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01 January 10, 2001 CommissionCOMM-COMM-00101 Riverside County Transportation Commission January 10, 2001 Page 2 7B. CONTRACTS COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT Page 2 O vervie w This item is to receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending November 30, 2000. 7C. CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE/SOCIAL SERVICES TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE Page 6 Overview A list of candidates and their terms of office in CAC/SSTAC is presented to the Commission for appointment. 7D. SCHEDULE OF CONFERENCES/MEETINGS FOR 2001. Page 11 Overview A list of conferences/meetings for 2001 is presented. Staff proposes up to two Commissioners be approved to attend a conference/meeting, as is provided for in the RCTC budget and in accordance to the Commission's approved Policy on Attendance of Conferences/Meetings. 7E. CETAP UPDATE O vervie w Page 13 This item, for receive and file, will provide an update on CETAP Internal Corridors, Inter -County Corridors, Transit Integration and Funding. 7F. AMENDMENT TO FY 00/01 SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLAN FOR THE CITY OF CORONA Page 15 Overview This item is to approve the amendment of the City of Corona's FY 01 Short Range Transit Plan and allocation of $55,000 in Local Transportation Funds to be used for the 2 0 % local match for construction of a slow -fill CNG refueling station. Riverside County Transportation Commission January 10, 2001 Page 3 7G. PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY'S TRANSIT AND PARATRANS1T MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Page 17 O vervie w This item is to approve the allocation of up to $8,975 of Measure "A" Specialized Transit funds to support non-profit operator located in Western Riverside County to attend the Pepperdine University's Transit and Paratransit Management Certificate Program. 7H. AGREEMENT FOR DISSOLUTION OF SCIRG Page 24 Overview This item is to approve to dissolve the joint exercise of powers agreement for the Southern California Intercity Rail Group (SCIRG)• 71. AWARD CONTRACT NO. RO-2128 TO STV INCORPORATED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT PHASE ENGINEERING SERVICES RELATED TO THE SAN JACINTO BRANCH LINE Page 29 O vervie w That the Commission: 1) Award Contract No. RO-2128 for an amount of $166,187 and 10% contingency of $16,613 for a total amount of $182,800 for Phase I to STV Incorporated for the development phase of engineering services related to the San Jacinto Branch Line in Riverside County between the cities of Riverside and Perris. A scope and cost for the next phase projected, Phase II - Preliminary Engineering, will be negotiated with STV Incorporated at a future time and will be brought back to the Commission for review and approval; and, 2) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the contract on behalf of the Commission. 7J. AMENDMENT #2 TO CONTRACT NO. RO-2028 WITH POUNTNEY & ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR THE PROPOSED VAN BUREN METROLINK COMMUTER RAIL STATION. Page 37 Overview That the Commission approve: 1) Amendment No. 2 to Contract No. RO-2028 with Pountney & Associates, Inc., which would allow the Commission to delegate extra work authority, within Commission approved funding limits, to the Executive Director, as long as the extra work was within the overall scope of the original contract. The exact language for the federally -funded contract extra work clause will be developed by Legal Counsel; 2) The attached Extra Riverside County Transportation Commission January 10, 2001 Page 4 Work Request/Change Order No. 1 as part of Amendment No. 2. The available Extra Work funds will be used to compensate Pountney & Associates for the additional work provided for the Change Order No. 1. The cost of the Change Order No. 1 is $50,948.06; 3) The use of the extra work clause within the overall scope of the original contract, developed by Legal Counsel, for use in all future RCTC federally funded contracts or amendments to existing RCTC federally funded contracts; and, 4) Authorization of the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute Amendment No. 2 on behalf of the Commission. 7K. AMENDMENT #12 TO CONTRACT RO-9337 WITH THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE TO PROVIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY SERVICES FOR THE ACQUISITION OF TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SOUND WALL #36 Page 57 O vervie w This item is to approve: 1) Amendment #12 to Contract RO-9337, with the County of Riverside to provide right-of-way services for the acquisition of temporary construction easements, required to allow for the construction of Sound Wall #36, on the south side of Route 91, between Harrison Street and Myers Street, in the City of Riverside, for a base work amount of $120,300 with an extra work amount of $19,700 for a total not to exceed amount of $140,000. A standard amendment will be used of this agreement; and, 2) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute Amendment No. #12 on behalf of the Commission. 7L. STATE ROUTE 79 PROJECT RESCOPING TO CONDUCT ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS ALONG THE CONCEPTUAL REALIGNMENT ALTERNATIVES NEAR THE CITIES OF HEMET AND SAN JACINTO BETWEEN RAMONA EXPRESSWAY AND DOMENIGONI PARKWAY Page 64 Overview This item is to: Approve Amendment #1 to Contract No. RO-9961 to CH2M- Hill to conduct environmental investigations requested by the Resource Agencies during a meeting held on September 28, 2000. The additional cost is $109,450 to perform the environmental investigations. Included as part of Amendment #1 will be to add $40,000 of extra work and direction to RCTC Legal Counsel to add contract language that will permit the authorization of the extra work under written direction of the Executive Director; and, 2) Authorize the Chairman to sign Amendment #1 to Agreement RO-9961 using a standard Consultant amendment form, subject to RCTC Legal Counsel review. Riverside County Transportation Commission January 10, 2001 Page 5 8. MID YEAR REVENUE PROJECTIONS 5 Minutes Page 73 O vervie w The mid -year revenue projections and planning budget adjustment to reflect the LTF planning revenue and expenditures are presented for approval. 9. AMENDMENT TO FY 00/01 SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLAN FOR COMMUTER RAIL 5 Minutes Overview Page 76 This item is to approve the amendment of the Commuter Rail FY 01 Short Range Transit Plan and to allocate $2,508,600 in Federal Section 5307 funds to provide the match for the purchase of seven additional Metrolink cars. 10. AWARD OF VEGETATION REMOVAL CONTRACT FOR STATE ROUTE 74 REALIGNMENT 2 Minutes Page 81 11. O vervie w This item is to award the vegetation removal contract for State Route 74 realignment. A final staff report will be presented at the Commission meeting. PROPOSED GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002 BUDGET 15 Minutes Overview Page 83 Presented for approval are the proposed goals and objectives for Fiscal Year 2001- 2002 budget. 12. DRAFT 2001 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN (RTP) Overview 15 Minutes Page 83 The Draft 2001 RTP was recently released by SCAG for public comment. This plan is from years 2001 through 2005. This item is for the Commission to receive the report. 13. ITEMS PULLED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR AGENDA 14. COMMISSIONERS/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REPORT 5 Minutes Riverside County Transportation Commission January 10, 2001 Page 6 15. CLOSED SESSION Conference with Real Property Negotiator Pursuant to Section 54946.8 Negotiating Parties: RCTC - Executive Director or Designee Property Owners: See following list for property owners. SR 74 Right of Way Acquisitions 1 349-090-009 Joseph Saline, Jr. 2 349-090-011 Kevin Valles, Tr. 3 349-090-004 Armin Altemus 4 349-100-032 William A. Lovell 5 349-100-035 Paul Olshefsky, et ux. 6 349-100-004 Jeffstra, Inc. 7 349-100-038 Dao Hoa 8 349-100-037 Arturo Mendoza, et al 9 No APN See Parcel Identified As 13593-1 (Attachment 1) Winifred D. Baird 10 349-060-009 James A. Gonzalez 11 No APN See Parcel Identified As 13592-1 (Attachment 2) Leslie L. and Jane M. Cameron 12 349-100-001 M.V. Duffy James 13 349-400-001 Frank Anzaldi, et al 16. ADJOURNMENT The next Commission meeting is scheduled to be held at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, February 14, 2001, at the University of California @ Riverside, Chancellor's Conference Room, 1201 University Avenue, Riverside, California. AN •C ' 01 15:.-37 -ww1 �s r, I SCALE: 11 1000 E'LY LINE ROAD E or PER R/S 24/77 i "g UTION PER !HST. 10. T' 9 Oa R. RECORDED la. 6, I98T ri S 2-4177 w 14, SEC. 21 T.55., R.4W., S.a.M. PARCEL 28 � Sri' L'r 1 RE OF 3 WV..�L�/ ri� �� NO. ' 033933, 1.9. I 3, 0� � 1 RE"ORCED 4AY 24. ]979 SHEET 10c ! PARCEL 26 011 ,�t. 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NO.1J7i4, OR SECTION 29 T. 5 S., R. 4 W., S. S. M. R.S. it/4' SST' 47'49" R 441.146 N 16/5 Z 0 6 1zCC c.1 tad N A -cron _ 9.144 m {301 T S i i i \ S4. 33.406itg EAST LSE OF SEC.29 THE BE.ARNCS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALFORNIA COORONATE SYSTEM OF 1983. TO0��E SY LOOQIOOT9 O9 GROUND LEVU DST SHOWN Associated Engineers, Inc. 331 EAST MAY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 PARCEL Nd,l � � TEL.!�1 49011960^1!12 FAxt i!O!1 as AREA DISTRICT C01MTT ROUTE IILOPOST SOWN FEET. 4T.306 OR RIVERSIDE TA 2T.9/32.0 1 Sawn Ions 4.324.3 PARCEL 13592-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBITS PAGE:.„ ATTACHMENT PUBLIC COMMENTS: AGENDA ITEM r S) Detach and submit to Clerk of the Board BJECT OF LIC COMMENTS: 74) P 17 u s AND SUBJECT(S): NAME: t ,c4 Il, y 'f' k14 %�i 1 DATE01/ P Q / ADDRESS: 76 A PYI 5tTEL. NO: C - 3 / REPRESENTING: Air � A r BUSINESS ADDRESS: TEL. NO: l4-j ROTC 7/99 Detach and submit to Clerk of the Board PUBLIC s COMMENTS: SUBJECT OF I PUBLIC COMMENTS: �j�i�' LjA AGENDA ITEM NOIS) AND SUBJECT(S): ADDRESS: ko-. DATE: l /6)__ o' �n�`/ n ��`vr1(/ (r.ti' Mill lir PI 1 T�L1.1`NO:7:, 1`�S_ ( S' /2, REPRESENTING:9 C�1 r "(,r 1;0 (.(,q -Ofq. '' � y __/ ' 1 BUSINESS ADDRESS: �1-",'t RCTC 7/99 TEL. NO:: Iry (6) v' /tr.( RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MINUTES December 13, 2000 1. CALL TO ORDER Chairman Tom Mullen called the meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission to order at 9:05 a.m. at the University of California, Chancellor's Conference Room, 1201 University Avenue, Riverside, California 92507. The Chair welcomed the newly appointed Commissioners to RCTC. 2. ROLL CALL Commissioners/Alternates Present Commissioners Absent Daryl Busch Bob Buster Percy L. Byrd Juan M. DeLara * Frank Hall John Hunt Dick Kelly William G. Kleindienst Stan Lisiewicz Ameal Moore Tom Mullen Kevin W. Pape John J. Pena Gregory S. Pettis Robin ReeserLowe Ron Roberts Janice Rudman Greg Ruppert Gregory V. Schook Phil Stack John F. Tavaglione Al "Bill" Trembly Placid° Valdivia James A. Venable Frank West Patrick Williams Mike Wilson Roy Wilson * Arrived after start of meeting. Robert Crain Jack F. van Haaster RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 2 3. PRESENTATIONS On behalf of the Commission, Chairman Mullen and Commissioner Jim Venable presented a plaque to Eugene Bourbonnais in recognition of the service served as a member of the of the Commission. The Commission also had plaques for Andrea Puga and John Clebnik and it will be forwarded to them. Commissioner Bourbonnais expressed his sincere appreciation for the time spent as a member of the Commission. He added that he is available to speak on behalf of the Commission on the need to extend the measure. 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS Garry Grant, Meadowbrook, expressed his concern that by not including the Van Buren alignment in CETAP may impact Route 74. 5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES MISIC [Kleindienst/Hunt] to approve the minutes of the December 13, 2000 meeting. Abstain: Byrd, Rudman, Trembly, Valdivia 6. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS. None. 7. PUBLIC HEARINGS 7A. ROUTE 74 FINDING OF NECESSITY AND APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 00-020 "RESOLUTION OF NECESSITY TO ACQUIRE FEE AND EASEMENT INTERESTS IN CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, BY EMINENT DOMAIN, IS NECESSARY FOR THE REALIGNMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF STATE ROUTE 74, BETWEEN DEXTER AVENUE TO WASSON CANYON ROAD (SEGMENT 1r At this time, Chairman Mullen opened the public hearing. Steve DeBaun, Legal Counsel, The purpose of this item is for the Commission to conduct a hearing to consider approval of the proposed Resolution of Necessity, make the findings that the public interest and necessity require the proposed project, the project is planned or located in a manner that will be most compatible with the greatest public good and the least private injury, the fee and easement RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 3 interests to be acquired are necessary for the project; and, the offers of just compensation have been made to the property owners. Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director, briefly described the project. He indicated that the staff report describing the project and the required findings, which is a part of the record, was provided to each Commissioner prior to the hearing. This is a realignment project from Dexter Avenue in Lake Elsinore to 7"' Street in Perris and will be constructed in two segments, There is time constraints on the project because the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in their biological opinion for the project, required that gnatcatcher habitat within the proposed right-of-way be removed outside of the gnatcatcher breeding season, which is March 15 to August 31, to avoid disruption of its breeding and nesting activities. The offers for the parcels requiring vegetation removal were approved by the Commission at its November 8, 2000 meeting. Hideo Sugita continued and said that the County of Riverside Real Property Department is under contract to the Commission as its right-of-way agent for this project. RCTC's offers for just compensation for the purchase of the 41 parcels and its offer to purchase the parcels for an amount not less than the approved appraisal of the fair market value of the properties were mailed to the property owners, as required by law. In response to Commissioner Bob Buster's question as to whether any of the property needed was improved, Hideo Sugita stated that the property needed was clear land. Naty Kopenhaver, Clerk of the Board, informed the Commission that proofs of mailing to property owners for the notice of hearing are available and on file. She stated that no written objections, protests, and requests to speak for today's public hearing were received. Hearing or seeing no one wishing to present testimony, the public hearing was closed by Chairman Mullen. MISIC (Pape/Williams) to: 1) Make the following findings as hereinafter described in the staff report: lit The public interest and necessity require the proposed project. (ii) The project is planned or located in a manner that will be most compatible with the greatest public good and the least private injury. RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 4 OM The fee and easement interests to be acquired are necessary for the project. (iv The offers of just compensation have been made to the property owners. 4. Resolution No. 00-020, a Resolution of Necessity of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Declaring That The Acquisition of Fee And Easement Interests in Certain Real Property Located in Riverside County, California, More Particularly Described as APNS 347-100-004, 347-100-009 & 010, 347-110-001, 347-110-003, 347-110-008, 347-110-033, 347-110-052, 347-110-058, 347-110-061, 347-110-068, 347-120-016, 017 & 021, 347-130-016, 349-050-027, 349-050-028, 349-060-009, 349-090-007, 349-090-008, 349-090-13, 349-090-014, 349-100-001, 349-100-005, 377-020-008 & 377-040-013 (Project Parcel Nos. 13483-1, 13483-2, 13491-1, 13521-1, 13521-2, 13521-3, 13521-4, 13521-5, 13522-1, 13522-2, 13523-1, 13523-2, 13523-3, 13523-4, 13525-1, 13525-2, 13543-1, 13544-1, 13545-1, 13548-1, 13550-1, 13552-1, 13553-1, 13554-1, 13557-1, 13558-1, 13559-1, 13579-1, 13579-2, 13581-1, 13581-2, 13582-1, 13592-1, 13598-1, 13598-2, 13599-1, 13599-2, 13600-1, 13601-1, 13605-1 and 13606-1), by Eminent Domain Is Necessary for the Realignment and Improvement of State Route 74 Between Dexter Avenue to Wasson Canyon Road (Segment 1). 7B. AMEND APPENDIX OF THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE AND APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 00-019, 'RESOLUTION OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AMENDING THE APPENDIX OF THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE PURSUANT TO THE POLITICAL REFORM ACT OF 1974" Chairman Mullen opened the public hearing, and hearing or seeing no one wishing to present testimony, the public hearing was closed. MISIC (Tavaglione/Stack) amend RCTC`s Conflict of Interest Code adding the Public Information Officer and Property Agent to the list of designated employees and approve Resolution No. 00-019, 'Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Amending the Appendix of the Conflict of Interest Code Pursuant to the Political Reform Act of 1974" RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 5 5. CONSENT CALENDAR - All matters on the Consent Calendar will be approved in a single motion unless a Commissioneris} requests separate action on specific itemisi. Items pulled from the Consent Calendar will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda. MISIC IHuntlKleindienst} to approve the following Consent Calendar items with the exception of Agenda Item 8F, "Approve Caltrans Cooperative Agreement for the PS&E Design of the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project from Tyler Street to Jane Street' 8A. CONTRACTS COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT Receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending October 31, 2000. 8B. SINGLE SIGNATURE AUTHORITY REPORT Receive and file the Single Signature Authority Report for the months of September and October 2000. 8C. QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT Receive and file the Investment Report for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. 8D. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Receive and file the Financial Statements for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. 8E. QUARTERLY CALL BOX UPDATE Receive and file the operational statistics for the Riverside County Motorist Aid Call Box System for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. 8G. AUTHORIZATION TO BID LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE FOR SOUND WALLS NO. 110, 121, AND 161 Authorize staff to advertise for construction bids for landscaping of Sound Walls No. 110, 121, and 161 on Route 91 from Jackson Street to Jefferson Street in the City of Riverside. RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 6 8H. AUTHORIZATION TO BID VEGETATION REMOVAL CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE FOR STATE ROUTE 74 REALIGNMENT Authorize staff to advertise for construction bids to remove vegetation along State Route 74. 81. APPROVE CALTRANS' PROGRAM SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENTS NO. M006 FOR THE PEDLEY METROLINK STATION CCTV SYSTEM AND M007 FOR THE SANTA FE DEPOT RESTORATION PROJECT Approve Caltrans' Program Supplement No's. M006 for the Construction of Security Enhancements for the Pedley Station and M007 for the Santa Fe Depot Restoration Project to Agency -State Agreement No. 08-054. 8J. APPROVE SELECTION PROCESS TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES RELATED TO THE SAN JACINTO BRANCH LINE IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY BETWEEN THE CITIES OF RIVERSIDE AND PERRIS 1) Approve the results of the selection process to provide the Commission Engineering Services Related to the San Jacinto Branch Line between the Cities of Riverside and Perris; 2) Direct staff to negotiate the scope, schedule and cost with the top ranked firm to perform the required services of negotiations fail with the top ranked firm, staff is authorized to go to the next firm on the list to negotiate a contract to perform the services); and, 3) Direct staff to bring back an authorization to award a contract to the firm with which negotiations are successful. 8K. CALL BOX UPGRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND COMARCO WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 1) Enter into an agreement between the Riverside County Transportation Commission and Comarco Wireless Technologies to upgrade the call box system in Riverside County; 2) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission; and, 3) Accept Comarco's offer to reduce the first year maintenance costs by $30,341 .25 and direct staff to incorporate the cost savings in the Comarco System Upgrade Agreement. RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 7 8L. APPROVAL OF THE FEASIBILITY STUDY REPORT FOR THE NORTH/SOUTH CORRIDORS BETWEEN I-10 AND SR-60 BETWEEN 1-15 AND 1-215 1) Receive and file the Feasibility Study Report for the North/South Corridors between I-10 and SR-60 between 1-15 and 1-215 per Contract No, RO-9936; and, 2) Approve the recommendations contained in the report. 8M. METROLINK 2000 ONBOARD SURVEY PRELIMINARY RESULTS Receive and file the presentation on the Metrolink 2000 Onboard Survey as an information item. 8N. RAIL PROGRAM UPDATE Receive and file the Rail Program Update as an information item. 80. CONSULTANT SELECTION FOR THE PERFORMANCE AUDITS OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSIT OPERATORS Enter into a contract with O'Melia Consulting to conduct the Performance Audits of the Riverside County Transportation Commission and the Riverside County Transit Operators in an amount not to exceed $70,000, pursuant to Legal Counsel review using the standard contract. 8P. REALLOCATE LOCAL TRANSPORTATION FUNDS AND AMEND SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY'S SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLAN FOR FY 00/01 To: 1) Reprogram $680,000 in Local Transportation Funds originally identified for the purchase of two expansion buses. $346,000 of the reprogrammed funds will be used for bus maintenance and modifications to their maintenance facility, with the balance of $334,000 set aside as capital reserves; and, 2) Amend SunLine Transit Agency's Short Range Transit Plan for FY 00/01. 8Q. REQUEST FROM ANZA VALLEY TRANSPORTATION TO PURCHASE NEW WHEELCHAIR LIFT EQUIPPED VEHICLE To approve: 1) Reallocation of Measure "A" Specialized Transit funds in the total amount of $16,916 ($10,212 from FY 98/99 and $6,704 from FY 99/00) for the purchase of a new wheelchair lift equipped vehicle; 2)Re-designate Measure "A" Specialized Transit funds in the total amount of $13,820 ($6,500 from FY 00/01 and $7,320 from FY 01 /02); and, 3) Direct Anza Valley Transportation to secure a minimum of three bids for the purchase of a vehicle (including one through the RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 8 Riverside Transit Agency's procurement process or through Caltrans' Section 5310 Program). 8R. RE -BID OF SMART CALL BOX INSTALLATIONS AND ENHANCED TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTER SITES To re -bid the Request for Proposals/Bid Package for the installation of Smart Call Boxes and Caltrans Traffic Management Center Sites for the purpose of including updated federal provisions. 8S. 2001 RCTC COMMISSION/COMMITTEE CALENDAR Receive and file the schedule of Commission and Committee meetings for the year 2001. 8T. AMENDMENT OF RCTC's ADMINISTRATIVE CODE, ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 00-002, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION ADMINISTRATIVE CODE" Adopt Ordinance No. 00-002, "An Ordinance Amending the Riverside County Transportation Commission Administrative" to incorporate the changes approved by the Commission to add a 2nd Vice Chair to its officers and to hold the election of officers in December, with the changes to take effect on January 1. 6. RCTC'S ALAMEDA CORRIDOR -EAST (ACE) GRADE CROSSING PRIORITY LIST Stephanie Wiggins, Program Manager, informed the Commission that the Governor's Transportation Congestion Relief Plan allocated $273 billion for grade separation for the Alameda Corridor -East did not include Riverside County in the allocation. However, Riverside County was included in the amended legislation as a participant in the Corridor Plan, thus, resulting in the expansion of the geographic area of the trade corridor into Riverside County and a prioritized list of grade crossings along the UP Los Angeles Subdivision, UP Yuma Main, and BNSF San Bernardino Subdivision must be developed. Staff requested the jurisdictions (cities of Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Coachella, Corona, Indio and Riverside) which have at grade crossings along the three main lines to submit a grade crossing prioritization form In Riverside County, there are 59 public at - grade crossings on the Corridor that will be impacted by the projected increased in train traffic within the next few years. Parsons Brinckerhoff facilitated the development of the list. The list in the packet is the first attempt and may be revised over the next few weeks. She mentioned that one change being proposed is for Jurupa Road grade separation tol be moved up to Tier I. This list will allow RCTC to effectively deliberate at the table with the other three county partners, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Bernardino.. A draft report of the corridor plan will be forwarded to the Commission in RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 9 April and the final plan will be approved by the California Transportation Commission in July. The report will be used by the State to assist in funding and reauthorization of TEA 21, which is staff's goal in this effort. By developing a prioritized list that represents the needs of Riverside County, will provide the opportunity to be on an equal footing with the three county neighbors in the development of the trade corridor fund. Chairman Mullen was concerned that moving Jurupa Road to Tier I will not appropriately compete comparatively, using the present formula, because it is in a rural area. Commissioner Tavaglione understood Chairman Mullen's concern regarding Jurupa Road, but the problem is its proximity to Van Buren Boulevard and the number of cars that cross that road each day. There is no stacking area, as Van Buren Boulevard traffic continues to increase, there is no place for cars to back up. It is a very serious safety issue that needs to be addressed. In addition, three roads converge at the railroad tracks. In response to Commissioner Buster's question on what the estimated cost to fund the first two tiers with the average cost of a grade separation at about $15 million, Eric Haley, Executive Director, estimated that the top two tiers would cost between $300-$400 million. That is probably outside the limits of what RCTC would receive if the federal government were to allocate about a $2 billion program for Southern California. J.D. Douglas, Parsons Brinckerhoff, clarified that data was received late in the process and after the table was created for RCTC so there were some blank areas in the table contained in the agenda packet. The table is currently being updated and the data is being incorporated. Commissioner Tavaglione asked if J.D. Douglas assist with the Jurupa Road as the issue is not just free flow of train traffic. There is a spur that heads off at Jurupa Road and goes off into the Ague Mansa Enterprise Zone which has just been expanded and will continue to grow. There is also an issue of the Ford Distribution Facility around Etiwanda and Magnolia with the large trains. J.D. Douglas stated that County staff pointed out during the course of reviewing the analysis that the delay calculations over those three crossings along Van Buren, did not reflect the fact that the traffic on those three streets delayed as well as the traffic and Van Buren due to all red flashing of the singles at those locations. Traffic volumes have been obtained on Van Buren and estimated delays will be factored and expected that the Jurupa Crossing will show sufficient delay due to the Van Buren traffic. Chairman Mullen asked if that was also the case on Magnolia Avenue in the City of Riverside and continuing on to Merrill, Brockton and Streeter. RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 10 Commissioner Ameal Moore added that the City has been dealing with the train noise problem as long as he has been on the City Council. The City continues to receive many calls regarding the noise problem because of the number of whistles required to come through the city. In addition, the diesel fumes is a major problem. If that is going to be used as a criteria, that crossing would be in the number one category instead of being listed as second. In response to Commissioner Greg Schook as to how the noise problem was use as a determining factor for developing the list, J.D. Douglas replied that the RCTC Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) felt that the environmental noise factor was one of the important issues. Because of the timing, it was essential that Riverside County develop their priority list because the other three counties have already done so. Eric Haley explained that the Commission's TAC is comprised of the Public Works Directors, or in some cases City Managers. The Commission, as an active participant in the region, would be lobbying the federal government for major funds, truck lanes, interchange improvements, and a number of goods movement related investments, not just for grade separations. This item will come back to the Commission when the lobbying takes place and this will be reviewed further. Commissioner Tavaglione asked if the TAC signed off on moving Jurupa to Tier 1 and J.D. Douglas replied that the committee heard the county's request that additional delay be considered and there were no dissensions. Commissioner Robin Lowe informed the Commission that Jurupa Road was not discussed by the Plans and Programs Committee. Chairman Mullen explained that about 80% of train traffic out of the Alameda Corridor to the rest of the country passes through Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. In this way, the Inland Empire is adversely impacted. Eric Haley added that the State has asked the region, those within the Alameda Corridor East, to look at the entire system and come up with a package. Staff's goal is to make sure that Riverside County's interests are adequately represented within that. As a region, we will be lobbying for these projects this spring. MIS (Tavaglione/Hall) approve the RCTC Alameda Corridor -East Grade Crossing Priority List presented by Parsons Brinckerhoff, including moving Jurupa Road to Tier 1. M/SIC (Mullen/Moore) to approve the RCTC Alameda Corridor -East Grade Crossing Priority List, as presented (not moving Jurupa Road to Tier I). RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 11 Ayes: 21 Nays: 6 7. AUTHORIZE AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO CONTRACT NO. RO-9861 TO SUPPORT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE ROUTE 91, MAGNOLIA AVENUE TO MARY STREET AUXILIARY LANE PROJECT, AND PHASE II SOUND WALL #36 MISIC (Hunt/Williams) to: 1) Approve Amendment No. 2 to Contract No. RO-9861, with URS Corporation, for additional engineering design services and construction support services required to support design and construction of the Route 91, Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street Auxiliary Lane Project, and the new Phase II Sound Wall #36, for an additional Base Work of $383,728 and additional Extra Work of $41,272 for a total Amendment value of $ 425,000; and, 2) Authorize the Chairman to execute the amendment on behalf of the Commission, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, using the standard amendment format. 8. AMENDMENT #1 TO CONTRACT NO. RO-2027 FOR THE PROPOSED NEW METROLINK COMMUTER RAIL STATION IN DOWNTOWN CORONA NEAR MAIN STREET AND ROUTE 91 MISIC (Hunt/Williams) to: 1 j Concur with the station concept and staging plan for the proposed new Metrolink Commuter Rail Station in Downtown Corona near Main Street and Route 91; 2) Approve Amendment #1 to Contract No. RO-2027 to Daniel, Mann, Johnson, & Mendenhall (DMJM) to provide final Plans, Specifications, and Estimate (PS&E) Design Services, and environmental clearance for the proposed new Metrolink Commuter Rail Station, for a base amount of $625,000, with an extra work contingency of $75,000, for a total not to exceed Contract value of $700,000; and, 3) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the Contract on behalf of the Commission. 9. ITEMS PULLED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR AGENDA 8F. APPROVE CALTRANS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR THE FINAL PS&E DESIGN OF THE ROUTE 91 AUXILIARY LANE PROJECT FROM TYLER STREET TO JANE STREET Eric Haley asked Commissioner Stan Lisiewicz to inform the Commission on how Proposition 35 which allows more liberal contracting out opportunities for Ca!trans and local transportation entities will be implemented. Commissioner Lisiewicz stated that projects estimated between $4.5-$36 million per year will be contracted out. He acknowledged the efforts of Garry Cohoe as being instrumental in negotiating with staff. RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 12 M/S/C (Mullen/Venable) to: 1 j Approve the Cooperative Agreement with Ca!trans for RCTC to provide the final PS&E Design for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project from Tyler Street to Jane Street in the City of Riverside; and, 2) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the Cooperative Agreement on behalf of the Commission. 10. COMMISSIONERS/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REPORT A. California Transportation Commission Meeting/Tour/Reception Chairman Mullen noted Vice Chairman Kleindienst's outstanding job as master of ceremonies at the reception for CTC Commissioner Bob Wolf and also staff for coordinating the activities. Commissioner Lowe added that it was a tribute to Riverside County and she believed that the CTC Commission now understands how important local representation is to this County and how much Bob Wolf is thought of. Eric Haley provided details of coordinated activities for the CTC and for the reception. The helicopter tour showed a clear view of the area's issues as it relates to the goods movement, the need to construct the 91 /215/60 interchange and the commuter traffic coming east at 5:00 p.m. At the CTC meeting, the following day, Commissioner Wolf was successful in adding an additional $3.25 million into the immediate commitment from the State. Route 60, which was the Commission's highest priority in 1996 after Measure "A", 1-15 to Valley Boulevard is now 92To funded by the State. B. Status of Projects Eric Haley said that RCTC put a package together in about ninety days time on the interchange. Route 74 is moving forward and is ahead of schedule. CETAP has received additional allocation. Two new train stations are on line. The rail program in the Hemet/San Jacinto line is moving forward. Industrial development on 1-215 is moving forward. Route 60 truck climbing lane is under construction. Route 79 realignment work is moving fast. Route 86 is on schedule and moving forward towards completion which has been an the top priority of Riverside County for over 25 years. Chairman Mullen stated that the challenges ahead are overwhelming with CETAP, the integration process of CETAP and multi -species habitat conservation plan and all of the general plans moving forward. The other issue that RCTC is looking at is the extension of Measure "A". The polls which will be completed in the next RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 13 few weeks will be completed and the Commission will need to review them to determine how aggressively the Measure "A" extension should move forward. At this time, Vice Chairman Kleindienst commented that Chairman Mullen has been an aggressive, creative leader the entire year. 14. ELECTION OF OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES TO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Chairman Mullen informed the Commission that the Board of Supervisors took action last week to recommend to the Commission that County's representatives to the RCTC Executive Committee be Commissioners Buster, Venable and Wilson. The County also nominated Commissioner Tavaglione for the Vice Chairman position. MISIC (Kelly/Hunt) nominated Will Kleindienst as Chairman. The Commission unanimously elected Will Kleindienst as its Chairman for 2001. M/SC (Mullen/Hunt) nominated John Tavaglione as Vice Chairman. The Commission unanimously elected John Tavaglione as Vice Chairman. MIS (Ruppert/Byrd) nominate Robin Lowe as 2' Vice Chairman. MIS (Pettis/Trembly) nominate Ron Roberts as 2"d Vice Chairman. At this time, discussion was held as to the election for the 2"d Vice Chairman. Suggestions were made such as that since this position will be held by a city representative that the county withhold from voting for this position, and for geographical representation, this position be held by a western county representative that the Coachella Valley representatives withhold from voting for this position. Based on discussions and that it appeared that the selection of a 2`d Vice Chairman was developing in a negative fashion, Commissioner Lowe withdrew her name from nomination for the 2nd Vice Chairman position. The nominators accepted her withdrawal. The Commission unanimously elected Ron Roberts as its 2nd Vice Chairman. At this time, the Commission took a brief recess in order for the Commissioners representing the cities from the Coachella Valley and Mid -Valley areas to select their representative to the Executive Committee. The meeting reconvened and it was announced that the following were selected as members of the Executive Committee: Dick Kelly - Coachella Valley area, Robin Lowe - Mid Valley area. RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 14 At 1 1:00 a.m., Steve DeBaun announced the Closed Session item and the Commission adjourned to Closed Session. 15. CLOSED SESSION Conference with Real Property Negotiator Pursuant to Section 54946.8 Negotiating Parties: Commission: Executive Director or Designee Property Owners: See following list for property owners. SR 74 Right of Way Acquisitions No. APN GRANTOR 1 377-030-014 Gateway Commercial 87, Gen. Part. 2 377-020-017 Nielson Trust c/o Rod Nielson 3 377-020-016 Nielson Trust clo Rod Nielson 4 377-020-021 Billy J. Van Meter, et. al. 5 377-020-022 Billy J. Van Meter, et. al. 6 377-020-005 William G. & Roselyn J. Hall 7 377-404-001 Randy J. Dugan, et. ux. 8 377-372-026 James & Ofelia McCall 9 377-372-025 James & Ofella McCall 10 377-372-013 E.V.M.W.D. 11 377-372-029 Rollin & Opal Forsyth 12 377-372-031 Rollin & Opal Forsyth 13 377-372-030 Peter & Vaso Lembesis 14 377-392-005 Eliseo R. Rojas 15 377-392-009 Burnham K. Drake 16 377-391-001 William T. Gaffey 17 377-373-008 White Rock Acquisition 18 347-120-020 White Rock Acquisition 19 347-130-018 Bill E. & Rae Jean Long 20 347-130-019 Sandra N. Sandor, a Widow 21 347-130-009 Vlasio S. Andrews, et. al. 22 347-130-022 Henry M. Rowell, et. al. 23 347-090-028 Richard Huffman, et. ux. 24 347-090-027 Edward A. Feser, et. ux 25 347-090-029 Crater Acres, Ltd. 26 347-100-002 Crater Acres, Ltd. 27 347-100-016 North Peak Partners, L.P. 28 347-110-004 North Peak Partners, L.P. RCTC Meeting Minutes December 13, 2000 Page 15 29 347-110-053 Johnnie Williams, et. ux. 30 347-1 10-046 Moises F. Pabon, Sr., et. ux. 31 349-400-001 Frank Anzaldi, et. al. 32 349-060-019 J. Kirk Harns 33 349-060-018 J. Kirk Harns 34 349-060-010 Mark A. Ditmer 35 349-060-025 Morris M. Ewing, et. ux. 36 349-060-012 George V. & Ekaterini A. Andrews, et. al. 37 349-060-013 George V. & Ekaterini A. Andrews, et. al. 38 349-060-014 Pat Gilboy 39 349-060-015 Leona Jackson 40 349-060-020 J. Kirk Harns 41 349-060-029 Kimber L. Lawson 42 349-060-024 Patricia K. Johnson 43 349-060-022 Patricia K. Johnson 44 349-060-008 E.V.M.W.D. 45 349-050-025 James A. & Estela L. Gonzales 46 349-050-026 Jean & Nichole Yvonne Daum 47 347-100-003 Theodore L. Gamst, et. ux. 48 349-050-064 Lamar Raul Gi!land 49 349-050-063 Jean L. Burbidge 50 349-050-028 Richard A. Thatcher, Jr. The Commission reconvened at 11 :10 a.m. Steve DeBaun announced that there was no reportable action for the Closed Session. 16. ADJOURNMENT With no other items to be discussed by the Commission, Chairman Mullen adjourned the meeting at 1 1 :15 a.m. The next Commission meeting is scheduled to be held at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 10, 2001, at the University of California Chancellor's Conference Room, 1201 University Avenue, #207, Riverside, California. Respectfully submitted, -6\, Naty K enhav)-*" Clerk of the Board RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION COMMISSION MEETING DATE: ,%j24 3/DD SIGN -IN SHEET NAME 04447b 'N-e"ryk."4 ke Rb c) ; 1 so, �GPse rho L. VAL (V1 v_. CA.“ b re gapper7 N„64.1/c.1 ,CPA .-2? 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(96i )7.36 ) z125-' Noon --1-6-/ - w a s /743 (96i) 396 - 269e / (909) s 96 cjo9-73e - Ira �aq 789-352.16" (2127)9n-o-,tl3'[v, 9e14b (169Y6-�- 5124 1eyti)3S;-79� 6e/-00e)/ / / RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 10, 2001 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Ivan M. Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission receive and file the Commission's comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR) for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2000. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Enclosed in the Commission's agenda packet is the CAFR for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2000. Staff prepares this report on annual basis for submission to the Government Finance Officers Association and distribution to the rating agencies and other financial institutions. Rating agencies and other financial institutions use this report to evaluate the Commission's financial operation and financial data. The CAFR contains information regarding the overall financial operation of the Commission, the financial statements and statistics that provide a history of the Commission's financial condition. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 10, 2001 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Manager Louie Martin, Bechtel Project Controls THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Contracts Cost and Schedule Report STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending November 30, 2000. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The attached material depicts the current costs and schedule status of contracts reported by routes, commitments, and cooperative agreements executed by the Commission. For each contract and agreement, the report lists the authorized value approved by the Commission, percentage of contract amount expended to date, and the project expenditures by route with status for the month ending November 30, 2000. 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L 1N3W11W1N00 iSNIVONI 31V0'OL 9NIaNVisif10 NVO1 .V. 31inswavu 030N3 NINON 03A0FIddV 3ONV1V9 NVOI % ONIONVIS1110 11)101 LlOd 34111110N3dX3 N011d1110S30 103COlfd 103road A8 laOd3k1Japans S103f0k1d SOVOl1'$ S13311iS 1V0011JVA6HOlH „V,. 3l1f1SV31/0 013W RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 10, 2001 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Commissioner Phil Stack SUBJECT: Citizens Advisory Committee/Social Services Transportation Advisory Committee STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission appoint the list of candidates and their terms to the Citizens Advisory Committee/Social Services Transportation Advisory Committee (CACISSTAC). BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At the July 12, 2000 Commission meeting, Vice Chairman Will Kleindienst appointed an Ad Hoc Subcommittee, consisting of Commissioners Phil Stack, Jim Venable, and Andrea Puga to restructure the Citizens Advisory Committee/Social Service Transportation Advisory Council. The Ad Hoc Committee met on August 16, 2000 to review the Commission's statutory requirements and to determine the types of issues that the CAC/SSTAC should address and make recommendations to the Commission. In September, the Ad Hoc Committee presented, and the Commission approved, the following recommendations: 1) Refocus the Citizens Advisory Committee/Social Service Transportation Advisory Council (CACISSTAC) from operational transit issues to a broader based, policy oriented committee; 2) Terminate existing membership of the CACISSTAC; 3) Request Commissioners to submit names and completed application forms of potential candidates to the Ad Hoc Sub Committee for review and recommendation; 4) Establish membership of the CACISSTAC at 15 members; 51 Direct staff to prepare letters of appreciation to members of the CACISSTAC. Letters will be signed by the RCTC Chairman; and, 6) Direct legal counsel to amend the by- laws of the CACISSTAC and RCTC's administrative by-laws to reflect these changes. The Ad Hoc Committee determined that nominations of candidates for the new CACISSTAC be sought from Commissioners and they directed staff to forward applications and to encourage former CACISSTAC to apply. The following list of candidates, including the membership criteria that the candidate will fill, terms and qualifications are as follows: Name/Area Represented Categorical Membership Term Date Nominated By Qualifications Jim Collins Indio Potential transit user who is 60 years of age or older. 2 Expires 1 /03 Commissioner Roy Wilson Previous CAC / SSTAC member Peter Benavidez Riverside Potential transit user who is disabled. 2 Expires 1 /03 Previous CAC / SSTAC member. Previous CAC / SSTAC member William Densmore Riverside County Social service provider for senior citizens / disabled / limited means. 2 Expires 1 /03 Previous CAC / SSTAC member. Previous CAC / SSTAC member Judylynn Gries Riverside Social service transportation provider for disabled. 1 Expires 1 /02 Previous CAC / SSTAC member. Previous CAC / SSTAC member Judy Nieburger Moreno Valley Social service provider for senior citizens/disabled. 3 Expires 1 /04 Commissioner Tom Mullen Past RCTC and Metrolink member Fortunato Penilla Riverside County Social service provider for disabled. 3 Expires 1 /04 Previous CAC / SSTAC member Previous CAC / SSTAC member Sherry Thibodeaux Riverside Social service provider for persons of limited means. 1 Expires 1 /02 Learned of opening through attendance of CAC meetings. Interested in transit issues. Works for the Community Access Center. Hosts support groups for women with disabilities and domestic violence cases. Mike Wertz La Quinta Social service provider for persons of limited means and disabled transit user. 1 Expires 1 /02 Learned of opening through attendance of SunLine ACCESS mtgs. Branch manager of Living Center for 6 '/z years and is a member of SunLine's Access Committee. Cindy Scheirer Pedley Community member. 2 Expires 1 /03 Commissioner John Tavaglione Involved in community issues and has attended Transportation Now meetings. Andrea Puga Corona Community member. 1 Expires 1 /02 Commissioner John Hunt Past member of RCTC, RTA and Metrolink. Pat Murphy Cathedral City Membership from business community. 2 Expires 1 /03 Supervisor Roy Wilson Has vast experience dealing with transportation issues in the region, past member of RCTC, past President of League of Cities. Chris Millen Banning Social service transportation provider for the disabled / limited means. 3 Expires 1 /04 Heard about the CAC opening. Works for the City of Banning transit service, participated in the Pass Area Transit Study. Sunline Apptment Coachella Valley Mary Sampson Western Riverside Consolidated Transportation Service Agency 3 Expires 1 /04 3 Expires 1 /04 SunLine Transit Agency staff. Riverside Transit Agency staff. ATTACHMENT I MEMBERSHIP CRITERIA According to Section 99238 of the Transportation Development Act, membership for the Social Service Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC) must consist of the following members: 1) One (1) representative of potential transit users who is 60 years of age or older; 2) One (1) representative of potential transit users who is handicapped; 3) Two (2) representatives of the local social service providers for seniors, including one representative of a social service transportation provider, if one exists; 4) Two (2) representatives of local social service providers for the handicapped, including one representative of a social service transportation provider, if one exists; 5) One (1) representative of a local social service provider or persons of limited means; and, 6) Two (2) representatives from the local consolidated transportation service agency. Goal is to have 15 members. Other members may be appointed. In appointing council members, RCTC should strive to attain geographic and minority representation among council members. The Ad Hoc Committee suggested soliciting memberships from business community. ATTACHMENT II DETERMINED TOPIC AREAS TO BE CONSIDERED AND DISCUSSED BY THE COMMISSION'S CITIZENS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE/SOCIAL SERVICE TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COUNCIL (CAC/SSTAC). ADDITIONAL TOPIC AREAS MAY BE ADDED BY THE COMMISSION: 1) Legislative programs/education 2) Public relations/education 3) Reauthorization of Measure "A", including polling 4) Short Range Transit Plans 5) Overview and exposure to RCTC's programs and projects 6) Unmet Transit Needs - Palo Verde Valley RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 10, 2001 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Naty Kopenhaver, Director of Administrative Services THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: 2001 Conferences/Workshops STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission approve: 1 } the list of 2001 Conferences/Meetings; 21 up to two Commissioners may attend a conference/workshop, as provided for in the Commission's budget and in accordance to RCTC's policy on attendance of conferences/workshops. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As was done in the past, a list of upcoming conferences/workshops is presented to the Commission for approval on an annual basis. The list consists of transportation related conferences/workshops. For information purposes, only three of the ten conferences/workshops approved by the Commission last year were attended by Commissioners. For 2001, staff is proposing approval of the following conferences/workshops: • . . • . • Commuter Rail Conference, March 31-April 4, Seattle, WA Legislative Conference, March 11-14, Washington, DC* Rail Transit Conference, June 10-14, Boston, MA* APTA Annual Meeting, Sept 30-Oct 4, Philadephia, PA Railvolution, October, Location Not Known UCLA Symposium, Est 3`d Wk of Oct, Lake Arrowhead, CA Focus on the Future Conference, October, Location Not Known *Dates conflict with RCTC scheduled meeting. Note that there may be additional conferences/workshops known at this time. It is proposed that the RCTC Chair be authorized to approve attendance of Commissioners to such conferences/meetings. If a Commissioner is interested in attending a conference/workshop, it is proposed that staff be contacted as soon as it is possible in order to obtain the best possible rates for airfare, lodging and possible discounts for early registrations. Attached to the staff memorandum is the Commission's Attendance Policy. RCTC CONFERENCE/WORKSHOP ATTENDANCE POLICY 1 . Each fiscal year, a list of upcoming conferences/workshops will be presented to the Commission. The Commission will determine participation to the conferences/workshops and the number of Commissioners to attend. 2. For conference/workshop not previously approved, Commissioners must obtain the Chairperson's approval. 3. On those occasions when there are more Commissioners expressing interest in attending a conference/workshop than the number of participants approved by the Commission, the following may occur: 1 . A Commission member may determine to withdraw their request. 2. The Chairperson may direct staff to agendize the item and budget amendment for Commission approval. 4. A Commissioner, after committing to attend a conference/workshop and is unable to attend, must make every effort to have another Commissioner to attend. The Commissioner unable to find a replacement to attend the conference/workshop, will be responsible for reimbursing the Commission for costs incurred prior to notification. 5. Commissioner(s) attending a conference/workshop must present an oral or written report at the next Commission meeting. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 10, 2001 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: CETAP Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission receive and file the CETAP update. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Internal Corridors: Work is progressing on the two intra-county CETAP corridors (Banning/Beaumont to Temecula -Winchester to Temecula study area, and Hemet to Corona/Lake Elsinore). At their December 19'h meeting, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors concurred with the RCTC's recommendations on the alternatives to carry forward into the CEQA/NEPA process. On December 22nd, the necessary materials were submitted to Caltrans and the NEPA/404 signatory agencies for concurrence on the CETAP corridors Purpose and Need Statements, Evaluation Criteria and initial Alternatives. Inter -County Corridors: The Orange County Transportation Authority has still not formally agreed to be a funding partner in the Riverside County -Orange County corridor work. They have expressed interest in CETAP and acknowledge the importance of working together to solve our regional transportation issues. OCTA is in the process of developing a short- term action plan in order to frame local concerns. Upon completion, which is expected in April, a determination on their funding contribution will be made. The OCTA Board has made a commitment to continue to work with RCTC during this process. We have made presentations to two of their Measure M Growth Management Area Groups to inform them of our plans. Additionally, we recently had a meeting with the District Ranger from the Cleveland National Forest to provide an update on our project. For the Moreno Valley to San Bernardino County corridor, a second policy meeting is scheduled for January 10th. Information will be shared regarding traffic flow, anticipated growth in the area, etc. A staff level Technical Advisory Committee was also instituted for this corridor to support planning efforts. The SANBAG Board of Directors at their December meeting, conceptually approved $500,000 in funding support for this corridor to be split between SANBAG and the San Bernardino County jurisdictions within the study area and directly affected by the study. The formula has been developed by SANBAG and they are working to seek support with affected jurisdictions. Transit integration: At the Board of Supervisors' December 19th meeting, approval was also given to expand the scope of work to develop a strategy for a transit program, organized around the Transit Oasis Concept, that can be implemented in western Riverside County over a 30 year period on a phased basis. The strategy will identify the general transit alignments for express services, probable locations for transit oases, a phasing strategy, and possible early implementation components which will be consistent with the RTA's Ten Year Strategic Plan. All work efforts will also be coordinated with the General Plan, CETAP Corridors and MSHCP. The strategy will identify the sequence of steps, agency responsibilities, and approximate funding levels for implementation of the program over time. The Commission should expect to see presentations on the Transit Oasis Concept in the next few months. Funding: We were successful in receiving $939,500 in federal funds from the Transportation and Community and System Preservation Program. Additionally, we have been informed we will be receiving $532,000 in State Planning and Research funds. The WRCOG has been a big help in our efforts to secure funding contributions from the western county cities. On December 4, 2000, the WRCOG Executive Committee unanimously endorsed a proposal for cities to provide a $1 per capita contribution for CETAP. Assuming all cities agree to contribute, we can expect over $800,000 to support CETAP. Presented below are our funding commitments to date: AGENCY TYPE OF FUNDS FY 1999 FY 2000 FY 2001 TOTAL RCTC State Transp Improvement Funds $750,000 $500,000 $1,250,000 $2,500,000 County Local Comprehensive Trans Funds $100,000 $200,000 $300,000 SCAG Federal Overall Work Program $280,000 $500,000 $500,000 $1,280,000 DOT TCSP Appropriation $435,500 $939,500 $1,375,000 Ca!trans State Planning Funds $350,000 $532,000 $882,000 SANBAG* San Bernardino Co. Contributions $500,000 $500,000 TOTAL FUNDS COMMITTED $1,130,000 $1,785,500 $3,921,500 $6,837,000 TOTAL FUNDS REQUIRED $12,334,563 UNFUNDED $5,497,563 * Conceptual Approval Additional Funding Opportunities Amount Status TCSP Appropriation for FY 2002 $1,000,000 Application due 1 /31/01 State Planning Funds for FY 01102 $750,000 Will Initiate New Request Federal Overall Work Program for FY 01 /02 $1,000,000 Initiated request 12100 Western County Cities Per Capita Support ($1 per capital $800,000 Awaiting City approvals Orange County Contributions $2,450,000 Pending OCTA action TOTAL POSSIBLE NEW FUNDING $6,000,000