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11 November 18, 2013 Technical Advisory CommitteeCOMM-TAC-00024 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. to 12:00 P.M. November 18, 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 September 16, 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. SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Program Administration Changes (Attachment) 6. 2015 FTIP Update (Verbal Presentation) 7. Multi -Funding Call for Projects (Verbal/Handout) - Status of STP and MARA Evaluations - Draft CMAQ/TAP Recommendations 8. Local Assistance Update (Verbal Presentation) 9. November Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 10. Other Business 11. Adjournment (The next meeting will be January 27, 2014 in Riverside. 2014 TAC meeting schedule is attached.) 2014 TAC MEETING SCHEDULE Following is the 2014 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting schedule. The meetings will be every other month, in odd months, continuing to alternate meeting locations between Riverside and Beaumont. Meetings will be convened if there are urgent items that require the TAC's attention. Every other meeting will be at RCTC's offices, Riverside County Regional Complex, 4080 Lemon Street, Third Floor Conference Room A, Riverside, CA (951) 787-7141. Alternate meetings will be at Beaumont City Hall, Conference Room 2, 550 East Sixth Street, Beaumont, CA (951) 769-8520. All meetings will begin at 10:00 A.M. January 27 Riverside March 17 Beaumont May 19 Riverside July 21 Beaumont September 15 Riverside November 17 Beaumont •' .... AGENCY 1----BANNING TAC MEMBER TECHNICAL ADVl.RY COMMITTEE November 18, 2013 ALTERNATE PRINT NAME DUANE BURK I Kahono Oei Director of Public Works 1_ ,,. 47• J<4Yt IJNIJ Ve;.• BEAUMONT--11KISHEN PRATHIVADI-------fKevin Hughes-----Assistant Director of Public Works / '"', NDO BALDIZZONE ---!Frank Luckino -BLYTHE Director of Public Works Finance Director CVAG ---/MICHA-EL SHOBE~ ---Allyn Wa~gle ! T ransportation:rogram Manager_ Deputy Director .MICHAEL THORNTON Bob French CALIMESA I City Engineer ______ __ . Public Works ~irector _ l'SEAN YEUNG :William Mosby Acting District Local As-sistance _ !Deputy Dire-ct-or of-Pl_a_ nning 1~~ ~ CANYON LAKE -r1HABIB MOTLAGH --------------1-----;;/ / -1 .City Engineer __ __ t ____ /I"" ~' _Y __ RAL CITY-1 BILL SIMONS '1 !:Interim City Engineer . • f 'J/ s) ~OVL; COACHELLA JONATHAN HOY___ Maritza Martinez---JI-~---~"\.... --:_ ,_ ....,.,......,,.. City Engineer Interim Public Works Director t7V1 c..,; CAL TRANS • SIGNATURE -----------I~ J -----------CORONA -1Acting ~~~-lic_W_~ Director ~~:~~~I Engin~r ------1~ ~ -DESERT HOT --lfruov ACOSTA------Daniel Porras -SPRINGS· \Acting Public Works Director Public Works Contract Engineer -· EASTVALE HEMET GEORGE ALVAREZ City Engineer JORGE BIAGIONI TECHNICAL ADVl.Y COMMITTEE November 18, 2013 • Engineering Director/City Engineer Victor Monz Principal Engineer t:~TO<t-rl"\ ON1--i --z-_ __,. .. ~"""" ~-~_....)._,. __ _ INDIAN WELLS I KEN SEU MALO Public Works Director . ' Bondie Baker I ;Assistant Engineer II 11 KJ!').I )€(.) lllAlO ! i£_ t:1.L. .t-GRANT EKLUND ITom Rafferty . . . . . ----+ . ~../ /) Public Works Director/City Engineer Principal Civil Engineer : 6/lltN ( e )C, LUf..f j) I J~ /[J/ -·----INDIO I I .-------iROY STEPHENSON JURUPA VALLEY ,Mike Myers I Public Works Director/City Engineer ]Assistant City Engineer ·1 ·--TIMOTHY JONASSON Bryan McKinney . Public Works Director/City Engineer Principal Engineer LA QUINTA ~ 1--,i -ATI ESKANDARI ; Interim Public Works Director LAKE ELSINORE ·--ii SMITH Rob .Acting City Engineer . Interim City Manager 1-------·-MENIFEE --·-I ... -· ··-MORENO VALLEY AHMAD ANSARI Prem Kumar I Public Works Director/City Engineer Deputy Public Works Director/ !Assistant City Engineer P.1uRR~eMoEHLING · ---sten ____ _ NORCO I City Engineer I Assistant City Manager BILL THOMPSON Director of Public Works Lori Askew Sr. Engineer IA;51~#6M ~ -! l I I ~~~+~ Mt-1~.:5~ I ~ , ... PALM DESERT BO CHEN City Engineer ·---------PALM SPRINGS DAVE BARAKIAN Director of Public Works/ I City Engineer --" PERRIS I HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer ---------------RTA GORDON ROBINSON Director of Planning --RANCHO MIRAGE BRUCE HARRY Director of Public Works - -RIVERSIDE TOM BOYD I Public Works Director I RIVERSIDE COUNTY JUAN PEREZ Director of Transportation TECHNICAL ADVl.Y COMMITTEE November 18, 2013 Mark Diercks Transportation Engineer Savat Khamphou I I I -r---J{A~,fti ---Lorelle Moe-Luna ~ Senior Planner t ------Bill Enos I [City Engineer I ----1Farshid Mohammadi I I I I Engineering Manager I------------1 Patty Romo , Deputy Director of Transportation ' I l I I SAN JACINTO lHABiBMOTLAGH-------f{ o// ~ I City Engineer ! 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(Je,,:P.,_r;,1"'1°/5 a:.. ~v I ----------·· -------+------ Shirley Gooding From: Shirley Gooding Sent: To: Thursday, January 23, 2014 11 :09 AM 'Amer Attar' Subject: RE: January TAC Agenda Amer, your name was not on the sign in sheet but I will put this email with the sign in sheets to reflect your presence. Thanks very much. From: Amer Attar [mailto:Amer.Attar@cityoftemecula.org] Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2014 10:59 AM To: Shirley Gooding Subject: RE: January TAC Agenda Shirley: Just a note on the November 18, 2013 meeting minutes. My name is not reflected on the attendees list even though I was in attendance. Kindest Regards, Amer Attar, PE Acting City Engineer City of Temecula (951) 506-5162 amer.attar@cityoftemecula.org From: Shirley Gooding [mailto:SGooding@RCTC.org] Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2014 10:10 AM To: Shirley Gooding Subject: January TAC Agenda Some of you were unable to open the January TAC agenda yesterday so following is a link that you should be able to open. The meeting will be Monday, January 27 at RCTC. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you. http://rctc.org/uploads/media items/tac-01-27-14.origi na I. pdf Shirley Gooding Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, Third Floor Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 787-7964 1 MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, September 16, 2013 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order at 10:00 a.m. at the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: George Alvarez, City of Eastvale Ahmad Ansari, City of Moreno Valley Amer Attar, City of Temecula Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Greg Butler, City of Temecula Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert Donna Dean, WRCOG Grant Eklund, City of Indio Jonathan Hoy, City of Coachella Kevin Hughes, City of Beaumont Timothy Jonasson, City of La Quinta Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley Bob Moehling, City of Murrieta Farshid Mohammadi, City of Riverside Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, and San Jacinto Robert Morin, City of Corona Kahono Oei, City of Banning Patty Romo, County of Riverside Ken Seumalo, City of Indian Wells Bill Simons, City of Cathedral City Michael Thornton, City of Calimesa Sean Yeung, Caltrans District 8 Dan York, City of Wildomar Others Present: Grace Alvarez, RCTC Lisa DaSilva, RCTC Eric DeHate, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Aaron Hake, RCTC Danson Kelii, Wilson Company Eric Lewis, City of Moreno Valley Alex Menor, RCTC Roy Null, County of Riverside Mojahed Salama, County of Riverside John Standiford, RCTC Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 16, 2013 Page 2 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Minutes were approved as submitted. Abstain: Attar, Butler 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5. CEQA REFORM UPDATE Aaron Hake, RCTC, said the legislature created a new transit priority area that can exist within a half mile of any transit hub within the city and level of area and aesthetics can be waived as a requirement and analyzed under CEQA. The Office of Planning and Research (OPR) will create new guidelines relative to level of service, transportation impacts, and aesthetics in these transit priority areas. These reforms were intended to target infill residential projects. RCTC will continue to push for CEQA reform that will streamline the process for environmentally beneficial projects like transit. 6. ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (ATP) TRAILER BILL Mr. Hake stated that Senate Bill No. 99 will implement the Active Transportation Program (ATP) for the state. MAP-21 did away with the Transportation Enhancement Activities (TEA) program and replaced it with the Transportation Alternative Program. SB 99 consolidates previous transportation programs. Federal money is divided with 40% going directly to the regions; 10% will be sent to rural areas; and 50% will be distributed by the state on a competitive basis. The CTC will develop guidelines as to how the funds will be distributed then SCAG, in consultation with RCTC and other CTCs in Southern California, will develop project selection criteria. He further stated that 25% of the funds for active transportation must be spent in disadvantaged communities, which is in the health and safety code. 7. 1-15 RE-SCOPED PROJECT Lisa DaSilva, RCTC, provided an updated fact sheet regarding the Interstate 15 Corridor Improvement Project and said that several years ago RCTC contacted many cities about managing a toll facility along the 1-15 interchange in Temecula from the 1-215 up to the SR-60 in San Bernardino County for about 44 miles. However, in January 2013, the available options were taken to the Annual Commission Workshop where the Commission approved re-scoping the first segment of the project from SR60 to Cajalco Road in Corona, for approximately 14.5 miles. The commitment was that the first segment of the 1-15 project would be delivered by the end of 2020. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 16, 2013 Page 3 RCTC is now planning to go back to the cities along the 1-15 corridor to speak at council meetings indicating that the first segment of the 1-15 project will stop at Cajalco Road. Ms. DaSilva indicated that fact sheets will be distributed to the cities about the entire 1-15 project within approximately a week. 8. 2013 FTIP UPDATE Eric DeHate, RCTC, reported that currently SCAG has processed 13 amendments to the 2013 FTIP encompassing seven formal amendments, five administrative modifications, and one RTP consistency amendment. RCTC participated in 12 out of 13 amendments submitted, totaling changes to 192 projects. The most recently submitted amendment to SCAG was formal amendment No. 13, which entailed changes to 28 projects and was submitted on September 3. Mr. DeHate pointed out that attached to his staff report is the amendment log that 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 give TAC members a good working estimate for submissions. 9. 2015 FTIP UPDATE Grace Alvarez, RCTC, stated that the 2015 FTIP process has started and on August 28 RCTC notified the TAC primary and alternate representatives of the opportunities this new FTIP update brings, such as revising the scope of work; adjusting completion year; adding new projects; deleting projects that are no longer feasible for the agencies; and highlighting their agencies accomplishments through the report of projects completed and/or anticipated to be completed during the 2013 FTIP cycle. She further stated that the FTIP submittal is due to SCAG on January 3, 2014. Considering the upcoming holidays in November and December, marked up project sheets for existing projects are requested by September 30 and for new projects by October 7 to give Programming and Planning enough time to submit the package to SCAG by the deadline. The correct scope of work/project description and the completion year included in the FTIP are very important for security the required environmental approvals and for the obligation of the federal funds. The completion year correlates to a modeling year network. In order to make changes to the completion year in the FTIP through a regular FTIP amendment, the new completion date must be consistent with the model network. Otherwise, the schedule delay and/or advance are only allowed through an RTP/SCS amendment and subsequently through an FTIP consistency amendment that can delay projects up to nine months. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 16, 2013 Page 4 Ms. Alvarez requested that the agencies include any project maps and/or project exhibits with submittals that can be included in the FTIP package to SCAG to allow the modelers better understanding of the projects and to ensure the projects are correctly modeled in the FTIP. 10. MORENO VALLEY FUNDING REQUEST FOR PERRIS BOULEVARD John Standiford, RCTC, reported that an item will be taken to the October 2013 Commission meeting regarding reprogramming of $1.6 million from one part of Perris Boulevard to another in Moreno Valley that is consistent with previous practice. The project is ready for construction. Other funding that will be considered in the future will be Measure A regional arterial funding. Regional Measure A funding will be addressed in January. M/S/C (Motlagh/Romo) to approve the city's request as proposed. 11. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Sean Yeung, Caltrans District 8 Local Assistance, reported that the South Tehachapi meeting (now called the Southern California Local Assistance meeting) is scheduled for September 26 in Orange County, which will be hosted by District 12 Local Assistance. Mr. Yeung said the agenda has not yet been finalized and when it is, he will forward it to the TAC. He further reported that Local Assistance is working on two major training sessions; one is the RE Academy and the other is the Federal Aid series, both of which are in the works. There is a tentative schedule for the RE Academy in Woodland Hills for April 21 through April 24, 2014. Another session is scheduled for Anaheim May 19 through May 22. He will forward that information when available. The Federal Aid series will be held in District 8 next year at the Mission Inn tentatively scheduled for May 5 through May 9. Mr. Yeung also reported that updates have been made to the Local Assistance website making it more user-friendly. The information has not changed much, but there are some additions. He stated that he has received some questions regarding inactive projects. There have been some changes with Caltrans and FHWA on how they are processed. In the past, when projects are inactive they have been posted on the inactive website giving agencies more time to submit invoices. FHWA has revised the process and now if a project has not been invoiced in six months, the project will be listed on the inactive site with a 180 day countdown so that at exactly one year if an invoice is not received, the project will be deobligated. Currently, there are about 32 projects for which October 1 is the deadline to submit an invoice. There are about 12 projects that are scheduled to become inactive within the next 30 days, which are posted on the inactive website. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 16, 2013 Page 5 Several agencies have contacted Mr. Yeung recently regarding the Project Supplemental Agreement (PSA), a signed document from Caltrans that agencies need to commence invoicing. Some agencies have received the E-76, but have not gotten their PSA and that is preventing the agencies from invoicing. He said that agencies in that category should contact him as soon as possible. 12. SEPTEMBER COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Mr. Standiford reported that public hearings were held for Resolutions of Necessity for the widening of the 91 through Corona and that there will be even more at the next Commission meeting. There was a lengthy discussion about TUMF developer agreements. The Foothill Parkway, Corona, item was put off to form an Ad Hoc Committee, which will meet as early as next week. Next month there will be a MOU between CVAG and RCTC regarding a funding/planning effort regarding rail to the Coachella Valley. 13. OTHER BUSINESS Greg Butler, City of Temecula, announced that he was appointed Assistant City Manager of Temecula; therefore, today is his last meeting serving as Chair of the TAC. He asked if the TAC would like the Chair to roll over to Jonathan Hoy, current Vice Chair of the TAC, or to keep in line with the usual Eastern County/Western County should a motion be entertained to appoint another person from Western County to complete the balance of the Chair role that he is currently running. The TAC agreed to turn the Chair role over to Mr. Hoy and appoint another Vice Chair from Western County at the next TAC meeting. Mr. Butler introduced Amer Attar, his TAC representative replacement. M/S/C (Motlagh/Ansari) to appoint Jonathan Hoy as the Chair and nominate a Vice Chair at the next TAC meeting. Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs, requested an update on the SB 821 volunteers that Jillian Guizado requested. Mr. Standiford said he would follow up and let the TAC know the status. Mr. Barakian requested an update at the next meeting regarding curb ramps at projects being a required item. He wants to know for projects that are already federally funded if there is something being done. Adding ramps to projects are doubling costs and not initially put into the TIP. If that is the rule, the funds should be made available. Discussion ensued and Mr. Barakian requested that Sean Yeung research the issue and send an email to the TAC. The issue of Senate Bill 7 was raised as it relates to limiting the ability of charter cities to get state funding for projects. John Standiford said he would research the bill and report back to the TAC. Grace Alvarez reminded the TAC that the Multi Call for Projects is due Monday, September 23. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 16, 2013 Page 6 14. 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 Medina Planning and Programming Director AGENDA ITEM 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 18, 2013 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Jillian Guizado, Staff Analyst Brian Cunanan, Commuter and Motorist Assistance Manager Robert Yates, Multimodal Services Director SUBJECT: SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Program Administration STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Approve the SB 821 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) subcommittee's (subcommittee) recommendation to maintain a competitive SB 821 call for projects (call), extend the call from its current annual basis to a biannual basis, and set the call release date for the first Monday of every other February and the call close date for the last Thursday of every other April, starting in 2015; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At its June 2013 meeting, the Budget and Implementation Committee reviewed and forwarded to the Commission the Fiscal Year 2013/14 SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Program funding recommendations. Several committee members commented on issues they have with the existing SB 821 evaluation criteria, last revised in 1995. As such, the subcommittee was created to accomplish the task of reviewing and updating the SB 821 program. DISCUSSION: The subcommittee received 15 volunteers, equally representing Western Riverside County (WRC) and Coachella Valley (CV). On Thursday, November 7, the subcommittee convened for its first meeting with 8 members in attendance. The subcommittee discussed the administration of the SB 821 program looking at the following possibilities: • Annual distribution of funds on a per capita basis (no longer administer funds through a competitive call for projects) • Annual or biannual distribution of funds through a competitive call for projects with separate funds for WRC and CV (determined on a per capita basis) • Annual distribution of funds through a competitive call for projects (current administration method) • Biannual distribution of funds through a competitive call for projects The subcommittee determined that distributing funds on a per capita basis was not desirable due to the extremely small amounts of funding some of the small desert cities would receive. Members of the subcommittee feel that by maintaining a competitive call for projects, even if a jurisdiction does not receive an allocation every year they propose, generally allows cities to secure more funding for a specific project than they would have received if funds were distributed on a per capita basis. In discussing the possibility of separating out funds for WRC and CV, the subcommittee feels maintaining one big fund will be most beneficial to all of the jurisdictions in Riverside County. This was determined after reviewing data indicating that CV has often received more than its per capita share would have been. Distribution of funds on an annual versus a biannual basis was discussed at length. The subcommittee members discussed the benefits and drawbacks of the current annual administration method. The most notable benefit was the ability to compete annually to secure funds for bicycle and pedestrian projects. Several drawbacks were presented, including staff shortages, the minimal amount of funds available in each call, and the difficulty to obtain the proper evaluation committee members. Therefore, the subcommittee is recommending maintaining a competitive call for projects, extending the call from its current annual basis to a biannual basis, and setting the call release date for the first Monday of every other February and the call close date for the last Thursday of every other April, starting in 2015. As a condition of this recommendation, the subcommittee proposed bimonthly meetings to be held following the TAC meetings throughout 2014 to revise additional SB 821 program administration policies. These policies may include the evaluation criteria, composition of the evaluation committee, and allowable expenses and claim processes. AGENDA ITEM 6 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 6. AGENDA ITEM 7 There will be a handout provided for agenda for item 7. CMAQ Lead Agency/ Applicant Eastvale *Calimesa Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Riverside RTA RTA Temecula CMAQTAP *Moreno Valley Riverside Riverside Riverside *Riverside Riverside Riverside County Wildomar Wildomar Project DRAFT 11/18/13 Title Funding Requested Hamner Av Traffic Synch, Schleisman to Eastvale Gateway $ 216,775 1-10/Cherry Valley IC. Roundabouts (PA&ED) $ 225,000 Transportation Management Center -Ph IB $ 2,031,700 Dynamic Traveler Alert Message Boards $ 340,500 Magnolia Ave. Signal Interconnect $ 1,387,500 Rapidlink Service along University and Magnolia $ 9,211,800 Install System-wide Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) for Transit $ 4,125,000 Temecula Park and Ride $ 1,300,750 Subtotal CMAQ Eligible: $ 18,839,025 Aqueduct Trail -Eucalyptus Ave to Lake Perris State Recreational Area $ 60,000 Riverside Metrolink Station, Downtown Crossing SR91 (PA&ED) $ 637,500 Santa Ana River Trail Walking Path $ 2,376,000 Santa Ana River Bicycle Trail $ 141,450 Bicycle Share Program $ 211,560 Bruce Street Sidewalk Improvements -Adair Ave. to Lake St. $ 195,000 Salt Creek Parkway $ 5,090,000 Grand Ave & Clinton Keith Rd. Bike Paths $ 613,800 Grand Ave Bike Paths -Corydon Rd to Brown Middle School. $ 746,640 Subtotal CMAQ and TAP Eligible: $ 10,071,950 CMAQ Total for Call $ 55,756,982 Comments/Recommendation Approve CMAQ funds App. PA&ED only, requested $900 for PS&E Approve CMAQ funds Approve CMAQ funds Approve CMAQ funds Approve CMAQ funds Approve CMAQ funds Approve CMAQ funds App. PA&ED only, requested $280 for PS&E Approve CMAQ funds for PA&ED Approve CMAQ funds Approve CMAQ if air quality benefits App. Cons only, requested $28 (PA&ED, PS&E) Approve CMAQ funds Questions regarding funding/schedule Approve CMAQ funds Approve CMAQ funds CMAQ-Only + CMAQ-TAP Project Requests $ 28.910,975 (TAP fund amount available in Spring 2014) Balance $ 26,846,007 Approve for Meas A 60 Truck Climbing Ln * Projects requesting PS&E in addition to PA&ED TAP Palm Springs Cerritos Dr. Sidewalk Improvements -East Side Palm Springs Bicycle Lanes -Class II: Crossly Rd., Palm Canyon Dr., Via Escuela, San R $ 86,400 $ 142,400 Recommend for CVAG CMAQ Call or TAP Recommend for CVAG CMAQ Call or TAP '::j ....__ 'o_;,_J -::::---~-' .,~ \.Y [' ...._; 2013MULTl-FUNDING CALL FOR PROJECTS -RSTP /MARA EVALUATION DRAFT Regional Project Local Air Cost Consistency Total Lead Project Funding Agency Agency TCC TPC(all FY 2013/14 FY 2014/15 FY 2015/16 FY2016/17 Start Cons Significance Readiness Match Safety Quality Benefit w/RTP/SCS Project Agency/Applicant Co-Sponsor Title Project category Project Description Requested match match% phases) (mo/yr) (1-10) (1-10) (1-10) (1-5) (1-5) (1-5) (1-10) Score All Projects Ranking cloverleaf IC, providing 6 through lanes (3 Ins in ea dir) two dedicated on-ramp approach lanes, a median, and -· . shoulders. Additional improvements include the widening ~. of Salt Creek Bridge, north of the IC to accommodate the 1-215/Newport IC Interchange realigned NB on-ramp, and widening of Newport Rd to Riverside County Menifee Improvements Improvements accommodate the proposed geometry of the IC .~ $17,875,000 55.00% 32,500,000 37,300,000 14,625,000 Aug. 2014 9 9 10 2 30 Extension of Foothill Pkwy from Skyline Dr. to Green River Rd. to Green River Rd., to provide for four travel lanes (2 Ins in ea dir), two bridges, bicycle lanes, connections to trail system, landscaped medians, connections at Border Ave. & Mangular Ave., & TS at 3 intersections - 2 mile segment Corona** N/A Foothill Parkway Westerly Ext Arterial Extension project. .._. __ $35,500,000 62.83% 56,500,000 56,500,000 21,000,000 Ready now 8 10 10 1 29 ''• Widening of Ramona Exp. From 2 to 5 lanes (2 lanes in ea Riverside County direction and 1 striped median), construction of Type I & Soboba Band of Ramona Exp. Widening from Arterial Bicycle Path, intersection improvements, signal San Jacinto** Luiseno Indians Eagle Rd. to Main St. Improvements modifications, and minor drainage improvements. --~ $3,270,000 55.00% 5,945,000 6,545,000 2,675,000 April-14 7 9 10 3 29 Reconstruction, realignment, and widening of IC from 2 to 6 lanes W/O Varner Rd. to UPRR. Other improvements include: widening of ramps, adding new entry ramps, ramp metering, accel/decel lanes at W/B entry and EB exit, La dedicated RT lanes, and S/W improvements along NB Quinta/CVAG/Riv 1-10/Jefferson St. le Interchange Jefferson St. with crosswalks and curb ramps at all ramp & st Indio Co Improvements Improvements intersections. ---$47,173,575 76.49% 61,673,500 74,033,500 14,499,925 May-14 9 8 10 2 29 1-215/Nuevo IC Ramp Improvements: Widening from 2 to 3 1-215/Nuevo Rd IC Ramp Interchange lanes the NB and SB exit ramps, 1 to 2 lanes on WB Nuevo Perris** CT Improvements Improvements Road, and from 1 to 2 NB on Ramp. $!;.-.-$2,000,000 55.56% 3,600,000 3,600,000 1,600,000 Feb. 2014 7 9 10 2 28 Multi-Jurisdictional effort for alternate Construct new SR60/Potrero QC -6-lane facility (3 Ins in ea routes for SR60 & I· direction) with temporary connection to Western Knolls Beaumont 10 (CT, RIV CO) SR60 / Potrero IC Ph. I New Interchange Ave. $UU,l54 $8,662,846 57.04% 15,186,000 27,186,000 6,523,154 Jan. 2014 6 7 10 4 27 Hwy Improvements, Widen & reconstruction of Hwy 111 from 4 to 6 lanes from I Hwy 111 Improvements -gap closure, and Madison St. to Monroe St. and updating of all traffic signals, I Rubidoux St. to 760' W /0 pedestrian sidewalks, ramps, and driveways to current ADA stds Indio CVAG Madison St. improvements between Rubidoux St and 760' W/0 Madison St. .... --$5,720,000 55.00% 10,400,000 10,920,000 4,680,000 June-15 6 4 10 2 22 Widening from 2 to 4 through lanes from Etiwanda to Bain St. (1 mile segment) with paved shoulders along N & S side of the street to provide for Class Ill bike facilities, and Arterial extension of an equestrian/pedestrian U.C. connector to Jurupa Valley** N/A Limonite Ave Widening -Etiw ; Improvements adjacent parkland. ··--$1,907,000 45.33% 4,207,000 4,207,000 2,300,000 July-14 7 4 8 3 22 Improve existing 1-15/79 South: Construction of a new SB I exit loop ramp to provide a two-lane exit w/1300' of aux. lane preceding the exit and a new bridge structure over SR79 So. To accommodate the new SB exit ramp configuration. Add. Imp. Include: new SB entrance ramp, widened NB exit and entrance ramps, and SR79 improvements to include widening, paving, restriping to Interchange provide 3 thru lanes and 2 left turn lanes in ea direction of Temecula N/A Interstate 15/SR79 South IC Improvements travel. $17,Ul,lOll $11,175,000 38.75% 28,836,100 46,000,942 17,661,100 Dec. 2014 7 6 6 2 21 ---in ea direction), left turn lanes, pedestrian and bicycle Avenue 48 Widening and facilities, and landscape median between Jackson Street to Bicycle and Pedestrian Van Buren St .. Some segments have already been widened Facilities -Jackson St. to Van Arterial but require additional improvements to accommodate for Coachella N/A Buren St. Improvements bicycle lanes. $2,621,750 $876,250 25.00% 3,505,000 3,600,000 2,628,750 July-14 6 8 4 2 20 $81,19l,929 Clinton Keith Road Extension Clinton Keith Road Extension from Whitewood Rd. to Trois from Whitewood Rd. to Leon Valley St (1/2 width - 3 Ins) and from Trois Valley St to Leon Riverside County**' Murrieta Rd. (Ph II) Arterial Extension Rd. (full width - 6 Ins) -Ph II. $26,000,000 $13,478,000 34.14% 39,478,000 57,780,000 26,000,000 Sep. 2014 7 8 4 1 20 ·-Magnolia Ave. Widening -Widening of Magnolia Ave. from 4 to 6 lanes between Riverside N/A Buchanan St. to Banburv Dr. Arterial Widening Buchanan St. to Banbury Drive. $4,518,750 $1,506,250 25.00% 6,025,000 6,326,200 4,518,750 March-15 8 5 4 2 19 Page No. 1 RSTP ·. 2013MULTl-FUNDING CALL FOR PROJECTS -RSTP /MARA EVALUATION DRAFT Regional Project Local Air Cost Consistency Total Lead Project Funding Agency Agency TCC TPC(all FY 2013/14 FY2014/15 FY 2015/16 FY 2016/17 Start Cons Significance Readiness Match Safety Quality Benefit w/RTP/SCS Project Agency/Applicant Co-Sponsor Title Project category Project Description Requested match match% phases) (mo/yr) (1-10) (1-10) (1-10) (1-5) (1-5) (1-5) (1-10) Score ''-I"''"' .. '"''''""''" ................ , ............................ -· ....... ·-o'"' .w ................. bridge (3 Ins in ea dir), shoulders, sidewalks, and left turn lanes, WB ramps, auxiliary lanes, and widening of Moreno SR60/Moreno Beach Dr OC Interchange Beach Dr from Eucalyptus to N/O the WB ramps. Other Moreno Valley N/A Improvements -Ph II Improvements improvements include construction of Moreno Master $22,024,000 $3,886,000 15.00% 25,910,000 38,910,000 22,024,000 Nov. 2014 6 9 2 2 19 Arterial Widening -TCM Committed Project for the Widening of EB Cactus Ave from 2 to 3 lanes from Veterans Cactus Ave Widening -EB Traffic Way to Heacock St. Other improvements include signal from Veterans Way to Synchronization modification and synchronization and improvements to Moreno Valley** MJPA Heacock St. Component bicycle route. $1,997,500 $352,500 15.00% 2,350,000 2,350,000 1,997,500 Sep. 2014 6 8 2 2 18 Widening of WB Ramon Rd. from 600' E/O Bob Hope Dr to Ramon Rd. Widening Los Alamos Rd: 10' wid. Of 1,600' segment to extend a 3rd Improvements -600' E/O through/receiving In. to Bob Hope Dr., 2' wid. Of 3,000' Bob Hope Dr. to Los Alamos Arterial segment, & cons. Of C&G to enhance capacity & wid. Of Rancho Mirage N/A Rd. Improvements existing Class II bike lane. $506,838 $89,442 15.00% 596,280 821,090 506,838 May-15 8 5 2 3 18 Reconstruction of the 1-215/Scott Rd IC to a modified partial cloverleaf IC, including reconfiguration of existing freeway ramps, addition of a new loop on-ramp and one new loop off-ramp, and reconstruction of the current OC structure. The new QC is planned to be 11 lanes wide spanning over I-215 (6 thru lanes and 5 dedicated right and left turn Ins). 1-215/Scott Rd. Interchange Interchange Other improvements include widening of Scott Rd to Riverside County Menifee Reconstruction Improvements accommodate the proposed geometry of the IC. $25,575,000 $13,232,000 34.10% 38,807,000 52,000,000 25,575,000 June-15 7 4 4 2 17 Widening of Van Buren Blvd. from 4 to 6 Ins (3 Ins in ea dir) from Washington St to Wood Rd., for approx. 2-miles, Van Buren Blvd. Widening -including right turn pockets at major intersections and ADA Riverside County City of Riverside Washington St to Wood Rd. Arterial Widening improvements. $3,495,000 $0 0.00% 3,495,000 6,961,000 3,495,000 June-16 9 4 0 2 15 Madison Ave. Improvements · Widening of Madison Ave from 2 to 4 lanes from Murrieta Murrieta Hot Springs to Arterial Hot Springs to Newton Azrak, raised medians, left turn lane, Murrieta** N/A Newton Azrak improvements bike lanes, and sidewalks. $6,430,000 $1,135,000 15.00% 7,565,000 8,165,000 6,430,000 June-14 4 6 2 2 14 -·---Widening of Arlington Ave. from 4 to 6 lanes (3 in each direction) from Maude St. to Alessandro Blvd. Other Arlington Ave. Widening -Arterial Improvements include bicycle lanes, sidewalks installation, Riverside N/A Maude St to Alessandro Blvd. Improvements and ADA ramps. $8,081,250 $2,693,750 25.00% 10,775,000 11,189,200 8,081,250 Oct. 2015 7 0 4 3 14 ·----~ Widening of approx. 1-mi. of Kitching St between Gentian Ave and Cactus Ave., from a 2-ln road to a 4-ln (2 Ins in ea dir). Other improvements include ADA ramps and in-fill sidewalk, drainage improvements, traffic signal modification Kitching St Widening -Arterial and signal interconnect, walls and fencing, striping, and Moreno Valley•• N/A Gentian Ave to Cactus Ave. Improvements street lighting. $2,295,000 $405,000 15.00% 2,700,000 2,700,000 2,295,000 June-14 1 8 2 1 12 Reconstruction of 1-15/Limonite Ave. Interchange from Eastvale Gateway to Wineville Ave., to increase capacity on Limonite and at the ramp intersections. Other 1-15/Limonite Ave -improvements include the construction of a new bridge to Eastvale/Jurupa Interchange Modification and Interchange accommodate the future widening of 1-15 to the 10 lane Riverside County Valley Reconstruction Improvements section that is planned. $29,677,000 $5,554,000 15.76% 35,231,000 47,977,000 29,677,000 June-16 7 0 2 2 11 ---·--·-Env. Feb. 2014& Hamner Ave Bridge at Santa Bridge Hamner Ave Bridge at Santa Ana River (11.47% local match Design and Norco and Ana River (11.47% local Replacement/ for HBP is requested) and Recreational Trail Improvements R/W July Riverside County • Eastvale match for HBP is requested). Widening and Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities. DQ $5,770,000 88.52% 6,518,000 56,339,000 459,000 289,000 2017 0 0 10 0 10 SR60/Theodore St. IC improvements including the widening of OC from 2 to 6 lanes, widening of ramps (w/HOV), add new entry ramp, auxiliary lanes, and widening of Theodore St from 2 to 4 lanes including traffic signals, channelization improvements, left turn pockets, dedicated right-turn lanes, SR60/Theodore St IC drainage improvements, landscaping, sidewalks, and bike Moreno Valley N/A Improvements (PA&ED) PA&ED lanes (PA&ED). $964,000 $1,178,000 55.00% 2,142,000 48,200,000 964,000 Julv-13 10 10 Page No. 2 RSTP 2013MULTl-FUNDING CALL FOR PROJECTS -RSTP /MARA EVALUATION DRAFT Regional Project Local Air Cost Consistency Total Lead Project Funding Agency Agency TCC TPC(all FY 2013/14 FY 2014/15 FY2015/16 FY 2016/17 Start Cons Significance Readiness Match Safety Quality Benefit w/RTP/SCS Project Agency/Applicant Co-Sponsor Title Project Category Project Description Requested match match% phases) (mo/yr) (1-10) (1-10) (1-10) (1-5) (1-5) (1-5) (1-10) Score Widening of Cajalco Rd. from 2 to 4 Ins (2 Ins in ea dir) from Cajalco Rd. Widening and Temescal Canyon Rd. to Harvill Ave., and from 4 to 6 Ins (3 Safety Enhancements -Ins in ea dir) from Harvill Ave to 1-215, including median left Temescal Canyon Rd. to 1-215 turn Ins, signals, class Ill bike lane, bridge construction, and Riverside County N/A (PA&ED) PA&ED drainage and intersection improvements (PA&ED/Design). $3,000,000 $8,000,000 72.73% 11,000,000 302,367,000 3,000,000 Jan. 2011 10 10 Construction of a new major arterial, 2 Ins in ea dir, painted 1-10 Bypass -Construction of median, and a multi-use trail, bicycle and pedestrian new arterial between facilities, and bridge structures crossing the Smith Creek and Hathaway St. and Apache the San Gorgonio River, providing an alternate route to the I Trail. Project is a 10 between Hathaway St. at Westward Street in Banning to component of the 1-10 Bonita Street at Apache Trail in Cabazon, approximately 3.3 Lifeline Emergency Action New arterial miles, connecting the city of Banning and the Riverside County Banning Plan. parallel to 1-10 unincorporated community of Cabazon. $14,500,000 $0 0.00% 41,900,000 55,131,000 14,500,000 Dec. 2016 9 0 0 0 9 Widening of Avenue 50 to its ultimate width of 6 lanes (3 Ins in ea direction), left turn lanes, pedestrian and bicycle Avenue 50 Widening and facilities, and landscape median between Jackson Street to Bicycle and Pedestrian Van Buren St .. Some segments have already been widened Facilities -Jackson St. to Van Arterial but require additional improvements to accommodate for Coachella N/A Buren St. Improvements bicycle lanes. $3,000,000 $90,000 2.91% 3,090,000 3,800,000 3,000,000 June-15 6 0 0 2 8 Not eligible for MF Hamner Ave. Pavement Hamner Ave Pavement Rehab between Cantu-Galleano Eastvale Call for Projects Rehabilitation Pavement Rehab Ranch to Riverside $323,060 $323,060 50.00% 646,120 710,732 323,060 July-14 0 0 8 0 8 Canyon Crest Drive Widening Widening of Canyon Crest Dr. from 2 to 4 lanes from Via and Installation of Bicycle Arterial Vista Dr. to Country Club Dr., and installation of two Class II Riverside N/A and Pedestrian Facilities Improvements bike lanes and pedestrian improvements. $3,064,250 $540,750 15.00% 3,605,000 4,443,900 3,064,250 Feb. 2016 4 0 2 2 8 f-----· \..Ull;)LIUl.UUll VI lllLt:lllll lllltJIUVClllCI L:) l..Ull;)l;)Llll6 VI Airport Boulevard Interim widening of a two-mile segment of Airport Blvd. from 2 Ins Riverside County N/A Widening Improvements Arterial Widening to 4 Ins, from Harrison St. to Polk St. $6,800,000 $0 0.00% 6,800,000 7,300,000 6,800,000 July-14 3 2 0 1 6 Adams St. at SR91-Ramp Preliminary engineering to reconfigure SR91 EB on/off Riverside N/A Reconfiguration (PA&ED) IC Improvements ramps at Adams St. $935,000 $165,000 15.00% 1,100,000 1,100,000 935,000 Feb. 2014 2 2 1-10 Bypass -Extending Seminole Dr., Tamarack Rd., and Garnet Ave. Project is a component of the 1-10 Lifeline Emergency Action Arterial Extension -Extension of Seminole Dr., Tamarack Rd., and Garnet Ave to Riverside County Banning Plan (PA&ED). PA&ED provide an alternate route to the 1-10 (PA&ED/Design). $3,000,000 $645,000 17.70% 3,645,000 24,545,000 3,000,000 Sep. 2014 2 2 Construction of Potrero Blvd. extension, a 4-ln (2 Ins in ea dir), painted median, and a multi-use trail along the rural section and sidewalk and bike lanes in the urban areas from 4th St in Beaumont to SR7-79 in the unincorporated Riverside County for approx. 2.8 miles. Other Potrero Rd. Extension -4th St improvements include bridge structures crossing the Smith Riverside County City of Beaumont to SR79 (PA&ED). PA&ED Creek and the San Gorgonio River (PA&ED). $2,450,000 $550,000 18.33% 3,000,000 54,000,000 2,450,000 April-14 2 2 164 133 162 50 0 0 0 509 GRAND TOTAL $256,829,577 $63,154,139 $135,316,938 $44,317,500 $14,789,000 • Co. of Riverside -Hamner Ave. Bridg~~reque;ting 11.47% match for the HBP funded phases. Design ($289,000) & R/W ($1,549,000) scheduled to start July 2017; construction ($5,565,000) starts is Aug 2020. Env. Supplemental funds in the amount of $459,000 are within the quadrennial multi-year funding. DQ = Disqualified "= Funding Adjusted per e-mail on November 12, 2013 •• CEQA ONLY Completed and qualifies for MARA Page No. 3 RSTP