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02 February 4, 2013 Technical Advisory CommitteeTIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 a.m. February 4, 2013 Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3`d 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 Ken Bell, City of Indian Wells 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 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 Bob Moehling, City of Murrieta 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, CVAG Bill Simons, City of Cathedral City Ruthanne Taylor -Berger, WRCOG Bill Thompson, City of Norco Mike Thornton, City of Calimesa Sean Yeung, Caltrans District 8 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* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. TIME: 10:00 a.m. DATE: February 4, 2013 LOCATION: 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 December 10, 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. Election of Officers 6. SB 821 Ca11 for Projects (Verbal Presentation) 7. Mid County Parkway (Verbal Presentation) 8. SR79 Realignment Public Meetings (Verbal Presentation) 9. Federal STP Ca11 for Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Projects (Attachment) 10. Federal Fiscal Year 2012/13 Obligation Plan Revised (Attachment) 11. 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Update (Attachment) 12. Local Assistance Update (Verbal Presentation) 13. January Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 14. Other Business 15. Adjournment (The next meeting will be March 18, 2013 in Riverside.) 4-. e AGENCY I TAC MEMBER BANNING I DUANE BURK Director of Public Works BEAUMONT IKISHEN PRATHIVADI Assistant Director of Public Works BLYTHE IJIM RODKEY Public Works Director CVAG MIKE SHOBERG Transportation Program Manager CALIMESA TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE February 4, 2013 I ALTERNATE PRINT NAME IKahono Oei i l(C\, hoN o 0 t{\ I Kevin Hughes Kevin Nelson Assistant Public Works Director Allyn Waggle Deputy Director Bob French e I SIGNATURE QJ>--J MIKE THORNTON City Engineer Public Works Director t"1t~c.. Tu.o-c.tJ~ ~/?~ CAL TRANS i SEAN YEUNG Local Assistance CANYON LAKE 1 HABIB MOTLAGH I Bill Mosby {fan 'fe VJ75 J-'J-;r--_ Hity Engineer CATHEDRALCITY f811..~s1~0Ns--.------+--------~ ~ t/ ( ~~"t~ I~~ > llntenm City Engineer I ____ _ ' COACHELLA--boNATHAN HOY I Maritza Martinez 1 I t ! City Enginee~----- ---Jnterim Publ~ Works Director I j op.JA'!\-\M-.) ~i_+-CORONA - -I KIP FIELD f~be.rt Mo~1~ . I ~· , ' '"""-----. I Acting Public Works Director ! Pnnc1pal C1v1I Engineer. /. ;---t:;6En.r ~. ""'"' I 11 -----+----"'--'4-"' ~~~~sHOT _____ IHALGOLDENB-ERG - ---r~~~:~~:l~~~g:----------·-·------------i I I ' ' .... e EASTVALE GEORGE ALVAREZ City Engineer ~ ~-,) -,·.,--;.\. _,--~\ ... ," ' >:::.:_.' ",-.-~'f' .---,--i,_,_ (< __ , HEMET JORGE BIAGIONI Engineering Director/City Engineer INDIAN WELLS IKEN BELL Interim Public Works Director INDIO GRANT EKLUND I Public Works Director/City Engineer I JURUPA VALLEY LA QUINTA TIMOTHY JONASSON Public Works Director/City Engineer -------------LAKE ELSINORE KEN SEUMALO , City Engineer I ----IBON ALLISON J:>1IA~i-J MENIFEE Public Works Director/ .$bl'\\1\'f I City Engineer MORENO VALLEY ·AHMAD ANSARI Public Works Director/City Engineer I MURRIE~-~B MOEHLING ---1 Engineering Manager -------------NORCO BILL THOMPSON Director of Public Works I ! TECHNICAL ADV.,RY COMMITTEE February 4, 2013 DIANE NGUYEN Transportation Program manager •' Victor Monz Principal Engineer Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II Tom Rafferty I b't.1rJVf" ~;<.Li) IJ 1> Principal Civil Engineer ----Niell ~'ielterson-3 ( ~'6(1 ,NI C:Kf 1)(1 f y (hnlt;Y. i.fiij111«'{ :bf'-c;n ;Jtc;</1111ey j{tf>IJ f~AlO --Melt 3iti1011elli Eric Lewis, Transportation U,W1 & Division Manager/City Traffic Engineer AND Prem Kumar, Deputy Public Works Director -:3 "="PF--~\ "ii.\ ~'2/ c_ \? M.A.-tJ ~ b~ Lori Askew Sr. Engineer e ~ ---/) ~ndf-~ :;:l~L.£--. I I UJn'J.k~ I ..... e PALM DESERT BO CHEN iL-City Engineer PALM SPRINGS DAVE BARAKIAN Director of Public Works/ City Engineer PERRIS HABIB MOTLAGH // City Engineer RTA rrW -GORDON ROBINSON Director of Planning RANCHO MIRAGE BRUCE HARRY Director of Public Works RIVERSIDE TOM BOYD Public Works Director RIVERSIDE COi nv JUAN PEREZ ) .......... Director of Transportation SAN JACINTO HABIB MOTLAGH ~ City Engineer SUN LINE JOE FORGIARINI Director of Transit Planning TEMECULA iJ, GREG BUTLER :Pirector of Public Works WILDOMAR TIM D'ZMURA Director of Public Works and City Engineer WRCOG RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER Deputy Executive Director TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE February 4, 2013 Mark Diercks Transportation Engineer -g'O Cttt~ Marcus Fuller Kathy Thomas Senior Planner Randy Viegas Project Manager ~Q..VC4~ Farshid Mohammadirl 8'-._51 ·"eeJ1 ':) ·(V\ • !4rsL5J flf\o~a (Vl{YL~ ('f\~ IV\.~~, Patty Romo Deputy Director of Transportation Amer Attar Principal Engineer ------~--------Diane Nguyen I Transportation Program Manager I I ----~onna Dean Program Manager I e 1'6~ --...--.. I 4 \~l ~ ~~ ------------ ' e AGENCY ~c... Tc... ~-re: TECHNICAL ADv9:>RY COMMITTEE February 4, 2013 NAME TELEPHONE OR E-MAIL t 1YL /) l /{r>i,k_ E" fJd-toJ.i. Q 12c re...' or" ../ r· /Ji // /, ~{{~A--vb~+e.L @ rofc.. . .r-17 e C:o1.1wf'( af R.:vusr'd ~ IZ.o'f ,A/ ul/ r t'lll ti @ If' c.-1-1111a . '""f f,u~<S' I)~ Vl/\A.a.. ?SQ;,_.,_ . ok~tJJR.CoG .. Ca::;.Cfl-, U$ ·~ KC-Tc_ Gr4 cc:-4-f vo...y.ff'~ ! lAE A-ssoc/1J1eJ1 J.-n c..-Fred IJ LA.'lrJ o LA o Jv_ f'red/).@ LAE"NMM-f ~. CtrJ?'1 -~--· ----~-----1 I ·------------]! ----~ ·--1-' I . ---1 -I -·-1 -------1------------f--------I -1----------------------t----------I ----------------1 --r-1 I I I l __ ---- MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, December 10, 2012 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order at 10:05 a.m. at Beaumont City Hall, Conference Room #2, 550 East Sixth Street, Beaumont, CA 92223. 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: Others Present: Don Allison, City of Menifee George Alvarez, City of Eastvale Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Greg Butler, City of Temecula Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert Bob French, City of Calimesa Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Kevin Hughes, City of Beaumont Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley Bob Moehling, City of Murrieta Victor Monz, City of Hemet Robert Morin, City of Corona Tom Rafferty, City of Indio Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Michael Shoberg, CVAG Bill Simons, City of Cathedral City Mike Thornton, City of Calimesa Sean Yeung, Caltrans District 8 Grace Alvarez, RCTC Brad Brophy, City of Canyon Lake, Perris, San Jacinto Ruben Castaneda, City of Eastvale Kelsey DeForge, City of Beaumont Eric DeHate, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Rafael Martinez, City of Corona Shirley Medina, RCTC Roy Null, County of Riverside Eric Weck, City of Indio Technical Advisory Committee Meeting December 10, 2012 Page 2 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Greg Butler, City of Temecula, and Michael Shoberg, CVAG, were inadvertently omitted as attendees at the September 17 TAC meeting; otherwise, minutes were approved as submitted. 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5.. ELECTION OF OFFICERS The election of officers was tabled to the next TAC meeting — February 4, 2013. 6. STATUS OF PROJECTS SELECTED FOR STATE -LOCAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (SLPP) FORMULA FUNDS Shirley Medina, RCTC, stated that the balance of the Proposition 1 B SLPP funds slated for Riverside County were programmed. Coachella Valley Association of Governments nominated the projects on the east and RCTC nominated the projects on the west. The western county projects are the 91 CIP, Foothill Parkway in Corona, and Murrieta's I-15/Los Alamos. The eastern county projects are Monterey IC/Loop Ramp, Palm Desert; Varner Road in Indio; Monroe Road in Indio; Fred Waring in County of Riverside; Highway 111 in Indian Wells; and Highway 111/Washington in La Quinta. The funds for these projects need to be ready to go to construction in April so they can be allocated by the June CTC meeting. The SLPP Formula Programming table attached to the staff report indicates the action dates. If the funds are not allocated by the June meeting, they will expire. 7. CITY OF BEAUMONT REPROGRAMMING REQUEST Ms. Medina reported that the City of Beaumont submitted a project originally for transportation enhancement funds for its San Timoteo Canyon Bike and Pedestrian Facilities. The project has been delayed with right of way negotiations with the Union Pacific Railroad; therefore, the city is proposing reprogramming STPL (formerly Transportation Enhancement funds) to its SR-60/Potrero Boulevard Interchange, Phase I. M/S/C (Hughes/Rafferty) to approve the city's request as proposed. 8. FEDERAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM — REHABILITATION PROJECTS Shirley Medina stated that with MAP 21, there is a two-year transportation bill with two years of federal funding coming forward. Caltrans is still working with Federal Highways for the distribution of MAP 21. She further stated that staff is looking at an STP rehab programming cycle, with Commission approval expected in the spring of 2013. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting December 10, 2012 Page 3 She requested 3 volunteers to form a subcommittee to draft a call. Volunteers were: Tom Boyd Greg Butler Bruce Harry 9. FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2012/13 OBLIGATION DELIVERY PLAN Shirley Medina introduced Eric DeHate, RCTC's staff analyst. Mr. DeHate stated that RCTC needs to prepare the federal obligation plan of CMAQ and STPL funds annually and submit this plan to Caltrans. The obligation plan helps to identify key projects along with contingency plans if those projects are not able to move forward. This plan also helps Caltrans monitor projects to develop contingency plans on a statewide level if not obligated by April 1. Regions have until April 1 to obligate their obligation authority (OA). If not obligated, the funds may become available to other regions within the state. If OA is not 100% obligated in the state, the funds would return to FHWA to be distributed to other states in what is known as "August Redistribution." Regions that are capable of obligating 100% of their OA may be eligible for additional OA after April 1. Last year, the state as a whole received an additional $200 million in OA from the August Redistribution. Mr. DeHate further stated that while RCTC understands that agencies cannot obligate earlier than their schedule allows, RCTC does encourage agencies to obligate as programmed. Shirley Medina encouraged jurisdictions to review the obligation plan and let RCTC know if submittal dates cannot be met so that other projects may be delivered. 10. FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (FTIP) UPDATE Grace Alvarez, RCTC, presented the final report on the 2011 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP), also referred to as the short-range transportation program. The 2011 FTIP cycle is set to expire on December 17 when the 2013 FTIP is scheduled to be approved. As of November 27, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has processed 38 amendments to the 2011 FTIP of which RCTC participated in 28 amendments totaling 514 projects. The 2011 FTIP amendment activity level decreased by 5.69% from the 2008 FTIP that included 545 project changes at the end of its life cycle. Ms. Alvarez further stated that as of December 10, all 38 amendments have been approved and the project listings are posted in SCAG's website as.well as in RCTC's fundtrack. Grace said that now that regions are transitioning to the 2013 FTIP, SCAG has processed two amendments to the 2013 FTIP — one formal amendment and one administrative modification in anticipation of 2013 FTIP approval December 17. The project changes in these two amendments include changes that took place subsequent to the submittal of the 2013 FTIP to SCAG, which brings Technical Advisory Committee Meeting December 10, 2012 Page 4 the 2013 FTIP up to date. Anticipated approval for the two amendments is the end of January 2013 for the formal amendment and mid -January 2013 for the administrative modifications. The staff report includes summaries of the 2011 FTIP amendments and project changes listing as well as the 2013 FTIP amendment calendar up to April 2013. 11. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Sean Yeung, Caltrans Local Assistance, emphasized the importance of the Obligation Authority Delivery Plan agenda item presented by Eric DeHate. He also encouraged the local agencies to invoice on a regular basis to prevent projects from becoming inactive. Mr. Yeung also updated the TAC on the upcoming deadline of September 30, 2013 for completion of ARRA funded projects. Shirley Medina asked Sean how the new MAP-21 requirements impact the CMAQ funded projects. Sean responded that under the new MAP-21 federal authorization, the air districts need to provide a certification letter that CMAQ projects have PM 2.5 benefits. However, this requirement will have to wait until guidance is in place. In the meantime, Sean directed project sponsors to continue processing Request for Authorizations (RFAs) under SAFETEA-LU guidance. Another change under MAP-21 is to code PM 2.5 projects with the new M003 CMAQ code. Ms. Medina also mentioned that RCTC staff and Riverside County staff have been submitting right of way RFA's and that Caltrans Local Assistance staff required that the RFAs for right-of-way acquisition be separated from the right-of-way utility relocation. Depending on which RFA gets to Headquarters first (utility or acquisition) will set the reimbursement ratio, which could have a negative impact on the second one that is submitted to Headquarters. Mr. Yeung responded that the separation of the right-of-way into property acquisition and utility relocation is established in the procedure manual. 12. NOVEMBER COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Shirley Medina reported that Juan Perez presented the Commission with an I-10 emergency action plan for the Pass Area. The I-10 emergency action plan is a combined County of Riverside, Caltrans, and CHP effort to identify alternative routes and other types of solutions to help motorists along the I- 10 during highway accidents and/or other highway emergencies. There was a resolution considering the SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project. The environmental impact report so the environmental side is done. It was done in four years. The construction award contract was approved for the SR-60, Blaine Street to Martin Luther King. The project did not come in under bid — it was slightly over, which may be a trend or it may also be that the project was so small that it was hard to get competitive bids. There were two bids received. Ms. Medina also reported that regarding the SR-79 realignment project, additional funds were approved to complete the environmental phase. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting December 10, 2012 Page 5 There was a ribbon cutting ceremony/groundbreaking ceremony for the I-215 widening, Murrieta Hot Springs to Scott (completed) and the upcoming segment from Scott to Nuevo which is just about to start construction. The SR-91 HOV project is continuing. Bruce Harry asked how the Measure A audits were coming along. Ms. Medina indicated that the Measure A audits were underway and that RCTC would get back to him regarding Rancho Mirage's audit. 13. OTHER BUSINESS Due to holidays and availability of a Beaumont conference room, a revised 2013 TAC meeting schedule will be sent to the TAC. Item completed — Revised 2013 TAC scheduled emailed to TAC members on December 11, 2012. 14. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:08 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Shirley Medina Programming and Planning Manager AGENDA ITEM 6 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 6. AGENDA ITEM 7 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 7. WHERE ISTHE DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENT AVAILABLE? The Recirculated Draft EIR/Supplemental Draft EIS is available at the locations below and also on the internet at: www.midcountyparkway.org. RCTC Moreno Valley 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Public Library Riverside, CA 9250 I 25480 Alessandro Boulevard Caltrans District 8 464 West 4th Street San Bernardino, CA 9240 I Federal Highway Administration 650 Capitol Mall, Suite 4-1 00 Sacramento, CA 95814-4708 Moreno Valley, CA 92553 Perris Public Library 163 E. San Jacinto Avenue Perris, CA 92570 San jacinto Public Library 500 Idyllwild Drive San Jacinto, CA 92583 For individuals with sensory disabilities, please contact us to discuss availability of the Recirculated Draft EIR!Supplemental Draft EIS in alternate formats. Please call or write to: Ms. Cathy Bechtel, RCTC P.O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502-2208 (951) 787-7141 WHO CAN I CONTACT ABOUT THE MID COUNTY PARKWAY PROJECT? If you have comments or questions about the Mid County Parkway, email us at our website at www.midcountyparkway.org or call Cathy Bechtel, Project Development Director for RCTC at 951-787-7141. 0 VIJO:r:J:Jn!SAW!Nitld V'J 301S83AI8 Ol\fd 3~\flSOd sn liVVIJ SSVl'J .LSI:::ll::l 03.LI:::lOS38d HOW AND WHEN WILL RCTC ACQUIRETHE PROPERTY NEEDEDTO BUILDTHE MID COUNTY PARKWAY? Right of way will be acquired close to the time of construction. RCTC must follow public laws and processes to purchase the prop-erty needed for the Mid County Parkway. Appraisals will be done near the time of needed acquisition and fair market value for the land will be offered. RCTC will work with the property owner to reach a fair price. WHO ARE THE AGENCIES EVALUATING THE PROJECT ANDWHATARETHEIR ROLES? At the local level, RCTC is the lead transportation agency. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the State of California Department ofTransportation (Caltrans) are the federal and state transportation agencies. Each agency has different responsibilities. RCTC is the lead agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). FHWA is the lead agency under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), in cooperation with Caltrans. In addition, through the agency partnership agreement for the project, Federal and State resource agencies have been involved in the development of the alternatives and review of the environmental studies. This cooperative effort meets the spirit of the Environmental Streamlining Executive Order that came about as a result of the Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP), a regionwide planning effort to ensure mobility and protect the environment. ---RiferY!tCounrylrllllpOI1alion(ommiuion "¥-'~'iJJ sr~~ ~ ... l ft u '"S" 0 w 2' "' ~ ~ "'-s,. .! ~L PRO~~rSo' ~ U. 5. Department of Transportation {"..,.Federal Highway Ado:Unistration B9 ~ lbltranl m US Army Col'ps of Engineers. aozz-zosz6 v-:J ·~p,s.J<M!~ aooz1 xos ·oa WHAT IS THE MID COUNTY PARKWAY PROJECT? The Mid County Parkway project is a proposed 16-mile transportation corridor designed to relieve local and regional traffic congestion between the cities of San Jacinto and Perris and surrounding Riverside County communities. The corridor was identified as part of the Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP), a regionwide planning effort to ensure mobility and protect the environment and quality of life as our area continues to grow. WHY IS THE MID COUNTY PARKWAY NEEDED? In western Riverside County, another east-west transportation link such as the Mid County Parkway is essential to reduce congestion and maintain and enhance the quality of life. The Mid County Parkway will provide logical connections with north-south corridors including the SR-79 and the 1-215. It will also provide more convenient access to multimodal bus and rail facilities in the city of Perris, including the new Perris Valley Line, Metrolink service that will connect Perris to Riverside. Without the Mid County Parkway, travel times from SR-79 to 1-215 are expected to be more than 44 minutes in 2040. With the Mid County Parkway, those travel times will be 15 minutes. ---Volume 8: January 20 13 Riverside County Tronsporto1ion Commission J)[Mn ? MID COUNTY PARKWAY WHAT'S NEXT FOR THE MID COUNTY PARKWAY PROJECT? The studies for the Mid County Parkway are now complete. The Recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report/Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (Recirculated Draft EIR/ Supplemental Draft EIS) describes alternatives for the project, the impacts from each of the alternatives, and the proposed avoidance, minimization and/or mitigation measures for these impacts. During the public circulation of the environmental document, the studies are available on-line at www.midcountyparkway.org and at a number of public libraries and government offices (see page 4). PUBLIC HEARING: An open house style public hearing on the Recirculated Draft El R/ Supplemental Draft EIS is scheduled for February 20, 2013. There will be no formal presentation at this meeting, however, the public is invited to make oral comments to a court reporter. Written comments will be accepted at the meeting and throughout the public comment period ending on March II, 20 13. February 20, 2013, 5:00-8:00p.m. Lakeside Middle School 27720 Walnut Street, Perris, CA 92571 After comments are received from the public and the participat-ing agencies, FHWA, Caltrans, and RCTC will prepare a Final EIR/EIS. The Final EIR/EIS will include responses to the comments received on the Recirculated Draft EIR/Supplemental Draft EIS. ALTERNATIVE 4 MODIFIED: NORTH PERRIS (DRAIN) --------- -____ ..._..,. ALTERNATIVE 5 MODIFIED: COMMON TO ALL SOUTH PERRIS (RIDER STREET) ALTERNATIVE 9 MODIFIED: PLACENTIA AVENUE ••••••••••••• The alternatives for building the project all propose a divided highway with on and off ramps and three lanes in each direction. There are also freeway-to-freeway type interchanges at 1-215 and at SR-79. The 1-215 will also be improved in the area to avoid congestion as a result of the new connection. All of the alternatives share a common alignment from Evans Road to SR-79, identified in green on the map above. In areas where the alignment is located on the Ramona Expressway, the Ramona Expressway is replaced by the Mid County Parkway. All of the alternatives also include two design variations: the San jacinto River Bridge Design Variation and San Jacinto North Design Variation. Under the San Jacinto Bridge Design Variation, a different bridge configuration is considered at the San Jacinto River in the Lakeview-Nuevo area. Under the San jacinto North Design Variation, the route diverges from the proposed alignment near Warren Road and proceeds east approximately I ,000 feet north of the existing Ramona Expressway. 00 c:) c:) Proposed Connections The differences in the alternatives are shown on the map in orange above and are described further below: Alternative 4 Modified: North Perris (Drain) is approximately 16.3 miles long and follows a northern alignment through the city of Perris adjacent to the Perris Drain with an approximately 1.8-mile bridge along the Perris Valley Storm Drain. Alternative 5 Modified: South Perris (Rider Street) is approximately 15.2 miles long and follows a central alignment through the city of Perris along Rider Street. Alternative 9 Modified: Placentia Avenue is approximately 14.3 miles long and follows a southerly alignment through the city of Perris along/near PlacentiaAvenue and includes a depressed section approximately I mile long between Barrett Avenue and Wilson Avenue. MODIFICATIONS TO THE MID COUNTY PARKWAY PROJECT In October 2008, a Draft EIR/EIS was released These comments helped focus the project to evaluating the alternatives for the Mid County make the best use of limited transportation Parkway, originally proposed as a 32-mile corridor dollars while addressing the most immediate traffic stretching from San Jacinto through Perris to Corona. needs. In response to the comments, RCTC took action Public information open houses and public hearings on July 8, 2009 to reduce the length of the project and were held in October and November 2008 to focus improvements between 1-215 and SR-79. The collect comments on the Draft EIR/EIS. Public Mid County Parkway project is now a proposed 16-mi/e comments submitted on the Draft EIR/EIS raised transportation corridor intended to relieve local and environmental and community concerns regarding the regional traffic congestion in the San jacinto and Perris portion of the project between 1-15 and 1-215. areas and surrounding Riverside County communities. 0 WHAT IS THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESS? The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) require agencies to prepare environmental assessments of proposed projects with significant environmental effects and to circulate these documents to other agencies and the public before making decisions.The steps for each process are shown in the charts below. CEQA-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT Notice of Preparation -Scoping -Draft EIR -Public and Agency Review -State Clearinghouse Review -Final EIR -Review of Responses by Commenting Agencies -Agency Decision -Findings; Statement of Overriding Consideration; Mitigation Monitoring Program DEFINITION OF A PARKWAY: A parkway is a divided highway with off ramps. The "facility" is designed to expressway standards as defined in Caltrans Design Manual (HDM). on and freeway/ Highway The photo at right shows an example of what the parkway may look like. The number of lanes for the Mid County Parkway would be three in each direction, and includes a wide open median. NEPA-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT Notice of Preparation -Scoping -Draft EIS -Public and Agency Review -EPA Filing; Federal Register -Final EIS -Public and Agency review; EPA Filing; Federal Re~ter Notice Agency Decision -Record of Decision (\+J: fl'l ~i i: I #I: I ~i i •l ;t'l•l I i: I #I: ll•l!t •Ill ~in M ;1 W/h\'1 ~ ;t• l I :r.Ji i-.c u ~ :::> 0 u ~ :::> c.. RCTC approves start of environmental studies for the Mid County Parkway Recirculated Droh EIR/Supplementol Droh EIS released Droh EIR/EIS released for 32-mile project RCTC focuses project on eastern portion between SR-79 ond 1·215 Update studies for focused project 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 201 I 2012 TRCIP t t. . (7) I I Public outreach meetinos (4) II I II I Newsletter! 1 1 1 I Newsletter ronspor o ron meetings w.h,;,, "''"'r ..... General pion meetings (21) Public hearings (2) Final design Right of woy acquisition Construction ......-- AGENDA ITEM 8 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 8. AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: February 4, 2013 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) Funds — Call for STAFF RECOMMENDATION: TAC Review and comment on Draft STP Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Call for Projects. BACKGROUND INFORMATION; With the passage of MAP-21, staff is recommending moving forward with a Call for Projects for STP Rehabilitation/Reconstruction projects. The total amount available is $12.5 million. The Call for Projects is recommended to be structured in the same manner that the previous call for rehabilitation projects was conducted. Staff will provide each local agency an allocation target based on population and road miles that are identified on the Federal Functional Classification System (population and road miles will be weighted equally). Additionally,•criteria will be applied to projects based on priority and need. Local agencies will submit projects utilizing its respective allocation target and provide documentation based on the project's priority and local funding commitment. A Draft Call for Projects will be provided at the TAC meeting for the TAC's review and input. Division of Local Assistance -Office Bulletin Office of Implementation DLA-OB 12-01 -Pavement Preventive Maintenance ~-~ . Issued-February l, 2012 \.., ~ _,.... Expires -Upon Issuance of LP P Pavement Preventive Maintenance I. BACKGROUND Throughout the nation, State and Local Agency transportation departments are faced with the daunting task of maintaining an aging surface transportation infrastructure while facing challenges of limited resources, increased congestion, budget cuts and increased customer expectations. Vehicle fuel taxes have been the primary source of transportation revenues in the United States since the 1960's. The last federal gas tax increase was in 1993 and since then has lost much of its purchasing power. The reduction in lane miles traveled, improved vehicle fuel economy, use of alternative modes of transportation all have contributed to the decrease in transportation revenues. Both State and Local transportation departments must continue to look for more efficient and effective means of conducting business. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) encourages the use of"preventive maintenance" activities to extend and ensure proper performance of the transportation infrastructure. Title 23 of the United States Code (USC), Section 116(d) established the legal basis for Federal-Aid eligibility for pavement preventive maintenance activities. It states that a "preventive maintenance activity shall be eligible for Federal assistance under this title if the State demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Secretary that the activity is a cost-effective means of extending the useful life of a Federal-aid highway." An effective pavement preservation program will address pavements while they are still in good condition, before the onset of serious damage. The program will preserve the investment in Federal-aid roadways and enhance pavement performance, thereby ensuring cost-effectiveness by extending pavement life, reducing user delays and providing improved mobility and safety. Preventive maintenance activities eligible for federal participation include those that address aging, oxidation, surface deterioration, and normal wear due to traffic and the environment. Examples of preventive treatments include, are not limited to, crack sealing, chip seals, slurry seals, micro-surfacing, thin and ultra-thin hot mix asphalt overlays, surface recycling (hot-in- place and cold-in-place), concrete joint sealing, diamond grinding, dowel-bar retrofit, isolated and /or full-depth concrete repairs to restore functionality of concrete slabs where edge spalls or corner breaks have occurred, as well as, shoulder repair and restoration of drainage facilities. Previous direction restricted preventive maintenance to strategies that are cost effective and have a service life of five years or more. Current FHW A policy removes the requirement of five years or more. This enables lower costing preservation methods to be used for improving system conditions, minimizing road construction impacts on the traveling public, and better managing resources for long-term improvements such as reconstruction or expansion. Page 1 of3 Filename: DLA OB 12-01 Pavement Preventative Maintenance.docx Prepared by: PAnderson Division of Local Assistance -Office Bulletin Office of Implementation DLA-OB 12-01 -Pavement Preventive Maintenance ,. ..., •--... :-.. Issued-February I, 2012 \'-.}/ II. POLICY Preventive maintenance measures addressed in this Office Bulletin are for "pavement-focused" projects with the primary goal of extending the service life of the identified pavement. This Office Bulletin rescinds the requirement that preventive maintenance strategies must extend the pavement life by five years of more. Instead the local agency's Pavement Management System (PMS) must demonstrate that the preventative maintenance strategy is a cost effective method of extending the service life of the pavement. All preventive maintenance projects should consider appropriate ways to maintain or enhance the current level of safety and accessibility. Isolated or obvious deficiencies should be addressed. In no way shall preventive maintenance type projects adversely impact the safety of the traveled way or its users. Safety enhancements should be encouraged and included in projects where determined to be a cost effective way to improve safety. To maintain preservation program flexibility, and in accordance with 23 USC 109(q), safety enhancements can be deferred but with the understanding that appropriate safety and geometric enhancements will be an integral part of future reconstruction, rehabilitation, resurfacing, or restoration projects. III. PROCEDURE Preventive maintenance activities are eligible for federal-aid participation provided: • • • • • The local agency certifies that it has a Pavement Management System (PMS). This certification is to be completed biennially, with a copy attached to the Field Review Form for all Preventive Maintenance Projects (see Local Assistance Program Guidelines (LAPG), Exhibit 4-A, "Pavement Management System Certification"). The decision process used by the city or county to determine project strategies was based on the established PMS. Items to be covered and noted in the Roadway Data Remarks of the Field Review. See Chapter 7, "Field Review" in the Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM). The PMS determined the project strategy to be cost effective. Items to be covered and noted in the Roadway Data Remarks of the Field Review. See Chapter 7, "Field Review" in the LAPM. The project is not for spot application. Spot application projects are considered to be normal maintenance and therefore not eligible. The preventive maintenance project does not degrade any existing safety or geometric aspects ofthe facility. All federal-aid requirements shall apply. Funding for each project shall be required to be in an approved Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (FSTIP). (It is recommended that preventive maintenance projects be programmed on a lump sum basis for the program and not as individual projects.) Items to be covered and noted in the Field Review. See Chapter 7, "Field Review" in the LAPM. Page2 of3 Filename: DLA OB 12-01 Pavement Preventative Maintenance.docx Prepared by: P Anderson Division of Local Assistance -Office Bulletin Office oflmplementation DLA-OB 12-01 -Pavement Preventive Maintenance " ... , /.--..... ~ Issued-February 1, 2012 \. ..... ,....'./ IV. APPLICABILITY/IMP ACTS This policy, effective immediately, is applicable to all federally funded preventive maintenance projects. This policy change will be reflected in future update of Chapter 11 ofthe LAPM and Chapter 4 of the LAPG Recommended: Original Signed By Approved: Attachments: Peter B. Anderson, Area Engineer Office of Implementation-North Original Signed By Bill Sandoval, Chief Office of Implementation-North Attachment 1 -Pavement Management System Certification Page 3 of3 Filename: DLA OB 12-01 Pavement Preventative Maintenance.docx 2/112012 Date 2/1/2012 Date Prepared by: P Anderson -DRAFT- The Riverside County Transportation Commission Announces the Surface Transportation Program (STP) Call for Rehabilitation Projects March 13, 2013 DATE: March 13,2013 TO: County of Riverside Riverside County Local Agencies FROM: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: MAP 21-Surface Transportation Program-$12.5 million Call for Rehabilitation Projects The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) is announcing a Call for Projects to program $12.5 million of Moving Ahead with Progress (MAP-21) Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds. Federal STP funds are our most flexible federal fund source and can be used for rehabilitation projects. An allocation amount for each local agency consists of a combination of population and road miles. Agencies may submit more than one project and should indicate the priority order for these projects. The amount of STP funds determined for this rehabilitation Call for Projects is based on 20% of the Cal trans estimated annual apportionment for Fiscal Year 2012/13. Three years of programming will result in $12.5 million. RCTC will use its discretion in programming projects in fiscal years according to project schedules and programming capacity in the Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP). RCTC will support the advancement of projects should projects be ready for construction sooner than the estimated construction start dates. Local match must be a minimum of 11.47% as required by MAP-21. Local agencies are required to fund project development work with local funds and identify federal STP funds for the construction phase of the project. According to federal standards, "eligible rehabilitation work includes improvement oflocal roads through resurfacing, restoration, or rehabilitation (3R)". Eligible 3R work and related activities is further described under the eligibility section of this call for projects. For further questions or clarifications regarding this Call for Projects, please contact Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager, at (951) 787-7141. On behalf of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, we look forward to receiving your proposals due by 5:00pm on April!, 2013. TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 1: Call for Projects Introduction 1 I.A. STP Program Overview 1 I. B. Project Eligibility 1 I. C. Evaluation Criteria 2 I. D. Local Agency Match 2 I.E. Agency Allocation Targets 2 I.F. Call for Projects Schedule 3 Section II: Proposal Requirements 4 II. A. Proposal Elements 4 II. B. Submittal Instructions 4 Attachments Attachment A: Local Agency Allocation Amounts 5 Exhibits Exhibit A: Project Information Form 6 Exhibit B: Local Assistance Program Guidelines, 9 Chapter 4, Surface Transportation Program Section I: Call for Projects Introduction LA. STP PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Surface Transportation Program (STP) was first established as one of the primary fund sources under the federal transportation act of 1991 called the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA). The act was re-authorized in 1997 and was renamed the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century, (TEA-21 ), which was followed by the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) in 2005. The current transportation act, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) was signed into law in July 2012 and authorized two years of funding. We are, however, anticipating reauthorization of this funding program, thus the planned 3 years of programming. STP funds can ·be used for a variety of transportation projects that are located on the federal-aid highway system. This Call for Projects sets aside $12.5 million for road rehabilitation and reconstruction projects. RCTC's objective for this Call for Rehabilitation Projects is to continue providing STP funds to local agencies for rehabilitation/reconstruction projects to address system preservation needs. LB. PROJECT ELIGIBILITY Under the federal Surface Transportation Program, eligible rehabilitation/reconstruction projects include improvement oflocal roads through resurfacing, restoration, or rehabilitation (3R). The Caltrans Local Assistance Program Guidelines describes eligible 3R work as follows: • Placing additional asphalt concrete over a structurally-sound highway or bridge that needs treatment to extend its useful service life (keeping in mind added deadload or lower bridge rail heights when adding asphalt concrete on bridge decks) • Restoration of a road, structure, or collateral facility (drainage, retaining wall, etc.) to the condition existing after original construction • Upgrading guardrail or widening Additionally, Pavement Preventive Maintenance activities have recently been included as an eligible expenditure of federal aid funds. The Division of Local Assistance issued an Office Bulletin on February 1, 2012 to provide direction regarding eligible preventive maintenance activities, which also eliminates the requirement that these strategies must extend the pavement life by five years of more. The new policy requires that the local agency's Pavement Management System (PMS) must demonstrate that the preventative maintenance stragety is a cost effective method of extending the service life of the pavement. The Office Bulletin (DLA-OB 12-01) is attached for further guidance. In summary, leal agencies are required to adhere to the following: • The local agency certifies that it has a Pavement Management System (PMS). • The decision process used by the city or county to determine project strategies was based on the established PMS. • The work does not degrade any existing safety or geometric aspects of the facility. Routine maintenance, such as "spot application projects" (pot hole repairs -other than removal and replacement of localized failures in areas to be resurfaced, cleaning drainage ditches and culvert, etc.) is not eligible. All rehabilitation work funded with STP funds is subject to federal eligibility requirements. It is our current understanding that STP funds are also eligible for curb, gutter, sidewalks, and replacement of loops damaged by rehabilitation. Caltrans will make the final determination of eligible work that can be reimbursed. Any questions on eligibility should be referred to Caltrans District 08 Local Assistance staff or the Local Assistance Program Guidelines -Chapter 4, Surface Transportation Program, Exhibit B. I. C. EVALUATION CRITERIA Evaluation criteria will be applied in two tiers. Tier I consists of each local agency conducting project evaluations using an evaluation methodology that would rank rehabilitation projects in priority order. The methodology should be consistent with Pavement Management System evaluation criteria. The local agency will include with their project application the evaluation methodology used and associated rankings/scores (e.g. PMS score/factor). RCTC staff will review the methodology and rankings for concurrence. Tier II consists of applying allocation amounts for each local agency. The local agency allocation amounts were developed using a combination of population and road miles. Local agencies may identify one or more projects to be funded from their respective allocations. Lft LOCALAGENCYMMTCH The local match requirement for STP funds is 11.47%. Local agencies must identify, at a minimum, 11.47% of local funding for the construction phase. Agency allocation amounts would equal 88.53%, which represents the federal funding amount. However, if an agency submits a project(s) above the allocation amount, the agency will be required to fund the excess amount with local funds, thereby "overmatching" the minimum local match requirement. LE. LOCAL AGENCY ALLOCATION AMOUNTS $12.5 million of STP funds will be awarded under this Call for Projects. Allocation target amounts have been developed using a combination of 2010 Census population figures and road miles reported on the California Highway Performance Monitoring System/Federal Functional Classification System (Attachment A). The population and road mile figures were averaged to determine the target allocation amounts for each agency. A lump sum for rehabilitation projects will be programmed in the 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) reflecting the estimated fiscal years for which projects will be obligated according to project schedules and funding availability. RCTC will work with Caltrans and local agencies to advance projects if they are ready to proceed and funding is available. I.F. CALL FOR PROJECTS SCHEDULE As shown, the STP Call for Rehabilitation Projects· commences on March 13, 2013 with RCTC project recommendations scheduled for May .8, 2013. Proposals are due by 5:00p.m. on Apri/1, 2013. The schedule for the call for rehabilitation projects is as follows: CALL FOR PROJECTS TIMELINE DATE Release of Call for Projects March 13, 2013 Proposal Due by 5:00 pm Aprill, 2013 Proposal Evaluation Period April2-14, 2013 Technical Advisory Committee Review Aprill5, 2013 Recommendations to RCTC Programs and Projects Committee April 22, 2013 Recommendations to Commission May 8, 2013 Section II: Proposal Requirements II.A PROPOSAL ELEMENTS Proposals must be submitted in accordance with the instructions outlined below and all requested information must be supplied. 1. Proposal Elements -all proposals must contain the following: a) Cover letter-Transmittal of the proposal must be accompanied by a cover letter affirming that the lead agency has approved the proposed project. If multiple projects are being submitted, cover letter must identify agency's priority order. The cover letter can be signed by the Public Works Director or City Manager. b) Commitment of funding-Proposals must include a commitment of funding for the local match from the respective council or board. This can be in the form of a copy of the budget line item included in the agency's adopted budget or Council Resolution. Commitment of funding should also be stated in the lead agency Cover letter. c) Project Information Form(s) for each project (Exhibit A) d) Ranking/Evaluation Methodology -A description of the methodology used to rank/evaluate projects must be included along with the project score(s) (e.g. PMS score/factor). e) Location Map -Provide map identifying project location (e.g. Google Maps, Map Quest, or the like). Illustrations and pictures may also be included as long as they are sized or affixed to 8 W' x 11" sized paper. II.B. SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS 1. Proposal Submittal-All submittals should include one (1) original and two (2) copies (total of three). The submittal should be unbound on white, 8 112'' x 11" paper (including maps or illustrations). Multiple projects must be submitted separately. ALL PROJECT PROPOSAL SUBMITTALS MUST BE RECEIVED BY RCTC NO LATER THAN 5:00P.M. ON APRIL 1, 2013. SUBMITTALS SHOULD BE SENT TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission Attention: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, California 92502-2208 Submittals can also be hand delivered to RCTC offices by the submittal deadline. Please note that faxed ore-mailed proposals will not be accepted. For information regarding. the preparation of submittals or any other questions related to this call for rehabilitation projects, please contact Shirley Medina or Grace Alvarez. Exhibit A Project Information Form 2 Address: 3 Contact Person: 4 Telephone: 5 Ernan Address: Agency: 6 Contact: Telephone: 7 Project Location 8 Project Limits 9 Agency Priority Reding (if submitting more than one project) 1 0 Project Description: Priority Rank # RCTC Project Information Form Title: Fax: A. Describe the Existing Facility and the Proposed Infrastructure Improvements To Be Constructed. Section C: Project Schedule Phase Start End Comments (month/year) (month/year) 11 Environmental 12 Design (PS&E) 13 '14 I Right of Way Construction Total Project fundingand'Phase, Environmental Design (PS&E) Right of Way Construction TOTAL Funding STP Funds Local Match Funds $ (OOO's) $ (OOO's) (for construction phase (minimum of 11.47% of total only) construction, must be in construction Other Funds $ (OOO's) Totals #'1 STP REHABILITATION CALL FOR PROJECTS-FUNDING DISTRIBUTION (DRAFT) POPULATION LANE MILES STP Allocation Percent of Funding based Percent of Funding based (50% Ln Mi/ LOCAL AGENCIES POPULATION LANE MILES Population on% of Pop Lane Miles on Lane Miles 50% Pop) Banning 29,603 206.54 1.35% $ 168,995 1.28% $ 160,522 $ 164,758 Beaumont 36,877 241.91 1.68% $ 210,520 1.50% $ 188,012 $ 199,266 Blythe 20,817 196.76 0.95% $ 118,838 1.22% $ 152,921 $ 135,880 Calimesa 7,879 69.01 0.36% $ 44,979 0.43% $ 53,634 $ 49,307 Canyon Lake 10,561 8.80 0.48% $ 60,290 0.05% $ 6,839 $ 33,564 Cathedral City 51,200 408.84 2.34% $ 292,285 2.54% $ 317,749 $ 305,017 Coachella 40,704 201.44 1.86% $ 232,367 1.25% $ 156,558 $ 194,463 Corona 152,374 820.69 6.96% $ 869,857 5.10% $ 637,837 $ 753,847 Desert Hot Springs 25,938 234.64 1.18% $ 148,072 1.46% $ 182,361 $ 165,217 Eastvale 55,602 0 2.54% $ 317,415 Hemet 78,657 455.50 3.59% $ 449,029 2.83% $ 354,013 $ 401,521 Indian Wells 4,958 63.12 0.23% $ 28,304 0.39% $ 49,057 $ 38,680 Indio 76,036 554.04 3.47% $ 434,067 3.44% $ 430,598 $ 432,332 Jurupa Valley 88,000 0 4.02% $ . 502,365 $ -Lake Elsinore 51,821 286.46 2.37% $ 295,830 1.78% $ 222,636 $ 259,233 La Quinta 37,467 306.38 1.71% $ 213,888 1.90% $ 238,117 $ 226,003 Menifee 77,519 184.04 3.54% $ 442,533 1.14% $ 143,035 $ 292,784 Moreno Valley 193,365 1,106.86 8.83% $ 1,103,862 6.88% $ 860,248 $ 982,055 Murrieta 103,466 621.68 4.73% $ 590,656 3.87% $ 483,167 $ 536,912 Norco 27,063 215.32 1.24% $ 154,495 1.34% $ 167,346 $ 160,920 Palm Desert 48,445 426.20 2.21% $ 276,558 2.65% $ 331,241 $ 303,900 Palm Springs 44,552 596.06 2.03% $ 254,334 3.71% $ 463,256 $ 358,795 Perris 68,386 226.36 3.12% $ 390,395 1.41% $ 175,926 $ 283,161 Rancho Mirage 17,218 251.84 0.79% $ 98,292 1.57% $ 195,729 $ 147,011 Riverside 303,871 1,990.05 13.88% $ 1,734,708 12.37% $ 1,546,660 $ 1,640,684 San Jacinto 44,199 350.70 2.02% $ 252,319 2.18% $ 272,563 $ 262,441 Temecula 100,097 770.99 4.57% $ 571,424 4.79% $ 599,211 $ 585,317 Wildomar 32,176 79.96 1.47% $ 183,683 0.50% $ 62,145 $ 122,914 Unincorporated 360,790 5,209.26 16.48% $ 2,059,641 32.39% $ 4,048,618 $ 3,054,130 County Total 2,189,641 16083.45 100.00% $ 12,500,000 100.00% $ 12,500,000 $ 12,090,110 Assumptions: Population is per 2010 Census Lane Miles are Federal Functional Classification System lane miles. Staff is recommending 20% off-the-top of annual STP estimate for 3 years for rehabilitation projects, which equates to $12.5M. AGENDA ITEM 10 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: February 4, 2013 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Senior Staff Analyst Eric DeHate, Staff Analyst SUBJECT: Federal Fiscal Year 2012/2013 Obligation Plan Revised STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As presented to you at the December 10 meeting, RCTC prepared the federal obligation plan and submitted it Caltrans Local Assistance. The revised attached 2012/2013 Obligation Plan includes Riverside County's Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) and Surface Transportation Program Local (STPL) funded projects, and reflects the latest updates received from the local agencies. The obligation 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. As discussed on December 10, 2012, regions have until April 1st, of each year to obligate their annual Obligation Authority (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 referred to as "August Redistribution." This opportunity allows states to obligate more federal funding than initially anticipated. To reiterate the point from December 10, 2012, California received approximately $200 M in FY 11/12 through the August redistribution. Agencies that submit their request for authorization by April 1st, have better chances of securing the necessary funding for their projects than agencies that submit their request for authorization after April 1st. Also, agencies that obligate their federal funding early help our region secure additional OA for Riverside County through the "August Redistribution." RCTC understands that some projects simply can not obligate earlier than the schedule allows due to environmental or right of way certification issues, however, RCTC staff encourages agencies to obligate as early as possible in the federal fiscal year. Therefore, RCTC continues to request your active participation in keeping the 2012/2013 Obligation Plan updated throughout FFY 2012/2013 and thanks those agencies that have. We encourage you to keep funding obligation on track. Please feel free to contact RCTC Programming Staff if you need assistance with your obligation package. Attachment: FFY 2012/2013 Obligation Plan 1 Agency FTIP ID Project Location Project Scope/Description RFA Subm. To Caltrans D-8 CMAQ STP-L Funding Phase Current Project Phase IN FY12/13 FTIP Beaumont RIV050535 SR60/Potrero Blvd. Interchange Ph. I IC Project 4/1/2013 $2,406,000 Con ROW Y, but funding for STPL No Coachella RIV071246 Ave. 52 GS Grade Separation 4/1/2013 $7,818,000 Con ROW Y Corona RIV041047 Magnolia & El Camino Ave TE project 11/15/2012 $943,000 Con ROW Y Desert Hot Springs RIV061161 City Section 31, Acoma Ave, Buena Vista Ave, Chahuilla Ave, Desert View Ave, Estrella Ave, Flora Ave and Granada Ave Street Improvements 4/1/2013 $639,000 Con PA&ED Y Indio RIV091208 Jackson St signal synch Signal synchronization 8/1/2012 $332,000 Con CON Y Palm Desert RIV031208 I-10 at Monterey Ave IC New Westbound Ramps 1/13/2013 $1,771,000 Con CON Y Palm Desert RIV071243 Free rt - Fred Waring/111 Reconfigure Right Turn 2/1/2013 $531,000 Con ROW Y Palm Springs RIV071258 Traffic Management Ctr TMC 4/15/2013 $1,644,000 Con PA&ED Y Palm Springs RIV091205 Farrell Dr RT Ln @ Vista Chino Intersection Improvements 3/1/2013 $369,000 Con PA&ED Y RCTC RIV520109 Perris Valley Line Perris Valley Rail Line 9/15/2012 $32,091,000 Con PS&E Y RCTC RIV520111 In Riverside County Rideshare Program 5/7/2012 $2,700,000 Con CON Y Riverside RIV110116 Quiet Zone X-ing Imp Crossing improvements TBD by Agency $7,000,000 Con PA&ED Y Riverside RIV070703 Iowa Ave Grade Separation 3/1/2013 $2,626,968 Row ROW Y, but funding for STPL No Riverside RIV071272 Riverside Ave Grade Separation 3/1/2013 $1,317,000 Row PS&E Y $3,578,260 Row 6/30/2013 $6,329,000 Con Riverside County RIV071278 Magnolia Ave. GS Grade Separation 6/30/2013 $18,400,000 Con PA&ED Y Riverside County RIV060124 Sunset Avenue Grade Separation 4/1/2013 $10,000,000 $1,482,000 Con CON Y but funding for CMAQ, No TOTAL $85,563,260 $16,413,968 Pending Obligation Need Additional Information Planned for update in 2013 FTIP Amendment #5 RFA to be submitted to Caltrans As of January 28, 2013 FFY 2012/2013 OBLIGATION PLAN YRiverside County RIV060123 Clay St GS Grade Separation ROW FFY 2012/2013 OBLIGATION PLAN FTIPID CMAQ r~~E~~ ~ 1 Funding Phase As of January 28, 2013 FTIP 1F " (.) AGENDA ITEM 11 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: February 04, 2013 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Senior Staff Analyst Eric DeHate, Staff Analyst SUBJECT: 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: 2013 FTIP On December 10, 2012 RCTC staff presented a comprehensive update on the 2011 FTIP and reported that the 2013 FTIP federal conformity approval was to be received around mid December 2012. On December 13, 2012, SCAG received the conformity approval from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and, so, the 2013 FTIP is our new guiding federal document for the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG). Since the approval of the 2013 FTIP, SCAG has processed two Formal Amendments, one Administrative Modification and one RTP Consistency Amendment. Currently, RCTC has participated in all four amendments encompassing changes to 91 projects with a fifth amendment due to SCAG on February 5, 2013. Approval for Formal Amendment No. 1 was January 24, 2013 and approval for Administrative Modification No. 2 was December 19, . 2012. The 2013 FTIP Formal Amendment No. 3 and the 2012 RTP Amendment No. 1/2013 FTIP Consistency Amendment No. 4 are still in the review process. Anticipation of approval of Formal Amendment No. 3 is end of February and the Consistency Amendment No. 4 is end of June 2013. Attachment: 2013 FTIP Amendment Log 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program - Amendment Submittals and Approval Dates 2013 FTIP Purpose No. of Projects Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Final Approval Final 12/13/2012 Amendment 1 Formal Amendment 53 10/8/2012 10/22/2012 1/24/2013 Amendment 2 Administrative Modification 23 11/19/2012 11/27/2012 12/19/2012 Amendment 3 Formal Amendment 14 12/17/2012 1/8/2013 RTP Consistency Amendment/Amendment 4 Formal Amendment 1 1/9/2013 1/14/2013 Amendment 5 Administrative Modification 1/24/2013 2/5/2013 Total Number of Projects 91 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of January 28, 2013 1 /29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 1 of 1 ROTC f� 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1—,,,--� ''°" _ - Aka, COROTghp 110110 kor October 2012 FHWA approval: Jan. 24, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason CALTRANS RIVLS01 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP-COLLISION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - W RR/HY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS - Cost Increase (EA: 0M420 added to FY 2012/2013, OP280 added to FY 2013/2014, OR740 added to FY 2014/2015). CALTRANS RIVLS09 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP MANDATES PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS New Project - EA: 0M310 City of Riverside RIV120801 IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 12 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for the City of Riverside City of Riverside RIV120802 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - LEASE OF XEROX MACHINE TO SUPPORT TRANSIT DIVISION NEEDS, PER APPROVED 2012/2013 SRTP - TABLE 4, PROJECT NO. FY 13-4 (FY 13 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for the City of Riverside . COACHELLA RIV061159 AT SR86/Avenue 50: Widen and construct new 6 through lane IC from E/O Coachella Stormwater Channel Bridge to E/O Tyler St. Improvements include: extended ramp acceleration/deceleration lanes, relocate/realign Ave 50 and Tyler St, bike lanes, sidewalks, and reconstruct traffic signals (SAFETEA-LU 1702, CA 583, #2543) (EA: 0C970). Cost decrease based on revised engineer's estimate and schedule delay, per current PA&ED start phase. COACHELLA RIV071246 In the City of Coachella - Construct new (Non -capacity) Ave 52 Grade Separation overhead structure spanning over UPRR mainline tracks and Grapefruit Blvd/Hwy 111, from Shady Ln to approx 600' E/O Industrial Way/Tyler St. Improvements incl: Reconfig connection from Ave 52 to Grapefruit Blvd/Hwy 111, bike Ins, sidewalks, retaining walls, reconst traffic sigs/driveways, remove existing at -grade crossing. Reprogramming of funding mainly needed to utilize CITY funding for R/W and increase CMAQ in construction. Minor project description made to correct the problem in the database with ft (" instead of') - abbreviation to the crossing at the end of the project description was needed to stay within the character limitation. Additionally, Sec 125 Surface Transportation Priorities funding was deleted and FFY 2009 Appropriation Earmark added to clarify the earmark appropriation in 2009 (Public Law 111-8). Corona RIV010209 In the City of Corona - Construct Foothill Parkway Westerly Extension 4 lane road from Lincoln Ave to Paseo Grande (Approx 2.5 miles) Cost decrease based on current engineer's estimate and minor schedule delay that does not impact the model (2014). 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1 /29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 1 of 5 Corona RIV011240 In Corona on existing McKinley St - Construct grade separation at BNSF Railroad crossing (project study report & preliminary environmental analysis report activities). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years CVAG RIV090102 In the Coachella Valley PM-10 Progra - Clean Vehicle Acquisition Program: Fleet acquisition of alternative fuel sweepers for regional street sweeping program of major arterials, for the reduction of PM10 fugitive dust throughout the Coachella Valley ($229 toll credits used to match CMAQ in const). Reprogram funding from FY 2013/2014 to FY 2014/2015 Desert Hot Springs RIV061161 Essential road improvements - Phase III: City Section 31 including pavement rehab, sidewalks, curb/gutters, cross gutters, ADA ramps & drainage improvements on Ramona Dr., Cactus Dr., El Cajon Dr., La Mesa Dr., Caliente Dr. (Bunch Palms Tr to Hacienda Ave); and Hacienda Ave & Ironwood Dr (Palm Dr to Ramona Dr). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years Indio RIV121102 In Eastern Riverside County in the City of Indio - Monroe Street Widening: Widening of Monroe St between Ave. 49 and Ave. 52 (Approx. 7,800 L.F.), from 2 through lanes to 4 through lanes (2 lanes in ea dir), including bike lane, sidewalk, traffic signal install at Ave. 49 and relocation of signal poles and appurtenances at Ave. 50. NEW SLPP Formula Funds project Indio RIV110831 In the City of Indio - Widen Jefferson St. from Varner Rd to Sun City Blvd from 4 to 6 lanes and widen Varner Rd from 2 to 4 lanes from Jefferson St to approx. 500' East of Jefferson St and then tapering back to 2 lanes. Inc! medians, traffic signals, channelization, left -turn pockets, ded rt turn lanes on SB Jefferson and EB Varner, drainage improvemetns, sidewalks, and bike lanes. Cost Change &Schedule Delay SLPP formula funds project La Quinta RIV121101 In Eastern Riverside County in the City of La Quinta - Intersection Improvements: Modify the intersection at Hwy 111 and Washington St by adding left turn lanes, right turn lanes, median modifications, res-striping, reconstruction of curb and gutter, signal and signal pole modifications, and replacement of bus turnout. NEW SLPP Formula Funds project MURRIETA RIV100106 In SW Riverside County - I-15/Los Alamos Rd. Bridge Replacement & Widening: Replacement of existing two lane overcrossing at Los Alamos Rd. and Interstate 15 with a four lane overcrossing (gap closure), bringing the bridge vertical clearance to Caltrans Standards. Cost Change and Schedule Delay SLPP formula funded project Palm Desert RIV071243 In the City of Palm Desert - Free right turn lane-WB Fred Waring Dr to NB Hwy 111: Reconfiguration of a free right turn lane at the intersection from West Bound Fred Waring Dr to north bound Hwy 111 ($61 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years Palm Desert RIV071255 In the City of Palm Desert - Mid Valley Bike Path: Construct a 6.5 mile class 1 Bike Path along the northern city limits between S/O Washington St. and N/O Monterey Ave. Schedule Delay Palm Desert RIV031208 At I-10/Monterey Ave IC - Reconfigure IC: Construct new WB entry ramp and realign/relocate WB exit ramp (EA: OF050), New project in the 2013 FTIP quadrennial years & Reprogramming of funds Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency RIV120803 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR PALO VERDE TRANSIT AGENCY - OPERATING ASSISTANCE: FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012/2013 (UZA: PALO VERDE). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency RCTC RIV120201 On SR-60 near Beaumont: Construct new eastbound and westbound truck lanes from Gilman Springs Rd to 1.6 miles west of Jack Rabbit Trail (EA: ON690) ($746 toll credits used to match CMAQ in PA&ED). Description change to combine RCTC's truck climbing lane with Caltrans SHOPP Safety Improvements per agreement between RCTC and Caltrans RCTC RIV520109 Reconstruct & Upgrade San Jacinto Branch Line for rail passenger service (Riverside to Perris) (Perris Valley Line) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN). Cost increase and adjustment to toil credit utilization in project description. PTA -RIP funding replaced with Surface Transportation Program - RIP (federal), per CTC. 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1 /29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 2 of 5 Riverside RIV110116 In Riverside - Quiet Zone X-ing Improvements: Upgrade of 14 at -grade Hwy rail X-ing & one pedestrian only at -grade X-ing along the BNSF San Bernardino Subd. & one at -grade Hwy -rail X-ing along the UPRR Los Angeles Subd w/in the city of Riverside. The improvements are needed to optimize safety at the X-ings and allow for quiet zone to mitigate existing and projected train horn noise impacts. Description change -grade crossings reduced from 14 to 11 based on current conditions Riverside County RIV060123 In Northwest Riverside County on Clay St from approx. 100' SW of General Dr. to approx. 500' N/O Linares Ave: Replace existing 4-lane (2 Ins in each direction) at grade R/R X-ing with a 4-Ln (2 Lns in each direction -non-capacity) undercrossing (UPRR). Cost decrease based on current engineer's estimate and minor schedule delay. CMAQ funds will be obligated in FY 2012/2013, utililzing the EPSP. Riverside County RIV031202 1-10 Bypass South: Construct two lanes of roadway to provide a by-pass/network facility for the 1-10, approx. 1/2 mile S/O 1-10 between the eastern end of the City of Banning and Apache Trail in Cabazon. Other improvements include the construction of several low-water crossings at Smith Creek and San Gorgonio River (PA&ED). Cost Increase based on the latest engineer's estimate & Schedule Advance Riverside County RIV060124 In Banning on Sunset Ave at 1-10 from s/o Ramsey St to s/o Lincoln St: Lower Sunset Ave to construct new 4-lane UC at UPRR crossing (non -capacity) and reconstruct the I-10 IC ramps to meet the new street grade (SAFETEA CA438, #1261+ HR4818+HR3058) (EA:33471) Cost Increase per latest TCIF baseline agreement &minor schedule advance. Riverside County RIV011233 At I-15/Limonite Ave IC - Widen IC 4 to 6 Lns, widen NB and SB exit ramps 1 to 2 Ins, add 2 lane loop ramps in the NB and SB directions & widen Limonite Ave from Hamner to Wineville 4 to 6 Lns (approx 1 mi) (EA: 0E1050K). New project in the 2013 FTIP quadrennial years &Reprogramming of funds Riverside Transit Agency RIV091211 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - VEHICLE REPLACEMENT: PURCHASE FIFTY (50) REPLACEMENT HEAVY DUTY CNG REVENUE VEHICLE ROLLING STOCK (FEDERAL APPROPRIATION THROUGH HR 3288, FFY 2009/2010 - FTA 5309). Description Change -FTIP project converted to Lump Sum Listing per 2011 FTIP Guidelines, Grouped Project Listing Category 58 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120819 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA- REVENUE VEHICLES FOR CONTRACTED OPERATIONS: PURCHASE OF SEVEN (7) MID -SIZE VEHICLES, REPLACING TYPE II VEHICLES THAT HAVE REACHED THEIR SERVICE LIFE PER FTA GUIDELINES. REPLACEMENT VEHICLES WILL BE USED FOR CONTRACT OPERATED FIXED ROUTE SERVICE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV- SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency -Project No. FY13-2 . Riverside Transit Agency RIV120822 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED COST OF TIRE LEASE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA:RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-5 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120825 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA- INFORMATION SYSTEMS: PURCHASE OF COMPUTERS AND SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR FIXED ROUTE VEHICLES, HEMET TRAINING ROOM EQUIPMENT, AND RIVERSIDE CONFERENCE ROOM MONITORS - NON ITS COMPONENTS (FTA 5307 - FY13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-8 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120826 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - OPERATING ASSISTANCE: FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A- RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012/2013 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: HEMET). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency -Project No. FY13-8. Project funding includes prior years carry overs. Riverside Transit Agency RIV120827 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE FOR FY 12-13 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB, TEM/MURR/MEN). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency Riverside Transit Agency RIV120828 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - CAPITAL COST OF CONTRACTING FOR FY 12-13 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency Riverside Transit Agency RIV120820 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - SUPPORT VEHICLE: PURCHASE OF ONE (1) VEHICLE TO REPLACE A VEHICLE THAT HAS MET ITS USEFUL LIFE REQUIREMENT (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency- Project No. FY13-3 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1 /29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 3 of 5 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120821 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - CAPITAL MAINTENANCE SPARES: PURCHASE OF SPARE PARTS FOR ROLLING STOCK UNDER THE BUS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-4 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120823 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS: PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS FOR BUS STOP SYSTEM SUCH AS INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS AND BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGNAGE, AND LIGHTING TO ENHANCE SECURITY AND SAFETY OF THE RIDING PUBLIC (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-6 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120824 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: PURCHASE OF MISCELLANEOUS MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE (E.G., VEHICLE JACKS, WHEELCHAIRS FOR OPERATOR TRAINING, POINJAR, AIR COMPRESSORS/GENERATORS, AND FLOOR SCRUBBERS) (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency- Project No. FY13-7 SAN JACINTO RIV111129 In San Jacinto — Ramona Exp Widening PH 1: Ramona Exp. Widening of 2 and 4 lanes to 6 lanes regional arterial (3 in each direction) between Sanderson & Eagle Rd., including left -turn or landscape median, drainage improvement, relocation of traffic signal poles and installation of curb and gutter. Exist configuration varies from 2 and 4 lanes - widening will be from 2 to 6 and 4 to 6 Lanes. Cost Increase based on the latest engineer's estimate &minor schedule advance SunLine Transit Agency RIV110407 In the Coachella Valley for SunLine Transit Agency - Job Access & Reverse Commute and New Freedom Project: Express Service to the Pass area with service to Banning and Beaumont, connecting Coachella Valley commuters to Western Riverside County (FTA 5316 and FTA 5317, FYs 09 and 10). project description change to include additional stops in Cabazon, Moreno Valley, and Riverside; Conformity Category changed from Exempt-93.126 to . SunLine Transit Agency RIV120804 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012/2013 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency SunLine Transit Agency RIV120805 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012/2013 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency SunLine Transit Agency RIV120806 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: REHABILITATION OF SUNLINE'S FLEET OF OLDER BUSES, INCLUDING RESTORATION OF COLORS ON BOTH THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR, AND PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT NEEDED TO REPAIR/REHAB BUSES (FY 13 - 5307) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency - Project No. SL 13-01. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120807 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE TWO REPLACEMENT SERVICE TRUCKS AND FOUR REPLACEMENT CNG RELIEF CARS (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency project No. SL 13-02. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120808 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: REPAVE THE EXISTING BUS YARD AND STAFF PARKING AREA AT THE THOUSAND PALMS OPERATING FACILITY (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency Project No. SL 13-03. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120809 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE TRANSIT STOP ENHANCEMENTS FOR CONTINUED IMPROVEMENTS TO BUS STOPS FOR THE SAFETY AND COMFORT OF PASSENGERS, PER COMPREHENSIVE OPERATIONAL ANALYSIS RECOMMENDATION (CA PROP 1 B SECURITY FUNDED PROJECT). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency - Project No. SL 13-04. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120810 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVE THE THOUSAND PALMS AND INDIO FACILITIES, INCLUDING ROOF REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT, NEW CARPETING AND BLINDS, AND REPAIR OF PARKING FACILITIES FOR STAFF USE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency - Project No. SL 13-05. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120811 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FURNITURE REPLACEMENT: PURCHASE OF OFFICE FURNITURE TO REPLACE AND ADD FURNITURE REACHES THE END OF ITS CYCLE LIFE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency project No. SL 13-06. 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1 /29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 4 of 5 SunLine Transit Agency RIV120812 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE OF VARIOUS IT EQUIPMENT, SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE FOR EXISTING AGENCY SYSTEM NEEDS AND TO STREAMLINE OPERATIONS AND PRODUCE REPORTS FOR SUNLINE SERVICES (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency - Project No. SL 13-07. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120813 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE NEW MODERN, STATE OF THE ART TELEPHONE SYSTEM, IMPROVING THE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency Project No. SL 13-08. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120814 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE FIVE (5) NEW SPARE FAREBOXES TO ALLOW EXISTING UNITS TO BE REPAIRED WITHOUT BUS SERVICE INTERRUPTION (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency _project No. SL 13-09. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120815 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - CONDUCT A SAMPLE SURVEY OF SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIDERS, PROVIDING USEFUL INFORMATION TO SUPPORT SUNLINE PLANNING AND MARKETING EFFORTS. SURVEY WILL ALSO INCLUDE NTD SECTION 15 RIDECHECKS (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency - Project No. SL 13-10. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120816 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE MAJOR REPLACEMENT MAINTENANCE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR ROUTINE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency -Project No. SL 13-11. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120817 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - SPECIAL FUEL PROVISION ALLOWING A PORTION OF AGENCY FUEL COSTS TO BE TREATED AS A CAPITAL MAINTENANCE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency _project No. SL 13-12. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120829 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - SOLAR PANEL REPLACEMENT: REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING SOLAR PANELS, PROVING 33 PERCENT OF SUNLINE ENERGY NEEDS FOR OPERATING OFFICES AND FACILITIES (PROJECT FUNDED BY FY 12 STATE OF GOOD REPAIR, BUS LIVABILITY AND TRANSIT ASSET MANAGEMENT). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency. Number of Projects 53 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of January 28, 2013 1/29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 5 of 5 °� RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2„._z7y,,, November 2012 M"`"'°(awry '", ° `°"�°` SCAG approval: 12/19/2012 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Beaumont RIV100102 In Western Riverside Co in Beaumont: SR79 Bypass Ext No. Ph II - Instal of a 3-Ln pre-fab bridges on the eastside of the Ph I Potrero Bridge SR79 Bypass Ext. No., extending the Potrero Blvd 0.675 mi. No. from the future SR60/Potrero Fwy IC (RIV050535), to connect to the Oak Valley Pkwy in Beaumont, including the instal of a Class 1 multi -purpose trail, flared intersection and turning pockets. Technical Change to Correct RTP ID, per approved 2012 RTP Cathedral City RIV070302 In Eastern Riverside County in the Coachella Valley - Date Palm Dr Bridge ReplacementnMdening: Replacement of a two lane (1 In in ea dir) low water crossing bridge over Long Canyon Creek (Bridge No. 00L0043) with a six lane (3 Ins in ea dir), for approximately 350 ft. (from Varner Rd. to 350' S/O Varner Rd). Reprogramming of funding years per HBP update of 10/29/2012. Cathedral City RIV091011 In Eastern Riverside County in the Coachella Valley - Date Palm Dr over the Whitewater River: Widening of Date Palm Dr from 4 to 6 Ins (3 Ins in ea dir), from approx. 350 Ft S/O the bridge to 250 Ft N/O the bridge (Via Estrada to the north and Perez Rd. to the south), including the construction of a raised median and sidewalk along the east side of the project (Bridge No. 56C0189). Cost increase per HBP funding update of 10/29/2012. Indio RIV111202 In the City of Indio - Ave 44 Bridge Replacement: Replace existing Avenue 44 two lane low water crossing over the Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel with a four lane bridge (Bridge No. O0L0056), including 6 ft sidewalk on each side of the bridge. Reprogramming of Engineering funding years per HBP funding update of 10/29/2012. Lake Elsinore • RIV111203 In Lake Elsinore - Temescal Canyon Rd. Bridge Replacement/Widening: Replace Temescal Canyon Rd. 2 lane bridge with a 4-lane bridge over Temescal Wash, 0.22 mi. W/O Lake Street (Bridge No. 56C0050). Reprogramming of HBP per 10/29/2012 update. Lake Elsinore RIV091007 In mid -Western Riverside County in the City of Lake Elsinore: Widening of SR-74 from 2 to 4 through lanes (2 lanes in each direction), west of 1-15 to the Ortega Mountains. Other improvements include turn pockets and one traffic signal. Technical Change to Correct RTP ID, per approved 2012 RTP Moreno Valley RIV091003 In Western Riverside County in the City of Moreno Valley - Eucalyptus Ave. Widening/Extension: Construction of a 4th through lane in the eastern direction from Redlands Blvd. to Theodore St & Extension of Eucalyptus Ave. to Redlands Blvd., with a signalized intersection. Technical Change to Correct RTP ID, per approved 2012 RTP Moreno Valley RIV091004 In Western Riverside Co. in the City of Moreno Valley - Cactus Ave Widening: Widen Cactus Ave from 2 to 4 through lanes (2 in ea dir), from Lasselle St to Nason St. Other improvements include the installation of a dedicated right turn lane, a 2-way left turn lane, bus turn -outs, landscaping & sidewalks. Technical Change to Correct RTP ID, per approved 2012 RTP Palm Springs RIV110124 In the Coachella Valley in the city of Palm Springs - Ramon Rd. Widening between San Luis Rey Dr & Landau Blvd: Widening of Ramon Rd. from a 4-Ln arterial to a 6-Ln arterial (3-Lns in ea dir) between San Luis Rey Dr & Landau Blvd., including the widening/replacement of the Whitewater River Bridge (Bridge No. 56CO287), including seismic retrofit and scour countermeasures as necessary. Reprogramming of HBP per 10/29/2012 update. Palm Springs RIV990727 In Palm Springs: Widen Indian Canyon Dr from 2 to 6 lanes (3 in each direction), from UPRR overcrossing to Garnet Ave (HBRR#:56C0025). Cost decrease per HBP funding update of 10/29/2012 Palm Springs RIV090405 In the City of Palm Springs: Replace existing 4-lane low water crossing on Vista Chino at Whitewater River with a new 4-lane bridge - bridge No. 00L0052. Reprogramming of HBP per 10/29/2012 update & Technical change, correcting RTP ID to be consistent with the 2012 RTP. 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1 /29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 1 of 3 cb RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 !_w��. November 2012 u,ra.`,,°"�`°° SCAG approval: 12/19/2012 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Palm Springs RIV031206 On S. Palm Canyon Dr. over Arenas Canyon South Drainage Channel: Replace existing 4 lane low- water crossing with a new 4-lane bridge, including drainage improvements consisting of levee channelization (HBRR #: OOL0027). Cost increase per HBP funding update of 10/29/2012. Rancho Mirage RIV110130 In Coachella Valley in Rancho Mirage - Widening of south bound Monterey Ave. from 2 to 3 lanes from Dinah Shore Dr to Gerald Ford Dr. (Approx. 3,480 L.F.). Other improvements include installation of curb and gutter, drainage improvements (retention basins), signing and striping, and traffic signal modification at Ginger Rogers Rd. Schedule Delay per latest project milestone report from the City of Rancho Mirage RCTC RIV041047 Throughout Riverside County - Grouped Projects for Transportation Enhancement Activities - Projects are consistent with 40 CFR Part 93.126 Exempt Tables 2 and 3 categories - Transportation Enhancement Activities (Except Rehabilitation and Operation of Historic Transportation Buildings, structures, or facilities). $398 in toll credits will be utilized for STPL match for cons in FY 2012/2013. Reprogramming of funds to re-establish the STIP STP-ENHANCE- RIP TEA funds, per RCTC discretion for utilization of TE reserve funds prior to June 30, 2013. TC utilization per Abijit Badge memo dated 12/12/2011. RCTC RIV050517 On SR74 in/near Hemet from Calvert Ave to California Ave: curve, median, & pavement widening (non -capacity) (EA ON3600). Cost increase and schedule delay per latest cost estimate RCTC RIV070308 At SR91/71 Jct: Replace EB 91 to NB 71 connector w/direct fly -over connector, and reconstruct the Green River Rd EB on -ramp (EA: OF541) ($1,501/$639/$200 toll credits will be used in PS&E to match DEMO-SAFETEALU/DEMO-TEA21/STP, respectively. $159 toll credits will be used in R/W to match DEMO-SAFETEALU.) Cost increase to include Surface Transportation Program - HR 4818 (idle earmark) for the r/w phase. RCTC RIV071250 On SR91/1-15: SR91 - Cons 1 MF Ln (SR71-115)/1 Aux Ln var locs (SR241-Pierce) (OC PM 14.43- 1891), CD System (2/3/4 Lns main-115), 1 toll Expr Ln (tel) & convert HOV to Tel ea dir (OC-115); 1-15-meeting const tel med dir connct NB15 to WB91 and EB91 to SB15, 1 tel ea dir SR91 dir connct-Ontario IC (I15 PM 37.56-42.94). Cost increase /addition of Prop 1 B SLPP Formula Funds per CTC of Dec. 5-6, 2012. RCTC RIV110122 On 1-215 in SW Riverside County from Murrieta Hot Springs Rd to 1-215/1-15 Junction, construct a third mixed flow lane southbound (widens 1-215/1-15 connector from 2 to 3 lanes). Technical Change to correctly include the PM miles before and after construction for signage and restriping through consultation with Caltrans. New PM pos miles are based on the agreed project construction foot print with Caltrans. RCTC RIV090902 On Interstate 215, from Blaine St SB off -ramp to 0.3 miles south of Martin Luther King Blvd Undercrossing(PM 40.2 to PM 42.5), extend the existing SB lane # 4 (lane drop) to 0.3 miles south of Martin Luther King Blvd undercrossing (EA ON890) ($230 toll credits used to match STPL in cons) Schedule Advance per current bid advertisement Riverside County RIV071259 In Eastern Coachella Valley - Mecca Community Roundabout: Construct a roundabout entry to the unincorporated Mecca Comm. On Hammond Rd & 4th St btwn 5th & 3rd Streets, consisting of a single In. traffic circle w/one bypass RT Ln for the SE traffic; mountable median aprons; landscaped center; S/W & Ped. X-ing; landscape buffer; realignment of Hammond Rd.; and an entry monument. Technical Change to Correct RTP ID, per approved 2012 RTP Riverside County RIV071285 In the Southeast Coachella Valley in Eastern Riverside County, just south of the City of Coachella on Ave. 56 (Airport Blvd) - from Polk St to the west to Orange St. to the east of the R/R X-ing: Replace existing 2 Ln (1 Ln in ea dir) at grade R/R X-ing with a 2 Ln OC (1 Ln in ea dir - non -capacity) across the UPRR tracks. Cost increase and schedule delay 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 2 of 3 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 November 2012 �. =`� 4 RCTC on Rwerdda Cony 'kimono* Cemmbslar SCAG approval: 12/19/2012 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Riverside County RIV111003 In Western Riverside County in the city of Jurupa Valley - Market Street Bridge Replacement: Replace the existing two lane (one lane in each direction) Market Street Bridge over the Santa Ana River, 0.4 miles northwest of SR60 with a four lane (two lanes in each direction) bridge, Bridge No. 56C0024. Reprogramming of HBP per 10/29/2012 update. Riverside County RIV100105 In Western Riverside County - 1-15 at Indian Truck Trail IC: Widen Indian Truck Trail from 2 to 4 lanes, including dedicated left -turn lanes to NB and SB on ramp; widening of the SB exit ramp from 1 to 3 lanes; and widening of the NB exit ramp and entry ramp from 1 to 3 lanes plus intersection improvements at Temescal Cyn Rd. Technical Change to Correct RTP ID, per approved 2012 RTP Number of Projects 23 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of January 28, 2013 1 /29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 3 of 3 RCTC Di 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 3 January 2013 �v-at ansoon°�`"""�°r Agency Project ID Title Update Reason CALTRANS RIVLS12 Grouped projects for emergency repair - SHOPP Emergency Response Program: Projects are consistent w/40 CFR Part 93.126 Exempt Table 2 - Repair damage caused by natural disasters, civil unrest, or terrorist acts. Applies to damages that do not qualify for fed emergency relief funds or to damages that qualify for fed emergency relief funds but extend beyond the federally declared disaster period. New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years -Addition of EA 1 C780 to FY 2012/2013 Federal Lands Highway Divison RIV130101 REHABILITATE APPROXIMATELY 0.5 MILES OF THE PACIFIC COAST TRAIL - FULLERS RIDGE W TRAIL BETWEEN SEVEN PINES TRAIL AND DEER SPRINGS TRAIL IN MOUNT SAN JACINTO STATE PARK. CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITES INCLUDE BRUSHING AND CLEARING, SWITCHBACKS, ARMORING, ROCK RETAINING WALLS, DRAINAGE LENSES, AND TRAIL CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION (PART OF MAP-21 BILL). New Project programmed at the request of State of California - Natural Resources Agency -Dept of Parks and Recreation Indio RIV091208 IN COACHELLA VALLEY IN THE CITY OF INDIO - JACKSON ST TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALL: INSTALL A NEW TS AT JACKSON ST & MARKET ST/DILLON AVE., & INSTALL. OF A WIRELESS INTERCONNECT SYSTEM ON JACKSON ST BTWN AVE. 44 TO THE NO. & AVE. 45 TO THE SO., A DISTANCE OF APROX. 1 MILE. INTERCONNECT SYSTEM INCLUDES 2 EXIST. TS & 1 NEW TS ($38 TOLL CREDITS USED FOR CMAQ MATCH IN CONS). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years La Quinta RIV121202 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF LA QUINTA - ON DUNE PALMS RD: REPLACE 3-LANE LOW WATER CROSSING WITH 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER THE COACHELLA VALLEY STORMWATER CHANNEL ( WHITEWATER RIVER - BRIDGE NO.00L0070) New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years -per 10/29/2012 HBP update RCTC RIV071250 On SR91/I-15: SR91 - Cons 1 MF Ln (SR71-115)/1 Aux Ln var locs (SR241-Pierce) (OC PM 14.43- 18.91), CD System (2/3/4 Lns main-115), 1 toll Expr Ln (tel) & convert HOV to Tel ea dir (0C-115); I 15-const tel med dir connct NB15 to WB91 and EB91 to SB15, 1 tel ea dir SR91 dir connct-Ontario IC (115 PM 37.56-42.94). Cost increase to include latest cost estimate. RCTC RIV090601 REHABILITATION/RENOVATION OF METROLINK TRACK, SIGNALS, COMMUNICATIONS, STRUCTURES, FACILITIES, SYSTEMS, & ROLLING STOCK. UTILIZATION OF TOLL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS TO MATCH FTA 5307 & FTA5309(A) IN CONSTRUCTION IS AS FOLLOWS: $245 IN FY 11 FOR FTA 5307 AND 5309(A); $251 IN FY 12 FOR FTA 5307; $502 IN FY 13 FOR FTA 5309(A); AND $522 IN FY 14 FOR FTA 5309A. Description change to clarify that rolling stock rehabilitation/renovation includes replacement of locomotives with Tier-4 technology and deprogramming of FTA 5309a FY's 13 and 14 Original 1/29/2013 - 7:02 AM Page 1 of 2 Riverside RIV071271 IN RIVERSIDE ON STREETER AVENUE: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LANE (2 LNS IN EA DIR) R/R X- ING WITH A 4 LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR - NON -CAPACITY) U.C. GRADE SEPARATION ON STREETER AVE BETWEEN LANTANA ST AND BEATTY DR., AND INSTALL APPROX. 1,000 FT OF PCC S/W ON EACH SIDE OF STREETER AVENUE WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS. Cost decrease per latest engineer's estimate. Riverside RIV071272 IN RIVERSIDE ON RIVERSIDE AVE: REPLACE EXISTING 4-LANE (2 LNS IN EA DIR) R/R/ X-ING WITH A 4 LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR - NON -CAPACITY) U.C. G. S. ALONG RIVERSIDE AVE BTWN MERRILL AVE AND 400FT N/O ELIZABETH ST. ADD IMP INCLUDE INSTALLATION OF APPROX 1,100 FT OF PCC S/W ON EACH SIDE OF RIVERSIDE AVE WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS ($791 TC IN FY09/10 & $151 TC IN FY12/13 USED TO MATCH STPL IN RNU) Cost increase per latest engineer's estimate Riverside County RIV121203 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY - ON AVE 56/AIRPORT DR, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER .21 MILES E/O HWY 111 (BRIDGE N0.56C0020). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years -per 10/29/2012 HBP update Riverside County R1V121204 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE NEWLY INCORPORATED CITY OF EASTVALE - ON HAMNER AVE OVER SANTA ANA RIVER .5 MILES N/0 OF SIXTH STREET, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 6 LANE BRIDGE (BRIDGE N0.56C0446). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years -per 10/29/2012 HBP update Temecula 991206 BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD EXTENSIONS: EXTEND MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD (4 LNS) FROM BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD TO SERAPHINA RD; BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD (4 LNS) FROM RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD TO MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD; & NICHOLAS RD (4 LNS) FROM BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. TO CALLE GIRASOL New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years -Cost increase Temecula RIV031215 Frech Valley Pkwy IC/Arterial Phases: Construct 6 Ln IC (Jefferson to Ynez) & ramps, NB/SB aux In, CD Lns (3 Ins NB&SB) & modify Winchester Rd IC (1-215 PM: 8.43-9.75) (EA:43270). Cost increase per latest engineer's estimate Temecula 991202 French Valley Pkwy (FVP) Phase!: Design & Construct FVP 2 through lanes arterial westbound from 1-15 to Jefferson Ave, construct FVP SB exit ramp (1 lane), SB aux lane (from FVP IC to Winchester Rd IC) & widen Winchester Rd IC SB exit ramp (1 to 3 Ins) (EA: 43270). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years and cost decrease based on latest estimate Various Agencies RIV050201 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BRIDGE REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION - HBP PROGRAM; PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 CATEGORIES - WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). TC UTILIZATION: $649 IN 11/12 FOR CONS; $190 IN 12/13 FOR PE; $18 IN 15/16 FOR R/W; $2 IN 16/17 FOR R/W; $871 IN 16/17 FOR CONS; & $192 IN 17/18 Cost increase per 10/29/2012 HBP funding update. 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