resurfacing Street Improvements 1,050 1,050 12 Edgemont Neighborhood Pavement Resurfacing Street Improvements 320 320 13 Heacock St / Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral A to Cactus Ave Street Improvements 372 357 14 Nason Street / Cactus Avenue to Fir Avenue Street Improvements 10 10 15 Pavement Rehabilitation Street Improvements 100 100 16 Property Acquisition for Street Purposes Street Improvements 25 25 17 Reche Vista Dr Realignment / Perris Blvd / Heacock St to NCL Street Improvements 600 300 18 Residential Traffic Management Program (Speed Humps)Street Improvements 75 75 19 SR-60 / Moreno Beach Dr South Side of Interchange (Phase 1)Street Improvements 35 10 20 SR-60 / Theodore Street Interchange Street Improvements 1,087 503 21 Street Improvement Program Street Improvements 3,221 620 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: City of Moreno Valley Page 1 of 6 Prepared by: Linda Wilson Phone #: 951-413-3132 Date: April 19, 2016 173 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2016-2017 22 Sunnymead Blvd / SR-60 EB Onramp Intersection Imprv Street Improvements 309 81 23 Sunnymead Boulevard Median Modification Street Improvements 100 100 24 Bridge Repair Maintenance Program Bridge Maintenance 10 10 25 Heacock Street Channel Improvements Drainage 826 121 26 San Timoteo Foothill Storm Drain K-1 and K-4 (ADP)Drainage 1,181 295 27 Dynamic Traveler Alert Message Boards Traffic Signals 400 15 28 Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon on Cactus Ave at Woodland Park Traffic Signals 199 199 29 Traffic Signal Equipment / Upgrades Traffic Signals 84 84 TOTALS 15,807 9,039 FUND 2301 - CAPITAL PROJECTS GRANTS Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 a. Alessandro Blvd at Chagall Court and at Graham Street $613,176 - HSIPL (90%) $68,131 - Measure A (10% local match transfer)Street Improvements 651 65 2 b. Aqueduct Trail $312,437 - CML (80%) $78,109 - Measure A (20% local match transfer)Street Improvements 191 38 3 c. Cactus Ave EB 3rd Ln Imprv/Veterans Way to Heacock St $725,954 - MARA (65%) $390,898 - Measure A (35% local match transfer) $12,100 - Warner Ranch Deposit $1,608 - EMWD Co-op Agreement Street Improvements 5 2 4 d. Dynamic Traveler Alert Message Boards $340,500 - CMAQ (88.45%) $44,500 - Measure A (11.56% local match transfer)Traffic Signals 418 48 5 e. ITS Deployment Phase 1B $1,541,700 - CMAQ grant (85%) $490,000 - MSRC (85%) $163,300 - Measure A (13.45% local match transfer) $105,305 - DIF Traffic Signals Traffic Signals 2,205 163 6 f. Safe Routes to School Outreach Program $375,840 - HSIPL (90%) $41,760 - Measure A (10% local match transfer)Public Outreach 418 42 Totals The FY 14/15 transfer of $1,495,760 from Measure A (Fund 2001) to Capital Projects Grant (Fund 2301) provided local match funding for the following grant awards. The FY 15/16 budgets and expenditures in Capital Projects Grants do not impact the Measure A fund. Any unused local match funds will be transferred back to the Measure A fund upon project completion. Date: April 19, 2016 Agency: City of Moreno Valley Page 2 of 6 Prepared by: Linda Wilson Phone #: 951-413-3132 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 174 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:633,735 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:3,967,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:4,600,735 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2017-2018 1 Measure A Program Budget Program Budget 244 244 2 Public Works - Sign/Striping Operating Budget 1,180 1,180 3 Public Works - Street Maintenance Operating Budget 86 86 4 Indirect Cost Rate (Including Leave Buyouts)Overhead Costs 200 5 5 Transfer to DIF Arterial Streets/2005 Lease Revenue Bonds Debt Service 1,084 1,084 6 Transfer to TRIP Debt Service Debt Service 1,489 1,489 TOTALS 4,283 4,088 Date: April 19, 2016 Page 3 of 6 Prepared by: Linda Wilson Phone #: 951-413-3132 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Moreno Valley 2017 - 2018 175 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:512,735 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:4,046,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:4,558,735 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2018-2019 1 Measure A Program Budget Program Budget 244 244 2 Public Works - Sign/Striping Operating Budget 1,180 1,180 3 Public Works - Street Maintenance Operating Budget 86 86 4 Indirect Cost Rate (Including Leave Buyouts)Overhead Costs 200 5 5 Transfer to DIF Arterial Streets/2005 Lease Revenue Bonds Debt Service 1,084 1,084 6 Transfer to TRIP Debt Service Debt Service 1,489 1,489 TOTALS 4,283 4,088 Date: April 19, 2016 Page 4 of 6 Prepared by: Linda Wilson Phone #: 951-413-3132 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Moreno Valley FY 2018 - 2019 176 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:470,735 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:4,167,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:4,637,735 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2019-2020 1 Measure A Program Budget Program Budget 244 244 2 Public Works - Sign/Striping Operating Budget 1,180 1,180 3 Public Works - Street Maintenance Operating Budget 86 86 4 Indirect Cost Rate (Including Leave Buyouts)Overhead Costs 200 5 5 Transfer to DIF Arterial Streets/2005 Lease Revenue Bonds Debt Service 1,084 1,084 6 Transfer to TRIP Debt Service Debt Service 1,489 1,489 TOTALS 4,283 4,088 Phone #: 951-413-3132 Date: April 19, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: City of Moreno Valley Page 5 of 6 Prepared by: Linda Wilson 177 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:549,735 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:4,292,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:4,841,735 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2020-2021 1 Measure A Program Budget Program Budget 244 244 2 Public Works - Sign/Striping Operating Budget 1,180 1,180 3 Public Works - Street Maintenance Operating Budget 86 86 4 Indirect Cost Rate (Including Leave Buyouts)Overhead Costs 200 5 5 Transfer to DIF Arterial Streets/2005 Lease Revenue Bonds Debt Service 1,084 1,084 6 Transfer to TRIP Debt Service Debt Service 1,489 1,489 TOTALS 4,283 4,088 Phone #: 951-413-3132 Date: April 19, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: City of Moreno Valley Page 6 of 6 Prepared by: Linda Wilson 178 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status Measure A Program Budget Program Budget 244 244 NA Annual Budget Public Works - Sign/Striping Operating Budget 1,180 1,180 NA Annual Budget Public Works - Street Maintenance Operating Budget 86 86 NA Annual Budget Public Works - Tree Trimming Operating Budget 501 501 NA Annual Budget Indirect Cost Rate (Including Leave Buyouts)Overhead Costs 435 110 NA Annual Budget Interest Expense Overhead Costs 11 11 NA Annual Budget Transfers to TRIP Debt Service Debt Service 999 999 NA Annual Budget Transfers to 2005 Lease Revenue Bonds Debt Service 1,084 1,084 NA Annual Budget Alessandro Blvd / Elsworth Street Intersection Imprv Street Improvements 789 30 Feb-17 Pending Caltrans authorization for construction Alessandro Blvd Entry Monument Signs Street Improvements 70 9 Jan-17 Design Alessandro Blvd Median / Indian Street to Perris Blvd Street Improvements 10 8 Jan-15 Completed Jan-15 Warranty Walk Jan-16 Annual ADA Compliant Curb Ramp Upgrades Street Improvements 240 126 NA On-going Annual Project Bike Lane Improvements Street Improvements 122 15 NA On-going Annual Project Citywide Annual Pavement Resurfacing Street Improvements 3,416 - NA On-going Annual Project Cycle 1 ATP Citywide SRTS Pedestrian Facility Improvements Street Improvements 1,733 93 Jan-18 Design Delphinium Ave Sidewalk Improvements Street Improvements 5 2 Jan-15 Completed Jan-15 Warranty Walk Jan-16 Heacock St / Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral A to Cactus Ave Street Improvements 372 15 Mar-17 Design Heacock St / San Michelle Road to PVSD Lateral "A"Street Improvements 774 74 Nov-15 Completed Nov-15 Warranty Walk Nov- 16 On-Call Property Acquisition for Street Purposes Street Improvements 25 25 NA On-going Annual Project Pavement Rehabilitation and Slurry Seal Program Street Improvements 115 25 NA On-going Annual Project Perris Blvd Widening / Ironwood Ave to Manzanita Ave Street Improvements 1,514 309 Dec-15 Completed Warranty Walk Aug- 16 Reche Vista Dr Realignment / Perris Blvd / Heacock St to NCL Street Improvements 3,736 91 Jul-16 Construction Residential Traffic Management Program (Speed Humps)Street Improvements 50 25 NA On-going Annual Project SR-60 / Moreno Beach Dr South Side of Interchange (Phase 1)Street Improvements 450 - Oct-13 Completed Oct-13 Finalizing SCE Payment SR-60 / Nason Street Interchange Street Improvements 25 - Jun-12 Completed June-12 Post-Award Reimbursement Received Dec-15 SR-60 / Theodore Street Interchange Street Improvements 1,887 440 Apr-17 Preliminary Engineering Street Improvement Program (SIP)Street Improvements 3,261 40 NA On-going Annual Project Sunnymead Blvd / SR-60 EB Onramp Intersection Imprv Street Improvements 359 50 Jan-17 Pending Caltrans authorization for construction Bridge Repair Maintenance Program Bridge Maintenance 3 3 NA On-going Annual Project Heacock Street Channel Improvements Drainage 1,612 352 Jan-18 Design Phone #: 951-413-3132 Date: April 19, 2016 Prepared by: Linda Wilson PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: City of Moreno Valley Page 1 of 2 179 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status San Timoteo Foothill Storm Drain K-1 and K-4 (ADP)Drainage 1,780 100 Jul-17 Design Dynamic Traveler Alert Message Boards Traffic Enhancements 438 38 Jun-17 Design Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon on Cactus Ave at Woodland Park Traffic Signals 219 20 Dec-16 Design Traffic Signal Equipment / Upgrades Traffic Signals 114 110 NA On-going Annual Project TOTALS 27,659 6,215 FUND 2301 - CAPITAL PROJECTS GRANTS Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status 1 a. Alessandro Blvd at Chagall Court and at Graham Street $613,176 - HSIPL (90%) $68,131 - Measure A (10% local match transfer)Street Improvements 681 3 Jun-18 Design 2 b. Aqueduct Trail $312,437 - CML (80%) $78,109 - Measure A (20% local match transfer)Street Improvements 391 40 Aug-16 Preliminary Engineering 3 c. Cactus Ave EB 3rd Ln Imprv/Veterans Way to Heacock St $725,954 - MARA (65%) $390,898 - Measure A (35% local match transfer) $12,100 - Warner Ranch Deposit $1,608 - EMWD Co-op Agreement Street Improvements 1,131 387 Nov-15 Completed Warranty/Project Closeout 11/30/16 4 d. Dynamic Traveler Alert Message Boards $340,500 - CMAQ (88.45%) $44,500 - Measure A (11.56% local match transfer)Traffic Signals 385 - Jun-17 Pending Finance Letter and EA 5 e. ITS Deployment Phase 1B $1,541,700 - CMAQ grant (85%) $490,000 - MSRC (85%) $163,300 - Measure A (13.45% local match transfer) $105,305 - DIF Traffic Signals Traffic Signals 2,300 - Jun-17 Design (Grants for Construction Only) 6 f. Safe Routes to School Outreach Program $375,840 - HSIPL (90%) $41,760 - Measure A (10% local match transfer)Public Outreach 418 - Sep-16 Public Outreach and Education Totals 5,306 430 256,707 - The FY 14/15 transfer of $1,495,760 from Measure A (Fund 2001) to Capital Projects Grant (Fund 2301) provided local match funding for the following grant awards. The FY 15/16 budgets and expenditures in Capital Projects Grants do not impact the Measure A fund. Any unused local match funds will be transferred back to the Measure A fund upon project completion. Prepared by: Linda Wilson Phone #: 951-413-3132 Date: April 19, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Agency: City of Moreno Valley Page 2 of 2 180 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF MURRIETA FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 181 This page left intentionally blank. 182 CITY OF MURRIETA May 2,2016 Grace Alvarez, Programming and Planning Manager Riverside County Transportation Commission P.O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502-2208 Subject: Measure a Local Streets and Road Revenue Projections, Maintenance of Effort Certification, and Five-Year Capital Improvement Plans (FY 2016/17-2020/21) Dear Grace: Enclosed are the Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Certification Statement, proposed Measure A Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), and Project Status Report for the City of Murrieta for your consideration and approval. Since the City Council has not adopted a formal Capital Improvement Plan budget for FY 2017-21, the enclosed Five- Year CIP is based on staff recommendation and may be subject to change upon further consideration by the City Council. We will contact you if there are any changes requested by the City Council. The Measure A balance carried over to FY 2016/17 is large due to several projects that are progressing through the right-of-way acquisition phase prior to construction and the off year for the asphalt overlay/resurfacing project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this matter further, please contact me at (951) 461-6036 or bmoehlinqmurrieta.orq at your convenience. Sincerely, Bob Moehling, P. City Engineer Attachments cc: Rick Dudley, City Manager Ivan Holler, Director of Development Services Joy Canfield, Director of Administrative Services Jeff Hitch/Public Works Construction Manager 1 Town Square • Murrieta, California 92562 phone: 951.304.CITY (2489) • fax: 951.698.4509 • web: murrieta.org 183 CITY MANAGER ATTEST: t Tf C-L. e FY 2016/17 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERTIFICATION STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for the city of Murrieta (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and a base year amount of $595,702, approved by the Commission at its July 13, 2011 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated: P4 ,2016 184 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY2017. 2021 Agency: City of Murrieta Page 1 of 5 Prepared by: Teresa Acevedo, Accountant Phone tt: 951-461-6438 Date: Ma' 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $ 7,168,551 Estimated P( 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation: $ 2,312,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects: $ 9,480,551 Item No. Project Name ! Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2016-2017 1 8043 Pavement Resurfacing Maintenance 1200,000 1,200,000 2 8079 Murrieta Hot Springs Widening Construction 1,500,000 1,000,000 3 8137 Resurfacing - Slurry Seal Maintenance 500 500 4 8257 Citywide Signal Mods Construction 350,000 265,000 5 8283 Traffic Striping Modifications Construction 500 500 6 8293 Sidewalk Replacement Construction 200,000 200,000 7 8303 I-215/Clinton Keith Rd Interchange Construction 600,000 0 8 8311 1-15/Los Alamos Rd Overcrossing Construction 500 500 9 8323 Guava Bridge/Murrieta Creek Construction 4,000,000 60,000 10 8330 Traffic Signal Optimization Construction 150,000 150,000 11 8335 Jackson Ave Bddge (at Warm Springs Creek) Construction 500 500 12 8389 Whitewood: Hunter to Clinton Keith Construction 500 500 13 8430 Neighborhood Traffic Management Pro Construction 500 500 14 8433 Mur Hot Springs Medians: Alta to Marg Construction 0 0 15 8448 Meadowlark Lane Improvement Construction 4,000,000 500,000 16 8456 Whitewood Extension Construction 50,000 50,000 17 10012 Jackson Ave Median Construction 500 500 18 COP 2007 for 15/215 MHS Interchange Debt Service 724,145 724,145 TOTALS 12,777,645 4,152,645 185 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2017 - 2021 Agency: City of Murrieta Page 2 of 5 Prepared by: Teresa Acevedo, Accountant Phone #: 951-461-6438 Date: May 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $ 5,327,906 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation: $ 2,358,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects: $ 7,685,906 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2017-2018 1 8043 Pavement Resurfacing - Asphalt Maintenance 0 0 2 8137 Pavement Resurfacing - Slurry Maintenance 1,500 1 000 1,500,000 3 8257 Signal Mods- Citywide Construction 150,000 75,000 4 8293 Sidewalk Replacement - Citywide Construction 50,000 50,000 5 8330 Traffic Signal Optimizations Construction 70,000 70,000 6 8430 Neighborhood Traffic Manage Construction 100,000 15,000 7 COP 2007 for 15/215 at MHS Int. Debt Service 726,645 726,645 TOTALS 2,596,645 2,436,645 186 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2017 - 2021 Agency: City of Murrieta Page 3 of 5 Prepared by: Teresa Acevedo, Accountant Phone #: 951-461-6438 Date: May 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $ 5,249,261 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation: $ 2,405,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects: $ 7,654,261 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2018-2019 1 8043 Pavement Resurfacing - Asphalt Maintenance 1,000,000 1,000,000 2 8137 Pavement Resurfacing - Slurry Maintenance 0 0 3 8257 Signal Mods- Citywide Construction 150,000 75,000 4 8293 Sidewalk Replacement - Citywide Construction 50,000 50,000 5 8330 Traffic Signal Optimizations Construction 70,000 70,000 6 8430 Neighborhood Traffic Manage Construction 100,000 15,000 7 COP 2007 for 151215 at MHS Int. Debt Service 723,239 723,239 TOTALS 2,093,239 1,933,239 187 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2017 - 2021 Agency: City of Murrieta Page 4 of 5 Prepared by: Teresa Acevedo, Accountant Phone #: 951-461-6438 Date: May 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $ 5,721,022 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation: $ 2,477,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects: $ 8,198,022 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2019-2020 1 8043 Pavement Resurfacing - Asphalt Maintenance 0 0 2 8137 Pavement Resurfacing - Slurry Maintenance 1,500 1 000 1,500,000 3 8257 Signal Mods- Citywide Construction 150,000 75,000 4 8293 Sidewalk Replacement - Citywide Construction 50,000 50,000 5 8330 Traffic Signal Optimizations Construction 70,000 70,000 6 8430 Neighborhood Traffic Manage Construction 100,000 15,000 7 COP 2007 for 15/215 at MHS Int. Debt Service 723,639 723,639 TOTALS 2,593,639 2,433,639 188 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2017 - 2021 Agency: City of Murrieta Page 5 of 5 Prepared by: Teresa Acevedo, Accountant Phone #: 951-461-6438 Date: May 2, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: $ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation: $ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects: $ 5,764,383 2,551,000 8,315,383 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2020-2021 1 8043 Pavement Resurfacing - Asphalt Maintenance 1,000,000 1,000 1 000 2 8137 Pavement Resurfacing - Slurry Maintenance 0 0 3 8257 Signal Mods- Citywide Construction . 150,000 75,000 4 8293 Sidewalk Replacement - Citywide Construction 50,000 50,000 5 8330 Traffic Signal Optimizations Construction 70,000 70,000 6 8430 Neighborhood Traffic Manage Construction 100,000 15,000 7 COP 2007 for 15/215 at MHS Int. Debt Service 728,239 728,239 TOTALS 2,098,239 1,938,239 189 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Agency: City of Murrieta Page 1 of 1 Prepared by: Teresa Acevedo, Accountant Phone #: 951-461-6438 Date: May 2, 2016 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status 1 8043 Pavement Resurfacing Maintenance $ 4,060 $ 4,008 Dec-16 Ongoing annual project 2 8079 Murrieta Hot Springs Widening Construction $ - $ - Dec-17 Design, Acquire ROW, start Con 2017 3 8137 Resurfacing - Slurry Seal Construction $ - $ - Jun-17 Ongoing annual project 4 8257 Citywide Signal Mods Construction $ 66,220 $ 42,967 Jun-16 Ongoing annual project 5 8283 Traffic Striping Modifications Construction $ 16,270 $ - Jun-16 Ongoing annual project 6 8293 Sidewalk Replacement Construction $ - $ - Jun-16 Ongoing annual project 7 8303 I-215/Clinton Keith Rd Interchange Construction $ 30,463 $ 1,776 Dec-16 Project closeout in progress 8 83111-15/Los Alamos Rd Overcrossing Construction $ 51,205 $ - Dec-16 Project closeout in progress 9 8323 Guava Bridge/Murrieta Creek Construction $ 30,855 $ 15,145 Dec-17 Start const. in Oct 2016 10 8330 Traffic Signal Optimization Construction $ 59,494 $ 17,593 Jun-16 Ongoing annual project 11 8335 Jackson Ave Bridge (at Warm Springs Creek) Construction $ 32,016 $ 3,004 Jul-19 Construction complete/ongoing mitigation 12 8389 Whitewood: Hunter to Clinton Keith Construction $ - $ - Dec-17 Design, ROW Acq 13 8430 Neighborhood Traffic Management Pro Construction $ 52,396 $ 44,825 Jun-16 Ongoing annual project 14 8433 Mur Hot Springs Medians: Alta to Marg Construction $ 756,954 $ 292,153 Sep-16 Start Con March 2016 15 8448 Meadowlark Lane Improvement Construction $ 50,241 $ 13,151 May-17 Start Con December 2016 16 8456 Whitewood Extension Construction $ 2,200 $ 2,200 Dec-17 TUMF Network Addition request-pending 17 10012 Jackson Ave Median Construction $ - $ - Sep-17 Start const. in Mar 2017 19 COP 2007 for 15/215 MHS Interchange Debt Service $ 725,458 $ 725,458 Jun-27 Construction complete / Annual Debt Service TOTALS $ 1,877 829 $ 1,162,278 190 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF NORCO FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 191 This page left intentionally blank. 192 193 194 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:$3,384,829 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:$607,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:$1,659,451 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$2,332,378 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:$659,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:$2,991,378 2016-2017 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Unspecified Pavement Overlays Overlay $ 200,000 $ 150,000 2 River Rd - Bluff to Corydon Rehab and Overlay 100,000$ 100,000$ 3 Golden Gate Circle Rehab and Overlay 25,000$ 25,000$ 4 Corona Ave - First to Second Rehab and Overlay 300,000$ 300,000$ 5 Bluff St - River Rd to Vine St Rehab and Overlay 25,000$ 25,000$ 6 Unspecified Rehabilitation Rehab 200,000$ 150,000$ 7 Hamner - 4th to 6th Rehab and Overlay 720,000$ 400,000$ 8 Temescal - 1st to 2nd Overlay 210,000$ 100,000$ 9 Market - Clark to Hamner Rehab and Overlay 40,000$ 40,000$ 10 6th St - Sierra to California Cape Seal 150,000$ 150,000$ 11 Reservoir - Corona to Temescal Rehab and Overlay 50,000$ 50,000$ 12 Misc. Reconstruction Projects Reconstruction 200,000$ 150,000$ 13 Hamner Avenue Bridge (Planning)Reconstruction 83,000$ 83,000$ 14 Traffic Signal Improvements Traffic Signal Improvements 75,000$ 25,000$ 15 Street Striping Street Striping 35,000$ 25,000$ 16 Miscellaneous Seal Coats Slurry Seal 75,000$ 25,000$ 17 Miscellaneous Pavement Repairs Maintenance 25,000$ 25,000$ TOTALS 2,513,000$ 1,823,000$ Date: May 26, 2016 Page 1 of 5 Prepared by: Chad Blais Phone #: 951-270-5678 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Norco 2016 - 2017 195 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$1,168,378 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:$672,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:$1,840,378 2017-2018Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Unspecified Pavement Overlays Overlay $200,000 $150,000 2 Rocky View Overlay $50,000 $50,000 3 Hillside Ave - Second to Third Reconstruction $20,000 $20,000 4 Chestnut - Bluff to Corydon Rehab and Overlay $270,000 $200,000 5 Norconian - 5th to Norco Dr Rehab and Overlay $160,000 $160,000 6 Unspecified Rehabilitation Rehab and Overlay $200,000 $150,000 7 Misc. Reconstruction Projects Reconstruction $200,000 $150,000 8 Hamner Avenue Bridge (Planning) Reconstruction $83,000 $83,000 9 Traffic Signal Improvements Traffic Signal Improvments $25,000 $25,000 10 Street Striping Striping $35,000 $25,000 11 Misc. Seal Coats Slurry Seal $75,000 $25,000 12 Misc. Pavement Repairs Maintenance $25,000 $25,000 TOTALS $1,343,000 $1,063,000 Date: May 26, 2016 Page 2 of 5 Prepared by: Chad Blais Phone #: 951-270-5678 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Norco FY 2017 - 2018 196 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$777,378 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:$685,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:$1,462,378 2018-2019Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Unspecified Pavement Overlays Overlay $ 150,000 $ 150,000 2 Hillside Ave - Second to Third Rehab and Overlay 50,000$ 50,000$ 3 First Dt - Temescal to Hillside Rehab and Overlay 160,000$ 100,000$ 4 Hamner Ave Bridge (Planning) Reconstruction 83,000$ 83,000$ 5 Unspecified Rehabilitation Rehab and Overlay 200,000$ 150,000$ 6 Misc. Reconstruction Projects Reconstruction 200,000$ 150,000$ 7 TUMF Project Match - Hidden Valley Reconstruction 25,000$ 25,000$ 8 Traffic Signal Improvements Traffic Signal Improvements 25,000$ 25,000$ 9 Street Striping Striping 35,000$ 25,000$ 10 Misc. Seal Coats Slurry Seal 75,000$ 25,000$ 11 Misc. Pavement Repairs Maintenance 25,000$ 25,000$ TOTALS 1,028,000$ 808,000$ Phone #: 951-270-5678 Date: May 26, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2018 - 2019 Agency: City of Norco Page 3 of 5 Prepared by: Chad Blais 197 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:654,378$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:706,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:1,360,378$ 2019-2020Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Unspecified Pavement Overlays Overlay $ 110,000 $ 100,000 2 Hillside Ave - Second to Third Rehab and Overlay 50,000$ 50,000$ 3 Western - 2nd to Parkridge Rehab and Overlay 160,000$ 100,000$ 4 Unspecified Rehabilitation Rehab and Overlay 150,000$ 150,000$ 5 Misc. Reconstruction Projects Reconstruction 150,000$ 150,000$ 6 Traffic Signal Improvements Traffic Signal Improvements 25,000$ 25,000$ 7 Street Striping Striping 35,000$ 25,000$ 8 Misc. Seal Coats Slurry Seal 25,000$ 25,000$ 9 Misc. Pavement Repairs Maintenance 25,000$ 25,000$ TOTALS 730,000$ 650,000$ Phone #: 951-270-5678 Date: May 26, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: City of Norco Page 4 of 5 Prepared by: Chad Blais 198 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:710,378$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:727,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:1,437,378$ 2020-2021Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Unspecified Pavement Overlays Overlay $ 110,000 $ 100,000 2 River Dr - Sierra to Pedley Rehab and Overlay 530,000$ 300,000$ 3 Unspecified Rehabilitation Rehab and Overlay 150,000$ 150,000$ 4 Misc. Reconstruction Projects Reconstruction 150,000$ 150,000$ 5 Traffic Signal Improvements Traffic Signal Improvements 25,000$ 25,000$ 6 Street Striping Striping 35,000$ 25,000$ 7 Misc. Seal Coats Slurry Seal 25,000$ 25,000$ 8 Misc. Pavement Repairs Maintenance 25,000$ 25,000$ TOTALS 1,050,000$ 800,000$ Phone #: 951-270-5678 Date: May 26, 2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: City of Norco Page 5 of 5 Prepared by: Chad Blais 199 ItemNo. Project Name / Limits Project TypeTotal Cost($000's)Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016)Estimated/ Actual Completion Status1Unspecified Pavement Overlays Overlay200,000 0 Jun-17 Moved to FY16/172Hillside - Sixth St to River Dr. Overlay 331,000 185Completed3 ValleyView - First St to Second St Rehab and Overlay 136,500 136Completed4Hilltop Lane Rehab and Overlay64,000 64Completed5 Sierra - Fifth St to Sixth StRehab and Overlay271,000 239Completed6 Haileah CircleRehab and Overlay38,000 38Completed7 Lookout PtRehab and Overlay35,000 35Completed8 Fourth St - Temescal Ave to Hillside AveRehab and Overlay65,000 65Completed9 Hamner Ave - Detroit St to Hamner BridgeRehab and Overlay63,000 63Completed10 Third Street - Valley View to Corona AveRehab and Overlay1,288,000 408Completed11Unspecified Rehabilitation & OverlayRehab and Overlay200,000 0 Jun-17 Moved to FY16/1712 Misc. Reconstruction Projects Reconstruction 200,000 0 Jun-17 Moved to FY16/1713 Hamner Ave Bridge (Planning) Reconstruction 83,000 0 Jun-17 Moved to FY16/1714 Norco Dr. - Fifth St to Rocky View Dr Reconstruction 875,246 426Completed15 Traffic Signal Improvements Traffic Signal Improvements300,0000Jun-17 Moved to FY16/1716 Street StripingStriping35,0000Jun-17 Moved to FY16/1717 Miscellaneous Seal CoatsSlurry Seal25,0000Jun-17 Moved to FY16/1718 Hamner AveSlurry Seal67,6500Dec-16 Moved to FY16/1719 Sixth St - Sierra Ave to CaliforniaSlurry Seal94,3000Dec-16 Moved to FY16/1720Unspecified Slurry SealSlurry Seal75,0000Jun-17 Moved to FY16/1721Misc. Pavement RepairsMaintenance30,0000Jun-17 Moved to FY16/17TOTALS:4,476,6961,659Phone #: 951-270-5678Date: May 26, 2016PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAMRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONAgency: City of NorcoPage of 1/1Prepared by: Chad Blais200 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF PALM DESERT FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 201 This page left intentionally blank. 202 203 204 Agency: City of Palm Desert Page 1 of 6 Prepared by: Mark Greenwood, P.E. Phone #: 760-346-0611 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:$14,779,998 Date: May 6, 2016 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:$2,686,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:$1,352,886 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$16,113,112 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:$2,729,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:$18,842,112 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2016-2017 Right Turn Lane - Fred Waring Drive to Hwy 111 Estimated carryover FY15/16 $558,069 Street Project 775,000 558,069 Portola Interchange at I-10 Estimated Carryover FY15/16 $15,110,661 On-ramp/off-ramp construction 71,993,000 110,661 Cook Street Widening FY16/17 request $3,655,500 Street Project 9,665,500 3,655,500 Street Resurfacing Estimated Carryover FY15/16 $2,195,270 FY16/17 request $1,900,000 Maintenance Project 5,445,270 4,095,270 Traffic Signals - Accessible Pedestrian Program FY16/17 request $50,000 Maintenance Project 50,000 50,000 Citywide Street Striping Estimated carryover $299,820 FY16/17 request $300,000 Maintenance Project 599,820 599,820 Jefferson Street Interchange Estimated Carryover FY15/16 $211,697 on-ramp/off-ramp construction 312,500 211,697 Gerald Ford East of Cook Improvements Estimated carryover FY15/16 $265,000 Roadway Improvements 265,000 265,000 ADA Curb Ramp Modifications Estimated carryover FY 15/16 $134,457 FY16/17 request $50,000 Maintenance Project 266,621 184,457 Bridge Inspection Program Estimated carryover FY15/16 $100,000 FY16/17 request $100,000 Maintenance Project 200,000 200,000 LED Indication Replacement Program Estimated Carryover FY15/16 $100,000 FY16/17 request $50,000 Maintenance Project 150,000 150,000 IISNS Upgrades Program Estimated Carryover FY15/16 $150,000 FY16/17 request $50,000 Maintenance Project 225,000 200,000 Interconnect System Improvement Project FY16/17 $293,000 Maintenance Project 293,000 293,000 Controller Cabinet Assembly Upgrades Estimated Carryover FY15/16 $13,397 FY16/17 request $112,000 Maintenance Project 125,397 125,397 Bike and Golf Cart Lane Improvements FY16/17 $85,000 Street Project 85,000 85,000 TOTALS 90,451,108 10,783,871 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 ATTACHMENT B 205 Agency: City of Palm Desert Prepared by: Mark Greenwood, P.E. Phone #: 760-346-0611 Date: May 6, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:8,058,241 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:2,784,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:10,842,241 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2017-2018 Cook Street Widening Street Project 9,665,500 3,000,000 Street Resurfacing Maintenance Project 3,100,000 1,900,000 Traffic Signals - Accessible Pedestrian Program Maintenance Project 50,000 50,000 Citywide Street Striping Maintenance Project 300,000 300,000 San Pablo Right Turn lane at Fred Waring (southeast corner)Street Project 1,765,000 1,765,000 ADA Curb Ramp Modifications Maintenance Project 75,000 50,000 Bridge Inspection Program Maintenance Project 100,000 100,000 LED Indication Replacement Program Maintenance Project 50,000 50,000 IISNS Upgrades Program Maintenance Project 75,000 50,000 Controller Cabinet Assembly Upgrades Program Maintenance Project 112,000 112,000 San Pablo Ave Street Improvements from Fred Waring Drive to Magnesia Falls Drive Street Project 1,400,000 1,400,000 TOTALS 8,777,000 Page 2 of 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM 2017 - 2018 206 Agency: City of Palm Desert Prepared by: Mark Greenwood, P.E. Phone #: 760-346-0611 Date: May 6, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:2,065,241 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:2,840,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:4,905,241 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2018-2019 Cook Street Widening Street Project 9,665,500 2,400,000 Street Resurfacing Maintenance Project 3,100,000 1,900,000 Traffic Signals - Accessible Pedestrian Program Maintenance Project 50,000 50,000 Citywide Street Striping Maintenance Project 300,000 300,000 ADA Curb Ramp Modifications Maintenance Project 75,000 50,000 Bridge Inspection Program Maintenance Project 100,000 100,000 LED Indication Replacement Program Maintenance Project 50,000 50,000 IISNS Upgrades Program Maintenance Project 75,000 50,000 TOTALS 4,900,000 Page 3 of 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2018 - 2019 207 Agency: City of Palm Desert Prepared by: Mark Greenwood, P.E. Phone #: 760-346-0611 Date: May 6, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:5,241 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:2,925,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:2,930,241 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2019-2020 Street Resurfacing Maintenance Project 3,100,000 1,900,000 Traffic Signals - Accessible Pedestrian Program Maintenance Project 50,000 50,000 Citywide Street Striping Maintenance Project 300,000 300,000 ADA Curb Ramp Modifications Maintenance Project 75,000 50,000 Bridge Inspection Program Maintenance Project 100,000 100,000 TOTALS 2,400,000 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Page 4 of 6 208 Agency: City of Palm Desert Prepared by: Mark Greenwood, P.E. Phone #: 760-346-0611 Date: May 6, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:530,241 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:3,013,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:3,543,241 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2020-2021 Street Resurfacing Maintenance Project 3,100,000 1,900,000 Traffic Signals - Accessible Pedestrian Program Maintenance Project 50,000 50,000 Citywide Street Striping Maintenance Project 300,000 300,000 ADA Curb Ramp Modifications Maintenance Project 75,000 50,000 Bridge Inspection Program Maintenance Project 100,000 100,000 TOTALS 2,400,000 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Page 5 of 6 209 Agency: Page 1of1 Prepared by: Phone#: Date: Item No. ATTACHMENT D **SAMPLE PROJECT STATUS REPORT FORMAT** RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 City of Palm Desert Mark Greenwood, P.E. 760-346-0611 May6, 2016 Project Name I Limits Monterey Avenue/ l-1 O Interchange Improvements Right Turn Lane· Fred Waring Drive to Hwy 111 Right Turn Lane • Hwy 111 to Fred Waring (n/w corner) & Sidewalk Infill Portola Interchange at 1-10 Street Resurfacing Monterey Avenue Widening from Fred Waring Drive to Country Club Drive Portola Free Right at Fred Waring Traffic Signals -Accessible Pedestrian Program Citywide Street Striping Jefferson Street Interchange San Pablo Right Turn lane at Fred Waring (southeast corner) Gerald Ford East of Cook Improvements San Pablo Ave Street Improvements from Fred Waring ADA Curb Ramp Modifications Bridge Inspection Program LED Indication Replacement Program llSNS Upgrades Program Controller Cabinet Assembly Upgrades Program Proiect Tvoe On-ramp/off-ramp construction Street Project Street Project On-ramp/off-ramp construction Maintenance Project Street Project Street Project Maintenance Project Maintenance Project on-ramp/off-ramp construction Street Project Roadway Improvements Street Project Maintenance Project Maintenance Project Maintenance Project Maintenance Project Maintenance Project TOTALS Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended Total Cost ($000's, ($000's) 6/30/2016) 12,699 30 775 0 495 85 71,993 0 4,900 751 6,500 0 1,850 0 50 0 303 0 313 24 365 358 265 0 1,400 0 200 2 100 4 100 0 150 0 336 99 102,794 1,353 Estimated/ Actual Comoletion Status April 2016 Completed Sept 2016 Construction June 2016 Oct 2015 Completed 2025 In preliminary environmental phase Jan 2016 Current FY Complete Abandoned Oct 2015 Completed Oct 2015 Construction to begin July 2016 May2016 Current FY Complete 2017 Under Construction On Hold In design Scoping May2016 Current FY Complete Oct 2015 Current FY Complete July 2016 Construction June 2016 Oct 2016 Construction August 2016 June 2016 Current FY Complete 210 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF PALM SPRINGS FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 211 This page left intentionally blank. 212 City of Palm Springs Department of Public Works and Engineering 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way • Palm Springs, CA 92262 Tel: (760) 323-8253 • Fax: (760) 322-8360 • Web: www.palmspringsca.gov April 25, 2016 Ms. Theresia Trevino Chief Financial Officer Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92502-22083 Attention: Grace Alvarez lo)~©~B\Yl~fm lI\\ MAY 04 2016 lliJ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Re: Measure "A" Local Street & Road Program City of Palm Springs Annual Five-Year Measure "A" CIP (Fiscal Year 2016/17 -2020/21) Dear Ms. Trevino: Enclosed, at RCTC's request, is the City of Palm Springs' Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Certification Statement, Project Status Report for CIP Projects in FY 2015/16, proposed Local Measure "A" Five-Year CIP Plan for fiscal year 2016/2017 through 2020/2021. The City participates in the MSHCP and TUMF programs as required to participate in the Measure "A" Program. If you have any questions, please call me at (760) 322-8253, ext. 8380 or Savat Khamphou at (760) 323-8253 ext. 87 44. Sincerely, Marcus L. Fuller, MPA, PE, PLS Assistant City Manager I City Engineer Enclosures c: David H. Ready, City Manager Geoffrey Kiehl, Director of Finance/Treasurer Nancy Klukan, Asst. Director of Finance Post Office Box 2743 • Palm Springs, California 92263-2743 213 FY 2016117 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERT/FICA T/ON STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for the city of Palm Springs (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and a base year amount of $1,498,732, approved by the Commission at its September 14, 2011 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated: oo// t.o ! 2016 SECRETARY 214 ItemNo. Project Name / Limits Project TypeTotal Cost (All Funding Sources)15/16 FY Measure A Funds (Expended)Estimated Completion Status50100 Annual Slurry Seal Road Maintenance 3,590,000$ 2,700,000$ June 2016 In Construction50120 Bridge Repairs Bridge Maintenance 100,000$ 200,000$ Annually Repairs being performed this year as needed.50196 Indian Canyon Drive Widening (UPRR to Garnet Ave.) Roadway and Bridge Widening 21,250,000$ 65,000$ Dec 2018 In Right of Way Acquisition Phase.50221 South Palm Canyon @ Arenas Wash (LWC) New Bridge New Bridge 4,875,000$ -$ Dec 2017 95% Plans and Acquiring Right of Way.50224 Traffic Safety Projects Traffic Improvements 40,000$ 60$ Annually As Needed. 50225 Annual Overlay & Reconstruction Road Maintenance 1,026,000$ 400,000$ April 2015 Construction Complete in April 2015.50229 Mid-Valley Parkway Reimbursement - CVAG Street Improvements 10,422$ 10,422$ June 2038 On-Going Contract Until Year 203850242 Curb & Gutter Repair Road Maintenance 50,000$ 50,000$ Completed As needed. All repairs up to date.50244 Bogert Trail Bridge Rehabilitation Bridge Widening/Rehabilitation 5,024,000$ 250,000$ June 2016 Notice to Proceed with Construction issued 4/14/2015.50245 Ramon Road Widening @ Whitewater River (Incl. Bridge) Bridge/Roadway Widening 32,000,000$ 58,000$ June 2019 Project in Final Design/RFA for R/W Submitted.50272 Traffic MGMT Center/Citywide Traffic Signal Interconnect Traffic Signal Improvements 2,650,000$ 600,000$ June 2016 Notice to Proceed with Construction 4/16/2015.50290 Agua Caliente Museum Roadway on Hermosa Drive Roadway Improvements 1,300,000$ 2,000$ December 2016 Contract being Awarded50298 Vista Chino Bridge @ Whitewater River New Bridge 95,000,000$ 41,000$ Dec 2020 All Environmental Studies Completed. Begin CEQA Circulation.50307 Date Palm Drive / I-10 Interchange Widening Expanded Freeway Interchange 16,800,000$ 13,532$ June 2016 Final Billing from CVAG Received.50312 Pavement Condition Survey Road Maintenance 100,000$ 4,200$ June 2015 Continuos. As needed.50316 East Palm Canyon @ Palm Canyon Wash Bridge Rehabilitation 5,973,000$ 20,000$ Dec 2019 Proceeding with Environmental Studies.50317 South Palm Canyon Bridge @ Tahquitz Creek Bridge Replacement 6,165,000$ 20,000$ Dec 2017 Environmental Studies On-Going.50321 Jefferson Street / I-10 Interchange (Proportionate Share) Expanded Freeway Interchange 435,733$ 50,000$ Dec 2016 Project In Construction.50322 Ramon Road Pvmt Rehab: Sunrise to Compadre/El Cielo Road Maintenance 750,000$ 365,000$ June 2016 Project In Construction.50326 Local Measure A Bond Payment Road Maintenance 6,800,000$ 129,000$ June 2021 Continuing Payment of Bonds. Last Payment June 2021.50329 Gene Autry Trail Second Left Turn Lane@Vista Chino (Hwy 1Traffic Improvements500,000$ 15,000$ Dec 2017 In PA&ED Phase50333 San Rafael Widening (Virginia to Indian)Street Improvements4,000,000$ 50,000$ June 2020 Project in Preliminary Engineering Phase59416 Sunrise Way at Ralph’s Shopping CenterTraffic Signal Installation300,000$ 260,000$ June 2015 Project Completed.60076 Farrell Drive / Vista ChinoTraffic Improvements450,000$ 35,000$ Dec 2015 Construction Completed. Project Close-Out.TOTALS208,439,155$ 5,338,214$ Phone #: (760) 323-8253 ext. 8744PROJECT STATUS REPORT - CIP Projects FY 2015-2016MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAMDate: April 25, 2016 (Revised on 5/17/2016, math error)RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONAgency: City of Palm SpringsPage 1 of 1Prepared by: Savat Khamphou 215 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:10,725,143$ Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:2,054,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects: 12,779,143$ ACCT #'S Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost (All Funding Sources) Measure A Funds (To Expend in FY) 2016-2017 50100 Annual Slurry Seal Road Maintenance 800,000$ 500,000$ 50120 Bridge Repairs Bridge Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50196 Indian Canyon Drive Widening (UPRR to Garnet Ave including UPRR Bridge Widening)Roadway and Bridge Widening 21,250,000$ 120,000$ 50221 South Palm Canyon Bridge @ Arenas Wash (LWC) New Bridge New Bridge 4,875,000$ 100,000$ 50224 Traffic Safety Projects Traffic Improvements 100,000$ 100,000$ 50225 Annual Overlay & Reconstruction Road Maintenance 920,000$ 920,000$ 50229 Mid-Valley Parkway Reimbursement - CVAG Street Improvements 10,422$ 10,422$ 50242 Curb & Gutter Repair Road Maintenance 50,000$ 50,000$ 50244 Bogert Trail Bridge Rehabilitation Bridge Widening/Rehabilitation 5,000,000$ 300,000$ 50245 Ramon Road Widening @ Whitewater River (Incl. Bridge)Bridge/Roadway Widening 32,000,000$ 60,000$ 50272 Traffic MGMT Center/Citywide Traffic Signal Interconnect Traffic Signal Improvements 2,100,000$ 200,000$ 50290 Agua Caliente Museum Roadway on Hermosa Drive Roadway Improvements 1,300,000$ 300,000$ 50298 Vista Chino Bridge @ Whitewater River New Bridge 95,000,000$ 150,000$ 50307 Date Palm Drive / I-10 Interchange Widening Expanded Freeway Interchange 16,800,000$ 7,000$ 50312 Pavement Condition Survey Road Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50316 East Palm Canyon @ Palm Canyon Wash Bridge Rehabilitation 5,973,000$ 100,000$ 50317 South Palm Canyon Bridge @ Tahquitz Creek Bridge Replacement 6,165,000$ 100,000$ 50321 Jefferson Street / I-10 Interchange (Proportionate Share to CVAG) Expanded Freeway Interchange 435,733$ 300,000$ 50322 Ramon Road Pvmt Rehab. from Sunrise to Compadre Road Maintenance 447,000$ 100,000$ 50326 Local Measure A Bond Payment Road Maintenance 6,800,000$ 1,100,000$ 50329 Gene Autry Trail Second Left Turn Lane@Vista Chino (Hwy 111) Traffic Improvements 500,000$ 200,000$ 50333 San Rafael Widening (Virginia to Indian)Street Improvements 4,000,000$ 900,000$ TBD Sand-Wall Gene Autry Trail and UPRR Road Maintenance 700,000$ 100,000$ 60076 Farrell Drive / Vista Chino Traffic Improvements 450,000$ 50,000$ TOTALS 205,876,155$ 5,967,422$ Balance 6,811,721$ Date: May 24, 2016 (Revised) Phone #: (760) 323-8253 ext.8744 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: City of Palm Springs Page 1 of 1 Prepared by: Savat Khamphou 216 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:6,811,721$ Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:2,095,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects: 8,906,721$ Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost (All Funding Sources) Measure A Funds (To Expend in FY) 2017-2018 50100 Annual Slurry Seal Road Maintenance 800,000$ 500,000$ 50120 Bridge Repairs Bridge Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50196 Indian Canyon Drive UPRR Bridge Widening (UPRR to Garnet Ave Including UPRR Bridge Widening)Roadway & Bridge Widening 21,250,000$ 510,000$ 50221 South Palm Canyon Bridge @ Arenas Wash New Bridge $6,165,000 400,000$ 50224 Traffic Safety Projects Traffic Improvements 40,000$ 40,000$ 50229 Mid-Valley Parkway Reimbursement - CVAG Street Improvements 10,422$ 10,422$ 50242 Curb & Gutter Repair Road Maintenance 50,000$ 50,000$ 50245 Ramon Road Widening @ Whitewater River (Incl. Bridge) Bridge/Roadway Widening 32,000,000$ 50,000$ 50298 Vista Chino Bridge @ Whitewater River New Bridge 95,000,000$ 300,000$ 50312 Pavement Condition Survey Road Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50316 East Palm Canyon @ Palm Cyn Wash Bridge Rehabilitation 5,973,000$ 100,000$ 50317 South Palm Canyon Bridge @ Tahquitz Creek Bridge Replacement 6,165,000$ 100,000$ 50326 Local Measure A Bond Payment Road Maintenance 6,800,000$ 1,100,000$ 50333 San Rafael Widening (Virginia to Indian)Street Improvements $4,000,000 500,000$ TBD Sand-Wall Gene Autry Trail and UPRR Road Maintenance 700,000$ 100,000$ TBD North Indian Avenue - 20th to Dillon (MOU with DHS)Street Improvements 600,000$ 200,000$ TOTALS 179,753,422$ 4,160,422$ Balance 4,746,299$ Date: May 24, 2016 (Revised) Page 1 of 1 Phone #: (760) 323-8253 ext.8744 Prepared by: Savat Khamphou RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Palm Springs FY 2017 - 2018 217 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:4,746,299$ Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:2,137,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects: 6,883,299$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost (All Funding Sources) Measure A Funds (To Expend in FY) 2018-2019 50100 Annual Slurry Seal Road Maintenance 800,000$ 500,000$ 50120 Bridge Repairs Bridge Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50224 Traffic Safety Projects Traffic Improvements 40,000$ 40,000$ 50229 Mid-Valley Parkway Reimbursement - CVAG Street Improvements 10,422$ 10,422$ 50242 Curb & Gutter Repair Road Maintenance 50,000$ 50,000$ 50245 Ramon Road Widening @ Whitewater River (Incl. Bridge)Bridge/Roadway Widening 32,000,000$ 375,000$ 50298 Vista Chino Bridge @ Whitewater River New Bridge 95,000,000$ 80,000$ 50312 Pavement Condition Survey Road Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50316 East Palm Canyon @ Palm Cyn Wash Bridge Rehabilitation 5,973,000$ 100,000$ 50317 South Palm Canyon @ Tahquitz Creek Bridge Replacement 6,165,000$ 100,000$ 50326 Local Measure A Bond Payment Road Maintenance 1,100,000$ 1,100,000$ 50333 San Rafael Widening (Virginia to Indian)Street Improvements $4,000,000 1,000,000$ TBD Sand-Wall Gene Autry Trail and UPRR Road Maintenance 700,000$ 100,000$ TBD North Indian Avenue - 20th to Dillon (MOU with DHS)Street Improvements 600,000$ 200,000$ TBD Sonora (East of Sonora Court)Street Improvements 100,000$ 100,000$ TOTALS 146,738,422$ 3,955,422$ Balance 2,927,877$ Date: May 24, 2016 (Revised) Page 1 of 1 Phone #: (760) 323-8253 ext.8744 Prepared by: Savat Khamphou RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Palm Springs FY 2018 - 2019 218 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:2,927,877$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:2,201,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects: 5,128,877$ Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost (All Funding Sources) Measure A Funds (To Expend in FY) 2019-2020 50100 Annual Slurry Seal Road Maintenance 800,000$ 500,000$ 50120 Bridge Repairs Bridge Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50224 Traffic Safety Projects Traffic Improvements 40,000$ 40,000$ 50229 Mid-Valley Parkway Reimbursement - CVAG Street Improvements 10,422$ 10,422$ 50242 Curb & Gutter Repair Road Maintenance 50,000$ 50,000$ 50245 Ramon Road Widening @ Whitewater River (Incl. Bridge) Bridge/Roadway Widening 32,000,000$ 375,000$ 50298 Vista Chino Bridge @ Whitewater River New Bridge 95,000,000$ 400,000$ 50312 Pavement Condition Survey Road Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50326 Local Measure A Bond Payment Road Maintenance 1,100,000$ 1,100,000$ 50333 San Rafael Widening (Virginia to Indian)Street Improvements $4,000,000 500,000$ TBD North Indian Avenue - 20th to Dillon (MOU with DHS)Street Improvements 600,000$ 200,000$ TOTALS 133,800,422$ 3,375,422$ Balance 1,753,455$ Phone #: (760) 323-8253 ext.8744 Date: May 24, 2016 (Revised) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: City of Palm Springs Page 1 of 1 Prepared by: Savat Khamphou 219 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:1,753,455$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:2,267,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects: 4,020,455$ Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost (All Funding Sources) Measure A Funds (To Expend in FY) 2020-2021 50100 Annual Slurry Seal Road Maintenance 800,000$ 500,000$ 50120 Bridge Repairs Bridge Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50224 Traffic Safety Projects Traffic Improvements 40,000$ 40,000$ 50229 Mid-Valley Parkway Reimbursement - CVAG Street Improvements 10,422$ 10,422$ 50242 Curb & Gutter Repair Road Maintenance 50,000$ 50,000$ 50298 Vista Chino Bridge @ Whitewater River New Bridge 95,000,000$ 900,000$ 50312 Pavement Condition Survey Road Maintenance 100,000$ 100,000$ 50326 Local Measure A Bond Payment Road Maintenance 1,100,000$ 1,100,000$ TOTALS 1,000,422$ 2,800,422$ Balance 1,220,033$ Date: May 24, 2016 (Revised) Phone #: (760) 323-8253 ext.8744 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: City of Palm Springs Page 1 of 1 Prepared by: Savat Khamphou 220 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF PERRIS FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 221 This page left intentionally blank. 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF RANCHO MIRAGE FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 231 This page left intentionally blank. 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF RIVERSIDE FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 241 This page left intentionally blank. 242 Public Works Department City ef Arts &_Innovation Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92501 May 6, 2016 Attn.: Ms. Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager ~~Cf;~DW~~ MAY 06 2016 lJdJ RIVERSlDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Subject: Measure A Maintenance of Effort, CIP and Project Status Report Enclosed are the City of Riverside's FY 2016/17 Maintenance of Effort Certification Statement, Measure A Local Funds Capital Improvement Program for FY 2016/17 through FY 2020/21 and a status report for FY 2015/16. If you have any questions, please contact Patrick Keeney at (951) 826-2406 . .. ....,........_.~.,,_.. • ..,r Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer Attachments 0 3900 Main Street• Riverside, CA 92522 •tel 951.826.5341•fax951.826.5542 • www.riversideca.gov 243 FY 2016117 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERT/FICA TION STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for the City of Riverside (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and a base year amount of $12,449,203, approved by the Commission at its July 13, 2011 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated: #411 3 I ! 2016 APPROVED AS TO FORM. CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE BY~ 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 Measure A Local Streets and Roads COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 265 This page left intentionally blank. 266 267 Western County Region $ x 1,000 FY 14/15 Audited Measure A Balance:3,014$ FY 2015-2016 Measure A Revenue:5,238$ FY 2015-2016 Status Report Expenses:8,252 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:5,729$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:5,729$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2016-2017 1 BRIGGS RD & BAXTER RD: -- Loan Payback for road improvements built 447 180 3 2 CABAZON AREA RESURFACING GROUP: 13 Various Streets -- Resurf AC paved road 1,754 1 5 3 CHIP SEAL OF 1ST DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Chip seal 420 420 1 4 CHIP SEAL OF 3RD DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Chip seal 1,015 1,015 3 5 CHIP SEAL OF 5TH DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Chip seal 257 257 5 6 I-10 BYPASS: Hargrave St -- Apache Trl Construct road 55,079 150 5 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY BRIDGE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM: Various locations Countywide Pursue federal bridge maintenance funds 819 1 3 8 SCOUR CRITICAL BRIDGES Develop Plans of Action for bridges 1,119 50 3 9 SLURRY SEAL OF 1ST DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Slurry Seal 1,213 1,056 1 10 SLURRY SEAL OF 2ND DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Slurry Seal 685 670 2 11 SLURRY SEAL OF 3RD DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Slurry Seal 1,479 1,382 3 12 SLURRY SEAL OF 5TH DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Slurry Seal 552 547 5 TOTALS 64,839 5,729 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 268 Western County Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:5,844$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:5,844$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2017-2018 1 CHIP SEAL OF 1ST DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Chip seal 693 548 1 2 CHIP SEAL OF 3RD DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Chip seal 1,170 848 3 3 CHIP SEAL OF 5TH DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Chip seal 446 267 5 4 I-10 BYPASS: Hargrave St -- Apache Trl Construct road 55,079 150 5 5 SCOUR CRITICAL BRIDGES Develop Plans of Action for bridges 1,119 50 3 6 SLURRY SEAL OF 1ST DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Slurry Seal 1,256 1,234 1 7 SLURRY SEAL OF 2ND DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Slurry Seal 228 223 2 8 SLURRY SEAL OF 3RD DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Slurry Seal 2,245 2,206 3 9 SLURRY SEAL OF 5TH DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Slurry Seal 325 318 5 TOTALS 62,561 5,844 Date: 5/4/16 Page of Prepared by: Roy Null Phone #: 951-955-2057 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Riverside County FY 2017 - 2018 269 Western County Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:5,961$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:5,961$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2018-2019 1 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 1 Only -- Pavement Rehab 1,964 1,964 1 2 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 3 Only -- Pavement Rehab 3,040 3,040 3 3 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 5 Only -- Pavement Rehab 957 957 5 TOTALS 5,961 5,961 Date: 5/4/16 Page of Prepared by: Roy Null Phone #: 951-955-2057 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Riverside County FY 2018 - 2019 270 Western County Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:6,140$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:6,140$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2019-2020 1 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 1 Only -- Pavement Rehab 2,023 2,023 1 2 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 3 Only -- Pavement Rehab 3,131 3,131 3 3 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 5 Only -- Pavement Rehab 986 986 5 TOTALS 6,140 6,140 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 271 Western County Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:6,324$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:6,324$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2020-2021 1 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 1 Only -- Pavement Rehab 2,084 2,084 1 2 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 3 Only -- Pavement Rehab 3,225 3,225 3 3 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 5 Only -- Pavement Rehab 1,015 1,015 5 TOTALS 6,324 6,324 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 272 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status Supv. Dist. 1 BRIGGS RD & BAXTER RD: -- Loan Payback for road improvements built 447 15 FY 16/17 Ongoing 3 2 CABAZON AREA RESURFACING GROUP: 13 Various Streets -- Resurf AC paved road 1754 54 FY 17/18 Ongoing 5 3 CABAZON ST: Dolores Ave - Carmen Ave Resurf AC paved road 210 210 Complete 5 4 CAMINO DEL SOL AREA GROUP 2: 2 Area Streets -- Resurf AC paved road 380 68 Complete 1 5 CITRUS VIEW DR: Fairview Ave - Tangelo Ave Resurf AC paved road 131 131 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 3 6 DECKER RD: Martin St - Markham St Resurf RMS paved road 224 224 Complete 1 7 FAIRVIEW AVE: 649' S Bautista Rd - Bautista Rd Resurf AC paved road 54 54 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 3 8 Indian Truck Trail: at I-215 Interchange Widen roadway and ramps, const. signals 8860 105 Complete 1 9 MANDARIN DR: Tangelo Ave - Citrus View Dr Resurf AC paved road 106 106 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 3 10 MARGARTH ST: S.H. 74 - Marie St Resurf RMS paved road 104 91 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 1 11 MARIE ST: Margarth St - Mapes Rd Resurf RMS paved road 102 97 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 1 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 273 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status Supv. Dist. 12 MOUNTAIN AVE: Theda St - Baxter Rd Resurf RMS paved road 245 245 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 1 13 PERRY ST: Decker Rd - Seaton Ave Resurf RMS paved road 176 176 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 1 14 RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD: DeLuz Rd -- Temecula City Limits Reconst AC paved road 3617 363 Complete 1 15 RIVERSIDE COUNTY BRIDGE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM: Various locations -- Countywide Pursue federal bridge maintenance funds 819 127 FY 19/20 Ongoing 3 16 SAGE RD - 2 SEGMENTS: Red Mnt Rd -- Nly Red Mnt Rd .62 mi Reconst AC paved road 1230 904 Complete 3 17 SOPHIE ST: Mapes Rd - Mountain Ave Resurf RMS paved road 121 121 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 1 18 SOPHIE ST: Mountain Ave - S.H. 74 Resurf RMS paved road 29 29 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 1 19 SPEED WARNING SIGNS: 5 Various Locations -- Install solar-powered speed feedback signs 597 94 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 1 20 STAGECOACH RD: Horseshoe Trl - 2682' E Horseshoe Trl Resurf RMS paved road 129 111 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 5 21 STAGECOACH RD: Juniper Flats Rd - Horseshoe Trl Resurf RMS paved road 225 201 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 5 22 TANGELO AVE: Mandarin Dr - Citrus View Dr Resurf AC paved road 26 26 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 3 23 THORNTON AVE: 1000'W Tierra Verde Dr - Lake St Resurf AC paved road 102 102 Scheduled to complete in FY 15/16 Ongoing 3 24 WHITTIER AVE: Yale St -- Cornell St Const sidewalk on S'ly side W. of Columbia 869 106 Complete 3 25 BEAUVIEW DR: Oak Creek Rd -- Oak View Ln Reconst AC paved road 109 76 Complete 5 274 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status Supv. Dist. 26 CHERRY OAK RD: Oak Glen Rd -- Oak Creek Rd Reconst AC paved road 97 52 Complete 5 27 FRONTAGE RD: Rainbow Canyon Rd / N -- San Diego C.L. Resurf RMS paved road 387 45 Complete 3 28 MAIN ST: Michigan Ave Install traffic signal 927 13 FY 16/17 Ongoing. Using other funds in 16/17 5 29 RAINBOW CANYON RD: Frontage Rd / N -- San Diego C.L. Resurf RMS paved road 247 47 Complete 3 30 CHIP SEAL OF 1ST DISTRICT ROADS FY15/16 Chip seal 565 565 Complete 1 31 CHIP SEAL OF 3RD DISTRICT ROADS FY15/16 Chip seal 1324 1324 Complete 3 32 CHIP SEAL OF 5TH DISTRICT ROADS FY15/16 Chip seal 635 635 Complete 5 33 SCOUR CRITICAL BRIDGES Develop Plans of Action for bridges 1119 50 FY 19/20 Ongoing. Using other funds in future years 3 34 WINCHESTER RD (SR-79N): Thompson Rd -- Domenigoni Pkwy Widen from 2 lanes to 4 lanes + L. turn lane 16083 850 FY 16/17 Ongoing. Using other funds in 16/17 3 35 WINCHESTER RD (SR-79N): Scott Rd -- Domenigoni Pkwy Widen from 2 lanes to 4 lanes + L. turn lane 20197 400 FY 16/17 Ongoing. Using other funds in 16/17 3 36 WINCHESTER RD (SR-79N) BASIN: NW quadrant of SR 79 & Newport Rd Const detetion basin 435 435 FY 16/17 Ongoing. Using other funds in 16/17 3 TOTALS 62,682 8,252 275 Coachella Valley Region $ x 1,000 FY 14/15 Audited Measure A Balance:843$ FY 2015-2016 Measure A Revenue:2,071$ FY 2015-2016 Status Report Expenses:2,914 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:1,924$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:1,924$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2016-2017 1 BUCHANAN ST: 62nd Ave -- 2387' S 60th Ave Resurf RMS paved road 363 229 4 2 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Chip seal 2,141 1,351 4 3 FILLMORE ST : 64th Ave -- 62nd Ave Resurf RMS paved road 270 170 4 4 JACKSON ST: 58th Ave -- Airport Blvd Resurf RMS paved road 277 174 4 TOTALS 3,051 1,924 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 276 Coachella Valley Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:1,962$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:1,962$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2017-2018 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Chip seal 1,441 1,200 4 2 COACHELLA VALLEY AREA: various roads -- Resurfacing program in the Coachella Valley 562 562 4 3 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 4 Only -- Pavement Rehab 200 200 4 TOTALS 2,203 1,962 Date: 5/4/16 Page of Prepared by: Roy Null Phone #: 951-955-2057 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Riverside County FY 2017 - 2018 277 Coachella Valley Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:2,001$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:2,001$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2018-2019 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY18/19 Chip seal 1,546 1,300 4 2 COACHELLA VALLEY AREA: various roads -- Resurfacing program in the Coachella Valley 501 501 4 3 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 4 Only -- Pavement Rehab 200 200 4 TOTALS 2,247 2,001 Date: 5/4/16 Page of Prepared by: Roy Null Phone #: 951-955-2057 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Riverside County FY 2018 - 2019 278 Coachella Valley Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:2,061$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:2,061$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2019-2020 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY19/20 Chip seal 1,603 1,350 4 2 COACHELLA VALLEY AREA: various roads -- Resurfacing program in the Coachella Valley 511 511 4 3 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 4 Only -- Pavement Rehab 200 200 4 TOTALS 2,314 2,061 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 279 Coachella Valley Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:2,123$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:2,123$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2020-2021 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY19/20 Chip seal 1,661 1,400 4 2 COACHELLA VALLEY AREA: various roads -- Resurfacing program in the Coachella Valley 523 523 4 3 Z* FUTURE PROJECTS: District 4 Only -- Pavement Rehab 200 200 4 TOTALS 2,384 2,123 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 280 Coachella Valley Region Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status Supv. Dist. 1 66TH Ave: Van Buren St -- Harrison St Resurf AC paved road 497 35 Complete 4 2 HARRION ST: NW'ly Pierce St -- S'ly Pierce St Resurf AC paved road 312 76 Complete 4 3 LANDFILL RD: Dillon Rd -- E'ly Resurf AC paved road 850 58 Complete 4 4 MONTEREY AVE AT I-10: C.L. Palm Desert -- N'ly Varner Rd 0.1 mi Realign/Add W.bound ramps, Widen Varner Rd 326 15 Complete 4 5 PORTOLA AVE I-10 INTERCHANGE: Between Monterey Av IC -- Cook St IC Const new interchange 30 25 FY 19/20 Start PS&E. Other funds will pay for costs in future years. 4 6 TYLER ST: N'ly 66th Ave 0.46mi -- N'ly 66th Ave 1.0mi Reconst AC paved road 423 41 Complete 4 7 58TH AVE: Monroe St - Jackson St Resurf RMS paved road 198 150 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 8 68TH AVE: Lincoln St - 2664' W Lincoln St Resurf RMS paved road 115 89 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 9 70TH AVE: Fillmore St - Harrison St Resurf RMS paved road 419 350 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 10 CALHOUN ST: 55th Ave - 54th Ave Resurf AC paved road 289 47 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 11 CALHOUN ST: 54th Ave - 53rd Ave Resurf AC paved road 299 50 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 12 FILLMORE ST: 70th Ave - 3710' S 70th Ave Resurf RMS paved road 160 127 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 281 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status Supv. Dist. 13 FILLMORE ST: 3710' S 70th Ave - 72nd Ave Resurf RMS paved road 71 81 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 14 FILLMORE ST: 72nd Ave - 73rd Ave Resurf RMS paved road 115 94 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 15 POLK ST: 70th Ave - 68th Ave Resurf RMS paved road 425 401 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 16 60th AVE: Pierce St -- Buchanan St Resurf RMS paved road 183 14 Complete 4 17 60th AVE: Buchanan St -- Lincoln St Resurf RMS paved road 210 59 Complete 4 18 BUCHANAN ST: 58th Ave -- Airport Blvd Resurf RMS paved road 305 30 Complete 4 19 PIERCE ST: 60th Ave -- 58th Ave Resurf RMS paved road 223 31 Complete 4 20 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY15/16 Chip Seal 2,410 1,089 Complete 4 21 HARRISON ST: 54th Ave -- Airport Blvd Resurf AC paved road 848 52 FY 15/16 Under Construction 4 TOTALS 8,708 2,914 282 Palo Verde Region $ x 1,000 FY 14/15 Audited Measure A Balance:118$ FY 2015-2016 Measure A Revenue:236$ FY 2015-2016 Status Report Expenses:354 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:236$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:236$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2016-2017 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY16/17 Chip seal 2,141 236 4 TOTALS 2,141 236 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 283 Palo Verde Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:241$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:241$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2017-2018 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY17/18 Chip seal 1,441 241 4 TOTALS 1,441 241 Date: 5/4/16 Page of Prepared by: Roy Null Phone #: 951-955-2057 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Riverside County FY 2017 - 2018 284 Palo Verde Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:246$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:246$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2018-2019 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY18/19 Chip seal 1,546 246 4 TOTALS 1,546 246 Date: 5/4/16 Page of Prepared by: Roy Null Phone #: 951-955-2057 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: Riverside County FY 2018 - 2019 285 Palo Verde Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:253$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:253$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2019-2020 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY19/20 Chip seal 253 4 TOTALS 0 253 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 286 Palo Verde Region $ x 1,000 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:-$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:261$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:261$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Supv. Dist. 2020-2021 1 CHIP SEAL OF 4TH DISTRICT ROADS FY19/20 Chip seal 1,661 261 4 TOTALS 1,661 261 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 287 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status Supv. Dist. 1 C & D Blvd: 6th Ave to 8th Ave Resurf RMS paved road 236 179 FY 15/16 Scheduled to finish late FY 15/16 4 2 C & D Blvd: 8th Ave to 10th Ave Resurf RMS paved road 235 80 FY 15/16 Scheduled to finish late FY 15/16 4 3 04TH AVE: Hunter Ave -- SH 95 Resurf RMS paved road 117 95 Complete 4 TOTALS 588 354 Phone #: 951-955-2057 Date: 5/4/16 PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: Riverside County Page of Prepared by: Roy Null 288 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF SAN JACINTO FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 289 This page left intentionally blank. 290 291 292 Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost ($000's) Anticipated Measure A Funds Expended ($000's, 6/30/2016) Estimated/ Actual Completion Status 1 Warren Road Pavement Rehab 20 20 Complete 2 Esplanade Avenue Pavement Rehab 1,000 51 Phase 1 Construction (Warren Rd to Mountain)Advertising (CON Start - August 2016) 3 San Jacinto Avenue Pavement Rehab 600 25 Caltrans reviewing (City Limits)documents 4 Misc Traffic Study &Reports &100 15 On-going Improvements Improvements 5 De Anza Drive (ATP)Bike Lane, Widening,1,000 75 Completing Bid Sidewalk Documents & State Review TOTALS 2,720 186 Phone #: (951) 943-6504 Date: 5/4/2016 PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Agency: City of San Jacinto Page 1 of 6 Prepared by: Habib Motlagh 293 FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:2,529,047$ FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:782,000$ FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:186,000$ Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:3,125,047$ Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:830,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:3,955,047$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2016-2017 1 San Jacinto Ave (Main St to Menlo Ave)Pavement Rehab 600 180 2 Misc Traffic Control & Devices Traffic Operations 100 50 3 Downtown Pavement including State St Pavement Rehab 1,000 500 4 Esplanade Ave (Construct in Phases)Pavement Rehab 1,000 1,000 (State St to Ramona Exwy) 5 De Anza Drive (ATP)Bike Lane, Widening,1,000 35 Sidewalk 6 Ramona Exwy Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 300 300 (East of Lake Park) TOTALS 4,000 2,065 ATTACHMENT B SAMPLE FIVE-YEAR CIP FORMAT Phone #: (951) 943-6504 Date: 5/4/2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2017 Agency: City of San Jacinto Page 2 of 6 Prepared by: Habib Motlagh 294 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:1,890,047$ Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:847,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:2,737,047$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2017-2018 1 Slurry Seal Project Pavement Rehab 1,000 650 (City Wide) 2 Ramona Expressway Pavement Rehab 1,000 600 (Sanderson Ave to City Limits) 3 Sanderson Ave Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 800 800 (Ramona Exwy to Esplanade Ave) TOTALS 2,800 2,050 Date: 5/4/2016 Page 3 of 6 Prepared by: Habib Motlagh Phone #: (951) 943-6504 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of San Jacinto 2017 - 2018 295 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:687,047$ Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:864,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:1,551,047$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2018-2019 1 Esplanade Avenue Pavement Rehab &2,500 500 (Sanderson to Warren)Widening 2 Slurry Seal Project Pavement Rehab 1,200 500 (City Wide) 3 Downtown Pavement Improvements Pavement Rehab 1,000 300 TOTALS 4,700 1,300 Date: 5/4/2016 Page 4 of 6 Prepared by: Habib Motlagh Phone #: (951) 943-6504 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of San Jacinto FY 2018 - 2019 296 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:251,047$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:890,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:1,141,047$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2019-2020 1 Slurry Seal Project Pavement Rehab 1,000 500 (City Wide) 2 State Street Pavement Rehab 1,500 300 (Ramona Exwy to Esplanade Ave) TOTALS 2,500 800 Phone #: (951) 943-6504 Date: 5/4/2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2019 - 2020 Agency: City of San Jacinto Page 5 of 6 Prepared by: Habib Motlagh 297 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:341,047$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:917,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:1,258,047$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 2020-2021 1 Citywide Slurry Seal & Overlay Pavement Rehab 1,000 600 2 Downtown Pavement Improvements Pavement Rehab 300 300 TOTALS 1,300 900 Phone #: (951) 943-6504 Date: 5/4/2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2020 - 2021 Agency: City of San Jacinto Page 6 of 6 Prepared by: Habib Motlagh 298 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF TEMECULA FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 MOE CERTIFICATION AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 299 This page left intentionally blank. 300 May 3, 2016 City of Temecula Department of Public Works 4 I 000 Main Street • Temecula, CA 92590 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 9033 • Temecula, CA 92589-9033 Phone {95 I) 694-64 I I • Fax {95 I) 694-64 75 • www.cityoftemecula.org RIVERSIDE COUNTY . ·~R/>NSPORTATION COMMtSSION Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, California 92501 Re: FY2017-2021 Measure 'A' Local Streets and Roads Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan, MOE Certification and Project Status Report Dear Ms. Alvarez; Attached please find the City ofTemecula's Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan for Measure 'A' funds, including our Project Status Report. The City's Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Certification Statement is also enclosed for your review and approval. All of the projects submitted are included in the City's Five-Year Capital Improvement Program, scheduled for approval by City Council at their regular meeting of June 14, 2016. If any changes are incorporated subsequent to this meeting, a revised five-year plan will be submitted to you. If you require any additional information, please contact me at (951) 506-5163. ?~el~-- Tom Garcia Director of Public Works/City Engineer Enclosures cc: Jennifer Hennessy -Director of Finance Rudy Graciano -Revenue Manager ® Printed on Recycled Paper R:\CIP DIVISION\ST AFFVulieT\PUBWKS\MeasureA FY2017-2 lcoverltr.jc.doc 301 FY 2016117 MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT CERTIFICATION STATEMENT The undersigned agrees and certifies for the City of Temecula (the "Agency") that sales tax transportation funds received pursuant to Ordinance No. 02-001 of the Riverside County Transportation Commission ("Measure A") shall be used in compliance with the Commission's Maintenance of Effort Guidelines and a base year amount of $1,431,799, approved by the Commission at its July 13, 2011 meeting, and that the Agency shall not use such funds to replace discretionary local funds previously expended by the Agency for local transportation purposes. The Agency hereby acknowledges that the failure of the Agency to continue such local expenditure shall result in a reduction or loss of Measure A funds. Additionally, the Agency commits to expending Measure A Local Streets and Roads funds for projects listed in the Five Year Capital Improvement Plan as approved by Riverside County Transportation Commission. Dated: May 3, 2016 Aaron Adams, City Manager ATT.TQ s:; ~-3- Randl Johl, City Clerk 302 ATTACHMENT B CITY OF TEMECULA FIVE-YEAR CIP RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASUREALOCALFUNDSPROGRAM FY 2016 -2017 Agency: City of Temecula Page 1 of 5 Prepared by: Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst Phone#: (951) 694-6463 Date: May 02, 2016 FY2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance: 3,817,647 FY2015-16 Measure A Revenue: 2,747,000 FY2015-16 Project Status report expenses: __ .... (1-',0_0_8....:..,0_0_0.._) Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 5,556,647 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation: ___ 3.._,0_8_6, __ o_oo_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects: 8,642,647 Item Total Cost Measure A No. Project Name I Limits Project Type Funds 2016-2017 1 Pavement Rehabilitation Program -Citywide Street Reconstruction & 6,054,156 5,004,156 Rehabilitation 2 Citywide Street Maintenance Program Right-of-Way 1,820,240 1,820,240 maintenance and repairs to include: Striping/Stenciling, PCC & AC Repairs, Street & ROW Maintenance of IOrain<1na -... Pavement Rehabilitation Program -Winchester Street Reconstruction & 1,518,573 872,383 3 Road Rehabilitation TOTALS 9,392,969 7,696,779 303 Agency: City of Temecula Page 2 of 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASUREALOCALFUNDSPROGRAM 2017-2018 Prepared by: Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst Phone #: (951) 694-6463 Date: May 02, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 945,868 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation: ___ 3_.,_14_8...:..,0_0_0_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects: 4,093,868 Item Total Cost Measure A No. Project Name I Limits Project Tvpe Funds 2017-2018 1 Pavement Rehabilitation Program -Citywide Street Reconstruction & 1,141,219 1,141,219 Rehabilitation 2 Citywide Street Maintenance Program Right-of-Way 1,820,240 1,820,240 maintenance and repairs to include: Striping/Stenciling, PCC & AC Repairs, Street & ROW Maintenance of Drainage Facilities TOTALS 2,961,459 2,961,459 304 Agency: City of Temecula Page 3 of 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2018 -2019 Prepared by: Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst Phone#: (951) 694-6463 Date: May 02, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 1,132,409 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation: ___ 3 __ ,2_1_1 __ ,0_00_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects: 4,343,409 11tem Measure A No. Project Name I Limits Proiect Tvoe Total Cost Funds 2018-2019 1 Pavement Rehabilitation Program -Citywide Street Reconstruction & 1,223,092 1,223,092 Rehabilitation 2 Citywide Street Maintenance Program Right-of-Way 1,820,240 1,820,240 maintenance and repairs to include: Striping/Stenciling, PCC & AC Repairs, Street & ROW Maintenance of Drainage Facilities TOTALS 3,043,332 3,043,332 305 Agency: City of Temecula Page 4 of 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASUREALOCALFUNDSPROGRAM FY 2019 -2020 Prepared by: Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst Phone #: (951) 694-6463 Date: May 02, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 1,300,077 Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation: ___ 3....:.,3_0_7-'-,o_o_o_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects: 4,607,077 iltem lota1 Cost Measure A No. Project Name I Limits Project Tvpe Funds 2019-2020 1 Pavement Rehabilitation Program -Citywide Street Reconstruction & 1,308,973 1,308,973 Rehabilitation 2 Citywide Street Maintenance Program Right-of-Way 1,820,240 1,820,240 maintenance and repairs to include: Striping/Stenciling, PCC & AC Repairs, Street & ROW Maintenance of Drainage Facilities TOTALS 3,129,213 3,129,213 306 Agency: City of Temecula Page 5 of 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASUREALOCALFUNDSPROGRAM FY 2020 -2021 Prepared by: Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst Phone #: (951) 694-6463 Date: May 02, 2016 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance: 1,477,864 Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation: ___ 3_.,4_0_6...:..,o_o_o_ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects: 4,883,864 111em lOtal <JOST Measure A No. Proiect Name I Limits Proiect Tvoe Funds 2020-2021 1 Pavement Rehabilitation Program -Citywide Street Reconstruction & 1,339,038 1,339,038 Rehabilitation 2 Citywide Street Maintenance Program Right-of-Way 1,820,240 1,820,240 maintenance and repairs to include: Striping/Stenciling, PCC & AC Repairs, Street & ROW Maintenance of Drainage Facilities TOTALS 3,159,278 3,159,278 307 ATTACHMENT D **SAMPLE PROJECT STATUS REPORT FORMAT** RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Agency: City of Temecula Page 1 of 1 Prepared by: Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst Phone#: (951) 694-6463 Date: May 02, 2016 Item No. Project Name I Limits Proiect Tvoe 1 Pavement Rehabilitation Program Street Reconstruction -Citywide & Rehabilitation 2 Citywide Street Maintenance Right-of-Way Program maintenance and repairs to include: Striping/Stenciling, PCC & AC Repairs, Street& ROW Maintenance of --... 3 Pavement Rehabilitation Program Street Reconstruction -Winchester Road & Rehabilitation TOTALS Total Cost Measure A Estimated/Actual 1$000'sl Funds 1$000's) Comoletion 7,327 380 Annual pavement rehabilitation program 1,765 603 Annual right-of- way maintenance 1,530 25 Estimated Completion - September 2016 10 622 1 008 Status On-going annual pavement rehabilitation lnrn;.,r+.o On-going annual ROW maintenance projects RFA submitted to Caltrans & in process of review. Construction anticipated to begin A .. -,. .. t '>n4'' 308 Measure A Local Streets and Roads CITY OF WILDOMAR FIVE YEAR CIP 2017-2021 AND PROJECT STATUS REPORT CIP FY 15/16 309 This page left intentionally blank. 310 311 312 Prepared by: Matt Bennett, Deputy City Engineer FY 2014-15 Audited Measure A Balance:$599,835 FY 2015-16 Measure A Revenue:$565,000 FY 2015-16 Project Status report expenses:$515,170 Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$649,665 Estimated FY 2016-2017 Measure A Allocation:$607,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2016-2017 Projects:$1,256,665 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Accessibility Improvements $20,000 $20,000 2 Road Safety Improvements $40,000 $40,000 3 Pavement Maintenance Program $325,000 $325,000 4 Pavement Repair Program $35,000 $35,000 5 Citywide Maintenance Program ROW mainatenance and repair $127,000 $127,000 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Wildomar FY 2016 - 2021 Sidewalk, ramps, repairs, pedestrian and ADA improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety improvements Remove, repair, crack fill, slurry seal as needed Date: 6/2/2016 Repair or reconstruct roadways Page 1 of 6 Phone #: 951-677-7751 5 Citywide Maintenance Program repair 6 Bundy Canyon Road Safety Improvements $252,200 $15,000 7 Grand Ave. & Clinton Keith Rd. Bike Paths Class II and III Bike Paths $949,500 $10,000 8 Grand Ave. Bike Paths - Corydon to BMS Class II Bike Paths $863,340 $10,000 9 Grand Ave. Multi Use Trail Design Multipurpose trail $135,000 $20,000 10 Master Plan of Drainage Update Update MDP $20,000 $20,000 11 Public Works Cost Allocation Interfund Transfer $48,560 $48,560 TOTALS $2,815,600 $670,560 Dirt shoulder improvements and signage 313 Prepared by: Matt Bennett, Deputy City Engineer Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$586,105 Estimated FY 2017-2018 Measure A Allocation:$619,000 Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2017-2018 Projects:$1,205,105 Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Accessibility Improvements $20,000 $20,000 2 Road Safety Improvements $40,000 $40,000 3 Pavement Maintenance Program $300,000 $300,000 4 Pavement Repair Program $35,000 $35,000 5 Citywide Maintenance Program ROW mainatenance and repair $127,000 $127,000 6 Public Works Cost Allocation Interfund Transfer $49,520 $49,520 TOTALS $571,520 $571,520 Remove, repair, crack fill, slurry seal as needed Date: 6/2/2016 Page 2 of 6 Phone #: 951-677-7751 Repair or reconstruct roadways RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM Agency: City of Wildomar FY 2016 - 2021 Sidewalk, ramps, repairs, pedestrian and ADA improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety improvements 314 Prepared by: Matt Bennett, Deputy City Engineer Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:$633,585 Estimated FY 2018-2019 Measure A Allocation:631,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2018-2019 Projects:1,264,585$ Item No. Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Accessibility Improvements $20,000 $20,000 2 Road Safety Improvements $40,000 $40,000 3 Pavement Maintenance Program $350,000 $350,000 4 Pavement Repair Program $35,000 $35,000 5 Citywide Maintenance Program $127,000 $127,000 6 Public Works Cost Allocation Interfund Transfer $50,480 $50,480 TOTALS $622,480 $622,480 Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety itRemove, repair, crack fill, slurry seal as needed Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling: repairs to streets and culvert/ drainage facilities; storm damage/ flood control projects; widening streets Repair or reconstruct roadways Phone #: 951-677-7751 Date: 6/2/2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2021 Agency: City of Wildomar Page 3 of 6 Sidewalk, ramps, repairs, pedestrian and ADA improvements 315 Prepared by: Matt Bennett, Deputy City Engineer Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:642,105$ Estimated FY 2019-2020 Measure A Allocation:650,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2019-2020 Projects:1,292,105$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Accessibility Improvements $20,000 $20,000 2 Road Safety Improvements $40,000 $40,000 3 Pavement Maintenance Program $350,000 $350,000 4 Pavement Repair Program $35,000 $35,000 5 Citywide Maintenance Program $127,000 $127,000 6 Public Works Cost Allocation Interfund Transfer $52,000 $52,000 TOTALS $624,000 $624,000 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2021 Agency: City of Wildomar Page 4 of 6 Phone #: 951-677-7751 Date: 6/2/2016 Sidewalk, ramps, repairs, pedestrian and ADA improvements Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety itRemove, repair, crack fill, slurry seal as needed Repair or reconstruct roadways Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling: repairs to streets and culvert/ drainage facilities; 316 Prepared by: Matt Bennett, Deputy City Engineer Estimated Prior Year Measure A Balance:668,105$ Estimated FY 2020-2021 Measure A Allocation:670,000$ Estimated Measure A Available for FY 2020-2021 Projects:1,338,105$ Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds 1 Accessibility Improvements $20,000 $20,000 2 Road Safety Improvements $40,000 $40,000 3 Pavement Maintenance Program $350,000 $350,000 4 Pavement Repair Program $35,000 $35,000 5 Citywide Maintenance Program $127,000 $127,000 6 Public Works Cost Allocation Interfund Transfer $53,600 $53,600 TOTALS $625,600 $625,600 Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related roadway safety itRemove, repair, crack fill, slurry seal as needed Repair or reconstruct roadways Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling: repairs to streets and culvert/ drainage facilities; Phone #: 951-677-7751 Date: 6/2/2016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEASURE A LOCAL FUNDS PROGRAM FY 2016 - 2021 Agency: City of Wildomar Page 5 of 6 Sidewalk, ramps, repairs, pedestrian and ADA improvements 317 Prepared by: Matt Bennett, Deputy City Engineer Item No.Project Name / Limits Project Type Total Cost Measure A Funds Estimated Completion Status 1 Accessibility Improvements $240,400 $27,000 - (Almond Street Sidewalk) 2 Road Safety Improvements $7,000 $7,000 - 3 Pavement Maintenance Program $152,600 $17,670 Winter 2016 4 Pavement Repair Program $10,000 $10,000 - (Replaced Roadway Imp. to Unpaved Rds.) 5 George Avenue Sidewalk Sidewalk improvement $139,430 $5,000 Spring 2015 NOC filed 6 Bundy Canyon Road Safety Improvements $252,200 $25,300 Winter 2015 PE 7 Grand Ave. Bike Paths - Corydon to BMS Class II and III Bike Paths $949,500 $70,000 Fall 2016 90% PS&E (Grand Ave. & Clinton Keith Rd. Bike Paths) 8 Grand Ave. Bike Paths - Corydon to BMS Class II Bike Paths $863,340 $53,000 Fall 2016 90% PS&E RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION PROJECT STATUS REPORT FY 2015-2016 Agency: City of Wildomar Page 6 of 6 Phone #: 951-677-7751 Date: 6/2/2016 Sidewalk, ramps, repairs, pedestrian and Ongoing program. Unexpended funds will carry over. Remove, replace, install signs, pavement markings, related Ongoing program. Unexpended funds will carry over. Remove, repair, crack fill, slurry seal as needed NOC filed Repair or reconstruct roadways Ongoing program. Unexpended funds will carry over. Dirt shoulder improvements and signage 9 Grand Ave. Multi Use Trail $135,000 $57,000 Fall 2016 90% PS&E 10 Signal modification $110,000 $11,000 Winter 2016 11 Master Plan of Drainage Update Update MDP $80,000 $80,000 Fall 2016 Research 12 Citywide Maintenance Program $107,000 $107,000 - 13 Public Works Cost Allocation Interfund Transfer $45,200 $45,200 (8% of Measure A revenue) TOTALS 3,091,670 515,170 Clinton Keith/ Hidden Springs Traffic Signal Modification Project NOC filed Right-of-way maintenance and repair to include but not limited to: striping, stenciling: repairs to streets and culvert/ drainage facilities; storm damage/ Ongoing program. Unexpended funds will carry over. Project 9, 10, and 11 in italics are projects adopted by Wildomar's City Council on Feb 12, 2014 as part of the Five-Year CIP, and the budgets were amended by the Dec. 10th, 2014 and the April 8th, 2015. In the 4th quarter, City Council will reappropriate funds to address the increase and decrease in project funding listed above. Design Multipurpose trail 318 AGENDA ITEM 10 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: June 27, 2016 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: Programming of Additional Federal Funds for Union Pacific Pachappa Underpass Project and 2016 Earmark Repurposing Funds STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Rescind previous programming for the Pachappa Underpass project (Pachappa project) including up to $13 million of federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds and 1989 Measure A Western Riverside County highway funds; 2) Approve programming $847,552 of available 2016 federal earmark repurposing funds from prior Commission projects and additional federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) and/or CMAQ funds to the Pachappa project to complete the State Route 91 High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane project for a total amount of $12 million; 3) Approve programming available federal repurposed earmark balances that cannot be used by other local agencies to the Pachappa project in place of federal STP and/or CMAQ funds so funds stay within Riverside County and do not lapse; 4) Approve an increase of $2,261,700 in Fiscal Year 2016/17 Budget federal revenues; 5) Direct staff to continue working with the cities and county to review eligible projects for repurposing and provide assistance with the federal repurposing process; and 6) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On March 8, 2016, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) issued guidance on repurposing earmark balances (or savings) that are 10 years old or have not been obligated. The repurposing funds are made available from the federal transportation bill, Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act), and will be a one-time only opportunity to repurpose the earmark balances. Per FHWA guidance, the repurposed earmark must be obligated by September 30, 2019, and if the funds are not obligated by this date, the funds will lapse with no opportunity for an extension or to repurpose the funds to another project. Since the funds are federal, any project identified for repurposing must comply with all federal aid requirements. Projects identified for repurposing must also be within 50 miles of the original earmark project. Agenda Item 10 13 The Commission was the lead agency on three of the old earmark projects, and therefore, staff recommends the earmark balances totaling $847,552 are repurposed to the Commission’s Pachappa project, which is the last segment of the SR-91 HOV Lane project. Federal funds were previously programmed on the SR-91 HOV Lane project. Project Federal Legislation Balance Realign and improve SR-79 TEA-21 $ 84,436 SR-79 improvements SAFETEA-LU $ 43,195 SR-74/I-215 interchange (IC) SAFETEA-LU $719,921 Total $847,552 In December 2015, the Commission supported Caltrans’ recommendation to delete the Pachappa project work from the SR-91 HOV Lane project construction contract and repackage the work as the Pachappa project with the Commission serving as lead agency. This would allow the existing construction contract to be completed sooner and would reduce the overall cost of both projects. The Commission also approved reprogramming to the Pachappa project up to $13 million of federal CMAQ funds and remaining 1989 Measure A Western Riverside County highway funds from the SR-91 HOV Lane project construction and right of way phases. Staff stated at that time, should additional funds be required, a new item would be brought to the Commission for action. The SR-91 HOV Lane project is substantially complete; however, closeout of the project has not been completed, so the remaining balance of funds has not yet been determined. Due to this uncertainty, staff recommends: 1) rescinding the previous programming of remaining CMAQ balances and 1989 Measure A Western Riverside County highway funds from the SR-91 HOV Lane project; and 2) programming sufficient federal funds (a combination of CMAQ, STP, and repurposed earmarks) to cover the entire Pachappa project. Utilizing the repurposed funds allows the Commission to save local funds, as the funding for the Pachappa project will consist of 100 percent federal funds through a combination of STP and/or CMAQ and a minimum of $847,552, of federal earmark repurposed funds. The repurposed funds may increase depending on review of the other earmark balances; however, the total programming amount of federal funds for the Pachappa project is $12 million. There are other old earmark balances on county and city projects within Riverside County that are available for repurposing. Balances on these projects are currently being discussed with the local agencies regarding the status of the earmark projects and the ability for the local agency to repurpose the balance on another federally eligible project within the obligation deadline. Other earmark project balances that were identified by FHWA for potential repurposing include the following: Agenda Item 10 14 Agency Project Legislation Repurpose Yes/No Balance Banning/County of Riverside Ramsey Street Extension 2003 App Act Yes, project infeasible $ 1,738,625 *Beaumont SR-60/Potrero IC SAFETEA-LU Under review 1,439,840 Calimesa County Line Road Improvement SAFETEA-LU No, project ongoing 933,840 Corona SR-91/Green River TEA-21 Yes, project complete 156,585 County of Riverside SR-86/Avenue 66 Grade Separation SAFETEA-LU No, project ongoing 3,239,640 Desert Hot Springs Upgrade Essential Roads SAFETEA-LU Yes, project complete 36,544 Murrieta I-215/Los Alamos IC SAFETEA-LU No, project ongoing 346,983 Murrieta I-215/California Oaks SAFETEA-LU Yes, project complete 1,439,840 Riverside Victoria Restoration SAFETEA-LU Yes, project ineligible 359,960 Temecula I-15/SR-79 IC SAFETEA-LU No, project ongoing 1,439,840 Temecula I-15/Winchester IC SAFETEA-LU No, project ongoing 1,439,840 *City staff is currently reviewing the status of the project. Staff will continue to work with the cities and county to ensure the request to repurpose the earmark balance is done according to FHWA and Caltrans guidance. Staff recommends any balance on the above repurposing list that will not be utilized by the local agency, or relates to a project determined infeasible, be repurposed to the Pachappa project. The only exception is that earmark balances in Coachella Valley would need to remain there to meet the 50 mile repurposing requirement. Therefore, staff will coordinate earmark balances in the Coachella Valley, if any, with the county of Riverside and Coachella Valley Association of Governments. It should be noted earmark balances on projects that are ongoing, or are not recommended for repurposing, are not subject to an expiration date. Staff will continue to review the status of city of Beaumont’s earmark project on SR-60/Potrero Boulevard interchange and will report back to the Commission if these funds will remain on the project or if the funds will be repurposed. If the funds are to be repurposed, staff recommends that the balance of $1,439,840, also be added to the Pachappa project. The schedule for recommending projects for repurposing is as follows: 08/01/16 Regions submit project repurposing forms to Caltrans 08/31/16 Caltrans submits repurposed list of projects to FHWA 09/12/16 Deadline for repurposing As outlined above, projects identified for repurposing must be submitted to Caltrans by August 1, 2016. Therefore, policy direction is needed to target the earmark balances on as few projects as possible to avoid a burdensome process that could jeopardize the availability of this repurposing opportunity. Staff’s recommendation to repurpose the earmark balances on the Agenda Item 10 15 Pachappa project, which is already federalized and can obligate the funds within the year, will achieve the above deadlines and guarantee the funds are not a loss to the county. There is no financial impact related to the repurposing of the earmark funds; rather, the programming of such funds for the Pachappa project creates the financial impact to the Commission. The FY 2016/17 Budget includes federal revenues of $9,738,300; therefore, a budget adjustment of $2,261,700 is required to increase the federal revenues. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes No Year: FY 2016/17 FY 2016/17 Amount: $9,738,300 $2,261,700 Source of Funds: Federal STP, CMAQ, and earmarks Budget Adjustment: No Yes GL/Project Accounting No.: 003038 414 41410 0000 262 31 41401 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 06/21/2016 Agenda Item 10 16 Earmark Repurposing June 23, 2016 Budget and Implementation Committee Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016 •Earmarks can be repurposed if: –They are 10 years or older, and: •Less than 10 percent has been obligated; OR •The project is complete and a balance remains •50 mile radius •Funds must be obligated by 9/30/2019 •Projects must meet federal requirements •State decides Timeline •August 1 – Regions must submit repurposing requests to Caltrans •August 31 – Caltrans submits repurposing list to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) •September 12 – Deadline for repurposing RCTC Approach Earmark Recipient Policy RCTC Repurpose to Pachappa Underpass Project (related to SR-91 HOV Project) City/County in western county Work with City/County to identify eligible project(s) for repurposing. If none available in that jurisdiction, repurpose to Pachappa Underpass Project City/County in Coachella Valley Work with City/County and CVAG to identify eligible project(s) for repurposing. RCTC Approach •Objectives: –Ensure all earmark funds are spent within Riverside County, no loss of funds; –Prioritize RCTC earmark funds for regional Measure A projects; •Effect: reduces local funds needed for Measure projects –If possible, keep earmark funds in original jurisdiction; •If not, assist regional Measure A projects. Earmarks Available Recipient Project Balance Banning/ County of Riv. Ramsey St. Extension $1,738,625 *Beaumont (under review) SR-60/ Potrero IC $1,439,840 Corona SR-91/Green River IC $156,585 Desert Hot Springs Upgrade Essential Roads $36,544 Murrieta I-215/ California Oaks IC $1,439,840 Riverside Victoria Ave. Restoration $359,960 County of Riv. SR-86/Ave 66 Grade Sep $3,239,640 Recipient Project Balance RCTC Realign and improve SR-79 $84,436 RCTC SR-79 improvements $43,195 RCTC SR-74/I-215 interchange $719,921 Total $847,552 Recommended Action 1) Rescind previous programming for the Pachappa Underpass project (Pachappa project) including up to $13 million of federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds and 1989 Measure A Western Riverside County highway funds; 2) Approve programming $847,552 of available 2016 federal earmark repurposing funds from prior Commission projects and additional federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) and/or CMAQ funds to the Pachappa project to complete the State Route 91 High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane project for a total amount of $12 million; 3) Approve programming available federal repurposed earmark balances that cannot be used by other local agencies to the Pachappa project in place of federal STP and/or CMAQ funds so funds stay within Riverside County and do not lapse; 4) Approve an increase of $2,261,700 in Fiscal Year 2016/17 Budget federal revenues; 5) Direct staff to continue working with the cities and county to review eligible projects for repurposing and provide assistance with the federal repurposing process; and 6) Forward to the Commission for final action. 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AGENDA ITEM 11 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: June 27, 2016 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Josefina Clemente, Transit Manager THROUGH: Robert Yates, Multimodal Services Director SUBJECT: Riverside County Transit Services Funding Allocation for Fiscal Year 2016/17 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Conduct a public hearing at its July Commission meeting on the proposed Section 5307 Program of Projects (POP); 2) Approve the Fiscal Year 2016/17 Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) Section 5307 and 5311 POP for Riverside County; 3) Approve the FY 2016/17 Local Transportation Fund (LTF) and State Transit Assistance (STA) fund allocations for transit; 4) Direct staff to add projects into the Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP); 5) Adopt Resolution No. 16-014, “Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission to Allocate State Transit Assistance Funds”; and 6) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At its June 8 meeting, the Commission approved the FY 2016/17 – FY 2018/19 Short Range Transit Plans (SRTPs) for the cities of Banning, Beaumont, Corona, and Riverside; the Commission’s Commuter Rail Program; Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency (PVVTA); Riverside Transit Agency (RTA); and SunLine Transit Agency (SunLine). The core components of each agency’s SRTP include the operating and capital plans and accompanying budget with cost estimates for each aspect of the plan along with an implementation timeline. The SRTPs also document each operator’s system and route performance data, which provide the basis for the Commission’s oversight activities to ensure compliance with federal regulations, the Transportation Development Act (TDA), state law, and Commission-adopted policies and guidelines. The annual update is aimed at refining and improving productivity and mobility to ensure sales tax funds and other funding resources are spent in the most efficient and cost effective manner. Throughout the development and execution of the SRTPs, the Commission maintains its immediate focus by providing an integrated network of transit services convenient for county residents to meet the county’s identified unmet needs over a three-year time frame. Agenda Item 11 17 In January 2016, the Commission received information on the FY 2016/17 revenue projections, which were subsequently revised in April 2016, in connection with the final budget compilation. The revised revenues reflected an increase of 2.4 percent in LTF and 1.8 percent in Measure A funding compared to the FY 2015/16 revised estimates. The California State Controller’s office also released the FY 2016/17 STA preliminary allocation estimates for the region, indicating approximately 19 percent decrease compared to last year’s estimate. This year’s STA funding allocation for Coachella Valley includes a set aside of 10 percent of STA funds into the Coachella Valley Intercity Rail fund to cover operating expenses related to technical work for the development of the Los Angeles to Coachella Valley corridor in the state rail plan. This set- aside is based on a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Commission and the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG), with the split share of the STA funds apportioned to Coachella Valley starting at 5 percent in FY 2014/15, 7 percent in FY 2015/16, and 10 percent in FY 2016/17 and thereafter. The MOU demonstrates both agencies’ commitment toward implementing a rail program in the Coachella Valley by using both federal and state funding sources. SRTP Financial and Ridership Overview Approximately $195 million in total funding is required to support the FY 2016/17 operating and capital requests for the provision of transit services in Riverside County. The following table provides an overview of the total operating and capital costs together with projected ridership levels by apportionment area. For the last four years, Riverside County ridership showed a steady increase at an average annual increase of 2 to 3 percent, with peak ridership recorded in FY 2012/13. For FY 2015/16, however, the ridership estimate indicates about 17.8 million passengers in Riverside County, a decrease of 3.5 percent over FY 2014/15, showing a similar downward ridership trend among other transit operators in the region as well as nationwide. Nevertheless, as shown in Attachment 4, the funding plan for FY 2016/17 is forecasted to generate approximately 18.1 million riders, a slight 1.6 percent higher than the projection for FY 2015/16. Expense Type Bus Rail Bus Rail Operating 87,068,064$ 36,950,600$ 33,474,111$ 3,059,395$ 1,010,582$ 161,562,752$ Capital 13,714,089 847,586 19,055,873 - 164,487 33,782,035 Total (Operating & Capital)*100,782,153$ 37,798,186$ 52,529,984$ 3,059,395$ 1,175,069$ 195,344,787$ FY 2016/17 Projected Ridership 10,282,435 3,179,392 4,621,406 0 48,299 18,131,532 * Exclusive of LA Metro, OCTA & SANBAG's share and passenger fare revenues for Commuter Rail expenses Coachella Valley FY 2016/17 Operating, Capital and Ridership Projections TotalPalo Verde Valley Western Riverside Agenda Item 11 18 Total operating expenses for next year’s transit operations reflect a systemwide increase of 13 percent, however there was a significant decrease of 41 percent in capital expenditures compared to FY 2015/16 funding levels. The rise in operating costs is attributable mainly to full-year start-up operating expenditures and additional bus service connections for the Perris Valley Line service as well as new expenditures for the Coachella Valley rail planning and development. Other drivers of rising operating expenses are expanded service hours to meet public demand as well as increasing pension and other personnel costs. Capital funds programmed in FY 2016/17 are much less than the previous year due to the significant capital funding for vehicle procurements. This includes SunLine’s five new hydrogen fuel cell buses funded mainly with a FTA Low and No Emission Vehicle program funds and capital outlay for RTA’s new maintenance facility, which is funded mainly with Proposition 1B Public Transportation, Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement (PTMISEA) funds programmed in the previous year. FY 2016/17 Operating and Capital Costs To implement the SRTPs for FY 2016/17, the request is to utilize available funding of approximately $161 million for operating and $34 million for capital purposes. This total does not include the additional rail subsidy and fare subsidy (approximately $37 million) from the other Metrolink partner agencies to leverage the Commission’s Commuter Rail Program. The following chart provides an overview of the operating and capital costs by funding source required to support the county’s transit operations. Riverside County: FY 2016/17 Operating and Capital Costs TDA (LTF & STA Funds), $98,631,366 , 51% Measure A, $20,041,996 , 10% Federal Formula Funds (Sec 5307, 5311, 5311f, 5310, 5339, 5316, 5317) & CMAQ, $32,452,855 , 17% State Prop 1B (Cap+Security), LCTOP & AQIP grant funds, $11,655,640 , 6%Federal Rail Administration grant funds , $2,900,000 , 1% Passenger Fares, $23,458,877 , 12% Other Revenues, $4,672,043 , 2% Carryover Funds (Sec 5307/5310/5304 & LCTOP), $1,532,010 , 1% Agenda Item 11 19 Approximately $165.7 million (85 percent) consists of federal, state, and local funds, including Proposition 1B funds and Low Carbon Transit Operations Program (LCTOP) funds that are primarily allocated through Commission action. This also includes other discretionary grant funds such as the Federal Rail Administration (FRA) and the Air Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) funds. The remaining $29.7 million (15 percent) of the $195 million total operating and capital costs identified in the chart is funded by the following sources: • $23.5 million – Passenger fares (Bus and Rail) • $ 1.5 million – Carryover funds (Federal Sections 5307, 5310, 5304 planning, and LCTOP) • $ 4.7 million – Miscellaneous other revenues (advertising fees, compressed natural gas sales, general fund contributions, low carbon fuel standard credits, building lease, medical reimbursements, state responsibility area overhead fee, taxi voucher sales, bond proceeds, bus shelter maintenance revenue, and interest income) Transportation Development Act Funding TDA provides funding through two sources, the LTF and STA and is one of the major funding sources for public transit in California. LTF funding is derived from a quarter cent of the statewide general sales tax collected within each county. The State Board of Equalization returns the sales tax revenues to the county of Riverside where it is held until the Commission provides written allocation instructions for disbursement. It is estimated that LTF revenues for transit services for FY 2016/17 will be $79.2 million reflecting a 2.4 percent increase compared to the revised projected amount for FY 2015/16, and is consistent with the revenue projection included in the June 2016 Commission adoption of the FY 2016/17 budget. There is approximately $88.3 million in LTF unallocated reserve funds projected at the end of FY 2015/16, resulting in a total available amount of $159.5 million in FY 2016/17, excluding a 10 percent reserve of FY 2016/17 revenues for unforeseen cost increases or emergencies. Of this LTF amount, approximately $91.1 million will be programmed by county transit operators for operating needs. STA funding is derived from sales tax on diesel fuel. Fifty percent of STA funds are allocated according to population, and the other 50 percent is allocated according to the ratio of fare revenues generated in each area during the prior fiscal year. For Riverside County, there is approximately $48.2 million in STA unallocated reserve funds projected at the end of FY 2015/16. Additional revenues of $9.7 million are anticipated in FY 2016/17 for a total available amount of $58 million. Approximately $7.5 million of this fund balance will be programmed by county transit operators for various capital projects in FY 2016/17. Now that the annual STA revenues started to slow down again, declining 19 percent in FY 2016/17 compared to the previous year, it is necessary to continue using the current fund reserve conservatively and to spend down existing capital balances prior to requesting additional funds (per Commission policy). Maintaining sufficient reserve funds is imperative to prepare for inevitable needs such as replacing old vehicles and upgrading equipment. Prior to approving Agenda Item 11 20 STA allocations, the Commission must adopt the attached resolution (Attachment 1) as specified in the TDA statutes and regulations. To claim LTF and/or STA funds, the Commission must allocate funds to support the transit services and capital projects contained in each operator’s SRTP. The requested allocations need to be explicit for the projects stated in the approved plans and consistent with the approved SRTPs. Attachment 2 outlines the TDA allocations for FY 2016/17 requested by each operator. Measure A Funding Measure A, the half-cent sales tax transportation initiative in Riverside County, is another primary source of funding for transit. Measure A funds for transit programs in Western County and Coachella Valley provide funding support for specialized transit, intercity bus services, and commuter rail. About 10 percent of the proposed FY 2016/17 expenditures will be covered by Measure A funds. The spending plan for the new fiscal year is outlined below. Measure A Requested Funds Agency Amount RTA $ 2,804,000 RCTC Commuter Rail 11,402,300 SunLine 5,835,696 Total $ 20,041,996 Proposition 1B Funding Proposition 1B bond proceeds fund various transportation programs, including the Proposition 1B PTMISEA program for capital administered by Caltrans and the California Transit Security Program (Security) managed by the California Office of Emergency Services. The PTMISEA capital program funds replacement equipment, system rehabilitation, capital service improvements or expansion, and bus rapid transit. Under the Proposition 1B Security program, eligible projects include capital projects to protect against security threats or develop a disaster response plan for transit. Riverside County was appropriated approximately $1.8 million in FY 2015/16 Proposition 1B Security funds that are programmed in FY 2016/17. The Proposition 1B PTMISEA funds programmed in FY 2016/17 are FY 2008/09 residual funds that were distributed back to the region. Proposition 1B funds programmed by agencies in FY 2016/17 are as follows: Agenda Item 11 21 Proposition 1B Agency Capital Security City of Banning $ 5,409 $ 19,199 City of Beaumont 5,274 18,734 City of Corona 11,150 79,129 City of Riverside 13,651 48,476 SunLine 117,802 373,551 RCTC Commuter Rail 100,774 355,763 PVVTA 6,321 17,821 Total $ 260,381 $ 912,673 Low Carbon Transit Operations Program Funding LCTOP is funded from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund aimed at providing operating and capital assistance for transit agencies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve mobility with a priority to serve disadvantaged communities. The programmed LCTOP funding in Riverside County is part of the $75 million appropriation for FY 2015/16, as detailed in the state of California’s 2014 Budget Act. Caltrans is the administering agency for LCTOP, and eligible recipients include transportation planning agencies, county transportation commissions, and transit operators. Allocation shares are determined by formula based on population and ratio of revenue of transit operator’s jurisdiction to the total operator revenues in the state. FY 2016/17 LCTOP Requested Funds Agency Amount City of Beaumont $ 63,619 RCTC Commuter Rail 391,049 SunLine PVVTA 539,373 25,345 Total $ 1,019,386 Air Quality Improvement Program Funding AQIP is a voluntary incentive program administered by the California Air Resources Board to fund clean vehicle and equipment projects, research of biofuels production and the air quality impacts of alternative fuels. In April 2016, SunLine successfully secured a FY 2014/15 AQIP award in the amount of $9,463,200 to implement SunLine’s Fuel Cell Buses and Hydrogen Onsite Refueling Station Pilot Commercial Deployment project. The project objective is to accelerate the adoption and commercial deployment of heavy-duty-emission technologies by deploying five fuel cell electric buses supported by a hydrogen refueling station with on-site hydrogen generator using 100 percent renewable energy. This project will provide other fleet operators a one-stop-shop solution to eliminate fuel cell bus adoption barriers caused by lack of available heavy-duty hydrogen refueling stations. Proposed buses will operate on regular Agenda Item 11 22 routes from the communities of Indio to Mecca and Oasis, providing zero emission transportation to disadvantaged communities. Required match funds of $2,750,000 will come from Section 5307 federal funding. FY 2016/17 AQIP Requested Funds Agency Amount SunLine $ 9,463,200 Total $ 9,463,200 Section 5307 Formula Funds FTA Section 5307 is authorized each year via the federal transportation bill in urbanized areas of 50,000 or more. Funds are distributed to regions by urbanized area formula based upon population served and the amount of transit service provided. Under Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21), the use of urbanized area (UZA) formula funds has been expanded to include the former Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) program. Additionally transit systems operating 100 or fewer buses in fixed-route service during peak service hours may currently use up to 75 percent of their share of funding for operating. Previously, only urbanized areas with populations below 200,000 were eligible to use the Section 5307 funds for operating. The new program also allows up to 85 percent federal share for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant vehicles for paratransit service. Riverside County consists of four UZAs, namely: • Riverside/San Bernardino; • Hemet/San Jacinto; • Temecula/Murrieta; and • Indio/Cathedral City/Palm Springs. The Commission must develop and approve a POP for each UZA and conduct a public hearing prior to an operator submitting its Section 5307 grant application to FTA. If the draft POP is not amended through the public hearing process, the POP will become final as presented and will be included in an approved FTIP, which is subsequently forwarded to the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) for review and processing. Attachment 3 shows the proposed Section 5307 POP for Riverside County. Section 5307 funds requested by operators are shown below: FY 2016/17 Section 5307 Requested Funds Agency Amount City of Riverside $ 623,150 RTA 19,670,270 SunLine 6,000,000 Total $ 26,293,420 Agenda Item 11 23 The actual Section 5307 apportionments for FY 2016/17 will not be known until later this calendar year when final appropriations are made by Congress. The POP was developed at the highest anticipated funding amount based on actual available apportionments for FY 2015/16 to allow the operators to proceed with the grant applications and avoid delays associated with program amendments. Any excess funds will be carried over to the subsequent fiscal year and will be made available to cover future projects. Sections 5310 Funds – Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities The federal Section 5310 grant provides financial assistance to enhance mobility of seniors and persons with disabilities to serve their special needs beyond traditional public transit and ADA complementary paratransit. The program was modified under MAP-21 and offers additional project eligibility categories including Section 5317 (New Freedom or NF) program activities. The expanded eligibility provisions are a result of the consolidation of the Section 5317 program, which was repealed and combined with the Section 5310 program. The program’s main focus is funding mobility management activities and capital project expenses, primarily for nonprofit agencies; however, public agencies are eligible to apply for projects if the public agencies certify that no non-profit organizations are readily available to provide the services in the same area. Funds can be used to cover capital and operating expenses. RTA identified the use of Section 5310 funding to cover expenses for its ongoing travel training program. SunLine will use Section 5310 funds to partially fund its taxi voucher program. FY 2016/17 Section 5310 Requested Funds Agency Amount RTA SunLine $ 370,000 29,606 Total $ 399,606 Section 5311 Formula and Discretionary Funds The federal Section 5311 transit funding provides formula funds to rural or non-urbanized areas in the state. The program is administered by Caltrans, and the majority of these funds are passed through to counties based on population formula. This year’s program allocates a total of $891,833 for Riverside County and as in previous years, both RTA and SunLine identified the use of Section 5311 formula funds for operating. Remaining funds are awarded in a statewide discretionary program for rural capital projects and intercity bus programs (Section 5311f). FY 2016/17 Section 5311 and 5311(f) Requested Funds Agency Section 5311 Section 5311 (f) RTA $ 550,261 $ - SunLine 341,572 300,000 Total $ 891,833 $ 300,000 Agenda Item 11 24 Section 5316 and 5317 Formula Funds Under the MAP-21 authorization, federal programs Section 5316 JARC and Section 5317 NF funding were merged under the current Section 5307 and 5310 federal programs. Previous FY 2012/13 and FY 2013/14 JARC and NF funding were distributed to public and non-profit agencies through the bi-annual Specialized Transit Universal Call for Projects. As of June 2016, SunLine reported unprogrammed and unexpended funding allotments and is programming the remaining funds to partially cover its Taxi Voucher Program and the Commuter Link 220 operating expenses for FY 2016/17 as follows: Agency Section 5316 (JARC) Section 5317 (NF) SunLine $ 13,093 $ 57,488 Total $ 13,093 $ 57,488 Section 5339 Formula Funds The FTA Section 5339 (Bus and Bus Facilities) program provides capital funding to replace, rehabilitate and purchase buses/vans, and related equipment and to construct bus-related facilities. Funds can also be used to introduce new technology and safety and security items for transit systems. It is a new formula grant program under MAP-21, replacing the previous Section 5309 Bus and Bus Facilities discretionary program. The program apportions funds to urban areas by population and service factors. This year’s program allocates about $4.3 million in formula funds for RTA, city of Riverside and SunLine. FY 2016/17 Section 5339 Requested Funds Agency Amount RTA $ 3,161,767 City of Riverside 191,606 SunLine 942,874 Total $ 4,296,247 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Funds The Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program helps fund regional and local efforts to attain compliance with national air quality standards established in the federal Clean Air Act. These funds are largely spent on transportation control measures and eligible activities include transit improvements, travel demand management strategies, traffic flow improvements, and public fleet conversion to cleaner fuels. These funds are distributed by SCAG to regions which conduct the project selection process according to its Regional Transportation Plan priorities. Program funds can be used for both capital and operating assistance. Agenda Item 11 25 FY 2016/17 Section CMAQ Requested Funds Agency Amount SunLine 201,168 Total $ 201,168 Federal Railroad Administration Grant Funding The Commission in partnership with Caltrans secured a FRA planning grant in April 2015, to support the seamless continuation of the Coachella Valley-San Gorgonio Pass Rail Corridor project from Phase 1 to Phase 2. Funding for Phase 1 of the project primarily comes from the Proposition 1B PTMISEA funds, and the FRA grant award of $2.98 million will be used towards Phase 2 of the study to be performed by HDR Engineering, Inc. to complete the environmental report and project service development plan. The planning work is scheduled to begin in July 2016. The result of the study will determine the potential implementation of an intercity passenger rail service between Indio in the Coachella Valley through the San Gorgonio Pass to Los Angeles Union Station in Los Angeles. Local match for the grant will be provided by TDA funds allocated to the Coachella Valley Rail Fund. FY 2016/17 FRA Requested Funds Agency Amount Coachella Valley Rail Fund $ 2,900,000 Total $ 2,900,000 Summary and Fiscal Impact Staff recommendation is to approve the TDA and FTA funds as presented, as it is the Commission’s responsibility to allocate and program these funds. If any additional funding revenue becomes available during the budget year, transit operators will prepare the necessary SRTP amendments, as appropriate, to identify new or expanded services and capital projects. Modifications in farebox revenues, other federal and state grants, Measure A funding, or carryover funds may require operators to revise these services to operate within the funding limit available. Funding allocations for LTF and STA are based on the revenue estimates developed for the FY 2016/17 Commission budget. FTA revenues do not pass through the Commission, except for rail, and are therefore not included in the Commission’s budget. The FY 2016/17 budget adopted at the June Commission meeting included $87 million in LTF transit operating and $5.6 million in LTF transit capital expenditures, as well as $165,000 in STA transit operating and $21,215,000 in STA transit capital expenditures. Agenda Item 11 26 These budgeted LTF and STA expenditures, which include use of prior year capital allocations, are expected to be funded by FY 2016/17 revenues, as well as available fund balances. Based on the final recommended LTF and STA allocations, a budget adjustment of $4,116,847 is required. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes No Yes Year: FY 2016/17 Amount: $91,097,619 (LTF) $ 4,116,847 (LTF) $ 7,533,747 (STA) Source of Funds: TDA: LTF and STA Budget Adjustment: No Yes* No GLA No.: LOCAL TRANSPORTATION FUND Western County Bus 601 62 86101 P2210 $53,764,975, including budget adjustment of $964,975* Western County Rail 601 62 97001 P2213 $17,798,300 Coachella Valley Bus 601 62 86101 P2211 $18,651,872, including budget adjustment of $3,151,872* Palo Verde Valley 601 62 86101 P2212 $ 882,472 STATE TRANSIT ASSISTANCE Western County Bus 241 62 86102 P2201 $3,726,274 Coachella Valley Bus 241 62 86102 P2202 $ 3,533,078 Coachella Valley Rail 241 62 97001 P2202 $ 159,395 (Transfer Out) Palo Verde Valley 241 62 86102 P2203 $ 115,000 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 06/14/2016 Attachments: 1) Resolution No. 16-014 2) TDA Allocations (STA and LTF) 3) Section 5307 Program of Projects 4) FY 2016/17 and FY 2015/16 Operating and Capital Requests and Ridership Projections Agenda Item 11 27 ATTACHMENT 1 RESOLUTION NO. 16-014 A RESOLUTION OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TO ALLOCATE STATE TRANSIT ASSISTANCE FUNDS WHEREAS, the Riverside County Transportation Commission is designated the regional entity responsible for the allocation of State Transit Assistance Funds within Riverside County; and WHEREAS, the Riverside County Transportation Commission has examined the Short Range Transit Plans and Transportation Improvement Program; and WHEREAS, all proposed expenditures in Riverside County are in conformity with the Regional Transportation Plan; and WHEREAS, the level of passenger fares is sufficient for claimants to meet the fare revenue requirements of Public Utilities Code Sections 99268.2, 99268.3, 99268.4, 99268.5, and 99268.9, as applicable; and WHEREAS, the claimant is making full use of federal funds available under the Federal Transit Act; and WHEREAS, the sum of the claimant’s allocations from the state transit assistance fund and from the local transportation fund does not exceed the amount the claimant is eligible to receive during the fiscal year; and WHEREAS, priority consideration has been given to claims to offset reductions in federal operating assistance and the unanticipated increase in the cost of fuel, to enhance existing public transportation services, and to meet high priority regional, countywide, or area-wide public transportation needs; and WHEREAS, the public transit operators have made a reasonable effort to implement the productivity improvements recommended pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 99244; and WHEREAS, the claimant is not precluded by any contract entered into on or after June 28, 1979, from employing part-time drivers or contracting with common carriers or persons operating under a franchise or license; and WHEREAS, operators are in full compliance with Section 18081.1 of the Vehicle Code, as required in Public Utilities Code Section 99251. 28 ATTACHMENT 1 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Riverside County Transportation Commission to allocate State Transit Assistance Funds for FY 2016/17 as detailed in Attachment 2. This resolution shall take effect immediately upon its passage. APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 13th day of July, 2016. Scott Matas, Chair Riverside County Transportation Commission ATTEST: Jennifer Harmon, Clerk of the Board Riverside County Transportation Commission 29 ATTACHMENT 2Page 1 of 2AGENCY/APPORTIONMENT AREAESTIMATED OPERATING COSTSESTIMATED CAPITAL COSTSESTIMATED TOTAL COSTS ESTIMATED NON - LTF REVENUESRECOMMENDED LTF TRANSIT ALLOCATIONS FOR FY 2016/17LTF OPERATING FY 2016/17LTF CAPITAL FY 2016/17City of Banning1,682,001$ $ 69,199 $ 1,751,200 $ 264,099 $ 1,487,101 1,487,101$ -$ City of Beaumont2,549,939 734,008 3,283,947 1,039,259 2,244,688 2,244,688 - City of Corona2,473,717 932,021 3,405,738 1,426,765 1,978,973 1,978,973 - Riverside Special Services4,364,819 694,395 5,059,214 1,454,218 3,604,996 3,604,996 - Riverside Transit Agency75,997,588 11,284,466 87,282,054 42,832,837 44,449,217 44,449,217 - TOTAL: WESTERN RIVERSIDE - BUS87,068,064 13,714,089 100,782,153 47,017,178 53,764,975 53,764,975 - RCTC's Commuter Rail (Metrolink)36,950,600 847,586 37,798,186 19,999,886 17,798,300 17,798,300 - TOTAL: WESTERN RIVERSIDE - RAIL36,950,600 847,586 37,798,186 19,999,886 17,798,300 17,798,300 - SunLine Transit Agency 33,474,111 19,055,873 52,529,984 33,878,112 18,651,872 18,651,872 - TOTAL: COACHELLA VALLEY - BUS 33,474,111 19,055,873 52,529,984 33,878,112 18,651,872 18,651,872 - RCTC's Rail (Coachella)3,059,395 - 3,059,395 3,059,395 - - - TOTAL: COACHELLA VALLEY - RAIL 3,059,395 - 3,059,395 3,059,395 - - - Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency1,010,582 164,487 1,175,069 292,597 882,472 882,472 - TOTAL: PALO VERDE VALLEY 1,010,582 164,487 1,175,069 292,597 882,472 882,472 - COUNTYWIDE TOTAL161,562,752$ 33,782,035$ 195,344,787$ 104,247,168$ 91,097,619$ 91,097,619$ -$ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONTRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT ACT FUNDINGFY 2016/17 TRANSIT ALLOCATIONSLOCAL TRANSPORTATION FUNDS30 ATTACHMENT 2AGENCY/APPORTIONMENT AREAESTIMATED STAOPERATING COSTSESTIMATED STACAPITAL COSTSESTIMATED STACARRY OVER FUNDS RECOMMENDED STA TRANSIT ALLOCATIONSFOR FY 2016/17STA Operating FY 2016/17STA CapitalFY 2016/17City of Banning-$ 44,591$ -$ 44,591$ -$ 44,591$ City of Beaumont 710,000 710,000 710,000 City of Corona - 841,742 - 841,742 - 841,742 Riverside Special Services - 137,512 - 137,512 - 137,512 Riverside Transit Agency - 1,992,429 - 1,992,429 - 1,992,429 TOTAL: WESTERN RIVERSIDE - BUS - 3,726,274 - 3,726,274 - 3,726,274 RCTC's Commuter Rail (Metrolink) - - - - - TOTAL: WESTERN RIVERSIDE - RAIL - - - - - - SunLine Transit Agency - 3,533,078 - 3,533,078 - 3,533,078 TOTAL: COACHELLA VALLEY-BUS - 3,533,078 - 3,533,078 - 3,533,078 RCTC's Rail (Coachella)159,395 - - 159,395 159,395 - TOTAL: COACHELLA VALLEY-RAIL159,395 - 159,395 159,395 - Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency- 115,000 - 115,000 - 115,000 TOTAL: PALO VERDE VALLEY- 115,000 - 115,000 - 115,000 COUNTYWIDE TOTAL159,395$ 7,374,352$ -$ 7,533,747$ 159,395$ 7,374,352$ Page 2 of 2FY 2016/17 TRANSIT ALLOCATIONSTRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT ACT FUNDINGSTATE TRANSIT ASSISTANCE FUNDSRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION31 ATTACHMENT 3 Page 1 of 4 URBANIZED AREA: RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO Total Apportionment (FY 16/17 Estimate based on 2/9/16 FY15/16 Fed Register & Inter-county Allocation Actuals) Bus Rail Total Apportionment 11,851,266$ 5,935,385$ 17,786,651$ Lapsing Funds (per FTA)--- Carryover (Estimate)11,607,737 11,304,005 22,911,742 Total Funds Available 23,459,003 17,239,390 40,698,393 Less Current Requests 12,604,621 - 12,604,621 Balance (Projected)10,854,382$ 17,239,390$ 28,093,772$ Sub Area Allocation Riverside, City of 623,150$ Riverside Transit Agency 11,981,471 TOTAL 12,604,621$ NUMBER PROGRAM OF PROJECTS TOTAL AMOUNT FEDERAL SHARE PROJECT TYPE DESIGNATED RECIPIENT Riverside, City of 1)Preventive Maintenance 400,000$ 320,000$ Capital/Operating SCAG 2)Electronic Fare Collection 275,500$ 220,400$ Capital SCAG 3)Vehicle Replacement - (1) van 55,000$ 46,750$ Capital SCAG 4)Vehicle Replacement - (1) Hybrid/Alt Fuel Auto 45,000$ 36,000$ Capital SCAG TOTAL: City of Riverside 775,500$ 623,150$ Riverside Transit Agency 5)Operating Assistance (CommuterLink 212 & 217)892,500$ 315,000$ Operating SCAG 6)Operating Assistance (Extended Fixed Route)553,500 225,000 Operating SCAG 7)Capitalized Preventive Maintenance 7,500,000 4,750,000 Capital/Operating SCAG 8)Capital Cost of Contracting 7,625,000 2,700,000 Capital/Operating SCAG 9)Revenue Vehicles - (33) DAR for Replacement 3,305,895 2,810,011 Capital SCAG 10)Associated Transit Improvements 200,000 80,000 Capital SCAG 11)Capital Maintenance Spares 1,110,065 888,052 Capital SCAG 12)Facility Maintenance 266,760 213,408 Capital SCAG TOTAL: Riverside Transit Agency 21,453,720$ 11,981,471$ GRAND TOTAL 22,229,220$ 12,604,621$ Updated:6/6/2016 Approved: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION PROGRAM OF PROJECTS FTA SECTION 5307 FY 2016/17 32 ATTACHMENT 3 Page 2 of 4 URBANIZED AREA: HEMET/SAN JACINTO RECIPIENT: RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Total Apportionment (FY 16/17 Estimate based on 2/9/16 FY 15/16 Fed Register Actuals) 3,201,436$ 1,648,643 Transfer of Funds (CMAQ)- Total Funds Available 4,850,079 Less Current Requests 1,965,310 2,884,769$ NUMBER TOTAL AMOUNT FEDERAL SHARE PROJECT TYPE DESIGNATED RECIPIENT 1)Operating Assistance 40,998,251$ 1,800,000$ Operating Caltrans 2)Associated Transit Improvements 200,000 35,000 Capital Caltrans 3)Maintenance/Support Equipment 72,888 58,310 Capital Caltrans 4)Information Systems 90,000 72,000 Capital Caltrans TOTAL:41,361,139$ 1,965,310$ Updated:6/6/2016 Approved: PROGRAM OF PROJECTS Carryover (estimate) Balance (Projected) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION PROGRAM OF PROJECTS FTA SECTION 5307 FY 2016/17 Apportionment 33 ATTACHMENT 3 Page 3 of 4 URBANIZED AREA: INDIO/CATHEDRAL CITY/PALM SPRINGS RECIPIENT: SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Total Apportionment (FY 16/17 Estimate based on 2/9/16 FY 15/16 Fed Register Actuals) 4,503,361$ 1,561,618 - 6,064,979 6,000,000 64,979$ NUMBER PROGRAM OF PROJECTS TOTAL AMOUNT FEDERAL SHARE PROJECT TYPE DESIGNATED RECIPIENT 1)31,867,800$ 1,374,632$ Operating SCAG 2)Paratransit Vans - (13) Replacements 1,833,000 719,968 Capital SCAG 3)Expansion Paratransit Vans (2)282,000 253,800 Capital SCAG 4)312,000 249,600 Capital SCAG 5)Replacement Service Vehicles (4 SUV)240,000 192,000 Capital SCAG 6)12,213,200 2,750,000 Capital SCAG 7)Expansion Fixed Route Bus (1)575,000 460,000 Capital SCAG TOTAL:47,323,000$ 6,000,000$ Updated:6/6/2016 Approved: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION PROGRAM OF PROJECTS FTA SECTION 5307 FY 2016/17 Apportionment Carryover (Estimate) Hydrogen Electric Hybrid Fuel Cell Bus and Hydrogen Station Transfer of Funds (CMAQ) Total Funds Available Less Current Requests Balance (Projected) Operating Assistance Information Technology System (IT) Projects 34 ATTACHMENT 3 Page 4 of 4 URBANIZED AREA: TEMECULA/MURRIETA RECIPIENT: RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Total Apportionment (FY 16/17 Estimate based on 2/9/16 FY 15/16 Fed Register Actuals) Apportionment 4,620,100$ Lapsing Funds (per FTA)- Carryover 2,070,606 - Total Funds Available 6,690,706 Less Current Requests 5,723,489 Balance (Projected)967,217$ NUMBER PROGRAM OF PROJECTS TOTAL AMOUNT FEDERAL SHARE PROJECT TYPE DESIGNATED RECIPIENT 1)Capital Cost of Contracting 7,625,000$ 3,000,000$ Capital/Operating SCAG 2)7,500,000 750,000 Capital/Operating SCAG 3)Revenue Vehicles - (10) COFR Replacement 1,983,400 1,685,890 Capital SCAG 4)Associated Transit Improvements 200,000 45,000 Capital SCAG 5)Capitalized Tire Lease 303,249 242,599 Capital SCAG TOTAL:17,611,649$ 5,723,489$ Updated:6/6/2016 Approved: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION PROGRAM OF PROJECTS FTA SECTION 5307 FY 2016/17 Transfer of Funds (CMAQ) Capitalized Preventive Maintenance 35 ATTACHMENT 4             AGENCY/APPORTIONMENT AREAFY16/17 BudgetFY15/16 Budget% Incr/Decr FY16/17 FY15/16 % Incr/Decr FY16/17 FY15/16 % Incr/Decr  FY 16/17 Projection FY 15/16   Estimate% Incr/DecrCity of Banning 1,682,001$       1,666,675$       0.92% 69,199$          272,785$              ‐74.63% 1,751,200$         1,939,460$      ‐9.71% 186,209 134,637 38.30%City of Beaumont2,549,939         2,266,000$       12.53% 734,008          566,840 29.49% 3,283,947           2,832,840         15.92% 242,400 218,737 10.82%City of Corona2,473,717         2,349,103$       5.30% 932,021          601,848 54.86% 3,405,738           2,950,951         15.41% 225,044 217,547 3.45%Riverside Special Services4,364,819         3,499,600$       24.72% 694,395          1,028,972‐32.52% 5,059,214           4,528,572         11.72% 199,000 190,000 4.74%Riverside Transit Agency75,997,588       69,079,587$    10.01% 11,284,466    28,664,645‐60.63% 87,282,054         97,744,232      ‐10.70% 9,429,782 9,374,372 0.59%Western County:  Bus87,068,064       78,860,965       10.41%13,714,089    31,135,090‐55.95% 100,782,153       109,996,055    ‐8.38% 10,282,435 10,135,293 1.45%OPERATING CAPITAL TOTAL COST Comparison of  FY 2016/17 & FY 2015/16 Operating & Capital Costs and Ridership Projections RIDERSHIP Western County: Rail36,950,600       32,105,066       15.09% 847,586           ‐                          ‐            37,798,186         32,105,066      17.73% 3,179,392 3,106,075 2.36%WESTERN COUNTY: TOTAL        (Bus & Rail)124,018,664    110,966,031    11.76% 14,561,675    31,135,090‐53.23% 138,580,339      142,101,121    ‐2.48% 13,461,827 13,241,368 1.66%SunLine Transit Agency (Bus) 33,474,111       30,794,949       8.70% 19,055,873    25,502,013‐25.28% 52,529,984         56,296,962      ‐6.69% 4,621,406 4,560,371 1.34%Coachella Valley (Rail)3,059,395         189,439            1514.98%‐                  ‐                          ‐            3,059,395           189,439            1514.98%- -  ‐COACHELLA VALLEY: TOTAL(Bus & Rail)36,533,506       30,984,388       17.91% 19,055,873    25,502,013           ‐25.28% 55,589,379         56,486,401      ‐1.59% 4,621,406      4,560,371     1.34%Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency 1,010,582         988,075            2.28% 164,487          341,788‐51.87% 1,175,069           1,329,863         ‐11.64% 48,299 48,299 0.00%PALO VERDE VALLEY:  TOTAL 1,010,582         988,075            2.28% 164,487          341,788‐51.87% 1,175,069           1,329,863         ‐11.64% 48,299 48,299 0.00%TOTAL: ALL AREAS 161,562,752$  142,938,494$  13.03% 33,782,035$  56,978,891$         ‐40.71% 195,344,787$    199,917,385$  ‐2.29% 18,131,532 17,850,038 1.58%  Note:  FY 2016/17 total cost includes $1,532,010 in 5304/5307/5310/LCTOP carryover funds from prior year.* RTA's FY 15/16 capital budget reflects amended capital amount per FY 15/16 SRTP Amendment approved by the Commission 5/25/16.36 Budget and Implementation Committee June 27, 2016 FY 2016/17 Funding Allocation for Riverside County Transit Services Short Range Transit Plans FY 2016/17 – FY 2018/19 2 City of Banning City of Beaumont City of Corona City of Riverside Riverside Transit Agency SunLine Transit Agency Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency RCTC Rail Program [WR -- Commuter Rail] [CV – Intercity Rail] Riverside County FY 2016/17 Transit Funding Request Operating $161 million= 83 percent Capital $34 million= 17 percent Total Funding Request: $195 million 18.1 million OPERATING & CAPITAL COSTS FY 2016/17 VS. FY 2015/16 EXPENSE TYPE FY 2016/17 FY 2015/16 % CHANGE (FY 17 vs FY 16) Bus (million) Rail (million) Total (million) Bus (million) Rail (million) Total (million) OPERATING COST $121.5 $40.0 $161.5 $110.6 $ 32.3 $142.9 13% CAPITAL COST $ 32.9 $ .9 $ 33.8 $ 57.0 - $ 57.0 -41% TOTAL $154.4 $40.9 $195.3 $167.6 $ 32.3 $199.9 -2% State and Local Revenues FY 2016/17 TRANSIT FINANCIAL PLAN BY REVENUE SOURCE TDA (LTF & STA Funds), $98,631,366 , 51% Measure A, $20,041,996 , 10% Federal Formula Funds (Sec 5307, 5311, 5311f, 5310, 5339, 5316, 5317) & CMAQ, $32,452,855 , 17% State Prop 1B (Cap+Security), LCTOP & AQIP grant funds, $11,655,640 , 6% Federal Rail Administration Funds, $2,900,000 , 1% Passenger Fares, $23,458,877 , 12% Other Revenues, $4,672,043 , 2% Carryover Funds (Sec 5307/5310/5304 & LCTOP), $1,532,010 , 1% FY 2016/17 Transit Revenue Outlook: LTF, Measure A, Fed 5307, and STA LTF Measure A Fed 5307 STA FY 16/17 =$79 million FY 15/16 =$77 million 2% FY 16/17 =16.5 million FY 15/16 =$16.3 million 2% FY 15/16 =$30.1 million FY 14/15 =$29.5 million 2% FY 16/17 =$10.8 million FY 15/16 =$13.4 million -19% Staff Recommendations •Conduct a public hearing at its July Commission meeting on the proposed Section 5307 Program of Projects (POP); •Approve the FY 2016/17 FTA Section 5307 and 5311 POP for Riverside County; •Approve the FY 2016/17 LTF and STA fund allocations for transit; •Direct staff to add projects into the Federal Transportation Improvement Program ; •Adopt Resolution No. 16-014, “Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission to Allocate State Transit Assistance Funds”; •Forward to the Commission for final action. AGENDA ITEM 12 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: June 27, 2016 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Martha Durbin, Management Analyst THROUGH: Robert Yates, Multimodal Services Director SUBJECT: Riverside County Public Transportation: Annual Countywide Performance Report for Fiscal Year 2014/15 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and file the Riverside County Public Transportation Annual Countywide Performance Report (Countywide Report) for Fiscal Year 2014/15; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Transportation funding in the state is governed by the Transportation Development Act (TDA). In order for the Commission to annually approve funding, the TDA requires the Commission to have a formal process in place wherein transit operator productivity and performance is reviewed. Data was compiled and audits of each transit operator, with the exception of the city of Beaumont (Beaumont), have been completed for FY 2014/15; Beaumont’s financial information was derived from draft financial statements. Accordingly, this information becomes the basis for compiling and drafting the Countywide Report, which is intended to meet the TDA requirement. DISCUSSION: In July 2014, the Commission approved goals and objectives for crafting the Countywide Report. These goals and objectives are as follows: 1) The Countywide Report is to be a stand-alone review of transit service measured via annual audited financial performance. 2) The Countywide Report utilizes farebox recovery as the only mandated metric. 3) The Countywide Report is to also derive additional metrics that allow for a macro discussion of transit performance countywide. 4) The metrics are to be repeatable and deliver consistent results, which provide a baseline year and a recurring snapshot in time over many years. 5) The Countywide Report should possess the capability to be expandable to other modes. Agenda Item 12 37 6) The Countywide Report requires the transit operators to utilize the TransTrack program for the reporting of operator specific performance information for a reliable and consistent pool of data to examine on an as-needed basis. The FY 2014/15 Countywide Report continues a comprehensive performance reporting program for Riverside County with the goal of documenting how public transit funding was spent and the results achieved for the dollars invested. The following represents a high-level recap of the information contained in the report. Farebox Recovery The primary and only state-mandated indicator described in the Countywide Report is farebox recovery ratio. Farebox recovery is the proportion that passenger fares, and other eligible revenues, contribute to the transit program’s general operating expenses over and beyond the subsidy provided by the Commission and federal government. The farebox recovery ratio is extremely useful as a tool for measuring and assessing a transit program’s strength. The overall countywide farebox recovery ratio for FY 2014/15 was 23.8 percent, up slightly from the prior period’s 23.3 percent farebox recovery. This ratio reflects the interaction of operator fare policy, efficiency in the operators’ handling of routine expenses, and riders’ utilization of the service. Increasing farebox, with an additional $5.8 million in operating expenses and $1.7 million in added fares and qualified local support, points to a healthy countywide program. Overall, it is good news as each Riverside County public transit operator met or exceeded its minimum state-mandated farebox recovery ratio. Trips Per Capita Trips per capita reflect total transit trips provided in relation to the overall county population. The total population for Riverside County in FY 2014/15 was 2.27 million and the total transit trips provided were 16.5 million, both gaining a 1 percent increase from the prior reporting period. Considering all public transit modes of rail, fixed route bus, demand responsive dial-a-ride, and specialized transportation, a trips per capita rate of 7.2 was achieved during FY 2014/15, holding constant from the prior reporting period. This metric firmly identifies that even with increasing population, transit ridership continues to grow at the same rate thus demonstrating robust demand for public transit by Riverside County residents. Transit Related Resources Finally, a big picture perspective of Riverside County’s public transportation system can be measured by reviewing the financial resources available to the transit operators. Service in FY 2014/15 increased by 6 percent indicating that more transit service was provided in Riverside County and therefore resources increased from prior fiscal year by 13 percent. Approximately $69.9 million in state and local funding resources was made available to support the county’s operators. This increase indicates the provision of service can continue to be Agenda Item 12 38 expanded at a rate sufficient enough to keep up with both population growth in Riverside County and the demand by residents for access to public transit. NEXT STEPS: Generally the public transit measures reported in the Countywide Report were positive and overall represent good news for the Commission and the operators. Sufficient resources were identified for the level of service provided to support mobility for Riverside County residents. Service is also identified by the report as being operated in a cost effective manner although more emphasis can be placed by the operators in addressing increases to ridership and farebox return. The above-referenced metrics and conclusions are more fully described in the attached FY 2014/15 Countywide Report. Staff will continue to provide oversight with respect to the data reporting process via the TransTrack system, as well as with the individual operator audits and financial reporting for FY 2015/16. With the continuing flow of data and financial reporting, this report will be updated and presented to the Commission in July 2017 for discussion. Upon receipt of the final Beaumont FY 2014/15 audited financial statements, staff will determine if there are any material changes to the information included in this report that should be reported to the Commission. Attachment: Riverside County Public Transportation – FY 2014/15 Countywide Report Agenda Item 12 39 Robert J. Yates Multimodal Services Director Riverside County Transportation Commission June 2016 Prepared by: Riverside County Public Transportation - Annual Countywide Performance Report: Audit Year FY 2014/2015 40 41                                                                                                     P AGE| III      Riverside County Public Transportation — Annual Countywide Performance Report: Audit Year FY 2014/2015   Table of Contents  Introduction .................................................................................................................................................. 1 What’s New in Riverside County Public Transportation? ............................................................................. 1 Performance Reporting Purposes ................................................................................................................. 7 Into the Measures ......................................................................................................................................... 8 1. Policy and Compliance ....................................................................................................................... 8 2. Utilization ........................................................................................................................................ 10 3. Accessibility and Coverage .............................................................................................................. 12 4. Connectivity ..................................................................................................................................... 19 5. Resources ......................................................................................................................................... 20 Summary of How We Are Doing ................................................................................................................. 22 Appendices .................................................................................................................................................. 25 Appendix A – Definitions, Data Sets, and References ......................................................................... 26 Appendix B – Detail on Public Transit Trips Provided, All Modes ....................................................... 27 Appendix C – Bus Stop Location Counts by Operators  ...................................................................... 28 Appendix D – Public Transit Fleet Size Over Three Years ................................................................... 32 Appendix E – Inventory Matrix of Services by Area, by Mode ........................................................... 33                 42                                                                                                     P AGE| IV        List of Figures and Tables    Figure 1 – Riverside Transit Agency — 74% Population Coverage within ¾ of a Mile  Figure 2 – SunLine Transit Agency — 84% Population Coverage within ¾ of a Mile   Figure 3 – Corona Cruiser — 73% Population Coverage within ¾ of a Mile  Figure 4 – Pass Transit — 84% Population Coverage within ¾ of a Mile  Figure 5 – Palo Verde Valley Transit — 90% Population Coverage within ¾ of a Mile  Figures 6A and 6B – Average Passenger Trip Lengths and Service Area Sizes  Figure 7 – Riverside County Transit Trips by Mode Over Five Reporting Periods  Figure 8 – Riverside County Transit Trips, Population and Trips per Capita    Table 1 – Countywide Transportation Development Act, Audited Farebox Recovery  Table 2 – Public Transit Trips per Capita   Table 3 – Trips per Capita Contrasted with Other Areas  Table 4 – Bus and Rail Transfer Location Counts for Riverside County  Table 5 – Public Transportation Resources in Riverside County: Commission Allocated State and Local  Transit Funding, Vehicles and Vehicle Revenue Miles  Table 6 – Summary of Countywide Performance          43                                                                                                     P AGE| 1      Riverside County Public Transportation — Annual Countywide Performance Report: Audit Year FY 2014/2015   Introduction This Riverside County Public Transportation Annual Countywide Performance Report, Audit Year FY  2014/2015 (Countywide Report) is the third such report prepared in compliance with Public Utilities  Code Section 99244. This report addresses Transportation Development Act (TDA) requirements that  county transportation planning agencies use to monitor transit provider performance.   The Countywide Report also serves another purpose by providing a comprehensive, countywide picture  of public transportation performance that documents public transit expenditures to Riverside County  constituents.  The Audit Year FY 2014/2015 reported here is now a year past, as of this writing, given the time it  required to obtain audited transit expenditure and performance information. Contrasted with two prior  audit periods, this Countywide Report examines transit experience in five performance areas, including  policy and compliance, utilization, accessibility and coverage, connectivity and resources.  Additionally,  recent year transportation initiatives are highlighted, adding dimension to the snapshot of the public  transit experience in Riverside County.        What’s New in Riverside County Public Transportation? Performance Trends During the Audit Year FY 2014/2015, Riverside County transit systems provided more than 106,000  public transit trips with transit vehicles traveling almost 1 million more revenue service miles than in the  prior year.  In doing so, Riverside County was bucking national trends that began to register declining  public transit ridership. Holding its own in the provision of public and specialized transportation, even  with the pressures of increasing population and ongoing development, Riverside County is continuing to  successfully improve and enhance the mobility choices of its residents.     44                                                                                                     P AGE| 2      Perris Valley Line Opens Led by the Riverside County Transportation Commission  (RCTC), Metrolink’s 91/Perris Valley Line has been under  construction since October 2013 and began carrying its first  fare‐paying passengers on June 6, 2016.  Referred to as the 91/PVL, this line is the first extension of  the Metrolink network since 1994 when the Antelope Valley  Line opened to link Palmdale and Lancaster to Greater Los  Angeles with rail service. The 91/PVL extends Metrolink rail  service for an additional 24 miles from the downtown Riverside station to south Perris.  Four new  stations were constructed at Riverside Hunter Park/University of California Riverside, Moreno  Valley/March Field, Downtown Perris and South Perris.  The project also has included construction and  rehabilitation of railroad tracks, upgraded at‐grade crossings and improvement of the existing track.   The 91/PVL will provide greater access to Southern California’s commuter rail network for residents in  Menifee, Murrieta, San Jacinto, Hemet, Lake Elsinore and Wildomar.    To expand access to this new rail line, the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) has made adjustments and  restructuring of their connecting bus service schedules, which realign several existing routes and create  two new bus routes.       San Gorgonio Pass Rail Corridor Feasibility Studied The first phase of the Coachella Valley — San Gorgonio Pass Rail Corridor  Study was completed in late 2015, and was intended to study the  feasibility of an intercity passenger rail service between Indio in the  Coachella Valley through the San Gorgonio Pass to Los Angeles Union  Station (LAUS).  The Purpose and Need Statement prepared as part of this study was a  critical first step.  That was completed in August 2015 and forwarded to  the Federal Rail Administration (FRA), at which time the formal  Alternatives Analysis began.  This process, which follows FRA guidance,  involved an extensive screening methodology and criteria by which to  evaluate proposed route alternatives, including an initial five alternative routings.  The Alternatives Analysis forwarded to the FRA late in 2015 for review and approval concludes the  following:    Route Alternative 1, in which the alignment traverses the Coachella Valley through Riverside and  Fullerton to Los Angeles Union Station (LAUS), is to be carried forward for analysis in the Tier 1  Environmental Impact Statement/ Environmental Impact Report (EIS/EIR) evaluation processes…                           45                                                                                                     P AGE| 3      When compared to other route alternatives, Alternative 1:   Meets the project’s purpose and need   Has relatively low construction complexity and low construction costs   Has a competitive passenger train travel time      Serves the largest population   Has the highest ridership and revenue forecast   Has no unreasonable environmental resource issues.       RCTC Undertakes a Strategic Assessment At the direction of RCTC’s Board of Directors, the Riverside County  Strategic Assessment was undertaken this past year to examine the  County’s needs for transportation investment in light of the existing  Measure A expenditure plan, changing economic and demographic trends  in the County, evolving state and federal transportation policies, and the  needs and desires of the public and key stakeholders.   The Strategic Assessment is intended to provide  findings and strategic recommendations to guide the Commission in proactively preparing for the  County’s future through Year 2040.    Presented at the Commission’s January 2016 Workshop, the Strategic Assessment identified four goal  areas, proposing a menu of specific actions within each. These four goal areas include:  1. Plan for the Future  2. Maximize Our Assets  3. Increase Funding  4. Communicate More   The Strategic Assessment findings include anticipated population growth of 926,000 additional residents  by 2040, with recognition that meeting additional transit needs is constrained by very real funding  limitations. By the same token, the Assessment indicated that in order to contribute to state goals of  reducing greenhouse gasses, the county’s rail and transit services should develop in concert with transit‐  oriented development and employment centers. The Assessment’s analysis determines that current  sources of funding for rail and transit services will be unable to fund what is planned through the Year  2040, with an estimated rail and transit funding gap of $233 million annually and no new significant  sources of operations and maintenance currently under consideration at any level.    The Strategic Assessment’s Public and Stakeholder findings indicate that improved accessibility to public  transit is an important need, with the public desiring more hours of service, service to more areas and  easier and improved connections. While the public registers transportation issues as important, the  Strategic Assessment’s polling reports that the public currently places greater importance on issues  related to crime, jobs and water.      46                                                                                                     P AGE| 4      Many of the actions recommended by the Strategic Assessment have bearing upon the public transit  operators and the service delivery network.  Key among them is the development of a Long Range  Transportation Plan.  This type of planning document, for the 10 year period 2019‐2029, seeks to  balance direction for transportation service improvements with identified funding and the prioritization  of projects.  Such a long‐range planning tool has never been developed for Riverside County.  The  Commissioners approved development of a Long Range Transportation Plan and the continued  consideration of an additional local sales tax measure to be placed before Riverside County voters on  the November 2018 or 2020 ballots, if feasible.     Two New Transit Facilities Completed SunLine Transit Agency’s New Intermodal Transit Center/  Administration Facility  The SunLine Transit Agency’s main office is located in Thousand Palms and its new facility was  completed during the past year, following ground‐breaking in January 2015.  The 25,000‐square‐foot  Administration Building provides a permanent home for the SunLine departments of General  Administration, Operations, Maintenance, Customer Service, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance and  Planning.  This facility replaces a group of temporary structures that have housed the agency since 1985.       Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency New Facility  In Blythe, the Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency (PVVTA) commenced vehicle operations from its new  facility in December 2014.  This 3,000‐square‐foot facility is home to 16 staff and drivers with its 11  transit and support vehicles now housed on‐site.  The new facility is located next to Blythe’s Main Street  Park and Ride, a joint project between PVVTA and the City of Blythe.   47                                                                                                     P AGE| 5      Future plans include the construction of a 4,000‐square‐ foot maintenance facility and bus wash and a Low Carbon  Transit Operations Program (LCTOP) funded solar project  for solar‐equipped parking shades, an electric vehicle  charging station and a large multimodal passenger stop.   Among the multimodal services that PVVTA anticipates  initiating from its new transit facility is the Blythe  Wellness Express; the agency has sought Federal Transit  Administration’s (RTA) Rides to Wellness funding for this  service.     RTA Innovative Initiatives Veterans Travel Training and Veterans Bus  Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) has developed a coordinated  transportation service with the Loma Linda Veterans Administration  (VA) Healthcare System called the Veterans Express Transit System  (V.E.T.S). This service provides direct transportation to the Loma  Linda Medical Center (VAMC) from four locations in western  Riverside County.   The four V.E.T.S. bus stops are in Murrieta, Perris,  March Air Reserve Base and Moreno Valley. Veterans and their  families travel free on the V.E.T.S. bus.  Partnered with RTA’s successful travel training program Freedom to  Go, which facilitated its 250,000th ride this year, this coordinated  transportation enables veterans to connect to the V.E.T.S. bus from  RTA routes.  In recent months, an average of 260 passenger trips  were provided each month on V.E.T.S., with many passengers using a  combination of RTA fixed routes and the new V.E.T.S bus.  Most  importantly to these riders, trips that previously took three hours or  more are now much shorter, some less than two hours.  Service operates on weekdays with a morning schedule in‐bound to  the Loma Linda VAMC beginning at 7:25 a.m. at the Murrieta VA Clinic and arriving by 9:15 a.m. at the  VA Loma Linda.  An afternoon return bus departs the VA Loma Linda at 3 p.m. and arrives back at its  southernmost stop in Murrieta by 4:50 p.m.   The coordinated partnership of the RTA and V.E.T.S. service, which is administered by the VA Loma Linda  Healthcare System, has been so successful that the VA is replicating it in other regions, beginning with  Victor Valley and then Palm Desert. Anticipating continued success, this model may become recognized  nationally as a solution for longer‐distance transportation challenges for veterans.  48                                                                                                     P AGE| 6      RTA Secures Almost $500,000 Annually in Recurring MediCal  Healthcare Funding for ADA Trips  Securing MediCal reimbursement for eligible non‐emergency medical trips provided by public transit  agencies has been an elusive goal but has been successfully achieved by RTA.  Under a little‐known  MediCal regulation, and following a slow and arduous application process, RTA Dial‐a‐Ride service was  approved by Riverside County Health Department as a MediCal Administrative Activity (MAA).  As an  MAA, RTA Dial‐a‐Ride enables the delivery of MediCal health services to eligible consumers by  transporting them to their authorized service locations.  Billing around $125,000 a quarter for MAA eligible trips provided to MediCal enrollees, RTA has brought  in almost $500,000 in the last fiscal year and $1.2 million cumulatively since this initiative began during  FY 2013/2014.  RTA estimates that about 10 percent of its annual Dial‐a‐Ride trips are now being  MediCal reimbursed, recovering about 5 percent of RTA’s Dial‐a‐Ride annual program cost.     Riverside’s TRIP Program Celebrates 25 Years Riverside County is home to what has become a national model for volunteer transportation programs.   This year TRIP, a volunteer escort‐driver reimbursement program of the Independent Living Partnership,  celebrated its 25th year of helping Riverside County older adults,  persons with disabilities and persons of limited means move about  the community and stay independent. Its program has been  replicated in dozens of communities across California, and as far  away as Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.  In addition, the program  was recently approved by the Los Angeles County Board of  Supervisors to introduce TRIP to Los Angeles County residents.   The TRIP program fills gaps in the transportation network by providing transportation assistance  through volunteer drivers to those among the general population who cannot drive, or are unable to use  transit or Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) services because of chronic or debilitating conditions.  Additionally, eligible participants may live in areas of the county where there are no other  transportation services.   During program year FY 2015/2016, 1,028 unique riders received 123,725 one‐way trips, at an average  cost per trip of $6.29 and traveling 1.8 million miles of escorted transportation.  The subsidy per  passenger mile was $0.43.  TRIP participants live in 52 cities and unincorporated places, including  Aguanga, Winchester, Mecca and Ripley.  Ages of those receiving assistance spanned from 2 years old  (with the Angel View TRIP component) to 98 years of age.  Sixty‐five percent of the passengers this year  were 60 or older.  Almost 20 percent were older than 80 years of age, and 38 passengers were over 90  years of age.  Seventy‐four percent were female.    TRIP riders are generally people who are at risk of out‐of‐home placement, are isolated and alone, and  usually have severely limited income.   Since TRIP began, with trips first provided in 1993, it has  49                                                                                                     P AGE| 7      supported 1.8 million one‐way passenger trips and 20.5 million miles of escorted transportation in  Riverside County.  A mix of funding sources underwrite the TRIP program, which includes support from Western Riverside  County’s Measure A, the Older Americans Act, City of Palm Desert, City of Blythe and two human service  organizations, Angel View and Inland Regional Center.  TRIP also was the recipient of an FTA New  Freedom grant, supporting volunteer driver mileage reimbursement for residents of the North  Shore/Mecca/ Thermal areas.    TRIP administrators assist other organizations in replicating TRIP’s successes by providing recurring  webinars and technical assistance to jurisdictions, counties, transit agencies and community‐based  organizations that wish to start a TRIP‐model volunteer driver reimbursement program.  TRIP staff also  annually prepares and distributes 12,000 printed transportation guides, which provide a compilation of  contact information for all of Riverside County’s public and specialized transportation services, including  Metrolink and commercial hail‐ride services of taxis, Uber and Lyft.        Performance Reporting Purposes This third year of the Annual Countywide Performance Report presents Audit Year FY 2014/2015  information that describes the County’s public transportation experience against five performance  categories. As noted, the Countywide Report presents the most recent audited performance, reflecting  the time necessary to develop such audits but also ensuring that reported information is accurate.   The Countywide Report’s purposes, against its backdrop goal of compliance with law and the  establishment of a countywide picture of transit, include the following objectives:   To present a countywide view of transit performance, in relation to a neutral reporting  program of Riverside County’s public transportation services.   To provide a reporting resource to support Commission‐level transportation planning and  programming decisions that can help identify transit issues related to land‐use decisions at  local and regional levels.   To show a snapshot in time, a benchmark set of measures against which to assess  countywide trends and view public transit services.     To use outcome‐based performance methodologies that meet federal statute PL‐112‐141  Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP‐21) and the state of California  Transportation Development Act, anticipating that similar performance‐focused  50                                                                                                     P AGE| 8      requirements will continue in the new federal transportation authorization of PL 114‐94  Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act).   To use a performance measurement framework expandable in the future to other modes  and to other measures, potentially including vanpool, rideshare, 5‐1‐1 and bicycles and  could be adapted to address Riverside County’s SB 375 goals for reducing passenger vehicle  emissions and greenhouse gases.    Into the Measures Riverside County continues to use a mix of federal, state and local funding sources to provide public  transportation to residents. RCTC is responsible for the programming of federal funding while directly  managing state Transportation Development Act (TDA) and local Measure A funds.  The transit  operators in receipt of federal transit funding, FTA Section 5307 and Section 5311, directly manage their  federal funds.  The exception to that is that RCTC has administrative and operational responsibility for  rail funding allocated to Riverside County by the U.S. Department of Transportation.    As in the past, this report is focused only on the state and local funds that are received by Riverside  County and examines indicators in relation to those. Measures selected create a multi‐faceted,  comprehensive picture of performance.  Individual provider experience is considered for some measures  while other measures examine Riverside County’s three geographic regions of Western Riverside, the  Coachella Valley and the Palo Verde Valley.    1. Policy and Compliance This first measure — farebox recovery ratio — has its basis in existing California law. California transit  providers must achieve established minimum contributions to operating costs from their riders’ fares,  called farebox.  The state of California TDA Section 6633.2 statutorily requires that in order to protect  continued funding, public transit programs receiving Local Transportation Funds (LTFs) must collect  passenger fares to contribute to overall operating costs at minimum proportions of fares to total  expense.  Expressed as the farebox recovery ratio, standards vary for rural and urban providers.     Table 1 presents the farebox recovery ratios for each Riverside County transit provider who receives  TDA LTF for the Audit Year FY 2014/2015.  The mandatory farebox standards for these state‐mandated  minimums are 20 percent for urban transit providers and 10 percent for rural or demand response‐only  providers.   The Commission has established an approved “blended” minimum farebox policy that combines the  urban and rural standards, given the large expanses of both urban and rural service areas that its  providers must cover.  These “blended” farebox ratios are unique to each operator and are approved by  RCTC and Caltrans.  Additional information about farebox ratios includes:  51                                                                                                     P AGE| 9       Farebox ratios reflect the interaction of factors that include ridership, agency policy and  operating costs;   Farebox levels are influenced positively by ridership, as more riders will generate increased  fare revenue and therefore achieve a higher fare contribution to operating costs;   Farebox recovery reflects critical agency policy as transit fares are a key policy area and are  determined by the transit provider; and   Farebox is influenced by attention to operating costs, as systems operating efficiently will  have lower expenses and fares will represent a comparatively higher proportion of total  costs, resulting in higher farebox ratios.    TABLE 1 – COUNTYWIDE TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT ACT, AUDITED FAREBOX RECOVERY [3]    How Are We Doing?  Overall, it is good news, as each of the county’s operators met or exceeded their farebox recovery ratio,  achieving a countywide farebox recovery ratio of 23.8 percent in this Audit Year, up from the prior  period’s 23.3 percent farebox.  In plain terms, this indicates that almost a quarter of public transit  operating expense was born by public transit users in the FY 2014/2015 Audit Year.    With each of Riverside County’s public transit providers meeting statutorily required minimums, three  providers increased their farebox recovery ratio from the prior year: SunLine from 19.9 percent to 21.9  percent, Palo Verde Valley Transit from 13.7 percent to 15.6 percent and the City of Beaumont from  11.4 percent to 12.8 percent.  The City of Riverside’s farebox recovery ratio declined from 11.1 percent  in the prior year to 10.3 percent for this Audit Year.   Farebox recovery ratios are a tool by which to assess a transit program’s strength.  This ratio reflects the  interaction of operator fare policy, efficiency in its handling of routine expenses and riders’ utilization of  the service. While it can be impacted by large, extraordinary expenses, these must be substantial to be  reflected in changes in the farebox recovery ratio.    Increasing farebox, with just an additional $5.8 million in operating expense and only $1.7 million in  added fares and qualified local support, points to a healthy countywide program — one that is finding  the right balance between rider contribution to cost, public subsidy and optimal operating efficiency.  COUNTYWIDE BANNING BEAUMONT CORONA PVVTA RIVERSIDE RTA SUNLINE COUNTYWIDE 2014 2015 2015 [3]2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 Total Operating Revenue  from Passenger Fares [1]  $        21,064,023 173,976$      236,771$      436,366$      140,278$      384,631$      15,435,458$   6,040,407$       22,847,887$      Total Operating Expenses,  Net Farebox [2]  $        90,325,987 1,543,847$   1,848,121$   2,170,801$   900,928$      3,749,768$   58,292,112$   27,639,140$    96,144,717$      Standard — Minimum  Farebox Recovery  Requirement, Per TDA and  RCTC Adopted Policy No Standard 10% 10% 20% 10% 10% 17.44% 17.80%No Standard Actual — Farebox  Recovery Ratio/Operator 23.3%11.3% 12.8% 20.1% 15.6% 10.3% 26.5% 21.9%23.8% Meeting  Requirement Meets Meets Meets Meets Meets Meets Meets [1]  Per RCTC Policy: Operators may supplement fare revenues with local funds and support such as Measure A. [2]  Net farebox is based upon agency policy, in conformance with TDA rules and RCTC adopted policy.  [3]  Beaumont farebox derived from Beaumont's Draft Financial Statements as noted above, dated April 4, 2016.  Source: Annual Financial Statements with Independent Auditor's Report For the Year Ending June 30, 2015 — All Operators' Final Transit Services Fund, except for Beaumont. Audit Results            All Operators  52                                                                                                     P AGE| 10      2. Utilization The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has identified trips per capita as a  significant measure of the relationship between transit trips provided and population growth.  SCAG has  a long history in the use of per capita transit trips as a measure of transit performance at local, county  and regional levels dating back to the 2001 Regional Transportation Plan.   For Riverside County as a whole and considering all public transportation modes of rail, fixed route,  demand response and specialized transportation, the last Countywide Report calculates a trips per  capita rate of 7.2.  Table 2 details this as holding constant at 7.2 trips per capita for the Audit Year FY  2014/2015.  The total reported trips — all modes — of 16.5 million reflects an additional 106,000  passenger trips over the prior reporting period, a 1 percent increase.   Population increased by about  25,000 persons, also a 1 percent increase.   TABLE 2 – PUBLIC TRANSIT TRIPS PER CAPITA    How Are We Doing?   In comparing trips per capita for Southern California counties, areas with multiple transportation modes  and higher provision of transit services in highly populated urban areas will have higher trips per capita  rates. Comparing available National Transit Database (NTD) information for 2014, Riverside County’s  trips per capita rate of 7.2 is well behind Los Angeles County’s rate of 41.9, San Diego County’s MTS rate  of 23.3 and Orange County’s rate of 16.1.  Riverside County is on par with San Bernardino County’s  Omnitrans at 10.2 trips per capita; San Bernardino is also a county of vast area and low‐density  Service by Mode Trips  % of  Total   Trips Western  Riverside  County Coachella  Valley Palo Verde  Valley Trips  % of  Total  Trips Rail [1]898,216 5.5%965,136 965,136 5.8% Public Bus, Fixed Route [2]14,102,821 86.0%9,464,541 4,645,097 49,673 14,159,311 85.8% Public Demand Response 823,649 5.0%687,628 153,183 840,811 5.1% Specialized Transportation/Universal Call Program 577,736 3.5%464,256 78,009 543,296 3.3% ALL TRIPS:  Including Rail, Public Transit, Measure A,  JARC and New Freedom Programs  [3]16,402,422 100% 11,581,561 4,876,289 49,673 16,508,554 100% TOTAL POPULATION [4]2,255,059 1,812,438     442,756       24,773          2,279,967   Trips per Capita for FY 2014/15 Total Population [4]7.2 6.4 11.0 2.0 7.2 Notes: [1] Annualized from average weekday daily boardings at Riverside County stations: Riverside, 91 and Inland Empire‐Orange County Lines. Reported April 26, 2016. [2] 'Public Bus, Fixed Route' trip counts do not include Specialized Transportation funded fixed route trips. Public Transportation Trips  Provided Countywide      FY 14/15 Countywide      FY 13/14 [3] Public transit trips extracted from TransTrack 'Table 2 — SRTP Service Summary' on May 10, 2016. Rail and Specialized Transit operators reported trips directly. [4] RCTC Mid‐Year Revenue Projections 2015 and 2016 Agenda: California Department of Finance, Demographic Research Unit as of January 1, 2014 and 2015. 53                                                                                                     P AGE| 11      residential development. Riverside County does not presently have sufficient funding to double its trips  per capita rates, as examined carefully in the Strategic Assessment, 2016.  Table 3 contrasts trips per capita for individual transit operators and in relation to their service area  population with data from the NTD reported for various California and other peer‐type transit programs.   Ridership reported for SunLine, Riverside Transit Agency and the Corona Cruiser in Table 3 is derived  from Audit Year FY 2014/2015 ridership, rather than their NTD data which was slightly different given  reporting cut‐off dates. Population, service area size and population density per square mile are also  presented to describe other agencies’ context.   TABLE 3 – TRIPS PER CAPITA CONTRASTED WITH OTHER AREAS    Table 3 depicts Riverside County trips per capita measures against a service area context that shows  none of the neighboring agencies nor do selected systems from elsewhere in the country match the  2,725 square miles of RTA service area.  While the Denver RT, King County DOT and Florida LYNX  systems have service areas approaching but not equivalent to that of RTA’s, each has higher density of  population per square mile.  Higher population densities always make public transit an easier  proposition.   Within the County and among these NTD reporters, SunLine is achieving the highest trips per capita rate  of 11.0 trips per person per annum.  And while the Corona Cruiser’s trips per capita rate is quite low at  1.1 trips per capita, this does not reflect the RTA ridership of Corona residents on local Routes 1 and 3 or  ridership on Express Routes 206, 216 and 794; nor does it include ridership on the Corona Dial‐a‐Ride for  which general public trips are provided with City general funds.   2014 National Transit Database Population  per Square  Mile  Motor Bus Statistics Only (In persons) Riverside Countywide Annual Performance Report \*2,279,967         14,465,615        6.3                   4,499              507                   SunLine Transit Agency (from Countywide Report)423,644          4,674,654        11.0                1,120              378                   Riverside Transit Agency (from Countywide Report)1,700,356       9,233,629        5.4                   2,725              624                   Corona Cruiser (from Countywide Report)160,000          168,303           1.1                   41                    3,902               NTD Motor Bus Statistics Only Los Angeles Metro 8,626,817         361,601,141      41.9                1,513              5,702               Long Beach Transit 800,000 28,480,560        35.6                98                    8,163               Denver Regional Transportation Department, Colorado 2,876,000 76,657,870      26.7                2,340              1,229               Montebello Bus Lines 315,074 7,934,976          25.2                151                  2,087               San Diego MTS 2,218,791         51,630,106        23.3                716                  3,099               San Mateo County Transit District 737,100 13,248,248        18.0                97                    7,599               Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority 1,880,876 32,858,645        17.5                346                  5,436               Orange County Transit Authority 3,041,754 48,904,819        16.1                465                  6,541               Central Florida Transportation Authority (LYNX), Florida 1,959,812 29,033,819      14.8                2,538              772                   Sacramento Regional Transit 1,035,779 13,657,668        13.2                231                  4,484               Antelope Valley Transit Authority 349,050 3,606,357          10.3                1,200              291                   Omnitrans (San Bernardino County)1,484,000         15,119,122        10.2                463                  3,205               North San Diego County Transit District 849,420 8,135,330          9.6                   403                  2,108               Victor Valley Transit Authority 334,988 1,816,026          5.4                   424                  790                   Valley Metro, Phoenix, Arizona 3,629,114 17,832,432      4.9                   732                  4,958               King County Department of Transportation, Washington 2,017,250 1,074,519        0.5                   2,134 945                   Source: National Transit Database  (http://www.ntdprogram.gov/ntdprogram/profiles.htm) NTD Transit Profiles/Transit Agency Search/2014 \* Source:  As documented in this report and inclusive of some NTD‐reported data, but including  additional data sources.  Service Area  Population Unlinked  Passenger Trips Trips per  Capita Service Area  Square  Mileage 54                                                                                                     P AGE| 12      Certainly other systems among these NTD reporters are achieving higher trips per capita rates, but doing  so within smaller service areas that are more densely populated.  Nonetheless, this measure of trips in  relation to population remains a measure to monitor over time, influenced by a range of factors related  to expansion of the transportation network, population growth, development patterns and larger  economic trends.      3. Accessibility and Coverage Some measure of transit coverage is important, given Riverside County’s geographic expanse with its  mix of low‐density urban, suburban and rural environments.  A measure of population coverage is  presented, the percentage of residents living within ¾ of a mile of public fixed‐route transit.  This  coverage measure currently is fixed‐route focused only, not including demand responsive services.   Several public demand response programs are operating in low‐density areas of Riverside County.   This ¾‐mile metric is greater than the typical ¼‐mile walkable distance that is commonly used by transit  planners to measure service accessibility.  It does, however, suggest the public transit sphere‐of‐ influence as the ¾‐mile envelope mirrors the ADA requirement for the provision of complementary  paratransit to eligible persons with disabilities.    The indicator enumerates total population living within ¾ mile of local fixed route service or within ¾  mile of a commuter express service bus stop, defining a proportion of total service area population.  This  accessibility measure presents a “30,000‐foot‐level” assessment of public transit’s fixed route coverage  in a given service area.  Five maps follow (Figures 1 through 5), depicting each transit provider’s service  area to identify the population served as a proportion of the total population, limited to persons living  within Riverside County.   How Are We Doing?   Population coverage ranges from a high of 90 percent within the ¾‐mile buffer for PVVTA to a low of 73  percent within the ¾‐mile buffer for the City of Corona.   Service changes in RTA’s fixed‐route network during the Audit Year centered on improved service  frequencies and later evening and night service on weekdays and a new Sunday service. While  frequency and span of service increased service accessibility overall with respect to population, these  changes did not increase the service area footprint so RTA saw no increase in coverage via this reporting  metric from the prior year.    SunLine expanded its Line 15 in to Desert Edge and made enhancements to Lines 80 and 81 in the City of  Indio, while Line 90 in the City of Coachella improved connectivity to new developments. These new  service changes increased SunLine’s ¾‐mile service area population coverage to 84 percent, a 3 percent  increase over the prior year.     55                                                                                                     P AGE| 13      Modest changes were made to the Corona Cruiser, eliminating a loop on the Blue Line near Magnolia  and Fullerton avenues and extending the Red Line loop near Ontario and Rimpau avenues. Neither of  these changes had an effect on the coverage area from the prior year. Saturday service on the Red Line  into the Dos Lagos shopping center expanded service hours on the weekend. Overall, the city population  coverage remained at 73 percent.    Pass Transit made several enhancements to its fixed‐route service, including a realignment of Route 1 in  Banning, the absorption of Route 11 into Route 4 and the elimination of Routes 17 and 40. In addition,  the commuter Route 120 increased Saturday services hours to accommodate weekend Metrolink  passengers.  These service changes were made as a result of the recommendations of the  Comprehensive Operational Analysis of the Pass Transit system, but they had no effect on population  coverage from the prior year, remaining at 84 percent.   No changes were made to the Palo Verde Valley Transit service system.  However, a change on the  population calculation that more accurately excludes the Ironwood State Prison population has  increased PVVTA’s population coverage to 90 percent, up from 72 percent in the prior year.        56                                                                                                          PAGE| 14    FIGURE 1 – RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY — 74% POPULATION COVERAGE WITHIN ¾ OF A MILE 57                                                                                                          PAGE| 15    FIGURE 2 – SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY — 84% POPULATION COVERAGE WITHIN ¾ OF A MILE  58                                                                                                          PAGE| 16    FIGURE 3 – CORONA CRUISER — 73% POPULATION COVERAGE WITHIN ¾ OF A MILE  59                                                                                                          PAGE| 17    FIGURE 4 – PASS TRANSIT — 84% POPULATION COVERAGE WITHIN ¾ OF A MILE  60                                                                                                          PAGE| 18    FIGURE 5 – PALO VERDE VALLEY TRANSIT — 90% POPULATION COVERAGE WITHIN ¾ OF A MILE  61                                                                                                     P AGE| 19      4. Connectivity   A measure of connectivity is critical for this large county, where trip distances often make it necessary to  transfer between systems.  Transfers between transit routes, modes, systems and corridors characterize  a robust transportation network.  While riders prefer a one‐seat ride and transit systems strive to  provide that in known corridors of travel, transferring becomes necessary to accommodate the breadth  of trip origins and destinations that exist across and outside of the individual operator service areas.   The connectivity indicator reported here counts the existing physical connections between transit routes  and transportation systems in Riverside County.  These may be transfers between routes within a given  system or transfers between systems, such as the Route 110/210 connector jointly operated by SunLine  and RTA.  This route, which includes bus service to Metrolink and with the new 91/PVL Line stations, will  reflect new transfer opportunities between bus and rail in future audit periods.   This connectivity  indicator also includes inter‐county transfers, such as:    Pass Transit’s Commuter Link 120 to the Loma Linda VAMC and Metrolink into San  Bernardino;    RTA’s Route 204 to Montclair Plaza and Route 216 to the Loma Linda VAMC into San  Bernardino County;    RTA’s Commuter Link Express Routes 216 and 794 into Orange County;    RTA’s Commuter Link Express Routes 202 and 217 into San Diego County.     TABLE 4 – BUS AND RAIL TRANSFER LOCATION COUNTS FOR RIVERSIDE COUNTY    How Are We Doing?   Table 4 reports increases in the raw number of transfers and in the proportions of connections between  systems and between counties.  More than 150 additional transfer opportunities were documented for  this Audit Year.  RTA and Corona both saw increases in transfers within their respective systems. Intra‐ Public Transportation  Transfer  Locations Fixed‐Route and Rail # %#% Intra‐System Bus 1,070 85%1,050 114 20 1,184 82% Intra‐County Bus, Within County 66 5%106 7 0 113 8% Regional Bus Transit Between Counties 77 6%71 4 0 75 5% Regional Rail and Inter‐City Bus 42 3%63 11 1 75 5% TOTAL 1,255 100% 1,290 136 21 1,447 100% [1] Reflects RTA and Corona service changes as of May  2016. [2] Reflects SunLine's January 2016 service change. Source:  See Appendix C, Bus Stop Location Counts by Operators, for detail by operator. Western  Riverside  County       FY 14/15 [1] Coachella  Valley          FY 14/15 [2] Palo Verde  Valley         FY 14/15 Countywide  Totals   FY 14/15 Countywide     FY 13/14 62                                                                                                     P AGE| 20      county transfers almost doubled countywide, from 66 to 113 for this Audit Year, an increase of 71  percent. A decline of two inter‐county bus transfer locations was reported; however, an increase by 33  or 78 percent transfers in rail‐to‐bus transfers substantially offsets this.  Furthermore, the addition of  more regional connections is an encouraging trend for expanding riders’ travel options and choices.       5. Resources This final measurement area reflects the combined resources that together represent Riverside County’s  investment in public transportation.  Resources list in Table 5 present a composite picture of public  transportation for the three geographic subareas of Riverside County, including:   State and local funding that support service and can be used as a “match” for federal  funding.   Public transit vehicles by which these programs can provide trips.   Vehicle revenue miles, which quantify service supply of public fixed route and demand  responsive transportation across the large service areas of each provider.   Table 5 also includes two performance indicators:  vehicles per square mile, reflecting the current  system fleet size in relation to service areas, and vehicle revenue miles per square mile, which reflects  the volume of service provided within respective service areas.   TABLE 5 – PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY:                                                                                   COMMISSION ALLOCATED STATE AND LOCAL TRANSIT FUNDING, VEHICLES AND VEHICLE REVENUE MILES    Western  Riverside County Coachella Valley Palo Verde  Valley $61,835,874 49,811,283$      19,352,121$    825,249$        $  69,988,653 13% Programmed LTF and Measure A Transit, FY 2014/15, exclusive of  state and local rail funding 484 382 104 8 494 2% RTA, City of Riverside, Corona, Banning, Beaumont, SunLine, Palo  Verde Valley 16,856,113 13,497,152 4,161,847 171,288 17,830,287 6% RTA, City of Riverside, Corona, Banning, Beaumont, SunLine,                 Palo Verde Valley  4,499 2,337 1,120 1,042 4,499 0% 0.11 0.16 0.09 0.01 0.11 2% 3,747 5,775 3,716 164 3,963 6% [1] Transit Vehicles: reported directly by operators on April 28, 2016, to RCTC staff.  [2] Revenue Miles: extracted from TransTrack 'Table 2 — SRTP Service Summary' on May 11, 2016. [3] Square mileage:  for total county from U.S. Census Quick Facts;  SRTP for SunLine; GIS analysis for RTA presented in Figure 1; for PVVTA presented in Figure 3. Measure ‐ Vehicles per Square Mile  Measure ‐ Vehicle Revenue Miles Per Square Mile % Change  from   FY  13‐14 Transit Vehicles (fixed route and paratransit, excluding taxis) [1] Vehicle Revenue Miles (fixed route and paratransit)  [2] Transit Service Area Square Mileage (Total County=7,206 sq. mi.) [3] FY 13‐14  Countywide  Totals Public Transportation Resources,  Two Time  Periods FY 14‐15  Countywide  Totals State and Local Transit Funding,  Excluding all Federal $ 63                                                                                                     P AGE| 21      How Are We Doing?  Local transit funding increased in this Audit Year by $8.1 million from the prior period.  This 13 percent  increase funding reserves but also reflects an improving economy, with resultant increases in state and  local sales tax receipts.    Transit vehicles countywide increased modestly by 2 percent, while the vehicles per square mile  indicator did not change in this Audit Year, holding 0.11 vehicles per square mile for the combined total  of transit agency service areas.    The vehicle revenue miles per square mile shows an increase of 6 percent, this Audit Year over last, and  reflects an added million miles of revenue service. This documents that more transit service was  provided on Riverside County roads. Given there was essentially no increase in the transit service area  footprint across the county, this increase was largely in service frequency or in increased operating  hours or days, which is much desired by regular transit users.   To provide further context to this county’s challenges in size and distance, Figures 6A and 6B contrast  trip length and service area size among various transit agencies, using agency data from the NTD. Long  trip lengths are depicted for SunLine, averaging 7.14 miles per passenger trip and followed by RTA at  6.92, both a consequence of and a response to service areas of considerable size.  Corona’s relatively  small city size is reflected in its average trip length of 1.01 miles.    FIGURES 6A AND 6B – AVERAGE PASSENGER TRIP LENGTHS AND SERVICE AREA SIZES               64                                                                                                     P AGE| 22      Summary of How We Are Doing The FY 2014/2015 Audit Year recorded various favorable trends, reflected in Table 6.  Farebox recovery  at 23.8 percent is up slightly from the prior year, with transit users across the county contributing almost  a quarter of the trip cost through their fares.  Passenger trips, on rail and buses, are up 1 percent; now  more than 16.5 million passenger trips are taken in Riverside County.   Trips per capita at 7.2, while not increasing, is holding steady in the face of continuing population  growth.  The measure of transit accessibility and coverage establishes a countywide average of 81  percent of the population as within ¾ mile of public transit fixed‐route service, an increase of 5 percent  from the prior year.     TABLE 6 – SUMMARY OF COUNTYWIDE PERFORMANCE    Bus transfer locations reflect a 48 percent increase for intra‐county connections and 55 percent increase  in bus‐to‐rail connections, an excellent trend that broadens choices for riders making regional trips.   Transit funding provided from the state of California and by Riverside County residents grew by 13  percent, to almost $70 million. This helped to fund a 6 percent increase in the number of vehicle  revenue miles traveled, 1 million more miles and a measure of increased supply in transit service  FY 2012/13 FY 2013/14 FY 2014/15 % Chng from  FY 13/14     Farebox Recovery Ratio 25.5% 23.3%23.8% 2%     Total Transit Trips, with Metrolink 15,847,276 16,402,422 16,508,554 1% Excluding Metrolink 14,958,432 15,504,206 15,543,418 0%     Transit Trips Per Capita 7.1 7.2 7.2     Transit Accessibility and Coverage 77%77%81% 5% Countywide Average 3/4 Mile Population      Accessibility to Fixed Route Service     Bus Stop Transfer Connections 1,315 1,255 1,447 15% Intra‐System 88.3% 85.3%81.8%‐4% Intra‐County Bus, Within County 3.4% 5.3%7.8% 48% Regional Bus Transit Between Counties 5.8%6.1%5.2%‐16% Regional Rail and National Inter‐City Bus 2.5%3.3%5.2% 55%     FY 14/15 Transportation Resources State and Local  Operating Funds $53,903,436 $61,835,874 $69,988,653 13% Public Transit Vehicles  (Fixed Route and Paratransit)447 484 494 2% Vehicle Revenue Miles (Fixed Route and Paratransit)16,132,145 16,856,113 17,830,287 6% Square Miles of Transit Service Area 4,887 4,499 4,499 Vehicles Per Square Mile 0.09 0.11 0.11 2% Vehicle Revenue Miles Per Square Mile 3,301 3,747 3,963 6% Riverside County Public Transportation  Summary of Countywide Performance no change 65                                                                                                     P AGE| 23      provided.  In addition, the number of vehicles increased slightly, now almost 500 transit vehicles  countywide.  Riverside County’s array of public transit modes and relative utilization of rail, bus, demand response  and specialized transportation is depicted in Figure 7 for five reporting periods.   A steady increase in the  volume of trips provided is shown, both within each mode and between reporting periods.    FIGURE 7 – RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSIT TRIPS BY MODE OVER FIVE REPORTING PERIODS    Regular fixed‐route service remains the dominant mode, providing 86 percent of all trips.  Rail trips are 6  percent of the total trips provided and will likely grow with the initiation of the Perris Valley Line.   Demand responsive trips — largely, but not exclusively, ADA‐complementary paratransit — are 5  percent of trips taken.  Specialized Transportation, just 3 percent of all trips and the smallest mode,  often provides otherwise hard‐to‐serve trips for specialized and dependent populations.   FIGURE 8 – RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSIT TRIPS, POPULATION AND TRIPS PER CAPITA    10,575 13,115 13,604 14,103 14,159 549 768 796 824 841 62 495 559 578 543 2.7 m. 878 889 898 965 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 FY 05/06 FY 11/12 FY 12/13 FY 13/14 FY 14/15Annual One‐Way Passenger TripsThousandsRegional  Rail Specialized  Transportation Public Demand  Response Public Bus,  Fixed Route 13,886,266 15,255,883 15,847,276 16,402,422 16,508,554 2,005,477 2,217,778 2,227,577 2,255,059 2,279,967 6.9 6.9 7.1 7.2 7.2 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 0 2,000,000 4,000,000 6,000,000 8,000,000 10,000,000 12,000,000 14,000,000 16,000,000 18,000,000 FY 05/06 FY 11/12 FY 12/13 FY 13/14 FY 14/15 Trips Per CapitaPassenger Trips Population Trips  Per  Capita Note: Change in how  Metrolink trips for  Riverside County were  reported between FY  05/06 and FY 11/12.   66                                                                                                     P AGE| 24      Figure 8 depicts these same countywide ridership levels in relation to population and the trips per capita  indicator, holding steady through this Audit Year.  Appendix B details ridership by service for this Audit  Year and past reporting periods.  Appendix E presents a detailed service matrix of public and specialized  transportation providers by the County’s three geographic regions.   Overall, the findings of the FY 2014/2015 Countywide Performance Report present a number of positive  trends.  More transit services are being provided, with greater frequency, more regional connections  and at supply levels that are keeping pace with a growing population.  Increasing local revenue available  to public transit is helping to make modes increase in service possible.  Transit providers’ efficiency in  managing resources and revenue are reflected in a solid 23.8 percent contribution by riders and other  local support to the costs of services.  Sustaining and building upon these trends will set the goals for the  coming year.     67                                                                                                     P AGE| 25      Appendices   Appendix A – Definitions, Data Sets, and References  Appendix B – Detail on Public Transportation Trips Provided, All Modes  Appendix C – Bus Stop Location Counts by Operators  Appendix D – Public Transit Fleet Size Over Three Years  Appendix E – Inventory of Public and Specialized Transportation Services by  Area, By Mode      68                                                                                                     P AGE| 26      Appendix A – Definitions, Data Sets, and References    Data Element Anticipated Data Sources Definition  Passenger trips TransTrack data –extracted from  Table 2 – SRTP Service Summary  on May 10, 2016.    ‐ One‐way passenger boardings of fixed‐ route, paratransit, deviated fixed‐route;   ‐ Metrolink boardings at Riverside County  stations.  Operating expense FY 2014/15 Annual Financial  Statements with Independent  Auditor’s Report.    Definition from March 2008 adopted  Commission policy, all operating expense  object classes exclusive of depreciation and  amortization, vehicle lease expense. PUC  99247(a).  Fare revenue FY 2014/15 Annual Financial  Statements with Independent  Auditor’s Report.    Definition from March 2008 adopted  Commission policy:  Fare revenue plus supplemental fare  revenues from local support, which may  include interest, advertising, etc. as provided  for in PUC 6611.3.  Transit route structure Active service operating along a  fixed‐route or deviated fixed‐route  as of June 30th.  GIS shape files for active routes.  County population data at  the block level ‐ for service  area coverage maps  2010 ‐ US Census 2010 total county population and block level  data.    County population data –  for trips per capita  calculations  CA Department of Finance,  Demographic Research Unit,  January 1 population for 2015.  Total county population estimates for the  audit year in question.   Transit transfer data:   Intra‐system  Inter‐county  Regional   Transfer locations at which routes  connect; each location counted  only once; counts were  constructed and validated by the  operators. Count each stop‐level transfer location one  time for each operator, as of June 30, 2015.   Vehicle revenue miles TransTrack data –extracted from  Table 2 – SRTP Service Summary  on May 10, 2016.  Annual revenue service miles as of June 30,  2015.  Or total vehicle service miles, inclusive of  deadhead.  Square mileage US Census County square mileage  Operator service area square  mileage reported in NTD.  Information reported to NTD, by operator. Accessibility and coverage  GIS calculation for Figures 2  thru 6.  The methodology used to calculate population within the ¾ mile buffers and  service areas is included on each map. Using the local California State Plan  Coordinate system with distance units measured in feet, buffer and service area  polygons for each set of transit routes were first overlaid on top of the area’s 2010  US census blocks. Then, 2010 census population counts for each block intersecting  these polygons were applied to the corresponding buffer or service area using an  area‐ratio calculation. If, for example, only ¼ of the area of a census block fell  within the buffer or service area then only ¼ of the population of that census block  was applied to it. The sum of all these census block calculations, in turn, comprised  the population estimate for the corresponding buffer or service area.    69                                                                                                     P AGE| 27      Appendix B – Detail on Public Transit Trips Provided, All Modes    Public Transportation Trips Provided  Service by Mode [1]Trips % of Total  Trips # of Vehicles  in Active  Service Trips  % of  Total  Trips # of Vehicles  in Active  Service Trips  % of  Total  Trips # of Vehicles  in Active  Service Trips  % of  Total   Trips Rail [2] 878,438 6%888,844 6%898,216 5%965,136 6%    RCTC Commuter Rail ‐ Riverside 215,864 208,230 175,032 160,388    RCTC Commuter Rail ‐ Inland Empire Orange County 455,510 500,786 553,520 626,557    RCTC Commuter Rail ‐ 91 207,064 179,828 169,664 261,058 Public Bus, Fixed Route [3]  13,115,046 86%269 13,603,825 86%380        14,102,821 86%306        14,159,311 86%    RTA FR 6,555,135 94 6,861,830 191 7,155,365 124 7,203,364    SunLine FR 4,436,917 69 4,494,549 69 4,643,147 71 4,645,097    RTA Contract FR 1,635,377 80 1,713,555 90 1,744,652 79 1,753,518    Banning FR 127,499 5 138,503 5 146,981 5 135,244    Corona FR 153,783 4 163,054 4 169,745 6 168,303    Beaumont FR 164,390 9 190,589 13 198,499 13 204,112    Palo Verde Valley FR 41,945 8 41,745 8 44,432 8 49,673 Public Demand Response 767,883 5%206 795,503 5%219        823,649 5%188        840,811 5%    RTA DAR 372,322 125 384,442 106 398,636 98 406,000    Riverside Special Transportation Services DAR 174,058 29 172,725 47 182,878 36 175,276    SunLine DAR 124,720 31 136,208 45 139,042 33 153,183    Corona DAR 61,285 12 65,635 12 68,852 12 66,015    Beaumont DAR 18,786 4 18,710 3 16,899 3 18,640    RTA Taxi 7,648 ‐8,539 ‐8,271 ‐11,963    Banning DAR 9,064 5 9,244 6 9,071 6 9,734 Specialized Transportation/ Universal Call Program [4] 494,516 3%45         559,104 4%54          577,736 4%50           543,296 3% Fixed Route:      RTA Extended Services 101,038 108,180 68,726 50,851     RTA Commuter Link 58,466 64,171 62,542 73,635 SunLine Commuter Link 220 ‐12,868 14,528 13,952 SunLine Line 95 North Shore ‐‐26,603 15,605 Paratransit/ Community Shuttle Services:     Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County 57,044 13                   49,135 16                      41,676 14                       38,767 Care‐A‐Van/ HOPE Bus 20,115 10                   25,060 12                      29,845 13                       22,394 Care Connexxus 15,829 4                      17,597 5                        16,333 5                         17,296 City of Norco ‐ Senior Shuttle 1,130 1                      2,066 1                        1,956 1                         2,189 CVAG Roy's Desert Resource Center 38,945 2                      46,561 2                        45,272 2                         17,288 Friends of Moreno Valley MoVan 5,364 1                      4,941 1                        3,002 1                         4,574 Inland AIDS Project 2,377 2                      2,354 2                        2,342 1,723 Operation Safehouse 524 1                      309 1                        624 1                         765 Riverside County Regional Medical Center 10,071 10                   9,208 10                      5,835 10                       7,640 United States Veterans Initiative ‐‐‐4                        5,217 3                         2,333 Wildomar Senior Community 440 1 446 ‐‐‐‐ Mileage Reimbursement (one‐way trips supported): Court Appointed Special Advocates‐CASA/Voices for Children 9,380 6,696 5,702 ‐ TRIP ‐ Partnership to Preserve Independent Living (West County)82,383 83,831 87,850 89,828 TRIP ‐ Partnership to Preserve Independent Living (East County)‐‐ ‐19,779 Bus Passes/Taxi Vouchers/ Van Pool Trips Community Connect/ TAP Bus Pass Trips 65,263 62,742 65,212 71,230 RCTC Commuter benefits/ Coachella Van Pool Trips 19,037 17,700 18,740 ‐ RTA ‐ Travel Training 5,026 39,334 65,354 81,031 SunLine Taxi Voucher Program 2,084 5,905 10,377 12,416 Mobility Management and Travel Training Projects Care Connexxus ‐ Driver Sensitivity Training n/a n/a n/a n/a Community Connect/ 211 n/a n/a n/a n/a Blindness Support ‐ Travel Training n/a n/a n/a n/a RTA Travel Training n/a n/a n/a n/a ALL TRIPS:  Including Rail, Public Transit, Measure A , JARC and New Freedom 15,255,883 100% 520 15,847,276 100% 653 16,402,422 100%544 16,508,554 100% TOTAL POPULATION 2,217,778 2,227,577 2,255,059 2,279,967 Trips per Capita for 2006 Total Population (2,005,477 persons) [5]   Trips per Capita for 2012 Total Population [6]6.9   Trips per Capita for 2013 Total Population [7]   Trips per Capita for 2014 Total Population [8]7.2   Trips per Capita for 2015 Total Population [9]7.2 Notes: [1] Public transit operator ridership data extracted from TransTrack 'Table 2 — SRTP Service Summary' on May 10, 2016. Vehicle data reported directly from operators on April 28, 2016. RCTC's Annual Report FY 13/14FY 12/13 RCTC's Annual Report 7.1 FY 11/12 RCTC Coordinated Plan RCTC's Annual Report FY 14/15 [2] FY13‐14 Annualized from average weekday daily boardings at Riverside County stations: Riverside, 91 and Inland Empire‐Orange County Lines. [4] Specialized Transportation ridership and vehicle data reported directly by specialized transportation operators. RTA and SunLine included in public bus [3] [5] through [9] RCTC Fiscal Year Mid‐Year Revenue Projections ‐ Department of Finance January 1st:  Demographic Research Unit county population estimate.              (RTA Extended, Commuterlink and RTA Travel Training, SunLine CommuterLink and Line 95, and Community Connect TAP/RTA) [3] Public bus, fixed route trips for RTA and SunLine do not include Specialized Transportation funded fixed route trips:              FY14‐15 Annualized from average weekday AND average weekend daily boardings at Riverside County stations. There is no  weekend service on the Riverside line. Reported April 26, 2016. 70                                                                                                         PAGE| 28     Appendix C – Bus Stop Location Counts by Operators   RTA Routes and Connections/ Transfer Locations INTRA SYSTEMREGIONALROUTES 1 3 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 29 30 31 32 33 35 40 41 42 49 50 51 52 55 61 74 79 202 204 206 208 210 212 216 217Corona CruiserPassTransitMetrolinkAMTRAKOmni 2 GreyhoundOmnitrans 82Omnitrans 215Omnitrans 325Omnitrans 61,65,66,67,68,80NCTD CoasterSunLine 220NCTDNCTD SprinterMTSOCTA 794OCTA 24,42,46,50,51,55Foothill Transit1 1 4 44454 12211134433333 8 3 1 1 12763111141981111410433532 211111 11111121 1138111322111 1113124 3 5361 121111111121 1138134 3 5 452221111111111211 1143144 5 34 32 12111 222 11121 1 12 144155 3 653 1 2111111 111211 11141164 211121 11 2 1 111 41234311 1 1 13451831321 11111151921321 112 2212111124201 221111 22 2 21 2121212 1 221212111117222 11 12212 1212121 1 11 1 1212111 113723 1223 21 111142422 1 3192611112 1112 1113271 1 1111 1 12 1 2222 1 11312 2 1 11332911 1 111112121111111 1122302 2221 1111312321 2211 2 2 22032232 2312 21733222 1321 11435111211111 2211540111 11541122 117421 221211 111491 1 111111122 111111112150 31 155141124 12111752411212112552 22 3 1 1 1214 .6131 112 2211115741 1 3223312232 3 22327923 1 1121323 1 1 1 1 3262021112 111 111 2 1142043 1 112121112 221 1 111 1 1 2 11 31206 11111 1 211 1 1 1132083 111111312 21 221111 1 1 1121 1 1 4 4 1 12 1 1 13532103 111111411 1 1 1 1 21 11 4 3 11 1 1 1 16432123 1 11113 1 221122111 131 1 4 3 1 2 1 2 1 1 135021631 2 22221111111 1 1 1 111 1113021711 1 22112123 1 1 1 2111 1 127OCTA 79411136044351235393938391422171633149123218101817141257111751811141430267231144324125 22 15 5 28 6 1 17315221313211211062TOTALS BY TYPE OF CONNECTIONIntra‐System926Intra‐County 20Regional Rail52Regional Bus64NOTE:  Some routes connect only in one direction, do not necessarily make a meaningful connection on the route's reverse direction.71                                                                                                         PAGE| 29               SunLine Routes and Connections/ Transfer Locations as of January 2016INTRA‐COUNTY REGIONAL RAILINTRA‐SYSTEMREGIONAL BUSRoutes 14 15 20 24 30 32 53 54 70 80 81 90 91 95 111 220Pass TransitRTAMBTAMorongo Band of Mission IndiansMetrolinkAMTRAKGreyhound14 111211715 1 113****  2011 111 1 1 724 1 111 430 2 1 2273211211 11 1953 1 1 1 2 1 1 7***  541 11 1221112 1 1 15701113802 311119812 3 1111 110901112218911 112 218**  951 1122 181111 112112111111 1 1 3 20      *  2201 111 1 11 11111172737851429988817 5 11 3 1182136TOTALS BY TYPE OF CONNECTIONIntra‐System114Intra‐Co.7Regional Bus4Regional Rail11136*Effective date:  September 10, 2012** Effective date:  September 2, 2013*** Effective date:  January 6, 2014**** Effective date:  January 3, 2016SunLine's Route #220 to the Metrolink station and downtown Riverside supports out‐of‐county connections to San Bernardino, Los Angeles and San Diego Counties through the host of transfer options afforded at each of these stops.72                                                                                                         PAGE| 30         Pass Transit Routes and Connections/ Transfer LocationsREGIONAL RAILINTRA‐SYSTEM INTRA‐COUNTYREGIONAL BUSRoutes 12345679120Total Intra‐SystemRTA 14RTA 31RTA 35RTA 210SunLine 220Total Intra‐CountyOmni 1Omni 2Omni 202Omni 325MARTA Big BearMARTA RIMVVTA 15Total Regional BusMetrolink ‐San BernardinoAMTRAKGreyhoundTotal Regional Bus/Rail132222 12 11218253332111 1112 1 25345341221 1111264243 21111 11111951122 1 11 221115611123 11 221116712 259222612012111 11111 1111111 11 2014171615157697 19987 1111111 120150TOTALS BY TYPE OF CONNECTIONIntra‐System Bus106Intra‐County Bus34Regional Bus 7 Regional Rail/ Intercity Bus315073                                                                                                         PAGE| 31        INTRA‐SYSTEM INTRA‐COUNTYCorona Cruiser Routes and Connections/ Transfer LocationsREGIONAL RAIL/ INTERCITY BUSRoutesRed BlueRTASunLineMetrolinkAMTRAKGreyhoundRed9 23335Blue929543Intra‐System Intra‐County Regional1852878TOTALS BY TYPE OF CONNECTIONPVVTA Routes and Connections/ Transfer LocationsINTRA‐COUNTYINTRA‐SYSTEMREGIONAL RAILRoutes 12345RTASunLineMetrolinkAMTRAKGreyhound1 3121723 126311 134221550TOTALS66350 0 000121Note: Route 5 is a weekend route and is the only route in operation. No other routes are available to transfer to.Quartzsite Transit Services in Arizona connects paratransit services into Blythe/PVVTA Monday‐Friday.74                                                                                                     P AGE| 32        Appendix D – Public Transit Fleet Size Over Three Years      Public Transit Vehicles 3‐Year History Western Riverside County 339 372 382 3% Fixed Route 198 217 227 Demand Response 141 155 155 Coachella Valley 100 104 104 0% Fixed Route 69 69 71 Demand Response 31 35 33 Palo Verde Valley 8880% Fixed Route 888 [1] Revised reporting from prior year reports; excludes support vehicles. [2] Excludes support vehicles and includes vehicles active  as of June 30, 2015 Source:  Vehicle information directly reported by operators April 28, 2016. Countywide Totals 447 484 FY 2012/2013 [1] FY 2013/2014 [1] % Change  from Prior  Year Transit Vehicles only (fixed-route and demand response, excluding taxis) RTA, City of Riverside, Corona, Banning, Beaumont, SunLine, Palo Verde Valley 2% FY 2014/2015 [2] 494 75                                                                                                         PAGE| 33    Appendix E – Inventory of Public and Specialized Transportation Services by Area, by Mode   AgencyProgram DescriptionEligibility Service AreaFareOperating HoursTransfersRiverside Transit Agency (RTA) Motor Bus(Local, Regional and Community bus)RTA operate 35 regional, local, rural and trolley service routes throughout Western Riverside County and two additional local routes are expected to be added to provide connectivity with the Perris Valley Rail Line, which is due to commence operations in Summer 2016.General PublicBase Fares:General/Youth (Grades 1‐12) ‐ $1.50Sen/Dis/Medicare/Veteran ‐ $0.70Child (46" tall or under) ‐ $0.25Day Pass:General/Youth (Grades 1‐12) ‐ $4.00Sen/Dis/Medicare/Veteran ‐ $2.007‐Day PassGeneral/Youth (Grades 1‐12) ‐ $16.00Sen/Dis/Medicare/Veteran ‐ $16.0030‐Day Pass:General ‐ $50.00Youth (Grades 1‐12) ‐ $35.00Sen/Dis/Medicare/Veteran ‐ $23.00Start and end times vary from route to  route. Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) CommuterLink (express bus)RTA operates eight (8) CommuterLink routes, that are long‐distance, peak‐hour express services that provide both inter and intra‐county connections.General PublicBase Fares:General/Youth (Grades 1‐12) ‐ $3.00Sen/Dis/Medicare/Veteran ‐ $2.00Child (46" tall or under) ‐ $2.00Day Pass:General/Youth (Grades 1‐12) ‐ $7.00Sen/Dis/Medicare/Veteran ‐ $5.0030‐Day Pass:General/Youth (Grades 1‐12)‐ $75.00Sen/Dis/Medicare/Veteran ‐ $50.00Start and end times vary from route to  route. Public Fixed Route Providers ‐ Western RiversideRTA has transfer agreements with the following agencies: Metrolink, Omnitrans, Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), Corona Cruiser, SunLine and Pass Transit. Metrolink tickets and passes are accepted on RTA fixed routes that serve Metrolink stations during the period from one hour before to one hour after Metrolink’s service hours and are valid on the day of travel. Fare media from Omnitrans, Corona Cruiser and Pass Transit are accepted at transfer locations at the equivalent base fare rate, excluding CommuterLink service, on the day of travel. OCTA fare media is accepted for base fare on CommuterLink Route 216 at transfer locations in Orange County as well as La Sierra Metrolink between RTA Route 15 and OCTA Route 794. Current and retired employees as well as dependents of Omnitrans and OCTA are eligible to ride any local fixed route or CommuterLink in the RTA service area.RTA serves eighteen (18) incorporated cities including Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Canyon Lake, Corona, Eastvale, Hemet, Jurupa Valley, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Moreno Valley, Murrieta, Norco, Perris, Riverside, San Jacinto, Temecula and Wildomar and unincorporated areas of Western Riverside County.76                                                                                                         PAGE| 34      AgencyProgram DescriptionEligibility Service AreaFareOperating HoursTransfersCity of Corona Corona CruiserThe red and blue lines service the City of Corona with a fixed‐route, regularly scheduled bus service.General PublicThe Blue Line serves the McKinley Street retail area then travels on to Magnolia Avenue and Main Street to the River Road area. The Red Line connects the residential areas of central Corona with commercial areas along Sixth Street and the Ontario Avenue/California Avenue retail area. The Red Line also covers South Corona along Ontario Avenue/Temescal Canyon Road to serve the county area of El Cerrito and The Crossings shopping complex at Cajalco Road/Temescal Canyon Road and The Shops at Dos Lagos on Saturdays.Per Ride:Gen Public/Students: $1.50Sen/Dis/Medicare: $0.70Child (Under 46"): $0.25Day PassGen Public/Students: $4.00Sen/Dis/Medicare: $2.0015 Day PassGen Public: $17.50Students: $12.25Sen/Dis/Medicare: $8.0531 Day PassGen Public: $35.00Students: $24.50Sen/Dis/Medicare: $16.10Blue Line Mon ‐ Fri:  6:42 a.m. ‐ 7:09 p.m. Sat:  8:52 a.m. – 3:50 p.m. Red LineMon ‐ Fri:  6:50 a.m. ‐ 7:05 p.m.Sat:  9:00 a.m. ‐ 5:09 p.m.Sunday no serviceCorona Cruiser bus routes connect with Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) regional bus routes, North Main Metrolink Commuter Train Station and Park and Ride lots.City of BanningPass TransitBanning's Pass Transit provides three fixed route services: Routes 1, 5 and 6General PublicThe commercial and residential areas of Banning and Cabazon, as well as the commercial areas of the Morongo Indian Reservation and limited commercial areas of Beaumont.Start and end times vary. The earliest and latest times are as follows: Mon ‐ Fri  4:30 AM ‐ 11:00 PMSat ‐ Sun 8:00 AM ‐ 6:00 PMIf you are transferring from an RTA bus you must have purchased their day pass or monthly pass to be able to transfer to Routes 1, 5 & 6 and you will still be required to pay a Zone fare of $.25 to and from Cabazon. When you return back to Sun Lakes Village or Walmart to connect with RTA you will have to pay our fare of $1.15 per person for Routes #1, #5 and #6 plus the $0.25 Zone fare.Passes are accepted from RTA Routes 31 & 35 only at the Albertson's & Wal‐Mart transfer points with an additional $0.25 Zone fare if traveling to Cabazon to cross over into the Southeast portion of Cabazon.City of Beaumont Pass TransitFixed schedule, regional, commuter and special event shuttlesGeneral Public Beaumont, Banning, Cherry Valley, and Cabazon. Commuter link service to Calimesa, the Loma Linda Veteran's Hospital and the San Bernardino Metrolink Station. M ‐ F: 6:00 am to 7:30 pmSat/Sun: 8:00 am to 6:00 pmPassengers can use Day Passes to transfer between the Pass Transit System fixed routes and the RTA Line 31 to Hemet and Line 35 to Moreno Valley.Base FareGeneral: $1.15  ‐  Youth: $1.00Sen/Dis/Vets: $0.65  ‐  Child: $0.25Day PassGeneral: $3.00  ‐  Youth: $3.00Sen/Dis/Vets: $1.80  ‐  Child: N/A10‐Tripper Punch PassYouth: $10.0010 ‐ Ticket BookGeneral: $10.35  ‐  Sen/Dis/Vets: $5.85  Monthly PassGeneral: $36.00  ‐  Youth: $30.00Sen/Dis/Vets: $21.00  ‐  Child: N/ATransfer/Deviations: $0.25Military/GoPass/Jury Duty: FreePublic Fixed Route Providers ‐ Western Riverside77                                                                                                         PAGE| 35      AgencyProgram DescriptionEligibility Service AreaFareOperating HoursTransfersSunLine Transit Agency SunBusSunLine’s local fixed route network (SunBus) currently consists of 15 routes in total, including 14 localroutes and one (1) commuter link.General PublicDesert Hot Springs, Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio, and Coachella, with service also provided to the unincorporated Riverside County communities of Desert Edge, Thousand Palms, Bermuda Dunes, Thermal, Mecca, Oasis and North Shore.Cash FareAdult: $1.00; Youth $0.85; Sen/Dis/Med: $0.50Day PassAdult: $3.00; Youth $2.00; Sen/Dis/Med: $1.5031‐Day PassAdult: $34.00; Youth: $24.00; Sen/Dis/Med: $17.0010‐Ride PassAdult: $10.00; Youth: $8.50; Sen/Dis/Med: $5.00Employer Pass: $24.00Commute Exp (CE): Adult $6  ‐ S/D/M $4CE Day Pass: Adult $14 ‐ S/D/M $10CE 30‐Day Pass: Adult $150 ‐ S/D/M $100Weekdays: 4:32 am to 11:23 pm Weekends: 4:55 am to 10:48 pmSystem transfers between routes are $0.25AgencyProgram DescriptionEligibility Service AreaFareOperating HoursTransfersPalo Verde Valley Transit Desert RoadrunnerPVVTA provides five deviatedfixed routes.General PublicWithin the City of Blythe, and the unincorporated Riverside County areas of Mesa Verde and Ripley. Also, part of the greater area is the California State prison facilities of Ironwood and Chuckawalla.Cash FareGen Public: $1.65Sen/Dis: $0.80Child (5 & under): 1st child FreeAZ fare to/from Ehrenberg: $5.00Route 3 Fare: $3.30Route Deviations: $0.8010 Ride Punch PassesGen Pub: $16.50, Sen/Dis: $8.00Ehrenberg, AZ: $50.00, Route 3: $33.0031‐Day PassGen Pub: $43.00, Sen/Dis: $28.00Route 3: $120.00X‐Tend‐A‐Ride: $5.00M‐F: 5:00 am to 6:30 pm8:00 am to 1 :00 pm on Saturday and limited holidaysN/APublic Fixed Route Providers ‐ Palo Verde ValleyPublic Fixed Route Providers ‐ Coachella Valley78                                                                                                         PAGE| 36           AgencyProgram DescriptionEligibility Service AreaFareReservations Operating HoursRiverside Transit Agency (RTA)Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Priority DAR ServiceADA Priority DAR is an origin‐to‐destination advanced reservation transportation service that RTA gives priority service to individuals who are certified under ADA law.Persons who are certified under ADA law to have a disability that prohibits them from using fixed‐route service.Persons who are ADA certified are eligible for trips throughout the RTA service area that are within three‐quarters of a mile of a fixed route bus service, excluding express routes.DAR service is provided at times equivalent to local fixed route bus service in the area.Riverside Transit Agency (RTA)Senior/Disabled DAR ServiceSenior/Disabled DAR is an origin‐to‐destination advanced reservation transportation service within a single city.Seniors age 65 and above and persons with disabilities.Seniors age 65 and above and persons with disabilities are eligible for local DAR service within a single city and within three‐quarters of a mile  excluding express service. Transportation is provided only within the city in which the trip begins.During the hours of fixed routebus service operation.Riverside Transit Agency (RTA)Dial‐a‐Ride Plus, RTA Lifeline ServiceTwo‐year pilot program approved under the RCTC Measure A Call for Projects, provide wheelchair accessible taxi service.Seniors aged 65 and over and to persons with disabilities for lifeline services.Extends the DAR service boundary by an additional two miles.During the hours of fixed routebus service operation.Public Demand Response Providers ‐ Western RiversideBase Fare*Sen/Dis:  $3.00Medicare:  $3.00child (under 46"):  $0.5010‐Ticket BookSen/Dis:  $30.00Medicare:  $30.00Child (Under 46"): N/A Buddy FareA special program, for two to 10 eligible customers can share the fare for each fare zone. The entire group must be picked up within a half‐mile radius of each other and travel to the same destination.* Base fare is per fare zone for a maximum of $9.00. Personal care attendants pay the same fare as the rider.Dial‐A‐Ride customers may schedule rides one to three days in advance.Dial‐A‐Ride requests are taken Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and weekends from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.(800) 795‐7887 or TTY (800) 396‐361079                                                                                                         PAGE| 37       AgencyProgram DescriptionEligibility Service AreaFareReservations Operating HoursCity of CoronaADA Complimentary ParatransitCurb‐to‐curb paratransit service. Door‐to‐door service is available if driver can see the vehicle at all times and vehicle is parked in a safe place. Persons who are certified under ADA law with a disability that prohibits them from using fixed‐route service.Person w Disability:  $2.50Children:  $0.50Mon ‐ Fri:  6:42 am ‐ 6:00 pmSat:  8:52 am ‐ 5:09 pm Sunday no service City of CoronaGeneral Public ParatransitCurb‐to‐curb paratransit service. Door‐to‐door service is available if driver can see the vehicle at all times and vehicle is parked in a safe place. General PublicGeneral Public:  $4.00Sen/Dis/Med:  $2.50Children:  $0.50Mon ‐ Fri:  6:42 am ‐ 7:09 pmSat:  8:52 am ‐ 5:09 pmSunday no serviceCity of RiversideSpecial TransitOrigin‐to‐destination rideshare transportation service.Limited to senior citizens (60+) and persons with disabilities (w/ physiciandoc).Within the 81.54 square mile incorporated city limits of the City of Riverside.$2.00 for a one‐way ride; a punch card may be purchased for $40.00 and isequivalent to 20 rides.Call (951) 687‐8080 M‐F 8:00 am ‐ 5:00 pm, 9:00 am ‐3:00 pm Wknd/HolidaysMon ‐ Fri: 8:00 am ‐ 5:30 pm Wknd/Holiday 9:00 am ‐ 4:00 pmCity of BanningDial‐A‐RideOrigin‐to‐destination shared ride transportation service.Senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and individuals certified for ADA transport.City of Banning and neighboring areas of Beaumont and CabazonCall (951) 922‐3252 Reservations must be made no later than 3 p.m. the day of the trip.Mon ‐ Fri: 8:00 am to 3:00 pmADA Riders:Mon ‐ Fri: 6 am to 6:45 pm Sat/Sun: 8 am to 4:45 pm (must have 3‐ADA certified passengers in order to transport on Sat/Sun)City of BeaumontDial‐A‐RideOrigin‐to‐destination shared ride transportation service.Senior citizens (65+), persons with disabilities, and individuals certified for ADA transport.Beaumont and parts of Cherry ValleyCall (951) 769‐8532 at least 24 hours in advance to make a reservationMonday through Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.ADA CertifiedMon ‐ Fri: 6.00 am to 7.00 pmSat/Sun: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm(ADA only on Sunday)Reservations can be made from one to fourteen days in advance; however, same dayservice may be accommodated if space is available.(951) 734‐7220 Throughout the City of Corona and neighboring county areas of Coronita, El Cerrito and Home Gardens as well as satellite locations in the City of Norco (Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Public Social Services and Norco College).Public Demand Response Providers ‐ Western RiversideBase FareOne‐way: $2.00Companion: $3.00No‐Show: $2.00PCA: Free10‐Ride Punch CardOne‐way: $18.0080                                                                                                         PAGE| 38      AgencyProgram DescriptionEligibility Service AreaFareReservations Operating HoursSunLine Transit AgencySunDialCurb‐to‐curb service designed to meet requirements of the ADA and next‐day complementary demand‐response service to Coachella Valley residents who are unable to use fixed route service.Certified riders that have the required ADA Certification Identification CardWithin ¾ mile of the existing SunBus route networkCash Fare ‐ Single RideSame City: $1.50City to City: $2.0010‐Ride PassSame City: $15.00City to City: $20.00(800) 347‐8628 seven days a week between 8 am and 5 pmSunDial operates the same hours as any specific SunBus fixed‐route. SunLine Transit AgencySunTaxiSubsidized taxi service to supplement SunDial in providing ADA paratransit service.Certified riders that have the required ADA Certification Identification CardWithin ¾ mile of the existing SunBus route networkN/ASunLine Transit AgencyTaxi Vouchers Providing half price taxi trips.Seniors (60+) and the disabledThroughout SunLine service areaLoading onto a prepaid taxi fare payment card up to $75 every 30 days. SunLine then doubles the deposit. Maximum balance allowed on a card at any time is $450.00AgencyProgram DescriptionEligibility Service AreaFareReservations Operating HoursPalo Verde Valley Transit AgencyRoad RunnerADA Para‐transit is also provided after hours on the Fixed Routes through routedeviation requests. The routes can deviate up to 3/4 of a mile away from the actual mapped routes.General PublicWithin the City of Blythe, and the unincorporated Riverside County areas of Mesa Verde and Ripley. Also, part of the greater area is the California State prison facilities of Ironwood and Chuckawalla.Route deviations are $0.80 in addition to the normal fixed‐route fare.DV8 Card that provides 8 one‐way deviations is $6.40Request a deviation by calling 760‐922‐1140. Deviation requests should be made at least 30 minutes prior to the p/u time. Deviations can also be requested from the driver at least 30 minutes prior to the p/u or d/o time.Mon ‐ Fri: 5:00 am to 6:30 pm8:00 am to 1 :00 pm on Saturday and limited holidaysTaxi Smart Card is accepted by all three Coachella Valley taxicab franchises; American Cab, Desert City Cab and Yellow Cab of the Desert. Taxis are equipped with a reader to accept the Smart Card. Swipe your Smart Card to pay your fare. A standard tip is paid in cash. Taxi Smart Cards cannot be used for tips. For more information call (760) 343‐3456.Bring a completed Taxi Voucher Program Application to 32‐505 Harry Oliver Trail, Thousand Palms, CA, Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Public Demand Response Providers ‐ Coachella ValleyPublic Demand Response Providers ‐ Palo Verde Valley81                                                                                                         PAGE| 39         Service Provider Service Description Cities ServedDays OperatingWhere to Call Who QualifiesUnits of Service ProvidedFunding SourcesAbility CountsTransportation from Ability Counts site to client job site.Western Riverside County and part of San Bernardino County.M‐Sat (951) 734‐6595 Persons with developmental disabilities. 134,000 Annual Trips 5310 TraditionalBlindness Support(Travel Training program)Provides persons blind/visually impaired/disabled with the skills and knowledge to use the local fixed‐route bus system.Western Riverside County. M‐F (951) 341‐9244Adults that are legally blind, disabled, 55 years or older or a veteran.Trains 70 Individuals and Distributes 180 Bus Passes AnnuallyMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitBoys & Girls Clubs of Southwest CountyChildren receive round trip transportation to school and back to their clubhouse.Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, Wildomar, Menifee.M‐F (951) 699‐1526Elementary and Middle School low‐income family youths participating in the Before and After School Transportation program.38,767 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitCare‐A‐Van Transit, Inc.Provides door‐to‐door non‐emergency transportation.Hemet/San Jacinto Valley, Lake Elsinore area and the Sun City/Menifee area; unincorporated county areas of Winchester and Val Vista.M‐F (951) 791‐3572Low‐income, seniors and disabled individuals including:  Riverside County Hemet Service Center customers, Valley Restart Homeless Shelter, Da Vita, Riverside Co. Office on Aging, KinCare, Job Training and Education through HOPE Bus, Care Connexxus, Inland Regional, and Veteran Services.22,394 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized Transit/ 5310 TraditionalCare Connexxus, Inc.Provides specialized curb‐to‐curb paratransit non‐emergency medical transportation. City of Riverside and surrounding cities.M‐F (951) 509‐2500Clients of Adult Day Service Center of Riverside County.17,296 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized Transit/ 5310 TraditionalCommunity Connect Transit Access Program (TAP)Bus transit tokens/tickets are distributed to human services agencies to give to their clients to fulfill emergency need transportation. Public Transit Providers in Western Riverside County.M‐F (951) 686‐4402Seniors, persons with disabilities, and low‐income.Distributes 71,230 Bus Passes to 14,956 Persons AnnuallyMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitCommunity Connect 2‐1‐1 VetLinkProvides a Veterans Specialist call taker for 2‐1‐1 information calls and an online trip planner for providers in Riverside County.Riverside County‐wide. 24 hoursDial 2‐1‐1www.211VetLink.orgFocus on Veterans, but open to General Public.2,005 Mobility Management ContactsMeasure A ‐ Specialized Transit/Veterans Transportation and Community LivingEXCEED(Valley Resource Center)Provides transportation related activities and services beyond those required by ADA by providing door‐to‐door service allowing travel to work and/or day program.Hemet/San Jacinto Valley; unincorporated county areas of Winchester and Valle Vista.M‐F(951) 766‐8659Adults with disabilities who are clients of EXCEED (a division of Valley Resource Center for the Retarded, Inc.).198,000 Annual Trips5310 Traditional & ExpandedSpecialized Transit Providers ‐ Western Riverside82                                                                                                         PAGE| 40         Service Provider Service Description Cities ServedDays OperatingWhere to Call Who QualifiesUnits of Service ProvidedFunding SourcesForest Folk, Inc. (Idyllwild Area Shuttle)Provides a shuttle service in Idyllwild and its surrounding communities and lifeline service to and from Hemet and Palm Desert.Communities of Idyllwild, Pine Cove, Fern Valley, and Mountain Center.M‐F (951) 292‐8467Seniors, persons with disabilities, and low‐income.Began FY 15‐16; Projecting 2,700 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitFriends of Moreno Valley Senior Center (a.k.a. "MoVan")Paratransit service for travel within Moreno Valley and outside of Moreno Valley for doctor appointments.Trips originating in Moreno Valley to areas within a 35‐mile radius.M‐F (800) 351‐6571 Seniors (60+) and adults with disabilities. 4,574 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized Transit/ 5310 TraditionalIndependent Living Partnership (TRIP)Provides a mileage reimbursement for volunteer drivers of eligible participants. Western Riverside County 24 hours (800) 510‐2020 Seniors and persons with disabilities.89,828 Annual Trips;1,344,778 Miles ReimbursedMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitInland AIDS ProjectDoor‐to‐door non‐emergency medical transportation to medical and dental appointments.Western Riverside County M‐F(951) 683‐2427 x136Clients with HIV/AIDS. 1,723 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitCity of Norco, Dept of Parks & RecreationDoor‐to‐door transportation through the Rose M. Eldridge Senior Center.Norco, Mira Loma M‐TH (951) 270‐5647Norco residents: seniors and persons with disabilities.2,189 Annual tripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitOperation Safehouse, Inc.Provides transportation through screened volunteers to social service appointments.Western Riverside County 24 hours (951) 369‐4921 Homeless, at‐risk youth ages 18‐21. 765 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitRiverside University Health Systems – Behavioral HealthDoor‐to‐door transportation non‐emergency medical transportation.Western Riverside County Mon ‐ Fri (951) 955‐1647Low‐income or elderly individuals with behavioral health issues.Began FY 15‐16; Projecting 1,000 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitRiverside University Health Systems – Medical Transportation Department (Formerly RCRMC).Door‐to‐door transportation non‐emergency medical and dialysis transportation.Western Riverside County Mon ‐ Fri ‐ NEMTSat/Sun ‐ Dialysis(866) 909‐4881(951) 486‐4380Low‐income Medi‐Cal and Medicare clients of the RUHS Medical Center, outside Dialysis patients, the elderly and disabled.7,640 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitUnited States Veterans InitiativeDoor‐to‐door transportation for March ARB residents to critical appointments.Riverside County M‐F (951) 656‐6892Low‐income and/or homeless Veterans residing onsite at March Air Reserve Base as well as offsite areas located in Riverside County.2,333 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitVoices for ChildrenProvides mileage reimbursement to Court Appointed Special Advocate's to transport children that pass through Riverside County's foster care system to court, school, appointments and outings. Western Riverside County M‐F (858) 598‐2211Children placed in the juvenile dependency court system (foster children) in Western Riverside County.Began in FY 15‐16; Projecting 2,850 Annual TripsMeasure A ‐ Specialized TransitSpecialized Transit Providers ‐ Western Riverside83                                                                                                         PAGE| 41     Specialized Transit Service ProviderService Description Cities Served Days Operating Where to Call Who Qualifies Units of Service Provided Funding SourcesAngel View, Inc.Transportation to and from Angel View day program.  Transportation is provided to residential clients 7 days a week; Day Program clients.Coachella Valley/Joshua TreeM‐SU (760) 329‐6471Children and adults with disabilities who are clients of Angel View's residential care program and Adult Day Program. 32,000 Annual TripsFTA 5310 Traditional & ExpandedDesert ArcOperates a bus and van service that provides daily transportation and para‐transit services to facility and work sites.Coachella Valley and the Morongo BasinM‐Su(888) 771‐7784 Persons with developmental disabilities. 161,000 Annual Trips FTA 5310 TraditionalDesert Blind and Handicapped AssociationDoor‐through‐door transportation design to help clients be able to remain in their private homes and fully participate in the community and local economy.Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, and Desert Hot Springs, including much of the intervening unincorporated areas.M‐F(760) 969‐5025Individuals with a disability that prevents safe driving. The disability may be permanent or temporary such as out‐patient surgery or a cast.Project is still being implemented. Projecting FTA 5310 Traditional & ExpandedIndependent Living Partnership (TRIP)Provides a mileage reimbursement for volunteer drivers of eligible participants. Coachella Valley and Palo Verde Valley (Blythe)24 hours (800) 510‐2020 Seniors and persons with disabilities.19,779 Annual Trips; 297,578 Miles ReimbursedFTA 5310 ExpandedSalud Health ClinicProvides volunteer transportation for healthcare clinic patients on an as‐needed basis when space and volunteer driver are available to provide the service. Trips outside of the Blythe areaWhen capacity is available(800) 510‐2021 Any patient of the clinic Not available Clinic FundsSpecialized Transit Providers ‐ Coachella Valley84 Riverside County Public Transportation: Annual Countywide Performance Report for FY 2014/15 Budget and Implementation Committee June 27, 2016 BUDGET PROCESS 2 Countywide Report FY 2014/15 Mobility impacts across Riverside County Builds upon last year’s baseline measurements Maintains compliance with the Transportation Development Act (TDA) Measurements: Farebox recovery ratio, trips per capita, and resources Farebox Recovery Ratio Each of the county’s public transit operators met or exceeded their respective minimum farebox requirement. COUNTYWIDE BANNING BEAUMONT CORONA PVVTA RIVERSIDE RTA SUNLINE COUNTYWIDE 2014 2015 2015 [3]2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 Total Operating Revenue from Passenger Fares [1] $ 21,064,023 173,976$ 236,771$ 436,366$ 140,278$ 384,631$ 15,435,458$ 6,040,407$ 22,847,887$ Total Operating Expenses, Net Farebox [2] $ 90,325,987 1,543,847$ 1,848,121$ 2,170,801$ 900,928$ 3,749,768$ 58,292,112$ 27,639,140$ 96,144,717$ Standard — Minimum Farebox Recovery Requirement, Per TDA and RCTC Adopted Policy No Standard 10%10%20%10%10%17.44%17.80%No Standard Actual — Farebox Recovery Ratio/Operator 23.3%11.3%12.8%20.1%15.6%10.3%26.5%21.9%23.8% Meeting Requirement Meets Meets Meets Meets Meets Meets Meets [1] Per RCTC Policy: Operators may supplement fare revenues with local funds and support such as Measure A. [2] Net farebox is based upon agency policy, in conformance with TDA rules and RCTC adopted policy. [3] Beaumont farebox derived from Beaumont's Draft Financial Statements as noted above, dated April 4, 2016. Source: Annual Financial Statements with Independent Auditor's Report For the Year Ending June 30, 2015 — All Operators' Final Transit Services Fund, except for Beaumont. Audit Results All Operators Trips Per Capita 4 A Trips per capita rate of 7.2 was achieved in FY 2014/15. Service by Mode Trips % of Total Trips Trips % of Total Trips Rail 898,216 5.5%965,136 5.8% Public Bus, Fixed Route 14,102,821 86.0%14,159,311 85.8% Public Demand Responsive 823,649 5.0%840,811 5.1% Specialized Transportation/Universal Call Program 577,736 3.5%543,296 3.3% ALL TRIPS: Including Rail, Public Transit, Measure A, JARC and New Freedom Programs 16,402,422 100%16,508,554 100% TOTAL POPULATION 2,255,059 2,279,967 Trips per Capita for FY 2014/15 Total Population 7.2 7.2 Public Transportation Trips Provided Countywide FY 14/15 Countywide FY 13/14 Resources 5 Approximately $69.9 million in state and local funding resources was made available to support the county’s operators. Western Riverside County Coachella Valley Palo Verde Valley $61,835,874 49,811,283$ 19,352,121$ 825,249$ $ 69,988,653 13% Programmed LTF and Measure A Transit, FY 2014/15, exclusive of state and local rail funding 484 382 104 8 494 2% RTA, City of Riverside, Corona, Banning, Beaumont, SunLine, Palo Verde Valley 16,856,113 13,497,152 4,161,847 171,288 17,830,287 6% RTA, City of Riverside, Corona, Banning, Beaumont, SunLine, Palo Verde Valley 4,499 2,337 1,120 1,042 4,499 0% 0.11 0.16 0.09 0.01 0.11 2% 3,747 5,775 3,716 164 3,963 6% Measure - Vehicles per Square Mile Measure - Vehicle Revenue Miles Per Square Mile % Change from FY 13-14 Transit Vehicles (fixed route and paratransit, excluding taxis) Vehicle Revenue Miles (fixed route and paratransit) Transit Service Area Square Mileage (Total County=7,206 sq. mi.) FY 13-14 Countywide Totals Public Transportation Resources, Two Time Periods FY 14-15 Countywide Totals State and Local Transit Funding, Excluding all Federal Funds Conclusion Riverside County ridership is showing steady increases across each mode of transportation. 10,575 13,115 13,604 14,103 14,159 549 768 796 824 841 62 495 559 578 543 2.7 m. 878 889 898 965 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 FY 05/06 FY 11/12 FY 12/13 FY 13/14 FY 14/15Annual One-Way Passenger TripsThousandsRegional Rail Specialized Transportation Public Demand Response Public Bus, Fixed Route Note: Change in how Metrolink trips for Riverside County were reported between FY 05/06 and FY 11/12. Questions? AGENDA ITEM 13 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: June 27, 2016 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Aaron Hake, Government Relations Manager THROUGH: John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: State and Federal Legislation Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and file an update on state and federal legislation; 2) Adopt the following bill position – AB 2452 (Gatto) – Oppose; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: State Update AB 2452 (Gatto) – Staff Recommended: OPPOSE This bill would require Caltrans or a regional transportation agency such as the Commission demonstrate that it considered reversible lanes for any road capacity-increasing project submitted for inclusion in the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Reversible lanes are used in California on the Golden Gate Bridge, the Interstate 15 in San Diego, and the San Diego-Coronado Bridge. When used, reversible lanes have the benefit of alleviating congestion during peak periods by adding capacity to the direction of travel that is in highest demand while reducing capacity for the direction of travel that is underutilizing the lane. Reversing the lane maximizes the throughput of the existing corridor, reducing the need to add lanes and expand the footprint of the facility. However, in many corridors, both directions of travel experience high volumes of traffic during peaks, rendering reversible lanes an unattractive and ineffective option. Design and geometrics of roadways can also inhibit implementation of reversible lanes. AB 2542 would statutorily require one option that has limited applicability to be emphasized. Commission staff believes it is unwise to legislate specific design features of projects to be considered and encouraged. These types of details should not be micromanaged by the Legislature, but rather be guided by professional Caltrans and industry best practices. Agenda Item 13 85 While the goal of seeking to reduce the environmental footprint of highways is a worthy one, staff believes a bill such as this opens the door to legislatively-mandated checklists of items for project sponsors to consider. State Budget Update By the time this staff report was written, the Legislature was in the final hours of finalizing the package of bills constituting the FY 2016/17 State Budget. A verbal update will be provided to the Commission on the details relating to transportation. Federal Legislation Update Federal Discretionary Grants Within the last month, the Commission’s Multimodal Services Department submitted two significant grant applications to the U.S. Department of Transportation. In partnership with the Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency, Palo Verde Hospital, and community partners, the Commission applied for a $199,194 grant from the Federal Transit Administration for the Blythe Wellness Express, a program to provide transportation options for residents of the Palo Verde Valley to access medical and healthcare services not available within the community. This effort received strong support from Riverside County’s legislative delegation; efforts remain underway to advocate for this federal funding which will provide meaningful access to healthcare in Riverside County’s most eastern sub-region. The Commission also applied for an advanced technology grant from the Federal Highway Administration to create an Integrated Corridor Management System on State Route 91 through the cities of Corona and Riverside. This project is a partnership between the Commission, Caltrans, and the two cities to fully integrate and synchronize signals along the corridor, provide increased deployment of changeable message signs on the highway, and develop a next-generation IE 511 mobile app to provide multimodal (bus, rail, toll) real-time traveler information on SR-91. Staff will continue to work with the region’s Congressional delegation to pursue these funds. In congruence with the RCTC Strategic Assessment adopted by the Commission, the Multi- Modal Services and Government Relations teams will continue to actively pursue discretionary state and federal grants to address Riverside County’s mobility challenges. Attachment: Legislative Matrix Agenda Item 13 86 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION - POSITIONS ON STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATION – June 2016 Legislation/ Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption AB 4 (Linder) This bill would bring truck weight fees back to transportation accounts and would prohibit weight fee revenues from being transferred from the State Highway Account to the Transportation Debt Service Fund, the Transportation Bond Direct Payment Account, or any other fund or account for the purpose of payment of the debt service on transportation general obligation bonds, and would also prohibit loans of weight fee revenues to the General Fund. Died pursuant to Article IV, Sec. 10(c) of the Constitution. (January 1, 2016) SUPPORT 3/11/15 AB 194 (Frazier) This bill provides a uniform, less-political process for tolling projects to be reviewed and approved by the state. Today, each tolling project must be approved via a bill in the Legislature. AB 194 provides the California Transportation Commission (CTC) with the authority to review and approve tolling projects, subject to specified conditions that provide for public transparency and collaboration between state and regional governments. The most important aspect of this bill is it rests decision-making authority over tolling projects with the governmental entity financially responsible for the project. The bill is sponsored by the Self-Help Counties Coalition, of which the Commission is a member. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 687, Statutes of 2015. (October 9, 2015). SUPPORT 3/11/15 AB 218 (Melendez) This bill allows for the relinquishment from state to local control of State Route 74 in the area between the cities of Lake Elsinore and Perris. This bill is sponsored by the county of Riverside and is championed by First District Supervisor and Commissioner Kevin Jeffries. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 553, Statutes of 2015. (October 7, 2015). SUPPORT 3/11/15 AB 914 (Brown) AB 914 authorizes San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG) to implement tolling on Interstate 10 and Interstate 15 within the County of San Bernardino. The bill contains language that requires cooperative agreements between SANBAG and the Commission prior to construction commencing on SANBAG’s I-15 project. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 702, Statutes of 2015. (October 9, 2015). SUPPORT 4/08/15 87 Legislation/ Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption AB 1171 (Linder) This bill authorizes the widespread use of an alternative contracting method known as construction manager/general contractor (CM/GC) for projects not on the state highway system. Like design-build, CM/GC offers a streamlined private sector risk-transfer in project delivery that is capable of saving time and money on complex transportation projects. In short, CM/GC allows a project sponsor (such as the Commission) to enter into a preconstruction contract with a private entity to provide services that assist in preparing a design and schedule for the project, while reserving the option to allow that contractor to bid on the actual construction of the project. Approved by the Governor. Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 413, Statutes of 2015. (October 1, 2015). SUPPORT 4/08/15 AB 1569 (Steinorth) This bill provides an exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for inspection, maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, or removal of transportation projects, such as highways, roads, bridges, culverts, tunnels, transit systems, bike, and walkways. Auxiliary lane additions also qualify for the exemption if it is within existing right of way and the areas surrounding the right of way are returned to their original condition after the project is complete. Although these projects are exempted from CEQA, the project sponsor must still notify public agencies with authority over the project and comply with any local laws. These projects are not exempted from the Porter- Cologne Water Quality Control Act, the California Endangered Species Act, and other state and federal laws. In committee: Set, second hearing. Failed passage. Reconsideration granted. (April 4, 2016). SUPPORT 4/13/16 AB 1780 (Medina) This bill, beginning in the 2016–17 fiscal year, would continuously appropriate 25 percent of the annual proceeds of the fund to the California Transportation Commission for the Sustainable Trade Corridors Program, which the bill would establish, thereby making an appropriation. In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file. (April 20, 2016). In committee: Held under submission. (May 27, 2016). SUPPORT 3/09/16 AB 1833 (Linder) This bill seeks three distinct policies that would create greater efficiencies in delivering transportation projects: Create an advanced mitigation program at Caltrans similar in concept to Riverside County’s Multiple-Species Habitat Conservation Plan; remove the sunset date on California’s participation in the federal program that allows the State to assume responsibility for review of federal environmental documents; and authorizes the State to participate in the new pilot program that allows States to substitute state environmental laws, such as the CEQA in lieu of NEPA. In committee: Held under submission. (May 27, 2016). SUPPORT 3/09/16 88 Legislation/ Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption AB 1943 (Linder) This bill provides technical amendments to a previous bill sponsored by the Commission in 2014, SB 953 (Roth) providing the Commission with authority to establish parking regulations at its rail stations. Legislature edits to the bill’s language prevented the Commission from enforcing parking regulations. AB 1943 clarifies the law with its amendments and provides the Commission with the power to establish and enforce its rules. The bill also allows the Commission to use a third-party private party to cite and tow violators. From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on T. & H. (June 8, 2016). SPONSOR 3/09/16 AB 2014 (Melendez) This bill would require the Department of the California Highway Patrol, in coordination with the Department of Transportation and in consultation with regional and local entities, to complete a workload study to assess resource needs to supervise existing and expanded freeway service patrols identified by regional and local entities and to submit the study to the Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review and the Assembly Committee on Budget. The bill would also require the departments to prepare their annual budget requests to the Legislature to accommodate the Department of the California Highway Patrol’s oversight of increased freeway service patrols identified in the study. In committee: Held under submission.. (May 27, 2016). SPONSOR 3/09/16 AB 2170 (Frazier) This bill is similar to AB 1780 (Medina) in that it directs new sources of funding to the successful TCIF program. AB 2170 directs federal formula funding for goods movement into the TCIF program. The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, approved by Congress in 2015, creates a new formula funding program for freight projects. The funds are apportioned to the states. This bill ensures that funding is distributed equitably throughout the state where regional governments such as the Commission will have a voice at the table. From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on T. & H. (June 9, 2016). SUPPORT 3/09/16 AB 2452 (Quirk) This bill proposes a helpful reform to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) that would limit the exposure of transportation projects to delays and costly litigation. AB 2452 by East Bay Assemblyman Bill Quirk would prohibit a judge from stopping the construction or implementation of a transportation project on solely on the basis of the project’s potential contributions to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. From committee: Be re- referred to Com. on A. & A.R. Re-referred. (Ayes 11. Noes 0.) (April 14). Re-referred to Com. on A. & A.R. (April 14, 2016). SUPPORT 3/09/16 89 Legislation/ Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption AB 2783 (E. Garcia) This bill directs the Strategic Growth Council (SGC) to amend the guidelines for the Affordable Housing Sustainable Communities (AHSC) program. The AHSC program is funded from Greenhouse Gas Reduction Funds (GGRF), otherwise known as cap and trade. AB 2783 allows projects in rural areas to meet lower housing density thresholds more consistent with rural development patterns. Current guidelines place rural areas of Riverside County at a competitive disadvantage for AHSC funding because Riverside County and the cities surrounding local rural areas are considered urban or suburban by the current program guidelines. Urban and suburban areas are required to have housing densities higher than what the market will typically support in a rural area. Referred to Coms. on T. & H. and E.Q. (June 2, 2016). SUPPORT IN CONCEPT, SEEK AMENDMENTS 4/13/16 SB 39 (Pavley) This bill raises the maximum number of green stickers issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for plug-in hybrid vehicles, which allow those vehicles to travel in high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes regardless of the number of occupants. SB 39 raises the cap to 85,000. . This bill represents a 112 percent increase in green stickers over a two-year period. The green sticker program expires on January 1, 2019. Referred to Com. On TRANS. (May 22, 2015). OPPOSE 6/10/15 SB 321 (Beall) This bill allows the BOE to adjust the price-based excise tax using a five-year forecast period instead of just a one-year period, thereby reducing the impact of short-term disruptions in fuel prices. SB 321 also extends the revenue- neutrality requirement to cover a three-year period instead of just one year, offering another opportunity for the BOE to smooth-out dramatic revenue swings. Finally, the bill allows the BOE to adjust the price-based excise tax every quarter, rather than once per year. Ordered to inactive file on request of Senator Beall. (September 11, 2015). SUPPORT 3/11/15 SB 885 (Wolk) Sponsored by the American Council of Engineering Companies, this bill would significantly increase litigation and financial exposure for entities that contract with design professionals by limiting the contractor’s duty to defend claims against their projects. By forbidding project owners from requiring design professionals to defend litigation against projects on which they worked, SB 885 will cause project owners to stand-in to defend the contractor’s work and then retroactively seek compensation from the contractor if the design professional is found at fault. The bill would create legal special treatment for a certain type of company, leading to inequity in who is responsible for defending lawsuits. The Commission relies heavily on the private sector for design services, which provides many benefits to the Commission, including, but not limited to: cost savings, efficiencies, and risk transfer. SB 885 would diminish these benefits of contracting for design services by requiring Riverside County taxpayers to accept the costs and risks of defending a private contractor’s work and then initiating further litigation to recoup those costs from the contractor. Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 26. Noes 4.) Ordered to the Assembly. (June 1, 2016). In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk. (June 2, 2016). Referred to Com. on JUD. (June 9, 2016). OPPOSE 5/23/16 90 Legislation/ Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption SB 901 (Bates) This bill creates an advanced mitigation program at Caltrans to account for the future impacts on the environment from transportation projects. This concept is similar to Riverside County’s Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan and the California Transportation Commission’s annual report recommendations to the Legislature. SB 901 is similar to AB 1833 (Linder), which the Commission took action to support in March 2016, and is consistent with the Commission’s legislative platform which encourages policies that expedite projects and reduce costs. SB 901 is slightly different in that it calls for $30 million to be taken from the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) and State Highway Operations Preservation and Protection (SHOPP) program to pay for the advanced mitigation program. Set for hearing April 19. (March 30, 2016). April 19 hearing postponed by committee. (April 14, 2016). SUPPORT 4/13/16 SB 1197 (Cannella) This bill allows for the expansion of intercity passenger rail service beyond the boundaries of the three existing joint powers authorities (JPAs) that operate intercity rail service today. Current law establishes the Los Angeles-San Diego- San Luis Obispo (LOSSAN) JPA and authorizes the state to contract with the JPA to operate the popular Pacific Surfliner Amtrak route. The Commission is a member agency of the LOSSAN JPA. This bill would provide the opportunity for the future Coachella Valley-San Gorgonio Pass intercity rail corridor to be operated by LOSSAN. While the governance of the Coachella Valley-San Gorgonio Pass service has not been fully vetted at this point in time, SB 1197 creates an opportunity that could be utilized in the future if it is determined by the Commission and the other LOSSAN member agencies it is best to incorporate the new corridor into the existing JPA, rather than creating a new agency or allowing Caltrans Division of Rail to operate the service. Set for hearing April 19, 2016. (March 30, 2016). SUPPORT 4/13/16 H.R. 2497 (Denham) H.R. 2497 creates a program to be administered by the U.S. Secretary of Transportation that eliminates duplicative environmental reviews and approvals of transportation projects under state and federal laws. Importantly, the bill sets a 90-day deadline for the Secretary to render a decision on applications for the program. Referred to House subcommittee on Highway and Transit. (May 22, 2015). Referred to House subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment. (May 22, 2015). SUPPORT 9/9/15 H.R. 4441 Reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), known as the Aviation Innovation, Reform, and Reauthorization Act Ordered to be Reported (Amended) by the Yeas and Nays: 34 - 25. (February 11, 2016). SEEK AMENDMENTS 3/09/16 91