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12 December 13, 2000 CommissionCOMM-COMM-00104 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION www.rctc.org AGENDA' *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda 9:00 A.M. Wednesday, December 13, 2000 CHANCELLOR'S CONFERENCE ROOM University of California @ Riverside 1201 University Avenue, Room 207, Riverside 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. ROLL CALL 3. PRESENTATIONS 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS 5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 6. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS (The Commission may add an item to the Agenda after making a finding that there is a need to take immediate action on the item and that the item came to the attention of the Commission subsequent to the posting of the Agenda. An action adding an item to the Agenda requires a 2/3 vote of the Commission subsequent to the posting of the Agenda. If there are Tess than 2/3 of the Commission members present, adding an item to the Agenda requires a unanimous vote.) 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 11 " Overview To hold a public hearing to 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 1)" Riverside County Transportation Commission December 13, 2000 Page 2 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" Overview This item is to 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" 8. 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. 8A. CONTRACTS COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT Overview This item is to receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending October 31, 2000. 8B. SINGLE SIGNATURE AUTHORITY REPORT Overview This item to receive and file the Single Signature Authority Report for the months of September and October 2000. 8C. QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT Overview This item is to receive and file the Investment Report for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. 8D. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Overview This item is to receive and file the Financial Statements for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. 8E. QUARTERLY CALL BOX UPDATE Overview This item is to receive and file the operational statistics for the Riverside County Motorist Aid Call Box System for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. Riverside County Transportation Commission December 13, 2000 Page 3 8F. APPROVE CALTRANS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR THE FINAL PS&E DESIGN OF THE ROUTE 91 AUXILIARY LANE PROJECT FROM TYLER STREET TO JANE STREET Overview This item is to: 1) Approve the Cooperative Agreement with Caltrans 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. 8G. AUTHORIZATION TO BID LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE FOR SOUND WALLS NO. 110, 121, AND 161 Overview This item is to 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. 8H. AUTHORIZATION TO BID VEGETATION REMOVAL CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE FOR STATE ROUTE 74 REALIGNMENT Overview This item is to 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 Overview This item is to 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. 08-6054. 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 Overview This item is to: 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 (if 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. Riverside County Transportation Commission December 13, 2000 Page 4 8K. CALL BOX UPGRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND COMARCO WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES Overview This item is to: 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. 8L. APPROVAL OF THE FEASIBILITY STUDY REPORT FOR THE NORTH/SOUTH CORRIDORS BETWEEN 1-10 AND SR-60 BETWEEN 1-15 AND 1-215 Overview This item is to: 1) Receive and file the Feasibility Study Report for the North/South Corridors between 1-10 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 Overview This item is to receive and file the presentation on the Metrolink 2000 Onboard Survey as an information item. 8N. RAIL PROGRAM UPDATE Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to 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 O vervie w This item is to 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. Riverside County Transportation Commission December 13, 2000 Page 5 8P. REALLOCATE LOCAL TRANSPORTATION FUNDS AND AMEND SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY'S SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLAN FOR FY 00/01 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval 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. 80. REQUEST FROM ANZA VALLEY TRANSPORTATION TO PURCHASE NEW WHEELCHAIR LIFT EQUIPPED VEHICLE Overview This item is 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 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 Overview This item is to approve 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 Overview This is to receive and file the schedule of Commission and Committee meetings for the year 2001. Riverside County Transportation Commission December 13, 2000 Page 6 8T. AMENDMENT OF RCTC's ADMINISTRATIVE CODE, ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 00-02, AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION ADMINISTRATIVE CODE" Overview A change to add a 2nd Vice Chairman to its officers was approved by the Commission at its last meeting. The amended Administrative Code Ordinance No. 00-02, "An Ordinance Amending the Riverside County Transportation Commission Administrative" is presented for adoption. 9. RCTC'S ALAMEDA CORRIDOR -EAST (ACE) GRADE CROSSING PRIORITY LIST 10 MINUTES Overview This item is to approve the RCTC Alameda Corridor -East Grade Crossing Priority List presented by Parsons Brinckerhoff. 10. 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 5 MINUTES Overview This item is 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. 11. AMENDMENT #1 TO CONTRACT NO. RO-2027 FOR THE PROPOSED NEW METROLINK COMMUTER RAIL STATION IN DOWNTOWN CORONA NEAR MAIN STREET AND ROUTE 91 5 MINUTES Overview This item is to: 1) 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} Recommend the approval of 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. 12. ITEMS PULLED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR AGENDA Riverside County Transportation Commission December 13, 2000 Page 7 13. COMMISSIONERS/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REPORT 10 MINUTES Overview This item provides the opportunity for the Commissioners and the Executive Director to report on attended meetings/conferences and issues related to Commission activities. 14. ELECTION OF OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES TO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 10 MINUTES Overview Each year, the Commission shall elect its officers (Chairman, 19` Vice Chairman and 2' Vice Chairman). In accordance to the Administrative Code, this year the Chairman and the 2nd Vice Chairman must be a representative from one of the cities and the 1" Vice Chairman be a representative of the Board of Supervisors. Also, the Coachella Valley area and the Mid -Valley area shall elect their representative to the Executive Committee. 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. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 MEM 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 377-030-014 377-020-017 377-020-016 377-020-021 377-020-022 377-020-005 377-404-001 377-372-026 377-372-025 377-372-013 377-372-029 377-372-031 377-372-030 377-392-005 377-392-009 377-391-001 377-373-008 347-120-020 347-130-018 347-130-019 347-130-009 347-130-022 Gateway Commercial 87, Gen. Part. Nielson Trust c/o Rod Nielson Nielson Trust c/o Rod Nielson Billy J. Van Meter, et. al. Billy J. Van Meter, et. al. William G. & Roselyn J. Hall Randy J. Dugan, et. ux. James & Ofelia McCall James & Ofelia McCall E.V.M.W.D. Rollin & Opal Forsyth Rollin & Opal Forsyth Peter & Vaso Lembesis Eliseo R. Rojas Burnham K. Drake William T. Gaffey White Rock Acquisition White Rock Acquisition Bill E. & Rae Jean Long Sandra N. Sandor, a Widow Vlasio S. Andrews, et. al. Henry M. Rowell, et. al. 23 347-090-028 Richard Huffman, et. ux. Riverside County Transportation Commission December 13, 2000 Page 8 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. 29 347-110-053 Johnnie Williams, et. ux. 30 347-110-046 Moises F. Pabon, Sr., et. ux. 31 349-400-001 Frank Anzaldi, et. al. 32 349-060-019 J. Kirk Harris 33 349-060-018 J. Kirk Hams 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 Gilland 49 349-050-063 Jean L. Burbidge 50 349-050-028 Richard A. Thatcher, Jr. 16. ADJOURNMENT The next Commission meeting is scheduled to be held at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 10, 2001, at the University of California @ Riverside, Chancellor's Conference Room, 1201 University Avenue, Riverside, California. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MINUTES November 8, 2000 1. CALL TO ORDER Vice Chairman Will Kleindienst 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. 2. ROLL CALL Commissioners/Alternates Present Daryl Busch Bob Buster * * John M. Chlebnik * Juan M. DeLara Frank Hall John Hunt Dick Kelly William G. Kleindienst Stan Lisiewicz Ameal Moore Kevin W, Pape John J. Pena Gregory S. Pettis Robin ReeserLowe Ron Roberts Phil Stack Jack F. van Haaster James A. Venable Frank West Mike Wilson Roy Wilson Gerald Zeller * Arrived after start of meeting. Has proxy vote for Commissioners Tom Mullen and John F. Tavaglione ** Commissioners Absent Gene Bourbonnais Percy L. Byrd Robert Crain Tom Mullen Andrea Puga Greg Ruppert John Tavaglione Patrick Williams 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no comments from the public. RCTC Meeting Minutes November 8, 2000 Page 2 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (Pape/M. Wilson) to approve the minutes of the October 11, 2000 meeting. 5. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS It was noted that an addendum to Agenda Item 8, CETAP Corridors Status Report were distributed to the Commission. 6. CONSENT CALENDAR It was requested the Consent Calendar Items No. 6J, Review of 1-215 Project Cost Increase - Options; and, No. 60, Schedule Election of Officers in December be pulled from the Consent Calendar. M/S/C (Buster/van Haaster) to approve the following Consent Calendar items: 6A. CONTRACTS COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT Receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending September 30, 2000. 6B. 2000 STIP AUGMENTATION FORMULA ADJUSTMENT Approve the adjusted SB 45 formula shares for the 2000 STIP Augmentation. 6C. PROPOSED PROGRAMMING OF STATE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 2% PLANNING FUNDS Approve to program 2000 STIP Augmentation 2% planning funds from both the Western County and Discretionary pots totaling $778,559, and a portion of the un-programmed balance of the 1998 STIP 2% discretionary planning funds totaling $221 ,441, for a total of $1,000,000 to be programmed for the Community and Environmental Transportation Acceptability Process (CETAP) planning effort. 6D. STATUS OF 2000 STIP AUGMENTATION SUBMITTAL Receive and file the status of the 2000 STIP Augmentation Submittal. RCTC Meeting Minutes November 8, 2000 Page 3 6E. RCTC LICENSE AGREEMENTS POLICIES Direct staff restructure lease/license agreements to enhance lease revenues to fund the maintenance and support Commission owned properties. 6F. CITY OF HEMET PURCHASE AND SALE AGREEMENT 1) Approve the transfer of title of 2,3 acres in downtown Hemet in two parts: Phase I - 1 .34 acres, valued at $175,000 and Phase II - .965 acres, valued at $125,000; and 2) Allow for the re -appraisal of the second parcel. 6G. ACQUISITION AND TRANSFER OF LAND FOR THE CORONA MAIN STREET METROLINK STATION Authorize staff to negotiate an agreement with the City of Corona for the transfer of land for the Corona Main Street Metrolink Station. 6H. METROLINK STATION(S) ELEVATOR MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT 1) Approve the selection of Otis Elevator Company to maintain the elevators at the Riverside -Downtown Metrolink Station and, once completed, the Riverside -La Sierra and West Corona Stations for a 3 year period with two -one year extension options at an amount not to exceed $18,000/year; and 2) Authorize RCTC's Chairman to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission, pursuant to Legal Counsel review. 61. RAIL PROGRAM UPDATE Receive and file the Rail Program Update as an information item. 6K. AMENDMENT TO CITY OF PALM DESERT'S FY 2001 MEASURE "A" CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS Approve the amendment to FY 2001 Measure "A" Capital Improvement Plans for Local Streets and Roads for the City of Palm Desert, as submitted. 6L. CALL BOX CALL ANSWERING SERVICES Direct staff to develop a joint Riverside County Transportation Commission and San Bernardino Associated Governments (SanBAG) Request for Proposal for call box answering services. RCTC Meeting Minutes November 8, 2000 Page 4 6M. TRANSPORTATION SPECIALISTS, INC. - JURUPA VALLEY SENIOR SHUTTLE Approve additional funding to Transportation Specialists, Inc. in the amount of $ 5,000 for FY 01 and $10,000 for FY 02. 6N. REVISE POLICY ON ACCRUAL OF HOLIDAY TIME Approve to revise policy for exempt employees' holiday time accrual to cease when it reaches 80 hours and to direct staff, working with Legal Counsel, to include this in the Commissioner's Personnel Rules and Regulations. 7. STIP DISCRETIONARY FUNDING CALL FOR PROJECTS AND EVALUATION CRITERIA MISIC (Hall/Lowe) to approve the release of a call for projects using the recommended evaluation criteria for programming 2000 and 2002 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) discretionary funds. 8. CETAP CORRIDORS STATUS REPORT Steve Smith, TransCore, presented an overview of the recommendations of the CETAP Advisory Committee. Commissioner Robin Lowe asked Commissioner Stan Lisiewicz to provide the Commission with an update on Caltrans' position regarding Alternative #5 (Clinton Keith Road). She expressed concerns on the time spent in discussing arterials and suggested that perhaps the Commission should request clarification as to what the CETAP process actually involves and to take this into consideration for discussion at the next meeting. Commissioner Lisiewicz, stated that Caltrans objected to Alternative #5 because if #4 (SR 79 Date Street) were done, it would require an interchange but there is a problem with the spacing requirements because of its proximity to 1-215. However, if Alternative #4 were to be eliminated then Caltrans would not have a problem with Alternative #5. Commissioner Bob Buster expressed his concern in making Van Buren a major arterial to connect 1-215 with Route 91 because it is already a heavily traveled and dangerous road. Commissioner Ameal Moore concurred with Commissioner Buster and suggested that the Cajalco Road be considered as the East-West connector. Commissioner Ron Roberts advised that an alternative recommended for the Banning/Beaumont to Temecula Corridor, #5 Eastern Bypass, would probably go through the Pechanga Indian Reservation and that a meeting with the Tribal Council RCTC Meeting Minutes November 8, 2000 Page 5 Chairman has been scheduled for November 8, 2000, following the Commission meeting. The involvement of the Pechanga Indian Reservation needs to be encouraged as well as the consideration of a buy-out with San Diego County. M/S/C (Lowe/Buster) with the exclusion of Van Buren, Item 3, Page 6 (Hemet to Corona/Lake Elsinore Corridor), to receive and file the CETAP Corridors Status Report as an information item. 9. ROUTE 74 PROGRAMMING Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director, recognized the partnership between staff of RCTC and Caltrans District 8 in acquiring additional discretionary funding for projects in Riverside County. Eric Haley, Executive Director, commended Hideo Sugita and Stan Lisiewicz for their joint work and effort on this matter and, at this time, Commissioner Lisiewicz acknowledged Gary Cohoe's extensive work. M/S/C (M. Wilson/van Haaster) to reprogram $3.345 million of RIP funds from the Route 74 project to the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane project. 10. ITEMS PULLED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR AGENDA 6J. REVIEW OF 1-215 PROJECT COST INCREASE - OPTIONS Hideo Sugita indicated that in order to maintain flexibility in responding to the amount of ITIP funds Caltrans will provide to the project, staff requested and the Commission approved, that if the ITIP funds provided were less than $7.5 million then the Commission would make up the difference by increasing RCTC 2000 STIP Augmentation funds by a similar amount. The total funds provided in any case would not exceed $48,958,000. Eric Haley advised the Commission of a copy of the letter from Jim Nicholas of Caltrans. He added that it is hopeful that the Governor's project on Valley Way to Interstate 1 5 will be fully funded by the State. M/S/C (ReeserLowe/Hunt) to: 1) Request Caltrans to participate in funding the cost increase on the 1-215 project in the amount of $7.5 million of ITIP funds; 2) Request Caltrans to apply $20.0 million of the TCRP funds for the Route 91 Mary Street to the 91/215/60 interchange to assist in addressing the 1-215 cost increase; 3) Program $10.278 million of Route 91 Mary Street to Seventh Street project to the 1-215 cost increase; 4) Program the 1-215 reserve funds of $729,000 of RCTC Meeting Minutes November 8, 2000 Page 6 Western County formula funds from the 1998 STIP to address the I-215 cost increase; 5) Program $11,451,000 of 2000 STIP Augmentation Western County Formula funds (total available $23,493,930) to the I- 215 cost increase; and, 6) Reaffirm that if the ITIP funds provided were less than $7.5 million the Commission would make up the difference by increasing RCTC 2000 STIP Augmentation funds by a similar amount. The total funds provided in any case would not exceed $48,958,000. 60. SCHEDULE ELECTION OF OFFICERS IN DECEMBER Vice Chairman Kleindienst stated that the intent of this item is to move the election forward by one month. Also, the Executive Committee approved expanding the officers of the Commission by adding a second Vice Chairman to build a broader -based leadership. Thereupon, having a 1st and 2"d Vice Chairs. Thus, the Vice Chairs will be members of the Executive Committee. The representation would rotate such as for the 2001, a city representative would be the Chair and 2"d Vice Chair and a County representative would be the 15t Vice Chair. The following year, the Chair and 2"d Vice Chair would be a county representative and the 15t Vice Chair be a city representative. Basically officer seats would be alternated between the city and the county. The unwritten approval to abide by East and West regarding the City vote line would be upheld. M/S/C (Hunt/M. Wilson) approve to schedule the election of officers to be held at the Commissioner's December meetings and direct staff, working with the Legal Counsel, to make the appropriate Administrative Code to be presented at the Commission's next meeting. 11. SELF HELP COUNTIES VIDEO Eric Haley said that the video was developed as a public service program intended for airing six months prior to any election cycle. An additional insert of in-depth information on Riverside County projects is available for insertion in the middle of the video, and agencies can customize it to fit their own needs. 12. COMMISSIONERS/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REPORT ❑ Naty Kopenhaver, Clerk of the Board, reminded the Commission of the cancellation of the December Committee meetings and that the items would go directly to the Commission. ❑ Commissioner Lowe advised the Commission that a member of the Governors staff from the Plans and Research Committee was present at the last CETAP RCTC Meeting Minutes November 8, 2000 Page 7 meeting. ❑ Commissioner Phil Stack advised the Commission that the Citizens Advisory Committee/Social Service Transportation Advisory Council has been reorganized. He asked that each Commissioner recommend a representative from their respective districts to serve on this committee. Geographical and minority representation is needed in areas such as handicapped, social services, senior citizens and veterans, etc. The meetings will be held on a quarterly basis. ❑ Eric Haley informed the Commission of the possibility of CETAP receiving $ 105,000 to $ 135,000 from the state and that CETAP is awaiting the necessary signatures to make this final. At this time, he introduced Darren Kettle, the new Intergovernmental Relations Officer for SanBAG and RCTC. ❑ Congratulations were extended to John Chlebnik - Calimesa, Dick Kelly - Palm Desert, Gregory S. Pettis - Cathedral City, Frank West - City of Moreno Valley, John Pena - La Quinta on their recent re-election and return for another term. At 10:25 a.m., Steve DeBaun announced the Closed Session item. 13. 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. Route 74 - Vegetation Removal Parcel Number Property Owner 377-040-013 William G. & Roselyn J. Hall 377-020-008 William G. & Roselyn J. Hall 347-130-016 Ronald & Kathleen Walker, et al 347-120-016 White Rock Acquisition Company 347-120-017 White Rock Acquisition Company 347-120-021 White Rock Acquisition Company 347-100-004 Florentino Ortiz, a Widower, et al 347-100-009 North Peak Partners, LP RCTC Meeting Minutes November 8, 2000 Page 8 347-100-010 North Peak Partners, LP 347-110-008 Estate of Richard D. Brechtel 347-1 10-003 North Peak Partners, LP 347-110-001 Donald L. & Rachel D. Schwenn 347-110-058 Nicholas & Kathyryn J. Abood 347-110-033 Norma Fedorow 347-110-068 North Peak Partners, LP 347-1 10-061 Nam Yang Electronics Company, LTD 347-110-052 Nam Yang Electronics Company, LTD 349-060-009 James A. Gonzales 349-050-028 Richard A. Thatcher, Jr. 349-050-027 Guillermo Viramontes Shown on Exhibit "A" in the Agenda Packet Morris L. Marcus, et al 349-090-007 Michael Rodolakis & Kevin Valles 349-090-007 Michael Rodolakis & Kevin Valles 349-090-013 Michael Rodolakis & Kevin Valles 349-090-014 Ronald R. Heartz 349-090-008 Michael Contreras 349-100-005 Fred & Tamrny Kramer 349-100-001 James M.V. Duffy The Commission reconvened at 10:35 a.m. Steve DeBaun, Legal Counsel announced that there was no reportable action for the Closed Session. 14. ADJOURNMENT With no other items to be discussed by the Commission, Vice Chairman Kleindienst adjourned the meeting at 10:55 a.m. The next Commission meeting is scheduled to be held at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, December 13, 2000, at the University of California Chancellor's Conference Room, 1201 University Avenue, #207, Riverside, California. 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NO: qb 4 ` G r7 RCTC 7/99 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Manager Brian Cundelan, Project Coordinator THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Approval of 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 11" STAFF RECOMMENDATION: 1 . Conduct a Hearing to Consider the Approval of the Proposed Resolution of Necessity, including providing all interested parties of the affected property, their attorneys or their representatives an opportunity to be heard on the issues relevant to the Resolution of Necessity. 2. Make the following findings as hereinafter described in this report: (i) 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. (ii 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. 3. Approve 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, 347-1 10-052, 347-1 10-058, 347-1 10-061, 347-1 10-068, 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 , 1 3521-1 , 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). BACKGROUND: The State Route 74 Realignment project is a Measure "A" project from Dexter Avenue in Lake Elsinore to 7th Street in Perris. The project will be constructed in two segments. Segment 1 is from Dexter Avenue in Lake Elsinore to approximately 0.5 kilometers east of Wasson Canyon Road. Segment 2 is from approximately 0.5 kilometers east of Wasson Canyon Road to Th Street in Perris. 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 gnatcathcer breeding season (March 15 to August 31) to avoid disruption of its breeding and nesting activities. Therefore, parcels which require vegetation removal were approved for acquisition by the Commission on November 8, 2000. The County of Riverside Real Property Department is acting as right-of-way acquisition agent for the Commission in the acquisition of the vegetation removal parcels. Offers of just compensation to purchase the 41 parcels were prepared and presented to the property owners of record by letters on November 9, 2000, and offered to purchase the parcels for an amount not less than the approved appraisal of the fair market value of the properties. The offers have not been accepted to date, however negotiations are ongoing and the negotiations are not precluded by the holding of the hearing or the Commission's approval of a resolution of necessity. It may be necessary to acquire some or all of the 41 parcels described in Exhibit "A" by eminent domain. The initiation of the eminent domain process is the approval of a resolution of necessity. Prior to approving a resolution of necessity, the Commission must give each person whose property is to be acquired, and whose name and address appears on the last equalized County Tax Assessor's roll, notice and a reasonable opportunity to appear and be heard on: 4. whether the public interest and necessity require the proposed project; 5. whether the proposed project is planned or located in a manner that will be most compatible with the greatest public good and the least private injury; 6. whether the acquisition of the real property is necessary for the project; 7. whether the required offers to acquire the real property have been made. Note: The fair market value of the property is not an issue at the hearing. The notice must be mailed by first class mail and state the intent of the Commission to consider the approval of the resolution, the right of each person to appear and be heard on these issues, and that the failure to file a written request to appear will result in a waiver of the right to appear and be heard. The Commission must then hold a hearing at which all persons who filed a written request within 15 days of the date the notice was mailed may appear and be heard. The required notice was mailed to the property owners, identified in Exhibit "A", on November 28, 2000. The County of Riverside conducted extensive real property and title searches to locate all property owners in order to insure that all interested parties received notification of the Commission's intent to consider the approval of the resolution. However, the County was unable locate two of the property owners. DISCUSSION: The following addresses the four findings that are required for approval of the resolution of necessity; (1 ) THE PUBLIC INTEREST AND NECESSITY REQUIRE THE PROPOSED PROJECT State Route 74 between Lake Elsinore and Perris is an older highway, which does not meet current design standards. Many of the horizontal and vertical curves along this route do not meet passing and stopping sight distance standards. Safe passing distances through this 8.5-mile section is limited to 9 locations, constituting approximately one-half of the length. Left turns to private driveways and cross streets causes queuing of traffic in one direction until opposing traffic has passed. Shoulders are substandard and mostly unpaved, varying in width from 0.6 meters to 3.0 meters. The angle of intersection of the majority of the cross streets does not meet Caltrans or County standards. With increased traffic volumes over the past several years, safety has become a primary concern along this section of State Route 74. According to Caltrans records, over the last ten years there have been 39 fatalities and 716 injuries. A significant amount of public support for this project has been evident at RCTC commission meetings and has resulted in the acceleration of the implementation of the Route 74 widening project from I-1 5 in Lake Elsinore to Th Street in Perris. As a result of this public input, at the September 8, 1999 Commission meeting, the Commission established a sub -committee of Commissioners Gene Bourbonnais, Al Landers, Tom Mullen, and Kevin Pape to expedite improvement to Route 74. The Committee met on September 17, 1999 and reviewed project status for both the Measure "A" State Route 74 improvement project and the various Caltrans SHOPP (State Highway Operations and Protection Program) projects. The meeting was also attended by members of the public that are interested in accelerating improvements to this segment of Highway 74. After consideration of the information presented, the Committee members were unanimous in their desire to recommend to the Commission that it assist Caltrans with delivering the remainder of the Caltrans SHOPP projects combined with the Measure "A" improvement project within the limits of 1-15 and 7th Street on State Highway 74 with the intent of accelerating the construction of all improvements. At the October 13, 1999 RCTC meeting, the State Route 74 project was accelerated via approval of agenda item #9. (2) 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 roadway realignment follows the existing alignment as much as practical. New realignment was necessary to meet current design standards. The project has been designed in such a manner as to create the optimum benefit to the existing community while affecting the least amount of property owners. (3) THE ACQUISITION OF THE PARCELS ARE NECESSARY FOR THE PROJECT The acquisition of parcels is required in order to provide the wider road and to conform to current horizontal and vertical design standards. Consideration was also provided to limiting the impact on adjacent properties. (4) THE OFFERS OF JUST COMPENSATION HAVE BEEN MADE An appraisal was prepared by Robert Shea Perdue & Associates to establish the fair market value of the fee and easement interests RCTC is seeking to acquire. Offers of just compensation were made to the property owners to purchase the fee and easement interests as established by the approved appraisal and as required by Section 7267.2 of the California Government Code. Although negotiated settlements may still be possible for the property cited above, it would be appropriate to commence the procedures to acquire the fee and easement interests through eminent domain to ensure that access and the necessary fee and easement rights will be available to meet the critical time frames associated with the development of the project. FISCAL IMPACT: Financial Assessment Project Cost Funds are currently available for the acquisition of the named parcels. Source of Funds Measure "A" l ;MN} Included in Fiscal Year Budget Y Year Included in Program Budget Y Year Programmed Approved Allocation Year of Allocation Budget Adjustment Required N Financial Impact Not Applicable ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW: The Commission (1) received a Negative Declaration/Finding of No Significance (ND/FONSI), which was approved by Caltrans and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) on July 25, 1994 and (2) prepared an Environmental Re-evaluation, because of the passage of time, which determined that a Supplemental ND/FONSI was not required and was approved by Caltrans and FHWA on October 20, 2000, to comply with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). EXHIBIT "A" ROUTE 74 - SEGMENT 1 VEGETATION REMOVAL PARCELS No. APNS OWNER (CALTRANS PARCEL NO.) 1 - 2 377-040-013 William G. & Roselyn J. Hall (13483-1 and -2) 3 377-020-008 William G. & Roselyn J. Hall (13491-1) 4 - 5 347-130-016 Ronald & Kathleen Walker, et al (13525-1 and -2) 6 -10 347-120-016 White Rock Acquisition Company (13521-1 through -5) 11 - 12 347-120-017 White Rock Acquisition Company (13522-1 and -2) 13 - 16 347-120-021 White Rock Acquisition Company (13523-1 through -4) 17 347-100-004 Fiorentino Ortiz, a Widower, et al (13543-1) 18 347-100-009 North Peak Partners, LP (13544-1) 19 347-100-010 North Peak Partners, LP (13545-1) a 20 347-1 10-008 Estate of Richard D. Brechtel (13557-1) 21 347-110-003 North Peak Partners, LP (13550-1) 22 347-110-001 Donald L. & Rachel D. Schwenn (13548-1) 23 347-1 10-058 Nicholas & Kathyryn J. Abood (13558-1) r 24 347-1 10-033 Norma Fedorow (13559-1) ROUTE 74 - SEGMENT 1 VEGETATION REMOVAL PARCELS 25 347-110-068 North Peak Partners, LP (13552-1) 26 347-1 10-061 Nam Yang Electronics Company, (13553-1) LTD 27 347-110-052 Nam Yang Electronics Company, (13554-1) LTD 28 - 29 349-060-009 James A. Gonzales (13579-1 and -2) 30 - 31 349-050-028 Richard A. Thatcher, Jr. (13581-1 and -2) 32 349-050-027 Guillermo Viramontes (13582-1) 33 (13592-1) Morris L. Marcus, et al 34 - 35 349-090-007 Michael Rodolakis & Kevin Valles (13598-1 and -2) 36 - 37 349-090-013 Michael Rodolakis & Kevin Valles (13599-1 and -2) 38 349-090-014 Ronald R. Heartz (13 600-1) 39 349-090-008 Michael Contreras (13601-1) 40 349-100-005 Fred & Tammy Kramer (13605-1) 41 349-100-001 James M.V. Duffy (13606-1) RESOLUTION NO. 00-020 A RESOLUTION 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, 347-1 10-003, 347-1 10-008, 347-110-033, 347-110-052, 347-110-058, 347-1 10-061, 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 & 377-040-01 3 (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, 1 3523-2, 13523-3, 13523-4, 13525-1 , 13525-2, 13543-1, 1 3544-1, 1 3545-1, 1 3548-1, 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, 1 3599-1, 13599-2, 13600-1 , 13601-1 , 13605-1 AND 13606-1), BY EMINENT DOMAIN IS NECESSARY FOR THE WIDENING, REALIGNMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF STATE ROUTE 74 BETWEEN DEXTER AVENUE TO WASSON CANYON ROAD (SEGMENT 1) WHEREAS, the Riverside County Transportation Commission (the "Commission") proposes to acquire fee and easement interests in certain real property, located in Lake Elsinore and Perris, California, more particularly described as Assessor Parcel Nos. 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, 347-1 10-068, 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 , 1 3523-2, 13523-3, 13523-4, 13525-1, 13525-2, 1 3543-1, 13544-1, 13545-1 , 1 3548-1, 13550-1 , 13552-1 , 13553-1, 13554-1, 13557-1, 13558-1 , 1 3559-1, 13579-1, 13579-2, 13581-1, 1 3581-2, 13582-1, 1 3592-1, 13598-1, 13598-2, 13599-1, 1 3599-2, 13600-1, 13601-1 , 13605-1 and 13606-1), for purposes of the widening, realignment and improvement of State Route 74, between Dexter Avenue to Wasson Canyon Road (Segment 1), pursuant to the authority granted to it by section 130220.5 of the California Public Utilities Code; and WHEREAS, pursuant to section 1245.235 of the California Code of Civil Procedure, the Commission scheduled a public hearing for Wednesday, December 13, 2000, at 9:00 a.m., at the Chancellor's Conference Room, University Village, 1201 University Avenue, Suite 207, Riverside, California, and gave to each person whose property is to be acquired and whose name and address appeared on the last equalized county assessment roll, notice and a reasonable opportunity to appear at said hearing and be heard on the matters referred to in section 1240.030 of the California Code of Civil Procedure; and WHEREAS, said hearing has been held by the Commission and each person whose property is to be acquired by eminent domain was afforded an opportunity to be heard on said matters; and WHEREAS, the Commission may now approve a Resolution of Necessity pursuant to section 1240.040 of the California Code of Civil Procedure; NOW, THEREFORE, THE COMMISSION DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AND DECLARE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Compliance with California Code of Civil Procedure. There has been compliance by the Commission with the requirements of section 1245.235 of the California Code of Civil Procedure regarding notice and hearing. Section 2. Public Use. The public use for which the fee and easement interests are to be acquired is for the widening, realignment and improvement of State Route 74, between Dexter Avenue to Wasson Canyon Road, pursuant to the authority granted to it by section 130220.5 of the California Public Utilities Code. Section 130220.5 of the California Public Utilities Code authorizes the Commission to acquire by eminent domain property necessary for such purposes. Section 3. Description of Property. Attached and marked as Exhibit "A" are the legal descriptions and plats of the real property to be acquired by the Commission, which describe the general location and extent of the property with sufficient detail for reasonable identification. Section 4. Findings. The Commission hereby finds and determines each of the following: (a) The public interest and necessity require the proposed project; (b) The proposed project is planned or located in the manner that will be most compatible with the greatest public good and least private injury; (c) The property described in Exhibit "A" is necessary for the proposed project; and (d) Pursuant to section 1245.230(4) of the California Code of Civil Procedure, that either the offers required by section 7267.2 of the California Government Code have been made to the owners or owners of record, or the offers have not been made because the owners cannot be located with reasonable diligence. Section 5. Use Not Unreasonably Interfering with Existing Public Use(s). Some or all of the real property to be acquired is subject to easements and rights -of -way appropriated to existing public uses. The legal descriptions of these easements and rights -of -way are on file with the Commission and describe the general location and extent of the easements and rights -of -way with sufficient detail for reasonable identification. In the event the herein described use or uses will not unreasonably interfere with or impair the continuance of the public use as it now exists or may reasonably be expected to exist in the future, counsel for the Commission is authorized to acquire the herein described real property subject to such existing public use(s) pursuant to section 1240.510 of the California Code of Civil Procedure. Section 6. More Necessary Public Use. Some or all of the real property to be acquired is subject to easements and rights -of -way appropriated to existing public uses. To the extent that the herein described use or uses will unreasonably interfere with or impair the continuance of the public use as it now exists or may reasonably be expected to exist in the future, the Commission finds and determines that the herein described use or uses are more necessary than said existing public use, Counsel for the Commission is authorized to acquire the herein described real property appropriated to such existing public use(s) pursuant to section 1240.610 of the California Code of Civil Procedure. Staff is further authorized to make such improvements to the real property being acquired that it determines are reasonably necessary to mitigate any adverse impact upon the existing public use. Section 7. Further Activities. Counsel for the Commission is hereby authorized to acquire the hereinabove described real property in the name of and on behalf of the Commission by eminent domain, and counsel is authorized to institute and prosecute such legal proceedings as may be required in connection therewith. Legal counsel is further authorized to take such steps as may be authorized and required by law, and to make such security deposits as may be required by order of court, to permit the Commission to take possession of and use said real property at the earliest possible time. Counsel is further authorized to correct any errors or to make or agree to non -material changes in the legal description of the real property that are deemed necessary for the conduct of the condemnation action or other proceedings or transaction required to acquire the subject real property. Section 8. Effective Date. This Resolution shall take effect upon approval. APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 13' day of December, 2000. Tom Mullen, Chairman Riverside County Transportation Commission ATTEST: Naty Kopenhaver, Clerk of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Definitions of Legal Rights to be Acquired "Fee," also known as fee simple or fee simple absolute, refers to complete or absolute ownership of the property. "Temporary construction easement," refers to the right of plaintiff, its successors and assigns, to engage in construction and related activities for the project as referred to in the complaint, together with all necessary rights of ingress and egress to the easement area in connection with the exercise of any of the easement rights. Prior to termination of this easement, property owners shall not erect or construct, or permit to be erected or constructed, any building, structure or improvement on, over or under any portion of the easement, nor shall property owners plant any tree or trees or plant any other vegetation or flora on any portion of the easement except at the written consent of plaintiff. Plaintiff shall be entitled to trim, cut, or clear away any trees, brush, or other vegetation or flora from time to time as plaintiff determines in its sole discretion without payment of any additional compensation to property owners. No other easement or easements shall be granted on, under, or over this easement without obtaining the prior written consent of plaintiff. The duration of the rights under this easement shall not be for less than twenty four (24) months from the commencement of construction on the applicable parcel and not more than thirty (30) months of the date possession of the applicable parcel as authorized by court order. "Drainage easement," grants to plaintiff (including its successors and assigns), a permanent and perpetual easement, together with the right to forever maintain, improve, alter, relocate, inspect, occupy and use for the construction and maintenance of a slope, the protection and stability of the adjoining properties and drainage purposes related to the project or otherwise necessary for the protection of the property or adjoining properties, all as determined necessary by plaintiff together with all necessary rights of ingress and egress to the easement area in connection with the exercise of any of the easement rights. Property owners shall not erect or construct, or permit to be erected or constructed, any building, structure or improvement on, over or under any portion of the easement, or plant any tree or trees or plant any other vegetation or flora on any portion of the easement except at the written consent of plaintiff. Plaintiff shall be entitled to trim, cut, or clear away any trees, brush, or other vegetation or flora from time to time determined in its sole discretion without payment of any additional compensation. No other easement or easements shall be granted on, under or over the easement without obtaining the prior written consent of plaintiff. The existing ground elevations of the easement shall not be increased or decreased, without obtaining the prior written consent of plaintiff. RVI.ITIKAR1604747 EXHIBIT.. PAGE.L. EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Lot 1, of Tract No. 3472-R, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, on file in Book 57, Pages 9 and 10 of Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the most easterly corner of said Lot 1, said corner being the point of intersection of the northwesterly line of Central Avenue, 80.00 feet wide [24.384 meters], with the southwesterly line of Cambern Avenue, 40.00 feet wide [12.192 meters], as shown on said Tract; thence northwesterly along the northeasterly line of said Lot 1 and along said southwesterly line, North 45° 54' 39" West, 18.038 meters; thence South 00° 24' 42" West, 14.284 meters to a point on a line parallel with and 8.229 meters northwesterly measured at right angles from said northwesterly line of said Central Avenue; thence southwesterly along said parallel line, South 43° 46' 481' West, 264.656 meters to a point on the southwesterly line of said Lot 1, said southwesterly line being the northeasterly line of Parcel Map No. 22939, on file in Book 157, Pages 53 and 54 of Parcel Maps in said Office of said County Recorder; thence southeasterly along said last mentioned southwesterly line, South 46° 03' 20" East, 8.229 meters to the most southerly corner of said Lot 1, said corner being on said northwesterly line of said Central Avenue; thence northeasterly along the southeasterly line of said Lot 1 and along said northwesterly line, North 43° 46' 48" East, 274.967 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING; Containing approximately 2313.4 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 and Cambern Avenue). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00008970 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-28.0-13483 (13483-1) This real property description has been prepared y' me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professio I Lan Si 9natur= - ff �f'ru , t L.S. 30 EXPIRES 9/30/01 Date: N A9913615EGADEEDS‘13483.00C EXH I E ITS PAGE SCALE: It1000 6.096 m i20.1 6496 m i201 I f SHEET I OF I N h POB i1JOST E'LY COR LOT I) N45' 54' 39"1f WO LINE CAMBERN AVE NE'LY LINE LOT 1 TRACT NO, 3412—R MB 57/9-10 LOT 1 8.2 SW'LY LINE LOT i NE'LY LINE P.M. 22939 18.038 m 264.656 m N43. 46. 48" 20.420 m (66.99'} W NE M1 N O N iD a7 0 ORO 12.192 m 4111 PARCEL 1 PARCEL MAP NO J 22939 PMB 157/53-54 1 CAMBERN AVE INV nij r (401 w NORTH s✓LS 1 NOR E TRACT LOT 4 - BLOCK 17 MB 5/105 a' r- 2 W a 16.764 m PARCEL 2 PARCEL MAP NO J 22930 i401 f559 U Z F- -tWX c3-1 PMB 152/64-65 PARCEL 1 MID DEXTER AVE f r THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00008970 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 33II EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 TEL. I9091 9E0-1902 KAKI i9091 941-0991 AREA DISTRICT 08 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 74 KILOPOST 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Mo.( SQUARE FEET( SQUARE METER& 0843-1 24.901 2313.4 PARCEL 13483-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EX H I B I LIL EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement Being a portion of Lot 1, of Tract No. 3472-R, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, on file in Book 57, Pages 9 and 10 of Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the most easterly corner of said Lot 1, said corner being the point of intersection of the northwesterly line of Central Avenue, (80.00 feet wide) [24.384 meters], with the southwesterly line of Cambern Avenue, (40.00 feet wide) [12.192 meters], as shown on said Tract, said Central Avenue also known as State Hwy 74; thence North 45° 54' 39" West along the northeasterly line of said Lot 1 and along said southwesterly line 23.263 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continuing North 45° 54' 39" West along the northeasterly line of said Lot 1 and along said southwesterly line 19.000 meters; thence South 44°05'21" West, 9.000 meters; thence South 45°54'39" East, 19.000 meters; thence North 44°05'21" East, 9.000 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; Containing approximately 171.0 square meters. The easement herein granted shall become effective upon the execution of this document and shall terminate on August 31, 2003 or upon filing of Notice of Completion, whichever first occurs. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00008970 to obtain ground level distances. 08-R1V-74-28.2-13483 (13483-2) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance wi the Pro - -si• e' - I Lan. doiey Signatur : /%�l������/ �� ' J � NN IM � ` S' , L.S. 4430 0L1 SE EXPIRES 9/30/01 Date: M:►9913H15EG 1,DEEDS133/ 87-2.DOC EXHIBITS PAGE..._„ r NORTH 1__.S1NORE TRACT BLOCK 15 M. B. 5/ 105 SCALD IISOO 6.096 m (20') Q CAMBERN AVE SHEET I OF I POC G OST E'LY COR LOT 1) 6.096 m (20') 5W'LY LINES CAMBERN AVE NE'LY LINE LOT 1 r -E _o �o 'v fli r N N45' 54' 39" W !� 19.000 m N45' 54' 39" W 23.263 m 545'54'39"E 19.000 m TRACT NO3472-R MB 57/9-10 LOT 1 TPOB 3~ cc LU Z LU a J a CC z La 12. 192 m 12.192 M (40' ) aA., (40' ) } Q' 1` .L EXISTING STATE HWY 1 THE BEARNGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORMA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF M$3. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00008970 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL. DISTANCES. Lk Associated Engineers, Inc. 331 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO.CA 91164 TEL. MORI 140-1962 FA1k 190% 141-0E9I O4STRXT COUNTY ROUTE 06 RIVERSIOE 74 AREA IOLOPOST SQUARE FEET* I.s41 LEGAL DESCRIPTION PARCEL. 134E33-2 PARCH. Has 13483-2 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY DIM TuA Tom' PA G'E.S.._ EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Lot 8, of Block 15, and a portion of the northeasterly 10.00 feet of Cambern Avenue, as shown on the Map of the North Elsinore Tract, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, on file in Book 5, Page 105 of Maps, and that certain document vacating said northeasterly 10.00 feet of Cambern Avenue, recorded April 30, 1952, as Instrument No. 18441, of Official Records in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the most southerly corner of said Lot 8, said corner being the point of intersection of the northwesterly line of Central Avenue, 90.00 feet wide [27.432 meters], with the northeasterly line of Cambern Avenue, 40.00 feet wide [12.192 meters], as shown on Tract No. 3472-R filed in Book 57, Pages 9 and 10 of Maps in said Office of said County Recorder; thence northwesterly along the northeasterly line of said Cambern Avenue, North 45° 54' 39" West, 18.109 meters; thence North 87° 28' 22" East, 14.301 meters to a point on a line parallel with and 8.229 meters northwesterly measured at right angles from said northwesterly line of said Central Avenue; thence northeasterly along said parallel line, North 43° 46' 42" East, 186.127 meters to a point on the northeasterly line of said Lot 8, said northeasterly line being the southwesterly line of a lot line adjustment, recorded May 1, 1992, as Instrument No. 168665 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder; thence southeasterly along said last mentioned northeasterly and southwesterly line, South 46° 05' 28" East, 8.229 meters to the most easterly corner of said Lot 8, said corner being on said northwesterly line of said Central Avenue; thence southwesterly along the southeasterly line of said Lot 8 and along said northwesterly line, South 43° 46' 42" East, 196.547 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 1668.6 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 and Cambern Avenue). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00008970 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-28.3-13491 (13491-1) This real property description has been prepred y me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professio : i Land Su nor ct. Al/ Signature 1d / / / �w.01 !, ��0KI, L.S. 44 0 SE EXPIRES 9/30/01 Date: M: {991394SEG ADEE DS113491.000 �NNbS 11440 �` ' �4 x NO.4430 * eql 01 EXHIEIT_EL. PAGE SMI'LY LINE OF PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT PER INST. NO. 168665.O.R. RECORDED MAY 1.1992 S46. 05'28"E 8.229 m -A SHEET 1 OF 1 E'LY COR LOT 8 LOT 7 NOR-fH Wv cr.�� }2 4 � z� a- < bw§n -+ u u iLtej NE'LY LINE LOT 8 LOT B .ELS! NORE TRAD7 BLOCK 15 M. B. 5/ 105 E m c M E 0 uo NE'LY UNE CAMBERN AVE N43' 46' 42" er 8.229 m SF. NV* 28' 22"E 14.301 m w 196..547 m P N gr r 1+] r 20.420 m (66.997 11 7RAC7 NE , 3472 -Fi MB 57/9-10 45'54'39"W J , 18,109 m Associated Engineers, Inc. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 94764 TEL. f9091 980-1982 FAX: I909f 941-0891 W Z W 7 Q J a CC 1— z W U SCALE: 111000 PARCEL 1 PARCEL 2 C3� mho PARCEL 3 SE'LY LINE LOT 8 PARCEL MAP PARCEL 4 POB (MIDST S' LY COR LOT 8) — 4 CAMBERN AVENUE AREA DISTRICT 08 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE KILOFFOST 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL N0.1 SQUARE FEET( SQUARE METER& 13491-1 1T.960 L6611.6 I THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASER ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00008910 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. PARCEL 'NM SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION mA99135\se91\Plata\13491-14on EX H I P I _A__._ PAGED.. EXHIBIT "A" Fee In the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, being a portion of Parcel 4 of Parcel Map No. 19924, on file in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the point of intersection of the northwesterly line of said Parcel 4 with the west line of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, said northwesterly line being the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, 100.00 feet wide [30.480 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence northeasterly along said northwesterly line, North 65° 26' 52" East, 134.951 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 190.083 meters; thence continuing northeasterly along said northwesterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 00° 12' 42" an arc length of 0.702 meters; thence South 00° 45' 18" East, 5.734 meters; thence South 41 ° 49' 27" East, 8.220 meters; thence South 48° 10' 33" West, 20.116 meters: thence North 41 ° 49' 27" West, 8.355 meters; thence North 83° 01' 40" West, 15.079 meters; thence South 48° 10' 33" West, 98.482 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 833.142 meters; thence southwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 01 ° 59' 40" an arc length of 29.003 meters to a point on said westerly line of said Section 29; thence northerly along said westerly line, North 01 ° 32' 33" East, 46.251 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 2691.9 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-29.2-13521 (13521-1) This real property description has been prepared b me, or under my direction, in conformance with he Professional Land Surve - rs • • - ///e/ Signature 414i% . /.%, i///_ L. . 4430 ©ate: •��EV �r` BIB �,. LICE rf PIF�ES 9/30/01 a6� /GZoov M A991380EG 1 W EEDS 43521. DOC EXtHIBIT _ -- PAGE..D... SHEET I OF I 4r T SCALE: Ir1000 f1.r�7� 23/99 r PORTION PARCEL 4 PARCEL MAP NO 9995 PMB 46/72 PARCEL 1 Q-01' 59' 40" R-833.I42 m L-29.003 m N43' 49' 08"9 IR1 PARCEL 3 ‘.4), 41/ Stiff / b *4% *� r 44° . <144) !` :373o,1/4 1. v 15.079 9., PARCEL MAP ND, J9924 WEST LINE SEC. 29 T. 55. , R. 4W. , S. B. M. PMB 122/44-48 PARCEL 4 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE G. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 TEL.19097 980-1982 FAX:1909) 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT oe COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE KILOPOST 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL No.8 SQUARE FEETr SQUARE METERS' 13521-1 28.976 4691.9 PARCEL 13521-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT_ A_ PAGE.. EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 4 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, per Map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 inclusive of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the point of intersection of the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (100.00 feet wide) [30.480 meters] with the southwesterly line of Ramsgate Drive, (124.00 feet wide) [37.795 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southwesterly along the northwesterly line of said Parcel 4 and said southeasterly line, South 14° 21' 34" West, 65.164 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 767.061 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 54° 24' 22" East; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 05° 29' 40" an arc length of 73.558 meters to a point on said northeasterly line of said Parcel 4, said northeasterly line being said southwesterly line of Ramsgate Drive; thence northwesterly along said northeasterly and southwesterly line, North 75° .38' 26" West, 14.783 meters; thence continuing along said northeasterly and southwesterly lines, South 71 ° 14' 53" West, 8.369 meters; thence continuing along said northeasterly and southwesterly lines, North 75° 38' 31" West, 1.524 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 833.2 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (State Highway 74 and Ramsgate Drive). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-29.6-13521 (13521-2) This real property description has been prepare y b/ .e, or under my direction, in conformance witthe Profes Tonal Date: w LF5199134SEG11EEDS113521-2.DOC EXHIB1T_A_ PAGE. *Y SHEET I OF I PARCEL MAP NO. J 9924 PM6 122/44-46 PARCEL 4 THE BEAMNOS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALFORNUA M OINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 100009192 TO MAN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Ina 331 EAST SHAY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 TEL. 1909f 9e0i962 FA%11909) 941-0991 AREA DISTRICT OS ' COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 11LOPOST 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL 13521-2 SQUARE FEET, 6.99( SQUARE METERS' 633.2 S PARCEL. 13521-2 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXH I BIT..,.,A_ PAG E JL. EXHIBIT "A" Drainage Easement Being a portion of Parcel 4 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, per Map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 inclusive of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the point of intersection of the northwesterly tine of said Parcel 4 with the west line of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, said northwesterly line being the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (100.00 feet wide) [30.480 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southerly along said west line of said Section 29, South 01° 32' 33" West, 46.251 meters to a point on a non - tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 833.142 meters, said point being the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; a radial line through said point bears North 43° 49' 08" West; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 00° 22' 3T' an arc length of 5.479 meters thence radial to said curve, South 43° 26' 31" East, 6.084 meters to the beginning of a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 827.058 meters, said curve being concentric with and 6.084 meters southeasterly of the aforementioned curve having a radius of 833.142 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 43° 26' 31" West; thence southwesterly along said concentric curve through a central angle of 00° 48' 19" an arc length of 11.624 meters to a point on said west line of said Section 29; thence northerly along said west line, North 01 ° 32' 33° East, 8.692 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 52.0 square meters. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-29.2-13521 (13521-3) This real property description has been prepared b , me, or under' my direction, in conformance with he Profession: - n • Surve .4111; Signature �400./),.„ ���.�/A._ ...401r.,/��t,� i...� ..�,,- at- �: • 5' ICE 0. Date: 11ASSOCUEPCFILES199138SEG1 WEEDS113521-3.00C EXHIBIT-.,_ PAGE-,..12._ SHEET I OF I SCALEi i11000 I 23/89 z tth "kilo \�o N TP08 \.a M r O: PORTION PARCEL 4 PARCEL MAP NDJ 99as \\ \ 40 PMB 46/72 PARCEL I PARCEL 3 (15 1A Q4fe05N* Gry.�P `TrOLu. PARCEL MAP ND 19924 PMB 122/44-48 WEST LINE SEC. 29 T. 55.. R. 4W.. S. B. M. PARCEL 4 9., T THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALPORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF I98 ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, inc. 331 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA 91764 TEL. (909) 980-1912 FAX. C909) 941-0891 DISTRICT od COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 74 KILOPOST 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Noa SQUARE FEEL SQUARE OEMS. 13521-3 560 52.0 PARCEL. 13521-3 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBITS EXHIBIT "A" Drainage Easement Being a portion of Parcel 4 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, per Map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 inclusive of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the point of intersection of the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (100.00 feet wide) [30.480 meters] with the southwesterly line of Ramsgate Drive, (124.00 feet wide) [37.795 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southwesterly along the northwesterly line of said Parcel 4 and said southeasterly line, South 14° 21' 34" West, 65.164 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 767.061 meters, said point being the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING, a radial line through said point bears South 54° 24' 22" East; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 01 ° 43' 33" an arc length of 23.107 meters; thence radial to said curve, South 56° 07' 56" East, 24.245 meters; thence South 31 ° 46' 41" West, 21.261 meters; thence South 40° 01' 03" West, 21.589 meters; thence South 42° 02' 31" West, 31.445 meters; thence North 87° 24' 42" West, 8.135 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 190.083 meters, said non - tangent curve being said northwesterly line of Parcel 4 and said southeasterly line of State Highway 74, a radial line through said point bears South 59° 36' 47" East; thence northeasterly along said northwesterly and said southeasterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 16° 01' 39" an arc length of 53.172 meters; thence continuing northeasterly along said northwesterly and said southeasterly line, North 14° 21' 34" East, 3.205 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 1359.8 square meters. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-29.6-13521 (13521-4) This real property description has been prepared by • e, or under my direction, in rofe - na 6 nd urveyo A conformance with t, e P Signature Af/ 14, ICEN'�EXPI�S Date: WiSSOO AEPCFILEA4413ASEGMEEasu3s21 -4.00C EXHIBITS PAGE `. SHEET I OF l *V SCALD 111000 J 1 J S .. 24/ V 8 PARCEL MAP NO. 19924 PM8 122/44-48 PARCEL 4 THE WARMS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE S IMI OF I91113. 72 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTAANNCES.ONE 6. klULTPLY DISTANCES SHOWNBT LSO Associated Engineers, Inc. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET 014TAR10, CA 91764 TEL. 009I 960-1982 1: Axi MOM 941-O891 AREA 01STRK;T 00 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE KILOPOST 74 21.9/S2A PARCEL No.1 5521-4 SQUARE fiETs 14.637 SQUARE IiETERSI 1.359.E PARCEL 13521-4 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBITS PAGE._ • EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement Being a portion of Parcel 4 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, per Map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 inclusive of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the point of intersection of the northwesterly line of said Parcel 4 with the west line of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bemardino Meridian, said northwesterly line being the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (100.00 feet wide) [30.480 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southerly along said west line of said Section 29, South 01 ° 32' 33" West, 54.943 meters to a point on a non - tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 827.058 meters, said point being the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING, a radial line through said point bears North 44° 14' 50" West; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 00° 48' 19" an arc length of 11.624 meters; thence radial to said curve, North 43° 26' 31" West, 6.084 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 833.142 meters, said curve being concentric with and 6.084 meters northwesterly of the aforementioned curve having a radius of 827.058 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 43° 26' 31" West; thence northeasterly along said concentric curve through a central angle of 01 ° 37' 04" an arc length of 23.524 meters; thence North 48° 10' 33" East, 98.482 meters; thence South 83° 01' 40" East, 15.079 meters; thence South 41 ° 49' 27" East, 8.355 meters; thence North 48° 10' 33" East, 20.116 meters; thence North 41 ° 49' 27" West, 8.220 meters; thence North 00° 45' 18" West, 5.734 meters to a point on said northwesterly and said southeasterly line, said point being a point on a non - tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 190.083 meters, a radial line through -Said point bears South 24° 45' 50" East; thence northeasterly along said nortfiwesterly and southeasterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 34° 50f 57" an arc length of 115.615 meters; thence South 87° 24' 42" East, 8.135 meters; thence North 42° 02' 31" East, 31.445 meters; thence .North 40° 01' 03" East, 21.589 meters; thence North 31° 46' 41" East, 21.261 meters; thence North 56° 07' 56" West, 24.245 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 767.061 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 56° 07' 56" East; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 03° 46' 07" an arc length of 50.452 meters to a point on the northeasterly line of said Parcel 4, said northeasterly line being the southwesterly line of Ramsgate Drive, (124.00 feet wide) [37.795 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southeasterly along said northeasterly and southwesterly line, South 75° 38' 26" East, 38.193 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southwesterly having a radius of 133.489 meters; thence southeasterly along said northeasterly and southwesterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 00° 28' 16" an arc length of 1.097 meters; thence South 37° 42' 40".West, 121.601 meters; thence South 45° 38' 40" West, 245.758 meters; thence South 35° 39' 35" West, 59.648 meters; thence South 53° 21' 10" West, 30.417 meters to a point on said west line of Section 29; thence northerly along said west line, North 01 ° 32' 33" East, 42.760 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 7979.1 square meters. MA9913E15EGMEEDS\13521.5.00C EXHIBILA_ PAGE._lL The easement herein granted shall become effective upon the execution of this document and shall terminate on March 31, 2002 or upon filing of Notice of Completion, whichever first occurs. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-29.4-13521 (13521-5) This real property description has been prepa d by e, or under my direction, in conformance with a Professio. =I L. • • 00 Date; M:19913ASEG 11DEEDS113521-5.DOC EXH I B IT.__1 ._ PAGE -a- it Y SHEET I OF 2 SCALES 1 1000 R.S. 23/89 r Q PARCEL MAP NO, 9985 PMB 46/72 PARCEL 1 Q t'k gb Cy,,rQ�V �a4 ,` 7 O', \ ?*0 g• • N9 . h gat,+ t \ \x__ ��ti1•bti ;., 4)E \ \ ' yh Nf-0 R 0 55 A' F •ue--WEST LINE SECTION 29 T.5N.. R.4W.. S.9.1A. F PARCEL 3 se3•or40"E 0�, 6 .OT9 iRo ' y*042 0 PARCEL MAP NO. J9924 PMB 122/44-48 PARCEL 4 / THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 198 ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00009 2 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. A mtaAatted Engineenk inc. 331 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 917E4 TEL. MOM 9110-1942 FAf4 (909) 941-0891 AREA i O1STRICT 0B COUNTY ROUTE KLOPOST RIVERSIDE 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Noa SQUARE FEET1 SQUARE 1ETERSo 13521-5 85.886 T.9T9.1 PARCEL 13521-5 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EX H I B l ..., ..,.. PA G Ea SHEET 2 OF 2 *T SCALE' 111000 ,V1 oST /NG ,591121a rE re-DR, e R S , 24/68 P, M, NO, 9985 PMB 46/72 PARCEL 4 I— (O 4' O� m QO¢ v Q # `'' w gte',`P 0 s s.9. ��m_ * \ v.xa �i•�4. \fit` • 4,N. • \-"0 //v▪ -A,<r• •• v 4) 44' v' .. y 30 g F PARCEL MAP NO, 19924 PMB 122/44-48 PARCEL 4 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CAUFORHIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 19B3, ZONE 6. 14.1�TT�ILLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00009192 TO OBTAIN CRM.P0 LEVEL DISTANCES. Is, 33i BAST SIIELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA 91764 TEL MOW 9804M FAX' {9091WOOS Associated Engineers, Ina AREA DISTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KLOPOST 06 RIVERSIDE T, 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Nor 0521-5 SOUARE FEET, 85.886 SGUARE %ETERS. 7.979.1 PARCEL 13521-5 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBITA_ PAGE 111 EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 3 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated In the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, per Map filed In Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 inblusive of Parcel Maps In the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the mast westerly comer of said Parcel 3, said comer being the point of intersection cif the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (100.00 feet wide) [30.480 meters] with the northeasterly line of Ramsgate Drive, as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southeasterly along said northeasterly line and the southwesterly line of said Parcel 3, South 75° 38' 26° East, 1.524 meters; thence continuing along said northeasterly' and southwesterly line, South 42. 31' 46" East, 8.370 meters; thence continuing along said northeasterly and southwesterly line, South 75° 38' 26" East, 52.973 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southwesterly having a radius of 171.281 meters; thence southeasterly along said curve and continuing along said northeasterly and southwesterly line through a central angle of 02° 01' or an arc length of 6.035 meters; thence North 62° 16' 13° West, 23.769 meters; thence North 16° 3T 43" West, 14.749 meters; thence North 26° 04' 00° East. 84.247 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 955.061 meters; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of OW 12' 14" an arc length of 86.742 meters to a point on the northeasterly line of Parcel 1 of Parcel Map No. 11711, per rriap tiled In Book 57, Page 18 of Parcel Maps, In said Office of said County Recorder; thence northwesterly along said last mentioned northeasterly line, North 64" 20' 02" West, 40.787 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 995.681 meters, said curve being concentric with and 40.600 meters northwesterly measured along a radial line from the aforementioned curve having a radius of 955.061 meters, a radial. line through said point bears North 586 57' 32° West; thence southwesterly along said concentric curve through a central angle of 04° 58' 28" an arc length of 86.446 meters to a point on a line paraiiel with and 40.600 meters northwesterly measured at right angles from the aforementioned line that bears North 26°04'00° East; thence southwesterly along Bald parallel line, South 26° 04' 00" West, 69.799 meters to a point on said southeasterly line, said southeasterly line being the northwesterly line of said Parcel 3; thence along said southeasterly line and said northwesterly line South 14° 21' 34" West, 35.846 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 7846.3 square meters. TOGETHER with tee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and 10 the adjoining public way (State Highway 74 and Ramsgate Drive). 114 V11711RG11GQDf;3!51.24.C4C EXHIBIL A►_ PAGE AL The bearings; and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-29.7-13522 (13822-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, In conformance with the Professional Land Surveyors Act. KA9DIS+►GsDesC0v9112-1.1100c EXHIBIT.. PAGEAL %41,14/itia ORSp°7,�F� EX t T I NG _;>----- RAMSUATE DRIVE SHEET l OF I PARCEL MAP NO, I9924 PIA 122/44-48 PARCEL 3 PARCEL 2 ?kg g OMR min TIE REARMS AND DISTANCES SKOWN ARE BASED ON TIE CAIFORMA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 19E3 T�E�SHOWN BY 100409192 O OBTAIN LEVEL DISTANCES. Assoviaisd Engineers, lno. 331 par STSIIT MAIM CA 1704 TEL MOO 9410-452 FAX3 0031941-0S91 AREA OCITSCT COIR(TY ROUTE 1GLOPOST 00 trance 74 2?.9/72.0 PAIL Na SWAM FEET1 MAX ACM% I.- 1351" SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY 3'.4" LEGAL DESCRIPTION T.1♦46.3 PARCEL 135221 EXHIBIT..,._ PAGE iiIT `�, Tem a Lamstruction a m Being a portion of Parcel 3 of Parce �apen ho. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, per Map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 inclusive of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the most westerly corner of said Parcel 3, said corner being the point of intersection of the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (100.00 feet wide) [30.480 meters] with the northeasterly line of Ramsgate Drive, as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southeasterly along said northeasterly line and the southwesterly line of said Parcel 3, South 75° 38' 26" East, 1.524 meters; thence continuing along said northeasterly and southwesterly line, South 42° 31' 46" East, 8.370 meters; thence continuing along said northeasterly and southwesterly line, South 75° 38' 26" East, 52.973 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southwesterly having a radius of 171.281 meters; thence southeasterly along said curve and continuing along said northeasterly and southwesterly line through a central angle of 02° 01' 07" an arc length of 6.035 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence North 62° 16' 13", 23.769 meters; thence North 16° 37' 43" West, 14.749 meters; thence North 26° 04' 00" East, 84.247 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southeasterly having a .radius of 955.061 meters; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 05° 12' 14" an arc length of 86.742 meters to a point on the northeasterly line of Parcel 1 of Parcel Map No. 11711, per map filed in Book 57, Page 18 of Parcel Maps, in said Office of said County Recorder; thence southeasterly along said last mentioned northeasterly line, South 64° 20' 02" East, 21.468 meters; thence South 21 ° 44' 32" West, 57.061 meters; thence South 26° 27' 57" West, 55.206 meters; thence South 07° 09' 29" West, 56.995 meters; thence South 37° 42' 40" West, 15.333 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve, said curve being said first mentioned curve concave southwesterly having a radius of 171.281 meters, said curve also being said northeasterly line of said Ramsgate Drive and said southwesterly line of said Parcel 3, a radial line through said point bears North 20° 04' 17" East; thence northwesterly along said curve and said northeasterly and southwesterly fine, through a central angle of 03° 41' 36" an arc length of 11.041 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approXimately 5844.0 square meters. The easement herein granted shall become effective upon the execution of this document and shall terminate on March 31, 2002 or upon filing of Notice of Completion, whichever first occurs. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-R1V-74-29.7-13522 (13522-2) This real prope description ' b- : prey "-+// conformance :1a� a -� si ►�, : I d . u o ct. Signature M:199131ASEGAMEDS1,13572- _DX I, L.S. 4430 /30/01 EXHIBIT._ PAGE me, or under my direction, in SCALD Ie1000 o\t) 0 30490 000l ,r r 4v A R �R 4Os50 , .4C� EXISTING L. RAMSGATE DRIVE fi ^P Z tiV Q C.? a Cw 542' 31'46"E L370 m 3r5.38whe f NI6' 37'43"M1 14.749 m S2973 g- TPOB t.=02' 01'07" R4T1.281 m L=6.035 m 8=04• 41'36" 1.1.041m 4 N5843'46" w (R? E i� s4, SHEET I OF I E OF,PAtt RCELEI h PER PM 11711 PMB 57/18 PARCEL MAP NO , 19924 PM$ 122/44-48 PARCEL 3 SW'LY LINE OF PARCEL 3 NE'LY LINE OF RAMSGATE DR E 537'42'40"W 15.333 m JO:MU M THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Eng eersInc, 331E EAST SIELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 TEL (909) 950-1982 FAXI (909) 941-0691 AREA 01STRICT o6 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 74 KLOPOST 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Noe SQUARE FEETe SQUARE WIER& I3522-2 62,904 5,844.0 PARCEL 13522-2 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHPITA_ PAGE A4 EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 3 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on a map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the most northerly corner of said Parcel 3, said corner being on the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, 30.00 feet half width [9.144 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map, said comer also being on a curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 864.004 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 27° 26' 53" West; thence southeasterly along the northeasterly line of said Parcel 3, South 27° 24' 45" East 2.785 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 955.061 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 39° 54' 50" West; thence southwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 18° 48' 57" an arc length of 313.639 meters to a point on the northeasterly line of Parcel 1, of Parcel Map No. 11711, filed in Book 57, Page 18 of Parcel Maps in said Office of said County Recorder, said point being distant thereon, South 64° 20' 02" East, 72.756 meters, from the northerly corner of said Parcel 1; thence along said northeasterly line of said parcel North 64° 20' 02" West, 40.787 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 995.661 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 58° 57 32" West; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 02° 14' 04" an arc length of 38.827 meters; thence North 09° 37' 26" West, 10.257 meters to the beginning of a non -tangent curve concave northeasterly having a radius of 315.240 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 37° 56' 20" West; thence northwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 04° 12' 47" an arc length of 23.179 meters; thence South 86° 20' 19" West, 9.677 meters to a point on said southeasterly line of State Highway 74, said southeasterly line being a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 209.311 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 50° 59' 54" West; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 12° 12' 39" an arc length of 44.608 meters; thence South 01° 24' 25" West, 9.293 meters to the beginning of a non -tangent curve concave northeasterly having a radius of 284.760 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 41 ° 49' 36" West; thence southeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 03° 31' 39" an arc length of 17.531 meters; thence North 81 ° 37' 42" East, 9.748 meters to the beginning of a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 955.661 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 54° 09' 42" West; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 05° 04' 39" an arc length of 88.234 meters to said southeasterly line of State Highway 74; thence along said southeasterly line North 58° 09' 32" East, 95.057 meters to the beginning of said first mentioned curve, said curve being a tangent curve concave southeasterly and having a radius of 864.004 meters; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 04° 23' 34" an arc length of 66.243 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 11,055.1 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 ). M: 19913ASEGMEED61t3523.000 EXHBIT.I_._ PAGE gia., The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.0 -13523 (13523-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surve = rs A // Signatu !/ i ,r//./ /�� , , , A SRO B S I, L.S. 4 3 ei..a7SE EXPIRES 9/30/01 Date: 4�,�r /62oov MA991380GADEEOS►I3523.DOG EXHIBITS PAGE SHEET I OF I LOT 12 PARCEL MAP NO. J0J7b PMB 65/29 PARCEL 3 PARCEL 4 Ue41' 0‘; teg'5 !RUs LOT 11 M9.11r 43'w _QM, _SI V �—PAAR'EL 11PE �R ` PMB 57/ 18 SE'LY LINE STATE HWY 74 PER PMB 122/44-46 R PARCEL MAP NO., l9924 PMB 122/44-48 PARCEL 3 t€ Y *Y ilidEPER /44-48 SCALES Is 1500 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALFORNA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983■ ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. ki 334 EAST SNELSY STREET ONTARIO. CA ST64 TEL. (90911501982 FAX( ISM 94I-0891 Associated Engineers Inc. r AREA DISTRICT oe COUNTY RIvERSIDE ROUTE KLOPOST 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Ras t3523-1 SQUARE FEET' 118.996 SQUARE METERS' 11,055.1 PARCEL 3523- SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXH I B IT_.__ PAGE AO EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 3 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on a map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the most northerly corner of said Parcel 3, said comer being on the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (30.00 feet half width) [9.144 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map, said comer also being on a curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 864.004 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 27° 26' 53" West; thence southwesterly along the northwesterly line of said Parcel 3, said southeasterly line and said curve through a central angle of 04°23'34" an arc length of 66.243 meters; thence South 58°09'32" West along said northwesterly and southeasterly line, 129.864 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continuing South 58°09'32" West along said northwesterly and southeasterly line, 32.170 meters to the beginning of a curve concave southeast having a radius of 209.311 meters; thence southwesterly along said northwesterly line, said southeasterly line and said curve through a central angle of 01 °14'02" an arc length of 4.508 meters; thence North 83°29'46" East, 19.075 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 14.143 meters; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 96°28'56" an arc length of 23.816 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 220.0 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (State Highway. 74 ). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.0 -13523 (13523-2) This real property description has been prepare j conformance with the Profes ion& � nd rvey• �- � Signature // ��."��Z��.�� ,,--- :; • , [ _ T , L.S. 4430 1C �F;" EXPfRES 9 /01 Date: M:199MEED9413sn-2.1)0C , or under my direction, in EXHIBITS PAGE$ SHEET I OF I PARCEL MAP NO. 10176 PMB 65/29 STATE HWYE74 PER PMB 122/44-48 PARCEL EARCE L3NPERRE OF PM8 122/44-48 PARCEL MAP No, 19924 PM$ 122/44-48 PARCEL 3 *Y SCALE' 1 ; 1500 ' THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORrMA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, ZONE 6. WLTPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTAN GROUNO LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, ino. 334 EAST SFELBY STREET ONTARIO► CA SIM TEL 03091 980-19112 FAX en 1 KIS DISTRICT oI CCU TY RIYERSCE ROUTE 74 ELOROST 27.9/32.0 PARCEL No.a 13523-2 SQUARE FEET. 2.368 SQUARE If M& 220.0 PARCEL 13523-2 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT. PAGE. EXHIBIT "A" Drainage Easement Being a portion of Parcel 3 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on a map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the most northerly corner of said Parcel 3, said corner being on the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (30.00 feet half width) [9.144 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map, said corner also being on a curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 864.004 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 27° 26' 53" West; thence southeasterly along the northeasterly line of said Parcel 3, South 27° 24' 45" East 2.785 meters to a point on a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 955.061 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 39° 54' 50" West; thence southwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 11 ° 38' 48" an arc length of 194.139 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continuing along said curve through a central angle of 01 °35'48" an arc length of 26.617 meters; thence South 88°37'31" East, 11.941 meters; thence North 37°43'02" East, 15.000 meters; thence • North 27°06'01" West, 10.668 meters to the the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 202.2 square meters. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.0 -13523 (13523-3) This real property description has been prepare • •y me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional = nd Surve Date: PiA991345EG1DOEEOS133523-3.DOC EXHIBIT. PAGEaQ._. f SHEET 1 OF 1 LOT 12 PARCEL MAP ND., l0J7b PM8 65/29 PARCEL 3 PARCEL 4 LOT II 5°' 1 1812: 55.'11Lai J/ NE'LY LINE PARCEL 3 PER PM8 122/44-46 � SE' tY L I NE STATM_ HNrY 74 PER pm 122/44-48 ��''��� 3p 1, , 4rT SCALE: I:1500 PARCEL NEAP NO. 19924 NEI 122/44-48 PARCEL 3 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1963. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTAN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, kic. 331 EAST S1ELeY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91 M TEL 19091140-19112 FAX10091 S41-01191 AREA DISTRICT oe COUNTY RrvERSCE ROUTE T4 XLOPOST 2T.9/32.0 PARCEL Noa 13523-3 SQUARE FEET: 2.IT6 SQUARE DETERS' 202.2 PARCEL 13523-3 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBITS pAGE.& EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement Being a portion of Parcel 3 of Parcel Map No. 19924, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on a map filed in Book 122, Pages 44 through 48 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Most northerly corner of said Parcel 3, said corner being on the southeasterly line of State Highway 74, (30.00 feet half width) [9.144 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map, said corner also being on a curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 864.004 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 27° 26' 53" West; thence southeasterly along the northeasterly line of said Parcel 3, South 27° 24' 45" East 2.785 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING, said point being on a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 955.061 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 39° 54' 50" West; thence southwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 11° 38' 48" an arc length of 194.139 meters; thence South 27°06'01" East, 10.668 meters; thence South 37°43'02" West, 15.000 meters; thence North 88°37'31" West, 11.941 meters to a point on the southwesterly continuation of said curve having a radius of 955.061 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 53°09'26" West; thence southwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 05°34'20", an arc length of 92.883 meters to a point on the northeasterly line of Parcel 1 of Parcel Map No. 11711, filed in Book 57, Page 18 of Parcel Maps in the Office of said County Recorder; thence South 64°20'02" East along said northeasterly line, 21.468 meters; thence North 21 °44'32" East, 7.854 meters; thence North 40°30'52" East, 241.351 meters; thence North 52°1 T04" East, 55.336 meters to a point on the northeasterly line of said Parcel 3; thence North 26°09'30" West along last said northeasterly line, 16.290 meters to an angle point in the boundary of said Parcel 3; thence North 74°07'10" West along last said northeasterly line, 10.466 meters to an angle point in the boundary of said Parcel 3; thence North 27°24'45" West along last said northeasterly line, 4.474 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 8333.4 square meters. The easement herein granted shall become effective upon the execution of this document and shall terminate on March 31, 2002 or upon filing of Notice of Completion, whichever first occurs. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. M:1991331SEG110EEDS113523i,000 08-RIV-74-30.0 -13523 (13523-4) EXHIBIT_Q._ PAGE... This real property description has been prepared conformance with the Professional L- d Surveyors Date: M A9913B\SEG 1 W EE DS‘ 13523-4. DOC m = or under my direction, in EXHIBIT A PAGE, R.S. 1 1 5/92 LOT 12 PARCEL 3 PARCEL 4 PARCEL MAP NO. JOilb PMB 65/29 LOT II SE'LY LINE STATE HWY 74 PER PMB 122/44-40 PARCEL MAP NO. 19924 PMB 122/44-49 PARCEL 3 ti . ►rye 43,\.‘b SHEET I OF I yrr*i. `1. �. 4.031 \New-0 *Y SCALED 111500 �� �PERLP.ILLN1171111CEL 1 P.M.B. 57/10 -... THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED � ON THE CALFORMA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF M83, \ 204E 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. kiAssociated Engineers, Inc. 334 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 TEL. (909} 980-1982 TAXI 11909) 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KILOROST 08 RIVERSIDE 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Nos 0523-4 SQUARE FEETI 09.700 SQUARE IETE & 0,333.4 PARCEL 13523-4 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBITAL PAGEJL, EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 1 and Lot "C" (Chris Circle), situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on Parcel Map No. 9985, on file in Book 46, Page 72 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the southeasterly line of said Parcel 1, distant northeasterly thereon, North 65° 26' 52" East, 42.489 meters from the southerly corner of said parcel, said southeasterly line being the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, 50.00 feet half width [15.240 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence northeasterly along said southeasterly line of said Parcel 1, the southeasterly line of said Lot "C" and said northwesterly line, North 65° 26' 52" East, 54.083 meters to a point of intersection with the northeasterly line of said Lot C; thence northwesterly along said northeasterly line, North 24° 33' 09" West, 9.898 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northeasterly having a radius of 60.954 meters; thence northwesterly along said northeasterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 04° 47' 02" an arc length of 5.089 meters; thence South 50° 01' 22" West, 56.324 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 403.9 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 and Chris Circle). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-29.3-13525 (13525-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyo Signature =' • �� CBI • ` S' , L.S. 4430 LIC a Date: E EXPIRES 9/30/01 ah,'"7.teetP MA99131ASEG ►oeEDS1,isszs.00c EXHIBIT.. PAGE SHEET I OF I *Y SCALE: 11000 NO 9985 PMB 46/72 PARCEL 2 / / / Qoe A*\5 < PARCEL 3 1 P44 . -r„ c(`(> PARCEL 4 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTA/N GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, k>Ic. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARiO, CA 91764 TEL. 0091 980-1982 FA%2 WO% 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KILOPOST 08 RIVERSIDE 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Pia/ 1352S-1 SQUARE FEET* 4.34T SQUARE METER& 403.9 PARCEL 13525-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT A PAGEt2.6._ mA99139\seyl‘plotsu3525-1.4:01 EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement Being a portion of Parcel 1 of Parcel Map No. 9985, situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on map filed in Book 46, Page 72 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing the most southerly corner of said Parcel 1, said point also being on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74 (50.00 feet half width) [15.240 meters) as shown on said Parcel Map; thence North 65° 26' 52" East along the southeasterly line of said Parcel 1 and said northwesterly line, 42.489 meters; thence North 50°01'22" East, 13.001 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continuing North 50°01'22" East, 12.000 meters; thence North 39°58'35" West, 2.500 meters; thence South 50°01'22" West, 12.000 meters; thence South 39°58'35" East, 2.500 metereto the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 30.0 square meters. The easement herein granted shall become effective upon the execution of this document and shall terminate on August 31, 2003 or upon filing of Notice of Completion, whichever first occurs. The bearings and distances used in the above description are rased on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-29.3-13525 (13525-2) This real property scription has been prepare •y _, or under my direction, in conformance wit P : Profe = • Lan, urveyo / //, : ( / '-%:/,';.:1 -.4ifr / J ';i'}rH • B =7'"" , L.S. 4430 LIC y Signatur Date: EXPIRES 9/30/01 MA991384SEG IWEEDS113525-2.40C EXHIBITS PAGE 37 SHEET 14E I *Y SCALD Is500 PARCEL 2 0 �S'( LNG r i V) La CU C=� CC 914 ar q-`4 A' o` 2Kbk �v THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. kik 3311 EAST SNELIIN STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 TE1.. i9091180-19SR FAXt MOM 94h0691 Associated Engineers, Inc. AREA 01STRICT OA COUNTY RNERSIDE ROUTE 74 A LOPOST 27.1/32.0 PARCEL Nor 13525-2 SQUARE FEET. 323 SQUARE iETER& 30.0 PARCEL. 13525-2 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBILIL PAGE EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Lot 9, situated in the unincorporated territory of Riverside County, State of California, as shown on a Record of Survey, on file in Book 15, Page 92 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: COMMENCING at the southwesterly corner of said Lot 9, said corner being on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, 60.00 feet wide [18.288 meters] as shown on said Record of Survey, said line being a curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 882.162 meters, a radial line through said corner bears North 25° 32' 07" West; thence northeasterly along the southeasterly line of said Lot 9, said northwesterly line of State Highway 74 and along said curve through a central angle of 00° 01' 14" an arc length of 0.318 meters to a point of intersection of said southeasterly line with aline being parallel with and 0.305 meters easterly measured at right angles from the westerly line of said Lot 9, said point being the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING, a radial line through said point bears North 25° 30' 53" West; thence continuing northeasterly along said southeasterly line, said northwesterly line of State Highway 74 and said curve through a central angle of 00° 02' 44" an arc length of 0.700 meters; thence continuing northeasterly along said southeasterly line and said northwesterly line of State Highway 74, North 64° 31' 51" East, 65.185 meters to the point of intersection with the westerly line of the easterly 19.050 meters of said Lot 9, said westerly line being the westerly line of a document to resolve any ambiguities in calls, recorded February 6, 1970, in Instrument No. 11820 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder; thence northerly along said westerly line of said document to resolve ambiguities, North 00° 32' 41" East, 55.731 meters; thence South 64° 13' 01" West, 17.078 meters; thence South 54° 37' 08" West, 62.449 meters to a point on said parallel line; thence southerly along said parallel line, South 08° 49' 21" East, 40.958 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 3217.3 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (State Highway 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.2-13543 (13543-1) This real property description has been prepar:. b e, or under my direction, in conformance wi • the Prof -_ sio Lan FXHIB LA_ PAGES * Y LOT I SHEET I OF I SCALE: 1:1000 0.305 m LOT 10 W'LY LINE OF LOT 9 N25'30'53"W (R) N25'32'07"W (R)\ \\ POC \\ �o W'LY LINE OF E'LY 19.050 m LOT 9_______- t LOT 9 W'LY LINE DOC TO RESOLVE AMBIGUTIES REC FEB. 6, 1970 INST. NO.11820 O.R. A 19.MO m al* ►t A , \11/41 S. 0 NG `A \ - ���� iv - THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00009192 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. kk Associated Engineers, Inc. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA 91764 TEL. (909) 980-1982 FAXt (9091 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT o8 COUNTY RfVERSIDE ROUTE KILOPOST 74 2T.9/32.0 PARCEL No.: SQUARE FEET: SQUARE 1ETERS: 13543-1 34,630 3,217.3 PARCEL 13543-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT_Q__ PAGE m:\99138\ segl\plats \ 13543-Ldgn EXHIBIT "A" Fee That portion of the easterly 62.50 feet [19.050 meters] of Lot 9, situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, being a portion of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, as shown on a Record of Survey on file in Book 15, Page 92 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the easterly line of said Lot 9, distant northerly thereon, North 00° 32' 41" East, 55.861 meters from the southeasterly corner of said Lot 9; thence southerly along said easterly line, South 00° 32' 41" West, 49.078 meters to a point on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, as described in a grant deed recorded November 21, 1975, in Instrument No. 145709 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder; thence southwesterly along said northwesterly line, South 64° 31' 51" West, 21.196 meters to a point of intersection with the westerly line of said easterly 19.050 meters of Lot 9, said westerly line being the westerly line of a document to resolve ambiguities recorded February 6, 1970, as Instrument No. 11820 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder; thence northerly along said westerly line, North 00° 32' 41" East 48.948 meters; thence North 64° 13' 01" East, 21.253 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 933.6 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.2-13544 (13544-1) This real property description has been prepare • b me, or under my direction, in conformance wi a Profession . Land Surve Signature 1/.../ ./��/� /_ ���� �; •; 1rTe N 1 * I, .S. 4430 4000LIC,4= ES 9/30101 _ Date: mA991391SEG11DEEDS ,13S41.000 EXH!B1T..,. _ PAGEAl._ SHEET I OF I LOT 9 E'LY 19.050m t62.50'1 ..i OF LOT 9 TPLY LINE OF DOCUMENT TO RESLOVE AMBIGUITIES RECORDED FEB. 6.19TO AS INST. N0. 111320. O.R. Riw oe.° fs‘ Associated Engineers, hc. 33N EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 TEL. 19091980-1982 FAX 19091941-0E91 w 206 AREA DISTRICT OB COUNTY ROUTE KILOPOST RIVERSIDE T4 2T.9/32.0 PARCEL Noy 13544-1 SQUARE FEETs 10.049 SQUARE 1ETM 933.6 POB i SCALD 11000 PORTION SEC.29 T.55.. R.aw..S.B.M. EASTERLY LINE OF LOT 9 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1903. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00009192 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES, PARCEL. 13544-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION 8:rsgAp4at u3544cayn EXHIBITS PAGE EXHIBIT "A" , Fee Being a portion of the Northwest Quarter of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, said Section being shown on an official plat on file in the District Land Office of the Bureau of Land Management, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the easterly line of Lot 9, as shown on a Record of Survey on file in Book 15, Page 92 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, distant northerly thereon, North 00° 32' 41" East, 55.861 meters, from the southeasterly corner of said Lot 9; thence southerly along said easterly line, South 00° 32' 41" West, 49.078 meters to a point on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, as described in a grant deed recorded November 21, 1975, as Instrument No. 145709 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder; thence northeasterly along said northwesterly line, North 64° 31' 51" East 14.474 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 421.404 meters; thence northeasterly along said curve, continuing along said northwesterly line through a central angle of 03° 51' 38" an arc length of 28.393 meters to a point on the easterly line of the land described as Parcel 1 of a grant deed, recorded on July 11, 1989, as Instrument No. 230187 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder; thence northerly along said easterly line, North 00° 33' 27" East 49.803 meters to a point on a non - tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 999.744 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 28° 35' 26" West; thence southwesterly along said curve, through a central angle of 01° 17' 55" an arc length of 22.659 meters; thence South 64° 13' 01" West, 20.565 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 1881.5 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00009192 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.3-13545 (13545-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Profession.I Land Surve A Signature LAN RSKI, L.S. 4430 ES 9/30/01 Date: " /G eelo M A99138\SEG ADEE D5\13 545.DOC D EXHIBITS PAGE�3 . *Y SHEET I OF I SCALD It1000 R.S. 15/92 LOT 9 R/W PORTION SEC.29 T.55., R.4W.,S.B.M. PARCEL MAP NO. to 9o2 PMB 53/7 PARCEL 4 Z � Z � E'LY LINE OF PARCEL 1 PER�� } INST. NO. AC230187. O.R. 3 RECORDED JUL.11.1989 E'LY LINE OF LOT 9 POB \ \its \� \9i L1•01'17'55" \ R-999.744 m \ L-22.659 m THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE: BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00009192 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 331 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 9IT64 TEL. f9091 980-1982 FA14 f9091 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KILOPOST 08 RIVERSIDE TA 27.9/32.0 PARCEL No4 13545-1 SQUARE FEETI 20,252 SQUARE IETTERR51 1.881.5 PARCEL 13545-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION ms\99136\4091\Plata V3545-149n EXHIBIT_ �4 PAGE - 4 EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, said Section being shown on an official plat on file in the District Land Office of the Bureau of Land Management, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the point on the east line of the West Half of the East Half of said Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 29 distant thereon, North 00° 34' 07" East, 18.843 meters from a point of intersection with northwesterly line of State Highway 74, 60.00 feet (18.288 meters] wide as described in a deed recorded December 7, 1915 in Book 433, Page 54 of Deeds in the Office of the County Recorder of said County; thence southerly along said easterly line, South 00° 34' 07" West, 18.843 meters to said point of intersection on said northwesterly line; thence southwesterly along said northwesterly line, South 82° 17' 46" West, 163.778 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 227.597 meters; thence continuing southwesterly along said northwesterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 34° 04' 33" an arc length of 135.360 meters; thence continuing southwesterly along said northwesterly line, South 48° 13' 12" West, 26.154 meters to a point on the westerly line of said Northeast Quarter of Section 29; thence northerly, along said westerly line, North 00° 32' 42" East, 32.480 meters to a point on a non - tangent curve concave southerly having a radius of 999.744 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 22° 39' 19" West; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 11 ° 23' 06", an arc length of 198.657 meters; thence North 78° 43' 47" East, 45.757 meters; thence North 77° 47' 37" East, 69.814 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 3596.7 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.5 -13548 (13548-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surv- or ct. Signature M:19913B1SEG110EEDS113548.DOC , L.S. 4430 IRES 9/30/01 /* Zvva EXHfBIT..z� PAGE S�. EAST LINE W '/2 E ''/2, NW '/4, NE 1/4. SEC. 29 SCALE: 112000 NE 1/4 SEC J 29; 1%5SJ ; R -41V1J y SJSAM, RJSJ 16/5 CIO • a E F �a 0 44. ti4 4. r POB a� Ale 4b 12. A p. fo r THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORPMA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF M83. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00010079 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 331 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA 91764 TEL. (909) 980-1982 FAX' (909) 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT 08 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 74 KK.OPOST 27.9/32.0 PARCEL Nor 13548-1 SQUARE FEET' 38.714 SQUARE METERS' 3.596.7 PARCEL 13548-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION �+�\991113 saa1\Netts \135411-I 10n EXHIBITA_ PAGE_ EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of the Northeast Quarter of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, situated in the City of Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, said Section being shown on an official plat on file in the District Land Office of the Bureau of Land Management, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the point on the west line of the East Half of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter of said Northeast Quarter of Section 29 distant thereon, North 00° 34' OT' East, 18.843 meters from a point of intersection with the northerly line of State Highway 74, 60.00 feet wide 08.288 meters] as described in a deed recorded, December 7, 1915, in Book 433, Page 54 of Deeds in the Office of the County Recorder of said County; thence southerly along said westerly line, South 00° 34' 07" West, 18.843 meters to said point of intersection on said northerly line; thence easterly along said northerly line, North 82° 17' 46" East, 65.807 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northerly having a radius of 451.111 meters; thence continuing easterly along said northerly line and along said curve through a central angle of 09° 49' 13" an arc length of 77.320 meters; thence North 49° 12' 29" West, 32.248 meters; thence South 75° 29' 58" West, 68.979 meters; thence South 77° 47' 37" West, 50.328 meters to said POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 3117.6 square meters (33,558 square feet). TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74730.7-13550 (13550-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyor ct. Signature tzde..04/, .I� % . , L.S. 4430 .-r---", i ijo-- LICE Date: M A99136ASEG S1DEEDS‘13550.00C E I . S 9/30/01 4re EXHIBIT,A._ PAGE�L N. 4Y L ItiE SLATE �p � WY 74 PER BDox 433, PAGE 54. DEEDS7RECORDED 3 1 t d=O4' 4§'13" R=451� 2�23.2a m � PROPOSED STATE HWY 74 EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 3, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on Parcel Map No. 16937, on file in Book 97, Page 3 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the westerly line of said Parcel 3 distant northerly thereon, North 00° 31' 42" East, 33.895 meters from the southwesterly corner of said Parcel 3; thence southerly along said westerly line of said Parcel 3, South 00° 31' 42" West, 33.895 meters to said southwesterly corner, said southwesterly corner being a point on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, 100.00 feet wide [30.480 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map, said northwesterly line being the southeasterly line of said Parcel 3, said northwesterly line also being a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 445.016 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 18° 37' 52" East; thence northeasterly along said southeasterly line, said northwesterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 04° 07' 20" an arc length of 32.017 meters; thence continuing northeasterly along said southeasterly and said northwesterly lines, North 67° 14' 49" East, 101.625 meters to an angle point in said southeasterly line, said angle point being a point on the right of way line of Walling Road, as shown on said Parcel Map: thence continuing northeasterly along said southeasterly line and said right of way line of said Walling Road, North 24° 37' 59" East, 10.352 meters; thence continuing along said southeasterly line and said right of way line of Walling Road, North 22° 45' 11" West, 0.044 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave easterly having a radius of 54.860 meters; thence northerly along the easterly line of said Parcel 3, westerly line of said Walling Road and said curve through a central angle of 10° 49' 31" an arc length of 10.365 meters to the beginning of a non -tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 38.100 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 08° 26' 12" West; thence southwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 22° 04' 29" an arc length of 14.679 meters: thence South 59° 29' 19" West, 34.033 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 152.400 meters; thence southwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 16° 00' 40" an arc length of 42.587 meters; thence South 75° 29' 59" West, 29.354 meters; thence North 55° 01' 58" West, 16.905 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 2200.6 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 and Walling Road). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. This real prope conformance Date: M A99138\SEGADEED51,13552- 08-RIV-74-31.0-13552 (13552-1) been prep ury me, or under my direction, in {r Y SHEET { OF E SCALE: 1:1000 t� J S o 99135-39 0 1 r• O PARCEL i PARCEL 2 PARCEL L MAP NO., J b93 J PMB 97/3 POB NSs. w • sass*. 5. -9 -5'is549m• 20N 0A 0 06 11%fi P .AA5.0,'l �40$2•' S doP 58 OQ(0O ��� a / G' �� N ' r / / PARCEL 3 9.144 my, 9.144 m NOgg' 26' 12"W (R) R=3$ 100 m 78r0a' 13"Ir flb-Ft4.8f6 m t.-22'04'29" R=38.100 m L=14.679 m SSA A 0�6 �a.5 0 365 l' � O.OAA m R!i 0q le N22 A5� �\N� R ,A2• ,0, •625 Dt // -- -7 I 1 1 rOdod ON 111VM NE 1/4 SEC. 29 / T. 5S.. R. 4W.. S. B. M. R S 1615 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF M83. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00010097 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. ki,„ 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO• CA 91764 TEL. 1909) 980-1982 FAX; 1909) 941-0891 Associated Engineers, Inc. AREA DISTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KILOPOST 08 RIVERSIDE 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL No.: 13552-1 SQUARE FEET: 23.687 SQUARE METERS: 2,200.6 PARCEL 13552-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT A PAGE m:\ 99138\seal\Plots \13552-1. dgn EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 2, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on Parcel Map No. 14064, on file in Book 79, Page 66 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said Riverside County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the point on the easterly line of said Parcel 2 distant northerly thereon, North 01 ° 07'• 54" East, 10.209 meters from the southeasterly corner of said Parcel; thence southerly along said easterly line of said Parcel 2, South 01° 07' 54" West, 10.209 meters to said southeasterly corner, said southeasterly corner being on the northwesterly line of a portion of State Highway 74, as described in an "Abandonment of Superseded State Highway" recorded January 24, 1977, as Instrument No. 12339 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder, said southeasterly corner also being a point on a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 209.311 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 42° 27' 55" East; thence southwesterly along the southeasterly line of said Parcel 2, said northwesterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 05° 54' 09" an arc length of 21.563 meters to a point on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, 100.00 feet wide [30.480 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southwesterly along said northwesterly line and continuing along said southeasterly line of said Parcel 2, South 67° 14' 49" West, 17.308 meters to the southeasterly corner of an easement for public road and utility purposes to the County of Riverside, recorded September 23, 1981, as Instrument No. 178821 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder; thence northwesterly along the northeasterly line of said easement to said County of Riverside, North 70° 08' 19" West, 10.352 meters to an angle point in said easement to the County of Riverside; thence northwesterly along the northeasterly line of said easement to said County of Riverside, North 22° 45' 11" West, 0.044 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northeasterly having a radius of 36.572 meters; thence continuing northwesterly along said northeasterly line of said easement to said County of Riverside and along said curve through a central angle of 13° 30' 10" an arc length of 8.619 meters; thence North 67° 17' 49" East, 48.686 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 639.2 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 and Walling Road). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-31.1-13553 (13553-1) This real property description has been prepared b me, or under my direction, in conformance wit a Profe io ar.urv: � • 7, Signature -% /, .S. 4430 Date: MA99138 SEGMEEDS113553.DOG EXNIBIT_A_ PAGEyiL. MAURICIO AVENUE SHEET I OF 1 i 9.144 m WALLING ROAD tgf 59Q.. gA'58'I �- . NE'LY LINE OF EASEMENT , TO COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE PER INST. NO. 178821. O.R. iyrr1b3$Z /°4 RECORDED SEP.23.1981 04 PARCEL 2 PARCEL MAP N0.. J 4064 PM9 /9/66 Associated Engineers, inc. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA W64 TEL. (909) 980-1982 FAX; (9093 941-0891 CI ' 0. A°f 517 S� oe°4'‘' 4 I AREA DISTRICT 08 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE T4 KILOPOST 2/.9/32.0 PARCEL Noa 13553-1 SQUARE FEET' 6.880 SQUARE AETERSI S39.2 S• it Y SCALE' 11500 E'LY LINE PARCEL 2 POB S� C��- 2 Q s? • \A s 11.11,Lt f` iy SI'' Np. / / i THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHORN ARE BASED ON THE CALFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. TZONE O OBTAIN GROUND DISTANCES BY 1.00010079 GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. PARCEL 13553-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT.. _ PAGES.. EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 3, of Parcel Map No. 14064, situated in the City of Lake Elsinore, County of Riverside, State of California, on file in Book 79, Page 66 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the westerly line of said Parcel 3 distant northerly thereon, North 01° 07' 54" East, 10.209 meters from the southwesterly corner of said Parcel; thence southerly alorLg said westerly line of said Parcel 3, South 01° 07' 54" West, 10.209 meters to said southwesterly corner, said southwesterly corner being on the northwesterly line of a portion of State Highway 74, as described in an "Abandonment of Superseded State Highway" recorded January 24, 1977, as Instrument No. 12339 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder, said southwesterly corner also being a point on a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 209.311 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 42° 27' 56" East; thence northeasterly along the southeasterly line of said Parcel 3, said northwesterly line and along said curve through a central angle of 04° 51' 25" an arc length of 17.743 meters; thence continuing along said southeasterly line and said northwesterly line of said Parcel 3, North 42° 40' 39" East, 7.466 meters; thence South 65° 52' 53" West, 19.092 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 93.2 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-31.1-13554 (13554-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyors Act. Signature ��....1� //i� S L E 1r IOTI-, L.S. 6334 LICENSE EXPIRES 12/31/02 Date: MA99138\.S EG 1 W E EDS\ 13 5 S 4-1. DO C EXH I B ITA_- PAGE 53 * Y SHEET I OF I SCALE. It500 PARC�'L 2 PARCEL POB 014 Lpi` t g2 91w" Q� 1 PARC L 3 MAP NO., 140b4 FM8 79/bb WIY LINE PARCEL 3 555q.09� �3 i i ��o �' S- A0�� - A 60oeoSE� S PEE N �pR /�NG ��1AS r THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00010079 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. kilk 33N EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA 91764 TEL. ISO% 980-19132 FA* I9091 941-0891 Associated Engineers, Inc. l DISTRICT 08 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE KILOPOST 71 27.9/32.0 AREA PARCEL Nor 13554-1 50UARE FEETi 1,003 SQUARE METER& 93.2 PARCEL 13554-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION • M • • EXHIBIT_ PAGE54 EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of Califomia, said Section being shown on an official plat on file in the District Land Office of the Bureau of Land Management, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the point of intersection of the southerly line of said Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 29, with the southerly line of State Highway 74, 60.00 feet wide [18.288 meters] as described in a Deed recorded, December 24, 1914, in Book 406, Page 51 of Deeds in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, said southeasterly line being a curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 209.311 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 40° 59' 08" West; thence northeasterly along said southeasterly line and said curve through a central angle of 33° 16' 53" an arc length of 121.583 meters; thence easterly along said southerly line of State Highway 74, North 82° 17' 46" East, 161.119 meters to a point on the easterly line of the West Half of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of. Section 29; thence southerly along said easterly line, South 00° 34' 08" West, 21.775 meters; thence South 77° 56' 23" West, 41.204 meters; thence South 89° 10' 24" West, 43.347 meters; thence South 73° 04' 24" West, 61.657 meters; thence South 76° 00' 24" West, 74.533 meters; thence South 80° 30' 14" West, 26.569 meters to a point on said first mentioned southerly line; thence westerly along said southerly line, North 89° 16' 25" West, 27.522 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 6628.0 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6.. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.5-13557 (13557-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with a Profession = = nd Surve Signature l//iU_ r'��...., ��� �� '' MBI • - 1, L.S. 4430 Date: __,,,,P LICE -E jS 9/30/01 KA9913e1$EGIWEED51,13557.00c / 2cve EXHIBIT A PAGE 5 E' LY LNw E/40F W NE TA SEC. 29 S'LY LINE OF STATE HYYY 74 PER BOOK 406 PAGE 51t DEEDS RECORDED DEC. 24. 1914 SCALD 111500 F� S, PORTION SEC.29 T.5S., R.4W..S.B.M. 500.34.08"w 21:775 m N LI rN ccco a 1.0 � v Z M 4 " --I4 w U U Q Q CL S'LY LINE NE 1/4sec. 29 " .' co 10 —1 Lu —. Ls cc vi r EOL Q � m c " r r� g Q Q m N � +� �� 'q o$o e�°•g9�• 05 � � a POB U r4 n, u cr Q 4 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 643. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00010079 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. 16, 334 EAST SNELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 917$4 TEL. (909) 980-19E2 FAX, I9091 941-01391 Associated Engineers, hc. AREA DISTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KILOPOST 09 RIVERSIDE 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL NW 13557-1 SQUARE FEET1 74342 SQUARE METER& 6.628.0 PARCEL. 13557-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBITS PA G Eige. EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 2 of Parcel Map No. 15187, filed in Book 94, Pages 73 and 74 of Parcel Maps, in the Office of County Recorder of Riverside County, situated in the unincorporated territory of said County of Riverside, State of California, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the northwesterly corner of said Parcel 2, said northwesterly corner being a point on the southerly line of State Highway 74, 50.00 feet half width [15.240 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence easterly along said southerly line and the northerly line of said Parcel 2, North 82° 17' 46" East, 37.488 meters to an angle point in said Parcel 2, said angle point being the northwesterly corner of Country Drive, 60.00 feet wide [18.288 meters] as shown on said Parcel Map; thence southeasterly along the northeasterly line of said Parcel 2 and the southwesterly line of said Country Drive, South 48° 33' 49" East, 11.519 meters; thence southerly along the easterly line of said Parcel 2 and the westerly line of said Country Drive, South 00° 34' 37' West, 3.973 meters; thence South 79° 29' 26" West, 27.567 meters; thence South 77° 56' 23" West, 19.220 meters to a point on said westerly line of said Parcel 2; thence northerly along said westerly line of said Parcel 2, North 00°34'08" East, 15.615 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 604.8 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 and Country Drive). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.7-13558 (13558-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surv=yors t. Signatur- ����i�%'/�� ��1 er MBIORSKI, L. . 4430 LI � SE P ES 9/30/01 Date: m A9913ASEG MPEEOS\13558.DOC 2v®a EXHIBIT,A. PAGE,, SHEET 1 OF I R'S, 16/5 SED ST ATE HWY � A �. pROPO _ �� E IX IX STING STATE HWY 74 N'LY LINE OF PARCEL 2 W'LY LINE OF P. PARCEL 2 N82' 17' 46..E 57.488 m POB - 1g 220gmw R/W PARCEL 2 S'LY LINE OF STATE HWY 74 PER PMB 94/73-74 500'34'37^W 3.973 m 57�..29 1' PARCEL MAP NOS 15187 PM8 94/73-74 NE'LY LINE OF PARCEL 2 4 O N 2 J - W JCC >a Ja w * Y SCALE: 1500 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE: BASED ON THE CALFFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00010079 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 3. EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 91764 TEL. (909)980-1982 FAxt f909:941-0891 AREA DISTRICT Oa COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 74 KLOPOST 27.9/32.0 PARCEL No.: SQUARE FEET: SQUARE METERS: 13558-I 6.SIO 604.8 PARCEL 13558-'1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBfTA_ PAGE Sg EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of the Northeast Quarter of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on a Record of Survey on file in Book 16, Page 5 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the westerly line of the east 45.720 meters of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 29, said westerly line being shown as the centerline of Country Drive, 30.00 feet half width [9.144 meters] on Parcel Map No. 15187, on file in Book 94, Pages 73 and 74 of Parcel Maps in the Office of said County Recorder, distant thereon, South 00° 34' 36" West, 11.640 meters from the southerly line of State Highway 74 , as described in a Deed recorded November 8, 1974 as Instrument No. 144255 of Official Records in the Office of said County Recorder; thence northerly along said westerly line, North 00° 34' 36" East, 11.640 meters to said southerly line of State Highway 74; thence easterly along said southerly fine, North 82° 17' 46" East, 13.820 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northerly having a radius of 475.493 meters; thence continuing easterly along said southerly line and along said curve through a central angle of 15° 02' 57" an arc length of 124.892 meters; thence continuing northeasterly along the southeasterly line of said State Highway 74, North 67° 14' 49" East, 140.948 meters; thence South 61 ° 29' 57" West, 55.898 meters to the beginning of a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 335.281 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 28° 36' 07" East; thence southwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 07° 20' 10" an arc length of 42.929 meters; thence South 68° 40' 06" West, 84.794 meters; thence South 75° 28' 36" West, 100.143 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 1747.0 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.9-13559 (13559-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Profession: Land Surveyors ct. ill "." Signature ..4112,///�y/i.e, f Fr A"" �r�•-N �,/: .7 LICE 1- E PI S 9/30/01 I, L.S. 4430 Date: U Ziee� MA99134SESEGIVEEDS113559.000 EXHIBITS PAGE SHEET I OF I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ',ON PARCEL MAP NO 16937 PMB 97/3 PARCEL 3 R.S. 99/35-39 Cyr r b� ash 1' 1 ' S' 15' 57"E IR1 i s S'LY LINE OF STATE HNY 74 PER INST. NO. 144255. O.R. RECORDED NOV. 6, 1974 NE 1/4 SEC. 29 T. 5S. , R. 4W. , S. B. M. to, N m R.S. 16/5 w'LY LINE OF E'LY � / I 717/12: m3 OF CNE SEC0 F COUNTY DRIVE PER PI13 94/73-74 SCALEu 111500 Y ,r PARCEL MAP Na. 15197 34' 36"E 11.640 ■ PMB 94/73-74 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00010079 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA SITS, TEL. C9091 9SO-1M FAX, (9091 941-00S1 AREA DISTRICT OS COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 74 KILOPOST 2T.9/32.0 PARCEL No.: 13559-1 SQUARE FEETr 18,804 SQUARE AFTER& 1.747.0 PARCEL 13559-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXH t B ILA_ PAG E 1a1� EXHIBIT "A" Fes Being a portion of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 21, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on a map filed in Book 17, Page 13 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the point on the easterly line of land described in a grant deed recorded March 12, 1962, as Instrument No. 22471 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder, distant northerly thereon, North 01 ° 03' 03" East, 23.024 meters from the southeasterly corner of said land; thence southerly along said easterly line, South 01 ° 03' 03" West, 23.024 meters to said southeasterly corner, said southeasterly corner being a point on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, 60.00 feet wide [18.288 meters] as shown on said map; thence northeasterly along said northwesterly line, North 68° 08' 04" East, 163.008 meters to a point on the northerly line of the South Half of said Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 21 as shown on said map; thence westerly along said northerly line, South 89° 41' 37" West, 63.307 meters; thence South 67° 55' 48" West, 66.701 meters; thence South 64° 28' 46" West, 28.522 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 2953.1 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010548 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-31.9-13579 (13579-1) This real property descriptihas been prepar- b me, or under my direction, in conformance wi tea' a Pr .io Lan MA99138\SEGADEED91/413579-1.00C EXHIBITS PAGE L2L SHEET I OF I EXIST.q_ HAMMACK AVE----)1( NORTH LINE S 1/2 SE 1/4 SW 1/ SECTION 21 PAR C 1 R, S J ?AgGEL 23 E'LY LINE GRANT DEED REC. MAR. 12, 1962 POB I NST. NO. 22471 O. R. SCALES Is1000 IJSJ 17/13 SE J/4; SW 1/4 SEC Jj}W 2J y T,SSy J yr J� J J J y S J 8 J J J J J NW'LY LINE STATE HWY 74 N01'03'03"E 23.024 m SE COR GRANT DEED REC. MAR. 12, 1962 INST. NO. 224710.R. Associated Engineers, inc. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA 917E4 TEL. f9091 980-1982 FAKr f9091 941-0891 AREA DISTRIC T 08 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 74 KILOPOST 27.9/32.0 PARCEL No.: SQUARE FEET: SQUARE METERS: 13579-1 31,787 2,953.1 I THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00010548 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. PARCEL 13579-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION m: \ 9913B\ sepl\ plats \I3 579-I. Nn 1 EXHIBIT PAGE PAG E EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement Being a portion of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 21, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on a map filed in Book 17, Page 13 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the southeasterly corner of the land described in a grant deed recorded March 12, 1962, as instrument No. 22471 of Official Records in said Office of said County Recorder, said corner being a point on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, (60.00 feet wide) [18.288 meters] as shown on said map; thence North 01 ° 03' 03" East along the easterly line of said land 23.024 meters; thence North 64°28'46" East, 28.522 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence North 67°55'48" East, 66.701 meters to the north line of the South One -Half of said Southeast One -Quarter of the Southwest One -Quarter of Section 21; thence South 89°41'3T' West along said north line, 71.821 meters; thence South 22°04'13" East, 26.630 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 888.1 square meters. The easement herein granted shall become effective upon the execution of this document and shall terminate on August 31, 2003 or upon filing of Notice of Completion, whichever first occurs. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010548 to obtain ground level distances. 08-R1V-74-31.9-13579 (13579-2) This real property description has been prepares• b� e, or under my direction, in conformance wit h► a Profes ' • rt f' = rve Signature dger LICE�EXPI 9 •/01 MASOLMSEG ADEEDS113579-2.DDC EXHIBITS PAGE1a. SHEET I OF I EX I ST. q_ HAbMACK AVE--" PARCEL 23 E'LY LINE REC. MAR. 1 NST. NO. GRANT DEED 12. 1962 22471 O. R. t %Ails - OW R.S. 17/13 SE 1/4; SEC, 21; R,4W.y N01'03'03"E 23.024 ■1 SW 1 /4 7.5S.; S .i 8 J M J SE COR GRANT DEED EEC. MAR. 12.1962 INST. NO.22471 O.R. Associated Engineers, Ina 331I EAST SNELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 9IT64 TE—.1909) 98049/2 FAX. 009) 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT OR COUNTY RIVERSOE ROUTE T4 OLMST 27.9/32.0 PARCEL NO4 13579-2 SOUARE FEEis 9.559 SQUARE METERS. GM THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983, TO OBTAIN GROUNDDLEVEL DISTANCEES.40 6. MULTIPLY TANCES BY L000105 PARCEL 13579-2 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT.., PAGE1A EXHIBIT "A" Fee In the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, being a portion of that parcel of land in the West Half of Section 21, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian shown as Parcel 27 on Record of Survey, filed in Book 24, Page 77 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point on the northeasterly line of said Parcel 27 distant thereon, North 21° 51' 57" West, 26.667 meters from the most easterly corner of said Parcel; thence southeasterly along said northeasterly line, South 21 ° 51' 57" East, 26.667 meters to said easterly corner, said easterly corner being a point on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, 50.00 feet half width [15.240 meters], shown as State Highway 395 on said Record of Survey; thence southwesterly along the southeasterly line of said Parcel, and said northwesterly line, South 68° 08' 04" West, 96.662 meters to the easterly line of Hammack Avenue, 60.00 feet wide [18.288 meters] as shown on said Record of Survey; thence northerly along said easterly line, North 00° 51' 07" East, 31.539 meters; thence South 62° 58' 25" East, 15.280 meters; thence North 67° 55' 47" East, 50.235 meters; thence North 47° 55' 38" East, 25.789 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 1836.8 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 and Hammack Avenue). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010548 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-32.0-13581 (13581-1) This real property description has been prepared b conformance wit he Prof-ssion and Surve Signature Date: M:\9913815EG1DEEDSj13581-1.DOC I, L.S. 4430 0/01 me, or under my direction, in EXHIBlT_A_ PAGED * Y SHEET I OF 1 SCALE: 1:1000 e R.S. 4/ 11 W % , SEC. 21 T.5S., R.4W., S.S.M. PARCEL 28 POB PARCEL 26 R QG� 21 0 G A `{ 1A � PEE N� _ Sao s/ PROPO� 69 - ,( 1 A �SZ \N THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF M83, ZONE 6. MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00010548 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 3311 EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA 91764 TEL. 009) 980-1982 FAxi 1909) 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KILOPOST 08 RIVERSIDE 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL No.s 13581-1 SQUARE FEET: M771 SQUARE METERS: 1,836.8 PARCEL 13581-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT PAGEleIee_.. rn-\ 94131'i\ SAni\ Mnt.c\ f3 FAI-I. Linn EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement In the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, being a portion of that parcel of land in the West Half of Section 21, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian shown as Parcel 27 on Record of Survey, filed in Book 24, Page 77 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the most easterly corner of said Parcel 27, said easterly comer being a point on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74, (50.00 feet half width) [15.240 meters), shown as State Highway 395 on said Record of Survey; thence North 21° 51' 5r West along the northeasterly line of said Parcel 27, 26.667 meters; thence South 47°55'38" West, 25.789 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence North 22° 04' 12" West, 22.000 meters; thence .South 67°55'47' West, 55.820 meters to the easterly line of Hammack Avenue (60 feet wide) [18.288 meters) as shown on said Record of Survey; thence South 00°51'07" West along said easterly line, 11.348 meters; thence South 62°58'25" East, 15.280 meters; thence North 67°55'4T' East, 50.235 meters to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 1244.4 square meters. The easement herein granted shall become effective upon the execution of this document and shall terminate on August 31, 2003 or upon filing of Notice of Completion, whichever first occurs. The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010548 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-32.0-13581 (13581-2) This real property description has been prepared b me, • r under my direction, in conformance + he Profession = - nd S eyors Signat � _ .,►TrPIRI�6 9 = LIC ate: m A991384SEG IADEEDA13581-2.DOG , .S.4430 /01 EXH I E ITA..,.-. PAGE Li? r SHEET I OF l SCALE( It1000 R R,S., 24/77 W 1/2, SEC. 21 T.55., R.4W., S.B.M. PARCEL 26 Gc. tob 1- �„— tlG% NW s� P RCS., 17/13 NE'LY LINE PARCEL 27 PARCEL 26 E' LY COR PCL 27 A THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORMA COORDNIATE SYSTEM OF 198 ZONE 6. muurLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY L00010548 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 331 EAST % IT STREET ONTARIO, CA 9(764 TEL. (9096 980-4962 PAW MOM 941-001 AREA INSTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KLOMOST OS RIMSDE 74 27.11/32.0 PARCEL NW 13581-2 SQUARE FEET* 13,395 SQUARE NETM 1.244.4 PARCEL 1358$1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT_A_ PAGE1a$ EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of Parcel 26 shown on Record of Survey of a portion of the West Half of Section 21, Township 5 North, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridaian, filed in Book 24, Page 77 of Records of Survey in the Office of the County recorder of Riverside County, situated in the Unincorporated Territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the most southerly corner of said Parcel 26, said corner being on the northwesterly line of State Highway 74 (50 feet half width) [15.240 meters] as shown on said Record of Survey; thence North 21°51'56" West along the southwesterly line of said Parcel 26, 26.667 meters; thence North 47°55'38" East,1.824 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 30.480 meters; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 31 °51'24" an arc length of 16.947 meters; thence North 79°47'02" East, 31.793 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 53.340 meters; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 23°24'02" an arc length of 21.785 meters to the beginning point of a reverse curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 60.960 meters, a radial line through said point bears North 33°37'00" West; thence northeasterly along said curve through a central angle of 07°00'56" an arc length of 7.464 meters to a point on the northeasterly line of said Parcel 26, said point being 22.804 meters from the most easterly corner of said Parcel 26; thence South 23°50'23" East along said northeasterly line 22.804 meters to said most easterly corner of said Parcel 26, said corner being on said northwesterly line of State Highway 74, said corner also being on a non -tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 857.911 meters, a radial line through said point bears South 23°39'56" East; thence southwesterly along the southeasterly line of said Parcel 26, said northwesterly line and said curve through a central angle of 01 °48'00" an arc length of 26.952 meters; thence South 68°08'04" West continuing along said southeasterly and northwesterly line, 52.387 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 1950.3 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Highway 74). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010548 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-32.1-13582 (13582-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, .or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Sury - --- , LAND $ G,P Signatur:� MES Lr LL OTT, L. . 6334 LICENSE EXPIRES 12/31/02 Date: MA99131n5EG1\DEEDS,13592.1.DOG EXHIBlTA_ PAGE1421 *Y SHEET- I OF I SCALE! II000 V\1kt KI ‘-:1 PO' " S 2-4177 W Y2. SEC. 21 T4S., R.4W., S.B.M. q0 ' IS. r�W�1 HW4 1 A OQOSEO SACE �. QR PEkOQpS THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. ZONE L MULTIPLY DISTANCES SHOWN BY 1.00010548 TO OBTAIN GROUND LEVEL DISTANCES. Associated Engineers, Inc. 331I EAST SNELBY STREET ONTARIO. CA 9i754 TEL. (9091 980-1982 F'AXI C909) 941-0891 AREA DISTRICT COUNTY ROUTE KSLOPOST 08 RIVERSIDE 74 27.9/32.0 PARCEL No.1 13592-1 SQUARE FEET1 20.993 SQUARE IETERSt 1,950.3 PARCEL 13582-1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY LEGAL DESCRIPTION EXHIBITS PAGE OD EXHIBIT "A" Fee Being a portion of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 29, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, San Bernardino Meridian, situated in the unincorporated territory of the County of Riverside, State of California, as shown on a Record of Survey on file in Book 16, Page 5 of Records of Survey, lying northerly of the 100 foot wide [30.480- meters] highway conveyed to the State of California by Deed recorded November 8, 1974, as Instrument No. 144255 of Official Records and as set out in the final order of condemnation, recorded Febnaary 8, 1977, as Instrument No. 21764 of Official Records, together with a portion of the superseded highway, Road 08- RIV-74, vacated by California Highway Commission Resolution No. A-532, recorded January 24, 1977, as Instrument No. 12339 of Official Records all in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the point of intersection of the east line of said Section 29 with the northerly line of said superseded highway, said northerly line being a curve concave northerlyhaving a radius of 209.310 meters, said point being the southeasterly comer of Parcel Map No. 14064, on file in Book 79, Page 66 of Parcel Maps in said Office of said County Recorder, said northerly line being the southerly line of said Parcel Map, a radial line through said point bears South 07° 39' 39" East; thence westerly along said curve and said northerly and southerly line through a central angle of 05° 27' 27" an arc length of 19.938 meters; thence continuing along said northerly and said southerly line, South 87° 47' 49" West, 44.146 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 106.554 meters; thence southwesterly along said curve and continuing along said northerly and southerly line through a central angle of 45° 07' 10" an arc length of 83.909 meters; thence continuing along said northerly and southerly line, South 42° 40' 39" West, 30.206 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 209.311 meters; thence southwesterly along said curve and continuing along said northerly and southerly line through a central angle of 10° 45' 34" an arc length of 39.306 meters to a point on the northerly line of said 100 foot wide highway; thence northeasterly along said last mentioned northerly line, North 67° 14' 48" East, 160.071 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 899.076 meters; thence northeasterly along said curve and continuing along said last mentioned northerly line through a central angle of 02° 48' 28" an arc length of 44.058 meters to a point on said east line of Section 29; thence northerly along said east line, North 00° 39' 06" East, 6.158 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing approximately 4394.9 square meters. TOGETHER with fee interest, if any, appurtenant to the above -described property in and to the adjoining public way (Hwy. 74 and Crumpton Road). The bearings and distances used in the above description are based on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Multiply distances shown by 1.00010079 to obtain ground level distances. 08-RIV-74-30.3-13592 (13592-1) 11ASSOC Ixp:fiks199138\SEGI \DEEDS\13i9Z DOC EXHIBITS PAGEAL This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, .in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyors Act. Signature L. 30 EXPIRES 9/30/01 Date: WLSSOC\aepailes199138\SEGIWEEDS)13592.DOC EXHIBlTA_ PAGE ?A SHEET 1 OF I *Y 20 21 SCALE] IsI500 PARCEL 2 CC t9 — J cog a 1'N tiL 33N EAST SHELBY STREET ONTARIO, CA 91764 TEL.1909) 9804982 FAX, 19091, 941-0891 PARCEL MAP ND, 1406-4 PMB 79/66 PARCEL 3 SUPERSEDED HIGHWAY, VACATED BY CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY COMMISSION RESOLUTION A-532. RECORDED I-24-TT, INST. R0.12339.OR S,UiPLINE N0.14064. PMB T9/66 RA5' S5 m �x PARCEL 4 ‘,k1* 587' 47'49" W 44.146 m ` Sip s? � i� WLY LIME OF 100' WIDE NICI(WAY CoPEERR DOCI�IEPR RECORDED 1 -e-74 AS ALFORNA HST. N0.144255. DR & FINAL ORDER OF MIST. N0. OTt6EOR-8-11 AS I RJS, !8/5 SECTION 29 T. 5 S., R. 4 W., S. B. M. Associated Engineer% inc. DISTRICT 09 COUNTY RIVERSIDE ROUTE 74 IULOPOST 27.9/32.0 AREA PARCEL Nor SQUARE FEETI SOUARE W & 29 28 9344 m (30') r • i fi FOZ oho fi latostt 6Z / 525' 33'40"E (MN -14-- EAST LINE OF SEC. 29 THE BEARINGS AND DISTANCES SHOWN ARE: BASED ON THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM OF 1983. TONOB6. TAINNGGROUND LEVEL DISTA CES.TIPLY DISTANCES SHON BY IA001D0T9 PARCEL 13592-1 13592-I SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY 47,306 LEGAL DESCR I PT I ON 4.394.9 EXHIBIT. PAGE (13 EXHIBIT "A" Fee That portion of Lot 12 of amended Tract No. 2686, in the County of Riverside, State of California as shown by the amending map filed in Book 118, Pages 96 through 98 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of said County, said Lot also shown by the Record of Survey filed in Book 101, Pages 28 and 29 of Records of Surveys in said office of the County Recorder; described as follows: BEGINNING on the Northeasterly corner of said lot, said corner being on a non -tangent curve, concave Northwesterly and having a radius of 350.484 meters, a radial line to said corner bears South 49°53'49" East, said non -tangent curve also being the Southeasterly line of said lot; thence Southwesterly 99.355 meters along said curve through a central angle of 16°14'32"; .thence South 56°20'43" West 43:329.meters along .said line to the beginning of a tangent curve, concave Northwesterly and having a radius of 899.073 meters, said curve also being the Southeasterly line of said lot; thence Southwesterly 112.113 meters along said curve through a central angle of 7°08'41" to the beginning of a compound curve, concave Northerly and having a radius of 6.096 meters, a radial line to said beginning bears South 26°30'36" East, said curve also being the Westerly line of said lot; thence Westerly and Northerly 10.284 meters along said curve through a central angle of 96°39'24"; thence North 19°51'13" West 18.389 meters along said line; thence South 52°51'47" East 7.276 meters; thence North-52°09'40" East 17.868 meters; thence North 56°13'40" East 69.366 meters; thence North 53°49'12" East 33.710 meters; thence North 57°31'44" East 28.145 meters; thence North 47°31'22" East 66.790 meters to the Northerly line of said lot; thence North 89°42'32" East 43.779 meters along said line to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Coordinates and bearings are on California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Distances and stationing are grid distances. Multiply by 1.00010238 to obtain ground distances. 08--Riv-74-20.2-13598 (13598-1) (Continued) • EXHIBIT.._ PAGE 174 EXHIBIT "A" (Continued) 08-Riv-74-20 , 2-13598 (13598-1) this red property description has been prepared by me. or under my direction. In conformance with the Professional Lana Surveyors Act. Signature ,ram Profession& [eV Surveyor Date ? _ Zf -- 4 9 EXHIBIT.24 . PAGE 05 s n Q S oo+9zr bL .318 'd1Y1 � W06L'99 3.2z,1E ,1 bN - Q 3„9F.0£.9 ..b2 6t-. s 41/� w96. 9g! v -, oo+bz, w9g£•sg o•y;� - 41 1% CD NO ::;.:1-,___ V�m 3.LbSSN N la C6 At' NH�wdW \ Q �m v;VZiO EXHIBIT.,A_ PAGE2La._ EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement That portion of Lot 12 of amended Tract No. 2686, in the County of Riverside, State of California as shown by the amending map filed in Book 118, Pages 96 through 98 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of said County, said lot also shown by the Record of Survey filed in Book 101, Pages 28 and 29 of Records of Surveys in said office of the County Recorder; described as follows: COMMENCING on the Northeast corner of said lot; thence South 89°42'32" West 43.779 meters along the Northerly line of said lot; thence South 47°31'22" West 66.790 meters; thence South 57°31'44" West 28.145 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence North 6°20'24" East 23.000 meters; thence South 53°49'12" West 33.710 meters; thence South 6°20'24" West 23.000 meters; thence North 53°49'12" East 33.710 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Coordinates and bearings are on California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Distances and stationing are grid distances. Multiply by 1.00010238 to obtain ground distances. The rights acquired herein shall terminate on March 15, 2001. 08-RIV-74-20.2-13598 (13598-2) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyor's Act. Signature Professional Land Surveyor Date /0-- /3r400 EXHIBIT_, A PAGE... LICEMSED LAID SUIvEYOR /O-/4 -ap DATE APPROVED AMENDED TRACT NO., 626 M.B. 118/96-98 R.S. 101/28-29 ITN p� for 1 I STATE OF CALIFORNIA BUSINESS. TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ril. !Yell MPS ANT Mi 00 RIV. 74 20.2 CC f- (N k 4.1 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY A LEGAL DESCRIPTION SCALE 1:1000 EXHIBIT.A_ PAGES,.... EXHIBIT "A" Fee That portion of Lot 11 of amended Tract No. 2686, in the County of Riverside, State of California as shown on the amending map filed in Book 118, Pages 96 through 98 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of said County, said lot also shown on the Record of Survey filed in Book 101, Pages 28 and 29 of Records of Surveys in said office of the County Recorder; described as follows: BEGINNING on a point on the Westerly line of said Lot 11, distant North 19°51'13" West 66.045 meters from the Southwest corner of said Lot 11; thence continuing along said line, North 19°51'13" West 1.677 meters to a tangent 'curve, concave Southeasterly and having a radius of 6.096 meters; thence Northerly and Easterly 8.900 meters along said curve through an angle of 83°38'55"; thence South 15°10'26" West 9.446 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Coordinates and bearings are on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Distances and stationing are grid distances. Multiply distances by 1.00010238 to obtain ground distances. 08-Riv-74-20.1-13599 (13599-1) This red property description hos been prepored by me, or under my direction. in conformance with the Professiond Lund Surveyors Act. Signature Date PY-oAmohmaliae 5urmyior 7/z¢/9q EXH1f31T_A_ PAGEOCt . AMENDED TRAc-' ND., 2686 M.B. 118/96-98 R.S. 141/28-29 STATE OF CAUFORNM BUSINESS, TRANSPDPTATiON AND NOUSiNG AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATiON EXHIBIr.A_ PAGE511.., Tem ora B I T "A" p ry Construction Easement That portion of Lot 11 of amended Tract No. 2686, in the County of Riverside, State of California as shown on the amending map filed in Book 118, Pages 96 through 98 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of said County, said lot also shown on the Record of Survey filed in Book 101, Pages 28 and 29 of Records of Surveys in said office of the County Recorder; described as follows: BEGINNING on the North corner of said Lot; said corner being on a non -tangent curve, concave Northwesterly and having a radius of 929.553 meters, a radial line to said corner bears South 32°05'07" East, said non -tangent curve also being the Northwesterly line of said Lot; thence Southwesterly 6.518 meters along said curve through a central angle of 00°24'06" to a point which a radial line bears South 31°41'01" East; thence South 24°18'07" East 23.000 meters; thence North 57°08'55" East 4.231 meters to the Northeasterly line of said Lot; thence North 18°42'17" West 23.342 meters along said line to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Coordinates and bearings are on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Distances and stationing are grid distances. Multiply distances by 1.00010238 to obtain ground distances. The rights acquired herein shall terminate on March 15, 2001. 08-RIV-74-20.2-13599 (13599-2) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyor's Act. v Signature / .;••• Professional Land Surveyor Date /0— / 3 QO EXHSB TA_. PAGE.2L.... r' rJ J A\ . �� 5�� LOT ll AMENDED TRACT NO, 696 M.B. 118/96-98 R.S. 101/28-29 I J -f 0111. �I!!} 08 1 `A /r, • ,,. COUKIT PPP pc$T ICE RIV. T41 SECTION 2l TCE 13599-2 .-- 4.231m N57' 08`55"E I STATE OF CALIFORNIA BUSINESS. TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY A LEGAL DESCRIPTION SCALE 1:500 20.2 EX H 3 B ITL. PAG E.A., EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement That portion of Lot 4 of amended Tract No. 2686, in the County of Riverside, State of California as shown by the amending map filed in Book 118, pages 96 through 98 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of said County, said lot also shown by the Record of Survey filed in Book 101, Pages 28 and 29 of Records of Surveys in said office of the County Recorder; described as follows: BEGINNING on the West Corner of said Lot; thence North 81°41'47" East 28.086 meters along the Northerly line of said Lot; thence South 23°09'20" East 11.124 meters; thence South 57°08'55" West 29.379 meters to the Southwesterly line of said Lot; thence North 18°42'17" West 23.342 meters along said line to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Coordinates and bearings are on California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Distances and stationing are grid distances. Multiply by 1.00010238 to obtain ground distances. The rights acquired herein shall terminate on March 15, 2001. 08-RIV-74-20.2-13600 (13600-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyor's Act. Professional Land Surveyor Date !Or / 3 — ev7 EXHIB T PRGE.i& T S R \A A SECT ION 2 I ,�((; MST. COMITY ROUTE POST MA CNN 08 RIY. 74 20.2 I rl .�J J ./ LOT 4 AMENDED TRACT NO., 26)86 II8/96-98 R.S. 101/28-29 STATE OF CAOFORNIA BUSINESS. TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY A LEGAL DESCRIPTION SCALE 1:500 EXH PAGE 24 EXHIBIT "A" Temporary Construction Easement That portion of Lot 3 of amended Tract No. 2686, in the County of Riverside, State of California as shown by the amending map filed in Book 118, pages 96 through 98 of Maps in the office of the County Recorder of said County, said lot also shown by the Record of Survey filed in Book 101, Pages 28 and 29 of Records of Surveys in said office of the County Recorder; described as follows: BEGINNING on the West Corner of said Lot, said corner being on a non -tangent curve, concave Northwesterly and having a radius of 929.553 meters, a radial line to said corner bears South 32°05107" East, said non -tangent curve. also being the Northwesterly line of said Lot; thence Northeasterly 25.462 meters along said curve through a central angle of 1°34'10"; thence North 56°20'43" East 2.086 meters along said line; thence South 23°09'20" East 11.876 meters to the Southerly Line of said Lot; thence South 81°41'47" West 28.086 meters along said line to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Coordinates and bearings are on California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Distances and stationing are grid distances. Multiply by 1.00010238 to obtain ground distances. The rights acquired herein shall terminate on March 15, 2001. 08-RIV-74-20.2-13601 (13601-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyors Act. Signature ),-*-N.D Professional Land Surveyor Date /0— /3 -Qa PAGE -r LUCE D LARD SURVEYOR Ap� 2 " t 3 -rQ0 J 1/47-J J AD' • root. k SECTION 2I A A '' �, �` ',, S28.086 'w- TCE -• • 0 IQ O DST. COUNTY OB RIV. NGuTE 74 POST IRE 20.2 r% r) l_J J J JJ LOT 3 AMENDED TRACT NO., 28a6 M.B. 118/96-98 R.S. 101/28-29 STATE OF CALWORNIA BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY A LEGAL DESCRIPTION SCALE 1:500 EXHiBeT_.,. _ PAGE..26_ EXHIBIT "A" Fee That portion of the Northwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 21, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN, according to the Official Plat thereof, as described in Deed to Fred G. and Tammy M. Kramer, Trustees of the Kramer Family Trust, recorded on July 24, 1990 as Instrument No. 270985 in Official Records of Riverside County, described as follows: BEGINNING at the Northwest corner of said Kramer Parcel; thence North 89°43'38" East 35.938 meters along the Northerly line of said Kramer Parcel; thence South 41°50'01" West 34.289 meters; thence South 45°53'06" West 15.997 meters; thence South 14°00'36" East 11.405 meters; thence South 37°33'08" West 42.931 meters; thence North 88°10'54" West 12.025 meters; thence South 37°16'40" West 25.790 meters to the Southerly line of said Kramer Parcel; thence along said Southerly line South 89°43'16" West 14.181 meters to the Easterly line of State Highway Route 74, formerly a County Road, being 60.00 feet (18.288 meters) wide as described in the Deed to the County of Riverside, recorded February 10, 1916 in Book 437, Page 205 of Deeds, Records of said County; thence along said Easterly line the following two (2) courses: (1) North 27°11'22" East 27.351 meters to a tangent curve, concave Easterly and having a radius of 427.498 meters (2) Northerly along said curve through an angle of 12°28'08" a distance of 93.033 meters to a radial line which bears North 50°20'30" West and to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Coordinates and bearings are on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Distances and stationing are grid distances. Multiply distances by 1.00010238 to obtain ground distances. 08-RIV-74-20.4-13605 (13605-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyor's Act. Signature r Professional Land Surveyor Date /0- 3 ce? O EXHiBfT_A_ PAGE Qn LAND �G9 THOMAS d..QA TAtAN 0 Exp 9e-30.04 s NO 66ai rF OF C A1- os` ra LICENSED LAND SURVEYOR /O- Z3-moo ROAD DEED BK 437,PG 205 FEB.10,1916 DATE APPROVED P.O.B. X -I i N �o i --1 rn zi I -.... 1 o'�^,�cc ' v+ J J V S J T� J '� �1AJ J S J J SECTION 21 4 i' �t �(0' ., • P. 3 -i INSTRUMENT •270985 JULY 24,1990 MST. CO,AdTT ROUTE POET t4E 08 RIY. 74 20.4 545 53'06"W 15.997m SI400'36"E. v 11.405m tJ 03 O REQUIRED AREA : 3126,4 SQ. MT. w A —{ TJ • ,D w Lr1 V? 30 al ' - N88' 10'54"W 73 \ -- 12.025m N . 537' 16'40-W i -1 N-+, 25.790m •} o - r 589' 43'16"W - - 14.181m ' 1 1 1 ► STATE OF CALIFORNIA BUSINESS. TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LOT 26 SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY A LEGAL DESCRIPTION SCALE 1:1000 EXHIBITPAGF_$2._ EXHIBIT "A" Fee That portion of the Northwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 21, Township 5 South, Range 4 West, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN, according to the Official Plat thereof, in the County of Riverside, State of California lying Westerly of the Westerly line of State Highway Rte. 74, formerly a County Road, being 60.00 feet (18.288 meters) wide as described in Deed to said County recorded on February 10, 1916 in Book 437, Page 205 of Deeds in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, described as follows: COMMENCING at a 1U" Iron Pipe set by the County Surveyor of said County marking the Center East 1/16 corner of said Section 21; thence South 00°51'54" West 152.799 meters to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence North 41°23'07" East 25.667 meters; thence North 12°54'45" West 12.723 meters; thence North 38°20'24" East 36.944 meters; thence South 76°16'46" East 12.100 meters; thence North 38°20'23" East 28.695 meters; thence North 00°00'00" East 13.150 meters; thence North 37°55'03" East 23.126 meters; thence North 55°21'11" East 17.834 meters; thence North 40°01'05" East 41.191 meters to the North line of said Northwest quarter; thence along said North line North 89°43'38" East 12.271 meters to said Westerly line of said Highway; thence along said Westerly line, the following three (3) courses: (1) South 42°05'21" West-101.107 meters to the beginning of a tangent curve, concave Southeasterly and having a radius of 445.786 meters (2) Southwesterly along said curve through an angle of 14°53'59" a distance of 115.926 meters (3) South 27°11'22" West 2.282 meters to the Westerly line of said Northeast quarter; thence North 00°51'54" East 18.764 meters along said line to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Coordinates and bearings are on the California Coordinate System of 1983, Zone 6. Distances and stationing are grid distances. Multiply distances by 1.00010238 to obtain ground distances. (Continued) 08-RIV-74-20.4-13606 (13606-1) EXHIBITJ_ PAGE °. EXHIBIT "A", continued 08-RIV-74-20.4-13606 (13606-1) This real property description has been prepared by me, or under my direction, in conformance with the Professional Land Surveyor's Act. Signature Professional Land Surveyor Date !P r 2 — Q4:, EXHI ETA__ PAGE Qb NO' 5I'54"E 18.764m LAND S4, 4, TOKAAAS J. °KNOW END 09-30-04 No fills OF CPA- FCE IA6 COR. P.O.C. ------------'-'---- L.CENSIED LAND SNAP/AVON LeS1. LION, WINE 1801 T 06 74 20.4 I Z_3 .1mk=3, DATE APPRO.= N89.43'38"E 12.nm 11/ 4" I.P.: TAGGED "RIVERSIDE COUNTY SURVEYOR" NO0' 00'00"Ej 13.150m kEi -- \ ,;-) i 0 U.) i N E I REQUIRED AREA Nez, ;. , 1615.2 SQ. MT. cico! N76 ' 16'46"E ..,.inr‘i I 12.100m V '' ' tg- / CP c-1 -.4 NI2* 54'45"W '4-- 4' N41`23'07"E,---- -1. fn"') ''') ;14/ .0 i2.723m 25.667m ‘, o EP 2 co fi Lel I . . . No-) a o. , N i• iij P cc ; V ; Nr i M 1 W . E ; z I c.0 En i ; . i 1 LU ;0 )t. itel 1 Ct T , 5 S , • R ., 21 liA1 , SECTION 21 S , 2 P.O.B. ; S27' W22"W 2.282m 13606—I STATE OF CAUFORNNA BUSINESS. TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY ; DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION i ; 43 i0 ct , SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY 1 17.01 A LEGAL DESCRIPTION s Vl I 1 SCALE 1:1000 1 EXHIB1T_A_ PAGEAL RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Executive Committee Naty Kopenhaver, Director of Administrative Services THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: 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" EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE & STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve: 1 } The proposed amended Appendix of the Conflict of Interest Code adding the Public Information Officer and Property Agent Classifications to the list of designated employees; and, 21 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. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The list of designated employees on the Conflict of Interest participate in making decisions which may affect financial interests. They develop and provide substantive recommendations as it relates to contracts and agreements which are regularly approved. These employees, because of their involvement and responsibility as it relates to budgets, financing of respective program areas, and developing contracts and agreements, are designated employees. As such, they will be required to file annual Statement of Economic Interests. As required, a public hearing notice was printed in the local newspaper and was posted. Therefore, it is recommended that that the Public Information Officer and the Property Agent be added to the list of current Designated Employees of the Commission's Conflict of Interest Code. 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 WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of California enacted the Political Reform Act of 1974, Government Code Section 81000 et seq (the "Act"), which contains provisions relating to conflicts of interest which potentially affect all officers, employees and consultants of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (the "Commission") and requires all public agencies to adopt and promulgate a Conflict of Interest Code; and WHEREAS, the Commission adopted a Conflict of Interest Code which was amended on November 12, 1998, in compliance with Government Code Section 81000 et seq; and WHEREAS, subsequent changed circumstances within the Commission have made it advisable and necessary pursuant to Sections 87306 and 87307 of the Act to amend and update the Appendix of the Commission's Conflict of Interest Code; and WHEREAS, the potential penalties for violation of the provisions of the Act are substantial and may include criminal and civil liability, as well as equitable relief which could result in the Commission being restrained or prevented from acting in cases where the provisions of the Act may have been violated; and WHEREAS, notice of the time and place of a public meeting on, and of consideration by the members of the Commission of, the proposed amended Appendix of the Conflict of Interest Code was provided each designated employee and publicly posted for review at the offices of the Commission; and WHEREAS, a public meeting was held upon the proposed amended Appendix of the Conflict of Interest Code at a regular meeting of the Members of the Board of the Commission on December 13, 2000, at which all present were given an opportunity to be heard on the proposed amended Appendix of the Conflict of Interest Code. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the members of the Commission do hereby adopt the proposed amended Appendix of the Conflict of Interest Code, a copy of which is attached hereto and shall be on file with the Director of Administrative Services with a complete copy of the Commission's Conflict of Interest Code and available for inspection to the public; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the said amended Appendix of the Conflict of Interest Code shall be submitted to the Board of Supervisors of the County of Riverside for approval and said Appendix shall become effective 30 days after the Board of Supervisors approves the proposed amended Appendix as submitted. APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 13' day of December, 2000. Tom Mullen, Chairman Riverside County Transportation Commission ATTEST: Naty Kopenhaver, Clerk of the Riverside County Transportation Commission APPENDIX CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (Amended December 13, 2000) EXHIBIT "A" OFFICIALS WHO MANAGE PUBLIC INVESTMENTS All Commission Officials who manage public investments are included in and governed by this Conflict of Interest Code only with respect to its disqualification provisions. For purposes of disclosure, all Commission Officials who manage public investments, as defined by 2 Cal. Code of Regs. § 18701(b), are subject to the statutory conflict of interest provisions of Article 2 of Chapter 7 of the Political Reform Act of 1974 (Government Code Section 87200 et seq.). [Regs. § 18730(b)(3)] It has been determined that the positions listed below are officials who manage public investments: Members of the Board of the Commission and their Alternates Executive Director Deputy Executive Director Chief Financial Officer and Director of Management & Budget Financial Consultants 31 DESIGNATED POSITIONS GOVERNED BY THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE DESIGNATED EMPLOYEES' DISCLOSURE CATEGORIES TITLE OR FUNCTION ASSIGNED Director of Administrative Services & Clerk of the Commission 4, 5 Director of Plans & Programs 2, 3, 6, 7 Director of Regional Issues & Communications 6, 7 General Counsel 1, 2 Program Manager (ALL) 6, 7 Property Agent 3, 6 Public Information Officer 6 Consultants''-' ii Consultants shall be included in the list of Designated Employees and shall disclose pursuant to the broadest disclosure category in this Code subject to the following limitation: The Executive Director may determine in writing that a particular consultant, although a "designated position," is hired to perform a range of duties that are limited in scope and thus is not required to fully comply with the disclosure requirements described in this Section. Such written determination shall include a description of the consultant's duties and, based upon that description, a statement of the extent of disclosure requirements. The Executive Director's determination is a public record and shall be retained for public inspection in the same manner and location as this Conflict of Interest Code. EXHIBIT "B" DISCLOSURE CATEGORIES The disclosure categories listed below identify the types of investments, business entities, sources of income, or real property which the Designated Employee must disclose for each disclosure category to which he or she is assigned. Category 1: All investments and business positions in, and sources of income from, business entities that do business or own real property within the jurisdiction of the Commission, plan to do business or own real property within the jurisdiction of the Commission within the next year, or have done business or owned real property within the jurisdiction of the Commission within the past two (2) years. Category 2: All interests in real property which is located in whole or in part within, or not more than two (2) miles outside, the jurisdiction of the Commission. Category 3: All investments and business positions in, and sources of income from, business entities that are engaged in land development, construction or the acquisition or sale of real property within the jurisdiction of the Commission, plan to engage in such activities within the jurisdiction of the Commission within the next year, or have engaged in such activities within the jurisdiction of the Commission within the past two (2) years. Category 4: All investments and business positions in, and sources of income from, business entities that are banking, savings and loan, or other financial institutions. Category 5: All investments and business positions in, and sources of income from, business entities that provide services, supplies, materials, machinery, vehicles or equipment of a type purchased or leased by the Commission. Category 6: Ail investments and business positions in, and sources of income from, business entities that provide services, supplies, materials, machinery, vehicles or equipment of a type purchased or leased by the Designated Employee's Department. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Bill Hughes, Measure A Project Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Contracts Cost and Schedule Report BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending October 31, 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. 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Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Single Signature Authority Report BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission receive and file the Single Signature Authority Report for the months ending September and October 2000. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The attached report details all contracts which have been executed for the months of September and October under the Single Signature Authority granted to the Executive Director by the Commission. The remaining unused capacity is $464,520.82. Attachment 9L'6LVSL $ Z8'08Z`SZ $ 9L'6L6`L Z9'09eL 00'0 Off000`0 L 00'00S`L 00'00S`1 Z9'0ZS`1•9ti $ 8 L'611d's£ 00'000'009 $ 00'000`009 $ 9 L'616' 1 00'091`S L 00'0 00' 000'o L 00'00s`L 00'00o`s L . 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Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Quarterly Investment Report BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission receive and file the Investment Report for quarter ending September 30, 2000. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Attached are the quarterly investment and cash flow reports as required by state law and Commission policy. The County's Investment Report for the month ending September 30, 2000 is also attached for your review. 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30, 2000 Riverside County Transportation Commission BUDGET VERSUS ACTUALS-1st 0tr For Period Ending: 09/30/00 11/03/00 REMAINING PERCENT BUDGET ACTUALS BALANCE UTILIZATION 46,500.00 1,057.20 45,442.80 2.27 146,800,710.26 14,241,810.52 132,558,899.74 9.70 35,526,025.00 12,732,445.28 22,793,579.72 35.83 35,526,025.00 12,733,767.53 22,792,257.47 35.84 34,500,000.00 35,501,000.70 (1,001,000.70) 102.90 34,500,000.00 35,499,678.45 (999,678.45) 102.89 9,915,494.74 47,948,146.60 112,562,790.69 112,562,790.69 122,478,285.43 160,510,937.29 (38,032,651.86) 483.56 0.00 100.00 (38,032,651.86) 131.05 000TA Investment Portfolio Report Period Ending September30. 2000 OPERATING FUNDS Bank of Amercia Cash with County Treasurer Financial Investors Trust (FIT) Highmark Money Market (US Treasury Od Fund) Agency/Treasury Securities: Fed Nat'l Mtge Assoc Fed Home Ln Banks Fed Home Ln Mtg Fed Home Ln Banks Fed Natl Mtg Assn Medium Term (Callable) Fed Nat'l Mtge Assoc Fed Nat'l Mtge Assoc Fed Nat'l Mtge Assoc Fed Home Ln Mtg Sub -Total FUNDS HELD IN TRUST RATING PAR PURCHASE MATURITY YIELD TO PURCHASE MARKET UNREALIZED MOODYSIS&PIFITCH VALUE DATE DATE MARKET PRICE VALUE GAIN (LOSS) $482.826.19 AA11AA- $47,488,876.80 AAA-MR11AAAf-S1/AAAv1+ 55,097,574.42 AAA/AAA $8,370.31 AAAlAAA 54,999,750.00 AAA/AAA $5,000,00000 04/07/00 03/30/D1 6.65% $4,999,750.00 $5,001,562.50 $1,812.50 53,778,510.75 AANAAA $3,775,00000 06/15/00 06(14101 6.90% $3,778,510.75 $3.785,617.19 $7,108.44 $1.994,600.00 AAA/AAA 52,000,000.0D 06/14/99 D6(15/01 5.89% $1,994,600.00 $1.988,125.00 ($6,475.00) $2,528,747.80 AAA/AAA 52,540,000.00 11/01/99 D9/17/01 6.12% $2,528,747.80 $2,523,33125 ($5,416.55) $2.297,843.75 AAAfAAA $2,300,000.00 02/23/99 D2/25/02 5.35% $2,297,843.75 $2.270,182.80 ($27,66095) $2,000,000.00 AAAIAAA $2,000,000.00 03/09/99 03/08/02 5.88% $2,000,000.00 $1,979,792.00 (520,208.00) $696,91950 AAAfAAA $720,000.00 06/13100 12107/00 6.74% 5696,919.20 $711,264.24 $14,345.04 $278,570.70 AAAIAAA $280,000.00 09/29/00 12107/00 6.47% $276,570.70 5276,602.76 $3206 $1,961,200.00 AAAfAAA $2,000,000.00 06/14/99 07/15/03 6.29% $1,961,200.00 $1,956,250.00 ($4,950.00) $73,611,790.22 $20,615,000.00 $20,534,142.20 $20,492,727.74 ($41.414.46) Cash with County: Local Transportation Fund $15,029,849.21 AAA-MRI1AAAf-S11AAAv1+ First American Treasury $2,887,527.87 AAA/AAA Sub -Total $17, 917, 377.08 COMMISSION BOND PROJECT FUNDS/DEBT RESERVE Milestone Funds $9,000,304.35 AAA/AAA First American Treasury $45.822,036.88 AAA/AAA U.S. Treasury Notes $15,926,00000 AAA/AAA MBIA Investment Agreement $0,00 Sub -Total 570,748,341.23 TOTAL $162,277,508.53 SUMMARIZED INVESTMENT TYPE Banks $482,826.19 Cash with County $52,518,726,01 Mutual Funds: Financial Investors Trust $5,097,574.42 Highmark 58,370,31 First American Treasury $2,887,527.87 Milestone $9, 000, 304.35 Sub.Total Mutual Funds $16,993,776.95 Federal Agency Notes $20534,142.20 U.S. Treasury Notes 561,748,036.88 Investment Agreements $0.00 TOTAL $162,277,508.23 Portfolio Investment Type Agencies 13% County Pool 39% Mutual Funds 10% Investment Agreements 38% Nature of Investment Bond Project 21% Debt Reserve 23% Trust Funds 11% Operating Funds 45% Portfolio Maturity Over 3 Yrs. 44% $72,709,541 1 to 3 Yrs. 8% $12,599,702 0 to 90 Days 43% $71,271,595 Less than 1 Yr. 5% $5, 696, 669 Statement of Compliance All of the above investments and any investment decisions made for the quarter ending September 30, 2000 were in frill compliance with the Commission's investment policy as adopted on November 12, 1998. The Commission has adequate cash flows for six onths of operations. Signed by Monthly Master Account Statement October 1, 2000 ACCOUNT 330072823-00 RIVERSIDE. COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 3560 UNIVERSITY PLACE RIVERSIDE CA 92501 Fund Performance as of 10l1100 FINANCIAL INVESTORS TRUST U.S. TREASURY MONEY MARKET (AM) SEC 7 DAY YIELD 6.17% DAY EFFECTIVE YIELD 6.36% SUBACCOUNT OPENING MONTHLY BALANCE TOTAL CREDITS TOTAL DEBITS DIVIDENDS REINVESTED ENDING MONTHLY BALANCE U.S. TREASURY MONEY MARKET (AM) 00 5,070,977.42 5,070,977.42 0.00 0.00 26,596.99 $5,097,574.41 0.00 0.00 26,596.99 $5,097,574.41 Total FIT Funds Investment 5,070,977.42 0.00 0.00 26,596.99 5,097,574.41 Notes: UPS Mutual Funds Services Sponsor and Distributor GE Investments The Investment Management Arm of GE Investment Advisor COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE Treasurer's Pooled Investment Fund Compliance Analysis and investment Report (www.ommtytreasurer ory) September 30, 2000 PAUL MoDONNELL TREASURERfrAX COLLECTOR KENNETH C. KIRIN ASSISTANT TREASURER DONALD R. KENT CHIEF DEPUTY TREASURER (909) 955 - 3908 Treasurer's Commentary "From the Sidelines to the Bench?" For the month of September, investors looking to the economic indicators had to look pretty hard to find strong evidence of inflation. The economic reports throughout the month continued to support our belief that the FED will have to move `from the sidelines to the bench," at least until the elections have passed, and, the impact of the energy crisis works its way through the economy. Many market observers believe the FED will be quiet until possibly the first quarter of 2001. The economic indicators that came in weaker than expected during September were the unemployment rate and nonfarm payrolls, construction spending, National Association of Purchasing Managers (NAPM) index and unit labor costs. These indicators continue to support that the FED's desired soft landing is taking place. However, that is not to say we didn't have the potential for future inflation as the price of crude oil rocketed to a 10 year, post Persian Gulf War high at over $36 per barrel. Reports by the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the Department of Energy (DOE) about low supplies in oil stocks helped to drive prices higher, and, prompted President Clinton to release 30 million barrels of crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Also, the electric utility industry had it share of newsprint this month as lingering concerns about shortages in the electric power markets during the summer prompted federal relief measures In certain portions of Southern California. A booming housing market and the lack of new electric facilities coming on fine were to blame. The financial markets, once again, showed renewed volatility with triple digit moves in equity indices in the midst of the continuing energy pressures, heightened tensions in the Middle East and especially 3rd quarter earnings warnings. As far as the bond markets were concerned, longer term U.S. Treasury yields continued to decline, partly due to a strong dollar and a flight to quality. At month's end, the ovemight rate was 6.68% (down 7 bps. from August), the 2-year T-Nate was 5.98% (down 18 bps.), while the 30 year T-Bond was 5.88% (up 21 bps.). For September, the Pool experienced an 11 bps. increase in the month end yield, due to higher reinvestment opportunities. We expect to see a limited increase in the Pool yield as some of our older securities mature and we reinvest at the current market's higher rates. Paul McDonnell Treasurer -Tax Collector Month -End Book Value Month -End Market Value' Paper Gain or (Loss) Percent of Paper Gain or Loss Yield Based Upon Book Value Weighted Average Maturity (Years) Effective Duration • Mirk/ value does not include accrued interest. PORTFOLIO STATIVIca SEPTEMBER AUGUST JULY JUNE MAY APRIL $ 1,505A84,434 $ 1,490,290,189 $ 1,474,752,647 $ 1,518,022,591 $ 1,514,875,822 $ 1,770,794,345 $ 1,494,584,737 $ 1,478,296,388 $ 1,462,680,142 $ 1,505,182,395 $ 1,502,322,136 $ 1,758,229,415 $ (10,899,698) $ (11,993,801) $ (12,072,505) $ (12,840,196) S (12,553,686) $ (12,564,930) -0.73% -0.81% -0.83% -0.85% -0.84% -0.71% 6.30% 6.19% 6.17% 6.21% 6.10% 5.95% 0.70 0.81 0.81 0.84 0.85 0.79 0.54 0.62 0.63 0.65 0.68 0.63 THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TREASURER'S POOLED INVESTMENT FUND IS CURRENTLY RATED: AAA/MRI BY MOODY'S INVESTOR SERVICES AAA/V 1+ BY FITCH IBCA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE Pooled Investment Fund -- Portfolio Characteristics Maturity Market Value 30 Days or Less 539,476,466.94 30 - 90 Days 277,970,200.00 90 Days - 1 Year 133,494,400.00 1 - 2 Years 391,328,750.00 2 - 3 Years 152,314,920.00 Over 3 Years - Total: $1,494,584,736.94 uali Market Value U.S. Treasury 20,097,747.50 Federal Agency 713,346,472.50 AAA 5,995,350.00 A-1 and/orP-1 740,645,166.94 • AA A N/R Total: $1,494,584,736.94 14,500,000.00 " Sector Market Value U.S. Treasury 20,097,747.50 Federal Agency 713,346,472.50 Cash Equiv. & MMF's 133,500,000.00 Commercial Paper 588,448,278.05 Medium Term Notes 4,995,350.00 Negotiable CD's 10,000,000.00 Bankers Acceptances 9,696,888.89 Certificates of Deposit 8,000,000.00 Local Agency Obligations 6.500.000.00 Total: $1,494,584,736.94 • Includes Reps •• Callaterskzed Time Deposits dt SANs RIVERSIDE PORTFOLIO SIMULATION Interest Rate Stress Analysis 7 Interest rate stress analysis is used to show the effect on market value, given a dramatic change in interest rates. The table to the right shows the change in market value for both an instantaneous change in rates (takes place in one day) and a change in rates that takes place over six months. Interest rates are assumed to move up or down 300 basis points (bp) in 50 by increments. Next to the change in market value is the gainlloss column for each scenario. The gain or loss is calculated by subtracting acquisition cost from market value. There are other factors, but the major difference in the two scenarios is interest earned. If the change takes place over six months there is an additional six months interest income, plus interest on cash flows assumed to be reinvested at 6.93%. In addition, the portfolio would be six months shorter. Ylsid Acquisition Outage Cost 22) $1,505,484 -300 51,505,484 250 $1,505,484 -200 $1,505,484 -150 $1,505,484 -100 $1,505,484 -50 I $1,506.484 0 $1,505,454 50 $1,505,484 400 $1,505,484 150 $1,505,484 200 $1,505,484 250 $1,505,484 30(1 Interest Rate Changes Take Place: Instantaneous Over Six Months Market Value $1,509,889 $1,508,766 $1,507,344 $1,505,031 $1,502,046 $1,498,534 Crain/Loss $4,404 $3,281 $1,859 -$454, 43,439 46,951 Market Value $1,543,514 $1,545,302 $1,548,589 $1,547,576 $1,548,039 $1,548,013 Gain/Loss $38,329 $39,817 $41,104 $42,091 $42,554 $42,528 $1,404,585 410,900 $42,098 $1,490,270 415,215 _$1,547,583 $1,546,779 $41,294 $1,485,725 419,760 $1,545,750 $40,265 $1,481,092 424,393 $1,544,640 $39,155 $1,476,445 $29,040 $1,543,513 $38,028 $1,471,831 $33,654 $1,542,403 $36,918 $1,487,241 $38,244 $1,541,306 $35,821 (Loco) slatted. This analysis demonstrates that sharp moves of interest rates either up or down t9' 3%w in not have a significant effect on this portfolio. COMPLIANCE cat csovt CAI CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE & COUNTY INVESTMENT POLICY AUTHORIZED INVESTMENTS I ent Categaay Diummaratrais County Investment Policy tiller A1BG1mima3Ye SamlitY kciatnrim Limit SaEfiticatCa himaimlm IItatuntt A11CLming.'!4 Limit QIuIi17[ S&PNMtmdysiFitgll Actual Riverside Portfolio % 53601(a) LOCAL AGY BONDS 5 YEARS NO LIMIT 3 YEARS 15%/ S150mat NA2/A 0.00% ! 53601(b) LI S. TREASURY 5 YEARS NO LIMIT 3 YEARS 100% NIA 1.34% 53601(d) CALIFORNIA LOCAL AGENCY DEBT 5 YEARS NO LIMIT 3 YEARS - 2.5% Investment Grade 0.43'/. 536040 PEDERAL AGENCIES 5 YEARS , NO LAST 3 YEARS 100% N/A 47.73% 53601(f) BILLS OF EXCHANGE 270 DAYS 4094c I80 DAYS 30% AUP11F1 0.65% 53601(g) COMM. PAPER 180 DAYS 4094 Al/PI 180 DAYS 40% AUPI/Fl 39.37% 5360100 CERTIFICATE & TIME DEPOSITS 5 YEARS 30% 1 YEAR 20%max AI/PI/F1 0.67% 53601(i) REPOS 1 YEAR NO umrr 31 DAYS 20% max Al/PUF1 8.8754 53601(i) REVERSE REPOS 92 DAYS 20% 60 DAYS _ 10%mac N/A 0.00% 53601(j) MED. TERM NOTES 5 YEARS 30% A 2 YEARS 10%mac AA/Aa2lAA 0.33% 53601(k) MUTUAL FUNDS 90 DAYS 2 20% AAA/Aaa3 IMMEDIATE 15%/ SI50mm AAA by 2 of 3 Rating Agencies 0.07% 53601(m) SECURED DEPOSITS (DANK DEPOSITS) 5 YEARS NO LAUT 1 YEAR 2%max 0.54% 53601(n) MORTGAGE PASS- THROUGH SECURITY 5 YEARS 20% AA -SECURITY A -ISSUER N/A N/A 0.00% 16429 (L2.3) LOCAL. AGENCY INVESTMENT FUNDS _ NIA NO LIMIT 3 YEARS 0% max 0.00% ` No more than 30% of this category maybe invested with any one commercial bank t Mcrwsl Frady maturity may be Mennen n as weighted average maturity not erceeeding 90 days. ' Or must have an Lnvmnne t Advisor with not less than 5 yeas experience and with amen miler management of S500.000,000. 100.00% COMPLIANCE WITH STATE LAW AND TREASURER'S POLICY The County Treasurer's Statement of Investment Policy is more stringent than the California Government Code. This policy is reviewed annually and presented to the County's Investment Oversight Committee and the County Board of Supervisors. 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INVEST BALANCE MATUIUTIES INVEST >1 'YR. 10/01 26.1 10/2000 404.7 395.2 9.5 0.0 35.6 11/2000 372.2 340.8 31.4 0.0 67.0 12/2000 726.6 346.5 380.1 0.0 447.1 1/2001 290.9 586.9 -296.0 0.0 151.1 2/2001 378.7 341.8 36.9 0.0 188.0 3/2001 302.1 433.9 -131.8 0.0 56.2 4/2001 678.9 350.0 328.9 0.0 385.1 5/2001 353.9 580.4 -226.5 0.0 158.6 6/2001 349.4 404.5 -55.1 0.0 103.5 7/2001 312.2 392.7 -80.5 0.0 23.0 8/2001 467.6 419.6 48.0 0.0 71.0 09/2001 373.7 353.1 20.6 0.0 91.6 Totals: 5,010.9 4945.4 65.5 0.0 0.00% 554.4 227.3 41.0 10.0 15.0 15.0 0.0 0.0 20.0 20.0 0.0 50.0 952.7 1505.0 6330% 100.00% 24 Month Gross Yield Trends The yield history represents gross yields: administrative costs have not been deducted. Actual earnings on fund balances will be credited by the Auditor -Controller based upon County Treasurer calculations. Portfolio yield generally lags current trends in short -tern interest rates. Yields fluctuate with changing markets and past performance is not an indication of future results. Grose Yield Trends 8.75 6.50 6.25 6.00 5.75 5.50 5.25 5.00 4.75 . _A-4 1'114111111 4.50 I-1114-111---4-4 I t Oct- Nov- Dec- Jan- Feb- Mar- Apr- May- Jun- Jul- Aug- Sep- Oct- Nov- Dec- Jan- Feb- Mar- Apr- May- Jun- Jul- Aug- Sep- 98 98 98 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 09 99 99 99 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ..-^6^^"POBTFOLI0 YIELD -11--ALL TAXABLE AVERAGE - 24 Month Yield Spread (Pool Yield vs. All Taxable Average) 0.30 0.25 0.20 0.15 0.10 0.05 0.00 -0.05 --- -0.10 -0.15 y -0.20 Average Spread = +2 BPs F -0.25 -0.30 -0.35 -0.40 -0.45 - Oct- Nov- Dec- Jan- Feb- Mar- Apr- May- Jun- Jul- Aug- Sep- Oct- Nov- Deo- Jan- Feb- Mar- Apr- May- Jun- Jul- Aug- Sep- 98 98 98 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 The Money Fund Reportn,/ All Taxable Average is compiled and reported by iMoneyNet, Inc. (formerly IBC Financial Data, Inc.) iMoneyNet, Inc. is a leading provider of Independent analyses and information to the financial services industry, with a particular area of focus in money market mutual funds. The All -Taxable those funds on a monthly basis. For more information on the iMoneyNet, Inc. Index see www.sbcdeta.convindex.htni/ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Ivan M. Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Quarterly Financial Statements BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission receive and file the Financial Statements for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: During the first three months of the fiscal year, staff has monitored the revenues and expenditures of the Commission. The first quarter of the year is primarily directed toward completing end of the year activities. Staff expects most of the categories to present a better outlook by the end of the second and beginning of the third quarters. The Sales Tax and Interest revenues were 1 .64% higher than projected, At this point, it is too early to project the significance over the entire year, however, Staff believes that the year end revenues will be higher than projected. At mid year, Staff will evaluate the Sales Tax revenues and make appropriate adjustments. Other Sales Tax revenues were significantly higher at this point of the year than in past years. This was due to withdrawals on the Planning/Programming and Administration yearly revenues. These revenues will balance out as the year progresses. Staff fully expects to be right at the projected revenue at the end of the year. Federal, State and Local Government reimbursements and Other revenues are on a reimbursement basis and the Commission will receive these revenues as the projects are completed and billed. During this quarter, the Commission issued $35,501,000 in bonds for the construction of Route 79 and other Western County projects and the revenue is shown as Bond Proceeds. Most of the expenditure categories are right where they should be for the quarter or below targets. The only exception is the Office Lease/Utilities category as some of these expenditures are prepaid. Staff will continue to monitor this category and make adjustments as necessary. Salaries and Benefits and Streets and Roads categories are right at target. Highway Right of Way shows a negative expenditure as a check issued last fiscal year was returned and was voided. The vendor is to be paid in the future upon completion of the right of way transaction. Intergovernmental Distribution is at 90%. This is due to the one-time LTF Administration payments made to CVAG and WRCOG. Staff will continue to monitor the revenues and expenditures and notify the Commission of any unusual events. Attached is a report from Bechtel Corporation outlining the Budget Variance Explanations for the Highway and Rail programs. Attachments Riverside County Transportation Commission 0008F ACTUALS BY FUND 9/30/00 For Period Ending: 09/30/00 11/03/00 Description REVENUES Sales Tax Revenues Measure A Other Sales Tax Revenues Fed State Local & Other Govern Interest Income • Other Revenues TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION Salaries & Benefits General Legal Services Prof services (Excludes Legal) Office Lease/Utilities General Admin Expenses TOTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Salaries & Benefits General Legal Services Prof Services (Excludes Legal) General Projects Highway Engineering Highway Construction Highways ROW Special Studies Rail Engineering Rail Construction Rail ROW Commuter Assistance Regional Arterial Streets & Roads Special Transportion\Transit Project Operations/Maintenance Project Towing STA Distributions TOTAL PROGRAMS/PROJECTS DEBT SERVICE Principal Interest TOTAL DEBT SERVICE lnterngavern Distribution STATE WESTERN WESTERN COUNTY GENERAL WESTERN EASTERN TRANSIT CVAG COUNTY COMMERCIAL COMBINING FUND FSP/SAFE COUNTY COUNTY ASSISTANCE CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION PAPER DEBT SERVICE TOTAL 750,000.00 0.00 14,815,153.65 5,884,629.61 0.00 0,00 0.00 0.00 0.00 21,449,783.26 3,670,389.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3,670,389.00 1,418.05 78.70 154.32 0.0D 0.00 0.00 0.00 0,00 0.00 1,651.07 18,397.23 25,837.53 182,520.98 49,828.16 20,337.67 18,304.01 612,602.81 551,09 146,052.02 1,074,431.50 129,698.23 363,325.61 1,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 494,023.84 4,569,902.51 389,241.84 14,998,828.95 5,934,457,77 20,337.67 18,304.01 612,602.81 551.09 146,052.02 26,690,278.67 231,176.81 14,762.71 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0,00 0.00 245,939.52 8,622.12 550.34 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 9,172.46 195,165.63 3,760.35 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,370.00 207,295.98 60,961.08 3,891.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 64,852.20 59,053.56 3,775.92 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 62,829.48 554,979.20 26,740.44 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,370.00 590,089.64 225,630.51 15,560.85 84,057.51 249.90 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 325,498.77 4,018.30 111.00 20,747.77 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 24,877.07 57,641.84 12,001.45 49.57 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 69,692.86 3,508.07 0.00 105,855.17 3,779.32 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 113,142.56 0.00 0.00 225,464.87 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 225,464.87 0.00 0.00 435,752.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 435,752.50 0.00 0.00 (4,250.00) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 (4,250.00) 78.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 78.00 0.00 0.00 4,129.47 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 4,129.47 0.00 0.00 137,701.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 437,701.00 0.00 0.00 5,588.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5,588.25 0.00 0.00 72,677.34 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 72,677.34 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,450,394.73 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,450,394.73 0.00 0.00 6,076,114.19 2,197,791.61 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,273,905.80 851,178.00 0.00 222,055.75 371,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,444,233.75 183,372.21 127,172.92 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 310,545.13 0.00 121,209.58 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 121,209.58 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 79,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 79,000.00 1,325,426.93 276,055.80 7,385,943.39 4,023,215.56 79,000.00 0,00 0.00 0.00 0.00 13,089,641.68 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 561,022.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 561,022.00 Riverside County Transportation Commission ACTUALS BY FUND 9/30/DO For Period Ending: 09/30/00 11/03/00 QOOBF STATE WESTERN WESTERN COUNTY GENERAL WESTERN EASTERN TRANSIT CVAG COUNTY COMMERCIAL COMBINING Description FUND FSP/SAFE COUNTY COUNTY ASSISTANCE CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION PAPER DEBT SERVICE TOTAL Capital Out Lay 993.77 63.43 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,057.20 TOTAL EXPENDITURES Other Financing Sources/Uses Operating Transfer In Operating Transfer Out Bond Proceeds Total Other Financing Sources /Uses Excess(Deficiency)of Revenues And Other Financing Sources Over(Under)Expenditure And Other Financing Uses Fund Balance July 1, 2000 Fund Balance Sept 30, 2000 2,447,421.90 302,859.67 7,385,943.39 4,023,215.56 79,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,370.00 14,241,810.52 920.20 213,050.82 4,055,967.82 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 8,462,506.44 12,732,445.28 1,979.66 213,079.32 6,675,352.79 1,787,510.67 0.00 0.00 2,255,919.02 1,799,926.07 0.00 12,733,767.53 0..00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 35,501,000.70 0.00 0.00 35,501,000.70 (1,059.46) (28.50) (2,619,384.97) (1,787,510.67) 0.00 0.00 33,245,081.68 (1,799,926.071 8,462,506.44 35,499,678.45 2,126,421,15 86,353.67 4,993,500.59 123,731.54 (58,662.33) 18,304.01 33,857,684.49 (1,799,374.98) 8,600,188.46 47,948,146.60 4,119,843.22 2,604,003.41 35,465,719.34 13,083,217.43 4,688,899.87 8,359,031.13 34,131,796.56 1,890,456.06 8,219,823.67 1/2,562,790.69 6,246,264.37 2,690,357.08 40,459,219.93 13,206,948.97 4,630,237.54 8,377,335./4 67,989,481.05 91,081.08 16,820,012.13 160,510,937.29 Budget Variance Explanations 1s` Quarter ending 9/30/00 Highway EnEineering Route 74 - Final design activities have slowed down quite a bit due to delays for environmental issues and related studies having to be performed for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife. This has resulted in scope changes and increase requirement for right of way acquisition estimates which impact design. Consultant recently submitted remaining invoice for FY 2000. Activities will pick up in the 2'd quarter. Route 79 - The allocated budget to cover the cost of performing environmental review of the landscaping for the Lamb Canyon project is still awaiting formalization from the Fish and Wildlife to complete the mitigation requirement to close out the project. Although design has commenced on the realignment project, progress has been slowed due to resource agency requirements of the environmental investigation. Route 60 - HOV 60/I-215 to Redlands Blvd project just recently started and expect design activity to accelerate in the 2nd quarter. Route 111 - Design activities for the Palm Desert projects have been delayed due to awaiting decision on the feasibility of the City assuming Hwy 111 design responsibilities from the State for all projects. Highway Construction Route 74 - Due to the on -going design and environmental issued, ROW acquisition has just recently started and has delayed the start of construction work until spring of 2001. Route 79 - County of Riverside has not made a decision on proceeding with constructing of right turn lanes on Gilman Springs Road. Route 111 - Although the Gene Autry Trail project in the City of Palm Springs and the Monroe to Rubidoux project in the City of Indio are near completion receipt of invoices for incurred expenditures are still pending. Cities have elected to submit at completion of the project. Rail Engineering Pedley Station - Determining communications requirement and the economical feasibility for the station to link to the Downtown Station for monitoring continues. Once an option is selected design can then proceed. Santa Fe Depot - Design has just commence and expenditures will be included in the 2" quarter. San Jacinto Line - A design consultant has just been selected and would anticipate incurred expenditures late 2nd quarter, Tier II stations - The consultants were behind in their submittal of invoices for FY 2000 which were recently received. Invoices for the 1" quarter were received in late October. Rail Construction Rail construction for the Pedley station security system and emergency platform, the Santa Fe Depot, the San Jacinto branchline have not started due to the engineering issues mentioned above. Special Studies Expenditures for the CETAP program are expected to be received in the 2" quarter. CETAP has a budget of $1.3 Million. The remaining budget covers RT71/91 and the North/South corridor studies with invoices received late October. These actuals will be included as part of the 2❑d quarter financial report. General Note: The first quarter of the year is primarily directed toward completing end of the year activities. Most vendors do not even began to bill us for current year activities until the month of September. Therefore, first half of the year numbers typically are considerably under budget. Most of the categories will begin to reflect more accurately in relation to the budget by third quarter of the fiscal year. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Jerry Rivera, Program Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Quarterly Call Box Update BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission receive and file the operational statistics for the Riverside County Motorist Aid Call Box System for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Attached are the operational statistics for the call box system for the quarter ending September 30, 2000. There were a total of 14,172 calls during the quarter; 8,634 to Inland CHP and 5,538 to Indio CHP dispatch offices, This represents an increase of 238 calls ( + 1 .7%) in call box activity over the quarter ending June 30, 2000. The average calls per day were 154 for the current quarter versus 153 for the previous quarter. In comparing the quarter ending September, 2000 to September, 1999 call volumes, there has been a decrease of 2,529 calls (-15.1 %) from last year to this year. All call box programs throughout the state have been experiencing a similar decrease in usage. Attachments Call Box calls to CHP for ALL TIME - 725,488 ;6egir M14ay'901 dHO 01 slleo Jo AnwwnS aplsaanla 0003 aapeno pc Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 1 Data Source: AT&T Wireless 'The amount of time each call box is authorized to use in one month without an additional charge from the cellular vendor 'Call boxes are scheduled to Call Maintenance every 3 days (10 times/month) sisAfeud aainBoo apsaanu 0003 lalmno pie Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 2 Data Source: AT&T Wireless s,s Call Highway Boxes RV-010 Calls to CHP Avg Calls/Box 398 4,333 10.9 en §1 RV-015 201 3,610 18.0 RV-031 5 37 7.4 RV-033 2 33 16.5 4�4 1 a° RV-060 72 945 13.1 RV-062 26 272 10.5 RV-071 NIA 0 0.0 RV-074 28 234 8.4 RV-078 7 8 1.1 s`s^ RV-079 29 201 6.9 RV-086 10 39 3.9 a f J RV-86S 14 72 5.1 RV-091 155 2,434 15.7 RV-095 7 22 3.1 RV-111 13 77 5.9 RV-177 26 55 2.1 RV-215 88 1,597 18.1 5 RV-243 14 104 7.4 Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services RV-371 12 54 4.5 i unassigned 3 0 0.0 TOTALS 1,110 14,127 12.7 Page: 3 Aemt !H Aci soil pis xo8 Ilan appenu OCW aalmn0 10a6 Data Source: AT&T Wireless Calls to CHP Park N Ride Average Calls 1 Day TIME of day 10pm - 11 pm 11 pm - 12am 3rd QTR 12am - lam 1 am - 2am 2am - 3am 3am - 4am 4am - 5am 5am - 6am 2000 394 415 TOTAL 300 2,208 3rd QTR 2000 6 0 5 0 1 4 19 2000 4.3 4.5 3rd Quarter 3.5 I 2.4 2.1 1.9 2.1 3.3 24.2 L_°I Pt g0i 3rd QTR 2000 6am - 7am ° •482 iEi`ii:ii•B 7 ¢ 5.3 FF: .°"'.°ili :g y; 6.0 7am - 8am 99°e¢E:.:.'FFe;€ .a.,.:�a€F:: ;Rais,ff : 543 Pi�l>:>:>:: jbag4q'.q q E:":.:.:'.:jdihl as. ..: n8aa0. a 10 .....,.,.,.,., ....<...!€!Ib;p 11 >Ye6 °OaRa6al;' 5.6 8am - 9am °rbt e3vevae =s3'�? 513 �B@eBe, ;s>=:=::;;?x;: 4 ..°.,.,,..E�I 't;Fx@6@ r$$¢i@e:;$%%�% 6.7 gam - 10am 3ee�ea�E. 608 B:iiHaly>.i?jz: �DPe:e°;` 3 ............ a`a_ q [Y:Fq ss$$ ;<:;,?`gea6.7 10am - 11 am 615 33 ;;; 8 8.6 11 am - 12pm ,,, 8 788 °,�� 6 r$ 9.0 12pm - 1 pm e ..<,::,9$ 8212 7• . ;a � °gBB � �' 10.2 1 m - 2pm ..,....;.�:,m,,..,pr... <. .T. 3 }1,C1 930 :.:, s: s; � .............. , � 20 °•;ia:•2:t::>..:> :;e, ,:,::;::;EEi 1 e,gee .:_ 58.1 T ......_ TOTAL 62 5,300 65 2pm - 3pm 3pm - 4pm 4pm - 5pm 1,065 985 1,004 11 14 7 5pm - 6pm 9;. 921 9 6pm - 7pm 7pm - 8pm 8pm - 9pm ;r 882 723 582 23 14 21 9pm - 10pm 502 6 TOTAL 6,664 105 11.7 10.8 11.0 10.1 9.7 7.9 6.4 5.5 3.3 I I I i 73.0 RCTC TOTAL 14,172 189 155.3 RCTC TOTAL anoH Aq dHo of sue° to kiew ans apisaanu 0003 aalien° pa0 Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 4 Data Source: AT&T Wireless 400 350 390 250 200 150 100 50 9 Ocl-BB Previous Performance Nov4B Oec-00 Jan -CA FabW Mario Preventive Percent of PM Maintenance System Cycle Visits Visited Oct-99 70 6% Nov-99 136 121)/0 Dec-99 284 25% Jan-00 252 23% Feb-00 33 3% Mar-00 200 18% Total 975 PM visits needed to be on schedule 186 / Month (17%) 87% AVG Number of Active Call Boxes (over the last 6 months) 1,119 PM visits in the last 6 months 162 / Month (15%) oto / v —I\_I 400 350 309 250 200 150 100 50 0 npwo Most - .� Performance may -au Jun On JUG MOO Spm Preventive Percent of Recent Maintenance System PM Cycle Visits Visited Apr-00 90 8% May-00 205 18% Jun-00 201 18% Jul-00 245 22°/d Aug-00 0 0% Se • -00 359 32% Total 1,100 PM visits needed to be on schedule 186 / Month (17%) 9 9 % AVG Number of Active Call Boxes (over the last 6 months) 1,117 PM visits in the last 6 months 183 / Month (16%) to c-�Q; `1) aaueualupn anwenaid appenu 0002 "%len() pie Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 5 Data Source: Comarco Wireless THIS REPORT COVERS THE INLAND DISPATCH CENTER ONLY A "lost call" occurs when a call box caller hangs up or "redials" before reaching a CHP operator. Note: "redialing", or pressing the call button a second time, disconnects the caller and reconnects them at the end of the queue {calls are answered by CHP in the order they are received.} spec aso1 }o 1uaaaad 1 8•% 16% 14% 12% 10% 8% 6% 4% 2% o% 8 Aug '99 - CHP changed from the SR1000 ACD to the Meridian ACD. [Data was not provide by CHP from Aug - Dec 1999.] ,■,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,■ 11111111111111111111/11111,\1/ 111111111111111111■111I 'IV ,■,,,■„r1,,,,11 �► 1,1111P4I 11■1111 111111 I1111111r o w m E, c IF 0 0 m m y 'o 5 c c c m s- s s S 8� • $$ 8 8 8 8 g 8 8$ 8 Oct-98 Nov-98 Dec-98 Jan-99 Feb-99 Mar-99 A. r-99 Ma -99 Jun-99 Jul-99 Aug-99 Sep-99 Oct-99 Nov-99 Dec-99 7% 6% 9% 5% 7% 6% 7% 6% 8% 9% • m rd o ❑Z O N Z d Jan-00 Feb-00 Mar-00 Apr-00 Ma -00 Jun-00 Jul-00 Aug-00 Sep-00 NA NA NA NA NA 9% 16% 11% 9% 14% 12% 13% The length of ime (in minutes) a motorist waited before hanging up or "redialing" CHP. On hold Jul-00 Aug-00 Sep-00 AVG < 30 21 % 26% 23% 23% < 60 14% 10% 10% 12% < 90 1 1 % 9% 8% 9% < 120 9% 6% 6% 7% < 300 20% 21 % 20% 20% < 600 25% 28% 30% 28% > 600 0% 0% 2% 1 % Delay Jul-00 Aug-00 Sep-00 AVG Average 194 206 227 209 30% Average time on hold 25% before disconnecting 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% s < 30 < 60 < 90 < 120 < 300 < 600 > 600 Seconds stsApuy PO isoi appenud 000z aapuno pc Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 6 Data Source: CHP ACD THIS REPORT COVERS THE INLAND DISPATCH CENTER ONLY CHP considers a call to be "delayed" if the call is not answered within 12 seconds. A call must be answered for it to be a delayed call, otherwise it is a lost call. Oct-98 83% 66 Nov-98 56 77 Feb-99 Mar-99 Apr-99 May-99 Jun-99 Jul-99 Aug-99 NA NA Sep-99 NA NA Oct-99 z NA NA Nov-99 cu NA NA cn Dec-99 NA NA Jan-00 42% 44 Feb-00 49% 70 55 57 May-00 71 67 88 Aug-00 93 Se -00 87 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 90 60 30 0 L r T t ♦ i 1 1 1 n m CD n m iF0CAnt[3 o �J 8 m 6 8 8 D 8 8 Dec-98 80% 84% 79% 79% 62 62 Jan-99 Mar-00 Apr-00 Jun-00 Jui-00 P 80% 80% 80% 84% 83% 4 8 % 47% 53% 51% 45% 49% 44% 60 65 56 83 82 r C r- m m> D m J u 1-00 Au.-00 Se •-00 AVG On Time 46% 45% 49% 44% 46% 9% 6% Delayed 5% F777. 1 5% Linel 9% �c h 20°io 7% 1 1 % 8% 9% 5% 4% 3% 1 0 % 26% 7% 5% 5% 8% 15% 5% 5% 8% 9% 2 0 % 5% 9% 20% ACD Notes Aug '99 - CHP changed from the SR1000 ACD to the Meridian ACD. Criteria for the SR1000 % Delayed = call must be answered within 5 secs. Criteria for the Meridian Delayed = 12 secs. Data not provide by CHP from Aug - Dec 1999. Note: Aug & Sep data was averaged using historical trends due to incomplete CHP source data. spAieud PO paAele0 appenu 000z aapano pc Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 7 Data Source: CHP ACD CALSAFE CALL BOX ACTIVITY REPORT .; CaISAFE Cali Boxes Members Sept San Die • o Riverside MTC Ventura CVRS Santa Barbara Total 1,700 21% 1,110 14% 3,173 39% 556 7% 1,261 16% 329 4% 8,129 100% 9,969 33% 4,051 13% 10,570 35% 1,362 4% 3,770 12% 624 2% 30,346 80,536 30% 39,544 15% 98,074 36% 13,383 5% 32,421 12% 6,238 2% 100% 270,196:: . Calls / Box Sept YTD 5.9 47.4 3.6 35.6 3.3 30.9 2.4 24.1 3.0 25.7 1.9 19.0 100% 3.7 33.2. Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 8 Data Source: Cellular Tapes RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Approve Caltrans Cooperative Agreement for the Final PS&E Design of the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project from Tyler Street to Jane Street BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission: 1) Approve the Cooperative Agreement with Caltrans 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 BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In June of 1998, the Commission awarded a Contact for the Final PS&E Design for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project from Tyler Street to Monroe Street in the City of Riverside. This project also included the design for the remaining Phase II Sound Walls along Route 91, required for the mitigation of RCTC's previously constructed Route 91 HOV Median Widening Project from Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street in the City of Riverside. The design and construction costs for the project were estimated to be $16 million. The Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project was initially to be totally funded by RCTC Measure A funds. Currently, this project will be funded using Caltrans State Highway Operations and Projection Program (SHOPP) funds and $3.345 million of Regional Improvement Program funds (reference Commission agenda Item 9 of the November 8, 2000 Commission meeting). RCTC has now completed the design of all Sound Walls along Route 91, except one, and has completed construction of all Sound Walls along Route 91, except the one to be designed and three currently under construction. At the same time the final PS&E Design for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project has proceeded and has been delivered to Caltrans for final comments. The construction cost for the auxiliary lane project is currently estimated to be approximately $21.5 million. Caltrans has secured $18.5 million from the SHOPP Program. This SHOPP funding along with the previously reprogrammed $3.345 million of RIP funding will totally fund the project. Attached, for approval, is the Cooperative Agreement between the State and RCTC for the final PS&E Design for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project. The Cooperative Agreement outlines the responsibilities of each party. RCTC is responsible for all costs associated with the design of the project and design construction support. Per a subsequent agreement, Caltrans will be responsible for all construction costs for the project. The design costs have already been approved as part of previous Commission actions and were part of the approved budget. Attachments 08-Riv-91-KP 11.91/34.76 (PM 7.4/21.6) from 15/91 Interchange to 60/91 /215 Interchange Construct Auxiliary Lanes and Install CCTV, VDS and RMS Systems 08303 - 4353U0 District Agreement No. 8-1132 DESIGN COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT This AGREEMENT, entered into , is between the STATE OF CALIFORNIA, acting by and through its Department of Transportation, referred to herein as STATE, and RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION, a public entity, referred to herein as COMMISSION. RECITALS (1) STATE and COMMISSION, pursuant to Streets and Highways Code Section 130, are authorized to enter into a Cooperative Agreement for improvements to State highways within city of Riverside. (2) STATE and COMMISSION desire State highway improvements consisting of the construction of Auxiliary Lanes and the installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), Video Detection System (VDS), and Ramp Meter System (RMS), on Route 91 between 15/91 Interchange and 60/91/215 Interchange, referred to herein as "PROJECT", and COMMISSION is willing to fund one hundred percent (100%) of all capital outlay and staffing costs for the design of the auxiliary lanes, and STATE is willing to perform and fund one hundred percent (100%) of the design of the CCTV, VDS and RMS. STATE will also provide oversight for the design of the auxiliary lanes and environmental at STATE expense. (3) This Agreement supersedes any prior Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) relating to PROJECT. (4) Construction of said PROJECT will be the subject of a separate future Agreement. (5) STATE will Advertise, Award, and Administer the construction of PROJECT. (6) District Agreement No. 8-1132 The parties hereto intend to define herein the terms and conditions under which PROJECT is to be developed, designed, and financed. SECTION I COMMISSION AGREES: (1) To fund one hundred percent (100%) of all preliminary and design engineering costs for the auxiliary lanes. (2) To have a Project Report (PR), including all necessary Environmental Documentation (ED), and detailed Plans, Specifications and Estimate (PS&E) for auxiliary lanes, prepared at no cost to STATE and to submit each to STATE for review and approval at appropriate stages of development. Project Report, final plans and standard special provisions shall be signed by a Civil Engineer registered in the State of California. (3) To permit STATE to monitor and participate in the selection of personnel who will prepare the PR, conduct environmental studies and obtain PROJECT approval, prepare the PS&E for the auxiliary lanes, provide the right of way engineering services, and perform right of way activities, if necessary. COMMISSION agrees to consider any request by STATE to discontinue the services of any personnel considered by STATE to be unqualified on the basis of credentials, professional expertise, failure to perform in accordance with scope of work and/or other pertinent criteria. (4) Personnel who prepare the PS&E and right of way maps shall be available to STATE, at no cost to STATE, through completion of construction of PROJECT to discuss problems which may arise during construction and/or to make design revisions for contract change orders. (S) To make written application to STATE for necessary Encroachment Permits authorizing entry onto STATE's right of way to perform surveying and other investigative activities required for preparation of the PR, ED and/or PS&E. (6) To identify and locate all utility facilities within the PROJECT area as part of its PROJECT design responsibility. All utility facilities not relocated or removed in advance of construction shall be identified on the PROJECT plans and specifications. 2 (7) District Agreement No. 8-1132 To identify and locate all high and low risk underground facilities within the PROJECT area and to protect or otherwise provide for such facilities, all in accordance with STATE's "Manual on High and Low Risk Underground Facilities Within Highway Rights of Way." COMMISSION hereby acknowledges receipt of STATE's "Manual on High and Low Risk Underground Facilities Within Highway Rights of Way." (8) If any existing public and/or private utility facilities conflict with PROJECT construction or violate STATE's encroachment policy, COMMISSION shall make all necessary arrangements with the owners of such facilities for their protection, relocation or removal in accordance with STATE policy and procedure for those facilities located within the limits of work providing for the improvement to the State highway and in accordance with COMMISSION policy for those facilities located outside of the limits of work for the State highway. Total costs of such protection, relocation or removal shall be in accordance with STATE policy and procedure. (9) To furnish evidence to STATE, in a form acceptable to STATE, that arrangements have been made for the protection, relocation, or removal of all conflicting facilities within STATE's right of way and that such work will be completed prior to the award of the contract to construct PROJECT or as covered in the Special Provisions for said contract. This evidence shall include a reference to all required State highway encroachment permits. (10) COMMISSION shall require the utility owner and/or its contractors performing the relocation work within STATE's right of way to obtain a STATE encroachment permit prior to the performance of said relocation work. (11) To perform all right of way activities, if required, including all eminent domain activities, if necessary, at no cost to STATE, in accordance with procedures acceptable to STATE, and in compliance with all applicable State and Federal laws and regulations, subject to STATE oversight to insure that the completed work is acceptable for incorporation into the State highway right of way. (12) To utilize the services of a qualified public agency in all right of way acquisition related matters in accordance with STATE procedures as contained in Right of Way Procedural Handbook, Volume 9. Whenever personnel other than personnel of a qualified public agency are utilized, administration of the personnel contract shall be performed by a qualified Right of Way person employed or retained by COMMISSION. 3 District Agreement No. 8-1132 (13) To certify legal and physical control of right of way ready for construction and that all right of way were acquired in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws and regulations subject to review and concurrence by STATE prior to the advertisement for bids for construction of PROJECT. (14) To deliver to STATE legal title to the right of way, including access rights, free and clear of all encumbrances detrimental to STATE's present and future uses not later than the date of acceptance by STATE of maintenance and operation of the highway facility. Acceptance of said title by STATE is subject to a review of a Policy of Title Insurance in STATE's name to be provided and paid for by COMMISSION. (15) To be responsible, at COMMISSION expense, for the investigation of potential hazardous waste sites within and outside of the existing State highway right of way that wouid impact PROJECT. (16) To be responsible, at no cost to STATE, for remediation of hazardous waste found on existing or proposed State highway right of way to be acquired for PROJECT. (17) COMMISSION shall provide all plans prepared by COMMISSION or COMMISSION's consultant on either 4 or 8 millimeter magnetic tape using Micro Station Release 5.0 .dgn andlor Micro Station SE V05.07 Rev. 22 files in UNIX TAR or CPIO format, or 1S0 9660 Standard CD ROM format or Auto CAD Version 13. One copy of the data on the magnetic tape, including the Engineer's electronic signature and seal, shall be provided to STATE upon completion of the final PS&E for PROJECT. STATE reserves the right to modify the magnetic tape requirements and STATE shall provide COMMISSION advance notice of any such modifications. Reimbursement to STATE for costs incurred by STATE to Advertise, Award, and Administer the construction contract for PROJECT will be Covered in a separate Cooperative Agreement referred to in Section III, Article (9), of this Agreement. SECTION II STATE AGREES: (1) To provide, at no cost to COMMISSION, oversight of the PR, ED and auxiliary lane PS&E, and to provide prompt reviews and approvals, as appropriate, of submittals by COMMISSION, and to cooperate in timely processing of PROJECT. 4 District Agreement No. 8-1132 (2) To provide, at no cost to COMMISSION, oversight of all right of way activities, if required, undertaken by COMMISSION, or its designee, pursuant to this Agreement. (3) To issue, at no cost to COMMISSION, upon proper application by COMMISSION, an Encroachment Permit to COMMISSION authorizing entry onto STATE's right of way to perform survey and other investigative activities required for preparation of the PR, ED and/or PS&E. If COMMISSION uses consultants rather than its own staff to perform required work, the consultants will also be required to obtain an Encroachment Permit. The permit will be issued at no cost upon proper application by the consultants. (4) To perform, at no cost to COMMISSION, the preliminary and design engineering for the CCTV, VDS and RMS for PROJECT. SECTION III IT IS MUTUALLY AGREED: (1) All obligations of STATE under the terms of this Agreement are subject to the appropriation of resources by the Legislature and the allocation of resources by the California Transportation Commission. (2) Should any portion of PROJECT be financed with Federal funds or State gas tax funds, all applicable laws, rules and policies relating to the use of such funds shall apply notwithstanding other provisions of this Agreement. (3) The parties hereto will carry out PROJECT in accordance with the Scope of Work, attached and made a pan of this Agreement, which outlines the specific responsibilities of the parties hereto. The attached Scope of Work may in the future be modified in writing to reflect changes in the responsibilities of the respective parties. Such modifications shall be concurred with by COMMISSION's Chairman and/or Executive Director or other official designated by COMMISSION and STATE's District Director for District 8 and become a part of this Agreement after execution by the respective officials of the parties. (4) The Project Study Report (PSR) for the auxiliary lanes was approved on January 12, 2000, and the Project Study Report/Project Report (PSR/PR) for the CCTV, VDS and RMS approved on June 23, 1998, by this reference, shall become part of this Agreement. (5) The basic design features (as defined in Attachment 3 of the Scope of Work for PROJECT) shall comply with those addressed in the approved PSR, unless modified as required for environmental clearance and/or FHWA approval of PROJECT. 5 District Agreement No. 8-1132 (6) The design, right of way acquisition, and preparation of environmental documents for PROJECT shall be performed in accordance with STATE standards and practices current as of the date of execution of this Agreement. Any exceptions to applicable design standards shall be approved by STATE via the processes outlined in STATE's Highway Design Manual and appropriate memorandums and design bulletins published by STATE. In the event that STATE proposes and/or requires a change in design standards, implementation of new or revised design standards shall be done in accordance with STATE's memorandum "Effective Date for Implementing Revisions to Design Standards", dated February 8, 1991. STATE shall consult with COMMISSION in a timely manner regarding effect of proposed and/or required changes on PROJECT. (7) COMMISSION's share of all changes in development costs associated with modifications to the basic design features as described above shall be in same proportion as described in this Agreement, unless mutually agreed by STATE and COMMISSION in a subsequent amendment to this Agreement. (8) Any hazardous material or contamination found within the area of PROJECT requiring remedy or remedial action, as defined in Division 20, Chapter 6.8 et seq. of the Health and Safety Code, or any cultural, paleontological, anthropological, or other protected resource requiring protection shall be the responsibility of COMMISSION, at COMMISSION's expense as part of the cost of PROJECT. Locations subject to remedy or remedial action and/or protection include utility relocation work required for PROJECT. Costs for remedy and remedial action and/or protection shall include, but not be limited to, the identification, treatment, removal, packaging, transportation, storage, and disposal of such material. (9) COMMISSION shall be responsible, at COMMISSION's expense, for the development of the necessary remedy and/or remedial action plans and designs. Remedial actions proposed by COMMISSION shall be preapproved by STATE and shall be performed in accordance with STATE's standards and practices and those standards mandated by the Federal and State regulatory agencies. (10) A separate Cooperative Agreement will be required to cover responsibilities and funding for the PROJECT construction phase. (11) Nothing in the provisions of this Agreement is intended to create duties or obligations to or rights in third parties not parties to this Agreement or affect the legal liability of either party to the Agreement by imposing any standard of care with respect to the maintenance of State highways different from the standard of care imposed by law. 6 District Agreement No. 8-1132 (12) Neither STATE nor any officer or employee thereof is responsible for any damage or liability occurring by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by COMMISSION under or in connection with any work, authority or jurisdiction delegated to COMMISSION under this Agreement. It is understood and agreed that, pursuant to Government Code Section 895.4, COMMISSION shall fully defend, indemnify and save harmless the State of California, all officers and employees from all claims, suits or actions of every name, kind and description brought for or on account of injury (as defined in Government Code Section 810.8) occurring by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by COMMISSION under or in connection with any work, authority or jurisdiction delegated to COMMISSION under this Agreement. (1 3) Neither COMMISSION nor any officer or employee thereof is responsible for any damage or liability occurring by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by STATE under or in connection with any work, authority or jurisdiction delegated to STATE under this Agreement. It is understood and agreed that, pursuant to Government Code Section 895.4, STATE shall fully defend, indemnify and save harmless COMMISSION from all claims, suits or actions of every name, kind and description brought for or on account of injury (as defined in Government Code Section 810.8) occurring by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by STATE under or in connection with any work, authority or jurisdiction delegated to STATE under this Agreement. (14) This Agreement may be terminated or provisions contained herein may be altered, changed, or amended by mutual consent of the parties hereto. (15) Except as otherwise provided in Article (14) above, this Agreement shall terminate upon completion and acceptance of the construction contract for PROJECT, or on January 30, 2005, whichever is earlier in time. 7 STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION JEFF MORALES Director of Transportation By: S. LISIEWICZ District Director APPROVED AS TO FORM AND PROCEDURE: Attorney, Department of Transportation CERTIFIED AS TO FUNDS: District Budget Manager CERTIFIED AS TO PROCEDURE: Accounting Administrator 8 District Agreement No. 8-1132 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION By: TOM MULLEN, Chairman REVIEWED AND RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL: By: ERIC HALEY Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM AND PROCEDURE: By: Steven C. DeBaun Best, Best & Krieger Commission Counsel District Agreement No. 8-1132 SCOPE OF WORK This Scope of Work outlines the specific areas of responsibility for various project development activities for the proposed State highway improvements consisting of the construction of Auxiliary Lanes and the installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), Video Detection System (VDS), and Ramp Meter System (RMS), on Route 91 between 15/91 Interchange and 60/91 /215 Interchange 1. STATE will be the Lead Agency and COMMISSION will be a Responsible Agency for CEQA. COMMISSION will prepare the Environmental Document (ED) to meet the requirements of CEQA and NEPA. The draft and final ED will require STATE review and approval prior to public circulation. COMMISSION will provide all data for and prepare drafts of the Project Report (PR) and Project Approval Report (PAR). STATE will review and process the reports and request approval of the PROJECT and ED by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). COMMISSION will be responsible for the public hearing process. COMMISSION will provide the necessary environmental clearance for this project. COMMISSION will perform all studies to document the Categorical Exemption/Categorical Exclusion (CE/CE) determination. STATE will sign the CE/CE determination sheet. If, during preliminary engineering or preparation of the PS&E, new information is obtained which requires the preparation of an environmental clearance document, this Agreement will be amended to include completion of these additional tasks by COMMISSION. 2. COMMISSION and STATE concur that the proposal is a Category 5 as defined in STATE's Project Development Procedures Manual. 3. COMMISSION will submit drafts of environmental technical reports and individual sections of the draft environmental documents to STATE, as they are developed, for review and comment. Traffic counts and projections to be used in the various reports shall be supplied by STATE if available, or by the COMMISSION. Existing traffic data shall be furnished by COMMISSION. 4. STATE will review, monitor, and approve all project development reports, studies, and plans, and provide all necessary implementation activities up to, but not including, advertising of PROJECT. 5. The existing freeway agreement need not be revised. 9 District Agreement No. $-1132 6. All phases of the PROJECT, from inception through construction, whether done by COMMISSION or STATE, will be developed in accordance with all policies, procedures, practices, and standards that STATE would normally follow. i. Detailed steps in the project development process are attached to this Scope of Work. These attachments are intended as a guide to STATE and COMMISSION staff. 10 District Agreement No. 8-1132 ATTACHMENT I PLANNING PHASE ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBILITY PROJECT ACTIVITY STATE COMMISSION 1. ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS & DOCUMENT PREPARATION Establish Project Development Team (PDT) X X Approve PDT X Project Category Determination X Prepare Preliminary Environmental Assessment X Identify Preliminary Alternatives and Costs X Prepare and Submit Environmental Studies and Reports X Review and Approve Environmental Studies and Reports X Prepare and Submit Draft Environmental Document (DED) X Review DED in District X PROJECT GEOMETRICS DEVELOPMENT Prepare Existing Traffic Analysis X Prepare Future Traffic Volumes for Alternatives X Prepare Project Geometries and Profiles X Prepare Layouts and Estimates for Alternatives X Prepare Operational Analysis for Alternatives X Review and Approve Project Geometries and Operational Analysis X 3. PROJECT APPROVAL Lead Agency for Environment Compliance Certifies ED in Accordance with its Procedures Prepare Draft Project Report (DPR) Finalize and Submit Project Report with Certified ED ED for Approval Approve Project Report 11 X X X X X District Agreement No. 8-1132 ATTACHMENT 2 DESIGN PHASE ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBILITY PROJECT ACTIVITY STATE COMMISSION 1. PRELIMINARY COORDINATION Request 1 - Phase EA X Field Review of Site X X Provide Geometries X Approve Geometries X Obtain Surveys & Aerial Mapping X Obtain Copies of Assessor Maps and other RIW Maps X Obtain Copies of As-Builts X Send Approved Geometries to Local Agencies for Review X Revise Approved Geometries if Required X Approve Final Geometries X Determine Need for Permits from other Agencies X X Request Permits X Initial Hydraulics discussion with District Staff X Initial Electrical Design discussion with District Staff X Initial Traffic & Signing discussion with District Staff X Initial Landscape Design discussion with District Staff X Plan Sheet Format Discussion X X 2. ENGINEERING STUDIES AND REPORTS Prepare & Submit Materials Report & Typical Section X Review and Approve Materials Report & Typical Section X Prepare & Submit Landscaping Recommendation X Review & Approve Landscaping Recommendation X Prepare & Submit Hydraulic Design Studies X Review & Approve Hydraulic Design Studies X Prepare & Submit Bridge General Plan & Structure Type Selection X Review & Approve Bridge General Plan & Structure Type X 12 District Agreement No. 8-1132 RESPONSIBILITY PROJECT ACTIVITY STATE COMMISSION 3. R/W ACQUISITION & UTILITIES Request Utility Verification X Request Preliminary Utility Relocation Plans from Utilities X Prepare R/W Requirements X Prepare R/W and Utility Relocation Cost Estimates X Submit RIW Requirements & IJtility Relocation Plans for Review X Review and Comment on R/W Requirements X Longitudinal Encroachment Review X Longitudinal Encroachment Application to District X Approve Longitudinal Encroachment Application X Request Final Utility Relocation Puns X Check Utility Relocation Plans X Submit Utility Relocation Plans for Approval X Approve Utility Relocation Plans X Submit Final R/W Requirements for Review & Approval X Fence and Excess Land Review X R/W Layout Review X Approve R/W Requirements X Obtain Title Reports X Complete Appraisals X Review and Approve Appraisals for Setting Just Compensation X Prepare Acquisition Documents X Acquire R/W X Open escrows and Make Payments X Obtain Resolution of Necessity X Perform Eminent Domain Proceedings X Provide Displacee Relocation Services X Prepare Relocation Payment Valuations X Provide Displacee Relocation Payments X Perform Property Management Activities X Perform R/W Clearance Activities X Prepare and Submit Certification of R/W X Review and Approve Certification of R/W X Transfer R/W to STATE Approve and Record Title Transfer Documents X Prepare R/W Record Maps X 13 District Agreement No. 8-1132 RESPONSIBILITY PROJECT ACTIVITY STATE COMMISSION 4. PREPARATION OF PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES Prepare and Submit Preliminary Stage Construction Plans X Review Preliminary Stage Construction PIans X Calculate and Plot Geometrics X Cross -Sections & Earthwork Quantities Calculation X Prepare and Submit BEES Estimate X Put Estimate in BEES X Local Review of Preliminary Drainage Plans and Sanitary Sewer and Adjustment Details X Prepare & Submit Preliminary Drainage Plans X Review Preliminary Drainage Plans X Prepare Traffic Striping and Roadside Delineation Plans and Submit for Review Review Traffic Striping and Roadside Delineation Plans X Prepare & Submit Landscaping and/or Erosion Control Plans Review Landscaping and/or Erosion Control Plans X Prepare & Submit Preliminary Electrical Plans (Aux Lanes) Review Preliminary Electrical Plans (Aux Lanes) X Prepare & Submit Preliminary Signing Plans Prepare CCTV, VDS and RMS Plans X Review Preliminary Signing Plans X Quantity Calculations Safety Review X Prepare Specifications X Prepare & Submit Checked Structure Plans Review & Approve Checked Structure Plans X Prepare Final Contract Plans X Prepare Lane Closure Requirements Review and Approve Lane Closure Requirements X Prepare & Submit Striping Plan Review & Approve Striping Plan X Prepare Final Estimate X Prepare & Submit Draft PS&E X Review Draft PS&E X Finalize & Submit PS&E to District 14 ATTACHMENT 3 DEFINITIONS Basic Design Features: District Agreement No. 8-1132 1. The desirable minimum design speed for a limited access freeway like Route 91 is 130 kph. The posted speed limit is 105 kph. However, due to stopping sight distance restrictions the implied design speed for this location ranges from 84 kph to 92 kph. 2. Between Magnolia Avenue and Mary Street, SR-91 is an eight -lane, controlled access freeway facility, three mixed -flow lanes plus a High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane in each direction. There is an existing auxiliary lane, eastbound between Tyler Street and Van Buren Boulevard. 3. The width of the existing mixed -flow lane and HOV lane is 3.35 with a 0.61 m inside shoulder width. The width of the outside shoulder is 2.44 m. 4. Proposed improvements for this project includes: a. Add a 3.6-meter auxiliary lane and standard outside shoulder at westbound 91 from Van Buren Boulevard to Tyler Street, from Adams Street to Van Buren Boulevard, and from Madison Street to Adams Street. b. Add a 3.6-meter auxiliary lane and standard outside shoulder at eastbound 91 from Van Buren Boulevard to Adams Street and from Madison Street to Jane Street. c. Install CCTV, VDS and RMS. 5. Exceptions to Mandatory Design Standards: a. Design Speed b. Stopping Sight Distance c. Maximum Grade d. Paved Left Shoulder Width e. Ramp Lane Width f. Ramp Right Shoulder Width g. Deceleration Length at Exit Ramp 15 STATE OF CALIFORNIA - BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY 5Dr133 GRAY DAVIS, Govemor DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT 8, 464 W. 4th STREET, 6th FLOOR SAN BERNARDINO, CA 92401-1400 November 16, 2000 Mr. Eric Haley Executive Director Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, CA 92501 Dear Mr. Eric Haley: Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project -Hazardous Materials Responsibility Under the terms of the Design Cooperative Agreement for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane project, RCTC is responsible for the identification and remediation of hazardous matenals within the project area. The intent of this clause in the agreement is to identify hazardous materials that need to be remediated prior to the award of the construction contract. Since the construction is now being funded with state funds, instead of Measure funds as originally proposed, the State will assume responsibility for hazardous material remediation during the construction stage. In summary, Caltrans acknowledges that the Commission has properly carried out its responsibilities for the identification of hazardous material under Section I Paragraph 15 of District Agreement No. 8-1132. No hazardous materials were located by the Commission during the phase of the project covered by the agreement and therefore, Caltrans agrees that the Commission will have no further responsibility or liability under the District Agreement No. 8- 1132 for identification, remediation or liability related to hazardous materials which may be located within the area of the Project as defined in District Agree ment No. 8-1132. Please contact me at (909) 388-7149 if you wish to discuss this matter further. Sincerely, GARRY COHOE Division Chief Program/Project Management c: HSugita - RCTC BHughes - RCTC SLisiewicz SBayati BStokes CC‘_ a2ic_ Ha.teLi � 141 Da Suet PI) tt -rj S * Q.S1Os, ;3 Nov f , ti 2000 � RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Authorization to Bid Landscape Construction Package for Sound Wails No. 110, 121, and 161 BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission: 1) 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; and 2) Bring back the results for further Commission action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At its July 12 meeting, the Commission awarded the construction of Sound Walls No. 110, 121, and 161 on Route 91 from Jackson Street to Jefferson Street in the City of Riverside. The project is currently scheduled to be completed approximately by mid April 2001. The Sound Wall Landscaping Plans and Specifications were completed along with the Sound Wall Plans, but were not bid with the Sound Walls. Since different contractor trades are required for the construction and the landscaping construction efforts, the Commission has been able to obtain lower bids by bidding the projects separately. The City of Riverside has requested that landscaping be installed as soon as the construction of an individual Sound Wall is completed. To comply with the City of Riverside's request, the landscaping is scheduled to be installed at the completion of each sound wall and not be delayed until all three (3) sound walls are constructed. Therefore, staff is requesting authorization from the Committee to advertise for Construction Bids for Landscaping around Sound Walls No. 110, 121, and 161 on SR 91. The construction cost for Sound Walls No. 110, 121, and 161 Landscaping is estimated to be approximately $200,000 to $225,000. SCHEDULE The schedule for the bid process is as follows: Calendar of Events Advertise Request for Bids December 18, 2000 Pre -Bid Meeting January 2, 2001 Request for Bids Deadline January 11, 2001 Evaluate the Bids and make Recommendation to the Budget and Implementation Committee January 22, 2001 Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Y Year: FY 2000-01 Amount: $200,000 to $225,000 Budgeted Source of Funds: Measure "A" Fiscal Procedures Approved: Budget Adjustment: N Date: 1 1-20-00 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Authorization to Bid Vegetation Removal Construction Package for State Route 74 Realignment BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission authorize staff to advertise for construction bids to remove vegetation along State Route 74 and bring back the results for final Commission action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The State Route 74 Realignment project is a Measure "A" project from Dexter Avenue in Lake Elsinore to 7th Street in the City of Perris. The project will be constructed in two segments. Segment 1 is from Dexter Avenue in Lake Elsinore to approximately 1,640 feet east of Wasson Canyon Road. Segment 2 is from approximately 1,640 feet east of Wasson Canyon Road to 7th Street in the City of Perris. Segment 1 will be constructed first. 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 gnatcathcer breeding season (March 15 to August 31 ) to avoid disruption of its breeding and nesting activities. Vegetation removal will consist of cutting vegetation flush with the ground surface. The equipment used will most likely be chain saws and weed -whackers. The work must be completed by March 14, 2001. Based on environmental requirements, property must be acquired to remove vegetation. The Commission approved appraisals and acquisition of the properties on November 8, 2000. Offers were mailed to property owners on November 10, 2000. In order to provide time for advertising, bid submittal and review, and construction, the Commission must approve this action at their December 13, 2000 meeting. A December Commission agenda item, not on the Committee November 27, 2000 agenda, will allow eminent domain action on properties which do not conclude negotiations by December 13, 2000. If the eminent domain action is not approved by the Commission, this agenda item would be halted, since work cannot be initiated without acquisition of the properties. SCHEDULE The schedule for the bid process is as follows: Calendar of Events Advertise Request for Bids December 14, 2000 Pre -Bid Meeting December 20, 2000 Request for Bids Deadline December 29, 2000 Evaluate the Bids and Submit to the Commission for Approval to Award Contract January 10, 2001 Cost to perform this work in the range of $70,000 - $90,000 and is included in the current fiscal year budget. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Approve Caltrans' Program Supplemental Agreements No. M006 for the Pedley Metrolink Station CCTV system and M007 for the Santa Fe Depot Restoration Project BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission: 1 j 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. 08-6054; and 2) Authorize the Chair to sign the agreements subject to RCTC Legal Counsel review. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Program Supplemental Agreements are required so that RCTC can be reimbursed for the expenditures of Commission funds on the federally funded projects described below. The Program Supplemental Agreements are attached for your review and approval. Pedley Station: RCTC's existing Metrolink stations: Riverside -Downtown, Riverside -La Sierra and West Corona, have been or are being modified with the installation of a Close Circuit Television System(CCTV), This system will monitor the stations and transmit the images to a main terminal in the Riverside -Downtown Metrolink Station. By centralizing the system, RCTC will be able to reduce the time spent by uniformed security at the various Metrolink Stations in the evening hours after the passengers have returned. The Pedley Metrolink Station is the only station that does not have a CCTV system designed for it. At the December 1999 RCTC meeting, the Commission awarded Contract No. RO- 9952 to PB Farradyne, Inc., for the Phase I Communications Study, for the proposed new CCTV System at the Pedley Metrolink Station, for a total not to exceed contract amount of $17,000. The source of funds for this project are from CMAQ Funds. Santa Fe Depot: On November 3, 1997, RCTC purchased the historic Santa Fe Depot located at Mission Inn Avenue and Vine Street in Downtown Riverside. The depot was to be included as part of the expansion of the Riverside -Downtown Metrolink Station. It was envisioned that the depot could partially be used as crew quarters for the SCRRA train crews. The depot has not been in use or occupied in the recent past and has sustained substantial damage due to the elements and vandalism. Prior to occupancy, the depot would require retrofitting to present seismic standards and rehabilitation including replacing windows, doors, electrical system, and plumbing, and repairing the interior and exterior walls, ceiling, and floor. At its November 12, 1998 meeting, the Commission approved discretionary STP funds to support the Santa Fe Depot restoration. Staff was directed to prepare and advertise a Request for Proposal (RFP) for engineering services for the interim rehabilitation of the Historic Santa Fe Depot. The engineering work includes design for rehabilitation and seismic retrofit, and preparation of cost estimates and specifications for construction. At the April 12, 2000 RCTC meeting, the Commission awarded contract No. RO-2029 to Milford Wayne Donaldson Architect for a total contract not to exceed amount of $150,000. This amount includes funds to support the Section 106 studies that may be required to modify a potentially historic structure. The source of funds for this project are from TEA21 STP. tOGRAM SUPPLEMENT NO. M006 to )MINISTERING AGENCY -STATE AGREEMENT )R FEDERAL -AID PROJECTS NO. 08-6054 Date September 15,3000 Location: 08-RIV-0-RCTC Psi Q1 nen Number: CML-6054(024) 2.A. Number208-924547 is Program Supplement is hereby incorporated into the Agency -State Agreement for Federal Aid which was entered into between r Agency and the State on 06/03/97 and is subject to all the terms and conditions thereof. This Program Supplement is adopted in ;or -dance with Article I of the aforementioned Master Agreement under authority of Resolution No. 9 p pC 2 proved by the Agency on 3 I 1 '" 1 f (See copy attached). e Agency further stipulates that as a condition to payment of funds obligated to this project, it accepts and will comply with the Tenants or remarks setfarth on the following pages. DJECT LOCATION: WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT PEDLEY STATION PR OF WORE: CONSTRUCT SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS LENGTH: 0(MILES) MJECT CLASSIFICATION OR PRASE(S) OF WORK ] Preliminary Engineering [ ] Right -Of -Way j ] Construction r L.onstrucnon tngrneernig stimated Coat Federal Funds Hatching Fonda $112,957.00 Q40 $100,000.00 LOCAL $12,957.00 $0.00 OTHER 50.00 ITERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COWNISSION By Date Meat Title STATE OF CALIFORNIA Department of Transportation By Chief. Office of Local Programs Project Implementation Date sreby certify upon my personal know' that budgeted funds are available for this encumbrance: t lea counting Office iPter Statutes ! Item Year °gram( SC R 2000 2660-101-890 2000-2001 0.010.820 .-fir-c)t) Category 262040 Program Supplement 08-6054-11006- ISM" Toad Source 892-F $100,000.00 MOM 100,000.00 Page 1 of 2 •1,"'iV-0-RrTC 1L-6054(024) 09/15/2000 SPECIAL COVENANTS OR REMARKS 1. All maintenance, involving the physical condition and the operation of the improvements, referred to in Article III MAINTENANCE of the aforementioned Master Agreement will be the responsibility of the Local Agency and shall be performed at regular intervals or as required for efficient operation of the completed improvements. '2. The Local Agency will reimburse the State for their share of costs for work requested to be performed by the State. 3. The Local Agency agrees the payment of Federal funds will be limited to the amounts approved by the Federal Highway Administration in the Federal -Aid Project Agreement (PR-2)/Detail Estimate, or its modification (PR-2A) or the FNM-76, and accepts any increases in Local Agency Funds as shown on the Finance or Hid Letter or its modification as prepared by the Office of Local Programs Project Implementation. 4. This Program Supplement will be revised at a later date to include other phases of work. 5. The Local Agency will advertise, award and administer this project in accordance with the current Local Assistance Procedures Manual. Program Supplement 08-605444006- ISTEA Page 2 of 2 PROGRAM SUPPLEMENT NO. M007 to ADMINISTERING AGENCY -STATE AGREEMENT FOR FEDERAL -AID PROJECTS NO. 08-6054 Date :November 06,2000 Location : 08-RIV-O-RCTC Project Number :$TPL-6054(023) S.A. Number:08-924546 This Program Supplement is hereby incorporated into the Agency -State Agreement for Federal Aid which was entered into between the Agency and the State on 06/03/97 and is subject to all the terms and conditions thereof. This Program Supplement is adopted in accordance with Article I of the aforementioned Master Agreement under authority of Resolution No. approved by the Agency on (See copy attached). The Agency further stipulates that as a condition to payment of funds obligated to this project, it accepts and will comply with the covenants or remarks setforth on the following pages. PROJECT LOCATION: IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT THE SANTA FE DEPOT TYPE OF WORK: REHABIREPAIR DEPOT LENGTH: 0(MILES) PROJECT CLASSIFICATION OR PHASE(S) OF WORK [X] Preliminary Engineering [ ] Construction Engineering [ ] Right -Of -Way [ ] Construction Estimated Coat Federal Funds Matching Funds $135,548.00 Q23 $120,000.00 LOCAL $15,548.00 $0.00 OTHER $0.00 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION By Date Attest Title STATE OF CALIFORNIA Department of Transportation By Chief, Office of Local Programs Project Implementation Date I hereby certify upon myersonal knowledge that budgeted funds are available for this encumbrance: Accounting Offer Chapter Statutes Item Year Progr Date _// • ' 0 o BC Category Fund Source $120,000.00 AMOUNT 52 2000 2660-101-890 2000-2001 20.30.010.810 C 262040 892-F 120,000.00 Program Supplement 08-6054-M007- ISTBA Page 1 of 2 8-RIV-0-RCTC 11/06/2000 ',TPL-6054(023) SPECIAL COVENANTS OR REMARKS 1. The Local Agency agrees the payment of Federal funds will be limited to the amounts approved by the Federal Highway Administration in the Federal -Aid Project Agreement (PR--2)/Detail Estimate, or its modification (PR-2A) or the FNM-76, and accepts any increases in Local Agency Funds as shown on the Finance or Bid Letter or its modification as prepared by the Office of Local Programs Project Implementation. 2. The Local Agency will advertise, award and administer this project in accordance with the current Local Assistance Procedures Manual. 3. All maintenance, involving the physical condition and the operation of the improvements, referred to in Article III MAINTENANCE of the aforementioned Master Agreement will be the responsibility of the Local Agency and shall be performed at regular intervals or as required for efficient operation of the completed improvements. 4. This Program Supplement will be revised at a later date to include other phases of work. 5. The Local Agency will reimburse the State for their share of costs for work requested to be performed by the State. Program Suppiemeat08-6054-M007- ISTEA Page 2 of 2 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Approve Selection Process to provide Engineering Services Related to the San Jacinto Branch Line in Riverside County between the Cities of Riverside and Perris. BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission: 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 (if 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. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At its June 14, 2000 meeting, the Commission committed $20 million of future Measure "A" rail program funds to upgrade the San Jacinto Branch Line for commuter rail passenger service between downtown Riverside and Perris. The track improvements will also be compatible with the existing and future freight operations that are projected to be on this facility. The action, coupled with $3 million in federal CMAQ and Federal Transit Administration New Start funding requires the selection of a consultant to perform engineering services related to developing the necessary branch line improvements to support passenger rail and freight operations between Riverside and Perris. At the September 13, 2000 Commission meeting, the Commission approved and directed staff to prepare and advertise a Request for Proposal (RFP) to provide Engineering Services Related to the San Jacinto Branch Line in Riverside County between the Cities of Riverside and Perris. The calendar of events was as follows: Proposals were requested Proposals were delivered to RCTC Firms were notified of short list Interviews RCTC approves Selection September 18, 2000 October 13, 2000 October 27, 2000 November 15, 2000 December 13, 2000 Staff received proposals from five (5) firms. A selection panel was assembled, which consisted of representatives from RCTC staff, City of Riverside, Southern California Regional Rail Authority, Schiermeyer Consulting, Bechtel and March Joint Powers Authority. The selection panel reviewed the five (5) proposals and short listed three (3) of the five (5) firms. The three (3) firms presented teams that would be capable of competing the proposed scope of work. After evaluating the proposed project teams, their knowledge of the project and proposed project approach, the selection panel ranked the three (3) interviewed firms as follows: Top Ranked Second Third STV Incorporated Boyle Engineering Corporation Parsons Brinckerhoff Based on the results of the selection committee, staff recommends that a contract be negotiated with STV Incorporated to provide Engineering Services Related to the San Jacinto Branch Line in Riverside County between the Cities of Riverside and Perris. The RCTC model consultant agreement will be used. The negotiated scope, schedule and cost will be brought back to the Commission for the contract award. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Jerry Rivera, Program Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Call Box Upgrade Agreement between Riverside County Transportation Commission and Comarco Wireless Technologies BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission: 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. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: This item was presented to the Committee at its October 23, 2000 meeting (please see attached Committee report - Exhibit A). However, because of several questions from Commissioners regarding the on -going maintenance costs for the upgraded call boxes and the financial forecast of the program, it was sent back to staff for further evaluation and negotiation. Subsequently, staff met with Sebastian Gutierrez, Vice President of Comarco Wireless Technologies, in an effort to gather additional information and negotiate a price reduction. We also contacted other SAFEs in California to see how they had handled the issue of maintenance costs for upgraded call boxes. Comarco set a flat rate of $290 per box per year for maintenance work over two years ago, and according to Comarco, they built in the value of a warranty assuming the SAFEs would be proceeding with system upgrades when the rate was set. At our meeting with Mr. Gutierrez, staff proposed to Comarco a reduction in maintenance costs amounting to $104,500. This would represent the elimination of one preventive maintenance visit to the call box site during the installation period as well as no corrective maintenance charges for the upgraded boxes for one year. A few days later, Comarco submitted their offer to reduce the first year maintenance costs by $30,341 .25 (see Exhibit 1). In a telephone meeting with Mr. Gutierrez, he explained that their offer equated to a three-month warranty on the 930 upgraded call boxes and the reduction was equal to three months' worth of corrective and preventive maintenance costs. The reduction represents a 9.1 % reduction in costs, and, according to Mr. Gutierrez, almost completely eliminates the 10% profit built into the $290 flat fee maintenance costs. As mentioned previously, we did contact other SAFEs to see how they had handled the issue, and all but one, Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) in the Bay Area, had not sought maintenance cost reductions when upgrading their call boxes. MTC has approximately 3,200 call boxes in a nine county area, and they were able to negotiate a credit of $84,000 in their contract equaling a 9% reduction. Since all of their boxes were built by another manufacturer, all of their 3,200 boxes had to be upgraded. Neither Orange nor San Diego counties requested an adjustment to their upgrade contracts. Staff feels Comarco's offer to reduce the first year maintenance costs is reasonable when compared to MTC's credit and recommends the Commission accept the offer. Staff also prepared a ten-year financial forecast for the call box program through FY 2009/2010 to look at the financial stability of the program. Two forecasts were prepared: one with the call box upgrade done all at once (Exhibit 2); and the other with upgrading the call boxes as needed (Exhibit 3). The actual costs for FY 99100 and budgeted amounts for FY 00101 are identical on both schedules, with the exception of the system upgrade costs and the maintenance costs. The one-time upgrade schedule has a larger budgeted expenditure in FY 00101 for the upgrade and a credit of $30,341 for the maintenance costs whereas the other schedule has a smaller expenditure for upgrade costs, but continuing for five additional years, and no credit to the maintenance costs. In comparing the two schedules, it is evident that although the program experiences a larger reduction to its fund balance in the first year when the upgrade is done all at once, the projected balance at the end of the ten year period is $559,000 higher. It also appears that the program will begin to use part of its reserve fund balance to fund the program in FY 05106; however, staff is already looking at cost cutting measures (i.e. private call answering center versus higher CHP costs) to bring expenses more in line with program revenues. Based on the analysis of the ten year financial forecasts, staff recommends the Commission upgrade the call box system in one phase and enter into a system upgrade agreement with Comarco. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: N Year: FY 2000-01 Amount Requested: $865,214 Source of Funds: SAFE Fees GLA Account No.: 202-45-73301 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Budget Adjustment: Yes Date: 11-20-00 Exhibit "A" (1 of 3) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: October 23, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Jerry Rivera, Program Manager THROUGH: Marilyn Williams, Director of Regional Issues and Communications SUBJECT: Call Box Upgrade Agreement between Riverside County STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 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) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Riverside County Transportation Commission, through its capacity as the Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (SAFE), operates approximately 1,149 call boxes on freeways and highways in Riverside County. The call box system allows motorists to call for assistance in the event of an accident or mechanical problem. Each call box is a battery powered, solar charged roadside terminal with a microprocessor and built- in cellular telephone. The Commission's maintenance provider, Comarco Wireless Technologies (CWT), installs, repairs, and maintains the call boxes at a flat annual fee of $290 per call box. The agreement was approved by the Commission at its April 12, 2000, meeting and is in effect until June 30, 2005. Comarco provides such services as preventive maintenance; knockdown and vandalism repair; system operation and performance monitoring, site improvements and construction, and removals and reinstallations due to freeway construction. Exhibit "A" (2 of 3) Most of the current call boxes in the system are over ten years old, and at the time the program was originally implemented in April 1990, it was estimated that the equipment would last no longer than ten years. In fact, the original maintenance agreement with Cellular Communications Corporation, a division of GTE MobilNet, was for that specific ten year duration. At the time CWT began negotiations with RCTC staff to renew the maintenance agreement, Comarco encouraged RCTC to upgrade its current system (six other SAFEs have agreements with Comarco to upgrade their systems). Comarco had indicated that certain components are no longer manufactured or available, and they have exhausted all of their remaining inventory. However, since neither RCTC nor Comarco readily knew which or how many call boxes would need to be upgraded, in April, 2000, it was agreed to enter into a five year, flat -fee contract with the understanding that a further study would be done regarding the issue of refurbishing the system. It was further agreed that over the following twelve months, CWT and RCTC would analyze the system to determine its useful life, and that based on the analysis, RCTC would work with CWT to either upgrade the system, as deemed necessary, or renegotiate the contract to a time and material basis. Based upon Comarco's maintenance records, they have determined that 930 out of the 1,149 call boxes are equipped with the obsolete, out -dated components, and they are proposing to upgrade those boxes at $850 per box. Comarco would replace the radio transceivers, controller boards, solar regulators, all worn harnesses, remove any corrosion, replace all bulbs, replace all batteries, and paint all the housings and back plates. The upgrade would extend the useful life of the call box equipment for an additional ten years. Commission staff met with Mr. Sebastian Gutierrez, Vice President of Comarco's Call Box Systems, to discuss their proposal. Staff was concerned with the large, one-time expenditure of funds, and whether it would be prudent to replace the components all at once versus a piece -meal basis as they broke down. Comarco agreed to review our maintenance records for the past three years to determine how many incidents occurred which would require the replacement of transceivers, controller boards, or regulators. The attached schedule (Exhibit A) is a cost comparison on what the upgrade costs would be if the work was performed only as required versus all at once. The total estimated savings over a five year period is estimated at $465,200 based on refurbishment of call boxes all at once. The cost comparison is based on the Universal Price List (UPL) included in our maintenance contract. The UPI. is a uniform, state- wide price list used by Comarco to charge on a time and material basis for any work performed on non -system call boxes (i.e. TTY, smart call box or other ITS device). Exhibit "A" (3 of 3) The costs to replace the components on an annual basis would be $1 95,487, based on $1 ,245 per unit and our average of 157 units per year over the last three years. As a comparison, the total cost for a new call box is $3,341 .74, plus. It would take approximately six (6) years to upgrade the system if done on a piece -meal basis. The total cost as proposed in Comarco's refurbishment agreement would be $790,500, plus tax, and could be completed by July 31, 2001. Also, if the call boxes were upgraded on a piece -meal basis, the boxes would not receive the additional services of having any corrosion removed, all batteries replaced, and painting of all housings and back plates. The upgraded equipment would also be compatible with digital technology, so the call boxes could be readily converted when, and if, our cellular provider, AT&T, goes completely digital. Staff realizes that Comarco is the only provider of call box maintenance services in the State. Therefore, staff requested TeleTran Tek Services, our call box consultant, to independently review Comarco's maintenance data and assumptions used in their proposal. As part of their consultant agreement with the Commission, TeleTran Tek Services performs semi-annual audits of Comarco's billings for preventive and corrective maintenance and for any above contract costs (i.e. repairs for knockdown, vandalism, graffiti, etc.). It is their opinion that Comarco's statistics are accurate and that their assumptions are reasonable, and they are forwarding a letter to Commission staff to express their opinion in writing. The Call Box program budget (including the matching funds for the Freeway Service Patrol program but excluding the upgrade costs) for FY 2000-01 totals $1,218,000 and the estimated revenues are approximately $1,203,000, a difference of $15,000. This appears to be the first fiscal year in which expenditures will exceed revenues, and the program will begin using part of the reserve funds to finance program operations. There is some concern about the program not generating sufficient revenues to pay for itself, so staff is looking at various options (i.e. privatizing the call answering services) to possibly reduce costs and will return to the Commission by the first of the calendar year with a long term financial forecast for the call box program including future system wide upgrades required to accommodate digital technology. The call box program has a fund balance of $2,265,000 as of June 30, 2000, so there are sufficient reserve funds to finance the equipment upgrade given that the all at once approach over a five year period generates an estimated cost savings of $465,000. EXHIBIT 1 cLvt Comarea Wlrele+ca Techitniut;ies L : nrnwr,i 11-vi^�. LA �2E•iH 1S16USA P.,e,,. . 1-949..199. 7401n r •949•.S99• it 1, ‘,,,J.«,„ ON4\• F.- November 13, 2000 Mr. Jerry Rivera Project Manager Riverside County SAFE 3560 University Avenue. Suite 100 Riverside Ca 92501 US Dear Jerry, I have reviewed the information that we discussed last week. As I mentioned, We have very little room in the collective contracts to negotiate a Warranty that had already been considered in the pricing. The cost for warranty of these units was built into the new contract price. Therefore, what I have done is taken a look at reducing your annual expense on the new contract. The figures below represent the new contract monthly charges (5290.00 / 12). The CM/PM portion of the contracts was calculated as 45% of the total figure. I have provided a 3-month warranty that is equal to 3 months worth of CM/PM work. I then multiplied this figure by the total number of units (930) that we will be upgrading. New Contract Annual Price $290.00 Monthly CM/PM/ Billable Monthly portion of CWPM 3 Months Warranty $ 24.17 $ 10.98 $ 32.63 $30,34125 I will call you tomorrow at 9:30 AM as agreed to previously. Sincerely, Sebastian E. Gutierrez 'VP, Call Boat systems Comarco Wireless Technologies 1°.11 1.11 VV...•1. 1.,11.,r 111.11Li.• PI1.11uf 1•. Current Units = 1,149 Annual Revenue = $1,100,000 Annual CM & PM = $290/yr, Veh. Reg. Growth/Yr. = 0.50% RIVERSIDE COUNTY CALL BOX SYSTEM TEN YEAR FINANCIAL FORECAST FY 2000-01 THRU FY 2009-2010 ONE-TIME UPGRADE COSTS ANNUAL CASH FLOW Revenue FY 99/00 FY 00/01 FY 01/02 FY 02/03 FY 03/04 FY 04/05 FY 05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 Fund Balance $2,214,435 $2,265,190 $1,535,132 $1,594,383 $1,638,881 $1,666,395 $1,677,932 $1,668,900 $1,637,496 $1,581,804 $1,499,785 Interest (est.5%) $113,500 $97,000 $76,757 $79,719 $81,944 $83,320 $83,897 $83,445 $81,875 $79,090 $74,989 Misc. Revenues (1) $5,000 $6,050 $6,232 $6,418 $6,611 $6,809 $7,014 $7,224 $7,441 $7,664 $77,894 Vehicle Revenue $1,081,200 $1,100,400 $1,105,500 $1,111,028 $1,116,583 $1,122,166 $1,127,776 $1,133,415 $1,139,082 $1,144,778 $1,150,502 Total Revenue $3,414,135 $3,468,240 $2,723,620 $2,791,548 $2,844,019 $2,878,690 $2,896,619 $2,892,984 $2,865,894 $2,813,336 $2,733,169 Expenses System Upgrade (incl. tax) (2) $O $851,800 $0 $0 $0 . $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Cellular Access Charges (3) $147,1D5 $104,400 $104,400 $104,400 $104,400 $104,400 $107,532 $110,758 $114,081 $117,503 $121,028 Line/Toll Chrg. (Est.) (5) $966 $2,400 $2,472 $2,546 $2,623 $2,701 $2,782 $2,866 $2,952 $3,044 $3,131 Corrective Maint. (4) $119,452 $302,869 $343,206 $35$3,502 $364,108 $3$2,701 $386,282 $397,870 $409,846 $422,100 $434,763 Preventive Maint. (4) $74,088 Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Knockdowns (4) $135,060 Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Vandalism (4) $27,215 Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Graffit & Other Misc. (4) $14,739 Incl. Incl. Incl. Inc!_ Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Prof. Services T-Cubed $38,954 $48,537 $50,479 $52,102 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 Prof. Services -Other $0 $40,000 $15,000 $15,004 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 ROTC Charges (6) $171,073 $133,792 $137,606 $141,940 $146,198 $150,584 $155,102 $159,755 $164,547 $169,484 $174,568 CHP Operations (6) $194,478 $236,310 $243,399 $250,701 $258,222 $265,969 $273,948 $282,166 $290,631 $299,350 $308,331 Freeway Svc. Patrol $225,785 $213,000 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 Total Expenses $1,148,945 $1,933,108 $1,129,237 $1,152,667 $1,177,624 $1,200,758 $1,227,719 $1,255,488 $1,284,090 $1,313,551 $1,343,895 Surplus (Deficit) Revenues Over Expenses $2,265,190 $1,535,132 $1,594,383 $1,638;881 $1,666,395 $1,677,932 $1,668,900 $1,637,496 $1,581,804 $1,499,785 $1,389,274 FOOTNOTES: (1) Misc. Revenues (2) SYSTEM UPGRADE (3) Cellular Access Charge (4) PM/CM & Repair Charges (5) Line/Toll Charges (est) (6) G & A, ROTC & CHP JR: 11/20/00 Charges to SanBAG ($3,500/yr.) and insurance recoveries for knockdowns, subject to 3% escalation per year. ONE-TIME COST FOR 930 BOXES @ $850, plus tax. Fixed at $7.50/box/month thru 04/05; then estimated at +3% per yr. Fixed at $290/box/yr. (less $30,341 credit in 00/01) thru FY 04/05; however, subject to annual CPI increase (est. 3%). Toll costs bet. CHP answering center and outlying response units; 3% annual increase. Costs subject to 3% escalation. z ZlgIxxa Current Units = 1,149 Annual Revenue = $1,100,000 Annual CM & PM = $290/yr. RIVERSIDE COUNTY CALL BOX SYSTEM TEN YEAR FINANCIAL FORECAST FY 2000-01 THRU FY 2009-2010 UPGRADE AS NEEDED PLUS Veh. Reg. Growth/Yr. = 0.50% CURRENT MAINT . COSTS ANNUAL CASH FLOW Revenue FY 99/00 FY 00/01 FY 01/02 FY 02/03 FY 03/04 FY 04/05 FY 08/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 Fund Balance $2,214,435 $2,265,190 $2,147,467 $2,021,937 $1,865,953 $1,676,305 $1,452,966 $1,208,784 $1,154,375 $1,074,526 $967,143 Interest (esi.5%) $113,500 $97,000 $107,373 $101,097 $93,298 $83,815 $72,648 $60,439 $57,719 $53,726 $48,357 Misc. Revenues (1) $5,000 $6,050 $6,232 $6,418 $6,611 $6,809 $7,014 $7,224 $7,441 $7,664 $7,894 Vehicle Revenue $1,081,200 $1,100,000 $1,105,500 $1,111,028 $1,116,583 $1,122,166 $1,127,776 $1,133,415 $1,139,082 $1,144,778 $1,150,502 Total Revenue $3,414,135 $3,468,240 $3,366,572 $3,240,480 $3,082,444 $2,889,095 $2,660,405 $2,409,863 $2,358,617 $2,280,694 $2,173,896 Expenses System Upgrade (incl. tax) (2) $0 $209,124 $215,398 $221,860 $228,515 $235,371 $223,902 $0 $0 $0 $0 Cellular Access Charges (3) $147,105 $104,400 $104,400 $104,400 $104,400 $104,400 $107,532 $110,758 $114.081 $117,503 $121,028 Line/Toll Chrg. (Est.) (6) $986 $2,400 $2,472 $2,546 $2,623 $2,701 $2,782 $2,866 $2,952 $3,040 $3,131 Corrective Maint. (4) $119,462 $333,210 $343,206 $353,502 $364,108 $375,031 $386,282 $397,870 $409,806 $422,100 $434,763 Preventive Maint. (4) $74,088 Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Knockdowns (5) $135,060 Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. incl. Inc.!. Incl. lncl. Incl. Incl. Vandalism (5) $27,215 Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Graffiti & Other Misc. (5) $14,739 Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Incl. Prof. Services -T-Cubed $38,954 $48,537 $50,479 $52,102 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 $54,598 Prof. Services - Other $0 $40,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 RCTC Charges (7) $171,073 $133,792 $137,806 $141,940 $145,198 $150,584 $155,102 $159,755• $164,547 $169,484 $174,568 CHP Operations (7) $194,478 $236,310 $243,399 $250,701 $258,222 $265,969 $273,948 $282,166 $290,631 $299,350 $308,331 Freeway Svc. Patrol $225,785 $213,000 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 $232,475 Total Expenses $1,148,945 $1,320,773 $1,344,635 $1,374,527 $1,406,139 $1,436,129 $1,451,620 $1,255,488 $1,284,090 $1,313,551 $1,343,895 Surplus (Deficit) Revenues Over Expenses $2,265,1% $2,147,467 $2,021,937 51,865,953 $1,676,305 $1,452,966 $1,208,784 $1,154,375 $1,074,526 $967,143 $830,001 FOOTNOTES: (1) Misc. Revenues (2) SYSTEM UPGRADE (3) Cellular Access Charge (4) PM/CM & Repair Charges (5) Knockdowns, Vandalism, Graffiti, & Misc. Repairs (6) Line/Toll Charges (est.) (7) G & A, RCTC & CHP JR: 11/06/00 Charges to SanBAG ($3,500/yr.) and insurance recoveries for knockdowns, subject to 3% escalation per year. ANNUAL COST FOR 157 BOXES per year @ $1,332 (tax incl.) for FIVE YRS. & 145 BOXES IN 6th YR. With est. 3% CPI adjustment. Fixed at $7.50/box/month thru FY 04/05; then estimated at +3% per yr. Estimated CO $17.50/mo./box = $210lyr. subject to annual CPI increase (est. 3%). Estimated at current expense subject to 3°% CPI. Toll costs bet. CHP answering center and outlying response units; 3% annual increase. Costs subject to 3% escalation. E ilgixxa RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Plans and Programs Committee Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Approval of the Feasibility Study Report for the North/South Corridors between 1-10 and SR-60 between 1-1 5 and 1-215, PLANS & PROGRAMS COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Receive and file the Feasibility Study Report for the North/South Corridors between 1-10 and SR-60 between 1-15 and 1-215 per Contract No. RO-9936; 2) Approve the recommendations contained in the report; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At the June 9, 1999 Commission meeting, the Commission awarded Contract No. RO- 9936 to Meyer, Mohaddes and Associates (MMA) to produce a Feasibility Study for future North/South Corridors between 1-10 and SR-60 between 1-15 and 1-215. The funding of the study was split between SANBAG and RCTC on a 50/50 basis. SANBAG's 50% share was further split with the City of Fontana. RCTC was the lead agency for the project with agency participation from both the City of Fontana and SANBAG. Study team members also included planners from the County of Riverside, Caltrans and adjacent cities. Based on the extensive involvement of the North -South Corridors Study Team, a wide range of arterial improvements were identified and evaluated. The resulting report provides an overview of the technical assessment efforts/results of the six arterial alternatives included in the Final Study Set, The technical results compare the alternative mobility improvement scenarios and allow for informed decision -making on the prioritization of the alternatives within engineering, environmental and financial constraints. The North -South Arterial Corridor Study Area is an east -west oriented corridor which covers portions of Riverside and San Bernardino counties, as well as the cities of Fontana and Riverside, and unincorporated areas of both counties. As illustrated in the following map, the approximate limits of the study area are the 1-10 Freeway on the north; the 1-215 Freeway on the east; the SR-60 Freeway on the south; and the 1-15 Freeway on the west. The identification and evaluation of possible arterial improvements in the study area was extended north to Valley Boulevard in San Bernardino County, and south to Mission Boulevard in Riverside County. The North -South Arterial study area was recommended for study based on capacity deficiencies and related congestion problems, which have affected both local residents and long-distance commuters for many years. The lack of adequate north -south traffic capacity in this area has resulted in the exacerbation of traffic congestion problems on the few connecting arterials, as well as on area freeways, which support the overflow traffic. An overview of the factors identified in the 1998 Regional Transportation Plan fRTPJ prepared by SCAG, which will shape transportation system decisions in the North - South Arterial Corridors Study area are significant population growth, significant employment growth, substantial intra-study area trip growth, and significant capacity deficiencies resulting in projections of high levels of future congestion. The resulting analysis shows the North -South Arterial Study Area is forecast to attract and serve 3.2 million daily vehicle miles traveled and 169,600 daily vehicle hours traveled. The projected increase in traffic volumes will require an additional 26 lane miles of lane capacity on the study area's surface streets alone. More than 37 percent of the study area's travel time, or 38,500 hours every week day, will be spent in congestion. The study area's north -south arterials are forecast to experience growth ranging from 44 percent over 2000 conditions at the Mulberry/Country Village screenline at the western edge of the study area to a 64 percent increase at the Riverside Avenue/Main Street screenline on the eastern edge. The future growth is evenly distributed throughout the study area with an average arterial volume growth of 64 percent. For the study area's north -south freeways, the RIVSAN model analysis showed a forecast 51 percent increase from 2000 conditions in daily vehicular traffic at the 1-15 Freeway screenline, and a 46 percent daily increase on the 1-21 5 Freeway — with an average study area freeway volume growth of 48 percent. Overall, 2020 traffic volumes in the study area are forecast to increase by an average of 52 percent over 2000 traffic conditions. The North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study was accomplished through the following five tasks: 1. Identification of current study area conditions including mobility problems and related engineering and environmental constraints. 2. Identification of future mobility needs and goals based on information about the future levels of congestion and mobility without any further transportation improvements in the study area. 3. Development of alternative improvements based on the identified future congestion problems and capacity deficiencies. 4. Evaluation and comparison of the alternative improvements including resulting mobility improvements along with engineering feasibility and environmental impacts. 5. Development of recommendations identifying the best performing alternative improvements based on a combination of mobility improvements, engineering feasibility, conceptual cost and overall environmental impacts. The purpose of this study was to identify projects to improve area wide circulation by enhancing north -south movement between 1-10 and SR-60. Based on Study Team member input and previous studies, an Initial Study Set of twelve corridors was identified and evaluated on a "fatal flaw" basis. This effort resulted in the definition of the Final Study Set of the six arterial corridors illustrated on the following map and described below: 1. Mulberry Avenue/Country Village Road/Mission Boulevard 2. Poplar Avenue connection to Pyrite Road 3. Sierra Avenue connection to Pacific Avenue 4. Alder Avenue to Locust Avenue to Armstrong Road to Valley Way 5. Cedar Avenue to Market Street 6. Sierra Avenue to Pacific Avenue with Armstrong Road to Valley Way A summary of the findings is included in the following tables attached to the staff report. Recommendations: Based on the finding of this study, the North -South Arterial Corridors Study Team has developed recommendations for consideration and approval: 1. The study identified the range of engineering, environmental and mobility impacts, benefits and costs generated by the six corridor alternatives. This information should be used by the local agencies to evaluate their respective long range circulation needs in coordination with adjacent jurisdictions and, as appropriate, make amendments to their respective General Plans and Circulation Elements to guide land use and preserve future rights -of -way. 2. Where agreement can be reached on specific projects by affected jurisdictions, next steps work should include more detailed engineering and environmental analysis to identify detailed design elements, mitigation costs and project phasing. Advancement through the project development process will better position the project for discretionary funding opportunities at the local, regional, state and federal level. 3. The study revealed considerable congestion on a majority of the area's east - west streets under 2020 Baseline Conditions. Further analysis will be necessary in both counties to mitigate this east -west congestion and fully address the mobility problems within the study area. 4. Coordinate the identified alternatives with the ongoing CETAP Study in Riverside County and the San Bernardino County Comprehensive Transportation Plan process in order to integrate the identified alternative improvements with other proposed western Riverside and San Bernardino County arterial improvements. A copy of the "Draft Final Executive Summary of the North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study" is attach hereto. lopt.uoD Xpms I ' las Spnis Iguu dpnis kIimsgad siopploalglia)ay ginositnioN 3N1} 1.1141163 4:1451:13nuf 361I1 ALW10? 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Of;i7lefe) �•�/g, o/ North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) and San Bernardino Association of Governments (SANBAG), in association with other city, county and regional agencies, have undertaken a North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study to identify improved connections between Riverside and San Bernardino counties in the area between the 1-15 and 1-215 freeways. The purpose of the North - South Corridors Study was to define the extent of future mobility problems within the study area and to identify improvement projects that would address the identified mobility needs. Based on the extensive involvement of the North -South Corridors Study Team, which was comprised of representatives from the affected agencies, a wide range of arterial improvements was identified and evaluated. The resulting report provides an overview of the technical assessment efforts/results of.the six arterial alternatives included in the Final Study Set. The technical results compare the alternative mobility improvement scenarios and allow for informed decision -making on the prioritization of the alternatives within engineering, environmental and financial constraints. Need for Project The North -South Arterial Corridor Study Area is an east -west oriented corridor which covers portions of Riverside and San Bernardino counties, as well as the cities of Fontana and Riverside, and unincorporated areas of both counties. As illustrated in the following map, the approximate limits of the study area are the 1-10 Freeway on the north; the 1-215 Freeway on the east; the SR 60 Freeway on the south; and the 1- 15 Freeway on the west. The identification and evaluation of possible arterial improvements in the study area was extended north to Valley Boulevard in San Bernardino County, and south to Mission Boulevard in Riverside County. The North -South Arterial study area was recommended for study based on capacity deficiencies and related congestion problems, which have affected both local residents and long-distance commuters for many years. The lack of adequate north -south traffic capacity in this area has resulted in the exacerbation of traffic congestion problems on the few connecting arterials, as well as on area freeways, which have absorbed the overflow traffic. An overview of the factors identified in the 1998 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) prepared by SLAG, which will shape transportation system decisions in the North -South Arterial Corridors Study area, .includes the following: • Significant population growth — with Riverside County projected to experience a 82 percent population growth between 1994 and 2020, and San Bernardino County forecast to have a 100 percent increase during the same time period. • Significant employment growth -- with Riverside County projected to experience a 174 percent increase in the number of employees between 1994 and 2020, and San Bernardino County forecast to have a 127 percent growth during the same time period. • Substantial intra-study area trip growth — with 60 percent of Riverside County's work trips in 2020 projected to take 30 minutes or less (45 percent are forecast to take 15 minutes or less), and 67 percent of San Bernardino County's future work trips projected to take 30 minutes or less (40 percent are forecast to take 15 minutes or less). 1 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates i gall/ spols Auedwn, swell uy Xpnls ,{ucuseaA sionuop ulnosiwoN e nwi .uwn/ aasranw Ill kiln= ONMVPIaa9 NYC vdnanr 0 m 0 m m z z c c m m c r m m z xr p c m --! anGaa laodard 'sappossir sapperw 9aifady m 1 North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study • Significant capacity deficiencies resulting in future high levels of congestion -- with future congestion increasing on the study area's freeway system and spreading to the arterial system, with higher north -south arterial congestion due to constrained arterial facilities with limited capacity. During this study, the forecast future high levels of vehicle trip growth and related congestion projected in the 1998 RTP were confirmed through a 2020 screenline analysis performed at arterial and freeway locations along the Riverside -San Bernardino county line using traffic forecasts from the RIVSAN model. The future year model runs incorporated approved and funded projects identified with RCTC and SANBAG staff. The resulting analysis shows the North -South Arterial Study Area is forecast to attract and serve 3.2 million daily vehicle miles traveled and 169,600 daily vehicle hours traveled. The projected increase in traffic volumes will require an additional 26 lane miles of lane capacity on the study area's surface streets alone. More than 37 percent of the study area's travel time, or 38,500 hours every week day, will be spent in congestion. The study area's north -south arterials are forecast to experience growth ranging from 44 percent over 2000 conditions at the Mulberry/Country Village screenline at the western edge of the study area to a 64 percent increase the Riverside Avenue/Main Street screenline on the eastern edge. The future growth is evenly distributed throughout the study area with an average arterial volume growth of 64 percent. The exception was Agua Mansa Road — a diagonal arterial connecting the Cedar/Rubidoux/Market travel corridor with the Riverside Avenue/Main Street corridor. This two-lane roadway, serving heavy truck traffic, is forecast to experience a 228 percent increase in traffic by 2020. No improvements to Agua Mansa Road were proposed and analyzed as part of this study; widening and other improvements to this arterial will need to be addressed in any follow-on work. For the study area's north -south freeways, the RIVSAN model analysis showed a forecast 51 percent increase from 2000 conditions in daily vehicular traffic at the 1-15 Freeway screenline, and a 46 percent daily increase on the I-215 Freeway — with an average study area freeway volume growth of 48 percent. Overall, 2020 traffic volumes in the study area are forecast to increase by an average of 52 percent over 2000 traffic conditions. A mobility analysis was performed using the RIVSAN model at seven north -south and five east -west screenline locations to identify the 2020 Baseline Conditions without the implementation of any of the arterial and freeway -related improvements identified as part of this study. In 2020, all 12 of the screenline locations are forecast to experience a significant increase in congestion. During the morning peak period, while all of the intersections are projected to operate at a constrained, but still acceptable level of service (LOS D), operations at 75 percent of the locations are forecast to experience a major increase in traffic volumes resulting in a lower level of service. Operations at a majority of the study area's screenlines are projected to worsen by a factor ranging from two to four times. Future baseline conditions are significantly worse during the evening peak hour. Five of the seven north -south screenline locations are expected to experience capacity problems ranging from approaching to exceeding capacity with negative operational effects. Three screenline locations are projected to operate at LOS D with traffic volumes approaching capacity — Etiwanda Avenue, Armstrong Road and Riverside/Main. Two screenline locations are forecast to operate at LOS E with traffic volumes experiencing a high level of delay — north -south Mulberry/Country Village and east -.vest Jurupa Avenue. Three east -west locations are projected to experience LOS F with a breakdown in operations — Agua Mansa Road, Valley Boulevard before the I-10 and Mission Boulevard. 3 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study Study Process The North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study was accomplished through the following five tasks: 1. Identification of current study area conditions including mobility problems and related engineering and environmental constraints. 2. Identification of future mobility needs and goals based on information about the future levels of congestion and mobility without any further transportation improvements in the study area. 3. Development of alternative improvements based on the identified future congestion problems and capacity deficiencies. 4. Evaluation and comparison of the alternative improvements including resulting mobility improvements along with engineering feasibility and environmental impacts. 5. Development of recommendations identifying the best performing alternative improvements based on a combination of mobility improvements, engineering feasibility, conceptual cost and overall environmental impacts. Alternatives Considered The purpose of this study was to identify projects to improve area wide circulation by enhancing north - south movement between I-10 and SR-60. Based on Study Team member input and previous studies, an Initial Study Set of twelve corridors was identified and evaluated on a "fatal flaw" basis. This effort resulted in the definition of the Final Study Set of the six arterial corridors illustrated on the following map and described below: 1. Mulberry Avenue/Country Village Road/Mission Boulevard — This alternative included widening portions of this existing arterial facility, along with extending Mulberry Avenue north from Slover Avenue to a new half -diamond I-10/Mulberry Avenue interchange, along with widening of the existing bridge over the SR-60 at the southern end of the corridor. ?. Poplar Avenue connection to Pyrite Road — This option proposed a new roadway connection south from Poplar Avenue in San Bernardino County through the ]urupa Hills to connect with Pyrite Road in Riverside County. Related improvements include: constructing a new bridge over the I-10 Freeway and Union Pacific Railroad tracks; widening Popular Avenue south to the Poplar/Beech/Citrus terminus using the Municipal Water District right-of-way; widening and realigning Pyrite Road south to Mission Boulevard; and making improvements to the existing bridge over the SR-60 Freeway. Widening and other improvements to Granite Hill Drive may also be required, but have not been included in this study effort. 3. Sierra Avenue connection to Pacific Avenue — This alternative proposed widening and improving Sierra Avenue south from Valley Boulevard to 30`h Street, along with extending Sierra Avenue south to connect with Pacific Avenue and widening of Pacific Avenue (which would become Sierra Avenue) south to Mission Boulevard. Related improvements include: improving the at - grade Union Pacific Railroad crossing north of the current terminus of Pacific Avenue; providing a new half -diamond SR-60/Pacific interchange (westbound off and eastbound loop on); and replacing the existing SR-60Nalley Way eastbound ramps with hook ramps connecting to Mission Boulevard east of Byrne Road. 4 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates corm wpsruomolsor aoppico Apms PS APMS Dula duedwoo spoil vtr Spni5 iimpaseag sioppioa lepapy InnosivioN awt tinnoa aasranw 3rU1 A1Mlo3 anar•ra011 rvt m m m Z z C C m m •au/ `salepossdsappayo`y aakiy r==r=a==w== umm.mwrw m m z c m .f r# 1aodaN North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study 4. Alder Avenue to Locust Avenue to Armstrong Road to Valley Way — This alternative proposed widening Alder Avenue south from Valley Boulevard and providing a new I-10 interchange and related bridge over the Union Pacific railroad tracks. Alder Avenue would be widened and a new connection to Armstrong Road via Locust Avenue would be provided. Alder Avenue and Locust Avenue would be connected via a new roadway in the vicinity of Jurupa Avenue. Armstrong RoadNalley Way would be widened south to Mission Boulevard. Related improvements include: widening and improving of the SR-60Nalley Way undercrossing; and replacing the existing SR-60Nalley Way eastbound ramps with hook ramps connecting to Mission Boulevard east of Byrne Road. 5. Cedar Avenue to Market Street — This alternative proposed to widen and improve Cedar Avenue and Rubidoux Boulevard south to Market Street, along with the reconfiguration of the Rubidoux Boulevard/Market Street intersection. Market Street south to the SR-60 Freeway would be widened, including the Santa Ana River crossing. This option includes widening and other improvements to the SR-60/Market Street and the SR-60/Rubidoux Boulevard interchanges. Based on Study Team discussions, a sixth alternative was identified combining proposed improvements from Alternative 3 (Sierra Avenue connection to Pacific Avenue) and Alternative 4 (Alder Avenue to Locust Avenue to Armstrong Road to Valley Way): 6. Sierra Avenue to Pacific Avenue with Armstrong Road to Valley Way — This alternative combines all of the improvements described above for Alternative 3, along with roadway widening of Valley Way and Armstrong Road south from Sierra Avenue. Similar to Alternative 4, this option would include widening and improving of the SR-60Nalley Way undercrossing and replacing of the existing SR-60Nalley Way eastbound ramps with new hook ramps connecting to Mission Boulevard east of Byrne Road.. In addition, a new half -diamond interchange would be constructed at SR-60/Pacific Avenue. As described in each of the alternatives, a wide range of arterial and freeway improvements was identified and evaluated through this study effort. In summary, study area freeway improvements included new interchanges, bridges and ramps along with widening and improving of existing facilities. Identified arterial improvements focused on provision of new roadway connections and widening of existing facilities. Many of the study area's arterial roadways provide only a single lane in each direction. The figure on the next page illustrates the preferred design configuration, providing two lanes in each direction, utilized in this study effort. Overview of Technical Assessment Results Analytical efforts focused on an engineering, environmental and mobility assessment at a "fatal flaw" level. The results provide jurisdictions with a basis for informed decision -making on the prioritization of the alternatives and provide an understanding of the issues that may arise during the next steps of preparing detailed engineering design and environmental documentation. The technical assessment results are presented in detail in the North -South Arterial Corridors Study report. In summary, while the six alternatives range in ease of constructability, community and environmental impacts, mobility benefits and resulting cost, all of the proposed improvement options appear feasible. An overview of the technical assessment results is presented below by alternative and in two summary tables on the following pages. • Mulberry/Country Village (Alternative 1) Alternative 1 is the second least expensive option with a total cost of $20.3 million and the lowest cost of $5.1 million per lane mile added. This alternative has been identified as one of the easiest of the corridor 6 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates R/W 110' R/W 86' 8' 2' 14' 14' 12' 2% CURB AC PAVEMENT 2% CURB SIDEWALK f OPT I ONAL I � BOYLE BASE COURSE CURB CURBED OR PAINTED MEDIAN /AC PAVEMENT 2: CURB 2% BASE COURSE SIDEWALK (OPTIONAL) ' i NO SCALE i RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION ComissloN NORTH -SOUTH CORRIDOR STUDY TYPICAL ROADWAY CROSS SECTION ALL STREETS SMEET t OF t AUGUST 2000 North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study options to construct and environmentally process, as it generally involves improvements along existing roadway facilities and would not require extensive right-of-way takes or impact known sensitive biotic resources. Implementation of the proposed arterial and freeway -related improvements proposed in Alternative 1 will attract and serve an additional 88,900 daily vehicle miles traveled (VMT) and 7,500 vehicle hours traveled (VHT) over 2020 Base Conditions — the highest increase in VMT and VHT among the alternatives. This alternative will result in an increase in the daily hours spent in delay, but will result in a minor reduction in the percentage of the total daily vehicle hours spent in delay. Under Alternative 1, both the study area average freeflow and congested speeds are forecast to decrease. The future conditions analysis identifies no upgrading in the operation of any study area arterials, including Mulberry/Country Village, as improvements to this corridor attract and serve a major increase in the number of daily trips. In the evening peak hour, implementation of this alternative provides minor traffic volume relief to east -west Valley Boulevard, which is still forecast to operate at LOS F at the county screenline. Implementation of this option provides moderate relief to three freeways — the I-10, the 1-15 and the I-215 — with a total reduction of 300 daily evening peak period trips, or approximately 75 peak hour trips. W } 7 ts Z ff a s mV — a a I 2 _ _, w i e4, • Poplar Avenue connection to Pyrite Road (Alternative 2) This alternative was identified as having the second highest total cost of $39.I million, and a mid -range cost of $6.5 milIion per lane mile added. Alternative 2 has major constructability issues related to the provision of a new roadway connection through the Jurupa Hills, which will require extensive grading. In addition, this option could potentially be effected by the contamination of the nearby Stringfellow acid pits, would require the elimination of the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) greenbelt running parallel to Poplar Avenue, would impact commercial uses along Pyrite Road, and would effect sensitive biotic resources. Should the MWD greenbelt be considered parkland, the impacts may trigger the need to do Section 4(f) evaluation if the project is processed through the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in order to secure federal funding. The proposed arterial improvements in Alternative 8 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study 2 would attract and serve an additional 2,800 daily vehicle miles traveled, while providing a decrease in daily vehicle hours traveled of 1,000 hours over 2020 Base Conditions. In addition, this option will result in a reduction of the number and percentage of daily hours spent in delay (0.8 percent). Alternative 2 is forecast to improve the study area average congested speed, while resulting in a decrease to the average freeflow speed. Even with implementation of a new north -south roadway connection, the operational analysis shows no resulting improvement to any of the area's arterials level of service during the morning peak hour. This option does remove some peak period traffic from Mulberry/Country Village, Sierra Avenue, Armstrong Road, Cedar/Rubidoux and- Valley Boulevard. During the evening peak hour, implementation of -this alternative improves operations on Mulberry/Country Village (LOS E to D), while removingsome traffic from parallel north -south arterials and slightly increasing the traffic volume on Mission Boulevard. Analysis of this alternative clearly shows the strong need for additional study area capacity, as link analysis shows the new Poplar/Pyrite connection carrying close to capacity peak hour traffic volumes in 2020. Implementation of this option provides moderate relief to three freeways — the 1-10, the I-215 and the SR- 60 — with a total reduction of 300 daily evening peak period trips, or approximately 75 peak hour trips. This is the only alternative that reduces peak period trips on the study area portion of the SR-60. • Sierra Avenue connection to Pacific Avenue (Alternative 3) Alternative 3 has the lowest total cost ($15.6 million) and the third lowest per lane mile added cost ($5.2 million). Based on conceptual engineering analysis, this alternative was identified as being relatively easy to construct as it generally involves improvements to existing roadway facilities, and a new roadway connection within flat terrain with minor construction constraints. The environmental assessment found that implementation of this alternative would require some residential displacements, affect sensitive habitat, and potentially have noise impacts that could not be adequately mitigated. With implementation of the proposed arterial improvements to Sierra/Pacific, the study area is forecast to attract and serve 80,900 additional daily VMT and 7,200 more daily VHT over 2020 Base Conditions, while experiencing a minor decrease (0.4 percent) in daily hours of delay. This alternative is projected to provide the largest decrease in average freeflow speed, along with a decrease in average congested speed. Even with attracting and serving an additional 80,900 vehicle miles, the Sierra/Pacific corridor is forecast to operate at LOS C in the morning peak hour and at LOS D in the evening peak hour. In the morning peak hour, implementation of this alternative provides significant operational improvements with three adjacent north -south arterials returning to free flow operations: Cedar/Rubidoux, Agua Mansa Road and Riverside/Main. Alternative 3 also improves operations to east -west Jurupa Avenue (LOS D to C), while 9 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study resulting in some increases in volume, but not level of service on Armstrong Road south towards Valley Way and the SR-60. In the evening peak hour, operations are forecast to improve on adjacent Riverside/Main (LOS D to C), while adjacent Cedar/Rubidoux remains at LOS C, and Agua Mansa Road remains at LOS F, but does experience some reduction in traffic volume. Both Armstrong Road and Mission Boulevard are forecast to experience an increase in volume, with Armstrong degrading from LOS D to E and Mission Boulevard remaining at LOS F. Implementation of Alternative 3 is forecast to increase the number of peak period trips on two study area freeways — the east -west I-10 and the SR-60 — while reducing trips on the north -south I-15 and I-215. This option is forecast to increase travel on the study area's freeway system by a total of 1,600 peak period trips, or approximately 400 peak hour trips. • Alder Avenue to Locust Avenue to Armstrong Road to Valley Way (Alternative 4) Alternative 4 was assessed as having the highest total cost of $60.8 million along with the highest cost per lane mile added ($8.7 million). This alternative has major constructability issues related to the provision of a new I-10/Alder Avenue interchange, which also must incorporate the crossing of the adjacent highly active railroad tracks. Alternative 4 also has engineering constraints related to the construction of a new high capacity connection between Alder and Locust avenues, while avoiding the Jurupa Hills, existing residential properties, and the proposed Delhi Sands flower loving fly habitat. This option would potentially result in extensive right-of-way impacts in the vicinity of the I-10 Freeway and may result in access problems in Riverside County for the homes fronting on Valley Way. Additionally, the high school located on Alder Avenue could pose safety issues, while the required school zone traffic speed reduction would negatively impact the operational effectiveness of this facility. Widening of Armstrong Road and Valley Way would result in extensive residential right-of-way takes and noise impacts that could not be adequately mitigated. The arterial and freeway -related improvements proposed in Alternative 4 will attract and serve an additional 37,000 daily vehicle miles traveled over 2020 Base Conditions with a minor decrease (0.8 percent) in daily hours of delay. This alternative will result in a minor increase of 2,700 in daily vehicle hours traveled. Implementation of this alternative would result in a decrease to the average freeflow speed and provide a minor improvement to the average congested speed. Implementation of the arterial improvements proposed in this option, including a new roadway connection between Alder and Locust along with a new Alder/I-10 interchange, is forecast to provide major capacity improvements to north -south Mulberry/Country Village and Sierra Avenue, as well as east -west Agua Mansa Road and 7`h Street. This alternative would also provide minor capacity improvements to Etiwanda Avenue, Valley Boulevard/I-10 on- and off -ramps and Valley Boulevard between Citrus and Sierra avenues. Implementation of Alternative 4 is projected to result in a major increase in traffic volumes on north -south Armstrong Road, as well as east -west Jurupa Avenue and Mission Boulevard. It would result in a minor increase in traffic volumes on Cedar/Rubidoux and Riverside/Main. This alternative does not improve the forecast level of service on any study area 10 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study arterials, but would degrade the future level of service on Armstrong Road (LOS D to E) and on Jurupa Avenue (LOS E to F). Implementation of this set of arterial improvements results in the highest increase in evening peak period trips on the area's freeway system with an estimated total increase of 3,985 peak period trips. This option does provide the highest relief to the I-215, but does add 3,900 peak period trips to the SR-60. • Cedar Avenue to Market Street (Alternative S) This option was assessed as having a mid -range total cost ($32.9 million) and a mid -range cost of $6.6 million per lane mile added. Alternative 5 has moderate constructability issues related to the widening of Market Street as it crosses the Santa Ana River. Construction of this option would also result in land use and biotic impacts. Should an individual permit pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act be required and federal funding used, this alternative could be more complicated to process due to the NEPAISection 404 Integration Process. Implementation of Alternative 5 is forecast to result in a decrease of 12,000 daily VMT and 2,500 VHT compared to 2020 Base Conditions. This alternative correspondingly has the highest reduction (1.4 percent) in daily hours spent in delay among the alternatives. Implementation of this set of improvements provides the largest increase in the average congested speed, along with a minor decrease in the average freeflow speed. w w w a' z VALLEY BLVD Q With implementation of the proposed arterial and freeway -related improvements proposed in this alternative, Cedar/Main is forecast to continue operating at LOS C in both peak hours. During the morning peak hour, implementation of this alternative is projected to result in minor volume reductions on Riverside/Main, while increasing volumes on Agua Mansa (LOS F) and Sierra (LOS A to B). In the evening peak hour, this option again would improve operations on Riverside/Main (LOS D to C), while negatively impacting Jurupa Avenue (LOS E to F) and increasing the traffic volume on Agua Mansa Road (LOS F). This alternative is forecast to provide congestion relief to a majority of the study area's freeways and provide the highest reduction of total peak period freeway trips — 2,300 peak period trips, or approximately 575 peak hour trips. The SR-60 is the only freeway not provided peak period relief by this option. • Sierra Avenue to Pacific Avenue with Armstrong to Palley Way (Alternative 6) Alternative 6 proposes a combination of arterial and freeway -related improvements from alternatives 3 and 4. This option was identified as having the third lowest total cost of $21.2 million and the lowest cost per lane mile added ($4.3 million). The proposed arterial improvements were identified as being relatively easy to implement with proposed improvements to existing facilities along with a new roadway connection within a flat terrain with minor construction constraints. Implementation of this alternative would require displacements and affect sensitive habitat. Widening of Armstrong Road and Valley Way 11 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study would result in extensive residential right-of-way takes and noise impacts that could not be adequately mitigated. Implementation of the proposed arterial and freeway - related improvements proposed in Alternative 6 is forecast to smart and serve a mid -range number of additional daily vehicle miles traveled (33,800) over Base Conditions with the second highest decrease (1.1 percent) in daily hours of delay. This alternative (1.2 would result in an increase of 1,900 hours in daily (1.3 vehicle hours traveled. Alternative 6 is forecast to improve the study area's average congested speed, while resulting in a minor decrease in average freeflow speed. During the evening peak period, implementation of this alternative would have a minor or no impact on Etiwanda Avenue and Cedar/Rubidoux. It is forecast to relieve some pressure on Mulberry/ Country Village (LOS E to D), while resulting in a negative impact on north -south Sierra Avenue (LOS C to D) and Armstrong Road (LOS D to F) as they attract and serve additional trips. This option also would negatively impact the operations of east - west Jurupa Boulevard (LOS E to F). Two study area streets are projects to experience some increase in available capacity while remaining at a LOS F — north -south Agua Mansa Road and east -west Valley Boulevard before the I-10 on and off -ramps. Mission Boulevard would experience increased traffic volumes while continuing to operate at LOS F. Alternative 6 is projected to provide the highest congestion relief to the study area's north -south freeways and the second highest number of evening peak period freeway trip reductions. Implementation of the arterial and freeway -related improvements proposed in this option is forecast to reduce the total evening peak period trips on the I-15 and 1-215 freeways by 5,100 trips. This option provides the second highest level of peak period relief— 1,600 evening peak period trips, or approximately 400 peak period trips. Summary of Findings A summary of the technical assessment findings is presented in Table A on the following page. This table summarizes the differences among the alternatives based on the following key factors: 1. Total order -of -magnitude cost 2. Cost per lane mileadded 3. Ease of constructability 4. Range of environmental impacts 5. Difficulty in environmental clearance process requirements 6. Increase in vehicle miles traveled 7. Reduction in daily hours spent in delay S. Improvements to peak period travel speed 9. Total study area freeway relief 10. Study area north -south freeway relief. 12 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates Table A: Overview of Technical Assessment Results Alt 1 Mulberry/ Country Village Alt 2 Poplar/ Pyrite Alt 3 Siena/ Pacific Alt 4 Alder/ Locust/ Armstrong/ Valley Way Alt 5 Cedar/ Rubidoux/ Market Alt 6 Sierra/ Pacific + Armstrong/ Valley Way Total Order -of- Magnitude Cost 3 2 4 1 • 2 3 . Cost Per Lane Mile Added 3 2 3 1 2. . 4 Ease of Constructability 4 1 3 1 2 3 Environmental Impacts 4 1 3 1 2 3 Environmental Process 4 1 3 1 2 3 Increase in Vehicles Miles Traveled 4 1 4 3 2 3 Reduction in Daily Hours Spent in Delay 2 3. 2 3 4 3 Improve peak travel speed 3 1 3 2 1 2 Total Study Area Freeway Relief 2 2 1 1 4 3 North -South Study Area Freeway Relief 2 1 2 2 3 4 Total 31 15 28 16 24 31 Notes: 4 Alternative providing the highest level of mobility benefit, ease of constructability, lowest cost, or the lowest level of environmental impacts. 3 Alternative providing a high level of mobility benefit, moderate cost, ease of constructability, or moderate environmental impacts. 2 Alternative with a moderate level, of mobility benefit, some constructability issues, higher cost, or higher level of environmental impacts. 1 Alternative with minor or no mobility benefit, highest cost, major constructability issues, or major environmental impacts. North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study The results presented in Table A provide a relative ranking of the six alternatives based on conceptual level engineering, environmental and mobility analysis. Alternatives providing the highest level of mobility benefit, ease of constructability, lowest cost, and/or lowest level of environmental impacts were assigned a higher numerical ranking than those alternatives with a minor mobility benefit, high cost, major constructability issues, and/or major environmental impacts. Based on the resulting relative numerical ranking, alternatives 1, 3, 5 and 6 scored high, while alternatives 2 and 4 received a lower ranking. A more detailed analysis of the technical findings is presented at the end of the report in Table B, which provides overview of the mobility analysis results, and Table C, which provides a detailed summary of the technical assessment results. Next Steps The purpose of the North -South Arterial Corridors Study was to identify projects to improve area wide circulation by enhancing north -south movement between the 1-10 and SR-60 freeways. This initial study effort determined the need for the project, addressed a full set of alignment options, determined conceptual engineering feasibility and performed an initial environmental assessment. A Final Study Set of six corridor alternatives was evaluated through a fatal flaw level of analysis to identify engineering, environmental and mobility impacts and benefits. While the alternatives range in ease of constructability, community and environmental impacts, mobility benefits and resulting costs, the conceptual level analysis demonstrated that all six alternatives were feasible. And while the alternative arterial improvements yield minor mobility improvement to the regional system as shown in Table B, they do offer significant improvement to mobility and local area access at strategic locations within the study area. Overall, the identified alternatives allow the transportation network within the study area to accommodate the forecast 64 percent increase in arterial traffic. It should be noted that this study process focused on the identification and evaluation of possible improvements to enhance north -south movement between the I-10 and SR-60 freeways. During this study process, the future impact to east -west streets within the study area was also evaluated, but no improvements were identified. The 2020 Baseline Conditions show a significant level of future congestion on a majority of the area's east -west streets. possible improvements to mitigate this forecast mobility problem "should be initiated to fully address the mobility problems within the North -South Arterial Corridors Study Area. If the decision is made to move ahead on any or all of the arterial alternatives, the next step would be to perform a more detailed engineering and environmental analysis through a Conceptual Engineering Study for the arterial improvements and a Project Study Report for the freeway -related improvements. A key factor in designing and ultimately constructing the improvements will be the anticipated funding source. The six alternatives represent a combination of roadway improvements typically funded through a range of local, regional, state and federal funding sources: • Freeway improvements — including new/upgraded interchanges, overcrossings, undercrossings and ramps are typically funded with state and federal funding sources, as well as county measure programs as available; and • Arterial improvements -- including new and widened roadways, realigned intersections are constructed with local, regional and state funding. 14 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates North -South Arterial Corridors Feasibility Study Recommendations The North -South Arterial Corridors Study Team has developed recommendations for consideration and approval: 1. The study identified the range of engineering, environmental and mobility impacts, benefits and costs generated by the six corridor alternatives. This information should be used by the local agencies to evaluate their respective long range circulation needs in coordination with adjacent jurisdictions and, as appropriate, make amendments to their respective General Plans and Circulation Elements to guide land use and preserve future rights -of -way. 2. Where agreement can be reached on specific projects by affected jurisdictions, next steps work should include more detailed engineering and environmental analysis to identify detailed design elements, mitigation costs and project phasing. Advancement through the project development process will better position the project for discretionary funding opportunities at the local, regional, state and federal level. 3. The study revealed considerable congestion on a majority of the area's east -west streets under 2020 Baseline Conditions. Further analysis will be necessary in both counties to mitigate this east -west congestion and fully address the mobility problems within the study area. 4. Coordinate the identified alternatives with the ongoing CETAP Study in Riverside County and the San Bernardino County Comprehensive Transportation Plan process in order to integrate the identified alternative improvements with other proposed western Riverside and San Bernardino county arterial improvements. 15 Meyer, Mohaddes Associates Table 8: Summary of Mobility Analysis : ' 1 Alternative 1: Mulberry/Country Village Alternative 3: CedarlttubidowdlAarket I Base maimed 2020 Levet of Seneca Base Conditions (LOS) , Unwede Degree IBex A61411e0 2020 Level of Serve rBue Catdeira (LOS) Upgrade Degrade Ldcaldn Screenlne Locator AM 1 PM L LOS LOS Location {BONn1N Weems AM Wd • LOS ! LOS 1 Earanda Ara D 1 0 1 IElerenW Ave 0 0 2 Mateny/Coumry Vtlar D E 2 IMut eny/Coreerf Velar D E $ • safe Avenue A I C 3 ISIerea Arena A C 11 a Arrstrong RON A IDI a IArmawng Real � A • p • , 5 Cedar Avenue/Ru�aua `` C C 5 iCWar ArelereelYOOOux C - C 6 Ague Mama Rose 5 F I 0 !Ague Mans Rao - B f 1 T Rr ersidelMein 'I C D C 7 IRnanESlMwn C 0 . B _ 6 'Va ey Bled/1.10 Ramps 0 I F I 1 a !VWy&W11.10 Rama �� D ' F g Anne Ave kern Una/Siena 0 E C 9 Jun"' Ave peen 011nersiam I 0 E F 10 Maven Bhd Meru Veley/Peta6c D F l 10 Mateo Bid teem VaarylPacac 0 - F 11 Vaart Blvd been CaMslSmrre B D 11 IVeaty Bled tern GarkellNin B • O 12 7di SI then LecusVCsde A B _ 12 17th St kern Locust/Ceder A a leneways - PM Peek Pend Volumes Base Wah improvements !Freeways - PM Peek Period mamas Base Wetl Improvements OeGlase! Increase Net Deat see Ineieele Net _ Goa, SR-60 44.700 44.700 500 Clot: ISR.66 44.200 44,000 000 520.4 m sit) 62.500 62,400 I •100 632.9 m ENO -, 02.500 - 131,400 . -1.100 h15 63.600 63,000 -800 '415 63.000 62200 -. - •1,400 1.215 75.300 75.700 _ -100 •1-216 _ 75,300 74,900 ' -400 Net Change lncnaselderrease n tnps) 400 that Charge (increase/decrease in trips) 4.100 • Alternative 2: Poplar/Pyrite I ALL IMPROVEMENTS Base Adjusted 2020 Lew! of Service iSase Conditions ROSY } Upgrade Degrade •Base Armond 2020 Level Of Smite 'Boma t.en0AI11M (LOS) , Upgrade Degrade Ltuatlon Sateniine Locations AM • PM LOS LOS Location ISdnereee Lemons AM PM , LOS LOS t Esaranis Ave I 0 • 0 j 1 1 Elwande Ave D 0 2 Meaeny/Counlry Wage D E D' 2 M V :Mulberry/Country D - E D 3 Sierra Avenue A 1 G 3 'Sierra A = C • 4 Amstrong Road A D 4 Anratro g Road A 0 F 5 Cedar AvenueR2ubdoux C C I S paler AnuaNusdoux w C C A B Agee Mane Road B j F 6 iAgue Marne Reed a F • 7 Rr ersdtakkein C iD 7 Ri.Mrsial Aan C D A 6 wavy BNdA.10 Ramps D IF 0 IVeaay BNE7140 Renee D 1 F ! -^ 9 Anse Ave bran Gena/Seerre 1 D E I e IJteeupe Ave We CareelBMm i D E D 1C Mason Bh i din Vaeeynkno6c D F I 'MPaion Bad lawn Valey/Pad6c D 1 F 1 11 Veley Sh l awn cane/sierra a D 11 I Veeay IRA bean CdualBiana a 0 12 70 SI tarn Loaat/Csde A 6 12 int tit pen Loma/Cider A B I :Freeways - PM Peek Period Volumes Base VAN lmprovemenls 'free ays • PM Peak Period Volumes Base Well Imprpvemenis Decrease Marne Hit € 1 l3aCNasa1 lacrosse Net Cost: SR-66 44,200 43,700 -500 Coat 44,200 1 46,603 2.403 536.0m WIC 62.500 62,100 -400 ,•kSR-60 641.6m1630 62.500 I 63.300 ea) 1-15 63.600 61.600 1200 1415 63.600 I 65.700 2,100 4215 75,300 74.700 d00 II-215 75.300 71,600 1 •1.500 net Charge fnveaaeldecrease In tripe) -300 ;Net CPatge (nonesaMensge in trips) 3603 Alternative 3: SierraMacific I Alternative 6: SlerralPacllic and Annatron¢Nalley Way 1 - Base Adjusted 2020 Level of Service IBrie um:mime Nos) '. 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The last in-depth survey was accomplished in 1997; since then Metrolink service has expanded and ridership has grown by 25%. The Onboard study is designed to provide improved statistical validity and to provide a representative baseline of Metrolink ridership and travel characteristics. The objectives of the survey included obtaining, among others: • Information about passenger origins and destinations; • Information about customer satisfaction and the importance of particular service features; • Detailed information about passenger access and egress, including connecting modes of travel; and • A profile of riders including various segmentations. Key findings of the survey include: • An increase of ethnic riders and female riders; • Customer satisfaction with the safety of trains and courtesy of conductors; • Customer dissatisfaction with on -time performance (Riverside Line only), 1-800 operators, and seating availability. YEAR 2000 METROLINK CUSTOMER ONBOARD SURVEY P REA& PARKER RFSTARCI-1 *.v. • Eramf.r.id- Results in Research S kirvey/M a rket Hem: arch .r:•110 H nears' AtJal!,* .61 I Jo,: v-r_rEar ( :13 1.1.:1-1.: 1,1 nkz, .ud 4‘1,1, 1%.144.0 AI I.:1i, -"arm hlam: F rotztn-rric Research 7...vajO A 1-,t/ycik pkv”!:Tn-?:ir, 1",v:1,}11111414LJI Rea & Parker Research San Diego, CA May -October, 2000 INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY The Metrolink Year 2000 Onboard Survey was conducted June 13-17, 2000, with follow-ups during July 11-13 . A randomly drawn sample was based upon actual station boarding/alighting counts for each Metrolink train. The scientific sample of 3,479 Metrolink riders was designed to provide unbiased and statistically representative findings about- Metrolink riders. Objectives of the survey included obtaining, among others: • information about passenger origins and destinations • information about customer satisfaction and the importance of particular service features • detailed information about passenger access and egress, including connecting modes of travel • a profile of riders including various segmentations The survey margin of error of +/-4% per line (Burbank +1- 8.9%) and +/-1.6% overall (@ 95% confidence) was achieved by the following sample distribution: Line Sample Size Ventura County Line 550 Antelope Valley Line 555 San Bernardino Line 630 Riverside Line 557 Orange County Line 566 Inland Empire Line 517 Burbank Turn (Airport Connections) 104 Total 3,479 Data were expanded by weights to establish overall proportionality. 2 RIDER DEMOGRAPHICS The increase of Midday and Weekend service has resulted in more diverse ridership demographics. The ethnic diversity of Metrolink riders has increased, as has the proportion of female riders. Median income has declined and the ridership has grown older. This is especially evident for weekend riders. • Breakdown by major ethnic group shows an increase in Hispanics and African -Americans, but a decrease in the proportion of Asians. Compared to the 1990 US Census figures, the proportion of Caucasian (52%) and Asian (9%) Metrolink riders is consistent with that of the corridors served. African American riders, however, are under -represented and Hispanics over- represented. It may also reflect demographic changes since 1990. • Although the mean age of riders is increasing, this growth is less than it was between 1995 and 1997. • There has been a decline in the proportion of full-time employee use of Metrolink and an increase in students and part-time workers, both of which are consistent with the expanded off peak service since 1997. 3 RIDERSHIP RETENTION AND LOYALTY The median length of ridership has declined with the addition of many new riders; however, the retention of existing riders from 1997 and before has been excellent. Indications from the riders are very strong that they will continue to be loyal riders in the future who will recommend Metrolink to friends and family members. Median length Length of use for of usage upper 20% of riders 1995 1 year 2 years 1997 2 years 3.6 years 2000 1.8 years 4.7 years • The median length of time using Metrolink has decreased from 2.0 years in 1997 to 1.8 years in 2000. • Today, the upper 20% of riders have used the system for 4.7 years and the bottom 20% for less than 6 months. • Upper 20% of rider length of use has increased by 1.1 years (increase from 1995 to 1997 was 1.6 years). Approximately 80% of Metrolink riders in 1997 are still using the system regularly in 2000. • 9.6% of riders have used Metrolink for 6 or more years (2,800 riders). • There has been a strong attraction of new riders, as indicated by the reduced median ridership tenure. • Riders are notably loyal with more than 80% indicating that they are very likely to continue using Metrolink and almost 77% indicating that they had already recommended Metrolink to friends and family, with another 11% very likely to do so. 4 SATURDAY RIDER PROFILE Riders of Metrolink on Saturdays are very different from weekday riders. They are of significantly lower income, using the system less for work than for other purposes, and much less frequent in their ridership. Their level of satisfaction is very high and is similar to the general ridership in that regard SATURDAY RIDERS ALL RIDERS ON ANTELOPE VALLEY AND SAN BERNAR.DINO LINES Female Riders 62.1% 59.0% Caucasians 32.0% 45.5% African -Americans 37.0% 25.1 % Income $27,700 $51,800 Full-time Employed 62.5% 83.4% Service Sector Employment 30.9% 18.6% Law/Government Employ. 11.5% 23.4% Frequency of Use 1.8 days 3.6 days Access to Station by carpool or bus 66.8% 46.8% Available car 53.7% 77.1% Purpose: Shopping/leisure 43.9% 10.6% Work 30.0% 75.6% One-way/Round Trip Tickets 85.3% 33.6% One-way trip 43.4% 17.4% Overall Satisfaction 1.65 1.72 Likely to Continue Using 1.32 1.23 Likely to Recommend 1.52 1.36 5 TRAVEL BEHAVIOR The expansion of Metrolink service has led to a lower average weekly frequency of use, more diverse trip purposes, and less reliance upon monthly passes. • Predominant Metrolink stations of origin and destination in terms of daily hoardings include (with percentage of total system boardings): Los Angeles 35.1% Irvine 3.8% Burbank 3.5% Industry 3.4% Riverside -Downtown 2.9% San Bernardino 2.8% Glendale 2.3% Covina 2.2% Fullerton 2.2% • LAUS-San Bernardino is the largest volume station pair in the system, followed by LAUS-Riverside-Downtown, LAUS-Irvine, and LAUS-Rancho Cucamonga. • Work and work -related trips declined from 97% to 86% total (91 % weekday). Shopping, personal errands, and school -related trips have increased. With the decline in the proportion of full-time employee use of Metrolink comes the logical drop in frequent ridership (5 or more days) and in the mean number of days riding. The Inland Empire/Orange County line shows the highest frequency of use, Antelope Valley the lowest. Women are more frequent riders than men. Working age riders (25-64) average 4.17 days. All other groups average 2.01 days per week. • Again consistent with the expanded service, a lower percentage of riders are using monthly passes, with one way and round trip ticket purchases having increased. • The vast majority of riders has automobiles available to them and uses Metrolink as an optional transportation altemative to their cars. There has been effectively no change in this characteristic from 1997. • Ventura County, Orange County, Riverside, and the Inland Empire riders exhibit the highest automobile availability (almost 90% of riders). 62% of riders (who made the same trip) used to drive alone before using Metrolink. The proportion of car/van pool users who switched to Metrolink has increased since 1997. 6 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION Metrolink riders continue to be remarkably satisfied with the overall service they receive. The Ventura County Line is the most satisfied among the lines and Riverside the least. Most of the service features are now more important to riders than they were in 1997, with the most important being on -time arrivals, seating availability on the train, personal security on the train, communication of delays, and cost. Data was analyzed to determine Metrolink's core strengths and weaknesses. Combining importance and satisfaction ratings (Quadrant Analysis, Figure 20.) helps rank service attributes, as they are being perceived by Metrolink customers. Strengths: Service attributes that receive both high importance and satisfaction ratings can be interpreted as representing Metrolink's core strengths. These attributes that can help define Metrolink's competitive marketing position include: • Safe Operation of Trains • Personal Security on the Train • Courtesy of Metrolink Conductors Weaknesses: Attributes that are important to Metrolink customers, but receive low satisfaction ratings represent weaknesses that may damage Metrolink's brand equity. Among these service attributes are: • Cost of a Metrolink Ride • Communication of Delays • Communication of Service Interruptions 7 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION (Continued) Further analysis aimed at identifying opportunities for Metrolink to take advantage of, and threats to customer satisfaction and long-term ridership. Opportunities Factor analysis was used to identify relationships between groupings of variables and the likelihood of continuing to use Metrolink and of recommending Metrolink to others. Improving service attributes related to these factors may help improve customer retention. Five factors proved to be statistically significant in predicting likelihood of continued usage: • Importance of safety and security • Importance of courtesy of Metrolink staff • Satisfaction with staff courtesy and performance • Satisfaction with seating on the train • Satisfaction with travel time/on-time Threats: In addition to customer satisfaction, analysis also determined the impact of problem occurrence rates. Problems concerning on -time arrivals, communication of delays, frequency of early morning trains, seating comfort on the trains, frequency of late evening trains, travel time, cost, and communication of service interruptions were shown to have the largest impact on overall satisfaction. Regression analysis was applied to service feature satisfaction and the rate at which certain problems occur. This procedure identified statistically significant predictors regarding the likelihood of continued Metrolink use and the likelihood of recommending Metrolink to others. 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Ease of getting information by calling 800-371-LINK 28, Ease of getting information on Metrolinktrains.com High Satisfaction, Low Importance Metrolink (October 2000) Social Science Research Laboratory - SDSU 30 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Plans and Programs Committee Stephanie Wiggins, Program Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming SUBJECT: Rail Program Update PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Commission approval to receive and file the Rail Program Update as an information item. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Riverside Line Weekday Patronage: Passenger trips on Metrolink's Riverside Line for the month of October averaged 4,297, an increase of 5% from the month of September. This is due in part to the conclusion of the MTA strike that began in September. Inland Empire - Orange County Line Weekday Patronage: Ridership on Metrolink's Inland Empire -Orange County (IEOC) Line for the month of October averaged 2,907, an increase of 1 1 % from the month of September. This increase illustrates the continued ridership growth on this Line and represents a 58% increase from October 99 to October 00. Increased ridership on this Line is due to the increase in gas prices, the addition of the mid -day train, marketing efforts (see Corona Utility Stuffer below) and increasing congestion on the 91 Freeway. Unfortunately, this increase in ridership has resulted in an overflow of parking at the La Sierra Station in the City of Riverside. ROTC Staff is continuing to work with the City, RTA, and our passengers to come up with a solution to this issue. Special Promotions Corona Utility Stuffer: The City of Corona partnered with RCTC to promote the IEOC Line as an alternative to driving on the 91 Freeway. RCTC received over 1,030 responses to our utility stuffer promotion. The promotion, which ended October 31, required Corona residents to mail in a coupon to receive a ticket which allows four free trips on the IEOC Line within a 60-day period. Metrolink will conduct follow-up phone calls in January to all of the participants in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the promotion. Special Trains 1E0C Midday Train: The October 2000 average weekday trips of 2,907 on the IEOC Line continue to surpass the ridership performance target of 2,264. The demonstration period for the midday train began November 1999 and ends March 2001. These ridership numbers need to be sustained for the next 5 months in order for the Midday service to be included in the regular Metrolink budget for FY2001 /02. 2000 Holiday Toy Express Train A Metrolink train decorated with more than 20,000 lights, ornaments and displays will be rolling into Riverside County next month. A live stage show featuring the Metrolink Band, Santa Claus and his friends will be performed at the Downtown Riverside, La Sierra, and West Corona stations on December 8th while the show will be at the Pedley station on December 16th. The local fire department will be on hand to collect toys for needy children through the annual Spark of Love toy drive. Intercity Rail Update The Southern California Intercity Rail Group (SCIRG) will be voting on December 1st on the future of the Group. The SCIRG TAC is recommending that the Group be dissolved. If the SCIRG were to dissolve, RCTC would work with Metrolink and other members of the SCIRG TAC to create an alternate forum to discuss intercity rail issues. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Plans and Program Committee Performance Audit Ad Hoc Sub Committee Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Consultant Selection for the Performance Audits of the Riverside County Transportation Commission and the Riverside County Transit Operators PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE AND AD HOC SUB COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION This item is to seek Commission approval to authorize the Chairman, on behalf of the Commission, to execute 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. BACKGROUND INFORMATION On September 13, 2000 the Commission directed staff to release a Request for Proposal (RFP) to conduct the required triennial performance audits of RCTC and the transit operators providing services in Riverside County. The RFP was distributed to 78 agencies. We received two proposals to conduct the audit as follows: Arthur Bauer & Associates O'Melia Consulting As required by the "Performance Audit Guidebook for Transit Operations and Regional Transportation Planning Entities", a letter was sent to the Riverside County Transit Operators requesting feedback on whether there were any conflicts of interest or comments regarding the two firms. No comments were received. Consultant interviews were conducted on November 13, 2000. Commissioners Hall, Kelly and van Haaster were designated to serve on the Performance Audit Ad Hoc Sub Committee to review the proposals and interview consultants. To assist the Commissioners with their decision, a Summary Table (Attachment 1 ) was prepared comparing the two firms. O'Melia Consulting completed RCTC's Triennial Performance Audits for the 1989, 1991 and the 1997 audit periods. Both firms are capable of conducting the audits, however, based on the experience of O'Melia Consulting together with the firm's perspective of the "old" Commission consisting of seven members and the "new" expanded Commission (consisting of 29 voting members), the Performance Audit Ad Hoc Sub Committee recommends that O'Melia Consulting be hired to conduct the audits. The FY01 Budget was amended at the September 13, Commission meeting to cover the cost of conducting the audits. The Commission's legal counsel previously reviewed and approved the draft model contract. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes Year: FY2000-01 Amount: $70,000 Source of Funds: Local Transportation Funds Budget Adjustment: No Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 11 /20/00 Attachment 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION FY 97/98, 98/99 AND 99/00 TRIENNIAL PERFORMANCE AUDIT SUMMARY TABLE EVALUATION CRITERIA FIRM: O'Melia Consulting FIRM: Arthur Bauer & Assoc. Understanding of the Purpose and requirements of the audit References the regulatory compliance areas. References appropriate PUC codes that requires the audit. References the regulatory compliance areas. References appropriate PUC codes that requires the audit. Experience in public transit, performance auditing and the issues and functional areas to be analyzed Completed sixty (60) transit operator audits and ten (10) regional transportation planning entity audits Completed seven (7) transit operator audits and five (5) regional transportation planning entity audits Approach to be followed and the tasks to be performed, including detailed steps and resources required and proposed project schedule Provided. Projected to complete project within established time frame. Provided. Projected to complete project within established time frame Relative allocation of resources, in terms of quality and quantity to key tasks RCTC audit: 120 hours Transit audits: 405 hours Total: 525 hours RCTC audit: 335 hours Transit audits: 290 hours Total: 625 hours Costs $67,824 (includes $5,000 for direct costs: postage, printing, travel and parking) $68,979 (includes $3,475 for direct costs and $5,955 as a fixed fee). Education and specific experience of the project team Mary Sue O'Melia, Principal, served as Project Manager for the 1989, 1991 and 1997 triennial performance audits for ROTC. Has a M.S. degree in Urban and Policy Science and a B.S. in City and Regional Planning Has not conducted audits for RCTC in the past. Arthur E. Bauer, Principal, has a M.A. degree in Public Administration and a B.A. from the University of California, Davis RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Plans and Programs Committee Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Reallocate Local Transportation Funds and Amend SunLine Transit Agency's Short Range Transit Plan for FY 00101 PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION This item is to seek Commission approval 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 modification 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 00101 . BACKGROUND INFORMATION SunLine Transit Agency (SunLine) is requesting an amendment to their FY 00101 Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP). Originally, $680,000 in Local Transportation Funds (LTF) was programmed for the purchase of two expansion buses. Due to expected arrivals of some fuel cell buses, SunLine is no longer in need of additional buses and has requested that the funds be reprogrammed as follows: 1) $346,000 for bus maintenance and modification to their maintenance facility (see Attachment 1 for a copy of SunLine's Agenda Item which was approved at their November 1, 2000 meeting); and 2) Place $334,000 in capital reserves. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: No Year: Amount: $680,000 Source of Funds: LTF Budget Adjustment: No Fiscal Procedures Approved: (______a-,---•� Date: 11 /20/00 ATTACHMENT 1 SunLine Transit Agency DATE: November 1, 2000 TO: Board of Directors FROM: Chief Financial Officer RE: Amendment to SRTP 1 Budget ACTION Recommendation Recommend that the Board of Directors approve an amendment to the FY 2000 SRTP and Budget authorizing staff to reprogram $ 345,926 of LTF funds, originally programmed for the purchase of two replacement Orion fixed route buses, and apply them to the higher than estimated capital costs of modifications to SunLink and Thomas bus purchases and an extension of the present maintenance facility. Background SunLine programmed $680,000 of LTF funds in the FY 2000 SRTP for the purchase of two replacement Orion fixed -route buses. Since that time, we have consummated the purchase of nineteen (19) Thomas buses and are close to entering into a multi -agency agreement which will secure for SunLine the purchase of ten (10) Xcellsis hydrogen fuel cell buses for delivery in 2003. These events have significantly delayed the current need for the additional Orion buses. The FY 2000 SRTP/Budget included estimates for the modification of SunLink and Thomas buses. The actual work required to bring these buses into serviceable condition was considerably more complex than originally estimated. Each of these buses is discussed below: SunLink Buses: The original estimate to purchase and modify these buses for service was $539,000. Once modification of the trailer (passenger) units began, it was clear that the cost to install lavatories, ADA and other equipment would be much greater than anticipated. The final average cost to modify each of these units was approximately $109,000, compared to the original estimate of approximately $85,000. The result was a total $71,831 over budget on the project. Page 20 Thomas Buses: The original estimate to purchase and modify these buses for service was $525,000. Higher than anticipated painting and decal costs, and additional electronic and higher cost of other equipment resulted in a $29,326 over run on this project. Seven (7) of the buses are scheduled for SunLine service. The remaining ten (10) Thomas buses are scheduled to be leased to Imperial County in connection with our management of this transit facility. Present diesel buses in service there are old and in need of replacement. Imperial is presently completing construction of a CNG fueling station and preparation of a maintenance facility in anticipation of utilizing our cleaner burning CNG buses. Capital expenditures of approximately $153,000 are needed to complete the installation of extended range fuel tanks on five (5) of the buses, painting, fare boxes and other minor equipment. These costs will be recovered through lease payments by Imperial. Maintenance Facility: A requirement of a contract with the Department Of Energy (DOE), was a fifty percent (50%) sharing of the costs of building a bus maintenance facility which was hydrogen handling approved. The estimated cost of building this facility was $95,000, and SunLine's share of this cost was $47,500. It was originally anticipated that new funding sources could be found for the SunLine matching share of the cost, however, none have been identified.This facility is being used to service the Xcellsis bus currently in our care under an FTA contract, and will of course be SunLine property after completion of these contracts. Very few similar facilities have been previously built, therefore estimating costs on this somewhat experimental project was extremely difficult. Final costs of construction were $44,269 over budget for this project. SunLine therefore needs a total of $91,769 to cover the over run in addition to its matching share. Summary To summarize the above discussion, total funds need to reprogram are as follows: SunLink Buses $ 71,831 Thomas Buses -- SunLine use $ 29,326 Thomas Buses — Imperial County use $ 153,000 Maintenance Facility $ 91,769 Total $ 345,926 Page 21 Fiscal Impact Capital funds will be reallocated to new uses, as the original use is no longer applicable due to changes in future bus requirements. William A. Maier H: kpctrantrsagendlnov001SRTP8udgetAmend 000000 Page 22 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Plans and Program Committee Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Request from Anza Valley Transportation to Purchase New Wheelchair Lift Equipped Vehicle PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Commission approval to: 1) Reallocate Measure A Specialized Transit funds in the total amount of $16,916 ($10,212 from FY 98199 and $6,704 from FY 99100) 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 00101 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 Riverside Transit Agency's procurement process or through Caltrans' Section 5310 Program). BACKGROUND INFORMATION In 1998, Anza Valley Transportation (Anza) received two surplus 1992 Ford vans from the Riverside Transit Agency. With operating assistance provided through RCTC's Measure A Specialized Transit Program, Anza continues to provide local transit service to residents in this rural community. Due to the age of the vans and the high mileage (over 230,000 miles each), the vehicles require frequent maintenance and repair due to mechanical breakdowns. Since July 1999, through September 2000, a total of $1 1,077 has been spent on maintenance, repair and towing charges (See Attachment 1). The continued maintenance on one or both of these vans has required Anza to cancel regularly scheduled routes. Currently, Anza does not have any back-up vehicles although they have been successful in securing a large bus through Caltrans' Section 5310 Program. Unfortunately, delivery of that vehicle is not anticipated until December 2001. Anza has approximately $16,916 of unused Measure A operating funds available from the 1998 grant cycle. Anza is requesting to use these funds towards the purchase of a new vehicle. In addition, Anza is requesting that $13,820 of Measure A Specialized Transit funds be re -designated from FY 00/01 and FY 01 /02. Anza has raised approximately $17,314 through fund-raising activities which will also be used for the purchase of the vehicle. The following chart illustrates the various funding sources and grant years that, if approved, can be used to purchase the vehicle: FY 98/99 unused Measure A grant funds: FY 99/00 unused Measure A grant funds: FY 00/01 re -designated Measure A grant funds: FY 01 /02 re -designated Measure A grant funds: Anza Valley fund-raising Money: Total Estimated Funds Available: $10,212 $ 6,704 $ 6,500* $ 7,320* $17,314 $48,050 Anza secured one cost estimate from A-Z Bus Sales for the purchase of a nine passenger wheelchair lift equipped vehicle. Staff recommends that Anza secure two additional bids (including one through the Riverside Transit Agency's procurement process or through Caltrans' Section 5310 Program). Once obtained, the bids should be reviewed for not only costs but the vendor's time frame in delivering the vehicle. Measure A grant funds would be re -designated from approved operating costs including the line items of rent, utilities, uniforms and general office expenditures. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes Year: FY2000-01 Source of Funds: Measure A Budget Adjustment: No Fiscal Procedures Approved: Amount: $ 6,500 Date: 11 /20/00 Attachment 1 ek 0 awwwu# III ye 51175s- { rcr ;o3 tir Ya.re�.� � �, -y3S' r J rat 1 >�244.-1 _ i4 z tity lay T�se.A. /�,� 1 ! . - - r�r ^41. 0 ! .. Cf.14. 47 0r..k.---_-_ --_, riV6m.463)- osd),1. __!� cucts -�Vaulo_ A v a..ca tta gyp Y— d 0 Viz- 39'4' 11-3is 444,44tfels. _ it 3 l� ' i,SSa-• o - /11C/ 43 V5 37.34' 41.4004 _Sr, AY k _learAiete • RV :44/sr t 79`i i r A A1144444-741441111-Adidoidit dtagiwo- , 4,0Z7.r 2xNa2-, --' 37:3_ 00931- �' t 1627 ot� RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Plans and Programs Committee Shirley Medina, Program Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Re -bid of Smart Call Box Installations and Enhanced Traffic Management Center Sites PLANS AND PROGRAMS AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission approve 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. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At the July 12, 2000 Commission meeting, the Commission approved the release of a Request for Proposals/Bid Package for the installation of Smart Call Boxes and Enhanced Traffic Management Center Sites. This effort is part of the Riverside County Congestion Management Program (CMP) and was developed to meet state and federal traffic reporting requirements as well as provide on -time traffic count data for the purposes of planning and programming transportation improvement projects. A total of $1.1 million was programmed in the 199E State Transportation improvement Program (STIP) for this project. The funds were allocated by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) in June, 2000. At the September 13, 2000 Commission meeting, the Commission approved the award of two contracts pending legal review. The contractors were Comarco Wireless Technologies for the installation of Smart Call Boxes, and Peek Traffic - Signal Maintenance for the Traffic Management Center Sites. The contracts could not be signed due to the following: 1) State's obligational authority had ceased from September through the end of October, and 2) Caltrans' rules changed as of October 1, 2000 and now require incorporation of updated federal provisions into RFPIBid Package prior to obligation of federal funds. Pending Commission action and receipt of a Notice to Proceed from Caltrans Local Programs, the RFPIBid Package will be released and open for 21 days. The RFPIBid Package will also be available on RCTC's web site. Both Comarco Wireless Technologies and Peek Traffic - Signal Maintenance have been notified of the re -bid. It is anticipated that a recommendation of award for both contracts will be brought forward for Commission approval at the February or March 2001 meeting. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: L Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Executive Committee Naty Kopenhaver, Director of Administrative Services THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Commission/Committee Meetings for 2001 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE & STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the calendar of meetings for the year 2001 . BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The proposed calendar for the Commission, Executive Committee, Budget and Implementation Committee and Plans and Programs Committee continues the meetings to be held as follows: • Riverside County Transportation Commission - 2' Wednesday of each month at 9 a.m., except for the month August. • Executive Committee - 2r'a Wednesday of each month at 8 a.m., except for the month of August. • • Budget and Implementation Committee - 4th Monday of each month at 2:30 p.m., except for the month of May when the meeting is on the 3' Monday because of the Memorial Day holiday and there is no meeting in July. Plans and Programs Committee - 4th Monday of each month at 12 Noon, except for the month of May when the meeting is on the 3`d Monday because of the Memorial holiday and there is no meeting in July. • Retreat for the Commission is scheduled to be held on Monday, January 29th in Palm Springs. Note that Bob Wolf will be the luncheon speaker. • Unmet transit needs hearing for the Palo Verde Valley area is scheduled on Thursday, March 1st, Blythe City Hall, at 2:30 p.m. The proposed calendar of meetings will be presented to the Executive Committee prior to the Commission meeting. If there are any changes, the item will be pulled from the Consent Calendar. 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BACKGROUND INFORMATION. Last month, the Commission approved adding a 2' Vice Chair to its officers to build a broader -based leadership. The Chair, the Vice Chair and the Second Vice Chair shall annually alternate between a regular member of the Commission representing a city and a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. During the time in which the Chair is a regular member of the Commission representing a city, the Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors and the Second Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing a city. During the time in which the Chair is a regular Commission member who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, the Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing a city and the Second Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. The Second Vice Chair shall perform the duties of the Chair in the absence of the Chair and the Vice Chair. When so acting, the Second Vice Chair shall have all the powers of and be subject to all the restrictions upon the Chair. ORDINANCE NO. 00-02 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION ADMINISTRATIVE CODE WHEREAS, by Ordinance 93-003 the Riverside County Transportation Commission has enacted an Administrative Code; WHEREAS, by Ordinance Nos. 94-001, 94-002, 95-001, 95-002, 98-002, 99-001, 99-002 and 00-01, the Riverside County Transportation Commission has amended its Administrative Code; WHEREAS, the Commission has determined that it is now necessary to again amend its Administrative Code to reflect changes in its committee structure; NOW, THEREFORE, the Riverside County Transportation Commission hereby ordains as follows: Section 1 : Article III, Section A of the Administrative Code is hereby amended to read as follows: "A. IN GENERAL. The Officers of the Commission shall consist of the Chair, a Vice Chair and a Second Vice Chair, all of whom shall be regular members of the Commission, an Executive Director, a General Counsel, Fiscal Officer, and other such officers as the Commission may deem necessary." Section 2: Article III, Section B of the Administrative Code is hereby amended to read as follows: "B. ELECTION OF CHAIR, VICE CHAIR AND SECOND VICE CHAIR. The Commission annually, at its first meeting in December, and at such other times as there may be a vacancy in either office, shall elect a Chair who shall preside at all meetings, a Vice Chair who shall preside in his or her absence, and a Second Vice Chair who shall preside in the absence of the Chair and the Vice Chair. The Chair, the Vice Chair and the Second Vice Chair shall be elected by the Commission at its first meeting in December for a one-year term. The changes will be effective on January 1'. The Chair, the Vice Chair and the Second Vice Chair shall annually alternate between a regular member of the Commission representing a city and a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. During the time in which the Chair is a regular member of the Commission representing a city, the Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors and the Second Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing a city. During the time in which the Chair is a regular Commission member who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, the Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing a city and the Second Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. " Section 3: Article III, Sections E(3) and (4) of the Administrative Code is hereby amended to read as follows: "3. Duties of Second Vice Chair. The Second Vice Chair shall perform the duties of the Chair in the absence of the Chair and the Vice Chair. When so acting, the Second Vice Chair shall have all the powers of and be subject to all the restrictions upon the Chair. 4. Chair Pro Tempore. In the event of the absence or inability to act of the Chair, Vice Chair or Second Vice Chair, the Commission, by motion passed by majority vote, shall select one of its members to act as Chair Pro Tempore, who, while so acting, shall have all of the authority of the Chair." The remaining sections of Section E shall be renumbered accordingly. Section 4: Article Ill, Section H.3.b of the Administrative Code is hereby amended to read as follows: follows: "(b) The membership of the Executive Committee shall be as (1) The Chair of the Commission. (2) The Vice Chair of the Commission. (3) The Second Vice Chair of the Commission. (4) A regular member of the Commission representing one of the following cities: Riverside, Corona, Moreno Valley. Such regular member shall be appointed by majority vote of the members representing the cities referenced in the previous sentence. (5) A regular member of the Commission representing one of the following cities: Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Canyon Lake, Hemet, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Norco, Perris, San Jacinto, and Temecula. Such member or alternative member shall be appointed by majority vote of the members representing the cities referenced in the previous sentence. (6) A regular member of the Commission representing the following cities: Blythe, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage. Such member shall be appointed by a majority vote of the members representing the cities referenced in the previous sentence. (7) Three members of the Commission who are members of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. Such members shall be appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Section 5: Article III, Section H.3.d of the Administrative Code is hereby amended to read as follows: "(d) The term of the Executive Committee members, other than the Chair, the Vice Chair and the Second Vice Chair, shall be two (2) years. At the end of their 2-year term, Executive Committee members shall stand for reappointment as set forth in Section H.3(b)." Section 6: Article IV, Section C of the Administrative Code is hereby amended to read as follows: "C. SPECIAL MEETINGS. A special meeting of the Commission may be called at any time by the Chair, or in his or her absence by the Vice Chair or in the absence of the Chair and the Vice Chair by the Second Vice Chair, or by any fifteen (1 5) regular members by delivering personally or by mail written notice to the Executive Director and each regular and alternate member. Such notice shall be so delivered at least twenty-four (24) hours before the time of such meeting as specified in the notice. The call and notice shall specify the time and place of the special meeting and the business to be transacted. No other business shall be transacted at such meeting. Such written notice may be dispensed with as to any member who at or prior to the time the meeting convenes files with the Executive Director a written waiver of notice. Such waiver may be given by telegram or telecopier. Such written notice may also be dispensed with as to any regular or alternate member who is actually present at the meeting at the time it convenes." Section 8: This Ordinance shall be effective on December 13, 2000. APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 13th day of December, 2000. Tam Mullen, Chairman Riverside County Transportation Commission ATTEST: Naty Kopenhaver, Clerk of the Riverside County Transportation Commission RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Plans and Programs Committee Technical Advisory Committee Stephanie Wiggins, Program Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: RCTC's Alameda Corridor -East Trade Corridor Grade Crossing Priority List PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE, TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION. This item is to seek Commission approval of the RCTC Alameda Corridor -East Trade Corridor Grade Crossing Priority List. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As a result of RCTC's involvement in the development of the Corridor Plan for the Alameda Corridor East Steering Committee, a prioritized list of grade crossing improvements along the three main lines (UP Los Angeles Subdivision, UP Yuma Main, and BNSF San Bernardino Subdivision) must be developed. The following jurisdictions, which have public at -grade crossings along the three main lines, were asked last month to submit a "Grade Crossing Prioritization Form": Cities of Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Coachella, Corona, Indio, and Riverside, and the County of Riverside. On Tuesday, November 14t', a meeting was held to review the submitted forms and develop criteria that would form the basis of developing a prioritized tier list. The key factors agreed upon were safety, delay, and availability of alternate grade separations. On Monday, November 20', the RCTC TAC approved the prioritized tier list subject to technical clean-up (the addition of Airport Road and consideration for calculating total delay along Van Buren (Rutile, Jurupa, Bellegrave, and Clay). The attached prioritized list incorporates Airport Road however, County staff will continue to work with Parsons Brinckerhoff to better quantify total delay along Van Buren Blvd. Once approved by the Commission, the list will be forwarded to the Alameda Corridor - East Steering Committee for inclusion in a Corridor Plan that will be used to support a federal earmark in the re -authorization of TEA-21 . L 000z `9 H38141303O r3�p?1 rt ddria tit'?' • • • • `*NO1s'.tvg S{]'dONlitt`�l Ourwd NOINfI S3NI1 llted 33 YlifiS N3HitION NOIONIIMEI JVIII 7VAIOIDWI • • , :siponrtr ` .. so7 aNaeal �.�-.--��;-: .�----'�==�-. -ems=.-� .. ,>•r�r^� 1af11S 1N303/3 !SOW NO a3SVe . 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Douglas Date: November 20, 2000 Subject: Rail Crossing Prioritization Factors Memorandum 505 South Main St., Suite 900 Orange, CA 92868 (714)973-4880 fax (714) 973-4918 On November 14, RCTC staff and I met with the TAC subcommittee dealing with rail crossing grade separation issues. One of the items discussed was which evaluation factors RCTC should recommend be used in the four -county study to establish grade separation priorities. Based on our discussions with the subcommittee, the following factors should be recommended by RCTC for use as primary criteria for prioritizing grade separations in the four -county study: Safety • Existing accident rates and severity • Potential for future accidents (due to increases in blockage and delay) Delay • Total delay to existing traffic (including train switching and parking) • Total delay to future traffic Alternate Crossings • Availability of alternate grade separations nearby (locations without alternate available crossings should receive higher priority) In addition, the following factors should be recommended by RCTC for consideration in the four -county prioritization, but should be treated as secondary factors in the prioritization: • Nearness to residential areas (since grade separation would reduce the noise impacts of train whistles on residential neighborhoods) • Constructibility • Existing commitments of local funds Over a Century of Engineering Excellence RCTC GRADE SEPARATION PRIORITIES Prioritization Methodology Factors Used in Prioritization 1999 Average Daily Vehicle Delay 2020 Average Daily Vehicle Delay Overall Accident Score (combination of frequency and severity) Adjacent Grade Separations Local Ranking Methodology for Measuring 1999 Average Daily Vehicle Delay: 1999 Average Daily Traffic volume and gate down time (through trains only) 2020 Average Daily Vehicle Delay: 2020 Average Daily Traffic volume and gate down time (through trains only) Overall Accident Score: Accident frequency multiplied by severity (train -involved accidents). Adjacent Grade Separations: Distance to nearest grade separation. Local Ranking: local agency ranking of priority. Rating Points 1999 Average Daily Vehicle Delay 5 > 30 veh hrslday 4 > 20 veh hrslday 3 > 15 veh hrslday 2 > 10 veh hrslday 1 > 5 veh hrslday 0 < 5 veh hrslday 2020 Average Daily Vehicle Delay >100 veh hrslday > 75 veh hrslday > 50 veh hrslday > 25 veh hrslday > 10 veh hrslday < 10 veh hrslday Overall Accident Score > 0.20 > 0.15 > 0.10 > 0.05 > 0.00 0 Adjacent Grade Separations > 1 mile > 112 mile > 114 mile < 114 mile Rating points for local ranking score were determined using the inverse of the local agency's ranking, factored up so that the highest priority project received 25 points. Weighting Points Weighting points were applied to each evaluation factor so that each factor is weighted equally, with a maximum possible score of 500 points. The maximum possible total score is 2,500 points (500 for each factor). Priority Groupings The grade crossings were grouped into five priority groupings based on their overall score. 11/27/00 TABLE 3 PRIORITY GROUPINGS Rail Line Cross Street Jurisdiction Overall Weighted Score Group BNSF (SB SUB) McKinley St Corona 1600 1 UP (YUMA MAIN) Avenue 50 Coachella 1900 1 UP (YUMA MAIN) Avenue 481 Dillon Rd Indio/Coachella 1975 1 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) 3rd St Riverside 2060 1 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) Chicago Av Riverside 1740 1 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) Columbia Av Riverside 1640 1 BNSF & UP (SB SUB). Iowa Av Riverside 2080 1 BNSF (SB SUB) Mary St Riverside 1620 1 UP (LA SUB) Riverside Av Riverside 1660 1 BNSF (SB SUB) Magnolia Av Riverside County 1900 1 UP (YUMA MAIN) Hargrave St Banning 1400 2 UP (YUMA MAIN) Sunset Av Banning 1575 2 BNSF (SB SUB) Auto Center Dr Corona 1538 2 UP (LA SUB) Brockton Av Riverside 1380 2 UP (LA SUB) Magnolia Av Riverside 1600 2 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) Spruce St Riverside 1560 2 UP (LA SUB) Streeter Av Riverside 1600 2 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) Center St Riverside County 1300 2 UP (LA SUB) Jurupa Rd Riverside County 1550 2 UP (YUMA MAIN) California Av Beaumont 1000 3 UP (YUMA MAIN) San Timoteo Canyon Rd Calimesa 1250 3 BNSF (SB SUB) Smith Av Corona 1213 3 BNSF (SB SUB) Adams St Riverside 1000 3 BNSF & UP (RIV) Cridge St Riverside 1020 3 BNSF 8& UP (SB SUB) Kansas Av Riverside 1280 3 BNSF (SB SUB) Madison St Riverside 1140 3 UP (LA SUB) Palm Av Riverside 1020 3 BNSF (SB SUB) Tyler St Riverside 1060 3 BNSF (SB SUB) Washington St Riverside 1220 3 UP (YUMA MAIN) Broadway Riverside County 1250 3 UP (LA SUB) Rutile St Riverside County 1050 3 UP (YUMA MAIN) 22nd St Banning 950 4 UP (YUMA MAIN) San Gorgonio Av Banning 825 4 UP (YUMA MAIN) Viele Av Beaumont 833 4 UP (YUMA MAIN) Avenue 52 ` Coachella 850 4 BNSF (SB SUB) Cota St Corona 988 4 BNSF (SB SUB) Joy St Corona 750 4 BNSF (SB SUB) Railroad St Corona 975 4 BNSF (SB SUB) Buchanan St Riverside 880 4 BNSF (SB SUB) Jefferson St Riverside 840 4 BNSF (SB SUB) Pierce St Riverside 860 4 UP (LA SUB) Bellgrave Av Riverside County 900 4 UP (LA SUB) Clay St Riverside County 900 4 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) Main St Riverside County 850 4 5 UP (YUMA MAIN) Pennsylvania Av Beaumont 667 UP (YUMA MAIN) Avenue 54 Coachella 625 5 BNSF (SB SUB) Radio Rd Corona 363 5 BNSF (SB SUB) Sheridan St Corona 425 5 UP (YUMA MAIN) Avenue 66 Riverside County 550 5 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) 7th St Riverside 600 5 BNSF (SB SUB) Gibson St Riverside 420 5 BNSF (SB SUB) Harrison St Riverside 640 5 BNSF (SB SUB) Jackson St Riverside 680 5 BNSF (SB SUB) Jane St Riverside 400 5 UP (LA SUB) Mountain View Av Riverside 500 5 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) Palmyrita Av Riverside 620 5 UP (LA SUB) Panorama Rd Riverside 460 5 UP (YUMA MAIN) Apache Trail Riverside County 600 j 5 UP (YUMA MAIN) Airport Road Riverside County RCTC GRADE SEPARATION PRIORITIES Prioritization Methodology Factors Used in Prioritization 1999 Average Daily Vehicle Delay 2020 Average Daily Vehicle Delay Overall Accident Score (combination of frequency and severity) Adjacent Grade Separations Local Ranking Methodology for Measuring 1999 Average Daily Vehicle Delay: 1999 Average Daily Traffic volume and gate down time (through trains only) 2020 Average Daily Vehicle Delay: 2020 Average Daily Traffic volume and gate down time (through trains only) Overall Accident Score: Accident frequency multiplied by severity (train -involved accidents), Adjacent Grade Separations: Distance to nearest grade separation. Local Ranking: local agency ranking of priority. Rating Points 1999 Average Daily Vehicle Delay 5 > 30 veh hrs/day 4 > 20 veh hrs/day 3 > 15 veh hrs/day 2 > 10 veh hrs/day 1 > 5 veh hrs/day 0 < 5 veh hrs/day 2020 Average Daily Vehicle Delay >100 veh hrs/day > 75 veh hrs/day > 50 veh hrs/day > 25 veh hrs/day > 10 veh hrs/day > 10 veh hrs/day Overall Adjacent Grade Accident Score Separations > 0.20 > 1 mile > 0.15 > 0,10 > 1/2 mile > 0,05 > 0,00 > 1/4 mile 0 < 1/4 mile Rating points for local ranking score were determined using the inverse of the local agency's ranking, factored up so that the highest priority project received 25 points. Weighting Points Weighting points were applied to each evaluation factor so that each factor is weighted equally, with a maximum possible score of'500 points. The maximum possible total score is 2,500 points (500 for each factor). Priority Groupings The grade crossings were grouped into five priority groupings based on their overall score, 11127100 TABLE I DELAY, ACCIDENT FREQUENCY, AND ADJACENT CROSSINGS Rail Line Cross Street Jurisdiction 4999 # of Lanes 2020 # of Lanes #of Tracks Delay Per Day ACCIDENT FREQUENCY ADJACENT CROSSINGS Local Ranking Year 1999 Vehicle Hours of Delay Per Day Year 2020 Vehicle Hours of Delay Per Day Accident Frequency rating Accident Severity rating Overall Accident Score within 1/4 mile within 112 mile within 1 mile BNSF SB SUB Auto Center Dr Corona 4 4 2 10.4 88.1 0.00 0.00 0.00 2 Smith Av Corona 4 2 9.8 50.1 0.00 0.00 0.00 4 Railroad St Corona 4 3 10.5 68.7 0.00 0.00 0.00 x x 3 Cots St Corona 2 2 6.0 39.0 0.00 OM 0.00 6 Sheridan St Corona 2 2 5.4 20.7 0.00 0.00 0.00 x x 7 Joy St Corona 2 3 5.2 31.3 0.07 1.00 0.07 x x x 5 Radio Rd Carona 2 3 0.5 1.8 0.00 0.00 0.00 x 8 McKinley St Carona 4 2 0.06 0.06 1 Magnolia Av Riverside County 4 2 17.3 17.9 90_0 90.0 0.06 1.00 1,00 C.06 111 1 B Buchanan St Riverside 2 2 7.0 30.1 0.00 0.00 0.00 22 Pierce St Riverside 3 2 6.0 27.7 0.04 1.04 0.0416 x 18 Tyler St Riverside 4 2 12.6 593 0.00 0.00 0.00 x 13 Harrison St Riverside 2 2 11.8 38.0 0.00 0,00 0.00 x 19 Gibson St Riverside 2 3 1.4 5.3 0.11 1.23 0.1353 x x 20 Jackson St Riverside 4 - 2 9.7 31 7 0.04 1.00 0.04 x 17 MEE A Adams St Riverside 4 4 2 17.5 0,00 0.00 0-00Mil x x Jefferson St Riverside 2 2 2 10.2 ® 0.00 0.00 0.00 Madison St Riverside T 0 0© �0 0© 2 2 ._ 8.3 .. r • 87.1 r 0.08 0.04 1.00 0.03 - ==� _ 0.08 Washin•ton St Riverside Riverside 7.5 � 1.04 0.0416 -_- Riverside ©©� 15.1 0 00 0.00 0.00 -©© 16 UP L MIREEME=M1=121=1311.13M� Clay St Riverside County ©�© © 2 3.8 14.5 _ 8.4 22.4 015 0.07 T 0.16 r� 1.00 1.16 0,15MMIM 0.07 illMEN=--- 0.00 -�- © x _ 3 2.5 _ -- 4 2 5 7.6 .5 32A 0.0 0.00 Mountain View Av Riverside 3 0 .8 4S 0.009 0.00 0.00 ■ To be CLOSED by City Streeter Av Riverside 2 13.5 35.3 0.06 1.08 0.0648 1 Palm Av Riverside - 2 5.5 14.0 0.00 0.00 0.00 10 Brockton Av Mill- 0©INfilli _ 10.8 20,8 27.4 0.02 �r 0.00 r r 0.00 --- _-_ 6 54.8 ... 0.00 Panoramad oid ©©0 18.1 r r 1.07 0.0749 12 --- 3 23 NM -�® C Cra St Riverside 4 17 1 51.4 0.112 11.00 0.1 2 2 NSF & UP [SB SUB St Riverside 4 nri 707 0.12 1.00 0.12 MEI x 21 - 37thrd 3rd St MilEEEME=2===illiENIMEMMEM111.2111•11MEEMII St Riverside Riverside 4 4 4 3 6. 26.0 27.3 105 6 1111ME:Mlli .5 0.12 0.06 0.00 0.0 1.00 0.00 1.03 0.12 8 0.06 Must do together =12 0.00 Spruce Chicago Av Riverside 4 4 3 .3 0 9 Columbia Av Riverside 4 4 3 21 21.9 68 68.4 4.00 0.00 0.00.00 4 Palm to Av Riverside 2 2 3 2.6 162 0.00 0.00 0.00 26 Center St 000® 4 4 11.1 109.7 43.4 0.06 0.08 1.00 0.06 2 1.00 0.08 7 Main St MEREENEffil 2 3 6.1 10.1 0.00 000 0.00 - 8 =Ell - San Timoteo Can . n Rd _ :. _ ©©© ©® �©® 8.4 Millan 127.4 0.09 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.09 --- --� 1 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Pennsytvania Av Beaumont 4 2 1.6 92.3 0.00 0.00 0.00 x 3 Sunset Av Banning 3 2 3.0 29.5 0.22 1.22 0.2684 2 Banning 2 1 3.2 0_11 0.00 rr 0.00 0.11 -- --- 3 - San GoreonioAv Dor, ni Banning =- ©©©�� 2 2 32 18.1 18.8 0.11 0.00 0.11 0.00 4 1 •. • Broadway Riverside Coun Riverside County ©©©®® 3 2.5 12.2 0.00 0.13 0.00 1.27 0.00 0.1651 --- 9 6 UP MAIN) Avenue 48/ Dillon Rd Indio/Coachella 2 42.3 1932 0.01 1.00 0.01 2 (YUMA Avenue 50 Coachella 2 1 9.0 59.3 0.34 1.17 0.39 1 Avenue 52 Coachella - 3 4 10 Avenue 64 Coachella Coachella - Avenue 66 Riverside W 1111 A Ai • •rt Road Riverside Coun - --- 11 27 00 TABLE 2 RATING POINTS FOR DELAY, ACCIDENT FREQUENCY, AND ADJACENT CROSSINGS Rail Line Cross Street Jurisdiction Local Ranking Rating Points Group Year 199E Veh Hrs of Delay Per Day Year 2020 Veh Hrs of Delay Per Day Overall Accident Score Adjacent Grade Separations Local Ranking Overall Weighted Score BNSF (SB SUB) Auto Center Dr Corona 2 2 4 5 22 1538 2 Smith Av Corona 4 1 3 5 16 1213 3 Railroad St Corona 3 2 3 1 19 975 4 Cota St Corona 6 1 2 5 9 988 4 Sheridan St Corona 7 1 1 1 6 425 5 Joy St Corona 5 1 2 2 13 750 4 Radio Rd Corona 8 3 3 363 5 McKinley St Corona 1_ 5 5 3 25 1800 1 Magnolia Av Riverside County 1 3 4 2 5 25 1900 1 Buchanan St Riverside 22 1 2 5 4 880 4 Pierce St Riverside 18 1 2 1 3 8 860 4 pier St Riverside 13 2 3 3 13 1060 3 Harrison St Riverside 19 2 2 1 7 640 5 Gibson St Riverside 20 3 6 420 5 Jackson St Riverside 17 1 2 1 1 9 680 5 Adams St Riverside 11 3 3 1 15 1000 3 Jefferson St Riverside 24 2 1 5 2 840 4 Madison St Riverside 14 1 2 1 5 12 1140 3 Washington St Riverside 15 1 2 2 5 11 1220 3 Mary St Riverside 5 2 4 1 5 21 1620 1 Jane St Riverside 16 i 1 1 10 400 5 UP (LA SUB) Bellgrave Av Riverside County 3 1 3 1 20 900 4 Rutile St Riverside County 4 2 5 18 1050 3 Jurupa Rd Riverside County 2 1 1 4 5 23 1550 2 Clay St Riverside County 5 1 2 3 15 900 4 Mountain View Av Riverside To be CLOSED by City 5 500 5 Streeter Av Riverside 1 2 2 2 5 25 1600 2 Palm Av Riverside 10 1 1 5 16 1020 3 Brockton Av Riverside 7 2 2 1 5 19 1380 2 Magnolia Av Riverside 6 4 3 5 20 1600 2 Riverside Av Riverside 3 3 2 2 5 23 1660 1 Panorama Rd Riverside 23 1 3 3 460 5 BNSF & UP (RIV) Cridge St Riverside 25 3 3 3 _ 1 1 1020 3 BNSF & UP (SB SUB) 7th St Riverside 21 1 3 1 5 600 5 3rd St Riverside 8 4 5 3 5 18 2060 1 Kansas Av Riverside Must do together =12 1 2 2 5 14 1280 3 Spruce St Riverside 4 4 5 14 1580 2 Chicago Av Riverside 9 3 4 2 5 17 1740 1 Columbia Av Riverside 4 4 3 5 22 1640 i Palmyrtta Av Riverside 26 1 5 1 620 5 Iowa Av Riverside 2 4 5 2 5 24 2080 1 Center St Riverside County 7 2 2 2 5 10 1300 2 Main St Riverside County 8 1 1 5 8 ma 4 UP (YUMA MAIN) San Timoteo Canyon Rd Calimesa 1 1 2 2 5 13 1250 3 Viele Av Beaumont 2 5 17 833 4 Califomia Av Beaumont 1 5 25 1000 3 Pennsy,vania Av Beaumont 3 4 1 8 667 5 Sunset Av Banning 2 2 5 5 19 1575 2 22nd St Banning 3 2 5 13 950 4 San Gorgonio Av Banning 4 1 3 3 6 825 4 Hargrave St Banning 1 4 5 25 1400 2 Apache Trail Riverside County 9 5 5 600 5 Broadway Riverside County 6 1 4 5 13 1250 3 Avenue 48/ Dillon Rd Indio/Coachella 2 5 5 1 5 19 1975 1 Avenue 50 Coachella 1 1 3 5 5 25 1900 1 ,.'gii0 E02 : Coachella ;:: S:; 13.' • 850 4 :MO.. e:54 'I C4Iechetla k > . :6> ;8. 625 5 Avebtile 5 RryetsideCaunty l 5.: 9. 550 5 AiiporE Road :; Rideiside County RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget & Implementation Committee Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: 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. BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission: 1) Recommend the approval of 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; 2) Authorize the Chairman to execute the amendment on behalf of the Commission, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, using the standard amendment format; and 3) Authorize the increase in the budget for the Route 91, Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street Auxiliary Lane and Phase II Sound Walls from the currently authorized $6,000,000 to $6,300,000. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On June 10, 1998, the Commission awarded Contract No. RO-9861 to URS Corporation for design of the Route 91, Mary Street to Magnolia Avenue Auxiliary Lane Project and Phase II Sound Walls and Landscaping. The Design Contract was for a Base amount of $1,029,436, with a contingency of up to $150, 000, for a total contract amount of $1,179,436. At that time, the estimated constructed cost for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project was $1 2.5 million and the estimated cost for the Phase II Sound Walls and Landscaping was $3.5 million, for a total estimated construction cost of approximately $16.0 million. The project scope and construction costs were developed and based upon the original Project Report, approved in 1994. From June of 1998 to April of 2000, URS produced three Final PS&E Packages for all the Route 91 Phase II Sound Walls and two Final PS&E Packages for Landscaping of those sound walls. Also, during that time period, URS updated the Project Report and Environmental Document for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project. That update highlighted the need for additional improvements to Route 91 to assure that it conformed to the future cross section requirements with a minimum of throw away construction. These new requirements increased the scope of the design and construction from what was originally proposed. During this period URS requested and was authorized to proceed with extra work that totaled $150,000. On May 10, 2000, the Commission authorized Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. RO- 9861 for the additional engineering services required by and as stipulated in the updated Project Report for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project. Amendment No. 1 increased the Base Work by $329,168, and increased the Extra Work by $30,832, for a total contract amount of $1,539,436. The estimated construction cost for the Route 91 Auxiliary Project had increased from $12.5 million to $17.5 million. The Phase II Sound Walls and Landscaping estimated construction cost remained at $3.5 million. During the past 6 months, URS has completed the Final PS&E Design for the Route 91, Magnolia to Mary Auxiliary Lane Project. This project was expedited to meet the proposed State Transportation Operation Strategy (TOPS) funding deadline, to deliver the PS&E to Caltrans Headquarters by August 31, 2000. During that time period the funding for the project switched from Measure "A" to "TOPS", then back to Measure "A," after the TOPS funding was missed, and finally to State Highway Operations and Projection Program ("SHOPP.") Caltrans required major revisions to the Project PS&E to finalize the package to submit to Sacramento for final preparation to advertise the project for construction. To meet the funding deadline RCTC agreed to comply with Caltrans request to revise the PS&E and per a Single Signature authority, increased URS's contract by $21,662, to allow URS to proceed with the revisions. URS's total contract value is currently $1,561 ,098. The project is currently on schedule to be advertised for construction bids, by Caltrans, at the first of the new year. During the course of final design for the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project, even more environmental and design revisions were required by Caltrans. These additional requirements increased the estimated cost for the Route 91 Auxiliary Larne Project from $17.5 million to the current estimated value of $21.5 million. These additional requirements also increased URS's design effort to deliver the project. It is also anticipated that a greater than currently budgeted effort will be required by URS for support of construction of the Route 91 Auxiliary Lane Project. In addition to the above, in May of 2000, the Commission allocated $800,000 of Measure "A" funds for the design and construction of Sound Wall #36, from Myers Street to Harrison Street, in the City of Riverside. This new wall is required as mitigation for the impacts resulting from the construction of the auxiliary lane project. URS has developed all the final design PS&E packages for every Route 91 Sound Wall included in Phase I and Phase II. Because of the knowledge URS has developed working on the Route 91 sound walls, their ability to start immediately, and the cost effectiveness of using the same consultant to do similar work in the same general area, staff is recommending that the Commission award the final PS&E design for Sound Wall #36 to URS. Staff has recently concluded negotiations with URS for the 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 design of the new Phase II Sound Wall #36. Staff is recommending that the Commission approve Amendment No. 2 to Contract No. RO-9861 for an additional Base Work of $383,728 and additional Extra Work of $ 41,272 for a total Amendment value of $425,000. This action will increase the budget for the Route 91, Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street Auxiliary Lane and Phase II Sound Walls from the currently authorized $6,000,000 to $6,300,000. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Y& N Year: FY 2000-01 Source of Funds: Measure "A" Fiscal Procedures Approved: Amount: $6,000,000 Budgeted Budget Adjustment: Y for $300,000 Date: 11-20-00 AMENDMENT NO.2 SCOPE OF SERVICES TASK 1-PROJECT CONTROL 1.1 PROJECT CONTROL (AUXILIARY LANES PROJECT) 1.1.1 GEOMETRIC APPROVAL DRAWINGS Geometric Approval Drawings (GAD) were not included in the original scope of work for the project and was added as part of the Extra Wort; Request No. 2 (EWR No. 2). Draft GAD and final GAD submittals were provided for Caimans review and approval process since November 1999. In EWR No. 2, we anticipated that the GAD approval would be obtained by the end of April 2000. Caltrans required that the roadway geometries be changed several times after the final ?S&P.. submittal. The original geometry reflected a mainline widening for the auxiliary lane additions and was revised to include ramp widenings. Multiple discussions, coordination and meetings, beyond what were anticipated in The amended scope of work, were held to obtain the approval of the GAD. The final GAD was signed by Caltrans in August 2000. The additional effort was expended to maintain the project delivery schedule_ 1.2 PROJECT CONTROL (SOUND WALL NO, 36) 1.2.1 PRIMAVERA TARGET SCHEDULE A detailed schedule (critical path method network) will be developed for the URS Team's efforts on Sound Wall No. 36. The schedule will detail the specific products and deliverables in *his scope of services and indicate preparation periods, submittal dates and review periods for those products. Products: Primavera Target Schedule 12.2 MILESTONE MANAGEMENT Milestone management efforts will be required. Efforts include PDT meetings, coordination meetings; preparation of progress schedules, and monthly progress reports and invoices; maintaining the project files; agency liaison and coordination with ROTC and the contractor. 5101 Phase II Noise Walls, Auxiliary Lames and Structures Modifications I TASK 2 — DATA COLLECTION/ASSEMBLY (SOUND WALL NO.36) 2.1 AS -BUILT PLANS As -built plans of the existing hoof: ramp from eastbound State Route 91 onto Indiana Avenue near Van Buren Boulevard will be retrieved and reviewed. Other as -built plans have been previously retrieved during design work along State Route 91 in this area Products: As -Built Plans 2.; UTILITY INFORMATION Based upon Underground Service Alert data, research of existing as -guilts, field investigations and coordination with Caltrans right-of-way staff, Utility Conflict May will be developed for the Lanny agencies showing their facilities within the construction limits. Additional utility facilities provided by the utility agencies will be digitized into the base maps. Potential utility relocations will be coordinated with the appropriate utility agencies. Products: Utility Conflict Man with Existing/Proposed Utilities 2.3 DESIGN SURVEYS URS will perform design surveys necessary to complete the design. This includes topographic surveys of the existing concrete drainage channel and the existing hook ramp from State Route 91 to Indiana Avenue in the area of the project, and required documentation. Field survey data will be translated into electronic data files for design. Surveys will be performed in accordance with the Caltrans "Survey Manual" and any revisions. Work not covered by the Survey Manual will be performed in accordance with accepted professional surveying standards. The minimum standard of survey quality shall be that of similar surveys performed by Caltrans. Caltrans approved horizontal and vertical controls will be used. Products: Design Surveys .SR91 Phase II Noise Walls, Auxiliary Lanes and Structures Medications' 7 2.4 FIELD RECONNAfSANCE A field investigation will be performed at the project site to document the conditions of the existing features. 2.5 GEOTECHNICAL SITE INVESTIGATION Two borings will be drilled along the right-of-way line, near the ends of the proposed Sound Wall No. 36. The drilling will be planned and coordinated with Caltrans to minimize any impact on the flow of traffic and to maintain proper safety precautions. 2.5.1 Field Exploration Two Hollow Stem Auger Borings will be drilled to a depth of approximately 30 feet below the ground surface with sampling every five feet. 2.5.w Lab Testing Soil samples taken during the Field Exploration stage will be tested to determine the index and the engineering properties of the soil. 3.5.3 Engineering Analysis and Report Subsurface conditions will be characterized in a Materials/Foundation Memorardum. Geotechnical parameters will be developed for use in the design of Sound Wall No. 36, in accordance with current Caltrans standards. A recommendation will be provided for the foundation type and a Log of Test Borings Sheet will be developed to be included in the plan set. SR91 Phase 11 Noise Walls, Auxiliary Lanes and Strucrures Modifications 3 TASK 3 -- PRELIMINARY DESIGN (15% PS&E) (SOUND WALL NO.36) 3.1 PRELIMINARY DESIGN Turing the coordination of the supplemental noise study by Caltrans, the City of Riverside performed a Feld investigation at the locations where a sound wall was not identified for design and construction. The City determined at one location that a sound wall is required. The sound wall will be designed along the eastbound right-of-way between Harrison Street and Myer Street. The plan sheets will include- a Title Sheet, Typical Cross Sections, Layouts (2), Construction Details (2), Utility, Construction Area Signs, Sound Wall Details (7), Sound Wall Quantity, Log of Test Borings, Highway Planting, and irrigation (5) plans. Products: Preliminary Plan Sheets — (22 estimated) 3.2 RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERINGI`vIAPPING 3.:.1 Research Records and Catalog Documents Asse.ssors maps and rolls and other references data will be obtained. They will be stamped, cataloged and filed. The obtained information will be used to determine the houndarysof the private property and the right-of-way limits for Sound Wall No. 36_ Products: Research Material 312 Easement Plat Plats will be prepared to define the required temporary construction easement (TCE) for the 21 properties adjacent to the Sound Wall No. 36. SR91 Phase II Noise Walls, Auxiliary lames and Structures Modifications 4 3.23 Cakraus Right -of -Way Map Supplemental Attachments A supplemental attachment will be prepared for Caltrans use in combination with the State's existing right -of --way maps. A right-of-way exhibit will be prepared showing the lateral parcel lines graphically delineated from, Assessor Parcel Maps and annotated with the Assessor Parcel number, Caltrans parcel number, owner's name and the easement width and area Distances and bearings will not be shown. Products: Right -of Way Map Supplemental Attachments TASK a — DRAFT DESIGN (90% PS&]E)(SOUND WALL NO.36) 5.1 DRAFT PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES -rho. following subtasks are coordination efforts to produce and asseanble the PS& E package. 5.1.1 Draft Plan sheets U RS will provide ongoing efforts to the plans to reach a 90% design completion. Products: Draft PS&E 5.1.3 Draft Edited Standard Special Provisions Draft edited Standard Special Provisions (SSPs) will be prepared in accordance to Caltrans standards for the bid package. Microsoft Word., Version 6.0, will be used for modifications to the SSPs. Products: Draft Engineer's Cast Estimate 5.1.3 Draft Cost Estimate A detailed construction cost estimate will be prepared for the construction components. The cost estimate will be prepared similar to Caltrans' BEES system_ Products: Primavera Target Schedule SR91 Phase II Noise Walls, Auxiliary Lanes and Siruciures Modificarions 5 5.2 LEAD TESTING PROGRAM Based on the location of Sound Wall No. 36, a lead testing program is not anticipated. The proposed sound wall is located along the right of way, which is furthest from the vehicles that emitted aerial lead, and at the top of the cut slope. The highest concentration of aerial lead is generally found near the edge of pavement and at the toe of cut slopes. Lead concentration, if any, at the sound wall location is anticipated to be low_ TASK S —FINAL DESIGN (100% PS&.E) $.I FINAL DESIGN (AUXILIARY LANES PROSECT) 8.1.1 ROADWAY PLANS REVISIONS FOR GAD Additional effort was expended on the roadway design plans, quantity takeoffs and cost estimate to continually match the latest GAD. Caltrans required that the roadway geometries be changed several times after the final PS&E submittal. The original geometry reflected a mainline widening for the auxiliary lane additions, and was revised to include extension of the auxiliary lanes through ramp gores and ramp widenings. Multiple revisions to the GAD resulted in multiple revisions to the roadway geometries and related components, including design of extended retaining walls, landscaping, p ading, utility impacts, drainage, electrical reconstruction, stage construction, pavement delineation and signing, and typical cross - sections. Quantity takeoffs for each of the additional design were completed in this task. These design additions were accelerated so that the project delivery date can be maintained. The; combination of the accelerated schedule and added designs also required mobilization of additional staff from other URS offices and overtime compensation to our CADD technicians. Cost associated with lodging, per diem and travel were expended to obtain the additional staff Products: Additional Final Plans -- (G sheets) Revised Final Plans (54 sheets) Revised Quantity Takeoff Calculations Revised Cost Estimate SR91 Phase II Noise Walls, _9uxilicny Lanett and Structures Modifications 6 8.1.2 STAGE CONSTRUCTION DESIGN COORDINATION After completion of the final PS , Caltrans Construction branch required several revisions to the stage construction design. These revisions were requested by Cakrans to minimized the closure of the HO'V' lanes and expedite the constructions period. The revisions included segmenting the stage construction for eastbound and westbound direction, and providing specifications for incentive/disincentive programs, fast track concrete, maintaining traffic and lane closures coordination. Products: Revised Final Plants — (2I sheets) Revised Special Provisions Revised Quantity Takeoff Calculations Revised Cost Estimate 3.1.3 ADDMONAL DETOUR DESIGN AND LANE CLOSURE CHART COORDMATION During preparation of the final PS&E, Caltrans requested that the design include specific detour plans for freeway closures, retrofit approach slab lane reductions at Brockton Avenue and local street closures to facilitate undercrossing widenings. The detour plan for the Brockton Avenue approach slab was intended to alleviate congestion on SR91 when the freeway traveled way is reduced to one lane. Coordination with Caitrans lane Closure Committee was required to ensure proper lane closure for the additional detour design. Coordination with Caltrans regarding the final plans was held and modifications to the plans were made in association with, the District Office Engineer's plan review. Products: Additional Final Plans — (2 sheets) Revised Quantity Takeoff Calculations Revised Cost Estimate SR91 Phase II Noise Walls, Auxiliary Lanes and Strudures Modifications T 8.1.4 DETATLED CONSTRUCTION DURATION ANALYSIS Several constructability meetings were held with Cabrans Construction branch during the final design. Concerns were raised by Caltrans regarding the duration of lane closures to construct this project. An additional review of the calendar days necessary for construction was requested by Caltrans to precisely determine the duration of potentials lane closures. The evaluation was used in the special provisions to control the construction schedule. Product: Detailed Construction Duration Analysis Memo 8.1.5 LANDSCAPE ENHANCEMENT DESIGN COORDINATION Additional landscape entrancement design was required by Caltrans to meet the City of Riverside's aesthetic mitigation requirements. The landscape enhancement design was not included in the original scope of work for the project and was added as part of the Amendment No. I. The final designs for landscape enhancements were provided for Caltrans review and approval as part of The final PS&E submittal. After the final PS&E submittal, multiple design revisions were made by Caltrans that required additional coordination, meetings and design revisions to obtain Caltrans approval of the enhanced landscape designs. Final landscape design approval was coordinated with Caltrans late September 2000. The additional effort was expended to maintain the project delivery schedule_ Products: Revised Final Plans Revised Special Provisions Revised Quantity Takeoff Calculations Revised Cost Estimate 8.1.6 COMMUNICATION SYSTEM DESIGN COORDINATION Throughout the preliminary design phases of the project, Caltrans added several components to the project that were designed by Caltrans, but bid and constructed with the auxiliary lane improvement project One of these projects is the freeway system improvements related to the existing fiber optic bacicbone system on SR91. Ater the final FS&E submittal, Caltrans staff made revisions to their corm uunication design that required additional coordination and review of Caltrans' design. to ensure that Caltrans' design were compatible with the roadway design elements. SR91 Phole iI Noise Walls, Auxiliary Lams and Structures Modifications 8 8.1.7 INCORPORATION OF CALTRANS OE COMMENTS Included in Amendment No. 1 is the coordination with the Cabrans Office Engineer (OE). URS anticipated coordinating and submitting various docuuments upon completion of the final PS&E. The documents included the PS&E Cover Memorandum, Attachment "A", project plans (CARD files), Special Provisions and Estimate. Upon completion of the final PS&E, Caltrans Office Engineer presented additional desiva comments that should have originated from the various Caltrans branches during the design stage_ The OE's comments required coordination with the City of Riverside and various Caltrans branches, including the riistrict and DOS, to obtain resolution and their approval, Additional coordination and effort to revise die final PS&E were not included in our original scope of work or level of effort estimate and the additional effort was expended to maintain the project delivery schedule. 8.1.8 MILESTONE MANAGEMENT Additional milestone management efforts were required to complete the PS&E package and maintain the project delivery schedule. Efforts included coordination meetings, preparation of progress schedules, and monthly progress reports and invoices; maintaining the project files; agency liaison and RCTC coordination. 8.: FINAL PS&E (SOUND WALL NO.36) Comments and questions regarding the Sound 'Wall No. 36 draft submittals will be addressed and modifications to the plans, specifications and estimate will be made, as appropriate. A final PS&E package will be prepared. TASK 9 —BIDDING ASSISTANCE 9.1 RID ASSISTANCE (SOUND WALL NOS. 110,121 & 161) URS has provided bidding assistance for the bid package associated with Sound Wall Nos. 110, 121 and 161. Additional assistance will be provided for the separated landscape bid packages for a total of two additional bid packages. Only one bid package was estimated in the original scope of work and that effort will be expended on the Auxiliary Lanes project. SR91 Phase HNoiser Walls. Auxiliary Lanes and Structures Modifications 9 9.1.1 BID PACKAGE ASSEMBLY LIRS will provide assistance in the preparation of two additional bid packages. The approved construction drawings, technical specifications and bid form were delivered to RCTC for advertisement. Products: Half -Size Plans, Bluelines (23 Sets per Package) Technical Specifications (25 Sets per Package) Bid Form (One Spreadsheet File per Package) 9.1.2 MILESTONE MANAGEMENT An additional two months of milestone management efforts were required for the two additional bid packages. Coordination with ROTC. Cala= and the contractor were provided along with invoicing and other administrative activities. 9.2 BIDDING ASSISTANCE (SOUND WALL NO.36) 9.2.1 BID PACKAGE ASSEMBLY URS will provide assistance in the preparation of the bid packages associated with Sound Wall No. 36. The approved construction drawings, technical specifications and laid fonn will be delivered to RCTC for advertisement. Products: Half -Size Plaits, Bluclines (25 Sits) Technical Speeificatiorts (25 Sets) Bid Form (One Spreadsheet File) 9.2.2 PRE -AWARD BID QUESTIONS Consultation with ItCTC for interpretations of the design drawings and technical specifications will be provided. URS will review inquires submitted by RCTC/bidders, as needed_ Responses to inquiries will be returned to RCTC within twenty-four hours after receipt of the inquiry. SR91 Phase 11 Noise Wells, Auxiliary Lines and Structures Modifications 10 9.2.3 BID EVALUATION URS will review and analyze contractor bids received by RCTC. The bids will be reviewed for consistency with the Engineer's Estimate. Any irregularities will be identified and discussed with RCTC. 9.2.4 BIDDING ADDENDA URS will prepare wised plans, technical specifications and bid fortes; as directed by RCTC; for .rewired changes in the design during the bid period. The revisions will be incorporated into addenda for distribution by RC'fC to all bidders of record Products: One Addendum TASK 10 — CONSTRUCTION PRASE SERVICES 10.1 CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES (AUXILIARY LANES PROJECT) L'RS originally proposed a scope of work with the understanding that RCTC will advertise, award and administer (AAA) the construction of the project_ Ongoing Caltrans and RCTC funding coordination resulted in a bid package (auxiliary lanes project) that will be AAA by Caltrans. It is anticipated that the construction phase services required with Caltrans Resident Engineer will be greater than typically expected if the project was coordinated with RCTC Resident Engineer: URS will provide engineering support during the construction phases of the auxiliary lanes project. The construction phases are assumed to commence with the award of each construction contract and end with each contractor's notice of completion. It has been assumed that construction services will not be necessary during the plant establishment period. 10.1.1 PRE -CONSTRUCTION MEETING URS will attend a pre -construction meeting held at Caltrans District office. Issues that may arise during construction will be discussed_ URS will answer questions with respect to the plans, specifications and other technical aspects of the project. SR91 Phase 11 Noisy Walls, Auxiliary Lanes and Structures Modifications 11 10.1.2 SITE REVIEW URS will perform six additional site reviews at the project. Site reviews are intended to observe die general progress of construction and do not include detailed review of the contactors' construction procedures or inspection of the contractor's work. Any issues noted in the field will be brought to the attention of RCTC and Calm= for resolution. 10.1.3 SHOP DRAWINGS/PRODUCT SUBMITTALS Shop drawings/product submittals will be reviewed and comments provided to Caltrans. Shop drawings and product submittals are assumed to be provided by the contractor in complete, packaged submittals. The review, with any comments, will be resumed to Caltrans within ten working days of receipt. This task includes in-house review/comment efforts, field review time as necessary and review of nonstandard materials or materials not specified. Four additional shop drawing/product submittal reviews are assumed. 10.1.4 REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION Consultation with Caltrans for interpretation of the design drawings and technical specifications will be provided. 'URS will review Requests for Information (RHO submitted by Cattails and the contractor, as needed. Responses to the RF"is will be returned to Caltrans within five working days after receipt of the Rl; Ts. Thirty additional RFIs have been estimated. 10,1.5 AS -BUILT PREPARATION In accordance to the Caltrans Drifting and Flans Manual of Instructions, March 1999, Caltrans is responsible for the preparation of all As-Builts. 103.6 MILESTONE MANAGEMENT An additional twelve months of milestone management efforts will be required for the extended construction schedule. Coordination with RCTC, Caltrans and the contractor will continue along with invoicing and other administrative activities SR91 Prase 11 Noise Walls, Auxiliary Lanes cmd tSrrucrures Mvdifiratiora 1? 10.: CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES (SOUND WALL NO.36) URS will provide engineering support during the construction phrase of the Sound mall No. 36 project The construction phases are assumed to commence with the award of each construction contract and end with each contractor's notice of completion. It has been assumed that construction services will not be necessary during the plant establishment period. 10.2.1 PRE -CONSTRUCTION MEETING URS will attend the pre -construction meeting at RCTL. issues that may arise during construction will be discussed. URS will answer questions with respect to the plans, specifications and other technical aspects of the project. Sets of construction drawings and specifications will be delivered to the RCTL and the contractor at the meeting. Products: Full -Size Plans, Vellums - Contractor Half -Size Plans, Vellums - Contractor 10.2.2 SITE REVIEW URS will perform one site review at the projects Site review is intended to observe the general progress of construction and do not include detailed review of the contractors' construction procedures or inspection of the contractors' work_ Arty issues noted in the field will be brought to the attention of ROTC for resolution. 10.2.3 SHOP DRAWINGS/PRODUCT SUBMITTALS Slop drawings/product submittals will be reviewed and comments provided to RCTL. Shop drawings and product submittaLS are assumed to be provided by the contractor in complete, packaged submittals. The review, with any comments, will be returned to ROTC within ten working days of receipt. This task includes in-house review/comment efforts, field review time as necessary and review of nonstandard materials or materials not specified. Two shop thawing/product submittal reviews are assumed. SR91 Phase II Noise Walls. Auxiliary Lanes and Structures Modifications 13 10.2.4 REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION Consultation with RCTC for interpretation of the design drawings and technical specifications will be provided. URS will review Rcxiuests for Information (R.F1s) submitted by RCTC and the contractor, as needed. Responses to the R.FTs will be rentrned to RCTC within five working days after receipt of the RFTs. Four RFIs have been estimated. 10.2.5 AS -BUILT PLANS URS will prepare one set of reproducible as -built plans from the design drawings based upon a legible, rod -lined set of design drawings provided by RCTC/contractor, This task is limited to transferring The as -built information provided by RCTC/contractor to the design drawing originals. The accuracy of the as -built information provided by RCTClcontractor shall be certified by the contractor's licensed land surveyor or professional engineer providing the information. This excludes providing any review or field survey of the as -built conditions_ Products; As -Built Drawings -- (Full Size Vellums) As -Built Drawings w (Half Size Vellums) As -Built Drawings (Microfilm) 10.2.6 MILESTONE :ViANAGEMENT Five months of milestone management efforts will be required for the construction duration. Coordination with RCTC, C:altrans and the contractor will be provided along; with invoicing and other administrative activities. SR91 Phase HNoise Walls, Auxiliary Lanes and Siruawes Modifications 14 AMENDMENT NO.2 - FEE SUMMARY 20-Nov-0d Continued Revisions to the GAD after Final PS&E submittal an4 Amendment No.1 including: • Extandod Auxiliary Lanes through Ramp Gores ' Wldaned Entrant° and Exit Ramps beyond Auxiliary Lanes • Revision to the Auxiliary Lands pavement widening rapers • Cost Analysis for each GAG revisions Additional Design to accommodate extension of Project along interchange ramps including: • Extended Retaining Walls • Extended Landscaping • Extended Grading ' Extended Utility Impacts • Extended Drainage Impacts " Extended Eiactrlcal Reconstruction • Extended Stage Construction Extendsd Signing and Striping • Additional Quantity Takeoff ' Revision to the Cost Estimate Multiple Revisions to Construction Staging Concept and Final Design including: • Segmented ConstruWon for Eastbound and Westbound directions " Specification additions for lncentivelDisincentive programs ' Specification additions far Fast Track concrete pavemont • Specification additions for maintaining traffic anti coordinating lane ciosures • Additional Detours • Additionai Quantity Takeoffs • Rovisions to Ma Cost Estimate $21.226 595,472 S32,as8 Detailed Construction Duration Anaiysis $3,900 Modifications to the Landscape, Design after the Final PS&E Submittal including: 59,689 ' Multiple mootings with Caftans Landscape branch ' Revisions to the Landscape PULE Continued coordination of Cantons Communication System project aftor the Final PS&E Submittal Coordination of Caitrans OE Commons after the Final PSBE Submittal including: • Coordination of OE's comments with Caftans' various District branches to obtain resolution • Coordination of OE's comments with Coltrane DOS to obtain resolution • Coordination of OE's comments with City of Riveraide to obtain resolution " Coordination of OE's comments regarding constructability vs. presentation 59,262 Z,as,a2s Bidding Assistance for Sound Wall Nos. 110, 121 & 161 $4,792 Estimated Construction Support with Caftans Resident Engineer 565,0114 Sound Wall No. 36 including: $106,163 • Design Services • Preparation of Plans, Specifications and Estimate Bidding Assistance • Construction Support &Winces amentiZjec.ns AMENDMENT NO.2 TOTAL a 5363,726 AMENDMENT NO.2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE II NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR HOURLY NAME FUNCTION HOURS RATE TOTAL J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 139 560.00 $8,340,00 PROJECT MANAGER 271 555.00 514.905.00 R. LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 217 $42.00 59,114.00 SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 682 539.00 526.59E1.00 PROJECT ENGINEER 490 530.00 514,700.00 ENGINEER 214 S26.00 55.56403 ENGINEER 404 525.00 510,100.00 TECHNICIAN/CARD 186 $26.00 54.836.00 TECHNICIAN/CADD 416 525.00 510,400.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 110 524.00 52,640.00 CLERICAL .2 520.00 51,640.00 TOTAL HOURS 3211 SUBTOTAL 5109,518 COW g 5% $511 TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS 5110.029 FRINGE BENEFITS RATE TOTAL 48,12% $52,945.95 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 552,346 OTHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY 54,000 RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERING (TC2S) 58,000 STRUCTURES 50 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION $a_900 SUBTOTAL $15,900 OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS $733 REPRODUCTION 56,698 M15C COSTS 522,576 SUI3CONSULTANTS LCIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSUMIAND PARTNERS SUBTOTAL 530,107 56.990.00 S10.553.00 SUBTOTAL $17,533.00 SUBCONSULTANT FEE FAZE TOTAL S.00% 5876,65 INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD 8 GENERAL TOTAL DtRECT COSTS $ 48,517 ELL%Z TOTAL 114.51% $125,994.21 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS $125,994 FEE RAT 10.50% TOTAL COST $30,342 $383.727 11100379LADMN1EWR►amend2_fee.xls 11/20/00 AMENDMENT NO.2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE 11 NOISE WALLS, .AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FUNCTION HOURS 13.8 HOURLY TOTAL J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 24 $65.00 51,320.00 R, LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 80 539,00 $3,120,00 PROJECT ENGINEER 40 $30.00 $1,200.00 ENGINEER 0 $26.00 $0.00 TECHNICIAN/CAD❑ 50 $25.00 $1,250.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 0 524.00 $0,00 CLERICAL 'S0 $20.00 $200.S0 TOTAL HOURS 204 SUBTOTAL $7,090 COLA ® 0% MO TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS $7,090 FRINGE BENEFITS RATE TOTAL 48.12% S3,411.71 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS $3,412 OCHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY SO RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERING (ICE'S) $0 STRUCTURES $0 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION $.4 SUBTOTAL S0 OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS $100 REPRODUCTION $50 MISC COSTS 5500 SUBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSUMI AND PARTNERS SUBCONSULTANT FEE INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD & GENERAL FEE TOTAL COST SUBTOTAL $650 $0.00 $0.00 SUBTOTAL $0,00 RATE TOTAL 5.00% $0.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $650 RATE Lcaqs, 114.51% $8,116,76 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS $8,119 RATE 10.50% 51,955 $21,226 H1003791ADMMEWRlamend2 iee.xls 11/20/00 AMENDMENT NO.2 STATE ROUTE Si PHASE II NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FUNCTION J. CHAPMAN R. LEW PROJECT MANAGER SR. PROJECT ENGINEER PROJECT ENGINEER ENGINEER TECHNiCLAN/CARD PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR CLERICAL TOTAL HOURS FRINGE BENEFITS OTHER WORK HOURS HOURLY RATE TOTAL 50 $55.00 $2,750.00 122 1s,39.00 $4,758.00 160 $30.00 54,800.00 240 $25.00 $6,000.00 240 $25.00 $6,000.00 0 $24.00 $0.00 a8 $20.00 $960.00 860 SUBTOTAL COLA 0% TOTAL DIRECT LABOR CosTs RATE 2QTAL 48.12% S12.158.96 $25,268 525,266 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS $12,159 DESIGN SURVEY $0 RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERING (TCE'S) S0 STRUCTURES 50 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION SUBTOTAL $0 OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS s186 REPRODUCTION $2,000 MISC COSTS $19.977 SUBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSUMI AND PARTNERS SUBCONSULTANTFEE SUBTOTAL $22,143 $0.00 50.00 SUBTOTAL $0.00 RATE TOTAL 5.00% $0.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $22,143 INDIRECT COSTS RAM TOTAi_ OVERHEAD & GENERAL 114.51% $28.934.39 FEE TOTAL. CosT TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS $28.934 SITE 10.50% $6,968 $95,472 H1003791ADFANEWRlamend2 fee.xls 11/20/00 AMENDMENT NO, 2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE II NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FUNCTION HOURS HOURLY $(A�F TOTAL J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 40 $55.00 $2.200.D0 R. LEW SR_ PROJECT ENGINEER 120 $39.00 54,680,00 PROJECT ENGINEER 24 $30.00 $720,00 ENGINEER 64 525.00 $1,600,00 TEcHNICIAN/CADO 74 $25.00 51.850.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 4 $24.00 596,00 CLERICAL 0 $20.00 S0.00 TOTAL HOURS 326 FRINGE BENEFITS SUBTOTAL 511,146 COLA 0 0% �0 TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS S11,140 sag TOTAL 48.12% $5,383.46 TOTAL FRINGE SENEFITS $5,363 OTHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY SO RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERING (ICE'S) $0 STRUCTURES $0 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION ;Q SUBTOTAL SO OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS SO REPRODUCTION $100 MISC COSTS ,�0 SUBTOTAL $100 SUBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES $0.00 TATSUMI AND PARTNERS SO.QO SUBCONSULTANT FEE INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD & GENERAL FEE TOTAL COST SUBTOTAL $0.00 RP7g TOTAL, 5.00% $0.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $100 RATq TOTAL 114,51% 612,763.28 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS S12.763 RATE 10.50% $3,074 $32.446 1-11003791HDMNIEWRIamend2_fee.xls 11'20/00 COORDINATION AND MEETING AMENDMENT N0.2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE II NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FUNCTION HOURS HOURLY RATE TOTAL J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER B $55.00 $440.OD R. LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 60 $39.D0 52440.00 PROJECT ENGINEER 0 $30.00 $0.00 ENGINEER $ $30.00 5,200.00 TECKNIGiAN1CADD 0 525.DD $0.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 12 $24.00 $288.00 CLERICAL 0 $20.00 SOA0 TOTAL HOURS 8$ SUBTOTAL COLA 0% TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS FRINGE BENEFITS FiAig TOTAL 48.12% $1,572.56 $3.268 S3,268 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS $1.573 OTHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY $0 RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERING (ICE'S) $0 STRUCTURES $0 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION 5.0 SUBTOTAL $0 OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS S55 REPRODUCTION S0 MiSC COSTS 10. SUBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSLINII AND PARTNERS SUBCONSULTANT FEE INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD 8 GENERAL SUBTOTAL $105 $0.00 SUBTOTAL $0.00 ELATE TOTAL 5.00% $0.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $105 RATE T TAL 114.51 % $3,742,19 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS $3,742 FEE MATE 10.50% $901 TOTAL COST $6,589 H100379kADMMEWRIamdr►d2'1ee,xis 1120/00 Ftt t5 I IMATE - COORD. OF FIBER OPTIC PROJECT AMENDMENT NO. 2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE II NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FUNCTION NOuRS HOURLY RATE TOTAL J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 8 $55.00 $440.00 R. LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 40 539.00 $1,560.00 PROJECT ENGINEER 24 S30.00 $720.00 ENGINEER 0 $25.00 $0.00 TECHNICIAWCADD 12 $25.00 $300.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 6 $24.00 $144.00 CLERICAL 0 520.00 50.00 TOTAL HOURS 90 FRINGE BENEFITS OTHER WORK SUBTOTAL S3,164 COLA 0% TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS $3.164 RATE TOTAL 48.12% 51,522.52 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS $1,523 DESIGN SURVEY $0 RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERING (ICE'S) SO STRUCTURES 50 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION SUBTOTAL 50 OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS 530 REPRODUCTION $0 MISC COSTS �5Q SuBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSUMI AND PARTNERS SuBCONSULTANT FEE INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD & GENERAL FEE TOTAL COST SUBTOTAL $80 50.00 p.00 SUBTOTAL 50.00 RATE TOTAL 5.00% 50.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS 580 RATE TOTAL 114.51% $3.623.10 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS S3.623 RATE 10.50% $873 $9.282 H1003791ADMN1EWRlamenc12 jee.xls 11/20/00 FEE ESTIMATE - COORDINATION OF CALTRANS OFFICE ENGINEER COMMENTS AMENDMENT NO. 2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE II NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FuNCTION HOURS HOURLY RATE TOTAL J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 56 $55.00 $3,080.00 R. LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 140 339.00 55,460.00 PROJECT ENGINEER 0 $30.00 $0.00 ENGINEER 80 S25.00 $2,000.00 TECHNICIAN/CADD 40 $25.00 $1,000.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 32 $24,00 5766.00 CLERICAL 0 $20.00 s0.00 TOTAL HOURS 348 FRINGE BENEFITS SUBTOTAL COLA 0% TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS RATE TOTAL 46.12% $5,922.61 512,303 $12,303 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS S5,923 OTHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY SO RIGHT -OF -,MAY ENGINEERING (ICE'S) $0 STRUCTURES $0 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION E0 SUBTOTAL SO OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS $55 REPRODUCTION $0 MISC COSTS SUBTOTAL $105 SUBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES $0.00 TATSUMI AND PARTNERS $0.00 SUESCONSULTANT FEE INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD 8 GENERAL SUBTOTAL S0.00 RATE ZGTN. 5.00% 50.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $105 RATE TOTAL 114.519E $14,003.69 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS $14.094 FEE RATE 10.50% 53,394 TOTAL COST S35.824 H100379►HDMNIEWRIamene2 jee.xls 11/20/00 (SOUND WALL NOS.110, 121 & 1 fit ) AMENDMENT NO.2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE I1 NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FUNCTION HOURS HOURLY RATE TO_Ta J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 4 S55.00 S220.00 R. LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 32 $39.00 $1.248.00 PROJECT ENGINEER 0 $30.00 $0.00 ENGINEER 0 $25.00 moo TECHNICIANICADD 0 $25.00 $0.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 0 $24.00 $0.00 CLERICAL 4 $20.00 $80.00 TOTAL HOURS 40 FRINGE BENEFITS SUBTOTAL $1.548 COLA 0% 50 TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS S1,548 RAT TOTAL 48,12% $744.80 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS $745 OTHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY $0 RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERING (TCE'S) SO STRUCTURES $0 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION $0 SUBTOTAL $0 OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS SO REPRODUCTION SO MISC COSTS S300 SUBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSUMiAND PARTNERS SUBCONSULTANT FEE INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD & GENERAL FEE TOTAL C05T H1003791ADMN1EWR1amend2 fee.xls SUBTOTAL S300 S0.00 $0.00 SUBTOTAL $0.00 RATE TOTAL, 5.00% $0.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $300 RATE 19.1%I 114.51 % S 1.772.01 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS $1,773 RAT 10.50% $427 54,792 11120100 SUPPORT SERVICES (MAY 2001 - OCTOBER 2001) AMENDMENT NO. 2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE II NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FUNCTION ��IRS HOURLY RATE TOTAL J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 81 S60.00 $4,860.00 R. LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 89 $42.00 $3,717.00 PROJECT ENGINEER 27 $30.00 $810.00 ENGINEER 12 $28,00 $312.00 TECHNICIAN/CARD 0 S26.00 $0.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 22 S24.00 S628.00 CLERICAL 0 $20.00 5Q04 TOTAL HOURS 231 =RINGS BENEFITS SUBTOTAL 510,227 COLA a 0% TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS S10,227 ATM TOTAL 48.12°% $4,921.23 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS $4,921 OTHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY SO RIGHT -OF-WAY ENGINEERING JOE'S} 30 STRUCTURES SO CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION SUBTOTAL SO OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS $111 REPRODUCTION $1,250 mISC COSTS �750 SUBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSUMI AND PARTNERS SUSCONSULTANT FEE INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD 8 GENERAL FEE TOTAL COST H 1003791AOMMEWRlamenclUee.xts SUBTOTAL S2,1 ;1 S0.00 SO.00 SUBTOTAL S0.00 RATE TOTAL 5.00% S0.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $2,111 RATE TOTAL 114.51°% S11,710.94 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS $11,711 RATe 10.50% S2.820 S31,790 11/20/00 SUPPORT SERVICES (NOV 2001 - OCTOBER 2002) AMENDMENT NO.2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE !l NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR Nei Ita FUNCTION HOuRS HOURLY RATE TOTAL, J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 81 $50.00 $4,860.00 R. LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 89 $42.00 $3,717.00 PROJECT ENGINEER 27 $30.00 $810.00 ENGINEER 12 $26,00 $312,00 TEC1iNVClAN/CADD 0 $26.00 $0,00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 22 524.00 $528.00 CLERICAL $20.00 $0,00 TOTAL HOURS 231 SUBTOTAL 510.227 COLA � 5% 5511 TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS $10,738 FRINGE BENEFITS RATE TOTg. 48.12% $5,167,29 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS SS,167 OTHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY SO RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEERING (ICE'S) SO STRUCTURES $0 CALENDAR DAY EVALUATION SUBTOTAL $0 OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS $111 REPRODUCTION $1,250 MISC COSTS ESS SUBCONSULTANTS LEiGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSUMI AND PARTNERS SUBCONSULTANT FEE INDIRECT COSTS OVERHEAD & GENERAL FEE TOTAL COST H1003791ADMMEWR1imentl2 Fee.xls SUBTOTAL $2,111 $0.00 $0.00 SUBTOTAL MOO RATE TOTAL 5.00°% $0.00 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $2,111 RAM TOTAL 114.51 % 512,298.48 TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS $12,296 RATE 10.50% $2,961 533,274 11/20/00 AMENDMENT NO.2 STATE ROUTE 91 PHASE II NOISE WALLS, AUXILIARY LANES AND STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS DIRECT LABOR NAME FUNCTION HOURS HOURLY RATE TOTAL J. CHAPMAN PROJECT MANAGER 58 $80,00 $3,480.00 R. LEW SR. PROJECT ENGINEER 128 $42,00 $5,376.00 PROJECT ENGINEER 188 $30.00 $5,640.00 ENGINEER 202 $26.00 $5,252.00 TECHNICIAN/CADD 186 $26.00 $4,836.00 PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 12 $24.00 $288.00 CLERICAL 20 $20.00 $400.00 TOTAL HOURS 794 SUBTOTAL $25,272 COLA a 0% $.2 TOTAL DIRECT LABOR COSTS $25,272 FRINGE BENEFITS RAT€ TOTAL 48.12% $12,160.89 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS S12,161 OTHER WORK DESIGN SURVEY $4,000 RIGHT -OF --WAY ENGINEERING (TCE'S) $8,000 SUBTOTAL $12,000 OTHER COSTS TRAVEL COSTS $105 REPRODUCTION $2,048 MISC COSTS $249 SUBCONSULTANTS LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES TATSUMI AND PARTNERS SUBCONSULTANT FEE SUBTOTAL $2,402 $6, 980.00 $10,553.00 SUBTOTAL $17,533.00 RATE TOTAL, 5.00% $876.65 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $20.812 INDIRECT COSTS RATE TOTAL OVERHEAD 8 GENERAL 114.51% $28,938,97 FEE TOTAL COST H 1003791ADM N1EWR1sw36fee.xls TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS S28,939 RATE 10.50% $8, 969 $106,153 11/20/00 0010Z111 o [a 0 a to la fa to 0 [o l0 to l0 10 o {o ro to 0 l0 is [a [a [0 i 0 10 0 0 [0 0 to a 10 [0 ]0 10 a 0 0 i 00Z 0l 0 OS 0 00 OR 0Z 0OZ a 09 09 PZ _.00 1V1O1 ens a310 NIWOV f02dd OQVa /1.1a31 tiONi 3d 3dS 1N3tN30VNVW TONdlAVh11-1004/ MO slx aaJJZpuawe sanoH ! 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TASK DESCRIPTION TASK NO.8 - FINAL DESIGN (iOD% PSSE I PRIME RESP 8.1 Additional Detour Design and Lana Closure Chart URS 8.3.1 Multiple Roadway Plan Revisions to Incorporate GAD URS 8.3.2 Stage Construction Coordination and Revisions URS 8.3.3 Enhanced Landscape Coordination and Meetings URS 8.3.6 Communication Sysiem Design Coordination URS 8.3.7 Coordination Ca'trans OE Comments URS 8.4 Milestone Management M URS !TOTAL TASK NO. 8 HOURS TASK NO.9 -BIDDING ASSISTANCE 9.1 9.2 Bid Package Assembty Milestone ldanagemenl URS URS !TOTAL TASK NO. 9 HOURS TASK NO. 10 • CONSTRUCTION PRASE SERVICES 10.1 Pre•Construclion Meeting 10.2 Responses to RFIs (30) 10.3 'Product Submittanhop Drawings Review (4) r 10.4 Site Reviews (6) 10,5 Milestone Management (12 months) !TOTAL TASK NO. 10 HOURS SUBTOTAL HOURS AUXILIARY LANES PROJECT amend2_fee_Kls URS - CIVIL/I-iiGHWAY/PROJ. 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TASK DESCRIPTION PRIME HESP TASK NO. 6 • DRAFT STRUCTURES PS&E TOTAL, TASK NO.6 HOURS TASK NO. 7 • FINAL STRUCTURES PS&E TOTAL TASK NO. 7 HOURS TASK NO.8 • FINAL DESIGN 1100% PS&E 8.1 Final Plans L1RS 6.2 Final Spacial Provisions URS 6.3 Final Cost Estimate URS TOTAL TASK NO.8 HOURS TASK NO.9 - BIDDING ASSISTANCE 9.1 Bid Package Assembly URS 9.2 Pre -Award Bid Questions URS 9.3 Bid Evaluation URS 9.4 Bidding Addenda URS TOTAL TASK NO. 9 HOURS TASK NO, 10 - CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES t0.1 Pre -Construction Meeting URS 10.2 Site Review URS 10.3 Shop Drawing/Product Submittals URS 10.4 Review RFIs URS 10.5 As -Built Plans URS Milestone Management URS TOTAL TASK NO. 10 HOURS TOTAL HOURS SOUND WALL NO. 36 sw36tee.xls URS-CIVIL/HIGHWAY/PROD. MANAGEMENT PM SPE TECHPROJ PE T- ENGR CADQ ADMIIJ CLER SUB TOTAL, of o[_ v� 0 01 0 0 5 15 27 30 0 0 76 N 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 7 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 6 19 301 30 f 0 i 2 67 0' 4 10 0 0 0 4 1B 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0~ 0^ 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 8 El 12 10 0 01_ 0 4 34 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 4 16 0 0 D 0 24 4 8 24 0 0 0 0 36 0 6 0 10 34 D 0 50 10 10 0 0 0 4 0 24 1 18 40 10 1 34 4 0 146 56 ] 128 1 188 202 i 186 i 12 20 794 11 /20/00 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Amendment #1 to Contract No. RO-2027 for the Proposed New Metrolink Commuter Rail Station in Downtown Corona near Main BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission: 1) 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) Recommend the approval of 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. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At the November 10, 1999 Commission meeting, the Commission awarded Contract No. RO-2027 to Daniel, Mann, Johnson, & Mendenhall (DMJM) for Phase l Conceptual Studies for the proposed new Metrolink Station to be located in Downtown Corona near Main Street and Route 91. The scope of the Phase I Studies was to encompass all the preliminary activities to develop a master plan for development of the station, including the resolution of the following project specific issues: 1. Rail Access 2. Vehicle Access 3. Pedestrian Access 4. Parking configuration 5. Right of Way Issues For the past year, DMJM has been working cooperatively with RCTC, Ca!trans, BN&SF, SCRRA, and the City of Corona, in the development of a master plan for the new station. The initial concept for the Corona Main Metrolink Station followed the recommendations given in the "Tier II Study" prepared for and approved by the Commission in April of 1999. That concept proposed to have the Station generally located between Main St. on the West, Joy St. on the East, Grand Ave. on the South, and Blain St. on the North. The proposed site was split into two segments by the existing BN&SF tracks, with the Southerly segment consisting of approximately 2 acres and the Northerly segment consisting of approximately 4.50 acres. It was assumed that the initial concept would accommodate approximately 425 cars on the north and approximately 175 cars on the south. The station would have a loading platform on each side and a pedestrian overcrossing for safe access to each side. At the time of the "Tier II Study" both parcels were privately owned but the City of Corona was actively pursuing acquisition of the property for redevelopment. Subsequent to the "Tier II Study," a "Phase I Commuter Rail Parking Study" was started and is currently in the process of development. Staff has reviewed a draft of that study. This new "Parking Study" has projected a need for approximately 550 parking spaces at the proposed new Corona Main Station at start-up. The study also projected that approximately 750 to 950 parking spaces will be required at the Corona Main Station by 2010. Most of this projected demand is attributed to riders preference in the use of the Corona Main Station in lieu of La Sierra or West Corona Station. Because of this projected need for additional parking and after early discussions with BN&SF, it became apparent that the initial station concept would have to be modified, for the following reasons: 1. The size and geometry of the South parcel limited the amount of useful parking that could be made available. 2. The potential for confusion associated with split parking areas, with the north parking area separated from the south parking area by the BN&SF tracks. Currently all existing stations have parking located on one side of the railroad tracks. 3. The overall cost for this initial concept plus the costs associated with providing access to two parking areas and the required BN&SF rework of track to accommodate the station turned out to be far in excess of what was originally budgeted for the project. 4. The City of Corona has purchased the northern segment at the proposed station site, which totals approximately 6.72 acres. The City has indicated that it will provide RCTC 5.22 acres of the 6.72 acres for the proposed Corona Main Station site, but the preliminary layout of the Corona Main Parking Lot, on the 5.22 acres provided by the City, can only accommodate approximately 500 cars. This is close to the 550 parking spaces projected at start-up, but would not be adequate to support future parking demand. As a note, the City is planning on developing the retained 1.5 acres, of the 6.72 acres purchased, as a site for a future restaurant. The current schedule to start operation of a new Metrolink service from Riverside through Fullerton to Los Angeles is set for February of 2002. The Corona Main Metrolink Station must be substantially completed by that date to accommodate the projected service start-up. To meet that schedule, RCTC staff is recommending that the Corona Main Station be constructed in two stages. Stage l would be built on the 5.22 acres North of the BN&SF tracks, provided by the City of Corona, constructing approximately 500 parking spaces, a loading platform on each side, a pedestrian overcrossing for safe access to each side. Attached as Exhibit A is a draft copy of the Stage I concept for the new Corona Main Metrolink Station. At the same time, staff will continue to work with the City of Corona in an effort to obtain additional right of way, adjacent to the proposed Corona Main Station Site, for additional parking. Staff is also looking into other methods or incentives that could reduce the movement of riders from La Sierra or West Corona to the Corona Main Station as a short range strategy. Staff has been working with DMJM and has come to an agreement with the attached scope of services and respective costs for the final PS&E Design and Environmental Clearance of Stage I of the proposed new Corona Main Metrolink Commuter Rail Station. The RCTC model consultant amendment agreement will be used. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget:JY Year: FY 2000-01 Source of Funds: Sec 5307 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Amount: $700,000 Budget Adjustment: N Date: 1 1-20-00 A>' • -1 Tr= V 1 1>H 1014114:r 111 J1.Nfp NY Id 1N3113A0Bd111 101 %DON 11011Mit 11Y1 Y311NIN0D 110E00 MEN. nil• Nilrr••• • SA MVO k ireprr o mailm'muse N 111/ 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 %WWI VI Ltd CtaliVil10i ..•..::•`,i. -.. c I n 1. . -.. 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Milestones Start Finish • Conceptual Design - Phase 1 Fri 2/11/00 Tue 112/01 • Initial Review ( 30%) Mon 12/18/00 Tue 112101 • Design Development - Phase 2 Mon 12/4100 Wed 317101 • Revise. 60D10 PS&I: Fri 319101 Wed 3/14/01 • FiNAL DESIGN (100%) Wed 317101 Tue 5115101 • AGENCY APPROVAL Tue 5/15/01 Wed 5/30101 • BID SERVICES Mon 5128/01 Thr 6114101 SCOPE OF SERVICES CORONA - MAIN STREET COMMUTER RAIL STATION PHASE 2 - FINAL DESIGN SERVICES TASK 1 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT & COORDINATION DMJM will provide overall management and coordination for the preparation of plans, specifications and estimates, as well as other required elements of design, for the Corona -Main Commuter Rail Station, including attendance at regular progress meetings with RCTC staff as well as third party meetings as required (BNSF and City of Corona). DMJM will provide all necessary exhibits and drawings for presentation and discussion. DMJM will submit progress plans, specifications, and estimates to RCTC and appropriate third parties at the 60%, Pre- Final(95%), and Final (100%) phase. DMJM will coordinate all preliminary rail designs with BNSF. It is assumed that final rail design documents will be prepared by BNSF. Deliverables: • RCTC Progress Meetings - Exhibits and meeting minutes (6 meetings assumed) • BNSF Coordination — Exhibits and meeting minutes (2 meeting assumed) • City of Corona Coordination — Exhibits, presentation graphics, project narratives, drawings, and meeting minutes (4 meetings assumed) • Progress submittals at 60% Design, 95% Design, 100% Design including contract drawings, technical specifications, and engineer's estimate (hardcopy) TASK 2 - DESIGN SERVICES DMJM will prepare contract documents sufficient to obtain all necessary approvals from the reviewing agencies. Except for those elements associated with the final track alignment concept drawings, all other construction documents will be prepared as follows: Deliverables: • 60% contract drawings, draft specifications and preliminary engineer's estimate • 9Y/0 contract drawings, specifications, and engineer's estimate • 100% contract drawings, specifications, and engineer's estimate Final Bid Document ( Contract drawings, specifications, and engineer's estimate). The design scope of services associated with the design will include the following elements: RAILROAD ENGINEERING Finalize track alignment concept, based on layouts developed in Phase I. Adjust alignments as necessary based on actual survey and rail survey data. Develop preliminary vertical alignments to match existing profile at track tie-ins and grade crossings. Establish top of rail elevation at station platform location. The following are assumed to be performed by BNSF: • Final track designs, including horizontal and vertical alignments and cross -sections. • Grade crossing designs, including trackwork through crossings and modifications to existing pavement, sidewalk, curb and gutter, as required to accommodate track realignments. ■ Signal design. Deliverables: Page 1 of 3 Preliminary Track Design (horizontal and vertical alignments, typical sections) Preliminary Cost Estimate for Trackwork SITE DEVELOPMENT: DMJM will prepare Construction Documents for the following: On Site Improvements Site Development Plan — Civil site plan to define the layout of the project site. Plan to include the overall site development, identifying site furniture and the relative location of general site features. Horizontal Control Plan — Establishes the horizontal control for the site layout. Provides dimensional control for all site construction. Site Grading and Drainage Plan — Provides vertical control for the site grading and develops drainage details. Determines drainage characteristics for storm water run- off. Grading plan will address removal and disposal of any classified excavation as determined by site investigations Striping and Signage Plan — Defines the location for all on -site striping and signage. This plan will establish the number of parking stalls and define the site access points. DMJM will verify with the City of Corona that local parking requirements are met. Site Lighting and Electrical Plan — Provides design details for site lighting and electrical service, Lighting will include pole -mounted bollards adjacent to platform areas as well as parking lot lighting. Lighting requirements will be provided by SCRRA and City of Corona. Landscape and Irrigation Plan — Establishes criteria for site landscaping and landscape irrigation. Fire Service Plan — Defines the location for all on -site fire service mains, fire hydrants and other fire service equipment. DMJM will prepare a fire safety plan for the site based on City of Corona Fire Marshall requirements Utility Plans DMJM will prepare a final utility plan showing location of existing utilities and final design of utilities to be protected in place, abandoned, or relocated. Off Site Improvements Street Plan and Profiles - DMJM will develop final Roadway plans and profiles for Blaine Street and the new local road to be constructed connecting Harrison Street to Blaine Street. Storm Drain Connector Plan — DMJM will prepare necessary plans to provide a connection between Blaine Street and the existing storm drain at the intersection of Harrison Street and Main Street. Platform The proposed platform is to be a minimum of 585' to be capable of expansion to 1000' in the future. The platform will include shelter canopies, seating, MTTV's, TVM's, and related communications systems, PA/CMS, and other amenities per SCRRA Station Design Manual requirements. No bathroom facilities are to be included. Structure - Plan, Elevation & Foundation Design DMJM will prepare all necessary Architectural, Structural, Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical construction drawings, specifications, and calculations required for plan check, bidding and construction of the proposed station platforms, canopies, and pedestrian crossing. The final design drawings and specifications will be based on the SCRRA station design manual criteria. In addition, DMJM will provide Building Department coordination. Architectural construction plans include the following: Passenger Shelter Plans Entry Shelter Plans Page 2of3 Shelter Details Site Furnishing Plan Platform Layout Plan Platform Structural Detail Plan Foundation Plan Platform Cross Section Plan Platform Electrical Plan (Includes TVM's, CCTV, TV's, etc.) Platform Mechanical Plan Platform Lighting Plan TASK 3 — AGENCY APPROVALS Submit and process all documents through the appropriate approving agencies. j Incorporate review comments into construction documents. Make presentation of Final Construction Documents to RCTC. TASK 4 - BID SERVICES Attend Pre -Bid Meeting j Respond to Contractor Questions Issue Bidding Addenda Review Contractor Bids Perform Contractor Review and Evaluation of References Page 3 of 3 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Corona Metrolink Station PHASE 2- FINAL DESIGN PM $ 134.00 DM $ 120.60 PEIAAfTE $ 99.16 Designer 1 $ 80.40 CADD $ 64.32 Clerical $ 37.52 LS $ 107.20 flagman $ 75.04 2M Crew $ 160.80 TOTAL HOURS Total Cost TASK D DESIGN DEVELOPMENT (60%) Probable Construction Drawings Title sheet 4 8 12 Railroad Engineering 8 4 40 40 80 172 Al grade crossinfg fo 4 12 12 20 22 70 At grade crossinfg fo 4 12 12 20 22 70 Puc exhibits 40 40 General 8 Const. 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Site Light►ng 3stils Electrical CCTV-14shts Electrical Calculations , MecttapiO/plurn0ing/Prainagelstrie Sgcage~75111s Parking i_at Lighting-2shts T041 Ruch 09ttrs 94414404 Bost ,s1) Quality Assurance Review Project Management TASK FT TASK F T 16 8 24 16 42 64 2 - 32 8 24 4'4 88 12 24 48 6 " 12 24 15ft 100 32 8 36 24 8 208� 540 772 ;284088 85A 540 16;4905 f.: 72 48 16 1,024 $83,354 88 132 72 36 82 108 72 24 1058 ;68,Q61 1,354 $88,443 TASK G AGENCY APPROVAL Coordinate Agency R Incorporate Final Co Presentation to RCT Hours subtotal Labor Cost TASK G TOTAL 4 $536 8 2 18 $2,171 TASK H IBID SERVICES Attend pre -bid meeti 16 16 4 36 53,576 24 24 $1,830 32 32 $2,058 5375 8 $300 Affkietiggir- 50 $1,826 2 6 $225 Q S0 8 $858 i 210 42 282 156 78 364 4s 234 156 52 2548 S20 t126 0 0 $0 $286,6281 26 92 10 241 $167,301 $15,950 $234,565 $11,347 Respond to Contract: Issue addenda Review Bids Contractor Evaluatioi Hours subtotal Labor Cosl TASK H 1 rrs 40 40 24 104 2 8 24 32 40 6 112 I 4 16 24 2 46 is . 16 16 2 34 I 10 88 112 32 40 38 0 0 0 320 $1,340 $10,813 $11,106 $2,573 $2,573 $1,426 $0 $0 $0 $29,630 'OTAL $29,630 PROJECT COST SUMMARY TASK D TASK E TASK F TASK G TASK H DESIGN DEVELOPMENT (60%) PROGRESS REVIEW (60%) FINAL DESIGN (100%) AGENCY APPROVAL BID SERVICES ESTIMATED REIMBURSIBLE EXPENSES Mileage $1,000 Telephone/Fax $442 Blueprinting $2,000 Reproduction $1,500 Postage/Delivery $730 Presentation Boards $1,395 $339,154 $3,237 $234,565 $11,347 $29,630 TOTAL REIMBURSIBLE EXPENSES $7,067 'ESTIMATED TOTAL. COST $625,0001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 13, 2000 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Naty Kopenhaver, Director of Administrative Services THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Election of Officers and Representatives to the Executive Committee STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To elect: 1 } Officers of the Commission - Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, 2' Vice Chairperson; and, 2} Representatives to the Executive Committee. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Election of Officers In accordance to the Commission's Administrative Code, the Commission must hold an election of officers. The officers of the Commission shall consist of the Chair, a Vice Chair and a Second Vice Chair. The Chair, the Vice Chair and the Second Vice Chair shall annually alternate between a regular member of the Commission representing a city and a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. During the time in which the Chair is a regular member of the Commission representing a city, the Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors and the Second Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing a city. During the time in which the Chair is a regular Commission member who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, the Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing a city and the Second Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission who is a member of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. The Second Vice Chair shall perform the duties of the Chair in the absence of the Chair and the Vice Chair. When so acting, the Second Vice Chair shall have all the powers of and be subject to all the restrictions upon the Chair. For 2001 , the Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing a city, the Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, and the Second Vice Chair shall be a regular member of the Commission representing a city. This year, Commissioners Tom Mullen and Will Kleindienst are the Chair and Vice Chair, respectively. Election of Representative to the Executive Committee The membership of the Executive Committee shall be as follows: 1) The Chair of the Commission; 2) The Vice Chair of the Commission; 3) The Second Vice Chair of the Commission; 41 A regular member of the Commission representing one of the following cities: Riverside, Corona, Moreno Valley; 5) A regular member of the Commission representing one of the following cities: Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Canyon Lake, Hemet, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Norco, Perris, San Jacinto, and Temecula; 61 A regular member of the Commission representing the following cities: Blythe, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage; and, 7) Three members of the Commission who are members of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. Such members shall be appointed by the Board of Supervisors. With the exception of the Chair, Vice Chair, and the 2' Vice Chair, the term of the Executive Committee members shall be two years. At the end of their 2-year term, Executive Committee members shall stand for reappointment as set forth in Section H.3(b) of the Administrative Code. This year, there shall be reappointment of representatives for the following: — A Commissioner to represent the cities of Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Canyon Lake, Hemet, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Norco, Perris, San Jacinto, and Temecula. — A Commissioner to represent the cities of Blythe, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, and Rancho Mirage. — Two Commissioners representing the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. For the Commission's information, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, at their December 5th meeting, elected Commissioners Jim Venable and Roy Wilson to the Executive Committee. Note that this year, Commissioner Ameal Moore was elected as to represent the cities of Corona, Moreno Valley and Riverside this year. Similarly, Commissioner Bob Buster was elected to represent the Riverside County Board of Supervisors this year. Their term will end next year.