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09 September 16, 2013 Technical Advisory CommitteeCOMM-TAC-00023 TIME: DATE: LOCATION: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. 10:00 a.m. September 16, 2013 Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, Third 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 the 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 July 15, 2013 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. CEQA Reform Update (Verbal Presentation) 6. Active Transportation Program (ATP) Trailer Bill (Attachment) 7. 1-15 Re-scoped Project (Verbal Presentation) 8. 2013 FTIP Update (Attachment) 9. 2015 FTIP Update (Attachment) 10. Moreno Valley Funding Request for Perris Boulevard (Verbal Presentation) 11. Local Assistance Update (Verbal Presentation) 12. September Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 13. Other Business 14. Adjournment (The next meeting will be December 2, 2013 in Beaumont.) • AGENCY I TAC MEMBER BANNING DUANE BURK Director of Public Works I BEAUMONT -------t<ISHEN PRATHIVADI !Assistant Director of Public Works -----11 ___ _ BLYTHE DAVID LANE City Manager CVAG I MICHAEL SHOBERG JTransportation Program Manager ; CALIM-ESA ---1 MICHAEL ------, I City Engineer -----------f---------CALTRANS CANYON LAKE ISEAN YEUNG Acting District Local Assistance Engineer HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer CATHEDRAL CITY -I BILL SIMONS _____ _ Interim City Engineer -----------1-------·-------COACHELLA CORONA DESERT HOT SPRINGS JONATHAN HOY City Engineer KIP FIELD Acting Public Works Director TECHNICAL AD.,RY COMMITTEE September 16, 2013 ALTERNATE PRINT NAME Kahono Oei ()GI \(~t,,...ot.JD -f(~fO '(. 1'/U~ --Kevin Hughes t i Deputy Director Bob French Public Works Director William Mosby 1 ; ~pufy Directo~f~lann~ I ~-, 'i"f,, ----,L-----1 SIGNATURE I I ~p ' -• i ~-\t\ 5 1 '"'ro "'S i -~....:;::::s i -----------------------~.::_____ __________ -1~:::,~;~oraso1recro_'__powJ~rt ~... _1 :?)-~}_/-/x: __ H Robert Morin 1 Principal Civil Engineer ------------------------!------ ·,· EASTVALE HEMET t----INDIAN WELLS INDIO L JURUPA VALLEY LA QUINTA LAKE ELSINORE 1-------------MENIFEE MORENO VALLEY MURRIETA NORCO GEORGE ALVAREZ City Engineer JORGE BIAGIONI TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE September 16, 2013 Geo'/f-A fv0;.rc::"t_.__ Victor Monz • ------~-Engineering Director/City Engineer I Principal Engineer I KEN SEU MALO Bondie Baker Public Works Director Assistant Engineer II 'GRANT EKLUND Tom Rafferty Public Works Director/City Engineer Principal Civil Engineer I I ROY STEPHENSON Mike Myers ~,.; f~Alo I µ L-t-b.£JJ N -r l~J: (,-:-A}P I )At-~ ------I -----+--------------+-------------Public Works Director/City Engineer Assistant City Engineer TIMOTHY JONASSON Bryan McKinney Public Works Director/City Engineer Principal Engineer 1;-;;: "TO~son (fJ~~· -----· ---IJONATHANSMITH Robert Johnson Acting City Engineer Interim City Manager !AHMAD ANSARI Prem Kumar Public Works Director/City Engineer Deputy Public Works Director/ Assistant City Engineer I BOB MOEHLING Jim Holsten City Engineer ~LTHOMPSON Assistant City Manager I Lori AsKew A!-ff-4,AP hls~ ~Z,-­~J\~™u~t) '6 ~~-------+------ -----+-----------------------------~ --~~·-----------1 Director of Public Works Sr. Engineer ·,· PALM DESERT PALM SPRINGS PERRIS RTA BO CHEN City Engineer I DAVE BARAKIAN Director of Public Works/ City Engineer HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer GORDON ROBINSON Director of Planning RANCHO MIRAGE I BRUCE HARRY Director of Public Works RIVERSIDE [TOM BOYD Public Works Director -·-------+-----------RIVERSIDE COUNTYIJUAN PEREZ SAN JACINTO SUN LINE TEMECULA WILDOMAR WRCOG Director of Transportation HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer JOE FORGIARINI Director of Transit Planning GREG BUTLER Director of Public Works DAN YORK Director of Public Works/City Engineer RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER Deputy Executive Director TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE September 16, 2013 Mark Diercks Transportation Engineer Savat Khamphou Lorelle Moe-Luna Senior Planner Bill Enos 170 ur~ p I{ ve.-frtA /(q 'J ~ • l City Engineer Farshid Mohammadi / Engineering Manager V I~ ~r~hJ J\1117hA~· I ---7..,....'-( 1<,,"""-I~ ,_2 • Patty Romo Deputy Director of Transportation pi --1 ..... ·-----+-----1-.. -Amer Attar Principal Engineer I c~ ~·TZ,_£12_ Janet Morales Administrative Assistant Donna Dean Program Manager 1r'~~~mlL. 1-'-{ OV'llL ·• AGENCY TECHNICAL ADV.RY COMMITTEE September 16, 2013 NAME • TELEPHONE OR E-MAIL ~ R~ ~U/11\'\f(_ , __ _ 1Yf.)f-IJ J'!lt ~fe.Ylke '"'0v"'t o (?s t{u C, L~W t ~ -·· gf1 <!A-<£ @_ .M 0 J !+ J_ , of(.. <El_ C-\ "°t e:> f-i\l o e~ o V lfllc'/ fl '11 ,. i I 'R; 11 'W'~(cf-'C. 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SELF -INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: Others Present: Ahmad Ansari, City of Moreno Valley Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Donna Dean, WRCOG Grant Eklund, City of Indio Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Timothy Jonasson, City of La Quinta Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley Bob Moehling, City of Murrieta Robert Morin, City of Corona Mike Myers, City of Jurupa Valley Gordon Robinson, RTA Patty Romo, County of Riverside Michael Shoberg, CVAG Bill Simons, City of Cathedral City Michael Thornton, City of Calimesa Dan York, City of Wildomar Grace Alvarez, RCTC Brad Brophy, Tri Lake Consultants Eric DeHate, RCTC Mike Errante, Webb Associates Shirley Gooding, RCTC Jillian Guizado Philip Kamho, RTA Raphael Martinez, City of Corona Shirley Medina, RCTC Thuy Nguyen, City of Riverside Mojahed Salama, County of Riverside Dilesh Sheth, Webb Associates Arturo Vela, City of Banning Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 15, 2013 Page 2 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Minutes were approved as submitted. 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5. STATUS ON MAP-21 BUY AMERICA IMPLEMENTATION Shirley Medina, RCTC, stated that the Buy America provision has always been a requirement in the Federal Transportation Act and included in many bid documents. Now it has been interpreted broader and applied to right of way utility relocations and utility companies. The utility companies have to certify that all steel and iron used on projects are manufactured in America. Utility companies reported to the California Transportation Commission that it is very difficult to go back through their inventories to see when and where they purchased the equipment or materials used for utility relocations. PG&E reported that they cannot find a manufacturer in the United States for a particular valve to pass or meet PG&E's standards and specifications. She further stated that even if federal funds are not used on the right of way phase, if a NEPA document was done for the project, Buy America provisions would apply. Utility companies have been meeting at the federal/state levels indicating that they would like to comply but they may need more time. She said that the July 11, 2013 FHWA letter that was provided to the TAC allows to December 31, 2013 for the utility companies to be able to provide and certify that their materials comply with Buy America. If they cannot, waivers or different type materials may be needed. For the 91 project, this gives RCTC a little more time to work with the utility companies. 6. MULTI -FUNDING CALL FOR PROJECTS (OVERVIEW OF CALL, Q&A) Ms. Medina indicated that the Call for Projects packet was e-mailed to the TAC June 25, 2013 and it is posted on RCTC's website at www.rctc.org. She reported that the 2014 STIP fund estimate is $54 million for Riverside County — about $42 million for Western County and $12 million for Coachella Valley. She explained some of the criteria for the projects, e.g., regional significance, and points that will be given to items such as project readiness, safety, cost benefit, etc. RTP/SCS consistency will have to be discussed prior to the evaluations for assignment of points. She said it is expected that the projects should be ready for evaluation mid to late October 2013 and she responded to questions regarding the Call for Projects. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 15, 2013 Page 3 7. FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2012/13 DELIVERY/OBLIGATION PLAN Eric DeHate, RCTC, reported that in early June, RCTC submitted the updated obligation plan FFY 2012/13 to Caltrans Local Assistance to help Caltrans determine if the state will utilize 100% of its obligation authority this year and to calculate if additional obligation authority needs to be requested from FHWA by the August 1, 2013 deadline. Per the letter attached to the staff report, July 1 is the deadline to submit requests for authorization to Caltrans Local Assistance to allow enough time to review and approve the federal funds before September 30, the end of the federal fiscal year. Based on the obligation plan provided, seven of the twelve projects were submitted to Caltrans for review and processing totaling approximately $50.66 million. He also stated that if all the seven projects submitted are obligated in FFY 2012/13, RCTC federal obligation delivery will be $82.54 million ($41.12 million previously obligated offset by $9.24 million of de -obligations from project savings and/or project closeouts, resulting in a $31.88 million obligation year-to-date). 8. FTIP UPDATE Mr. DeHate stated that currently SCAG has processed eleven amendments to the 2013 FTIP encompassing six formal amendments, four administrative modifications, and one RTP consistency amendment. He further stated that RCTC has participated in ten out of the eleven amendments submitted totaling changes to 158 projects. Formal Amendment No. 7 was the only amendment RCTC has not participated in thus far because it was SCAG's lump sum amendment encompassing JARC and New Freedom funding for non-profit transit providers in the SCAG region. Mr. DeHate said that formal Amendment No. 7 was approved by FHWA on March 22, 2013. The most recently submitted amendment to SCAG was Formal Amendment No. 11, which entailed changes to ten projects. He reminded the TAC that Formal Amendment No. 9 was the STP call for projects group listings by Eastern and Western Riverside County that was approved by FHWA on June 27, 2013. He pointed out that the amendment log identifies each amendment, when it was due to RCTC, when it was submitted to SCAG, the anticipated approval, and when it was approved. For projects that need amending in order to submit RFA's to Caltrans, the anticipated date of approval should provide the TAC a good working estimate for submissions. 9. 2014 STIP DEVELOPMENT Shirley Medina said that at the beginning of the STIP cycle, the percentage split is adjusted for the Intra-County Formula calculation. She reviewed the STIP allocations provided in her staff report and indicated that the corresponding amounts are just under $40 million for Western County and Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 15, 2013 Page 4 almost $13 million for Coachella Valley and $376,000 for Palo Verde Valley. This will be presented to the Commission at its September 2013 meeting. 10. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE There was no update at this meeting. 11. JULY COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Ms. Medina reported the following July 2013 Commission meeting highlights: • SR-91 CIP Bond Sales closed - $420 million TIFIA loan; $462 million Sales Tax Bond closed; and $177 million Toll Revenue Bonds closed; • Perris Valley Line settlement was reached with the Friends of Riverside's Hills; • Public Hearing on Transit Service Funding Allocation for FY 2013/14; • Public Hearing for Resolution of Necessity on the SR-91 CIP project — there were numerous resolutions and there will be many more at RCTC's September meeting; • Measure A 5-Year CIPS were approved and there will be more at the September meeting; • The MOE base year for city of Wildomar was approved; • SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian recommendations were approved; • Presentation of the Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan — benefits information. Ms. Medina stated that the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority will be invited to a future TAC meeting to provide an update of the plan. 12. OTHER BUSINESS Jillian Guizado, RCTC, reported that regarding the SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian call for projects, there was a great deal of discussion by the Commissioners at the Budget and Implementation meeting as well as the July Commission meeting, particularly concerning the evaluation criteria that has not been revised since 1992. Therefore, a TAC subcommittee will be created to assess the current evaluation criteria and revamp it to address concerns of the Commissioners. Concerns other than the evaluation criteria include bicycle issues, e.g. very few bicycle projects are submitted and/or approved; equitability of funding to Coachella Valley versus the Western Riverside area. The percentage has that Coachella Valley receives about 25% of the allocation while Western Riverside receives about 75% of the allocation. The subcommittee could determine that there should be a set percentage that each side will always receive. Ms. Guizado said there is also concern over environmental justice. Some representatives feel that the program should look more at the fact that some cities populations are low income with severe needs. She requested volunteers to sit on the subcommittee. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 15, 2013 Page 5 Volunteers were: Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Donna Dean, WRCOG Tim Jonasson, City of La Quinta Gordon Robinson, RTA Patty Romo, County of Riverside Michael Shoberg, CVAG Dan York, City of Wildomar Jillian Guizado indicated that the first subcommittee meeting would be in August 2013 with at least one follow up meeting. TAC approval of the evaluation criteria should be about November 2013 and recommendations would be presented to the Budget and Implementation Committee the end of January and to the Commission in February. 13. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 10:50 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Shirley Medi Programming and Planning Manager AGENDA ITEM 5 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 5. AGENDA ITEM 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 16, 2013 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director SUBJECT: SB 99 - Active Transportation Program Trailer Bill STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: SB 99 establishes the Active Transportation Program (ATP), which consolidates various transportation programs and funds including the Bicycle Transportation Account, Bikeway Account, and the Safe Routes to School Program. ATP also includes MAP-21 Recreational Trails Program funds and Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funds, formerly Transportation Enhancement Activities (TEA). The bill also appropriates $10 million from the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program Fund to the Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency to support local environmental enhancement and mitigation programs. AB 105, which is similar, was recently passed and the passage of SB 99 is expected soon. These bills could continue to change with the onset of newly amended language; however, the attached SB 99 bill language is the latest version that is being shared throughout the state. MAP 21 TAP funding is split among the state and metropolitan planning organizations. For the State's share, the ATP bill authorizes the California Transportation Commission (CTC) to develop guidelines for a competitive process emphasizing bicycle and pedestrian projects in addition to achieving greenhouse gas reduction goals pursuant to SB 375. MPO TAP funds will also require a competitive selection process in accordance with the CTC's guidelines. At this time, it is unclear when the CTC would adopt guidelines for this program. However, once the ATP bill is passed, the CTC would have six months to adopt the guidelines. Therefore, a competitive call for projects at the state or MPO level is likely to occur Spring 2014 at the earliest. AMENDED 1N ASSEMBLY AUGUST 27, 2013 SENATE BILL No. 99 Introduced by Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review January 10, 2013 An act rclating to the Budgct Act of 2013. An act to amend Sections 164.56 and 2106 of, to amend the heading of Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 2100) of Division 3 of, to amend and repeal Sections 892.2, 892.4, 892.5, 892.6, 893, 893.2, 893.4, 893.6, 894, 894.2, and 2333.5 of, and to add Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 2380) to Division 3 of, the Streets and Highways Code, relating to transportation, and making an appropriation therefor, to take effect immediately, bill related to the budget. LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST SB 99, as amended, Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review. Budget Act of 2013. Active Transportation Program. Existing law establishes various transportation programs and associated funds and accounts, including the Bicycle Transportation Account, the Bikeway Account, and the Safe Routes to School Program. Existing federal law, pursuant to the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21 st Century Act, reconstitutes various federal transportation funding programs, including the former Transportation Enhancements Program, and creates the new federal Transportation Alternatives Program comprised of various former separate programs. This bill would create the Active Transportation Program in the Department of Transportation, to be funded in the annual Budget Act from specified federal and state transportation funds, including 100% of the available federal Transportation Alternatives Program funds and federal Recreational Trails Program funds, except as specified, 98 SB 99 — 2 — $21, 000, 000 of federal Highway Safety Improvement Program funds or other federal funds, a specified amount of fuel tax revenues from the Highway Users Tax Account and the State Highway Account, and from other available funds. The bill would provide for funds to be allocated to eligible projects by the California Transportation Commission, with 40% of available funds to be made available for programming by metropolitan planning organizations in urbanized areas with a population greater than 200, 000, 10% for small urban and rural regions, and 50% on a statewide basis, with all awards to be made competitively, as specified The bill would include among the authorized activities for the Active Transportation Program certain existing activities of the above -referenced programs and accounts. The bill would also add new authorized activities, as specified The bill would require the commission to develop guidelines and procedures, including project selection criteria, for the program in consultation with various agencies and interested parties. The bill would require the commission to initially adopt a 2-year program of projects for the program, with subsequent 4-year programs thereafter. The bill would correspondingly eliminate the Bicycle Transportation Account, the Bikeway Account, and the Safe Routes to School Program as separate programs. The bill would require the Commission, no later then 45 days prior to adopting the initial set offinal guidelines for the Active Transportation Program, to submit the draft guidelines to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. This bill would provide that no additional funds shall be transferred to the Bicycle Transportation Account. The bill would transfer the remaining assets and liabilities of the Bicycle Transportation Account and the Bikeway Account to the State Highway Account on July 1, 2014, and would provide that various provisions governing these programs become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and would be repealed on January 1, 2015. Existing law creates the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program Fund, and states the intent of the Legislature to allocate $10, 000, 000 annually to the fund, for expenditure on grants to specified agencies and nonprofit entities for various types of projects that are directly or indirectly related to the environmental impact of transportation facilities, including, among other things, highway landscaping and roadside recreational opportunities. This bill would instead state the intent of the Legislature to allocate $7, 000, 000 annually to the fund, and would delete the reference to 98 — 3 — SB 99 projects for highway landscaping and roadside recreational opportunities. The bill would appropriate $10, 000, 000 from the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program Fund to the Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency for grants awarded by the secretary to support local environmental enhancement and mitigation programs. This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as a bill providing for appropriations related to the Budget Bill. This bill would express the intent of the Legislature to coact statutory changes relating to the Budget Act of 2013. Vote: majority. Appropriation: eyes. Fiscal committee: fte yes. State -mandated local program: no. The people of the State of California do enact as follows: 1 SECTION 1. Section 164.56 of the Streets and Highways Code 2 is amended to read: 3 164.56. (a) It is the intent of the Legislature to allocate -ten 4 seven million dollars ($10,000,000) ($7, 000, 000) annually to the 5 Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program Fund, which 6 is hereby created. 7 (b) Local, state, and federal agencies and nonprofit entities may 8 apply for and may receive grants, not to exceed five million dollars 9 ($5,000,000) for any single grant, to undertake environmental 10 enhancement and mitigation projects that are directly or indirectly 11 related to the environmental impact of modifying existing 12 transportation facilities or for the design, construction, or expansion 13 of new transportation facilities. 14 (c) Projects eligible for funding include, but are not limited to, 15 all of the following: 16 (1) IIighway landscaping and urban Urban forestry projects 17 designed to offset vehicular emissions of carbon dioxide. 18 (2) Acquisition or enhancement of resource lands to mitigate 19 the loss of, or the detriment to, resource lands lying within the 20 right-of-way acquired for proposed transportation improvements. 21 (3) Roadside recreational opportunities, including roadside rests, 22 trails, trailhcads, and parks. 23 (4) 24 (3) Projects to mitigate the impact of proposed transportation 25 facilities or to enhance the environment, where the ability to 98 SB 99 — 4 — 1 effectuate the mitigation or enhancement measures is beyond the 2 scope of the lead agency responsible for assessing the 3 environmental impact of the proposed transportation improvement. 4 (d) Grant proposals shall be submitted to the Resources Agency 5 for evaluation in accordance with procedures and criteria prescribed 6 by the Resources Agency. The Resources Agency shall evaluate 7 proposals submitted to it and prepare a list of proposals 8 recommended for funding. The list may be revised at any time. 9 Prior to including a proposal on the list, the Resources Agency 10 shall make a finding that the proposal is eligible for funding 11 pursuant to subdivision (f). 12 (e) Within the fiscal limitations of subdivisions (a) and (b), the 13 commission shall annually award grants to fund proposals that are 14 included on the list prepared by the Resources Agency pursuant 15 to subdivision (d). 16 (f) Projects funded pursuant to this section shall be projects that 17 contribute to mitigation of the environmental effects of 18 transportation facilities, as provided for by Section 1 of Article 19 XIX of the California Constitution. 20 SEC. 2. Section 892.2 of the Streets and Highways Code is 21 amended to read: 22 892.2. (a) The Bicycle Transportation Account is continued 23 in existence in the State Transportation Fund, and, notwithstanding 24 Section 13340 of the Government Code, the money in the account 25 is continuously appropriated to the department for expenditure for 26 the purposes specified in Section 892.4. Unexpended moneys shall 27 be retained in the account for use in subsequent fiscal years. 28 (b) Any reference in law or regulation to the Bicycle Lane 29 Account is a reference to the Bicycle Transportation Account. 30 (c) All assets and liabilities of the Bicycle Transportation 31 Account shall become assets and liabilities of the State Highway 32 Account before July 1, 2014. 33 (d) This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, 34 as of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, 35 that becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or 36 extends the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 37 SEC. 3. Section 892.4 of the Streets and Highways Code is 38 amended to read: 98 — 5 — SB 99 1 892.4. The department shall allocate and disburse moneys from 2 the Bicycle Transportation Account according to the following 3 priorities: 4 (a) To the department, the amounts necessary to administer this 5 article, not to exceed 1 percent of the funds expended per year. 6 (b) To counties and cities, for bikeways and related facilities, 7 planning, safety and education, in accordance with Section 891.4. 8 (c) This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, 9 as of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, 10 that becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or 11 extends the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 12 SEC. 4. Section 892.5 of the Streets and Highways Code is 13 amended to read: 14 892.5. The Bikeway Account, created in the State 15 Transportation Fund by Chapter 1235 of the Statutes of 1975, is 16 continued in effect, and, notwithstanding Section 13340 of the 17 Government Code, money in the account is hereby continuously 18 appropriated to the department for expenditure for the purposes 19 specified in this chapter. Uncxpcndcd moncy shall be rctaincd in 20 the account for use in subscqucnt fiscal ycars. 21 All assets and liabilities of the Bikeway Account shall become 22 assets and liabilities of the State Highway Account before July 1, 23 2014. 24 This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, as 25 of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that 26 becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or extends 27 the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 28 SEC. 5. Section 892.6 of the Streets and Highways Code is 29 amended to read: 30 892.6. The Legislature finds and declares that the construction 31 of bikeways pursuant to this article constitutes a highway purpose 32 under Article XIX of the California Constitution and justifies the 33 expenditure of highway funds therefor. 34 This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, as 35 of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that 36 becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or extends 37 the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 38 SEC. 6. Section 893 of the Streets and Highways Code is 39 amended to read: 98 SB 99 — 6 — 1 893. The depai tment shall disburse the money from the Bicycle 2 Transportation Account pursuant to Section 891.4 for projects that 3 improve the safety and convenience of bicycle commuters, 4 including, but not limited to, any of the following: 5 (a) New bikeways serving major transportation corridors. 6 (b) New bikeways removing travel barriers to potential bicycle 7 commuters. 8 (c) Secure bicycle parking at employment centers, park -and -ride 9 lots, rail and transit terminals, and ferry docks and landings. 10 (d) Bicycle -carrying facilities on public transit vehicles. 11 (e) Installation of traffic control devices to improve the safety 12 and efficiency of bicycle travel. 13 (f) Elimination of hazardous conditions on existing bikeways. 14 (g) Planning. 15 (h) Improvement and maintenance of bikeways. 16 In recommending projects to be funded, due consideration shall 17 be given to the relative cost effectiveness of proposed projects. 18 This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, as 19 of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that 20 becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or extends 21 the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 22 SEC. 7. Section 893.2 of the Streets and Highways Code is 23 amended to read: 24 893.2. The department shall not finance projects with the 25 money in accounts continued in existence pursuant to this article 26 which could be financed appropriately pursuant to Article 2 27 (commencing with Section 887), or fully financed with federal 28 financial assistance. 29 This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, as 30 of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that 31 becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or extends 32 the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 33 SEC. 8. Section 893.4 of the Streets and Highways Code is 34 amended to read: 35 893.4. If available funds are insufficient to finance completely 36 any project whose eligibility is established pursuant to Section 37 893, the project shall retain its priority for allocations in subsequent 38 fiscal years. 39 This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, as 40 of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that 98 — 7 — SB 99 1 becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or extends 2 the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 3 SEC. 9. Section 893.6 of the Streets and Highways Code is 4 amended to read: 5 893.6. The department shall make a reasonable effort to 6 disburse funds in general proportion to population. However, no 7 applicant shall receive more than 25 percent of the total amounts 8 transferred to the Bicycle Transportation Account in a single fiscal 9 year. 10 This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, as 11 of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that 12 becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or extends 13 the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 14 SEC. 10. Section 894 of the Streets and Highways Code is 15 amended to read: 16 894. The depat talent may enter into an agreement with any 17 city or county concerning the handling and accounting of the 18 money disbursed pursuant to this article, including, but not limited 19 to, procedures to permit prompt payment for the work 20 accomplished. 21 This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, as 22 of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that 23 becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or extends 24 the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 25 . SEC. 11. Section 894.2 of the Streets and Highways Code is 26 amended to read: 27 894.2. The department, in cooperation with county and city 28 governments, shall adopt the necessary guidelines for implementing 29 this article. 30 This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, as 31 of January 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that 32 becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or extends 33 the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 34 SEC. 12. The heading of Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 35 2100) of Division 3 of the Streets and Highways Code is amended 36 to read: 37 38 CHAPTER 3. HIGHWAY USERS TAX PUI s ACCOUNT 39 98 SB 99 —8- 1 SEC. 13. Section 2106 of the Streets and Highways Code is 2 amended to read: 3 2106. Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, 4 a sum equal to the net revenue derived from one and four 5 one -hundredths cent ($0.0104) per gallon tax under the Motor 6 Vehicle Fuel License Tax Law (Part 2 (commencing with Section 7 7301) of Division 2 of the Revenue and Taxation Code) shall be 8 apportioned monthly from the Highway Users Tax Account in the 9 Transportation Tax Fund among the counties and cities as follows: 10 (a) Four hundred dollars ($400) per month shall be apportioned 11 to each city and city and county and eight hundred dollars ($800) 12 per month shall be apportioned to each county and city and county. 13 (b) Commcncing on July 31, 2007, and on On the last day of 14 each month after that date, the sum of six hundred thousand dollars 15 ($600,000) per month shall be transferred to the Bicycle 16 State Highway Account in the State Transportation 17 Fund for the Active Transportation Program pursuant to Chapter 18 8 (commencing with Section 2380). For each month in the 2013-14 19 fiscal year that has passed prior to the enactment of the bill adding 20 this sentence, six hundred thousand dollars ($600, 000) shall be 21 immediately transferred from the Bicycle Transportation Account 22 to the State Highway Account in the State Transportation Fund 23 for the Active Transportation Program, less any amount already 24 expended for that program from the Bicycle Transportation 25 Account during the 2013-14 fiscal year. 26 (c) The balance shall be apportioned, as follows: 27 (1) A base sum shall be computed for each county by using the 28 same proportions of fee -paid and exempt vehicles as are established 29 for purposes of apportionment of funds under subdivision (d) of 30 Section 2104. 31 (2) For each county, the percentage of the total assessed 32 valuation of tangible property subject to local tax levies within the 33 county which is represented by the assessed valuation of tangible 34 property outside the incorporated cities of the county shall be 35 applied to its base sum, and the resulting amount shall be 36 apportioned to the county. The assessed valuation of taxable 37 tangible property, for purposes of this computation, shall be that 38 most recently used for countywide tax levies as reported to the 39 Controller by the State Board of Equalization. If an incorporation 40 or annexation is legally completed following the base sum 98 — 9 — SB 99 1 computation, the new city's assessed valuation shall be deducted 2 from the county's assessed valuation, the estimate of which may 3 be provided by the State Board of Equalization. 4 (3) The difference between the base sum for each county and 5 the amount apportioned to the county shall be apportioned to the 6 cities of that county in the proportion that the population of each 7 city bears to the total. population of all the cities in the county. 8 Populations used for determining apportionment of money under 9 Section 2107 are to be used for purposes of this section. 10 (d) (1) Transfers of revenues from the Highway Users Tax 11 Account to counties or cities pursuant to this section collected 12 during the months of March, April, May, June, and July of 2008, 13 shall be made with the transfer of August 2008 revenues in 14 September of 2008. This suspension shall not apply to a county 15 with a population of less than 40,000. 16 (2) For the purpose of meeting the cash obligations associated 17 with ongoing budgeted costs, a city or county may make use of 18 any cash balance in the city account that is designated for the 19 receipt of state funds allocated for local streets and roads or the 20 county road fund, including that resulting from the receipt of funds 21 pursuant to the Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, 22 and Port Security Bond Act of 2006 (Chapter 12.49 (commencing 23 with Section 8879.20) of Division 1 of Title 2 of the Government 24 Code (hereafter bond act)) for local streets and roads maintenance, 25 during the period of this suspension, without the use of this cash 26 being reflected as an expenditure of bond act funds, provided the 27 cash is replaced once this suspension is repaid in September of 28 2008. Counties and cities may accrue the revenue received in 29 September 2008 as repayment of these suspensions for the months 30 of April, May, and June of 2008 back to the 2007-08 fiscal year. 31 Nothing in this paragraph shall change the fact that expenditures 32 must be accrued and reflected from the appropriate funding sources 33 for which the moneys were received and meet all the requirements 34 of those funding sources. 35 (e) (1) The transfer of revenues from the Highway Users Tax 36 Account to counties or cities pursuant to this section collected 37 during the months of January, February, and March 2009, shall be 38 made with the transfer of April 2009 revenues in May 2009. 39 (2) For the purpose of meeting the cash obligations associated 40 with ongoing budgeted costs, a city or county may make use of 98 SB 99 —10 — 1 any cash balance in the city account that is designated for the 2 receipt of state funds allocated for local streets and roads or the 3 county road fund, including that resulting from the receipt of funds 4 pursuant to the Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, 5 and Port Security Bond Act of 2006 (Chapter 12.49 (commencing 6 with Section 8879.20) of Division 1 of Title 2 of the Government 7 Code (bond act)) for local streets and roads maintenance, during 8 the period of this suspension, and the use of this cash shall not be 9 considered as an expenditure of bond act funds, if the cash is 10 replaced when the payments that are suspended pursuant to this 11 subdivision are repaid in May 2009. 12 (3) This subdivision shall not affect any requirement that an 13 expenditure is required to be accrued and reflected from the 14 appropriate funding source for which the money was received and 15 to meet all the requirements of its funding source. 16 SEC. 14. Section 2333.5 of the Streets and Highways Code is 17 amended to read: 18 2333.5. (a) The department, in consultation with the 19 Department of the California Highway Patrol, shall establish and 20 administer a "Safe Routes to School" construction program for 21 construction of bicycle and pedestrian safety and traffic calming 22 projects. 23 (b) The department shall award grants to local governmental 24 agencies under the program based on the results of a statewide 25 competition that requires submission of proposals for funding and 26 rates those proposals on all of the following factors: 27 (1) Demonstrated needs of the applicant. 28 (2) Potential of the proposal for reducing child injuries and 29 fatalities. 30 (3) Potential of the proposal for encouraging increased walking 31 and bicycling among students. 32 (4) Identification of safety hazards. 33 (5) Identification of current and potential walking and bicycling 34 routes to school. 35 (6) Use of a public participation process, including, but not 36 limited to, a public meeting that satisfies all of the following: 37 (A) Involves the public, schools, parents, teachers, local 38 agencies, the business community, key professionals, and others. 39 (B) Identifies community priorities and gathers community 40 input to guide the development of projects included in the proposal. 98 -11— SB 99 1 (C) Ensures that community priorities are reflected in the 2 proposal. 3 (D) Secures support for the proposal by relevant stakeholders. 4 (7) Benefit to a low-income school, defined for purposes of this 5 section to mean a school where at least 75 percent of students are 6 eligible to receive free or reduced -price meals under the National 7 School Lunch Program. 8 (c) Any annual budget allocation to fund grants described in 9 subdivision (b) shall be in addition to any federal funding received 10 by the state that is designated for "Safe Routes to School" projects 11 pursuant to Section 1404 of SAFETEA-LU or any similar program 12 funded through a subsequent transportation act. 13 (d) Any federal funding received by the state that is designated 14 for "Safe Routes to School" projects shall be distributed by the 15 department under the competitive grant process, consistent with 16 all applicable federal requirements. 17 (e) Prior to the award of any construction grant or the 18 department's use of those funds for a "Safe Routes to School" 19 construction project encompassing a freeway, state highway, or 20 county road, the department shall consult with, and obtain approval 21 from, the Department of the California Highway Patrol, ensuring 22 that the "Safe Routes to School" proposal complements the 23 California Highway Patrol's Pedestrian Corridor Safety Program 24 and is consistent with its statewide pedestrian safety statistical 25 analysis. 26 (0 The department is encouraged to coordinate with law 27 enforcement agencies' community policing efforts in establishing 28 and maintaining the "Safe Routes to School" construction program. 29 (g) In the development of guidelines and procedures governing 30 this program, the department shall fully consider the needs of 31 low-income schools. 32 (h) Up to 10 percent of program funds may be used to assist 33 eligible recipients in making infrastructure improvements, other 34 than schoolbus shelters, that create safe routes to schoolbus stops 35 that are located outside the vicinity of schools. 36 (i) This section shall become inoperative on July 1, 2014, and, 37 as of Januaiy 1, 2015, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, 38 that becomes operative on or before January 1, 2015, deletes or 39 extends the dates on which it becomes inoperative and is repealed. 98 SB 99 —12 — 1 SEC. 15. Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 2380) is added 2 to Division 3 of the Streets and Highways Code, to read: 3 4 CHAPTER 8. ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM 5 6 2380. There is hereby established the Active Transportation 7 Program in the department for the purpose of encouraging 8 increased use of active modes of transportation, such as biking 9 and walking. It is the intent of the Legislature that the program 10 achieve all of the following goals: 11 (a) Increase the proportion of trips accomplished by biking and 12 walking. 13 (b) Increase safety and mobility for nonmotorized users. 14 (c) Advance the active transportation efforts of regional agencies 15 to achieve greenhouse gas reduction goals as established pursuant 16 to SB 375 (Chapter 728, Statutes of 2008) and SB 391 (Chapter 17 585, Statutes of 2009). 18 (d) Enhance public health, including reduction of childhood 19 obesity through the use of programs including, but not limited to, 20 projects eligible for Safe Routes to School Program funding. 21 (e) Ensure that disadvantaged communities fully share in the 22 benefits of the program. 23 0 Provide a broad spectrum of projects to benefit many types 24 of active transportation users. 25 2381. (a) The Active Transportation Program shall be funded 26 by state and federal funds from appropriations in the annual 27 Budget Act. Funds for the program shall be appropriated to the 28 department, for allocation by the commission. The amount to be 29 appropriated shall include 100 percent of the federal 30 Transportation Alternative Program funds, except for any federal 31 Recreational Trails Program funds appropriated to the Department 32 of Parks and Recreation; twenty-one million dollars ($21,000,000) 33 of federal Highway Safety Improvement funds or other federal 34 funds; and State Highway Account funds. Future funding may be 35 augmented if state or federal funds increase, or if other funding 36 sources are identified. Funds appropriated for the Active 37 Transportation Program shall be distributed as follows: 38 (1) Forty percent to metropolitan planning organizations in 39 urban areas with populations greater than 200, 000, in proportion 40 to their relative share of population. Funds allocated under this 98 -13 — SB 99 1 paragraph shall be obligated for eligible projects selected through 2 a competitive process by the metropolitan planning organizations 3 in consultation with the department and the commission and in 4 accordance with guidelines established pursuant to this chapter. 5 (2) Ten percent to small urban and rural regions with 6 populations of 200,000 or less, with projects competitively awarded 7 by the commission to projects in those regions. 8 (3) Fifty percent to projects competitively awarded by the 9 commission on a statewide basis. 10 (b) For the purpose of paragraph (1) of subdivision (a), the 11 following shall apply in the region served by the multicounty 12 designated transportation planning agency described in Section 13 130004 of the Public Utilities Code: 14 (I) The multicounty designated transportation planning agency 15 shall consult with the county transportation commissions created 16 pursuant to Sections 130050, 130050.1, and 132800 of the Public 17 Utilities Code, the commission, and the department in the 18 development of competitive selection criteria to be adopted by the 19 multicounty designated transportation planning agency, which 20 should include consideration of geographic equity, consistent with 21 program objectives. 22 (2) The multicounty designated transportation planning agency 23 shall place priority on projects that are consistent with plans 24 adopted by local and regional governments within the county 25 where the project is located. 26 (3) The multicounty designated transportation planning agency 27 shall obtain concurrence from the county transportation 28 commissions, adopt the projects selected in a comprehensive 29 program of projects, and make funds available to selected project 30 recipients. 31 (c) The Legislature finds and declares that the program 32 described in this chapter constitutes a highway purpose under 33 Article XIX of the California Constitution and justifies the 34 expenditure of highway funds therefor, and all expenditures of 35 Article XIX funds under this program shall be consistent with 36 Article XIX. 37 2382. (a) The California Transportation Commission shall 38 develop guidelines and project selection criteria for the Active 39 Transportation Program in consultation with the Active 40 Transportation Program Workgroup, which shall be formed for 98 SB 99 —14 — 1 purposes of providing guidance on matters including, but not 2 limited to, development of and subsequent revisions to program 3 guidelines, schedules and procedures, project selection criteria, 4 performance measures, and program evaluation. The workgroup 5 shall include, but not be limited to, representatives of government 6 agencies and active transportation stakeholder organizations with 7 expertise in pedestrian and bicycle issues, including Safe Routes 8 to School programs. 9 (b) The guidelines shall be the complete and full statement of 10 the policies and criteria that the commission intends to use in 11 selecting projects to be included in the program. The guidelines 12 shall address subjects that include, but are not limited to, project 13 eligibility, application timelines, application rating and ranking 14 criteria, project monitoring, reporting, and transparency, and 15 project performance measurement. 16 (c) The guidelines shall include a process to ensure that no less 17 than 25 percent of overall program funds benefit disadvantaged 18 communities during each program cycle. The guidelines shall 19 establish a program definition for disadvantaged communities that 20 may include, but need not be limited to, the definition in Section 21 39711 of the Health and Safety Code and the definition of 22 low-income schools in paragraph (7) of subdivision (b) of former 23 Section 2333.5, as that section read on January 1, 2013. A project 24 eligible under this subdivision shall clearly demonstrate a benefit 25 to a disadvantaged community or be directly located in a 26 disadvantaged community. 27 (d) The California Transportation Commission shall adopt the 28 guidelines and selection criteria for, and define the types of 29 projects eligible to be funded through, the program following at 30 least two public hearings. Projects funded in this program shall 31 be limited to active transportation projects. The guidelines shall 32 ensure that eligible projects meet one or more of the goals set forth 33 in Section 2380 and may give increased weight to projects meeting 34 multiple goals. 35 (e) In developing the guidelines with regard to project eligibility, 36 the commission shall include, but need not be limited to, the 37 following project types: 38 (1) Development of new bikeways and walkways, or 39 improvements to existing bikeways and walkways, that improve 40 mobility, access, or safety for nonmotorized users. 98 -15 — SB 99 1 (2) Secure bicycle parking at employment centers, park and 2 ride lots, rail and transit stations, and ferry docks and landings. 3 (3) Bicycle -carrying facilities on public transit, including rail 4 and ferries. 5 (4) Installation of traffic control devices to improve the safety 6 of pedestrians and bicyclists. 7 (5) Elimination of hazardous conditions on existing bikeways 8 and walkways. 9 (6) Maintenance of bikeways and walkways. 10 (7) Recreational trails and trailheads, park projects that 11 facilitate trail linkages or connectivity to nonmotorized corridors, 12 and conversion of abandoned railroad corridors to trails. 13 (8) Safe Routes to School projects that improve the safety of 14 children walking and bicycling to school, in accordance with 15 Section 1404 of Public Law 109-59. 16 (9) Safe routes to transit projects, which will encourage transit 17 by improving biking and walking routes to mass transportation 18 facilities and school bus stops. 19 (10) Educational programs to increase biking and walking, and 20 other noninfrastructure investments that demonstrate effectiveness 21 in increasing active transportation. 22 (D In developing the guidelines with regard to project selection, 23 the commission shall include, but need not be limited to, the 24 following criteria: 25 (I) Demonstrated needs of the applicant. 26 (2) Potential for reducing pedestrian and bicyclist injuries and 27 fatalities. 28 (3) Potential for encouraging increased walking and bicycling, 29 especially among students. 30 (4) Identification of safety hazards for pedestrians and bicyclists. 31 (5) Identification of walking and bicycling routes to and from 32 schools, transit facilities, and community centers. 33 (6) Identification of the local public participation process that 34 culminated in the project proposal, which may include noticed 35 public meetings and consultation with local stakeholders. 36 (7) Benefit to disadvantaged communities. In developing 37 guidelines relative to this paragraph, the commission shall 38 consider, but need not be limited to, the definition of disadvantaged 39 communities as applied pursuant to subdivision (c). 98 SB 99 —16 — 1 (8) Cost-effectiveness, defined as maximizing the impact of the 2 funds provided. 3 (9) The adoption by a city or county applicant of a bicycle 4 transportation plan, pursuant to Section 891.2, a pedestrian plan, 5 a safe routes to school plan, or an overall active transportation 6 plan. 7 (10) Use of California Conservation Corps or quaked 8 community conservation corps, as defined in Section 14507.5 of 9 the Government Code, as partners to undertake or construct 10 applicable projects in accordance with Section 1524 of Public 11 Law 112-141. 12 (11) Other factors, such as potential for reducing congestion, 13 improving air quality, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and 14 increasing and improving connectivity and mobility of 15 nonmotorized users. 16 (g) For the use of federal Transportation Alternative Program 17 funds, or other federal funds, commission guidelines shall meet 18 all applicable federal requirements. 19 (h) For the use offederal Highway Safety Improvement Program 20 funds for active transportation projects speck to reducing 21 fatalities and serious injuries, the criteria for the selection of 22 projects shall be based on a data -driven process that is aligned 23 with the state's Strategic Highway Safety Plan. 24 (i) The guidelines may include incentives intended to maximize 25 the potential for attracting funds other than program funds for 26 eligible projects. 27 W In reviewing and selecting projects funded by federal funds 28 in the Recreational Trails Program, the commission shall 29 collaborate with the Department of Parks and Recreation to 30 evaluate proposed projects, and to ensure federal requirements 31 are met. 32 (k) To ensure that regional agencies charged with allocating 33 funds to projects pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of 34 Section 2381 have sufficient discretion to develop regional 35 guidelines, the commission may adopt separate guidelines for the 36 state and for the regional agencies relative to subdivision W. 37 2383. The commission may amend the adopted guidelines after 38 conducting at least one public hearing. The commission shall make 39 a reasonable effort to amend the guidelines prior to the call for 98 -17 — SB 99 1 projects or may extend the deadline for project submission in order 2 to comply with the new guidelines. 3 2384. The commission shall adopt a program of projects to 4 receive allocations under this chapter The guidelines for an initial 5 two-year program of projects shall be adopted within six months 6 of the enactment of the act enacting this section. The commission 7 shall adopt each subsequent program not later than April 1 of 8 each odd -numbered year, but may alternatively elect to adopt a 9 program annually. Each program shall cover a period of four 10 fiscal years, beginning July 1 of the year of adoption, and shall 11 be a statement of intent by the commission for the allocation or 12 expenditure of funds during those four fiscal years. The commission 13 shall form a multidisciplinary advisory group to assist it in 14 evaluating project applications. 15 2385. The department shall administer the program consistent 16 with the guidelines adopted pursuant to this chapter 17 SEC. 16. (a) No later than 45 days prior to adopting the initial 18 set of final guidelines for the Active Transportation Program, the 19 California Transportation Commission shall submit the draft 20 guidelines to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. 21 (b) The California Transportation Commission shall either 22 include in its 2014 annual report to the Legislature prepared 23 pursuant to Section 14536 of the Government Code, or post to the 24 commission's Web site, with notice to the Joint Legislative Budget 25 Committee, a summary of the first programming cycle of the Active 26 Transportation Program. The information provided shall include, 27 but need not be limited to, a list of all projects selected at both the 28 state and regional levels, a breakdown of the project types that 29 received grant awards, information on grants awarded to 30 disadvantaged communities, and a breakdown by region of grants 31 awarded. 32 (c) The California Transportation Commission shall include in 33 its 2015 annual report to the Legislature prepared pursuant to 34 Section 14536 of the Government Code an evaluation of the Active 35 Transportation Program. The evaluation shall include, but need 36 not be limited to, a summary of the projects awarded and a 37 summary of the projects completed to date by project type, 38 geographic distribution, and benefit to disadvantaged communities. 39 The commission shall also report on the effectiveness of the 98 SB 99 —18 — 1 program in terms of planned and achieved improvement in mobility 2 and safety and timely use of program funds. 3 SEC. 17. The sum of ten million dollars ($10, 000, 000) is hereby 4 appropriated from the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation 5 Program Fund to the Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency 6 for grants awarded by the secretary to support local environmental 7 enhancement and mitigation programs. Notwithstanding any other 8 provision of law, these funds shall be available for allocation until 9 June 30, 2015, and available for encumbrance and liquidation by 10 the recipient local agency until June 30, 2019. 11 SEC. 18. This act is a bill providing for appropriations related 12 to the Budget Bill within the meaning of subdivision (e) of Section 13 12 of Article IV of the California Constitution, has been identified 14 as related to the budget in the Budget Bill, and shall take effect 15 immediately. 16 SECTION 1. It is the intcnt of the Lcgislaturc to coact statutory 17 changcs rclating to the Budgct Act of 2013. O 98 AGENDA ITEM 7 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 7. Jtvm 7 The Project Changes The Interstate 15 Corridor Improvement Project (1-15 CIP) has been reevaluated, right-sized, and re-prioritized as it emerges from its original plan of a 43 .5 mile corridor improvement, to a more focused 14 .6 mile stretch of tolled express lanes running North from Cajalco Road in Corona to State Route 60 (SR-60). The project has undergone the reevaluation of its project limits in order to deliver a project that could be constructed in this economic recovery period. The project originally was relying, in part, on local Measure A funding, the half-cent sales tax dedicated to County Trans- portation, for a large portion of its funding source. When the Measure A funding endured multiple years of unanticipated downturn, the 1-15 CIP was evaluated for what could feasibly be built that would bring maximum benefit to the public. The refined 1-15 Project is now focused on the highest traffic impact areas within the corridor, and is right-sized for the available funds and economic environment. When Can These Improvements be Expected? 2013 2015 2018 2020 Proj ec t planning and environment al stud ies res ume Comple tion of the envi ro nme ntal pha se Begin Con stru ct ion Lan es open to tra ffi c and access to the new Tolled Express Lanes LONG RANGE PLANS FOR 1-15 SOUTH OF CAJALCO While the original Measure A commitment to construct improvements along the entire stretch of the 1-15 in Riverside County, these improvement will still be constructed at a later point in the 30-year timeframe of the Measure . These future improvements will include additional travel lanes and the details of this future project will be determined when the project undergoes development. Who Can I Contact About The 1-15 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT? For more information on the 1-15 Project, email us through our project website at i15project.info or call Eliza Echevarria, RCTC Community Relations Manager, at (951)787-7141 . AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 16, 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 July 15, 2013 RCTC staff presented updates to the 2013 FTIP and reported the approval of the 2013 FTIP federal conformity, as well as approvals for Formal Amendment No's. 1, 3, 6, 7 and 9 and Administrative Modification No's. 2, 5, 8 and 10. Since the approval of the 2013 FTIP, SCAG has processed seven Formal Amendments, five Administrative Modifications and one RTP Consistency Amendment. Currently, RCTC has participated in twelve out of the thirteen amendments encompassing changes to 192 projects including Administrative Modification No. 12, submitted to SCAG on July 31, 2013 and Formal Amendment No. 13, submitted to SCAG on September 3, 2013. As noted on the 2013 FTIP Amendment Log Approval (attached), Formal Amendment No's 1, 3, 6, 7, 9 and 11, Administrative Modification No's 2, 5, 8, 10 and 12 and RTP Consistency/Formal Amendment No. 1/4 have all been approved. Anticipation of approval of Formal Amendment No. 13 is end of October. 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 Anticipated Approval Final Approval Final 12/13/2012 Amendment 1 Formal Amendment 53 10/8/2012 10/22/2012 1/31/2013 1/24/2013 Amendment 2 Administrative Modification 23 11/19/2012 11/27/2012 12/15/2013 12/19/2012 Amendment 3 Formal Amendment 14 12/17/2012 1/8/2013 3/15/2013 3/13/2013 RTP Consistency Amendment/Amendment 4 Formal Amendment 1 1/9/2013 1/14/2013 6/30/2013 Amendment 5 Administrative Modification 15 1/24/2013 2/5/2013 2/28/2013 2/21/2013 Amendment 6 Formal Amendment 8 2/25/2013 3/5/2013 4/30/2013 4/18/2013 Amendment 7' Formal Amendment 2/27/2013 4/30/2013 3/22/2013 Amendment 8 Administrative Modification 15 4/1/2013 4/9/2013 4/30/2013 4/25/2013 Amendment 9 Formal Amendment 15 4/29/2013 5/7/2013 6/21/2013 6/27/2013 Amendment 10 Administrative Modification 4 5/28/2013 6/4/2013 6/28/2013 6/25/2013 Amendment 11 Formal Amendment 10 6/27/2013 7/2/2013 8/23/2013 9/5/2013 Amendment 12 Administrative Modification 6 7/24/2013 7/31/2013 8/30/2013 8/22/2013 Amendment 13 Formal Amendment 28 8/23/2013 9/3/2013 10/25/2013 Total Number of Projects 192 `RCTC did not participate in this Amendment 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of September 9, 2013 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 1 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 ma sum WM* coanr rrn60e,100n caembikr 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 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 2 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 mil il= October 2012 br FHWA approval: Jan. 24, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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 !eft 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 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 3 of 28 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 October 2012 RCTC a.x,t•Canty Triowleltenierandnr FHWA approval: Jan. 24, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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 toll credit utilization in project description. PTA -RIP funding replaced with Surface Transportation Program - RIP (federal), per CTC. 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 I-10 Bypass South: Construct two lanes of roadway to provide a by-pass/network facility for the I-10, approx. 1/2 mile S/O I-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 I-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 1-10 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 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 4 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 ma .o. Immh Caumyirensgon dm Corashr October 2012 FHWA approval: Jan. 24, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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 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 8 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 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 5 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 m ":: - —' October 2012 wen* OmTroropnonen Comffi far FHWA approval: Jan. 24, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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 1B 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. 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. 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 6 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 ;-- Mink,. foggy Tre spnA4n cam akr October 2012 FHWA approval: Jan. 24, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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 September 9, 2013 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 7 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 `fir. uemdec mTtameorionancaaaistler November 2012 SCAG approval: Dec. 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 I 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 Replacement/Widening: Replacement of a two lane (1 In in ea dir) low water crossing bridge over Long Canyon Creek (Bridge No. OOL0043) 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 10l29/2012 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. O0L0052. 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 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 8 of 28 ;. RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 r a Tromporlaibm November 2012 SCAG approval: Dec. 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- const tel med dir connct NB15 to WB91 and EB91 to SB15, 1 tel ea dir SR91 dir connct-Ontario IC (115 PM 37.5642.94). Cost increase /addition of Prop 1 B SLPP Formula Funds per CTC meeting 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 Iog.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 9 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 `-r.. November 2012 lirssak Cowry 1o"`°"°p`"r SCAG approval: Dec. 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 September 9, 2013 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 10 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 3 ` January 2013 �'`"""h'`"�0r FHWA approval: Mar. 13, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason CALTRANS RIVLSI2 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 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 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 11 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 3 mum-- - limit. Cwmy Bnnporioton (omoalor January 2013 FHWA approval: Mar. 13, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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 R/W) 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 N0.5600020). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years -per 10/29/2012 HBP update Riverside County RIV121204 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE NEWLY INCORPORATED CITY OF EASTVALE - ON HAMNER AVE OVER SANTA ANA RIVER .5 MILES N/O 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 I: Design & Construct FVP 2 through lanes arterial westbound from I-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. Number of Projects 14 Original 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM As of September 9, 2013 Page 12 of 28 2013 FTIP - RTP Consistency Amendment No. 1/Amendment No. 4 January 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Riverside County RIV110302 ON 1-10 IN THE CITY OF BLYTHE - PROVIDE NEW W/B ON AND W/B OFF RAMPS TO HOBSON WAY APPROX 1,800' W/O EXISTING RAMPS TO RIVIERA DR/INSPECTION STATION. THE NEW RAMPS WILL REPLACE EXISTING CONNECTION TO RIVIERA DR. Description change, Beginning PM Limits change, modeling changes and reprogramming of funds. Number of Projects 1 As of September 9, 2013 Original 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 13 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 5 t r.;. Ahnuie Cowry homwn000n Conuomlor February 2013 SCAG approval: Feb. 21, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Beaumont RIV050535 ON SR60 BETWEEN JACK RABBIT TR & SR60/1-10 JCT: PH1-CONSTRUCT NEW POTRERO 6 LN OC (3 LNS EACH DIR) W/TEMP CONNECT TO WESTERN KNOLLS (EA34141). PH2: NEW IC ON/OFF RAMPS. CONSTRUCT WB/EB EXIT &ENTRY RAMPS (2 LNS) & WB/EB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (2 LNS) (ENTRY RAMPS INCL HOV LANE), INCL EB/WB AUX LNS AT EXIT RAMPS, REALIGN WESTERN KNOLLS AVE, AND REMOVE WESTERN KNOLLS AVE CONNECTION TO SR60 (EA34142). Cost Increase per latest cost estimate and incorporation of 2011 FTIP A-30 changes (2006 AAA Idle Earmark replaced with STPL) and transfer of STPL (Formerly TE) from San Timoteo Canyon Bike and Pedestrian Facilities to SR60/Potrero IC per TAC approval of Dec 10, 2012 Caltrans 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)AND UPGRADE EXISTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SHOULDER IN THE WB DIRECTION TO STANDARD WIDTHS (5-FT INSIDE SHOULDER AND 10-FT OUTSIDE SHOULDER) (EA: OQ 180). Cost decrease to deprogram CMAQ PE funds -CMAQ PE funds replaced (obligated) with idle earmarks on 12/10/2012. Cost decrease needed to match Coop -Agreement. 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 ON510 increased and addition of new EA's OR750 and OR950. PERRIS RIV011205 IN PERRIS - WIDEN PERRIS BLVD 2 TO 6 LANES FROM RAMONA EXPRESSWAY TO PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN - LATERAL'B'(APPROX. 1 MILE), INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALK, RAISED MEDIAN, SIGNAL WORK, UTILITY RELOCATIONS, AND MINOR DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS. Cost Decrease per latest engineer's estimate and notificaton from city of Perris regarding defederalizing the project. RCTC RIV041047 THROUGHOUT RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES (EXCEPT REHABILITATION AND OPERATION OF HISTORIC TRANSPORTATION BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES, OR FACILITIES). $236 IN TOLL CREDITS WILL BE UTILIZED TO MATCH STPL/STP ENHANCE -RIP TEA CONS Cost Decrease to reflect the transfer from the San Timoteo Canyon Bike and Pedestrian facilities to the SR60/Potrero IC per TAC approval of Dec. 10, 2012. RCTC RIV520109 Reconstruct & Upgrade San Jacinto Branch Line for rail passenger service (Riverside to Perris) (Perris Valley Line) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) ($330 Toll Credits to match CMAQ in Cons FY 12/13: $865 toll credits to partially match CMAQ ($7,543) in cons FY 13/14; and $6,076 toll credits to match STP-RIP in Cons FY 12/13). Project not to utilize toll credits 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). Description change to refer to the federal earmark for the Ramsey St. Extension to meet the intent of the legislation for the project funding. 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 LNS IN EACH DIRECTION) AT GRADE R/R X-ING WITH A 4-LN (2 LNS IN EACH DIRECTION - NON -CAPACITY) UNDERCROSSING (UPRR). Cost Decrease per latest engineer's estimate. 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 14 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 5 — ' February 2013 `""176 CO 00.00'"�`a'"�r SCAG approval: Feb. 21, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV071278 IN NORTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY ON MAGNOLIA 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) O.C. GRADE SEPARATION ON MAGNOLIA AVE BTWN BUCHANAN AVE. (ON THE EAST) AND LINCOLN STREET (ON THE WEST). Cost Decrease per latest engineer's estimate. Due to Programming Capacity issues, STPL will be obligated through the EPSP process. 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 per latest engineer's estimate. RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV060124 IN BANNING ON SUNSET AVE AT I-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 1-10 IC RAMPS TO MEET THE NEW STREET GRADE (SAFETEA-LU CA438, #1261) (EA:33471) Cost decrease and reprogramming of funds to reflect the latest TCIF cost estimate and approved funding. Due to CMAQ capacity issues, RCTC Programmed CMAQ AC in FY 14/15 utilizing LOCAL AC Riverside Transit Agency RIV091211 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET. Cost Increase per approved 2012/2013 SRTP A-1, and inclusion of new FTA 5308 grant funds. TEMECULA 991203 EXTEND OVERLAND DRIVE (4 LANES) FROM COMMERCE CENTER DRIVE TO AVENIDA ALVARADO/DIAZ ROAD INTERSECTION INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION OF 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK Description Change to include "To Be Implemented in Phases" Reprogramming of design and construction from FY 2013/2014 to FY 2014/2015. Add funds in FY 2012/2013 per City of Temecula's request of 12/20/2012 TEMECULA RIV060113 CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK (PART OF WESTERN BYPASS CORRIDOR) INCLUDING APPROACHES, CURB & GUTTER, SIDEWALKS, & STORM DRAIN FACILITIES Cost Decrease per latest engineer's estimate. TEMECULA RIV62029 AT HWY 79 SO AND LA PAZ ST: ACQUIRE LAND, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT PARK -AND -RIDE LOT - 157 SPACES. Cost Decrease per latest engineer's estimate. Number of Projects 15 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM As of September 9, 2013 Page 15 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 6 wie.t.:— p,...1,`6,0 Trpllyplmiln(p i.,- March 2013 FHWA approval: Apr. 18, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Beaumont RIV060115 AT I-10/OAK VALLEY PKWY IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES FROM APPROX 500' W/O DESERT LAWN DR TO GOLF CLUB DR, WIDEN RAMPS - EB ENTRY 1 TO 2 LANES, EB & WB EXIT 1 TO 4 LANES, WB ENTRY 1 TO 3 LANES, , ADD NEW EB/WB ENTRY LOOP RAMPS (2 LANES) , ENTRY RAMPS INCLUDE HOV PREFERENTIAL LANE, AND RAMPS INCLUDE EXTENDED ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANE (EA: OG280). Reprogramming of design, R!W and construction, per City of Beaumont's request of 12/17/2012. Completion year (model year) remains 2018. Murrieta RIV071277 ON 1-215 AT LOS ALAMOS RD IC - INSTALL LANDSCAPING AND IRRIGATION IMPROVEMENTS TO THE 1-215/LOS ALAMOS ROAD INTERCHANGE (SAFETEA-LU 2005 SEC. 1702. HPP #3140). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years. PALM SPRINGS RIV071258 IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS — TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTER: ADVANCE THE INTERCONNECTED SIGNAL TIMING TO BE UNIFIED CITYWIDE, COORDINATE THE COMM. EQUIP., BRINGING THEM ALL ONTO THE SAME COMM. PLATFORM FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF COMPLETE DATA & DISSEMINATION OF INFO. TO THE PUBLIC. Reprogramming of CMAQ construction funds to FY 2014/2015 (programming capacity issues); CMAQ funding will be obligated in FY 2012/2013 utilizing the EPSP in place. Toll Credits will be utilized to satisfy the CMAQ match in construction. Perris RIV091012 IN MID -WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF PERRIS - CASE ROAD/MATTHEWS RD. (SR-74) AT I-215 INTERCHANGE: RECONFIGURATION OF THE EXISTING CASE RD/MATTHEWS RD. (SR-74) AT I-215 IC, IMPROVING THE INTERSECTION OPERATIONS AND ELIMINATING CROSS TRAFFIC CONFLICTS ON THE SB RAMPS, WIDEN MATTHEWS RD FROM 2/3 LANES TO 4 LANES FROM CASE RD TO TRUMBLE RD (EA: OP420). Reprogramming of R/W and Construction, per current schedule. Completion date changes from 2016 to 2018 but model year remains 2018. RCTC RIV520109 RECONSTRUCT & UPGRADE SAN JACINTO BRANCH LINE FOR RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE (RIVERSIDE TO PERRIS) (PERRIS VALLEY LINE) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN). Reprogramming CMAQ Funds and Measure A Match from FY 2011/2012 to FY 2014/2015. EPSP will be utilized for obligation in FY 2012/2013. Riverside County RIV060124 IN BANNING ON SUNSET AVE AT I-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 1-10 IC RAMPS TO MEET THE NEW STREET GRADE (SAFETEA-LU CA438, #1261) (EA:33471) Reprogramming to eliminate the AC and to allow CMAQ obligation for construction in FY 12/13, utilizing the Expedited Project Selection Process. Riverside Transit Agency RIV050553 IN TEMECULA FOR RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY - CONSTRUCT NEW TEMECULA/MURRIETA TRANSIT CENTER - LOCATION UNDER STUDY (04, 05, 06, 07, E-2006-091, E-2007-0131, & 2008- BUSP-0131, SAFETEA-LU). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years. Description modified to include correct earmark. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130201 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF RIVERSIDE - REGIONAL TRANSIT CENTER FOR MASS TRANSIT SERVICE IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY. LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED (PA&ED ONLY) New PA&ED Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years. Number of Projects 8 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM As of September 9, 2013 Page 16 of 28 . RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 8 i` isii•— ud``""'"`'r "" "" April 2013 Prelude SCAG approval: Apr. 25, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason BEAUMONT RIV050535 ON SR60 BTWN JACK RABBIT TR & SR60/1-10 JCT: PH1-CONST. NEW POTRERO 6 LN OC (3 LNS EACH DIR) W/TEMP CONNECT TO WESTERN KNOLLS (EA34141/34143). PH2: NEW IC ON/OFF RAMPS. CONST. WB/EB EXIT & ENTRY RAMPS (2 LNS) & WB/EB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (2 LNS) (ENTRY RAMPS INCL HOV LANE), INCL EB/WB AUX LNS AT EXIT RAMPS, REALIGN WESTERN KNOLLS AVE, AND REMOVE WESTERN KNOLLS AVE CONNECTION TO SR60 (EA34142/34143). Minor Change to the project description to add the new EA of 34143 for both Ph. 1 and Ph II. Coachella RIV071246 IN 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 FT. E/O INDUSTRIAL WAY/TYLER ST. IMPROVEMENTS INCL: RECONFIG CONNECTION FROM AVE 52 TO GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/HWY 111, BIKE LNS, SIDEWALKS, RETAINING WALLS, RECONST TRAFFIC SIGS/DRIVEWAYS, REMOVE EXISTING AT -GRADE CR Technical Change, reclassified from State Route to Local HWY from relinquishment that took place April 2002. Corona RIV011240 IN CORONA ON EXISTING MCKINLEY ST - CONSTRUCT GRADE SEPARATION AT BNSF RAILROAD CROSSING (PROJECT STUDY REPORT & PRELIMINARY ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS REPORT ACTIVITIES) Cost increase per latest engineer's estimate. 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 funds per 3/26/2013 HBP update. Moreno Valley RIV090117 IN MORENO VALLEY AT SR60/NASON ST IC: WIDEN NASON ST OC FROM 2 TO 4 THROUGH LANES FROM ELDER AVE TO FIR AVE (EA: 32302) AC Conversion and incorporation of actual allocation/obligation funding in FY 11/12. STPL funding adjustments are needed to open up capacity for RCTC in FY 13/14. 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 decrease per 3/26/2013 HBP update. RCTC RIV070309 ON 1-215 IN SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY FROM SCOTT RD TO NUEVO RD IC: CONSTRUCT A MIXED FLOW LANE IN EACH DIRECTION AND RECONSTRUT AUX LANES BETWEEN D ST IC AND NUEVO RD IC (EA: OF162) Funding changes per CTC financial allocation amendment for Prop 1 B CMIA and STIP-RIP Riverside County RIV031202 1-10 BYPASS SOUTH (FORMERLY RAMSEY ST. EXT.): 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 BRIDGE CROSSINGS AT SMITH CREEK AND SAN GORGONIO RIVER. Description change to remove SEVERAL LOW WATER and (PA&ED) language. Schedule delay per latest project update. 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 LNS IN EACH DIRECTION) AT GRADE R/R X-ING WITH A 4-LN (2 LNS IN EACH DIRECTION - NON -CAPACITY) UNDERCROSSING (UPRR). Cost increase and schedule delay per latest engineer's estimate. 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 17 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 8 Nrnetle coon 8goproon w;.*- April 2013 SCAG approval: Apr. 25, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Riverside County RIV071288 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY — 66TH AVE GRADE SEPARATION: CONSTRUCT A TWO-LN (1-LN IN EA DIR) 66TH AVE ELEVATED STRUCTURE OVER THE UPRR, HAMMOND RD., AND SH-111., FROM WESTERLY OF LINCOLN ST TO JOHNSON ST ON THE EAST IN THE COMMUNITY OF MECCA. ADD. IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED TO TIE BACK INTO THE EXISTING ALIGNMENT. Reprogram funding years to reflect current project schedule Riverside Transit Agency RIV120826 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - OPERATING ASSISTANCE: FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012/2013 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: HEMET) Cost decrease per latest revisions to FTA 5311 Regional Apportionments for Operating Assistance and removing incorrect funds from SRTP table 4 programmed on this project. 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). Cost increase per latest revisions to FTA 5311 Regional Apportionments for Operating Assistance. Temecula RIV62031 1-15/SR79 SO. IC: REMOVE SB EXIT RAMP, ADD NEW SB EXIT LOOP RAMP, REALIGN SB EXIT RAMP (2 LNS) W/AUX LN. WIDEN SB ENTRY 1 TO 3, NB EXIT 1 TO 4, NB ENTRY 1 TO 3 & RECON SR79S. Schedule delay is due to scope in R/W acquisition. Temecula RIV031215 FRENCH VALLEY PKWY IC/ARTERIAL PHASES: CONSTRUCT 6 LN IC (JEFFERSON TO YNEZ) & RAMPS, NB/SB AUX LN, CD LNS (3 LNS NB&SB) & MODIFY WINCHESTER RD IC (1-215 PM: 8.43-9.75) (EA:43270) Fund Source Change per Abhijit Badge direction to SCAG on 2/20/2013 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:$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 Decrease per 3/26/2013 HBP Lump Sum Update. Description change to adjust TC utilization, per HBP funding changes in FY 11/12. Number of Projects 15 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of September 9, 2013 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 18 of 28 RGTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 9 �;- M.I.6(ov.sv%wan onlomoieslr May 2013 FHWA approval: Jun. 27, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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. Cost Increase 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 R/1N) Cost Increase and Schedule Delay, per Baseline Agreement Amendment and Financial TCIF allocation approval of 5/7/2013. Removal of STPL funds in FY 2012/2013 per engineer's latest estimate for R/W. Removal of TC language in Description due to removal of STPL in FY 2012/2013 Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV130401 THROUGHOUT WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV130402 THROUGHOUT EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV031218 IN WESTERN RIV CO - NEW MID CO PKWY: CONS 6 THRU LN (3 LNS IN EA DIR) APPROX 16 MI. BTWN 1-215 IN PERRIS EAST TO SR79 IN SAN JACINTO, INC. CONS/RECONS OF APPROX 10 ICs, ADD OF AUX LN REDLANDS-EVANS & EB AUXILIARY LN EVANS-ANTELOPE. 1-215 IMP: ADD 1 MF LN IN EA DIR NUEVO RD -VAN BUREN BLVD, & 1 AUX LN IN EA DIR MID CO PKWY- CAJALCO/RAMONA EXP & FROM MID CO PKWY-NUEVO. Cost decrease to reflect latest engineer's estimate. Project fully funded -Construction funding programmed in the unconstrained years of the 2013 FTIP. Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV031218 IN WESTERN RIV CO - NEW MID CO PKWY: CONS 6 THRU LN (3 LNS IN EA DIR) APPROX 16 MI. BTWN 1-215 IN PERRIS EAST TO SR79 IN SAN JACINTO, INC. CONS/RECONS OF APPROX 10 ICs, ADD OF AUX LN REDLANDS-EVANS & EB AUXILIARY LN EVANS-ANTELOPE. 1-215 IMP: ADD 1 MF LN IN EA DIR NUEVO RD -VAN BUREN BLVD, & 1 AUX LN IN EA DIR MID CO PKWY- CAJALCO/RAMONA EXP & FROM MID CO PKWY-NUEVO. Cost decrease to reflect latest engineer's estimate. project fully funded -Construction funding programmed in the unconstrained years of the 2013 FTIP. Caltrans 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)AND UPGRADE EXISTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SHOULDER IN THE WB DIRECTION TO STANDARD WIDTHS (5-FT INSIDE SHOULDER AND 10-FT OUTSIDE SHOULDER) (EA: 0Q180). Minor change to eliminate former EA ON690 and 00180 and replace them with the new EA ON69U. Correction to the standard shoulder width - inside shoulder changed from 5-ft to the Caltrans Std. of 10-ft. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130501 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - JOB ACCESS AND REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM OPERATING ASSISTANCE: COMMUTER LINK SERVICES - ROUTES 212 AND 217 (UZAs: HEM/SAN JAC + TEM/MURR) (FTA 5316, FY'S 11 AND 12) New Project in 2013 Quadrennial Years from Transit 2013 Universal Call for Projects. Third Program Cycle Riverside Transit Agency RIV130502 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: TRAVEL TRAINING PROGRAM (FTA 5317, FY'S 11 AND 12). New Project in 2013 Quadrennial Years from Transit 2013 Universal Call for Projects. Third Program Cycle 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 19 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 9 `im. „ Iim ak cameTn : wink; (anxhpor May 2013 FHWA approval: Jun. 27, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Riverside Transit Agency RIV130503 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM: EXTENDED SERVICE PROGRAM (FTA 5316, FY'S 11 AND 12). New Project in 2013 Quadrennial Years from Transit 2013 Universal Call for Projects. Third Program Cycle Riverside Transit Agency RIV130504 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOR DIRECTLY OPERATED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES - SPECIALIZED NON -EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (FTA 5317, FY'S 11 AND 12). New Project in 2013 Quadrennial Years from Transit 2013 Universal Call for Projects. Third Program Cycle Sunline Transit Agency RIV130505 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROJECT: REALIGNMENT AND EXPANSION OF SERVICE FROM INDIO TO COACHELLA, MECCA AND THE NORTH SHORE, CONNECTING COMMUTERS TO OTHER EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY COMMUNITIES (FTA 5316 FY'S 11 AND 12). New Project in 2013 Quadrennial Years from Transit 2013 Universal Call for Projects Sunline Transit Agency RIV130506 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 CABAZON, BANNING AND BEAUMONT, MORENO VALLEY, AND RIVERSIDE, CONNECTING COACHELLA VALLEY COMMUTERS TO WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY (FTA 5316 AND FTA 5317, FY'S 11 AND 12). New Project in 2013 Quadrennial Years from Transit 2013 Universal Call for Projects. Third Program Cycle Sunline Transit Agency RIV130507 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - NEW FREEDOM PROJECTS LUMP SUM FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS (CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93 EXEMPT TABLES 2AND 3)(FY11 & 12 - 5316 & 5317). New Project in 2013 Quadrennial Years from Transit 2013 Universal Call for Projects. Third Program Cycle Sunline Transit Agency RIV130508 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR CVAG — JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM: PROVIDE SHUTTLE SERVICE FOR THE HOMELESS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT - SHUTTLE SERVICE WILL PROVIDE CONNECTIONS TO SUNLINE BUS HUBS AND TO AREAS WHERE SUNLINE DOES NOT CURRENTLY SERVE. PROGRAM ALSO INCLUDES MOBILITY MANAGER (FTA 5316, FY'S 11 AND 12). New Project in 2013 Quadrennial Years from Transit 2013 Universal Call for Projects. Third Program Cycle Number of Projects 15 As of September 9, 2013 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 20 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 10 Ir `,•97.—j tMN1e (ounh Gamoomnm Comer June 2013 SCAG approval: Jun. 25, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Perris RIV011205 IN PERRIS - WIDEN PERRIS BLVD 2 TO 6 LANES FROM RAMONA EXPRESSWAY TO PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN - LATERAL'B' (APPROX. 1 MILE), INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALK, RAISED MEDIAN, SIGNAL WORK, UTILITY RELOCATIONS, AND MINOR DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS. Cost Increase per latest engineer's estimate Riverside County RIV121204 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF NORCO - ON HAMNER AVE OVER SANTA ANA RIVER .5 MILES N/O OF SIXTH STREET, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 6 LANE BRIDGE (BRIDGE N0.56C0446). Description change from city jurisdiction of Eastvale to Norco per Riverside County's request San Jacinto RIV120203 IN SAN JACINTO - RAMONA EXP WIDENING PH II: RAMONA EXP WIDENING 2 TO 4 LANES (2 LANES IN EACH DIRECTION) BETWEENW EAGLE RD AND LAKE PARK DR/MAIN ST., INCLUDING LEFT TURN OR LANDSCAPED STRIPED MEDIAN, 5-8 FT OF PAVED SHOULDER, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS AND RELOCATION OF TRAFFIC SIGNAL POLES. Reprogramming of TUMF funds from FY 2013/2014 to FY 2014/2015, per current construction schedule. 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/funding increase to EA 0M200, per RIVLS01 Grouped Listing dated May 21, 2013. Number of Projects 4 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of September 9, 2013 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 21 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 11 mom..6„— - Rmesae iowhloComm* July 2013 FHWA approval: Sept. 5, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason CALTRANS RIVLS08 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS, SHOULDER IMPROVEMENTS, PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - MINOR PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 283 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSISTANCE OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PROJECTS AT INDVL INTERSCTN, (DESCRIPTION CONT. IN COMMENTS) New funding for SHOPP Minor Program in FY 2013/14. City of Riverside RIV130614 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA'S RIVERSIDE - SAN BERNARDINO) New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. City of Riverside RIV130615 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CAPITAL LEASE OF OFFICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (UZA RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO) New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130601 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - OPERATING ASSISTANCE TO TRANSIT AGENCIES (UZA HEMET) New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130602 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET. (UZA'S RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO AND TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE) New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130603 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED COST OF TIRE LEASE (FTA 5307 - FY 14) (UZA: TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE). New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130604 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - ENHANCEMENT OF THE BUS STOP SYSTEM SUCH AS: INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS AND BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGNAGE, AND LIGHTING TO ENHANCE SECURITY OF THE RIDING PUBLIC, AND ENHANCE ACCESS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (UZA TEM-MUR-MEN) New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130605 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - PURCHASE OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ITEMS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, BODY SHOP HEATER, SHOP AIR COMPRESSORS, SCISSORS LIFT, MOBILITY DEVICES FOR TRAINING, PORTABLE CRANE, HAND JACKS (UZA TEM-MUR-MEN) New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130618 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO AND TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE) New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. Riverside Transit Agency RIV130619 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITAL COST OF CONTRACTING (UZA'S RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO AND TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE) New Project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years from approved 2013/2014 SRTP. Number of Projects 10 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM As of September 9, 2013 Page 22 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 12 `� .... ' August 2013 Wink OM Comr4Wor SCAG approval: Aug. 22, 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 - 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 Cost/funding increase to EA OP280, OR460, AND OR490, per RIVLS01 Grouped Listing dated July 18, 2013. Grouped Project Listing SI # 2 CALTRANS RIVLS02 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - SHOPP ROADWAY PRESERVATION PROGRAM PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION, EMERGENCY RELIEF (23 U.S.C. 125), WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). Cost/funding increase to add EA 1C370 to FY 13/14. Grouped Project Listing SI #7 CALTRANS RIVLS06 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BRIDGE REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION - SHOPP PROGRAMPROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 - WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). Cost/funding increase to EA 44910, per RIVLS06 Grouped Listing dated July 18, 2013. Grouped Project Listing SI # 1 Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV130401 THROUGHOUT WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Cost Increase due to additional projects per 6/12/2013 Commission Action Grouped Project Listing SI # 17(d) Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV130402 THROUGHOUT EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Cost Increase due to additional projects per 6/12/2013 Commission Action Grouped Project Listing SI # 17(d) Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV041047 THROUGHOUT RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES (EXCEPT REHABILITATION AND OPERATION OF HISTORIC TRANSPORTATION BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES, OR FACILITIES). $236 IN TOLL CREDITS WILL BE UTILIZED TO MATCH STPUSTP ENHANCE -RIP TEA CONS I Cost Increase per Engineer's estimate Description Change for additional toll credits for local match of STPUSTP ENHANCE -RIP TEA Funds Grouped Project Listing SI # 47 Number of Projects 6 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM As of September 9, 2013 Page 23 of 28 >RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13+,- Ihrmpde COuery iraeprlor on kmme iOr September 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason CALTRANS 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). Lead Agency change from RCTC to Caltrans - Current Coop Agreement only includes Eng and R/W. Funding for Construction will be programmed through an upcoming amendment once the construction cost can be better estimated and coop. agreement is executed for the construction phase. CALTRANS RIVLS02 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - SHOPP ROADWAY PRESERVATION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION, EMERGENCY RELIEF (23 USC 125), WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). Cost increase to fully fund EA IC370 IN FY 13/14. Grouped Project Listing SI #7. 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. Cost increase to add funding for Eas IE490, IE520, IE530, and 1E540 in FY 13/14. Grouped Project Listing SI #4. MORENO VALLEY RIV041045 WIDEN PERRIS BLVD FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM IRONWOOD AVE TO MANZANITA AVE INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALKS, SIGNAL MODS, STREET LIGHTS & MEDIANS IMPROVEMENTS New project in quadrennial years in FTIP. Schedule delay and reprogramming of funds into FY2013/2014. SLP funds are competitive funds MORENO VALLEY RIV080918 IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN REDLANDS BLVD BETWEEN SR-60 AND CACTUS AVE FROM 2 TO 4 LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN, DRAINAGE, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, BIKE LANES, AND TRAILS. Schedule delay of Implementation by one year MORENO VALLEY RIV090909 IN MORENO VALLEY, WIDEN THEODORE ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES + 2 AUX LANES FROM EUCALYPTUS AVE TO SR-60 EB RAMPS, INCLUDING MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION IMPROVEMENTS, LEFT -TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. Schedule delay and reprogramming of funds into future years MORENO VALLEY RIV090910 IN MORENO VALLEY, WIDEN THEODORE ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM SR-60 WB RAMPS TO IRONWOOD AVE, INCLUDING TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION IMPROVEMENTS, LEFT -TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. Schedule delay and reprogramming of funds into future years 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. project Completed and actual costs updated. SLP funds are competitive funds 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 24 of 28 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 lid__., IWm* Cowry Transoms,. Conmhi4or September 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason MORENO VALLEY RIV110126 IN MORENO VALLEY ON FREDERICK ST FROM SUNNYMEAD BLVD TO ALESSANDRO BLVD.: PAVEMENT RESURFACING, ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY MANHOLE AND VALVE COVERS, RESETTING SURVEYING MONUMENTS, RECONSTRUCTION OF ACCESS RAMPS TO MEET ADA REQUIREMENTS, AND INSTALLING PAVEMENT STRIPING AND MARKERS Deleted Combined Project. Scope already included in RIV130401 LS listing. MORENO VALLEY RIV110129 IN MORENO VALLEY ON IRIS AVE. FROM LASSELLE ST TO OLIVER ST: PAVEMENT RESURFACING, ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY MANHOLE AND VALVE COVERS, RESETTING SURVEYING MONUMENTS, RECONSTRUCTION OF ACCESS RAMPS TO MEET ADA REQUIREMENTS, AND INSTALLING PAVEMENT STRIPING AND MARKERS. Project Completed and actual costs updated. MORENO VALLEY RIV130808 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY- GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. New project in quadrennial years in 2013 FTIP. Grouped Projects for the City of Moreno Valley SI. No. 17( c) MORENO VALLEY RIV071242 IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - RECONSTRUCT INDIAN ST X-ING SR 60 FROM 150' S/O SUNNYMEAD BLVD., TO HEMLOCK AVE: COMPLETE RECONSTRUCT. OF THE BRIDGE TO PROVIDE 16'6" CLEARANCE & 4 THROUGH LANES (2 LNS IN EA DIR) & ASSOC. ST. IMP. WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS (LEFT TURN POCKETS AT SUNNYMEAD AND HEMLOCK INTERSECT., RIGHT -TURN ONLY SB AT SUNNYMEAD, NEW TS AT HEMLOCK/INDIAN ST., & INTERCONNECT MOD) (PA&ED) Cost Change and Schedule Advance MORENO VALLEY RIV041052 IN MORENO VALLEY AT SR-60/MORENO BEACH DR IC: MODIFY MORENO BEACH DR IC - WIDEN OC FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES, REALIGN/WIDEN RAMPS (WB EXIT 1 TO 2 LANES), ADD NEW WB ENTRY RAMP (2 LANES), AND ADD WB AUX LANE (EA:32303). Cost Increase to add the drainage improvements for the IC modifications MORENO VALLEY RIV05053 3 AT I-215/CACTUS AVE IC: WIDEN IC FROM 3 TO 6 THRU LNS (EB FROM 2 TO 3 BTWN W/O BNSF RR TO 1300' E/O VETERANS WAY, ADD 4TH EB LANE FROM NB EXIT RAMP TO E/O ELSWORTH ST, WIDEN WB FROM 1&2 TO 3 THRU LNS FROM COMMERCE CENTER DR TO BNSF RR), WIDEN RAMPS 1 TO 2&3 LNS (ENTRY RAMPS INL HOV), EXTEND NB AUX LN BTWN ALESSANDRO BLVD SOUTH TO CACTUS AVE NB ENTRY LOOP RAMP & ADD DEDICATED RT-TURN LNS (EA0E760). Schedule Delay - model year remains 2018. Anticipated construction completion delay is associated to the timing to secure the environmental approval. PVVTA RIV130616 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR PALO VERDE VALLEY TRANSIT AGENCY - OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIXED ROUTE AND PARATRANSIT SERVICES (NON-UZA) (FTA 5317 FY 11/12) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for PVVTA - Operating Assistance. 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 25 of 28 RCM 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 ,..' . September 2013 `lv'(Dory ac Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV130803 IN RIVERSIDE CO - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES & RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) ($37 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). RCTC's FTA 5310 Call for Projects covering FFY 2011/2012 resulted in the approval of a regional priority list for submittal to Caltrans for CTC's approval on October 8, 2013 (110% funding level). The Riverside County Transportation Commission recommended funding for vehicle replacement projects for Peppermint Ridge (1, modified raised top), Desert Arc (3, minivan, medium bus (cng), and large bus) and Friends of Moreno Valley Senior Center, Inc (1, Medium Bus). Transportation development credits in the amount of $37,393 are being utilized to satisfy the required federal match. SI. No. 58 Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV130804 IN RIVERSIDE CO - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES & RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) ($54 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). RCTC's FTA 5310 Call for Projects covering FFY 2011/2012 resulted in the approval of a regional priority list for submittal to Caltrans for CTC's approval on October 8, 2013 (110% funding level). The Riverside County Transportation Commission recommended funding for vehicle expansion projects for Angel View, Inc (2, Larger Bus), Desert Arc (2, larger buses) and Care -A - Van Transit (2, minivan and modified raised top). Transportation development credits in the amount of $54,484.00 are being utilized to satisfy the required federal match. SI. No. 58 Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV130806 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126, EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) (1 K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDITS USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). RCTC's FTA 5310 Call for Projects covering FFY 2011/2012 resulted in the approval of a regional priority list for submittal to Caltrans for CTC's approval on October 8, 2013 (110% funding level). The Riverside County Transportation Commission recommended funding for a mobile radio for Peppermint Ridge. Transportation development credits in the amount of $115.00 are being utilized to satisfy the required federal match. SI. No. 54 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130606 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - OPERATING ASSISTANCE (UZA INDIO- CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 11/12 & FY 12/13) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for Sunline - Operating Assistance. SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130607 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - REHABILITATE 15 BUSES. REHABILITATION INCLUDES: REPLACING ENGINES, TRANSMISSIONS, SEAT COVERS, DECALS AS WELL AS PURCHASE OF OTHER BUS EQUIPMENT TO REPAIR/REHABILITATE BUSES. (UZA INDIO- CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for Sunline - Project No. SL 14-01 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 26 of 28 < RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 September 2013""'ld°°"`° Agency Project ID Title Update Reason SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130608 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - PURCHASE OF (4) NEW PARATRANSIT VANS TO REPLACE (4) EXISTING PARATRANSIT VANS. (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for Sunline -Project No. SL 14-02 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130609 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - TRANSIT STOP ENHANCEMENTS. ENHANCEMENTS INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF 38 NEW BUS SHELTERS AND BUS STOP SITE IMPROVEMENTS SAFETY AND SECURITY (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for Sunline - Project No. SL 14-03 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130610 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - CNG FUELING STATION REPLACEMENT PHASE I (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for Sunline - Project No. SL 14-06 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130612 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - PURCHASE VARIOUS IT EQUIPMENT, SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE FOR EXISTING AGENCY SYSTEM NEEDS (UZA INDIO- CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for Sunline -Project No. SL 14-05 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130613 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE -PURCHASE 3 REPLACEMENT AND 2 NEW EXPANSION CNG SUPPORT VEHICLES AND 6 REPLACEMENT SERVICE VEHICLES. (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307. FY 12/13) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for Sunline - Project No. SL 14-07 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130801 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA INDIO- CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 11/12) New project from approved 2013/2014 SRTP for Sunline - Preventive Maintenance. FTA 5307 funds from 2012/2013 carryover and CMAQ funds flex transferred into FTA 5307 funds from CA-95-X076 in the amount of $77,464 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130805 IN RIVERSIDE CO - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES & RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) ($21 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). RCTC's FTA 5310 Call for Projects covering FFY 2011 /2012 resulted in the approval of a regional priority list for submittal to Caltrans for CTC's approval on October 8, 2013 (110% funding level). The Riverside County Transportation Commission recommended funding for vehicle expansion projects for Sunline Transit Agency (2, medium buses (cng). Transportation development credits in the amount of $20,876.00 are being utilized to satisfy the required federal match. SI. No. 58 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV130807 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126, EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) (1 K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDITS USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). RCTC's FTA 5310 Call for Projects covering FFY 2011/2012 resulted in the approval of a regional priority list for submittal to Caltrans for CTC's approval on October 8, 2013 (110% funding level). The Riverside County Transportation Commission recommended funding for 2 mobile radios for Sunline Transit Agency. Transportation development credits in the amount of $230.00 are being utilized to satisfy the required federal match. SI. No. 54 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 27 of 28 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 September 2013 tlrwJ.(ownkm odwien(aeotabr Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Number of Projects 28 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of September 9, 2013 9/10/2013 - 10:15 AM Page 28 of 28 AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 16, 2013 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Senior Staff Analyst Eric DeHate, Staff Analyst SUBJECT: 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On August 28, the Technical Advisory Committee Primary and Alternates were notified via email of the 2015 FTIP Update providing opportunities to the local agencies to make changes to projects currently included in the 2013 FTIP, delete projects that are no longer feasible for your agencies, add new projects that are part of the approved 2012 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS), and to highlight your agency with the projects completed during the 2013 FTIP cycle. Considering the upcoming holidays in the months of November and December, the 2015 FTIP has an aggressive schedule for which we ask your collaboration in carefully reviewing the data in the current 2013 FTIP for those projects that are being carried over to the 2015 FTIP, and to provide all the pertaining project/modeling details for new projects. The 2015 FTIP Update is due to SCAG on January 3, 2014. The correct scope of work/description in the FTIP and the completion year are very important when it comes to securing the environmental approvals and obligation of the federal funds. The completion year correlates to a modeling year network, so in order to make changes to the completion year in the FTIP, the new completion date must be consistent with the model network. Otherwise, the schedule delays and/or advances are only allowed through the RTP/SCS amendment and subsequently through an FTIP consistency amendment. The 2013 FTIP project sheets for your respective agencies were provided to you through the August 28 email notification. To update your existing projects, please mark-up the FTIP project sheets as you have in the past, PDF them, and return local highways and transit projects to Eric DeHate and state highway projects to me. You were also provided with the MS Word templates for new projects. Perhaps the biggest change to the 2015 FTIP Update are related to the transportation air quality conformity and modeling for the South Coast Air Basin (SCAB) and for the Salton Sea Air Basin (SSAB). The Morongo and Pechanga Tribal Reservations have been added to the SCAB as non -attainment areas for 8-hour Ozone. Modeling years have been added to the network as follows: SCAB Mod Yr 2014 2015 2017 2020 2023 2030 2032 2035 NAAQS Ozone, PM2.5 & PM10 CO NO2 OZONE OZONE, PM2.5, PM10, CO, AND NO2 OZONE OZONE, PM2.5, PM10, CO, & NO2 OZONE OZONE, PM2.5, PM10, CO & NO2 Highlighted years are new network years. Model Network Year 2018 was deleted. Moron Ozone Non -attainment area Modeling Year 2014 2021 2030 2035 NAAQS OZONE OZONE OZONE OZONE Pechanpa Ozone Non -attainment area Modeling Year 2018 2020 2030 2035 NAAQS OZONE OZONE OZONE OZONE Salton Sea Air Basin — Coachella Valle v Portion Modeling Year 2014 2020 2027 2030 2035 NAAQS OZONE, AND PM10 OZONE, AND PM10 OZONE OZONE, AND PM10 OZONE, AND PM10 RCTC Programming staff is available to meet with you on an individual basis to discuss your projects. Contact Eric or me if you would like to schedule a meeting to discuss the 2015 FTIP Update. Please also include with your submittal any project maps and/or exhibits that can be included in the SCAG FTIP database to allow the modelers better understanding of your project and to ensure the project is correctly modeled in the FTIP. Project Study Reports and/or Environmental Approval cover sheet with signatures is also appreciated for those projects that have secured the environmental approval. Your timely submittals are greatly appreciated. AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. AGENDA ITEM ZZ A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11. AGENDA ITEM 12 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 12.