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09 September 17, 2012 Technical Advisory CommitteeTECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* TIME: DATE: LOCATION: 10:00 a.m. September 17, 2012 Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street; 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92501 *By request, agenda and minutes may be available in alternative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS Don Allison, City of Menifee George Alvarez, City of Eastvale Ahmad Ansari, City of Moreno Valley Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Jorge Biagioni, City of Hemet Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Duane Burk, City of Banning Greg Butler, City of Temecula Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert Tim D'Zmura, City of Wildomar Grant Eklund, City of Indio Kip Field, City of Corona Joe Forgiarini, SunLine Transit Agency Paul Goble, City of Indian Wells Hal Goldenberg, City of Desert Hot Springs Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Jonathan Hoy, City of Coachella Tim Jonasson, City of La Quinta-Chair Savat Khamphou, Caltrans District 8 Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris and San Jacinto . Juan Perez, County of Riverside Kishen Prathivadi, City of Beaumont Gordon Robinson, Riverside Transit Agency Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Michael Shoberg, CV AG Bill Simons, City of Cathedral City Jim Smith, City of Calimesa · Ruthanne Taylor-Berger, WRCOG Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta-Vice Chair Bill Thompson, City ofNorco Vacant, City of Jurupa Valley Commission Staff Anne Mayer, Executive Director Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* TIME: DATE: LOCATION: *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. 10:00 a.m. September 1 7, 20 12 Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92501 In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and government Code Section 54954.2, if you need special assistance to participate in a Committee meeting, please contact Riverside County Transportation Commission at "(951) 787-7141. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to meeting time will assist staff in assuring that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility at the meeting. 1. Call to Order 2. Self-Introductions 3. Approval of May 14, 2012 Minutes 4. Public Comments (This is for comments on items not listed on agenda. Comments relating to an item on the agenda will be taken when the item is before the Committee.) 5. Idle Earmarks (Attachment) 6. MAP 21 Overview (Attachment) 7. FTIP/RTP Update (Attachment) 8. Federal Fiscal Year 2012/13 Obligational Authority (OA) Plan (Attachment) 9. Prop 1B SLPP Formula Programming Status (Attachment) 10. Local Assistance Update (Verbal Presentation) 11 September Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 12. Other Business 13. Adjournment (The next meeting will be November 19 in Beaumont.) " • AGENCY BANNING TAC MEMBER DUANE BURK Director of Public Works TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE September 17, 2012 ALTERNATE PRINT NAME --------------------Kahono Oei • SIGNATURE KISHEN PRATHIVADI I , !Kevin Hughes i /L~vi-if'-"fJfA,,..t ~-,.., , I I BEAUMONT Assistant Director of Public Works ------+--! -------!------------+-BLYTHE CVAG CALIMESA CAL TRANS CANYON LAKE JIM RODKEY Kevin Nelson Public Works Director Assistant Public Works Director 'I MIKE SHOBERG Transportation Program Manager Allyn Waggle Deputy Director I I I Bob French 1 Public Works Director I 1JIM SMITH I City Engineer SAVAT KHAMPHou Ism Mostiy I District Local Assistance Engirneer I I ----------------HABIB MOTLAGH de City Engineer I ___ J___ ___ _ ---------CATHEDRAL CITY IBILL SIMONS Interim City Engineer COACHELLA JONATHAN HOY City Engineer I tMaritza Martinez I interim Public Works Director ! CORONA KIP FIELD ----r RobertMorin I Acting Public Works Director :Principal Civil Engineer DESERT HOT ----TH-ALGOLDENBERG ---i Tim-Wassil ------SPRINGS . I Sr. Project Manager i J1wt ~d/~6;1 /v't'lw slobl2'r) ,) 1Jc ... n I v;. ; I.( ~ ( ·~ t'\~ I~ ----------------~------------------~-~a-/ /11()'Z..J:v ~ '-~ --- '-• EASTVALE HEMET INDIAN WELLS INDIO JURUPA VALLEY LA QUINTA I I GEORGE ALVAREZ City Engineer JORGE BIAGIONI Engineering Director/City Engineer PAUL GOBLE Public Works Director TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE September 17, 2012 • //./! ~ --~-­~-uYEN I A I ya:..r e DIANE NG . Program manager Ge c;J Ir .:.5 t: . . , 'Y"? tl~ Transportabon ~·& bj U Victor Monz Principal Engineer Vt c. T 6 t<. f""Y'> O/'..J Z... Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II l------GRANT EKLUND Tom Rafferty Public Works Director/City Engineer I Principal Civil Engineer TIMOTHY JONASSON Nick Nickerson Public Works Director/City Engineer I . I 0fl/IJ..JI fE-1~ .. J_..U f.J P I __. l \"--l)J<JW LAKE ELSINORE I KEN SEU MALO J~ss~:~~ I City Engineer I --------f Matt Simonetti ~ : Public Works Director/ ~ 11 j( " . . //! /h City Engineer c:)/6 A M' 1 Sl>V' ~ _ ~ MENIFEE Public Works D1rector/C1ty Engineer :D1v1s1on Manager/City Traffic I )/ . k. . 1 ~ (_ i Engineer AND Prem Kumar, i \~ '_: [Y \ . , 1) .,,. ,--I Deputy Public Works Director L ____ !_\.~~--_':_~(M1 i\ -~" _ ___ _ ____ _ I PATRICK THOMAS Bob Moehling I....<? + A -rl If), L--'\ /A I ~:~~~~:.:blic Works/ I Engineering Manager ~( o. nJl\._, \ \V> f'Y'" 1 1 J ~ri') . ~-----1 --~L THOMPSON -~ ----1LoriAskew -------------Director of Public Works 1 Sr. Engineer I MURRIETA NORCO '-• PALM DESERT PALM SPRINGS PERRIS RTA iBOCHEN I city Engineer DAVE BARAKIAN I Director of Public Works/ 1 City Engineer HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer GORDON ROBINSON , Director of Planning I RANCHO MIRAGE I BRUCE HARRY Director of Public Works RIVERSIDE ITOM BOYD Public Works Director TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE September 17, 2012 Mark Diercks Transportation Engineer Chris Sunde Kathy Thomas Senior Planner Randy Viegas ~Dei~ A 11t _&re, Ki~~ . Project Manager I Farshid Mohammadi/ • µ~$-----MU Lv/ {VloM MrM-rft,,· RIVERSIDE COUNTYIJUAN PEREZ SAN JACINTO Director of Transportation OJ\d ~ Hc..no..qq_mw\-i HABIB MOTLAGH I City Engineer Patty Romo I Deputy Director of Transportation I .... -~-----~.-Chris Sunde ~ml) +~~ \Z--., 1E ?~-n~ -~--~----------·-···---------· SUN LINE JOE FORGIARINI , I +----~ fl;tza I ~------·····---------· . I i I Director ofTranslt Planning L hEMECULA I GREG BUTLER 1 Ame1 .... _. . 1 Director of Public Works I Principal Engineer I &1ZK:;""'li I I I /Cf7 Lw-1-LD_o_M_A_R __ ___J_I' -T1_M_D-.z-M-uRA ·t-Diane Nguyen ___ -------t-i Director of Public Works and l.1Transportation Program Manager I , City Engineer I ---------1---. -"·· -······ --···· -···· ····-· --· -·----··---·-----·-WRCOG ! RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER Donna Dean I f\ . 7\ A . Deputy Executive Director '.Program Manager I <tJ-0 WW,tl i::J/1. ~ v~;t;J~ . " • AGENCY TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE September 17, 2012 NAME TELEPHONE OR E-MAIL ~Jess/ f 5 I -q L/3 -ft:; 5 0 t_/ -----...,. ---• _ ~0T'Sfch -~df-----f-R6¥dwll I ;~;G:::~~&ff' ~ ~DJ.to k &l!ru.Lllil f?.·Ji...f ~ /?ve 8<Lev-<\ r-:=== ~ f" -4-M.-s h &> «>t:) I p A~ C:> 0 t--..(, ~ I ~' E. r~~ I UN11'!-. r /§u l;_f!_4A e_,f4j!..$> cA/S . co vv(. I ------------+------------------------~----______________ _r I -----------------·--- MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, May 14, 2012 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (T ~C) was called to order at 10:04 a.m. at the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. 2. SELF-INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: Others Present: Don Allison, City of Menifee George Alvarez, City of Eastvale Amer Attar, City of Temecula Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Donna Dean, WRCOG Grant Eklund, City of Indio Kip Field, City of Corona Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Jonathan Hoy, City of Coachella Kevin Hughes, City of Beaumont Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Savat Khamphou, Caltrans Prem Kumar, City ofMoreno Valley Eric Lewis, City of Moreno Valley Victor Monz, City of Hemet · Robert Morin, City of Corona Gordon Robinson; Riverside Transit Agency Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Chris Sunde, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, and San Jacinto Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta Grace Alvarez, RCTC Michael Blomquist, RCTC Brad Brophy, Tri-Lake C<?nsultants Shirley Gooding, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Basem Muallem, Caltrans Andrea Zureick, RCTC Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 14,2012 Page2 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (Thomas/Morin) to approve the March 19, 2012 minutes as submitted. Abstain: Harry, Attar 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5. SR-91 CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENT PROJECT Michael Blomquist, RCTC, provided an overview of the State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project. His overview included: History of the project Regional benefits Reasons for tolling Areas of tolling Project financing Property acquisition Right of way needs Completed transactions Environmental document Agency agreements Project milestones-design-build procurement Look ahead -55 years Mr. Blomquist responded to various questions 6. CITY OF CORONA REQUEST FOR FUNDING FOR FOOTHILL PARKWAY Shirley Medina, RCTC, reported that the city of Corona's Foothill Parkway project that is included in the TUMF regional arterial program is estimated at $31 million. The project is concluding its right of way phase and the city is requesting construction funding of $14 million. Kip Field, city of Corona, added that the project is ready and stated that assummg delivery, construction could begin by January and end in about two years. M/S/C (Hughes/Alvarez) to approve $14 million to be funded with $7 million of Measure A Regional Arterial (MARA) program funds and $7 million of State Local Partnership Program (SLPP) Formula Funds. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 14,2012 Page 3 7. STATE LOCAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM FORMULA FUNDS -PROGRAMMING STATUS Ms. Medina indicated that the Commission approved the following projects for State-Local Partnership Program (SLPP) funds as candidate projects at its March 14,2012 meeting: • I-215 Central Widening (Scott Road to Nuevo Road) • SR-91 Corridor Improvement Program • Perris Valley Line • Foothill Parkway The Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) has proposed the following projects for SLPP funds, which will also be matched with Measure A funds on a 50/50 basis: • Palm Desert -Monterey Interchange Loop Ramp • Indio-Varner Road/Jefferson Intersection Improvements • Indio-Monroe (Ave 49 to 52) Widen, Intersection Improv. • Riverside County-Fred Waring (Adams to Port Maria) Median Widening • Indian Wells-Hwy 111 (Cook to Washington) Intersection Improv. • La Quinta-Hwy Ill/Washington Intersection Improvements $2,800,000 $2,250,000 $1,375,000 $4,000,000 $1,550,000 $ 283,000 The California Transportation Commission will make a decision on these projects in about a month. 8. FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2011/12 OBLIGATION PLAN Andrea Zureick, RCTC, stated that the obligation plan that was submitted for Federal Fiscal Year 2011112 and there were a few projects that moved through the system. Some projects also fell off. She recommended that if agencies have any CMAQ or STP projects that could deliver early, let RCTC know. RCTC staff will also work with other regions to see if loans can be arranged. The state has a process in place that will allow us to carry over the funds but that is only if, as a state, all the money can be spent this year. If not, the funds are subject to loss. She further stated that if there are any projects on the obligation list she provided that may not comply with the target date let RCTC know as soon as possible. 9. 2011 FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM Grace Alvarez, RCTC, said there has been steady amendment activity in the 2011 FTIP with alternating formal/administrative amendments due to SCAG every month. She said that the number of project changes included in the amendments has been restricted to emergencies such as obligation of funding in FY 2011112 and/or environmental approvals. All the amendments submitted have been approved with the exception of the recently submitted Amendment No. 25 and the consistency Amendment No. 24 that will be approved in June. One significant event worth reporting is the first administrative modification, No. 23, approved by SCAG on April 19 under Caltrans delegated Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 14,2012 Page4 authority to SCAG. It is hoped that administrative modifications will be approved faster under this new delegation. The amendment schedule from now until September 2012 is included in the staff report. 10. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Savat Khamphou, Caltrans Local Assistance, reported that there will be calls for projects m July 2012. Formal announcements will be sent out for applications. He requested that agencies get rid of red flags on HSIP and HR3 projects because the red flags hinder applications for new projects. The federal aid series is scheduled for June 25 through June 29. A formal announcement has not been sent out yet. It will be in the basement training room of the Caltrans district office. Caltrans is no longer in the Mervyn's building. He further stated that the RE Academy is coming up. The dates are tentative but in July it will be in Sacramento; in August it will be in Fresno; in September it will be in Los Angeles; and in October it will be in Oakland. He will send updates to the TAC. Mr. Khamphou indicated that he had lost two staff members and is down to six. Some agencies will be assigned replacement staff but no new staff will be hired. He will send an updated Local Assistance employee list to the agencies. District 8 has volunteered to be included in the pilot program, starting in October, to cut out the Sacramento reviews, meaning that when RF As are submitted to Local Assistance, they will be forwarded directly to FHW A. 11. MAY COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Shirley Medina reported that the Commission approved a $13 million agreement with Jacobs Project Management Co. to provide project construction management services for the I-215 Central widening project. Recognition was given to RCTC employees who were directly involved in the TIFIA loan application process. A public hearing on the proposed FY 2012113 Commission budget was opened at the meeting to receive input and comments. The comment period will end June 13. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 14, 2012 Page 5 12. OTHER BUSINESS In response to Bruce Harry's, City of Rancho Mirage, question of whether or not Theresia Trevino, RCTC's Chief Financial Officer, was comfortable with the Measure A allocation estimates that came out with the 5-year CIP letter, AndreaZureick said that estimates would most likely not be lower and may be higher. Ms. Zureick also reminded the TAC that the 5 year CIPs, recertification statements, and project status reports were due on Friday. She said there is a template that the TAC may use for project status reports and 5 year CIPs that allows consideration of the Measure A carryover amounts to make sure programs are being sized correctly. Regarding MOE for this current fiscal year, no documents need to be submitted at this time. She requested that the jurisdictions make sure the projects in each project status report were also included in the FY 2011112 CIP that was approved by the Commission. If they don't match, be sure to submit an amendment request to RCTC before your audit. Staff plans to take the CIPs to the June committee meeting and the July Commission meeting for approval. The disbursements start in September for FY 2012/13. Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs, announced that in the next week or so Palm Springs will advertise for an Assistant Public Works Director position since Marcus Fuller took a Director position in Rialto starting the first of June. Details will be on Palm Springs' website in about a week. 13. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11 :05 a.m. Respectfully submitted, ~'~ ;:l~yMedi~ Programming and Planning Manager AGENDA ITEM 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2012 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: Idle Earmarks STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and File. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The following information was included in the September 12 Commission meeting agenda. Federal Legislative Update Obama Administration rescinds unspent earmarked funds Prior to 2010, it was common for Members of Congress to designate funding within annual appropriations bills for certain projects important to their districts. Many cities in Riverside County, the Commission, transit districts, and the County, were recipients of this congressionally-designated funding, commonly known as earmarks. Typically, earmarks were not written into law, but instead included in a Conference Report expressing the intent of Congress; this provided direction to the Administration to administer the funds. On August 17, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced that it was rescinding all unobligated earmarks through 2006 spending bills and was designating those unspent funds to the States so that the funds could be spent no later tha~ December 31, 2012. This move to pull unspent earmarks and give them to the states was part of the White House's "We Can't Wait" initiative, a series of administrative actions highlighting congressional inaction on White House priorities. Nationally, $473 million in earmarks were pulled from their originally intended projects, including 71 projects totaling $43 million in California and 5 projects totaling $4.7 million in Riverside County. Caltrans is working with all project sponsors to determine which projects can obligate funding by the December 31 deadline. Caltrans is under an October 1 deadline from FHWA to report how it will spend its $43 million. Project sponsors that cannot obligate its funding by the end of the year are being encouraged to work with their Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (which is the Commission in Riverside County) to find alternate projects that can meet the deadline. Regions that cannot find an alternate project will forfeit the funding to the State, who will use it to pay for the State Highway Operation and Protection Program, the State's freeway maintenance program that is severely backlogged. Commission staff has been coordinating with congressional offices, Caltrans, and earmark recipients to develop an approach that ensures as much earmarked funding remains in Riverside County as possible. The best solution is to reprogram the funds to a project that is ready for obligation. The Commission has been working with Caltrans on the SR-60 Truck Climbing/Descending lane project, which is ready for obligation of project development (or preliminary engineering (PE)) funds. Obligating PE Funds is relatively quick compared to obligating right-of-way and construction phases. Caltrans is currently working on the Request for Authorization (RFA) package for the SR-60 Truck Climbing/Descending lane project and we anticipate the RFA will be submitted to Caltrans Headquarters in the next few weeks with the FHWA obligation soon afterwards and well before the December 31, 2012 deadline. Staff has also offered to replace the earmark funds from each project with federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds to ensure the project can continue with implementation. STP funds are not subject to the December 31 deadline. Staff has coordinated with the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) to ensure that the funding for each project will be amended in the Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) as quickly as possible. Staff will be working with the project sponsors to program ·the STP funds in accordance with the project's schedules. Riverside County projects listed in FHWA's rescission and each projects' funding status is as follows: 1_ 1 1 Unobligated Status I Project Description ~---------------------------+---B_a_la_n_c_e_----+------------- 1 Noble Creek Bridge, Beaumont, California $ 738,987 Project complete: final I 1 invoice submitted to I Caltrans, no loss of funds UP/Sunset Avenue Grade Separation, Banning, California $ 491,964 Project transferred to County of Riverside- Funds replaced with federal STP --l I --------------------+--~---~------------- $ 990,000 In 2011, funds were SR-91 Chokepoint Elimination in Corona, CA transferred from Corona I to the Commission. I Funds will be obligated : as planned for r/w phase I I on SR-71/91 r----------------------f--------+----=----------1 1 UP/Sunset Avenue Grade Separation Banning, $ 990,000 Project transferred to [ CA County of Riverside- j Funds replaced with 1--------------------~-------+-fe_d_e_r_a_IS_T_P _____ ~ i State Route 60/Portrero Road Interchange, $ 990,000 Funds replaced with I ! Beaumont, CA federal STP I r Essential Road Improvements, Desert Hot $ 565,796 Funds replaced with 1 I Springs, CA federal STP ~ 1 ~----+-----+----' i TOTAL $ 4,766,747 ~ In summary, three projects will have its earmark funding replaced with STP funds: UP/Sunset Avenue Grade Separation, SR-60/Potrero Road Interchange, and Essential Road Improvements in Desert Hot Springs. AGENDA ITEM 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2012 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: Federal Transportation Act-MAP 21 Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Commission staff has been involved in· several meetings at various levels throughout the state, including webinars held by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), to learn more about the recently passed federal transportation act, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP 21), and the changes to federal transportation funding relative to the previous Transportation Act, SAFETEA-LU. Many programs have been consolidated and some eliminated. New guidance for the fund programs is currently being developed by FHWA and Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Attached is a summary of MAP-21 that can be found on the Caltrans website. The main focus at the state level is how the federal funds will be distributed among the programs within the state. Regions are advocating maintaining the same funding levels and programs, to the extent possible, which were previously implemented under SAFETEA-LU. A summary of the key discussion topics is below: Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Off-system bridges- • Off-system bridges are now eligible for regional STP funds. This has been a concern to local agencies as they believe this would put the off-system bridges in competition with other regional projects. Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (RTPAs) are working with Caltrans to ensure that funding is set aside for the off-system bridges without having to compete with non-off-system bridge projects or Caltrans' SHOPP projects. Safe Routes to School (SRTS) - • SRTS projects may be funded from the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), or STP. Caltrans will continue administering this program; however, a decision needs to be made on which program(s) SRTS projects will be funded from. There is also a $5 million set aside for the Recreational Trails program called out in MAP 21. Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)- • This program refocuses the current Transportation Enhancements program into a program that is more focused on addressing alternative transportation modes such as bike and pedestrian facilities. Caltrans and the California Transportation Commission (CTC) are proposing to maintain the currently programmed TE projects in the 2012 STIP, thereby not allowing a new funding cycle for the two years of MAP 21 (FY 2012/13 & 2013/14). Another option considered is to have a one year program for TAP so that currently programmed projects under the TE program can continue with planned STIP allocations and revisiting the second year (FFY 13/14) of the TAP program later. • RTPAs are considering developing legislation to remove the TAP from the STIP process and having it administered similarly to how STP and CMAQ projects are administered. This would eliminate the current 2-step funding approvals (CTC allocation, Caltrans/FHWA obligation). CTC staff indicated that without legislation the TAP projects will continue to be included in the STIP. Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality - • Eligibility for operating assistance has changed and additional review is necessary. • MAP 21 indicates that metropolitan planning organizations shall give priority to diesel retrofit projects, but not sure how this will be done. • A technical assessment of a selected program of projects may be conducted through modeling to demonstrate the emission reduction projection. This could provide a more programmatic approach to air quality assessments so that all projects included in the assessment can be obligated under one single assessment. • Language has been added to the CMAQ eligible projects section to include "add turning lanes". This could help clarify eligibility of intersection improvements to include turning lanes as eligible components for CMAQ funding. In the past, we have had some projects questioned or denie,d eligibility for turning lanes. MAP 21, State Implementing Legislation- • Caltrans has expressed the need for additional time to prepare legislation regarding implementation policies for MAP 21. Caltrans indicated that legislative changes are not necessary to allow apportionment of funds within California. RTPAs are working with Caltrans and the CTC on legislative proposals to include the removal of TAP from the STIP, fund program distributions, and other proposals to ensure regions will continue to receive the maximum funding levels and flexibility allowed under MAP 21. With the passage of MAP 21, Riverside County will continue with its current programs and projects to fund transportation priorities including Measure A projects, high priority grade separations, and other previously committed and programmed projects. Staff will also review the possibility of conducting a call for projects specifically for rehabilitation projects that was previously done under SAFETEA-LU. Staff will consider the continuation of MAP 21 beyond the two year cycle and begin planning for future calls for projects in 2013 under CMAQ, STP, and TAP fund programs. · Moving Forward with MAP-21 AuoustB,zo12 The new federal Surface Transportation Act, known as "Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century" or MAP-21 was signed in to law on July 6, 2012. Prior to this overhaul of federal surface transportation laws, the last major changes at the federal level occurred with the lntermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA, pronounced Ice-Tea), more than 20 years ago. Given the major changes inherent in MAP-21, a measured approach to implementation is in order. A measured approach will also allow time to receive additional guidance from the Federal Department of Transportation. The bullets below detail the highlights of the Administration's proposal for MAP-21. • Funding levels remain the same as Federal Fiscal Year 2012 at $3.5 billion. • The Administration's proposal focuses on maintaining a status quo funding level for overall funding -ensuring that the State and local Agencies each receive a total share of funding consistent with total funding received under prior federal acts. • One cannot view each program in isolation because of the dramatic restructuring of programs and funding included in MAP-21. Many programs were eliminated or combined, and new programs were created. The significant changes to programs and program eligibility add to the challenge of creating a funding plan that maintains current total funding levels. • The proposal retains the existing funding splits between the State and the locals/Regions- approximately $2.2 Billion State (62%), approximately $1.3 billion for Locals/Regions (38%). Changes in this split in the next two years could result in projects that are almost ready to go to construction being removed from the program due to lack of funding. • Allows for a transitional period recognizing that the regions and the State already have projects programmed against these funds under existing rules: o Continues the current level of RSTP funding. o Continues the current level of SHOPP program. o Continues the current level of Bridge funding for both state and local bridges. The program would continue to be administered by the state. o Continues the flow of CMAQ and MP apportionments to regions using existing formulas. o Divides the HSIP program as required in MAP-21 after setting aside funds for SRTS. o Continues the Safe Routes to School program which would remain administered by the state. o Transportation Alternatives Program funding would continue under the STIP formula after setting aside $5 million for Recreational Trails. • Legislative changes are not necessary to allow apportionment of funds within California, provided that the state pursues a "status quo" approach discussed above. • MAP-21 includes and inflation increased to apportionments for FFY 2014. Increases will be applied to programs and all splits. • Working groups are being established to discuss potential program changes that will take into accountfederal guidance and performance measurements for MAP-21. The intention is to have a first draft of proposed legislation in early 2013. There will need to be a transition period to implement any program changes. California Department of Transportation 8/8/12 AGENDA ITEM 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2012 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Senior Staff Analyst SUBJECT: 2011 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: 2011 FTIP The 2011 FTIP cycle will end in mid December 2012 when the new 2013 FTIP is approved. As of September 11, SCAG has processed 32 amendments to the 2011 FTIP. RCTC has participated in 26 amendments, totaling 511 project changes since the 2011 FTIP adoption in December 2010. As of today, amendment No's 1-15, 17-29, and 31 have been approved by the reviewing agencies, FHWAIFTA. Amendment No. 30 is currently under review by SCAG. Administrative Modification No. 32 was submitted to SCAG on September 11 -anticipated approval is late September 2012. One more administrative modification is scheduled for the 2011 FTIP; administrative modification No. 33 is due to SCAG on October 11, 2012. This will be the last opportunity to include project changes that do not impact conformity and that are necessary for environmental approvals and I or project obligation before mid December 2012. SCAG has already prepared the 2013 FTIP amendment schedule in anticipation of the 2013 FTIP approval in mid December 2012. RCTC will review the project changes processed in the 2011 FTIP, after the final 2013 FTIP submittal to SCAG (Amendments 19-33), to incorporate project changes in the 2013 FTIP through either the first formal amendment or subsequent administrative modification amendments. Attachment: 2011 FTIP Amendment Log 2011 FTIP Amendment Listing 2013 FTIP Amendment Schedule 2011 Federal Transportation Improvement Program -Amendment Submittals & Approval Dates 2011 FTIP Purpose Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Approved by Approved by SCAG CT/FHWA Final 12/14/2010 Amendment 1 Formal Amendment -10/25/2010 11/02/2010 12/8/2008 12/30/2010 61 projects submitted Amendment 2 Administrative 11/22/2010 12/1/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 Modification -28 projects submitted Amendment 3 Formal Amendment -01/03/2011 01/11/2011 2/17/2011 04/04/2011 24 projects submitted Amendment 4 Administrative 1/24/2011 2/1/2011 2/15/2011 2/18/2011 Modification - 1 project submitted Amendment 5 Did not include RCTC projects Amendment 6 Formal Amendment -02/28/2011 03/08/2011 04/15/2011 05/12/2011 14 projects submitted Amendment 7 Administrative 04/04/2011 04/12/2011 04/29/2011 5/04/2011 Modification - 7 projects submitted Amendment 8 Formal Amendment -04/25/2011 05/03/2011 6/10/2011 7/11/2011 19 projects submitted Amendment 9 Administrative 05/31/2011 05/17/2011 06/07/2011 06/1 0/2011 Modification - 1 9 projects submitted Amendment 1 0 Formal Amendment - 3 6/6/2011 6/14/2011 6/30/2011 08/08/2011 projects submitted Amendment 11 Administrative 6/27/2011 07/12/2011 07/27/2011 07/28/2011 Modification -52 projects submitted i 2011 Federal Transportation Improvement Program -Amendment Submittals & Approval Dates 2011 FTIP Purpose Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Approved by Approved by SCAG CT/FHWA Amendment 1 2 Formal Amendment -08/22/2011 09/06/2011 10/21/2011 11/09/2011 60 projects submitted Amendment 13 Did not include RCTC projects Amendment 14 Did not include RCTC projects (U.S. DOT Discretionary Funding -Ray LaHood Grants) Amendment 15 Administrative 09/01/2011 09/07/2011 9/12/2011 9/13/2011 Modification - 3 projects submitted Amendment -1-9 Formal Amendment -08/08/2011 09/12/2011 02/14/2012 06/04/2012 24 2012 RTP/2012 FTIP Consistency Amendment-65 projects submitted Amendment 17 Administrative 09/26/2011 10/04/2011 10/21/2011 1 0/25/2011 Modification -38 projects submitted Amendment 18 Formal Amendment - 7 11/01/2011 11/08/2011 12/07/2011 01/18/2012 projects submitted Amendment 1 9 Administrative 11/30/2011 12/06/2011 12/13/2011 12/19/2011 Modification -21 projects submitted Amendment 20 Formal Amendment - 7 01/30/2012 2/3/2012 2/9/2012 3/20/2012 projects submitted Amendment 21 Administrative 01/30/2012 2/3/2012 2/8/2012 2/1 5/2012 Modification - 4 projects submitted Amendment 22 Formal Amendment - 2 02/16/2012 02/28/2012 04/02/2012 05/01/2012 projects submitted 2011 Federal Transportation Improvement Program -Amendment Submittals & Approval Dates 2011 FTIP Purpose Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Approved by Approved by SCAG CT/FHWA Amendment 23 Administrative 03/19/2012 03/27/2012 04/19/2012 N/A -1st Adm. Modification -2 Mod. Approved projects submitted by SCAG under delegated authority received by Caltrans Amendment 25 Formal Amendment -6 04/16/2012 04/26/2012 05/31/2012 06/06/2012 projects submitted Amendment 26 Administrative 05/14/2012 05/29/2012 06/13/2012 N/A Modification -1 5 projects submitted Amendment 27 Formal Amendment -3 06/05/2012 06/15/2012 Pending projects submitted Amendment 28 Administrative 07/02/2012 07/10/2012 07/30/2012 N/A - Modification -8 Approved by projects SCAG under delegated authority Amendment 29 Did not include RCTC projects Amendment 30 Formal Amendment -07/30/2012 08/14/2012 35 projects Amendment 31 Did not include RCTC projects Amendment 32 Administrative 09/04/2011 09/11/2012 Modification -7 projects submitted ' • .. c ·, •. -::~~,~~~ .. · Riverside County Tronspartalion Commission 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested PM-1 0 stabilization-north & south sides of Varner Rd. (Mountain View to Palm Dr.), & Cathedral City RIV071245 on the west and east sides of Palm Drive Project deletion from the 2011 FTIP (Varner Rd to 1/4 mile N/0 1-10). Signal synchronization along East Palm New project in the 2011 FTIP years. Canyon from east Buddy Rogers to Allen Cathedral City RIV071247 Ave. $32 Toll Credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Date Palm Dr. Signal Synchronization at ten Cost Increase covered by CMAQ reprogramming from RIV071245 intersections on Date Palm Dr from Ramon (RIV071245 deleted from the 2011 FTIP). Cathedral City RIV091202 Rd. to East Palm Canyon Dr. $54 toll credits utilized for CMAQ match in construction. In the Coachella Valley PM-10 Program- Clean Vehicle Acquisition Program: Fleet New Project in the 2011 FTIP years. CVAG RIV090102 acquisition of alternative fuel sweepers for regional street sweeping program of major $259 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. arterials, In Corona on Auto Center Drive- Corona RIV011241 Construct 4 lane overcrossing (grade New Project in the 2011 FTIP years separation) over existing BNSF tracks. Western Ave -Scenic Dr. Paving New project in the 2011 FTIP years. Desert Hot Springs RIV071236 Project: $41 toll credits utilized to match CMAQ in construction. New project in the 2011 FTIP years. La Quinta RIV091207 Madison Stat Ave 54 TS. $37 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Page No.1 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested Realign Reche Vista Dr (Perris Blvd to Moreno Valley RIV011210 North City Limits -Approx 2,450') & New project in the 2011 FTIP years install signal (Perris/Heacock/Reche Vista Dr) Perris Blvd widening - 2 to 6 Lns (Perris Moreno Valley RIV041044 Valley Storm Drain Lateral B to Cactus New project in the 2011 FTIP years Ave.), including curb, gutter, sidewalk, . signals, & medians. Free right turn lane-WB Fred Waring Dr Cost change and schedule delay. Palm Desert RIV071243 to NB Hwy 111 $69 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Palm Desert RIV071249 Fred Waring Dr at San Pascual Ave TS Deleted project -emission benefits couldn't be demonstrated modification Palm Desert RIV071256 PM 10 reduction and soil stabilization. Deleted Project -CMAQ eligibility denied Install interconnect conduit and fiber-New project in the 2011 FTIP years. Palm Desert RIV071257 optic cable in the area surrounded by Monterey Ave., Country Club Dr., Cook $97 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. St., and Hwy 111. Hwy 111 Imp btwn the No. city limits and New project in the 2011 FTIP years. Palm Desert RIV071262 Larkspur Ln. $80 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Widen Reche Vista Dr 2 to 4 Ins (Heacock St/Perris Blvd-Reche Cyn Rd); Riverside County RIV041043 widen Reche Cyn Rd 2 to 4 Ins (Reche New project in the 2011 FTIP years Vista-Barton/Hunts), plus realign, signals, medians (PA&ED). Cajalco Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 Combined Project-Total Project Cost & Programmed amount through lanes (2 in each direction) from increased to reflect combined project phases on Cajalco Rd. Riverside County RIV090903 Temescal Canyon Rd. to 1-215, including a continuous median left turn lane w/in $803 in toll credits used as local match in PA&ED; WRVTUMF funds project limits. deleted. Cajalco Rd. Widening from two to four Deleted Combined Project-RIV090906 & RIV090907 combined with: Riverside County RIV090906 through lanes (2 in each direction) from RIV090903 (Above) I Wood Rd. to Alexander St. Page No.2 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 1 ,Approval Date: 12/30/201 0 Agency Project 10 Project Description Change Requested Cajalco Rd. widening form two to four Deleted Combined Project-RIV090906 & RIV090907 combined with Riverside County RIV090907 through lanes (2 in each direction) from RIV090903 (Above) Alexander St to 1-215. Undergrounding of existing overhead New project in the 2011 FTIP years. Riverside RIV090101 utilities on Victoria Avenue between Addition of $76 of STPL funds and decrease of $76 of City Washington Ave and Maude St. funds. In Riverside County from San Bernardino Caltrans RIV100605 County Line to Arizona State Line -Develop New project from the 2010 STIP adoption by CTC on 5/20/2010 Corridor Master Plan for 1-10 (EA ON440, PPNO 0013H). Murrieta RIV100106 1-15/Los Alamos Rd. bridge replacement & New Project from the 2008 RTP A-3 widening. Lake Elsinore RIV010206 At 1-15/Railroad Cyn Rd IC & 1-15/Franklin St Description change I C. Beaumont RIV050535 SR60/I-1 0 Potrero Blvd IC . Cost increase Caltrans RIV010212 SR-91-Adams to 60/2151C-HOV. Lead agency change -RCTC to Caltrans 1-215 Widening-Murrieta Hot Springs to 1- RCTC RIV110122 215/1-15 Jet.-Add a 3rd MF In SB direction. New project 1-15/1-215 in near Murrieta to SB County Line Caltrans RIV100606 -Develop Corridor Master Plan for 1-215. New Project in the 2011 FTIP-Carry over from the 2008 RTIP A-44 RCTC RIV070309 1-215 Widening-Scott Rd. to Nuevo Rd. IC-Fund source change Add a 3rd MF In in each direction. SB Rte 215 from Blaine Stoff ramp to Blaine St. on ramp -extend the existing lane No. 4 Caltrans RIV090902 (lane drop) to merge w/existing lane No. 4@ Cost increase the /Blaine St. ramp. Grouped project listing for safety Caltrans RIVLS08 improvements, shoulder improvement, Cost increase pavement resurfacing and/or rehabilitation. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Palo Palo Verde RIV110112 Fixed Route and Dial-A-Ride : Operating Verde Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4) Assistance for Fiscal Year 2010/2011. -------- - __ · ------------ Page No.3 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/201 0 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested SCRRA Rehabilitation and Renovation of RCTC RIV090601 Track and Rolling Stock Signal Structure, Cost Decrease Communication Plan, and Security System. Grouped Project Listing for purchase of Carry over from the 2008 FTIP A-44-FTA 5310 Grouped Project RCTC RIV100602 office, shop, and operating equipment for Listing I CTC approval of April 8, 2010-Resolution No. G-1 0-08 existing facilities. Grouped Projects for purchase of new buses Carry over from the 2008 FTIP A-44-FTA 5310 Grouped Project RCTC RIV100604 and replacement of existing vehicles or for Listing I CTC approval of April 8, 2010-Resolution No. G-10-08 minor expansion of the fleet. Completed Project-Transit Center open to the public on September RTA RIV031207 Construct new Corona Transit Center at 31 7, 2010. East Grand Blvd. RTA RIV071286 Operating Assistance for the Hemet Cost decrease to reflect the actual FTA 5316 funding for FY opportunity Project Express (HOPE). 200912010 & 201012011 & associated matching funds Capitalized Cost of Mobility Management for Completed Project RTA RIV071287 the Hemet Opportunity Project Express (HOPE) Bus. FY's 200912010 & 201012011 funding eliminated. Job Access & Reverse Commute Program & RTA RIV090105 New Freedom Projects Lump Sum for non-Cost Decrease profit organizations. Job Access & Reverse Commute Program: Deleted Project-Duplicate project (funding included in RTA's RTA RIV090106 Extended Service Program & Purchase of 201012011 SRTP Operating Assistance, RIV11 0113). APC Software. RTA RIV091211 Purchase three 40-foot CNG replacement Project Description change-trolley replacement deleted. Prop IB- buses and one replacement trolley. PTMISEA 17% match replaces STA match funding. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA RTA RIV110113 Operating Assistance: Fixed Route and Dial-201012011 SRTP-Table 4) A-Ride-FY 201012011. Capitalized Preventative Maintenance -FY Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA RTA RIV110114 201012011. 201012011 SRTP-Table 4) Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA RTA RIV110115 Capital cost of contracting-FY 201012011. 201012011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. FY 11-1) Page No.4 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested Purchase of 24-Type VII Replacement Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA RTA RIV110117 buses for existing fixed route service -FY 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. FY 11-2) 2010/2011. Capital Maintenance Spares: Purchase of Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA RTA RIV110118 spare parts for rolling stock under the 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. FY 11-3) maintenance program-FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA RTA RIV110119 Capitalized cost of tire lease -FY 2010/2011. 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. FY 11-4) Capital Maintenance Equipment: Purchase of Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA RTA RIV110120 various maintenance equipment-FY 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. FY 11-5) 2010/2011. RTA Facility Improvements: Carpet Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA RTA RIV110121 replacement at the Riverside facility -FY 2010/2011. 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. FY 11-6). Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Riverside RIV110101 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance -FY Riverside Special Services 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4) 2010/2011. Construction of new administrative office and New project in the 2011 FTIP years. Sun line RIV071266 transit hub at 32-505 Harry Oliver Tr., in Thousand Palms, CA. Job Access & Reverse Commute Program: Sunline RIV090103 Operating Assistance to provide extended Cost increase to reflect the FTA 5316 approved grant and night/guaranteed service program (FY 07 & corresponding 50% local match 08-5316). New Freedom Program: Operating Sun line RIV090108 Assistance to fund TRIP Program (FY 07 & Cost/funding decrease per Sun line's request 08-5317). Purchase of one expansion paratransit vehicle to expand demand response service Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sun line Sun line RIV110102 and one commuter bus to provide commuter Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP -Table 4, Project No. SL 11-07). service from the Coachella Valley to the Pass Area -FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sunline Sun line RIV110103 Furniture replacement-FY 11 -5307. Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP -Table 4, Project No. SL 11-08) Page No.5 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested Purchase of major replacement tools, Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sun line Sun line RIV110104 equipment and parts used in routine vehicle Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP -Table 4, Project No. SL 11-09) maintenance-FY 2010/2011. Fixed Route and Dial-A-Ride Operating Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sun line Sun line RIV110105 Assistance for Fiscal Year 2010/2011. Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4). Capitalized Preventative Maintenance -FY Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sun line Sun line RIV110106 2010/2011. Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4). Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sunline Sun line RIV110107 Rehabilitation of Sun line's fleet older buses. Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. SL 11-01 ). Purchase seven expansion paratransit DAR Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sun line Sun line RIV110108 buses for service expansion throughout the Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. SL 11-02). service area. Purchase transit enhancement bus stop Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sun line Sun line RIV110109 amenities -FY 2010/2011. Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. SL 11-03). Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sun line Sunline RIV110110 Transit Security Enhancement project. Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. SL 11-04). Sun line RIV110111 Facility improvements-FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Sun line Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP-Table 4, Project No. SL 11~05). Page No.6 Approval Date: 12/21/2010 Agency Project ID Corona RIV011240 Indio RIV091208 Moreno Valley IRIV041045 Moreno Valley RIV080911 Palm Oeser~ RIV071255 Palm Springs RIV090401 Palm Springs RIV091205 Riverside RIV070703 Riverside RIV071271 Riverside County 145590 Palm Desert RIV031208 Riverside County 47520 Temecula RIV031215 Murrieta IRIV010204 Riverside County RIV990701 Moreno Valley 32300 ~~\LlZ!fZ, Riverside County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 2 Title McKinley St. Grade Separation Jackson St. TS Interconnect & TS Install Perris Blvd Widening-Ironwood to !Manzanita Heacock St Widening-San Michele Rd t Harley Knox Rd. Mid Valley Bike Path Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Farrell Dr. right turn lane at Vista Chino Iowa Ave Grade Separation Streeter Ave. Grade Separation 1-10 at Date Palm Dr. Ice-IC modifications land widening 1-10 at Monterey Ave. IC-IC Reconfiguration 1-10/Jefferson St. IC-IC Reconstruction French Valley Pkwy IC-Arterial Phases 1-15/California Oaks Rd/Kalmia St IC-Ramp I reconfiguration SR60/Valley Way IC-IC improvements SR60/Nason St. IC-IC reconstruction Page No.1 Change Requested Cost increase per RCTC action of 6/9/2010 & schedule update Cost decrease, schedule delay, & utilization of toll credits for the CMAQ match in construction Cost increase & schedule delay Reprogramming of funding years for the engineering phase Schedule delay Schedule delay Schedule delay Schedule delay Fund source addition Fund source change Fund source change Lead agency change Fund source change Fund source change Cost decrease Fund source change 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 2 Approval Date: 12/21/2010 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Moreno Valley RIV041052 SR60/Moreno Beach Dr IC Improvements Schedule delay Caltrans RIVOS0102 Green River Rd. Landscape Enhancements Fund source change RCTC RIV070308 SR91/71 Jet Improvements Fund source change Coachella RIV071246 Ave. 52 Grade Separation Minor change RCTC RIVOSOS01 1-215 at SR74/G St IC Improvements Cost decrease Caltrans RIVOSOSSS 1-215 East Jet. Fund source change Caltrans RIVLS09 SHOPP Mandates Grouped Listing Fund source change Caltrans RILS10 SHOPP Mobility Program Grouped Listing Cost decrease Caltrans RIVLS01 SHOPP Collision Reduction Grouped Listing Cost increase SHOPP Roadway Preservation Grouped Caltrans RIVLS02 Listing Cost decrease SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation Grouped Caltrans RIVLS06 Listing Fund source change SHOPP Pavement Resurfacing Grouped Caltrans RIVLS13 Listing Cost decrease Page No.2 ~,iJi!fi,~ ... Riverside County Tronsportotion Commissioll 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 3 Approval Date: 04/4/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Date Palm Dr. Widening-1-10 to Varner Cathedral City RIV070302 Rd. Description change and schedule updates Date Palm Dr. over the Whitewater River Schedule delay & incorporation of HBP funding update of Cathedral City RIV091011 Widening 11/10/2010 Heacock St. over Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral A-Bridge Schedule delay & incorporation of HBP funding update of Moreno Valley RIV060122 Replacement/Widening 11/10/2010 Cottonwood Ave. Pavement Resurfacing- Moreno Valley RIV110125 Indian St. to Kitchin St. New Project Frederick St Pavement Resurfacing- Moreno Valley RIV110126 Sunnymead Blvd. to Alessandro Blvd. New Project Gilman Spring Rd. Pavement Resurfacing- Eucalyptus Ave. to 2,225 Ft. S/0 Virginia Moreno Valley RIV110127 St. New Project Heacock St. Pavement Resurfacing- Moreno Valley RIV110128 Alessandro Blvd. to Cottonwood Ave. New Project Iris Ave. Pavement Resurfacing-Lasselle Moreno Valley RIV110129 St. to Via Dellago New Project Murrieta RIV031204 Guava St. Bridge Widening Minor change Gene Autry Tr. Widening from 1, 700' S/0 Palm Springs RIV010213 UPRR bridge to Salvia Rd. Cost change/funding change s. Palm Canyon Dr. over Arenas Canyon South Drainage Channel-Bridge Reprogramming of R/W funds per HBP funding update of Palm Springs RIV031206 Replacement 11/10/2010 Page No.1 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 3 Approval. Date: 04/4/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Vista Chino at Whitewater River-Bridge Cost decrease and incorporation of HBP funding update of Palm Springs RIV090405 Replacement 11/10/2010 Ramon Rd. Widening-San Luis Rey to Landau Blvd., including bridge Palm Springs RIV110124 replacement/widening New Project from the HBP listing update of 11/10/2010 Indian Canyon Dr. Widening-UPRR X-ing Cost increase and incorporation of HBP funding update of Palm Springs RIV990727 to Garnet Ave. 11/10/2010 Rancho Mirage RIV091203 Monterey Ave. Sand Fencing New project in the 2011 FTIP years Widening of So. Bound Monterey Ave. - Rancho Mirage RIV110130 Dinah Shore to Gerald Ford Dr. New project Cost increase, reprogramming/reclassification of federal earmarks from R/W to construction, and utilization of toll Riverside RIV071272 Riverside Ave. Grade Separation credits to match STPL in R/W. Bridge. Rehabilitation Grouped Project . Cost increase incorporating the HBP funding update of Various Agencies RIV050201 Listing 11/10/2010 SR79 Realignment/Widening- RCTC RIV62024 Domenigoni Pkwy to Gilman Springs Rd. Minor change On Sunset Ave at 1-10 from S/0 Ramsey Riverside County RIV060124 St to S/0 Lincoln St. -UC Split Project/Schedule Delay Corona RIV010208 1-15/Cajalco Rd IC Improvements Fund change SR 79 Widening-Thompson to Riverside County 46460 Domenigoni Pkwy Fund change SR79 Realignment/Widening-Programming of additional obligation authority for DEMO- RCTC RIV62024 Domenigoni Pkwy to Gilman Springs Rd. SAFETEA-LU Earmark (CA461). RCTC RIV071250 SR91/I-15 Improvements Cost increase Safety Improvements -SHOPP Grouped Caltrans RIVLS01 Listing Cost increase Page No.2 , :j:rli_>;Jt! : -~-::.:...::;~ .... ~:·'~!.::;.-·'!_:.:.~_, __ :_ ,·:.::-.... , Riverside County Transpor1ation Commission 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 4 Approval Date: 2/18/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Caltrans IRIVLS08 I Minor Program-Grouped Project Listing lcost Decrease ~rl~ii,~ ..... Riverside County Transportation Cammissio11 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 6 Approval Date: May 12, 2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Calimesa RIV060102 County Line Widening Reprogramming of funding years. Palm Springs RIV090401 Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Deleted/Combined Project Palm Springs RIV090402 Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Combined project Riverside County RIV031202 1-10 Bypass South Reprogramming of funding years for PA&ED. Riverside County RIV031226 DeFrain Blvd. Reconstruction Deleted project Riverside RIV110116 Quiet Zone Xing Improvements New project Reprogramming of funds & utilization of toll credits to Riverside County 47520 i-10/Jefferson St IC match DEMO in PA&ED. 1-10-new WB an and WB off ramps to Hobson Way, approx. 1,800' W/0 existing ramps to Riviera Or/Inspection Riverside County RIV110302 Station. New project Moreno Valley RIV080902 SR60/Redlands Blvd. OC improvements Schedule delay Moreno Valley RIV080904 SR60/Theodore St IC Improvements Schedule delay SR60/Gilman Springs Rd IC Moreno Valley RIV080903 Improvements Schedule delay RCTC RIV62024 SR79 Realignment & Widening Advance Construction Conversion SR91/71 Jet-Replacement of EB 91 to NB 71 connector w/direct fly-over connector and reconstruction of Green RCTC RIV070308 River Rd EB on-ramp. Fund source change SHOPP Emergency Response Grouped Caltrans RIVLS12 Project Listing Cost increase :],~t,Eta (;, -.hn ·5: .:·:;:i~>:.~\:' ··- Riverside (ounty Tronsportolion Commission 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 7 Approval Date: 5/4/2011 Agency Project 10 Title Change Requested ; Moreno Valley RIV060122 Heacock St. Bridge Reprogramming of funding years, per HBP listing of 3/28/2011 Palm Springs RIV0990727 Indian Canyon Dr. Widening Cost increase, per HBP listing of 3/28/2011 1-15/Los Alamos Rd. Bridge Replacement & Murrieta RIV100106 Widening PM limit change Split project/Schedule Delay (RIV041052 includes WB ramp Moreno Valley RIV041052 SR60/Moreno Beach Dr. IC improvements) Moreno Valley RIV110401 SR60/Moreno Beach Dr. IC New split project (RIV110401 includes EB improvements) Fund source change -federal earmarks and local funds Beaumont RIV050535 SR60/I-10 Jet. Potrero Blvd. IC swapped between PS&E and R/W Cost decrease per current Caltrans' SHOPP Collision Reduction Caltrans RIVLS01 SHOPP Collision Reduction Program Lump Sum Listing ~:i~~@~. Riverside County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP -Amendment No. 8 Approval Date: 7/11/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Murrieta RIV031204 Guava St. Bridge New project in the 2011 FTIP Quadrennial years Riverside Co. RIV071288 Ave. 66 Grade Separation Project Deletion Riverside RIV071269 Third St. Grade Separation Project Deletion Riverside Co. 47520 1-10/Jefferson St. IC Scope change Coachella RIV071246 Ave. 52 Grade Separation Scope change Riverside Co. RIV011232 1-215/Scott Rd. IC Schedule delay Caltrans RIVLS02 SHOPP-Roadway Preservation Cost increase RTA RIV110402 JARC-Extended Service Program New project JARC" Commuter Link Operating RTA RIV110403 Assistance New project Riv. Co. Regional Medical Center-. specialized non-emergency medical RTA RIV110404 transportation program New project JARC & NF Mobility Management and RTA RIV110405 Travel Training Program New project NF-Mobility management and travel training services for Care Connexxus, RTA RIV110410 Inc. New project Riverside RIV090611 Capitalized preventative maintenance New project in the 2011 FTIP Quadrennial years Office Equipment for administrative Riverside RIV090612 offices New project in the 2011 FTIP Quadrennial years Installation of additional CNG slow fill Riverside RIV090613 stations New project in the 2011 FTIP Quadrennial years JARC-Shuttle service for the homeless Sunline Transit Agency RIV110406 seeking employment New project 2011 FTIP -Amendment No. 8 Approval Date: 7/11/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested I JARC and NF-Express service to the I Sunline Transit Agency RIV110407 pass area New project Sun line Transit Agency RIV110408 Rideshare program New project Sun line Transit Agency RIV110409 NF-Taxi voucher program New project ~-{:II nM <+ ---_........,,. ----~-_,,_' ' . ~-l-.:::.•!.1'..'-.c,"" '·'•'~' ·,·!;,·"~" ";.--\'~·.v'>r:;-';<~-''LOV~o -,,. ~-" ~.o. •' • -• Rivorsido County Tronsportorion Commission 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 9 Approval Date: 6/10/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Project split between arterial widening and bridge Date Palm Dr Bridge replacement/widening; arterial widening is listed as Cathedral City RIV070302 Replacement/Widening RIV110501. Date Palm Dr Widening -1-10 to 350' New split project-arterial widening separated from HBP Cathedral City RIV110501 S/0 Varner Rd. bridge replacement/widening. Corona RIV011241 Auto Center Dr. GS Replacement ofTCIF funds with CMAQ. Van Buren Blvd. near March Air Reserve Base-Widening from 4 to 6 Ins for Reprogram of AGENCY R/W funding from FY 2010/2011 to MJPA RIV060121 approx 0.5 miles W/0 1-215 to Barton St. FY 2011/2012. Miles Ave from Coachella Valley Stormwater Chnl to Clinton construct 4- In bridge over channel/widen rd to 4 Ins and on Clinton from Miles Ave to Fred Riverside Co. RIV010221 Waring, widen 3 to 4 Ins. Project completed 4/10/2011. Extend/Construct Clinton Keith Rd (6 Ins total-approx. 3.4 miles) with 2 bridges from Antelope Rd. to Winchester Rd Riverside Co. RIV011236 (SR79). Cost change & schedule delay. Reche Vista Dr. Widening-2 to 4 Ins Riverside Co. RIV041043 (Heacock St/Perris Blvd-Reche Cyn Rd). Schedule delay. Replacement of STPL funds with CMAQ, per Commission Riverside Co. RIV060123 Clay St. Grade Separation action of 6/8/2011. Riverside Co. RIV100103 Pigeon Pass Corridor Addition of STPL funs to Eng in FY 2012/2013. Page No.1 Approval Date: 6/10/2011 Agency Project ID Riverside Co. RIV62015 RCTC RIV041047 Riverside RIV011208 Riverside RIV070703 Palm Desert RIV031208 Riverside Co. RIV100105 Riverside Co. RIV060120 Riverside RIVLS09 CAL TRANS RIVLS01 .... :11·&-a~ ~::~r~.~~·':·~-~~-;::;;:':.•·•·----· Rivcrsido County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 9 Title Change Requested River Rd. Bridge over Santa Ana River- bridge replacement I Project completed 5/10/2011. STIP-TE Grouped Project Listing Van Buren Blvd. Widening-Jackson to Cost decrease to reflect changes to the STIP-TE grouped projects programmed for funding in FY 2010/2011 & FY 2013; reference made to the utilization of toll credits for construction match in FY 2010/2011. Santa Ana River I Project completed 11/2/2010. Replacement of STPL funds with CMAQ in construction, Iowa Ave. GS I per Commission approval of 6/8/2011. DEMO ID CA098 funds moved from 1-10/Jefferson St IC to I 1-10/Monterey Ave. IC Reconfiguration 110/Monterey IC. Cost decrease per final engineers estimate & addition of 1-15 at Indian Truck Tr. IC-Widening of I Prop 1B SLPP competitive funds approved by CTC Indian Truck Trail from 2 to 4 Ins 11/4/2010. Cost decrease per current engineer's estimate; STPL funds added to fill funding gap; Meas A will be used for LONP- TCIF allocation not available; & TEA-21 DEMO ID CA 193 1-215/Van Buren Blvd IC Reconstruction I added for construction. SHOPP-Mandates Program Grouped Project Listing Safety Improvements-SHOPP Collision Reduction Program Grouped project listing Page No.2 Fund source changed to 100% federal for FY 11/12. Cost increase per current Caltrans' SHOPP Collision Reduction Lump Sum Listing. :.:,::-tL~~ .. ·, Riverside County Tronsportorion Commission 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 9 Approval Date: 6/10/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Sunline Transit I Agency RIV070709 I Purchase of 4 expansion buses I Project completion . Page No.3 A.tJta~ --...: .c. ~.>~ • ·"···: :.·. Rlversrdo County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 10 Approval Date: 8/8/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested SB 215 from Blaine Stoff ramp to Blaine St. on ramp, extend the existing lane number 4 (lane drop) to merge with the existing Caltrans RIV090902 lane number 4 at the Blaine St. on ramp. Cost increase and schedule delay. Grouped Project Listing-Safety Caltrans RIVLS08 Improvements for Minor Program Cost increase and schedule delay. Grouped Project Listing -Safety Improvements for SHOPP Mobility Riverside RIVLS10 Program SHOPP FY 11/12 changed to 100% federal funding Approval Date: 7/28/2011 Agency Project ID Beaumont IRIV100101 Calimesa RIV061101 Moreno Valley RIV080914 Palm Springs RIV070306 Rancho Mirage RIV110130 RCTC RIV061162 Riverside RIV070703 Caltrans RIVLS02 RCTC RIV011211 RCTC RIV090601 RTA RIV061109 RTA RIV061113 ::;~~~L'Ir Riverside County Transportalion Commission 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 11 Title SR79 Bypass Ext. North Ph I Calimesa School Pedestrian Walkway Segment 1 Change Requested Project Completion Project Completion Ironwood Ave widening between Heacock St and Perris Blvd Cost change and schedule delay CVAG PM-10 Phase 5 Paving Project Completion Widening of South Bound Monterey Ave. from 2 to 3 lanes from Dinah Shore ·1 Reprogramming of construction year from FY 2011/2012 to Dr to Gerald Ford Dr. FY 2012/2013 Implement UCR lntellishare System {Intelligent shared-use vehicle system) at 2 designated parking spaces Iowa Ave Grade Separation SHOPP Roadway Preservation - Pavement Resurfacing/Rehab Parking structure at N. Main St/E. Grand Blvd in Corona SCRRA Rehabilitation and renovation of track and rolling stock Project Completion Cost Increase Fund source change -100% federal funding Project Completion Cost Increase 1Project Completion Purchase 2 replacement support trucks and purchase 5 replacement support cars Purchase Replacement Shop Equipment Schedule delay Pg. 1 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 11 Approval Date: 7/28/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Purchase ADP Hardware/computer Project Completion RTA RIV061122 equipment Purchase 4 replacement support cars and 4 Project Completion RTA RIV061129 replacement support trucks Purchase bus stop amenities to rehab & Project Completion RTA RIV061131 expand existing stops/shelters Schedule Delay ' RTA RIV061136 Purchase IT office equipment ~ RTA RIV061137 Purchase new shop equipment Schedule Delay i Facilities improvements at existing RTA Schedule Delay I RTA RIV061138 Riverside & Hemet facilities Purchase replacement office furniture for the Project Completion RTA RIV061139 Riverside and Hemet facilities Purchase new air conditioning and heater Project Completion RTA RIV061140 units for maintenance facility RTA RIV061141 Purchase 53 GFI Odyssey fareboxes Project Completion Purchase direct TV & WIFI for commuter link Schedule Delay i RTA RIV061142 for enhanced commuter travel ' Refurbish/recondition 5 existing CNG trolley Project Completion I RTA RIV070706 vehicles to improve reliability Purchase equipment for existing bus stops Project Completion RTA RIV070707 RTA RIV071201 Operating Assistance -FY 08/09 Project Completion Capitalized Preventative Maintenance -FY Project.Completion RTA RIV071202 2008/2009 Purchase 20 replacement Type VII vehicles Project Completion RTA RIV071203 RTA RIV071204 Purchase 8 replacement Type VII buses Project Completion RTA RIV071206 Purchase replacement support vehicles Schedule Delay RTA RIV071207 Purchase rolling stock capital parts Project Completion Purchase Scheduling and runcutting software Cost Change and Schedule Delay RTA RIV071218 for improved operations Debt financing (FY 08/09 portion) for 55 CNG Schedule Delay replacement 40-ft buses purchased in 2001 RTA RIV071219 through the CTFC (FY 09 5307) - Pg.2 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 11 Approval Date: 7/28/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested RTA RIV071284 Operating Assistance -FY 2005/2006 Project Completion RTA RIV080927 Maintenance facility upgrades Schedule Delay Upgrade and replace Oracle servers and Schedule Delay implement a data center server virtualization system in Riverside connected with a live RTA RIV080928 replicated disaster recovery site in Hemet Grouped Projects for Operating Assistance to Schedule Delay RTA RIV090105 non-profit transit agencies RTA RIV090123 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance Schedule Delay ADA Operating Assistance -Fixed route and Project Completion RTA RIV090124 Dial-A-Ride RTA RIV090125 Capital Cost of Contracting Project Completion Debt financing (FY 09/10 portion) for 55 CNG Schedule Delay replacement 40-ft buses purchased in 2001 RTA RIV090126 through the CTFC (FY 10 5307) RTA RIV090127 Bus stop amenities Schedule Delay RTA RIV090603 Operating Assistance-FY 2009/2010 Project Completion RTA RIV090604 Capital Maintenance Spares Schedule Delay Capitalized cost of tire lease-FY 2009/2010 Project Completion RTA RIV090605 RTA RIV090606 Purchase GFI farebox upgrades Schedule Delay RTA RIV090607 Facility maintenance and improvements Schedule Delay Replacement and upgrades of telephone Schedule Delay system and Microsoft exchange server in the RTA RIV090608 Riverside and Hemet facilities RTA RIV110118 Capital maintenance spares Schedule Delay Capitalized cost of tire lease-FY 2010/2011 Schedule Delay RTA RIV110119 RTA RIV110120 Capital maintenance equipment Schedule Delay RTA facility improvements-Riverside facility Schedule Delay RTA RIV110121 Pg.3 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 11 Approval Date: 7/28/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested RTA IRIV990902 I Construct new Perris Multimodal Transit Facility · I Project Completion Pg.4 '·'. ~,~,~~~ ! Riverside County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP -Amendment No. 12 Approval Date: 11/9/2011 Agency I Project ID Title Change Requested Caltrans RIV100605 Corridor Master Plan for 1-10 Minor Change Caltrans RIV100606 Corridor Master Plan for 1-215 Minor Change Caltrans RIVLS12 SHOPP Grouped Listing-Emergency Repairs Cost Increase Caltrans RIVLS01 SHOPP Grouped Listing-Collision Reduction Project limit change Caltrans RIVLS02 SHOPP Grouped Listing-Pavement Resurfacing Cost decrease Indio RIV110831 Jefferson St. Widening-Varner Rd to Sun City Blvd. New split project La Quinta RIV091207 Madison St. at Ave. 54 TS Project Deletion Hwy 11/Frank Sinatra Dr. Intersection Project Deletion-New FTIP ID under SCAG's HSIP various Rancho Mirage RIV091009 Improvements counties grouped listing. Rancho Mirage RIV091203 Monterey Ave. Sand Fencing Project Deletion Palo Verde Transit Agency RIV110802 Operating Assistance-FY 2011/2012 New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP RCTC RIV090601 Metrolink Rehab/Renovation Description Change/Cost decrease FTA 5310-FY 2010 and 2011 Grouped Project Listing from Discretionary funding approved by CTC-New buses and replacement of existing RCTC RIV110828 vehicles or for minor expansion of the fleet New Project FTA 5310-FY 2010 and 2011 Grouped Project Listing from Discretionary funding approved by RCTC RIV110829 CTC-Purchase of computer hardware New Project Purchase five replacement mini-vans for Riverside- RCTC RIV110914 San Bernardino County Indian Health, Inc. New Project Grouped project listing for minor fleet expansion - RCTC RIV110915 FTA 5310 New Project 1 ~~~~~~ Riverside County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP -Amendment No. 12 Approval Date: 11/9/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested RTA RIV071208 Purchase of bus stop maintenance equipment Project Deletion RTA RIV071210 Purchase of new shop tools and equipment Project Deletion Construction of security guard house at existing RTA RIV071212 Hemet and Riverside facilities Project Deletion Rehab and replacement of asphalt at RTA Hemet RTA RIV071215 facility Project Deletion Purchase of 13 40-ft CNG replacement buses for RTA RIV080603 ExpressiBRT service Project Deletion Bus replacement-purchase of ten replacement RTA RIV080604 Type II vans for DAR service Project Description Change I Project Completion Purchase of 19-Type VII replacement buses for fixed route and purchase of solar panels for RTA RIV080929 existing bus shelters Project Deletion Purchase of 17 replacement heavy duty CNG RTA RIV091211 revenue vehicle rolling stock Description change I Cost increase Purchase 24-Type VII replacement buses for RTA RIV110117 existing fixed route service Project Deletion RTA RIV110402 JARC Extended Service Program Cost increase to include administrative fee JARC Operating Assistance for Commuter Link RTA RIV110403 Services-Routes 212 and 217 Cost increase to include administrative fee NF Operating Assistance for Riverside County Regional Medical Center for directly operated RTA RIV110404 transportation services {non-emergency) Cost increase to include administrative fee 2 '~~~~lit Riverside County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP -Amendment No. 12 Approval Date: 11/9/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested JARC and NF Mobility Management and Travel RTA RIV110405 Training Program Cost increase to include administrative fee NF-Driver Sensitivity Training for Care Connexxus, RTA RIV110410 Inc. Cost increase to include administrative fee RTA RIV110814 FY 2011/2012 -Operating Assistance New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Capitalized preventative RTA RIV110815 Maintenance New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP RTA RIV110816 FY 2011/2012 -Capital Cost of Contracting New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Purchase of 33 heavy duty RTA RIV110817 replacement revenue buses New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Purchase of nine E-LO replacement buses for Commuterlink and for contracted fixed RTA RIV110818 routes New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012-Purchase of 17 Type II replacement RTA RIV110819 vehicles for DAR operations New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Purchase of nine relief cars for RTA RIV110820 operations New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Purchase of three replacement RTA RIV110821 trucks for stop and zone operations New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Purchase of spare parts for rolling RTA RIV110822 stock under the bus maintenance program New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP RTA RIV110823 FY 2011/2012 -Capitalized cost of tire lease New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP 3 . ~~'~;:A:.~~ ... Riverside County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP -Amendment No. 12 Approval Date: 11/9/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested FY 2011/2012 -Facility Maintenance and RTA RIV110824 Improvements New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Replacement of 45 revenue vehicles, 21 Type VII for Commuterlink and 24 RTA RIV110830 Type VII for fixed route. New Project FY 2011/2012 -Capitalized preventative City of Riverside RIV110807 Maintenance New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Purchase of four replacement DAR City of Riverside RIV110826 vehicles New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP Sunline Administrative Office and Transit Hub in Sun line Transit Agency RIV071266 Thousand Palms, Ca Cost increase and schedule delay JARC-Shuttle service for the homeless seeking Sunline Transit Agency RIV110406 employment Cost increase to include administrative fee JARC & NF Express service to the pass area with Sun line Transit Agency RIV110407 service to Banning and Beaumont Cost increase to include administrative fee Sun line Transit Agency RIV110408 JARC-Coachella Valley Rideshare program Cost increase to include administrative fee NF-Taxi voucher program for residents age 60 Sun line Transit Agency RIV110409 and over and/or disabled Cost increase to include administrative fee FY 2011/2012 -Capitalized Preventative Sunline Transit Agency RIV110801 Maintenance New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Fixed Route and D-A-R Operating Sunline Transit Agency RIV110803 Assistance New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP Sunline Transit Agency RIV110804 FY 2011/2012 -Bus Rehabilitation New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Purchase of seven replacement Sunline Transit Agency RIV110805 CNG paratransit buses New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP 4 ~!~l'ri?. I Riverside County Tronsportotion Commission 2011 FTIP -Amendment No. 12 Approval Date: 11/9/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Sun line Transit Agency RIV110806 FY 2011/2012-Purchase transit enhancements New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP I Sun line Transit Agency RIV110808 FY 2011/2012-Facility Improvements New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP I Sun line Transit Agency RIV110809 FY 2011/2012-Transit Security Enhancements New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012-Purchase of Ticket Vending Sun line Transit Agency RIV110810 Machine New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012-Implement Intelligent Sun line Transit Agency RIV110811 Transportation System New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012-Technical Transit Planning and Sun line Transit Agency RIV110812 Facility Feasibility Studies New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP FY 2011/2012 -Purchase miscellaneous Sun line Transit Agency RIV110813 maintenance tools and equipment New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP Sun line Transit Agency RIV110827 FY 2011/2012 -Furniture Replacement New Project from 2011/2012 SRTP 5 o:~:~~f;g:;~~ R:fvonidc County Tramporfotion (omm~~~OII 2011 FTIP -Administrtive Modification No. 15 Approval Date: 9/13/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Reprogramming of construction funds to facilitate obligation of federal Corona RIV011241 Auto Center Dr. GS funds utilizing expedited project selection process (EPSP). SR79 Widening from 2 to 4 lanes-Change STPL programmed amount in FY 2010/2011 to match available Riverside Co. 46460 Thompson Rd to Domenigoni Pkwy programming capacity At 1-215/Van Buren Blvd. IC-Reprogramming of STPL funds to facilitate obligation of federal funds in FY Riverside Co. RIV060120 Reconstruction/Widening of IC 2010/2011 -------~-~~~ Approval Date: 6/4/2012 Agency Project ID Calimesa RIV060102 Cathedral City RIV071247 Coachella RIV110825 Corona RIV010209 Corona RIV011237 Corona RIV031203 Corona RIV060107 -- Desert Hot Springs RIV091001 Desert Hot Springs RIV091201 Lake Elsinore ' RIV111203 Moreno Valley RIV080908 Moreno Valley RIV080915 Moreno Valley RIV080917 Moreno Valley RIV080918 Moreno Valley RIV090911 Moreno Valley RIV091004 Palm Springs RIV090402 Rancho Mirage RIV091010 '::.::,,';i;~ .. F~.~ ',"'--. .. . ____ }.~~-~:· .. :~~-:.:__. ~ _: Riverside County Tronsportotfon Cornnllsslon 2011 FTIP/2012 RTP Consistency Amendment No. 24 Title County Line Widening, Signal synchronization along E. Palm Cyn from E. Buddy Rogers to Allen Ave. Widen and construct a new 6-ln bridge over Coachella Stormwater Channel Foothill Parkway Westerly Extension Green River Rd. Widening Widening of Magnolia Ave. Corridor (1-15 to Fulleron). Widening of Main St. between Hidden Valley Pkwy and Parkridge Ave. Indian Ave Widening -Hwy 62 to Mission Lakes Blvd. Indian Ave Widening -Mission Lakes Blvd. and Pierson Blvd. Temescal Canyon Bridge Replacement Gilman Springs Rd. Widening -SR60 to Alessandro Blvd. Ironwood Ave. Widening -Perris Blvd to Nason St. Moreno Beach Dr. Widening -Cactus Ave to Auto Mall Dr. Change Requested Schedule Delay crossing modeling network years Schedule Delay & modeling of project. New split project from RIV061159 (SR86/Ave 50 IC) Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Project Deletion. Project Deletion. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. New HBP project Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Scope change. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Redlands Blvd. Widening-SR60 to Cactus Ave. I Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Kitching St. Widening -Gentian Ave. to Cactus Ave. Cactus Ave. Widening Split project with schedule delay that crosses modeling network years. Schedule Delay Agu.a Caliente Cultural Museum Street and storm ~Scope of work change to reflect gap closure on Dramage Improvements. Hermosa Dr btwn Arenas Rd and Baristo Rd. (modeled project). Monterey Ave. Widening -Hovley Ln West to Park View Dr. Page No.1 Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Approval Date: 6/4/2012 Agency Project ID Riverside Co. RIV011236 Riverside Co. RIV041043 Riverside Co. RIV090903 RCTC RIV031218 Temecula 991203 Temecula 991206 Temecula RIV060113 Temecula RIV060114 Beaumont RIV060115 Palm Desert RIV031208 Palm Desert RIV031209 Riverside County 47520 Indio RIV071254 Indio RIV071252 Indio RIV071253 ~-~-i~~:~0.~.,·!?f?ll-.. '~ Riverside County Transportation Cornntlsslon 2011 FTIP/2012 RTP Consistency Amendment No. 24 Title Clinton Keith Rd. Extension Reche Vista Dr. Widening Cajalco Rd. Widening Mid County Parkway-61n facility btwn 1-215 in Perris East to SR79 in San Jacinto. Overland Dr. Extension -Commerce Center Dr. to Avenida Alvarado/Diaz Rd. intersection. Butterfield Stage Rd. Extensions. Murrieta Creek Bridge (part of Western Bypass Corridor). Western Bypass Corridor Ph I -SR79 South to Rancho California Rd. At 1-10/0ak Valley Pkwy IC-Reconstruct/Widen IC At 1-10/Monterey Ave. IC.-Reconfigure IC. At 1-1 0/Portola Ave. IC-Construct new 6 thru lanes Portola Ave IC from Dinah Shore Dr. to Varner Rd. At 1-10/Jefferson St. IC-Reconstruct, realign, and widen IC. 1-10 at Monroe St. IC-Reconstruct/Widen IC. 1-10 at Jackson St. IC-Reconstruct/Widen IC. Change Requested Schedule delay Schedule delay Clarification on widening from Harvill to 1-215 (6 Ins) Scope of work change based on re-circulated DEIRISDEIS. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. 1-10 at Golf Center Pkwy IC-Reconstruct/Widen I Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. I C. Page No.2 ~--·.:~=;;>~'··!m .. _.~ Riverside County Transportation Cornndsslon 2011 FTIP/2012 RTP Consistency Amendment No. 24 Approval Date: 6/4/2012 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Coachella RIV030901 1-10/McNaughton Pkwy IC-New IC. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Riverside Co. RIV050531 Eastern Bypass/1-15 IC Project Deletion. RCTC RIV071267 i-15 Sbd Co Line to Jet. 1-15/1-215-Hot lanes Scope Change Riverside County RIV62034 1-15/Ciinton Keith Rd. IC- Reconstruction/Widening of OC. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Lake Elsinore RIV010206 1-15/Railroad Cyn Rd. IC & 1-15/Franklin St. - Construct new fuiiiC at Franklin St, Description change to clarify the removal of NB entry reconstruct/widen Franklin St. OC, and and SB exit ramps and replacement with hook ramps. reconstruct/Widen RR Cyn UC. Corona RIV010208 1-15/Cajalco Rd. IC near Corona:. Reconstruct/Realign & Widen. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Corona RIV010207 1-15/0ntario Ave. IC. Project Deletion. Riverside Co. RIV050532 1-15/Schleisman Rd. IC Schedule delay Moreno Valley RIV071241 Graham St. Widening over SR60 Project Deletion. Moreno Valley RIV090117 SR60/Nason St. IC -Widen Nason St OC. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. RCTC RIV120201 SR60 EB & WB truck lanes -Gilam Springs to New project Jack Rabbit Tr. Beaumont RIV050535 SR60 btwn Jack Rabbit Tr & SR60/I-10 Jet-Schedule delay & scope of work updated to indicate Construct new Potrero Blvd. IC in 2 phases. accel/decellanes are aux lanes. Temecula RIV62029 At Hwy 79 So. And La Paz St. Park-N-Ride. Scope change and schedule delay that crosses modeling network years. ----- Page No.3 :~',_,:~t,~.s?ft:li? Rlva.--slde County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP/2012 RTP Consistency Amendment No. 24 Approval Date: 6/4/2012 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Riverside County RIV071279 SR86S/SR1951C. Project Deletion. Coachella RIV071274 SR86/Ave. 52 IC. -New IC. Scope change. Coachella RIV061159 SR86/Ave. 50 IC -Widen and Construct new 4 Split Project and schedule delay that crosses thru lane IC modeling network years. RCTC RIV071250 SR91/1151mprovements. Minor description change. Corona RIV060106 SR91/Serfas Club Dr. IC. Project Deleti.on. Riverside RIV090901 SR91 -Construct EB auxiliary lane from La Sierra Ave. on-ramp to Tyler St. off-ramp. Project Completion. Palm Springs RIV091008 Hwy 11 Widening Scope change RCTC RIV110122 1-215 from Murrieta Hot Springs Rd. to 1-215/1-15 JCT. -construct a 3rd MF Ln SB. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Murrieta RIV100107 1-215/Keller Rd.IC Scope change Riverside County RIV011232 1-215/Scott Rd. IC-Reconstruct/Widen IC. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Riverside County RIV050534 1-215/Newport Rd. IC-Reconstruct Widen IC. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Perris RIV060111 1-215/Ethanac Rd. IC Improvements Scope change -------· - Page No.4 Approval Date: 6/4/2012 Agency Project 10 RCTC IRIV071276 Perris Perris CAL TRANS RCTC RTA Sunline Transit Agency RIV091012 RIV100104 RIV090902 RIV520109 RIV051007 RIV090622 c~,}~~~:~~~,.tg;il, .. ~c~ .. ::-- Riverslde County Tronsportatlon Comndsslon 2011 FTIP/2012 RTP Consistency Amendment No. 24 Title 1-215 from Nuevo Rd. to Box Springs Rd.- Construct 2 HOV lanes. Case Rd/Matthews Rd. at I-2151C -IC reconfiguration 1-215/Piacentia Ave. IC> l-2151mp.-Blaine St off-ramp to 0.3 mi. S/0 MLK Blvd. UC Perris Valley Line Regional Transit Center for mass transit service in Western Riverside County south of SR60 along the 1-215 corridor (PA&ED ONLY). ITS equipment. Page No.5 Change Requested Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. Scope change Project Deletion. Scope change Cost change and schedule delay Description change. Schedule delay crosses modeling network years. "';~]~f'l~ .. " Riverside County Tran~porlotion Commission 2011 FTIP-Administrative Modification No. 17 Approval Date: 10/25/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Ramon Rd. Widening-4 to 6 Ins-Date Reprogramming of construction funding years from FY Cathedral City RIV011212 Palm Dr to Da Vall 2010/2011 to FY 2011/2012 Reprogramming of construction funding year from FY Cathedral City RIV091202 Date Palm Dr. Signal Synchronization 2010/2011 to Fy 2011/2012 Reprogramming of construction funding years from FY Cities & County RIV52001 Pavement Rehabilitation Lump Sum Listing 2010/2011 to FY 2011/2012 Clean Vehicle Acquisition Program Reprogramming of construction funding from FY CVAG RIV090102 (Alternative Fuel Sweepers) 2010/2011 to FY 2013/2014 Reprogramming of construction funding years from FY 2013/2014 to FY 2010/2011 based on federal obligation Corona RIV011241 Auto Center Dr. Grade Separation of 9/22/2011. Reprogramming of construction funding year from FY Desert Hot Springs RIV071236 Western Ave-Scenic Dr. Paving 2010/2011 to Fy 2011/2012 Reprogramming of construction funding year from FY Indio RIV091208 Jackson St TS Interconnect & TS Install. 2010/2011 to FY 2011/2012. Adams St., Miles Ave., & Dune Palms Rd. La Quinta RIV091204 Signal Interconnect Project completion La Quinta RIV091206 Eisenhower Dr Signal Interconnect Project completion Minor cost decrease from $778 to $773 to reflect the Monterey Ave., Country Club Dr., Cook St., actual CMAQ obligation of 8/22/2011 (100% CMAQ Palm Desert RIV071257 & Hwy 111 Signal Interconnect funded project) Minor cost decrease from $693 to $691 to reflect the actual CMAQ obligation of 8/5/2011 (100% CMAQ Palm Desert RIV071262 Hwy 1111mprovements funded project) Gene Autry Tr. Widening from 2 to 6 Ins -Reprogramming of supplemental construction funding Palm Springs RIV010213 1700' S/0 UPRR bridge to Salvia Rd. from FY 2010/2011 to FY 2011/2012. 1 ~~C:i";~·!!iJ:.~c.·;· Riverside County Transportalion Commission 2011 FTIP-Administrative Modification No. 17 Approval Date: 1 0/25/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Perris Perris Blvd. Widening-Ramona Exp to RIV011205 PVSD Technical change Reprogramming of construction funding year from FY Riverside County RIV071259 Mecca Community Roundabout 2012/2013 to FY 2011/2012 RCTC RIV041047 Grouped Project Listing-TE Cost decrease CETAP Corridor-Riverside to Orange County PA&ED & Pre-Design Work in RCTC RIV050301 support of environmental document Studies completed. RCTC RIV62047 SB45 Planning Project completion. Reprogramming of construction funding year from FY Riverside RIV070703 Iowa Ave Grade Separation 2010/2011 to FY 2011/2012. Riverside RIV071271 Street Ave. GS Technical change Reprogramming of construction funding year from FY Riverside RIV090101 Victoria Ave Undergrounding Project 2010/2011 to FY 2011/2012 Riverside RIV061106 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance Project Completion Riverside RIV061107 5 Replacement Alt-Fuel CNG DAR vehicles Project Completion Riverside RIV070704 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance Project Completion Purchase of Replacement Office & Mise Riverside RIV080922 Equipment Project Completion Modeling details removed from project-project is a non Riverside County RIV060124 1-1 0/Sunset Ave. GS capacity exempt project 1-10 at Gene Autry Tr/Palm Dr IC Schedule Delay -Completion Date changed from 5/2/2011 to Riverside County 45580 Improvements 5/1/2012 2 :,~'1~,5':~~ ......... Riverside County Tram.portation Commission 2011 FTIP-Administrative Modification No. 17 Approval Date: 10/25/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Schedule Delay-Completion date changed from Temecula RIV62031 I-15/SR79 So. IC Improvements 12/31/2011 to 12/31/2012. Completion Date from 5/8/2015 to 1/15/2017 & reprogramming of construction funding year from FY 2013/2014 to FY Riverside County RIV050532 1-15/Schleisman Rd IC 2014/2015 Schedule Delay-Completion date changed from 2/27/2015 to Riverside County RIV011233 At 1-15/Limonite Ave IC Improvements 9/14/2015 Riverside County RIV990701 SR60/Valley Way IC Improvements Project Completion SR 79 Widening from 2 to 4 through lanes- Riverside County 46460 Thompson Rd to Domenigoni Pkwy AC Conversion RCTC RIV071250 On SR91/115 Improvements Cost Change and Schedule Delay On SR91 at Van Buren Blvd IC Riverside RIV0084 Improvements Project Completion Caltrans RIV010212 On SR91 -Adams to 60/215 IC-HOV AC Conversion -CMAQ funds obligated in FY 2010/2011 1-215-Murrieta Hot Springs Rd to Scott Rd: Construct a 3rd mixed flow lane in ea RCTC RIV070305 dir Cost Change and Schedule Advance 1-215 from Scott Rd to Nuevo Rd IC: Construct a mixed flow lane in each RCTC RIV070309 direction Schedule Advance Perris Case Road/Matthews Rd. (SR-74) at 1-215 RIV091012 interchange Cost Increase 3 ,,;~~Lt1J1~ ;.,~'-'~-·'~''"~-·o.'..'.v•--:._.•_:,,:, ' .,·.::_~_·,_--.~~-· Riverside (ounly Tron'j.porlation Commission 2011 FTIP-Administrative Modification No. 17 Approval Date: 10/25/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Perris RIV071275 1-215 at Ramona Expwy IC Improvements I Schedule Delay 4 :~·.:l:~':~~~:,S.t" .. Rivorsido County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP-Formal Amendment No. 18 Approval Date: 01/18/2012 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Cities & County RIV031223 Pavement Rehabilitation Lump Sum Listing Project completion. Desert Hot Springs RIV0161161 Essential Road Improvements-Ph Ill New project in the 2011 FTIP years. Riverside County RIV071288 66th Ave. Grade Separation Reinstatement of project in the FTIP. Riverside County RIV111003 Market St Bridge Replacement New HBP funded project. 1-215 -Blaine St SB off -ramp to 0.3 miles E/University Ave UC: Extension of SB Lane # 4 (lane dropt) to 0.3 miles E/0 University Caltrans RIV090902 Ave. UC. Description change. Pavement Resurfacing/Rehab for the State Caltrans RILS13 Hwy System -Grouped Project Usting · Cost increase. Angel View Children Foundation - RCTC RIV090115 Computer Hardware Project deletion. ····-.. tad'*' ~C. ;_, ~--.:~ ~ . River<;ide Counly Trompar1otian Commissior'!' 2011 FTIP-Formal Amendment No. 19 Approval Date: 12/19/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Cathedral City RIV070302 Date Palm Dr. Bridge Replacement/Wid. Reprogramming of funding years Date Palm Dr. over the Whitewater River Cathedral City RIV091011 Widening Reprogramming of funding years Murrieta RIV031204 Guava St. Bridge Reprogramming of funding years Palm Springs RIV031206 S. Palm Canyon Dr. Bridge Replacement Reprogramming of funding years Vista Chino at Whitewater River Bridge Palm Springs RIV090405 Replacement Reprogramming of funding years I Ramon Rd. Widening including bridge Palm Springs RIV110124 replacement of the Whitewater River Bridge Cost increase Palm Springs RIV990727 Indian Canyon Dr. Widening Cost increase Transportation Enhancements Grouped RCTC RIV041047 Listing Cost decrease Riverside RIV070703 Iowa Ave. GS Fund reprogramming HBP-Bridge Replacement (non-capacity Various Agencies RIVOS0201 enhancing} Grouped Listing Cost increase Palm Desert RIV031208 1-10/Monterey Ave. IC Reconfiguration Fund source change Moreno Valley RIV090117 SR60/Nason St. IC improvements Fund source change SR79 Widening-Thompson to Domenigoni Riverside Co. 46460 Pkwy Fund source change Riverside Co. RIV060120 1-215/Van Buren Blvd. IC Improvements Fund source change Caltrans RIVLS10 SHOPP -Mobility Program Grouped Listing Cost change and schedule advance Caltrans RIVLS01 SHOPP -Collision Reduction Grouped Listing Cost change and schedule delay 1 .... ;tsti';J ___ :;-~:;: __ ,_....>:...=_o-_:~_ •• ::_ _ _:_~-_:~ ., Rivmide (ounty Troropar1clion {om~ior: 2011 FTIP-Formal Amendment No. 19 Approval Date: 12/19/2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Caltrans RIVLS02 SHOPP-Pavement Rehab Grouped Listing Fund source change SHOPP -Bridge Rehabilitation Grouped Caltrans RIVLS06 Listing Fund source change RCTC RIV090601 SCRRA Rehabilitation Cost decrease RCTC RIV520109 Perris Valley Line Cost increase Care-A-Van Transit Inc-Purchase of mini RCTC RIV090114 van Project completion 2 ... ,~~,:-,~~ a :,~:;:;.··:'•: Riverside County Transportcrtion Commission 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 20 Approval Date: March 20, 2012 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Change the listing of the streets being rehabilitated under Desert Hot Springs RIV061161 Essential road improvements Ph Ill. Ph Ill. Ramon Rd. Widening-Landau Blvd. to Project Deletion-Duplicate Project (HBP funded- Palm Springs RIV090406 San Luis Rey RIV110124) PFejeEt ~19elate te iREI~ele j9F9199Seel f~ReliRg feF fiRal R-G+G RI~Je~Q~4 SR79 RealigRFReRt elesigR, R/W & E9Rst. RCTC Commuter Rail Systematic RCTC RIV120101 Improvements of Facilities & Equipment New project RTA RIV091211 Vehicle Replacement Combined project-scope of work and cost increase RTA RIV110817 Replacement heavy duty vehicles Project deleted to be combined with RIV091211. Cost change and schedule delay to include SOGR funding RTA RIV110819 Replacement DAR vehicles for additional DAR buses Cost increase to include SOGR funding for the Hemet and RTA RIV110824 Facility Maintenance Riverside facilities 0';i~L\I,.S! ~ :--':'-.,2'.."':.:;~-0::-:...:.o:t.;._~-~--..:o~'}.oi--..:.c._::._:'",-;· Riverside County Tromporlo1ion Commission 2011 FTIP-Administrative Modification No. 21 Approval Date: 2/15/2012 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Riverside County RIV060123 Clay St. GS Cost decrease & schedule delay Various Agencies RIV050201 HBP Lump Sum Projects Cost increase for Bogert Trail Bridge IRCTC RIV090601 SCRRA Rehabilitation Cost decrease IRTA RIV110816 Capital Cost of Contracting-FY 11/12 Fund source change (funding correction) "~\!iiJ~ Riverside County Tran1portotion (ommil!ion 2011 FTIP-Formal Amendment No. 22 Approval Date: 5/1/2012 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Coachella RIV071246 Ave. 52 Grade Separation Scope change to non-capacity project Sun line Transit Agency RIV110102 Replacement Paratransit Vehicles Description change :;·:§~~ILt;,~ c-: '~-:0:-~~~,,::;"~-oC,I!,,-~;::_ '-~~;;·~-;;.:__·• ·:. • • :·;; .:'~ Riverside County Tronsportarion Commission 2011 FTIP-Administrative Modification No. 23 Approval Date: 4/19/2012 Agency I Project ID I Title Change Requested RCTC IRIV070309 11-215 Widening-Scott Rd to Nuevo Rd Fund source change RCTC RIV520111 Western Riverside County Rideshare Program Cost increase to cover additional funding years Approval Date: 6/28/2012 Agency RCTC CAL TRANS CAL TRANS RTA Sun line Transit Agency Sunline Transit Agency ·.•·:rt>>a .. St! ~~~:t":':~~:;':(:,,. ' ·~. Riverside County Tronsportolion Commission 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 25 Project ID Title Change Requested RIV62046 SR 79 Widening/Realignment from DomenigoniiCost increase to include funding for final design, R/W, and Pkwy to Gilman Springs Rd. construction RIVLS01 SHOPP Collision Reduction Lump Sum RIVLS02 SHOPP Roadway Preservation Lump Sum RIV110815 !Capitalized Preventive Maintenance 11-12 RIV110801 !Capitalized Preventive Maintenance 11-12 RIV111206 !American Fuel Cell Hybrid Buses Cost increase Technical change to backup list Minor change to allow FTA 5307 funds for fuel reimbursement Cost increase to include FTA 5307 funding for fuel reimbursement New Project funded by TIGGER Clean Fuel-FTA 5308 H4!1;&-J'~ ~~~-:;-~~;·;~~~~~~.~~ii-.-.;_2·~~ ~;.~~:.~~~ .. 2011 FTIP-Administrative Modification No. 26 Approval Date: 6/13/2012 Agency I Project ID I Title Change Requested Cathedral City RIV091011 Palm Springs RIV090405 Various Agencies RIV050201 Moreno Valley RIV090117 RCTC RIV070308 RCTC RIV070309 Caltrans RIV090902 RCTC RIV120101 RTA RIV110814 Sun line Transit RIV110803 Sunline Transit RIV110805 Sun line Transit RIV110808 Sun line Transit RIV110811 Date Palm Dr. Bridge over the Whitewater River Bridge Widening !Cost increase per HBP listing update of 3/22/2012 Vista Chino at Whitewater River Bridge replacement HBP bridge replacement grouped listing SR60/Nason St IC-Widen Nason St. OC SR91/71 Jet-Replace EB 91 to NB 71 connector w/direct fly-over connector, and re-construct the Green River Rd EB on-ramp 1-215 Widening from Scott to Nuevo 1-215, from Blaine St SB off-ramp to 0.3 miles south of Martin Luther King Blvd Undercrossing, extend the existing lane number 4 (lane drop) to 0.3 miles south of Martin Luther King Blvd Minor change per HBP listing update of 3/22/2012 Reprogramming of funds per HBP listing update of 3/23/2012 Fund source change Schedule delay Fund source change per CTC approval of May 23, 2012 undercrossing I Lead agency change from Caltrans to RCTC RCTC Commuter Rail Systematic Imp. Of Facilities and Equipment; Operating Assistance FY 11/12 Operating Assistance FY 11/12 Purchase seven paratransit replacement buses Facility Improvements at Thousand Palms and Indio facilities Implement Intelligent Transportation System Cost increase Cost increase to fund the temporary shuttle service, Rte. 54 Cost decrease per 2011/2012 SRTP Amendment No. 1 Minor change per 2011/2012 SRTP Amendment No. 1 Minor change per 2011/2012 SRTP Amendment No. 1 Minor description change to clarify that Information Technology is part of the overall ITS project. "~c~j~ ~)tit£2 ·----"_--.: ... ~ -:.-,.-···.;:._-:::_-:.~;~--;_'~-~ Riverside County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP-Formal Amendment No. 27 Approval Date: 8/7/2012 Agency I Project ID Title Change Requested Indio I RIV111202 Ave. 44 Bridge Replacement New project ini the 2011 FTIP RCTC I RIV62024 SR79 Realignment/Widening Fully funded project Sunline Transit RIV110407 JARC & NF Express Svc to the Pass Area Project description change 2011 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 28 Approval Date: 7/30/2012 Agency I Project ID I Title Caltrans IRIV010212 ISR91 HOV Riverside County RIV031202 1-10 BYPASS SOUTH Beaumont RIV050535 SR60/POTRERO BLVD IC Coachella RIV071246 AVE 52 GRADE SEPARATION Riverside County RIV071271 STREETER AVE. GRADE SEPARATION RCTC RIV520109 PERRIS VALLEY LIN£ Caltrans RIVLS01 SHOPP-COLLISION REDUCTION PROGRAM Caltrans RIVLS13 SHOPP-PAVEMENT RESURFACING ~~·· }~~~->Pjj <~ , ~;'c~;e~ "~:::::_ . . -_, . -'"~ Riverside County Transportation Commission Change Requested Cost decrease Description change to make reference to prior Ramsey St. Ext. Cost decrease Reprogramming of funds Cost decrease Reprogramming of funds Cost increase Cost decrease Approval Date: Agency Desert Hot Springs Riverside Riverside County RCTC Beaumont CAL TRANS Palo Verde Transit RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA I RIVERSIDE 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 30 Project ID RIV061161 RIV110116 RIV060124 RIV120201 RIV050535 RIVLS01 RIV120803 RIV091211 RIV120819 RIV120820 RIV120821 RIV120822 RIV120823 RIV120824 RIV120825 RIV120826 RIV120827 RIV120828 RIV120801 Title Essential Road Improvements Ph Ill Quiet Zone X-ing Improvements Sunset Ave. Grade Separation SR60-EB & WB Truck Climbing Lanes from Gilman Springs to W/0 Jack Rabbit Tr. & Shoulder Improvements SR60/Potrero IC SHOPP -Collision Reduction LS Operating Assistance -FY 12/13 Vehicle Replacement Lump Sum Listing Replacement of seven revenue vehicles for contracted operations Purchase of one replacement support vehicle Capital Maintenance Spares -FY 13 Capitalized cost of tire lease-FY 13 Transit Enhancements-FY 13 Purchase of misc. support equipment for routine maintenance-FY 13 Computer and software purchase for agency operations -FY 13 Operating Assistance-FY 12/13 Capitalized preventive maintenance FY 13 Capital cost of contracting-FY 13 Capitalized preventive maintenance FY 13 .'!~1112;~: RivCf~ County Trcnsportation Commission Change Requested Replace 2006 Earmark with STPL Description change-crossings reduced from 14 to 11 Replace 2005 and 2006 Earmarks with STPL Description change to combine Caltrans shoulder improvements with RCTC's truck climbing/descending lanes. Replace 2006 Earmark with STPL Cost increase New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Convert vehicle replacement into lump sum listing New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP >~;,.:;<._ ...-:itC'~{nt:~;~;:~: .. Rivcrsida County Tronspor1ation (ommis'5i01"1 2011 FTIP -Formal Amendment No. 30 Approval Date: Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Lease of Xerox machine to support transit division RIVERSIDE RIV120802 needs New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sun line Transit RIV120804 Operating Assistance-FY 12/13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sun line Transit RIV120805 Capitalized preventive maintenance FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sun line Transit RIV120806 Bus Rehabilitation -FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sunline Transit RIV120807 Purchase of two replacement service trucks-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Facility Improvements of bus yard and parking area Sunline Transit RIV120808 in Thousand Palms-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sun line Transit RIV120809 Transit Enhancements-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Facility Improvements at Thousand Palms and Sunline Transit RIV120810 Indio facilities-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sunline Transit RIV120811 Furniture replacement-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sunline Transit RIV120812 Purchase of various IT equipment-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sun line Transit RIV120813 Purchase of telephone system -FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sun line Transit RIV120814 Purchase of five spare fare boxes-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sun line Transit RIV120815 Ridership survey-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Purchase major replacement maintenance tools Sun line Transit RIV120816 and equipment-FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Fuel provisions allowing a portion of agency fuel cost to be t"reated as a capital maintenance cost- Sun line Transit RIV120817 FY 13 New Project from the 2012/2013 SRTP Sun line Transit RIV120829 Solar panel replacement New project from FY 12 State of Good Repair Grant · ... ,,, •. F£:1.£~ '···--.-,. ;·--·---:'·':·::~r . ·. .. . ·.·. . . .. - Riverside County T.-onsportotion Commission 2011 FTIP-Administrative Modification No. 32 Approval Date: Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Riverside RIV070702 Iowa Ave. Grade Separation Funding increase Riverside County RIV031202 1-10 Bypass South Cost increase and funding reprogramming Riverside County RIV060123 Clay Street Grade Separation Cost increase RCTC RIV041047 Transportation Enhancements-Lump Sum Listing Reprogramming RCTC RIV62024 SR79 Realignment/Widening Technical Change RCTC RIVS20109 Perris Valley Line Cost increase RCTC RIVS20111 Continuing Rideshare Program Cost increase 2013 FTIP AMENDMENT/ADMINISTRATIVE MODIFICATION SCHEDULE Due Date (by Noon) Amendments Administrative Modifications Tuesday, October 22, 2012 Amendment #13-01 I I Note: Database available on September 17,2012 Tuesday, November 27, 2012 I ramlnsnrative tvloarr,cabon ~j 3-02 I ruesday, January 8, 2013 I Amendment #13-03 ~Tuesday, February 5, 2013 II I Administrative Modification #13-04 ruesday, March 5, 2013 I Amendment #13~5 I I ~Tuesday April2, 2013 I I Administrative Modffication #13-06 AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2012 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Senior Staff Analyst SUBJECT: Draft Federal Fiscal Year 2012/2013 Obligation Plan STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Each year, states are allocated federal STP and CMAQ funds that are suballocated to the regions (or counties) based on the specific funding distributions for each fund source. Caltrans requires each region to prepare an obligation plan that identifies each project that is scheduled for obligation in the current fiscal year. This plan provides critical information to RCTC on the need to develop contingency plans, such as loans between regions or project substitution, based on the target amount of federal funds that needs to be obligated during the fiscal year. Likewise, the plan allows Caltrans to monitor the rate of obligations and develop contingency plans for use of any funds that may not be obligated at a statewide level. The expectation is for each region to obligate 1 00% of its STP and CMAQ allocations or Obligation Authority (OA). Regions have until April 1st of each year to obligate their annual OA target, after which the OA becomes available for use by other regions within the state. If the state as a whole does not use all of the OA, then the unobligated balance will return to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) for redistribution to other states that have obligated 100% of the OA. This is an opportunity that allows states to obligate more federal funding than initially received. This is referred to as "August Redistribution." Therefore, while some projects simply can not obligate earlier than the schedule allows because of issues such as environmental or right of way certification requirements, staff encourages agencies to obligate as early as possible. This increases the likelihood that there will be OA available for the project in the current fiscal year and may even bring more OA for Riverside County agencies than originally anticipated. The draft FFY 2012/2013 Obligation Plan reflects the schedules provided by the local agencies through the July 2012 Project Milestone Report updates in Fund Track. Please let me know if your projects experience schedule delays and/or advancements so I can update the obligation plan accordingly. Attachment: Draft FFY 2012/2013 Obligation Plan DRAFT FFV 2012/2013 OBLIGATION PLAN , .. <•449& .... ·. .. :· :±c,;;~·-'\f'o:· Riverside CoiJnfylmnsporlation Commission RFASubm. To Agency FTIP 10 Project Location Project Scope/Description Caltrans D-8 RSTP CMAQ STIP Remarks RCTC RIV520111 In Riverside County Rideshare Program 10/1/2012 $2,700,000 RFA Oct 2012 Env. Revalidation is underway for parcels not included in initial Env. Doc. Revalidation expected in mid-August 2012. County will resubmit RFA at Riverside County RIV060123 Clay St GS Clay St GS 10/1/2012 $12,829,000 12,500,000 that time. Cons RFA submitted to Local Jackson St signal Assistance on 7/5/2012 -E76 Indio RIV091208 synch Jackson St signal synch 8/1/2012 $332,000 pending new OA for FY 12/13. . Cons in 2012/2013-TCIF Coachella RIV071246 Ave. 52 GS Ave. 52 GS 9/1/2012 $7,818,000 10,000,000 funded deadline. RFA for construction to obligate CMAQ, RSTP and Palm Desert RIV031208 1-10 at Monterey Ave IC 1-10 at Monterey Ave IC 1/15/2013 $378,000 $2,069,000 DEMO Earmark is Jan 2013. Free rt-Fred RFA for cons scheduled for Palm Desert RIV071243 Waring/111 Free rt-Fred Waring/111 8/1/2012 $531,000 2/1/2013. Submit transfer request Sep 2012. Could be up to $32M RCTC RIV520109 Perris Valley Line Perris Valley Line 9/15/2012 $14,829,000 52,978,000 depending on transfer timing. Caltrans will submit PA&ED SR-60 Truck Climbing RFA in Oct 2012 (after 11-30 Caltrans/RCTC RIV120201 Lane SR-60 Truck Climbing Lane 9/1/2012 $3,006,000 approval). 1 RFASubm. To Agency FTIP ID Project Location Project Scope/Description Caltrans D-8 RSTP CMAQ STIP Remarks As of 8/20/2012, RFA for cons at Caltrans pending approval- Ramon Road E76 on hold until FY 12/13 OA Cathedral City RIV52001 Improvements Ramon Road Improvements 7/1/2012 $408,000 is available. RFA for cons at Caltrans pending approval as of 8/20/2012-E76 on hold until Moreno Valley RIV090117 SR-60/Nason OC SR-60/Nason OC 7/1/2012 $6,100,000 FY 12/13 OA is available. RFA for cons at Caltrans HQs pending approval as of RCTC RIV090902 1-215 Blaine to MLK 1-215 Blaine to MLK 9/15/2012 $2,000,000 8/20/2012. Magnolia & El Camino Corona RIV041047 Ave TE project 9/1/2012 $943,000 Start of cons is 12/1/2012 Monterey Ave. SB RFA for cons scheduled for Widening-Dinah Shore 2/1/2013, per July 2012 Rancho Mirage RIV110130 to Gerald Ford Arterial widening 2/1/2013 $850,000 Project Milestore Report. Greenway Corridor STIP TE funds replaced with RCTC RIV041047 Project for the PVL TE project 12/1/2013 $1,113,212 STP Riverside County RIV071278 Magnolia Ave. GS Grade Separation TBD by Agency $16,400,000 13,700,000 TCIF funded project. Traffic Management Palm Springs RIV071258 Ctr TMC 4/1/2013 $1,644,000 CVAG CMAQ funded project CMAQ funds prog for Eng in 12/13. $950K 2009 AAA Riverside County RIV071288 Ave 66 GS GS TBD by Agency $350,000 earmark prog for Eng in 12/13. TCIF funded project-cons in Riverside County RIV071285 Ave 56 GS GS TBD by Agency 10,000,000 12/13 Farrell Dr RT Ln @Vista Palm Springs RIV091205 Chino Channelization improvements TBD by Agency $369,000 CVAG CMAQ funded project 2 RFA~ubm. To Agency FTIP ID Project Location Project Scope/Description Caltrans D-8 RSTP CMAQ STIP Remarks R~A for cons scheduled for Riverside RIV110116 Quiet Zone X-ing Imp Crossing improvements TBD by Agency $7,000,000 2/1/2013. Perris RIV011205 Perris Blvd. Widening Arterial widening TBD by Agency $2,388,000 TOTAL ' $21 '180,212 $62,877 ,()00 99,178,000 --------------- 3 AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2012 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: Prop 1 B State-Local Partnership Formula Program -Programming Status STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the TAC receive and file this item. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At the March and July 2012 meetings, the Commission approved programming Proposition 1 B (Prop 1 B) State-Local Partnership Program Formula funds. Subsequent programming actions involve the submittal of the projects to the California Transportation Commission (CTC) for programming, submittal of the environmental documents to the CTC for a "Future Consideration of Funding" action, and an allocation request submittal at the time the project is ready for construction. These actions can occur simultaneously or subsequently. The following table represents the actions taken to date, and the subsequent actions that are pending: Coachella Valley SLPP Formula projects: Agency Project Description SLPP CTC CTC Future CTC Formula Programming Consideration Allocation Amount Date of Funding Date $ (OOO's) Date Palm Desert Monterey Av IC and $ 2,800 Loop Ramp Indio Varner Road/Jefferson St $ 4,500 Aug 22, 2012 Intersection Indio Monroe St widening and $ 2,750' Aug 22, 2012 Aug 22, 2012 Oct 24, 2012 intersection improve. Riverside Fred Waring Dr -median $ 8,000 County widening Indian Wells Hwy 111 /Cook St $ 3,100 widening and intersection Aug 22, 2012 improvements La Quinta Hwy 111/Washington St $ 566 intersection improvements W t C t SLPP F es ern ounty ormu a projects: Corona Foothill Pkwy $ 7,000 Aug 22, 2012 Extension RCTC SR-91 CIP $30,000 Sep 27, 2012 Dec 2012 (est.) Agencies are reminded to submit the environmental document and programming request by October 15th in order to have the programming and future consideration of funding actions taken by the December 5, 2012 CTC meeting. Allocation requests are to be submitted upon completion of all project development phases (PA&ED, PS&E certification, and r/w certification). Agencies are not allowed to advertise until Caltrans provides them a "Notice to Proceed" after CTC allocates the funds. Prop 1 B funds will expire on December 31, 2013. The CTC is requiring all CTC allocation requests to be submitted by April 2013 in order to approve the allocation at the June 2013 CTC meeting. Therefore, RCTC urges all agencies to submit the allocation requests to Caltrans/CTC by February 2013 to prevent funds from lapsing. AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. AGENDA ITEM 11 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11.