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03 March 17, 2014 Technical Advisory CommitteeCOMM-TAC-00028 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. March 17, 2014 Beaumont City Hall Conference Room #2 550 East Sixth Street Beaumont, CA 92223 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 January 27, 2014 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. 2013 FTIP Update (Attachment) 6. Obligation Authority Delivery Plan FY 2013/14 (Attachment) 7. 2014 STIP Update (Attachment) 8. Active Transportation Program — CTC Guidelines and Application for Statewide and MPO Funding (Attachment) 9. Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) Grant (Attachment) 10. Local Assistance Update (Verbal Presentation) 11. March Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 12. Other Business 13. Adjournment (The next meeting will be May 19 in Riverside.) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 17, 2014 Page 2 14. An SB 821 TAC Subcommittee meeting will convene immediately following this TAC meeting. .... 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M.v m ':..h ·"'f'<) ~ 7 / . 4<P I. {po 3(, f:.< qs[ S6$'Sf 3o {~:-Jf-46. N LlR\..A eeCb: f?:l_6 ---------------------------~?Skc.KYvtfp VL__f2z_()/_~~~?!-)n~tl. t.o/,y\ I (J :7 <¥ ,U~ I v, ~77>?-. /'1.;t,yz..... I Vll?MIZ e 017u""#p;>H,PY.-"'17 ~,/.. -;~ 2P4-_7 _ __, ---------+-I -·-· --~-------·-----~----+------------~----------------!----------------------·-· ----+-------·------·-------------ct 1-----------------------1--·-·---~--J-------·------·-·----.. -------.. ·--·-.. --------+--------·------·-----·--·-----------------·---· MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, January 27, 2014 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order at 10:04 a.m. at the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: Others Present: George Alvarez, City of Eastvale Ahmad Ansari, City of Moreno Valley Amer Attar, City of Temecula Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Armando Baldizzone, City of Blythe Donna Dean, WRCOG Mark Diercks, City of Palm Desert Ati Eskandari, City of Lake Elsinore Joe Forgiarini, SunLine Transit Agency Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Kevin Hughes, City of Beaumont Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley LoreIle Moe -Luna, Riverside Transit Agency Farshid Mohammadi, City of Riverside Victor Monz, City of Hemet Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, and San Jacinto Robert Morin, City of Corona Kahono Oei, City of Banning Daniel Porras, City of Desert Hot Springs Tom Rafferty, City of Indio Patty Romo, County of Riverside Ken Seumalo, City of Indian Wells Bill Simons, City of Cathedral City Roy Stephenson, City of Jurupa Valley Michael Thornton, City of Calimesa Allyn Waggle, CVAG Dan York, City of Wildomar Fred Alamolhoda, LAE Associates, Inc. Grace Alvarez, RCTC Randy Anstine, City of Calimesa Eric DeHate, RCTC Albert Espinoza, City of Corona Shirley Gooding, RCTC Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 27, 2014 Page 2 Kelsey Gormley, City of Beaumont Jillian Guizado, RCTC Aaron Hake, RCTC Rohan Kuruppu, Riverside Transit Agency Tanya Love, RCTC Leif Lovegren, Riverside Transit Agency Eric Lewis, City of Moreno Valley Shirley Medina, RCTC Roy Null, County of Riverside Gary Slater, Caltrans Rita Thompson, City of Lake Elsinore 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (Mohammadi/Barakian) so approve the minutes as submitted. Abstain: Bruce Harry 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5. 2013 FTIP UPDATE Eric DeHate, RCTC, reported SCAG has processed 16 amendments to the 2013 FTIP encompassing nine formal amendments and seven administrative modifications. RCTC has participated in 15 out of the 16 amendments submitted, totaling changes to 218 projects. As of today, all amendments have been approved. Mr. DeHate brought attention to the amendment schedule for the 2013 FTIP, which is attached to his staff report. New projects and revisions to projects due to the 2013 Multi -funding Call for Projects will be included in formal amendment number 17 due to RCTC February 14. The amendments will be due to SCAG February 25 with anticipated approval April 25. He further pointed out 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. For the STP rehab projects, all amendments have been approved to move forward with requesting the federal project numbers from Caltrans Local Assistance. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 27, 2014 Page 3 6. 2015 FTIP UPDATE —TRANSPORTATION CONTROL MEASURE PROJECTS Eric DeHate thanked the TAC representatives for providing the necessary information for the 2015 FTIP update. The table he provided highlights four major categories in the 2015 FTIP update. There were 249 carry-over projects with changes; 82 completed projects; 10 deleted projects; and 41 new projects for a total of 382 projects. Most of the new projects resulted in projects being added from the 2013 Multi -funding Call for Projects. He stated that also included in the 2015 FTIP update are old and new Transportation Control Measures (TCMs). TCMs are specific transportation projects that help improve air quality, regardless of the funding source. While Riverside County stretches into three air basins, the only one that currently has TCMs is the South Coast Air Basin, which includes Western Riverside County. These projects need to be delivered by their completion date. He stressed failure to deliver these projects by their completion date could jeopardize conformity for the entire SCAG region. If conformity is lost, all federal funding in the region comes to a halt. He asked jurisdictions review projects on the list and to ensure the projects are delivered by their completion date. 7. DRAFT FFY 2013/14 DELIVERY PLAN Grace Alvarez, RCTC, said the federal obligation delivery plan will soon be due to Caltrans. In anticipation of the early spring 2014 deadline, a FFY 2013/14 Obligation Delivery Plan was drafted that is attached to the staff report. It includes 44 projects with federal STP and CMAQ funds programmed for obligation in FFY 2013/14. She further stated the delivery plan is an important tool for RCTC and Caltrans to estimate the level of federal obligations for the year. The TAC's input with the updated schedules will help staff determine if there is sufficient OA to fund all the projects programmed in FY 2013/14 and/or if we have additional OA that can be loaned to another region. Caltrans also utilizes our Obligation Delivery Plan to determine if the state as a whole would be able to obligate 100% of its OA and/or if there is an opportunity to advance projects from future years to help achieve the OA goal. She said RCTC was not one of the August Redistribution recipients but had a good delivery record of 88.9%. She recommended the jurisdictions keep project schedules on track and help the region achieve 100% of its OA in FY 2013/14. 8. MULTI -FUNDING CALL FOR PROJECTS — COMMISSION APPROVAL Shirley Medina, RCTC, reported the Commission approved the projects at the January meeting. She suggested the TAC refer to the schedule attached to her current staff report showing each project and when it will be included in the FTIP. She also stated a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will be prepared for all the project sponsors. A draft MOU is being developed after which she will meet with each project sponsor to review the project specific MOU's. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 27, 2014 Page 4 9. 2014 STIP SUBMITTAL Ms. Medina stated the 2014 STIP submittal was due to the CTC in December. The STIP adoption is scheduled for March 20, 2014. 10. ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM — DRAFT GUIDELINES AND UPCOMING CALL FOR PROJECTS Ms. Alvarez reported staff has actively followed and participated in the draft ATP guidelines. The guidelines require two public hearings. The first public hearing took place January 22 in Los Angeles. The second one is scheduled before the CTC on January 29 in Sacramento. The ATP guidelines will be approved on March 20. Following this approval, the CTC will receive the ATP applications for the 50% funding that goes to the state. There will also be an opportunity for the regions to compete for funding through the MPOs. SCAG, which is the MPO for southern California, will receive 40% of the ATP funds. The 10% remaining will be available for rural and small urban areas. 11. TIGER VI FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES Aaron Hake, RCTC, reported the appropriations bill was passed for the rest of the fiscal year. $600 million was put into nationally competitive programs. USDOT had not stated what the timing is; however, if passed there will be a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) within the next couple of months with draft criteria. It is expected project awards will be made this year. Nationally significant projects will be priorities. 12. MEASURE A LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS MID -YEAR REVENUE PROJECTIONS Grace Alvarez reported the Commission at its meeting of January 8 approved the Measure A Mid - Year Revenue Projections presented by its CFO, Theresia Trevino. The Mid -Year Measure A Revenues for FY 2013/14 increased by $10 million, resulting in an additional $2.171 million available for the Western County and $844,000 for the Eastern County. She referenced the Measure A allocation projections for FY 2013/14 and FY 2014/15 attached to the report. She also said the FY 2014/15 revenue projections are $10 million higher than the revised FY 2013/14 projections. 13. MSRC'S CLEAN TRANSPORTATION FUNDING —TRAFFIC SIGNAL COORDINATION PROGRAM Tanya Love, RCTC, provided a Traffic Signal Coordination/CTC Partnership Program document. She reported the MSRC allocated $5 million for signal synchronization projects. Each CTC was allotted $1.25 million. RCTC took eligible projects from the Multi -funding Call for Projects and identified three projects that would qualify for the funding; they are Eastvale, Moreno Valley, and Riverside, which are identified in the document provided. She also stated approximately 25% was set aside for CVAG's call for projects due February 2014. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 27, 2014 Page 5 The CMAQ funds these 3 projects received will go back to the regional reserve and will be replaced with the MSRC funds. This information is due to MSRC January 31 in draft format. Once it is completed, it will go to the Commission for final action. M/S/C (Ansari/Alvarez) to approve submittal of the Eastvale, Moreno Valley, and Riverside projects. 14. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Sean Yeung, Caltrans Local Assistance, provided an update on the new Section 106 Programmatic Agreement for historical properties, reporting there is a new short form checklist PA 106, which is one of the studies for the NEPA process. The form is on the Local Assistance website under Department of Local Assistance. Regarding the MAP-21 Buy America requirements, Mr. Yeung reported the waiver for Buy America expired at the end of 2013. The new Buy America requirements apply to utility relocations. Caltrans created a Buy America task force that will hold conferences, seminars, and workshops to provide guidance to the local agencies and utility providers regarding the new regulations. The task force may be accessed at (916) 654-5170. Caltrans website has frequently asked questions/answers and list all webinars and seminars available. Mr. Yeung also indicated that in the past, Caltrans listed on a quarterly basis inactive projects for which an invoice had not been received by Local Assistance in over six months; the due date for submitting invoices to Caltrans was also included. There is no longer a set due date but a rolling due date that is 30 days prior to the one year anniversary since the last invoice was received. The information regarding invoicing is posted on the Local Assistance website. He said FHWA conveyed to Local Assistance when the one year is up, projects will not be deobligated the next day but at the end of that federal quarter. Currently, we are in the second federal quarter that runs from January 1 through March 30. Shirley Medina requested Local Assistance provide an updated engineering staffing directory. Mr. Yeung stated Local Assistance is in the process of updating it. Gary Slater, Interim Deputy Director, Caltrans, reported Bill Mosby retired and agencies are welcome to go through his office if necessary. 15. JANUARY COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Ms. Medina reported the Commission approved: • Resolutions of Necessity related to the SR-91 project; • The mid -year budget adjustment; • The Multi -funding call for Projects; • The 2014 legislative program and platform. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 27, 2014 Page 6 She stated she would email RCTC's workshop agenda to the TAC. The workshop is scheduled for January 30 and 31 and will include items such as rail in the Coachella Valley and 10-year delivery plan. 16. OTHER BUSINESS Ms. Medina reported the TUMF subcommittee discussed programming needs for TUMF projects in the Western County and regional arterials. Moreno Valley requested an additional $3 M of TUMF funds for its Perris Boulevard widening project from Ironwood to Manzanita Avenue. She stated the project has State Local Partnership Program (SLPP) competitive funds of $1 million that received an extension of time approval by the CTC to allow more time to secure the additional $3 M funding gap for project implementation. After reviewing the latest mid -year budget adjustment and revenue projections, there is an increase in the TUMF regional arterials fund balance as of June 30, 2013. The TUMF subcommittee recommended programming $3 million for the Perris Boulevard project. There is still a balance of TUMF funds the subcommittee will review in the next few months. 17. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:05 a.m. Respectfully submitted, d�� Shirley Medina Planning and Programming Director AGENDA ITEM 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 17, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager Eric DeHate, Staff Analyst SUBJECT: 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: 2013 FTIP On January 27, 2014 RCTC staff presented updates to the 2013 FTIP and reported the approval of Formal Amendments and Administrative Modifications 1-16 totaling changes to 218 projects and RCTC participated in 15 of 16 Amendments. Since then, Formal Amendment No. 17 was submitted to SCAG on February 25, 2014 encompassing 32 projects, including many projects from RCTC's 2013 Multi -Funding Call for projects. RCTC anticipates approval of this amendment by the end of April. Changes based on project milestone updates to the 2013 STP Pavement Rehabilitation Call for projects will be included in Administrative Modification No. 18. The following revised table is the schedule of upcoming Formal Amendments and Administrative Modifications up to October 2014. After October 2014, it is anticipated the 2015 FTIP will be approved. 2013 FTIP Amendment/Administrative Modification Schedule Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Amendment/Administrative Modification No. Formal or Administrative 2/14/2014 2/25/2014 13-17 Formal 3/25/2014 4/01/2014 13-18 Administrative 6/17/2014 6/24/2014 13-19 Formal 7/22/2014 7/29/2014 13-20 Administrative 8/19/2014 8/26/2014 13-21 Formal 9/23/2014 9/30/2014 13-22 Administrative 10/21 /2014 10/28/2014 13-23 Formal 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 11/5/2013 Amendment 14 Administrative Modification 2 9/24/2013 10/1/2013 10/25/2013 10/23/2013 Amendment 15 Formal Amendment 5 10/22/2013 10/29/2013 12/18/2013 12/18/2013 Amendment 16 Administrative Modification 19 11/25/2013 12/3/2013 12/26/2013 12/30/2013 Amendment 17 Formal Amendment 32 2/14/2014 2/25/2014 4/25/2014 I Total Number of Projects 250 "RCTC did not participate in this Amendment 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of March 11, 2014 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 1 of 36 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 October 2012 RCTC am sm. twerude (everyT. 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 - RR/HY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC W 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 rigs/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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 2 of 36 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 October 2012 RCTC ma ..... flints* Cooler WIMOMOten (worn 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. Incl medians, traffic signals, channelization, left -turn pockets, ded rt turn lanes on SB Jefferson and EB Varner, drainage improvemetns, sidewalks, and bike lanes. Cost Change &Schedule Delay SLPP formula funds project La Quinta RIV121101 In Eastern Riverside County in the City of La Quinta - Intersection Improvements: Modify the intersection at Hwy 111 and Washington St by adding left turn lanes, right turn lanes, median modifications, res-striping, reconstruction of curb and gutter, signal and signal pole modifications, and replacement of bus turnout. NEW SLPP Formula Funds project MURRIETA RIV100106 In SW Riverside County - I-15/Los Alamos Rd. Bridge Replacement & Widening: Replacement of existing two lane overcrossing at Los Alamos Rd. and Interstate 15 with a four lane overcrossing (gap closure), bringing the bridge vertical clearance to Caltrans Standards. Cost Change and Schedule Delay SLPP formula funded project Palm Desert RIV071243 In the City of Palm Desert - Free right turn lane-WB Fred Waring Dr to NB Hwy 111: Reconfiguration of a free right turn lane at the intersection from West Bound Fred Waring Dr to north bound Hwy 111 ($61 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years Palm desert RIV071255 In the City of Palm Desert - Mid Valley Bike Path: Construct a 6.5 mile class 1 Bike Path along the northern city limits between S/O Washington St. and N/O Monterey Ave. Schedule Delay Palm Desert RIV031208 At 1-10/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 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PrA Page 3 of 36 RCTG 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 October 2012 r 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 1-10, 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 I-10 IC ramps to meet the new street grade (SAFETEA CA438, #1261+ HR4818+HR3058) (EA:33471) Cost Increase per latest TCIF baseline agreement &minor schedule advance. Riverside County RIV011233 At I-15/Limonite Ave IC - Widen IC 4 to 6 Lns, widen NB and SB exit ramps 1 to 2 Ins, add 2 lane loop ramps in the NB and SB directions & widen Limonite Ave from Hamner to Wineville 4 to 6 Lns (approx 1 mi) (EA: 0E1050K). New project in the 2013 FTIP quadrennial years &Reprogramming of funds Riverside Transit Agency RIV091211 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - VEHICLE REPLACEMENT: PURCHASE FIFTY (50) REPLACEMENT HEAVY DUTY CNG REVENUE VEHICLE ROLLING STOCK (FEDERAL APPROPRIATION THROUGH HR 3288, FFY 2009/2010 - FTA 5309). Description Change -FTIP project converted to Lump Sum Listing per 2011 FTIP Guidelines, Grouped Project Listing Category 58 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120819 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA- REVENUE VEHICLES FOR CONTRACTED OPERATIONS: PURCHASE OF SEVEN (7) MID -SIZE VEHICLES, REPLACING TYPE II VEHICLES THAT HAVE REACHED THEIR SERVICE LIFE PER FTA GUIDELINES. REPLACEMENT VEHICLES WILL BE USED FOR CONTRACT OPERATED FIXED ROUTE SERVICE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV- SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency -Project No. FY13-2 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120822 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED COST OF TIRE LEASE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA:RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-5 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120825 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - INFORMATION SYSTEMS: PURCHASE OF COMPUTERS AND SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR FIXED ROUTE VEHICLES, HEMET TRAINING ROOM EQUIPMENT, AND RIVERSIDE CONFERENCE ROOM MONITORS - NON ITS COMPONENTS (FTA 5307 - FY13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-8 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 4 of 36 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 October 2012 RCM "'..,—' 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 SRT? for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-4 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120823 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS: PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS FOR BUS STOP SYSTEM SUCH AS INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS AND BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGNAGE, AND LIGHTING TO ENHANCE SECURITY AND SAFETY OF THE RIDING PUBLIC (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-6 Riverside Transit Agency RIV120824 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: PURCHASE OF MISCELLANEOUS MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE (E.G., VEHICLE JACKS, WHEELCHAIRS FOR OPERATOR TRAINING, POINJAR, AIR COMPRESSORS/GENERATORS, AND FLOOR SCRUBBERS) (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for Riverside Transit Agency - Project No. FY13-7 SAN JACINTO RIV111129 In San Jacinto — Ramona Exp Widening PH 1: Ramona Exp. Widening of 2 and 4 lanes to 6 lanes regional arterial (3 in each direction) between Sanderson & Eagle Rd., including left -turn or landscape median, drainage improvement, relocation of traffic signal poles and installation of curb and gutter. Exist configuration varies from 2 and 4 lanes - widening will be from 2 to 6 and 4 to 6 Lanes. Cost Increase based on the latest engineer's estimate &minor schedule advance SunLine Transit Agency RIV110407 In the Coachella Valley for SunLine Transit Agency - Job Access & Reverse Commute and New Freedom Project: Express Service to the Pass area with service to Banning and Beaumont, connecting Coachella Valley commuters to Western Riverside County (FTA 5316 and FTA 5317, FYs 09 and 10). project description change to include additional stops in Cabazon, Moreno Valle and Riverside; Conformity Category changed from y' g 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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 5 of 36 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 October 2012 RCTC u' R. Riven* (dory Tnrpdrbnen Commor 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 1 B SECURITY FUNDED PROJECT). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency - Project No. SL 13-04. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120810 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVE THE THOUSAND PALMS AND INDIO FACILITIES, INCLUDING ROOF REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT, NEW CARPETING AND BLINDS, AND REPAIR OF PARKING FACILITIES FOR STAFF USE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency - Project No. SL 13-05. SunLine Transit Agency RIV120811 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FURNITURE REPLACEMENT: PURCHASE OF OFFICE FURNITURE TO REPLACE AND ADD FURNITURE REACHES THE END OF ITS CYCLE LIFE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). New project from the 2012/2013 SRTP for SunLine Transit Agency _Project No. SL 13-06. 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 Trans',: 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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 6 of 36 CD 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 u ,,r,m,otoftnc 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 March 11, 2014 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 7 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 `sm. — , November 2012 Irvrriait ,,.,o, .,.o ,, 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! 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. 00L0043) with a six lane (3 Ins in ea dir), for approximately 350 ft. (from Varner Rd. to 350' S/O Varner Rd). 9 of funding Reprogramming 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 10l29/2012. 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. 00L0056), including 6 ft sidewalk on each side of the bridge. Reprog-amm ng of Ery:neering funding years per HBP funding update cf 10/29.'2 , .2. 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 ::pdate. 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 Lassefle St to Nason St. Other improvements include the installation of a dedicated right turn lane, a 2-way left turn lane, bus turn -outs, landscaping & sidewalks. Technical Change to Correct RTP ID, per approved 2012 RTP Palm Springs RIV110124 In the Coachella Valley in the city of Palm Springs - Ramon Rd. Widening between San Luis Rey Dr & Landau Blvd: Widening of Ramon Rd. from a 4-Ln arterial to a 6-Ln arterial (3-Lns in ea dir) between San Luis Rey Dr & Landau Blvd., including the widening/replacement of the Whitewater River Bridge (Bridge No. 56CO287), including seismic retrofit and scour countermeasures as necessary. Reprogramming of HBP per 10/29/2012 update. Palm Springs RIV990727 In Palm Springs: Widen Indian Canyon Dr from 2 to 6 lanes (3 in each direction), from UPRR overcrossing to Garnet Ave (HBRR#:56C0025). Cost decrease per HBP funding update of 10/29/2012 Palm Springs RIV090405 In the City of Palm Springs: Replace existing 4-lane low water crossir.g cl Vista Chino at Whitewater River with a new 4-lane bridge - bridge No. 00L0052. Reprogramming of HBP per 10/29/2012 update & Technical change, correcting RTP ID to be consistent with the 2012 RTP. 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 8 of 36 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 I , _ 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 RC ; C 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/I-15: SR91 - Cons 1 MF Ln (SR71-115)/1 Aux Ln var Iocs (SR241-Pierce) (OC PM 14.43- stem (2/3/4 Lns main-115 15-meeting ) Y )' pr Ln ( 1891 , CD S 1 toll Ex (tel) ( )' & convert HOV to Tel ea dir 0C-115 1- 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 /addition of Prop 1 B SLPP Formula Funds per CTC of Dec. 5-6, 2012. RC TC RIV110122 On 1-215 in SW Riverside County from Murrieta Hot Springs Rd to 1-215/1-15 Junction, construct a third mixed flow lane southbound (widens 1-215/1-15 connector from 2 to 3 lanes). Technical Change to correctly include the PM miles before and after construction for signage and restriping through consultation with Caltrans. New PM pos miles are based on the agreed project construction foot print with Caltrans. RCTC RIV090902 On Interstate 215, from Blaine St SB off -ramp to 0.3 miles south of Martin Luther King Blvd Undercrossing(PM 40.2 to PM 42.5), extend the existing SB lane # 4 (lane drop) to 0.3 miles south of Martin Luther King Blvd undercrossing (EA ON890) ($230 toll credits used to match STPL in cons) Schedule Advance per current bid advertisement Riverside County RIV071259 In Eastern Coachella Valley - Mecca Community Roundabout: Construct a roundabout entry to the unincorporated Mecca Comm. On Hammond Rd & 4th St btwn 5th & 3rd Streets, consisting of a single In. traffic circle w/one bypass RT Ln for the SE traffic; mountable median aprons; landscaped center; S/W & Ped. X-ing; landscape buffer; realignment of Hammond Rd.; and an entry monument. Technical Change to Correct RTP ID, per approved 2012 RTP Riverside County RIV071285 In the Southeast Coachella Valley in Eastern Riverside County, just south of the City of Coachella on Ave. 56 (Airport Blvd) - from Polk St to the west to Orange St. to the east of the R/R X-ing: Replace existing 2 Ln (1 Ln in ea dir) at grade R/R X-ing with a 2 Ln OC (1 Ln in ea dir - non -capacity) across the UPRR tracks. Cost increase and schedule delay 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 9 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 `�-- e..,.:i.0.-1-.pm.Gi ...ear November 2012 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 H3P per 10/29l2012 update. Riverside County RIV100105 In Western Riverside County - I-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 :o Correct RTP IC, per approved 2012 RTP Number of Projects 23 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of March 11, 2014 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 10 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 3 Elm .... Irvende Cwery koaportnan Cametior January 2013 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 W 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 Iocs (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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 11 of 36 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 3 January 2013 RCTC Ems `.... — I�cogonn� c 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 NO.56C0020). 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 NO.56C0446). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years -per 10/29/2012 HBP update Temecula 991206 BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD EXTENSIONS: EXTEND MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD (4 LNS) FROM BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD TO SERAPHINA RD; BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD (4 LNS) FROM RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD TO MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD; & NICHOLAS RD (4 LNS) FROM BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. TO CALLE GIRASOL New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years -Cost increase Temecula RIV031215 Frech Valley Pkwy IC/Arterial Phases: Construct 6 Ln IC (Jefferson to Ynez) &ramps, NB/SB aux In, CD Lns (3 Ins NB&SB) & modify Winchester Rd IC (1-215 PM: 8.43-9.75) (EA:43270). Cost increase per latest engineer's estimate Temecula 991202 French Valley Pkwy (FVP) Phase!: Design & Construct FVP 2 through lanes arterial westbound from 1-15 to Jefferson Ave, construct FVP SB exit ramp (1 lane), SB aux lane (from FVP IC to Winchester Rd IC) & widen Winchester Rd IC SB exit ramp (1 to 3 Ins) (EA: 43270). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years and cost decrease based on latest estimate Various Agencies RIV050201 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BRIDGE REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION - HBP PROGRAM; PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 CATEGORIES -WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). TC UTILIZATION: $649 IN 11/12 FOR CONS; $190 IN 12/13 FOR PE; $18 IN 15/16 FOR RNV; $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 Original 14 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM As of March 11, 2014 Page 12 of 36 2013 FTIP - RTP Consistency Amendment No. 1/Amendment No. 4 January 2013 RCTC UM Mew o..,d c.., t..cuwror cor..war 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 March 11, 2014 Original 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 13 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 5 low....... Intnek Covinv Tialepanooff Commoor 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 Ca trays 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: 00180). 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. Ca.trans 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 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 I 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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 14 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 5 `i...,-- 16:ende00,,,T,....0 , February 2013 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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM As of March 11, 2014 Page 15 of 36 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 6 March 2013 FHWA approval: Apr. 18. 2013 RCTC WM Minot t_ Monde Coveyuwnrmmnn <omrasor 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 I-215/LOS ALAMOS ROAD INTERCHANGE (SAFETEA-LU 2005 SEC. 1702. HPP #3140). New Project in the 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Yeats. 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 1-215 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 RAN 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/0 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. 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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 I-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 RAN 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 March 11, 2014 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 18 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 9 inn ..... --- t�.de town Lnmponancr Co- tor 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/W) 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 RM/. 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 Yea <. 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 1N 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 9 Y 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 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 19 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 9 inii ...... May 2013 PCovee.saComma 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 2 AND 3 )(FY 11 & 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 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of March 11, 2014 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 20 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 10 `.... 1,..k4,.. Uw,,....to...- 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 NO.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) BETWEEN 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 WTUMF 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 March 11, 2014 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 21 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 11 am .... — R (.,, uo,,,,,un,,, Comm or 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 2&3 - 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 (UZATEM-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 f orn approved 2013/2014 SRTP. 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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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 24 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 immi .... September 2013 Rnc,� FHWA approval: Nov. 5, 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 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 25 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 BIM imm. September 2013 cwmtc FHWA approval: Nov. 5, 2013 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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 26 of 36 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 September 2013 RCTC mum 11... --- - tmmLeSw . r c ..:. - ..- FHWA approval: Nov. 5, 2013 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 (L.ZA 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 8 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 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 27 of 36 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 September 2013 FHWA approval: Nov. 5, 2013 RCM NM Mom u,«,ie Cww fronspo(armor Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Number of Projects 28 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of March 11, 2014 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 28 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 14 ma ..... --- October 2013 Irvin&(wry irwepnrwnon Gomm w SCAG approval: Oct. 23, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason CALTRANS RIVLS01 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP COLLISSION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - R/R /HWY CROSSINGS, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS. Cost increase to add EA IC740 IN FY 15/16. Grouped Project Listing SI #2. 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 9/11/2013 Commissior Action Grouped Project Listing SI # 17(d) Number of Projects 2 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of March 11, 2014 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM Page 29 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 15 `...... — October 2013 ` Covey roc ommoor FHWA approval: Dec. 18, 2013 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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 increase funding for 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 Ea: IE270 in FY 13/14. Grouped Project Listing SI #4. CVAG RIV131005 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: CONSTRUCT NEW 52 MILE BICYCLE, PEDESTRIAN AND LOW SPEED ELECTRICAL VEHICLE PATH FROM CITY OF PALM SPRINGS TO CITY OF COACHELLA (PA&ED ONLY). New project in quadrennial years in FTIP. Agency funding includes grant from Strategic Growth Council and Planning Grant from Ca!trans 2012 RTP ID: 3NL04 INDIO RIV151001 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF INDIO - RECONSTRUCT AND IMPROVE HIGHWAY 111 FROM 760 FT WEST OF MADISON ST TO RUBIDOUX ST INCLUDING UPDATING ALL TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND UPDATE ALL SIDEWALKS, RAMPS AND DRIVEWAYS TO CURRENT ADA STANDARDS. WIDEN OF HIGHWAY 111 FROM 4 LANES (2 IN EACH DIR) TO 6 LANES (3 IN EACH DIR). New project in quadrennial years in FTIP. 2012 RTP ID: 3A07031 ?ERRIS RIV131006 IN THE CITY OF PERRIS - 1-215 AT NUEVO RD IC IMP.: WIDENING OF NB AND SB OFF RAMPS FROM 2 TO 3 LNS, ADD. OF WB RT TURN LN ONTO THE NB 1-215 ON RAMP (WID. FROM 2 TO 3 LANES, 2 EXIST. THRU LNS + 1 NEW RT TURN LN), AND ADDITION OF WB LEFT TURN LN ONTO SB I-215 ON RAMP (WID. FROM 3 TO 4 LNS - 2 THRU EXIST LNS, 1 LEFT TURN LN + 1 NEW LEFT TURN LANE) & SW INSTALL E/O OC. 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Cost Increase from $4,886 to $5,404 per commission action Grouped Project Listing SI # 17(d) RCTC RIV120101 RCTC COMMUTER RAIL SYSTEMATIC IMP. OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT: REHAB OF RCTC'S COMM. RAIL IN COORDINATION W/METROLINK, INCLUDING REHAB OF TRACK, SIGNALS, COMMUNICATION, MECHANICAL & LAYOVER FACILITIES, ROLLING STOCK (LOCOMOTIVES/PASSENGER RAIL CARS), DEV. OF PTC IN SO. CA., AND IMPROVEMENTS, EXPANSION, AND REHAB OF METROLINK STATION PARKING AND FACILITIES ($2,073.40 TC FOR 20% MATCH IN FY 13/14) New project in 2013 FTIP. RCTC RIV520111 REGIONAL RIDESHARE - CONTINUING PROGRAM ($309.69 IN TOLL CREDITS UTILIZED TO MATCH CMAQ IN CONS). Reprogramming of Con Funds from FY13/14 to FY 12/13 due to programming capacity issues 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 Funds per HBP Update on 11/15/2013 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 NO.5600020). Reprogramming of Funds per HBP Update on 11/15/2013 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 NO.56C0446). Reprogramming of Funds per HBP Update o- 1 .. _ 2 Riverside County RIV050534 AT I-215/NEWPORT RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN FROM 4 TO 6 THROUGH LANES BETWEEN HAUN RD AND ANTELOPE RD, RELOCATE NB AND SB EXIT RAMPS (3 LANES), RECONFIGURE NB & SB ENTRY RAMPS TO INCLUDE HOV LANE, ADD NEW NB AND SB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (2 LANES), INCLUDE EXTENDED RAMP ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES, ADD EXTENDED DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES (EA: 0J440). Cost decrease based on current engineer's estimate. STPL funds added to project, per /multi -funding call for projects scoring. Completion date change from 2015 to 2016 - model year remains 2018. STPL obligation will utilize EPSP to obligate funding in FY 2013/14. Riverside Transit Agency RIV120827 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR FY 12-13 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB, TEM/MURR/MEN). Reprogramming of Con Funds from FY 2012/2013 to FY 2013/2014 per agency and SCAG's request. TEMECULA RIV62029 AT HWY 79 SO AND LA PAZ ST: ACQUIRE LAND, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT PARK -AND -RIDE LOT - 157 SPACES. Reprogramming of funds to add CMAQ and reduce CITY Funds due to RCTC's 2013 Call for projects. Technical change to change SR-79 from State Highway to Local Highway due to relinquishment of SR-79 to city of Temecula per CTC action on January 19-20, 2005. Number of Projects 19 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 3/11 /2014 - 1:10 PM As of March 11, 2014 Page 32 of 36 RCTC 2013 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 17 `No. e February 2014 cownu� c Agency Project ID Title Update Reason 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 AND UPGRADE EXISTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SHOULDER IN THE WB DIRECTION TO STANDARD WIDTHS (10-FT INSIDE SHOULDER AND 10-FT OUTSIDE SHOULDER) (EA: ON69U). Cost Increase per latest engineer's estimate and incorporation of new funding sources; and minor change to project description to clarify the shoulder improvements, distance from Jack Rabbit Tr based on preliminary design. Due to funding capacity issues, CMAQ funds are programmed for construction in FY 2016/17 but obligation of funds will be in FY 2015/16 utilizing the EPSP in place. CALTRANS RIVLS01 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP COLLISSION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - R/R /HWY CROSSINGS, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS. Cost increase to add EA 1 E100 IN FY 15/16. Grouped Project Listing SI #2. Coachella RIV151217 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF COACHELLA - WIDENING OF AVENUE 48 FROM 2 TO 6 LANES (1 LN EA DIR TO 3 LNS EA DIR) FROM JACKSON RD TO VAN BUREN ST INCLUDING TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATIONS, STREET LIGHTING, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDING SIDEWALK AND BICYCLE LANES AND LANDSCAPING New project in 2013 FTIP from RCTC's 2013 Multi -funding Call for Projects. RTP ID: 3A07057 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 increase per engineers estimate CVAG RIV131005 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: CONSTRUCT NEW 52 MILE BICYCLE, PEDESTRIAN AND LOW SPEED ELECTRICAL VEHICLE PATH FROM CITY OF PALM SPRINGS TO CITY OF COACHELLA (PA&ED ONLY). Scope change to include all phases of work. Total project cost reduces from $80,000 to $65,041 to include Phase I work only. Agency Funds includes Strategic Growth Council and Planning grant from Ca!trans, local CVAG funds and Air Quality Funds from SCAQMD. Eastvale RIV151201 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF EASTVALE - TRAFFIC SYCHRONIZATION OF SIX TRAFFIC SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS ALONG HAMNER AVENUE FROM SCHLEISMAN ROAD TO EASTVALE GATEWAY New project in 2013 FTIP from RCTC's 2013 Multi -funding Call for Projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits consist of .043 kg/day. RTP ID: 7120006 Lake Elsinore RIV131127 IN LAKE ELSINORE - INTERSECTION WIDENING AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION - RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 AT GRAND AVE: WIDEN RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 FROM 3 TO 6 LANES AND GRAND AVENUE FROM 2 TO 4 LANES AND INSTALL TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE T- INTERSECTION OF RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 AT GRAND AVE. New Project - RTP ID 3AL204 and 2013 FTIP parent project RIV091007 Lake Elsinore RIV131127 IN LAKE ELSINORE - INTERSECTION WIDENING AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION - RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 AT GRAND AVE: WIDEN RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 FROM 3 TO 6 LANES AND GRAND AVENUE FROM 2 TO 4 LANES AND INSTALL TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE T- INTERSECTION OF RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 AT GRAND AVE. New Project added to the 2013 FTIP at the request of the City of Lake Elsinore. According to current schedule the PA&ED phase will start in Oct 2015 but the preliminary work on the project may start sooner. 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New project in 2013 FTIP Quadrennial Years RTP ID: 7120004 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) Cost increase based on latest engineer's estimate (incorporating current area construction values). Temecula RIV62029 AT HWY 79 SO AND LA PAZ ST: ACQUIRE LAND, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT PARK -AND -RIDE LOT - 157 SPACES. Description change to reflect total scope of work. Modeling based off of 157 parking spaces 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 increase and Reprogramming of Funds per HBP Update on 11/15/2013 Wildomar RIV151214 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF WILDOMAR - WIDENING OF GRAND AVE (CORYDON RD TO DAVID BROWN MIDDLE SCHOOL) TO INCLUDE A CLASS II BIKE LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A TOTAL OF 12,000 LF OF NEW BIKE LANES New project in 2013 FTIP from RCTC's 2013 Multi -funding Call for Projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits consist of .014 kg/day. RTP ID: 7120004 Wildomar RIV151213 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF WILDOMAR - WIDENING OF GRAND AVE (CLINTON KEITH RD TO DAVID BROWN MIDDLE SCHOOL) TO INCLUDE A CLASS II BIKE LANE AND MINIMAL WORK TO INCORPORATE CLASS II/III BIKE LANES ON CLINTON KEITH RD FROM GRAND AVE TO GEORGE AVE. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A TOTAL OF 7,300 LF OF NEW BIKE LANES New project in 2013 FTIP from RCTC's 2013 Multi -funding Call for Projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits consist of .026 kg/day. RTP ID: 7120004 Number of Projects 32 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of March 11, 2014 3/11/2014 - 1:10 PM Page 36 of 36 AGENDA ITEM 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 17, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: Draft Obligation Authority Delivery Plan - Fiscal Year 2013/14 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At the January 27, 2014 meeting, we requested the TAC's assistance in drafting the FFY 2013/14 Obligation Plan by updating your project schedules in FundTrack. A good majority of the local agencies responded. Thank You! The attached draft FFY 2013/14 obligation plan reflects your respective agency responses and is now our working document to obligate the federal funds programmed in FFY 2013/14. Due to programming capacity, some of the projects that received federal funds through the Multi -Funding Call for Projects were programmed in future years (years beyond the projected delivery), however, the federal funds can be obligated once the project is ready to list though the Expedited Project Selection Process, which is a tool in place to allow projects ready to be implemented to move forward prior to the funding programming year. RCTC has enough obligation authority to fund all the CMAQ projects listed in the draft plan. RCTC would have to secure a small obligation authority loan from another county to obligate all of the STPL projects listed in the plan for FY 2013/14. Please keep in mind that the sooner that you submit your complete packages for authorization to Caltrans Local Assistance, the better chances your project will be obligated this fiscal year. As of 2/27/2014 DRAFT FFY 2013/2014 OBLIGATION PLAN RCTC NM dads, tiwnde teumy 5001p0e001 Cow*lion Agency FTIP ID Project Location Project Scope/Description RFA Subm. To Caltrans D-8 CMAQ STP-L Funding Phase Project Phase FTIP FY 2013/14 Comments Palm Springs RIV071258 Traffic Management Ctr TMC 1/8/2014 $1,644,000 Con ROW Y Palm Springs RIV091205 Farrell Dr RT Ln @ Vista Chino Intersection Improvements 2/6/2014 $369,000 Con ROW Y Wildomar RIV130401 Clinton Keith Rd Slurry Seal Pavement Rehab 3/1/2014 $136,000 Con PA&ED Y Riverside County RIV130402 62nd Street Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 3/20/2014 $605,000 Con PA&ED Y Coachella RIV130402 Grapefruit Blvd. Pavement Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Pavement Rehab 4/15/2014 $215,000 Con PA&ED Y Riverside County RIV050534 I-215/Newport Blvd IC Project 4/15/2014 $14,625,000 Con ROW N May use EPSP Temecula RIV130401 Winchester Rd. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 4/15/2014 $646,000 Con PA&ED Y Eastva le RIV130401 Schleisman Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 4/30/2014 $199,000 Con PA&ED Y Riverside RIV130401 Indiana Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 4/30/2014 $1,810,000 Con PA&ED Y Riverside County 47520 I-10/Jefferson St IC IC Improvements 4/30/2014 $14,500,000 Con ROW Cert N May use EPSP Cathedral City RIV130402 East Palm Canyon Dr. Rehab Pavement Rehab 5/1/2014 $337,000 Con PA&ED Y Desert Hot Springs RIV130402 Hacienda Ave & Mission Lakes Blvd. Surface Rehab Pavement Rehab 5/1/2014 $182,000 Con PA&ED Y Riverside County RIV130401 Rancho California Rd. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 5/28/2014 $2,634,000 Con PA&ED Y Moreno Valley RIV080904 SR60/Theodore St IC PA&ED 5/29/2014 $964,600 Eng Pre PA&ED Y Palm Desert RIV071243 Free rt- Fred Waring/111 Reconfigure Right Turn 6/1/2014 $531,000 Con ROW Y Palm Springs RIV130402 Ramon Rd. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 6/1/2014 $396,000 Con PA&ED Y Moreno Valley RIV151204 Various Locations Aqueduct Trail Missing Segments 6/30/2014 $340,000 Eng Pre PA&ED N In Amendment #17 May use EPSP Riverside RIV131202 Adams St at 91 IC PA&ED 6/30/2014 $935,000 Eng PA&ED N In Amendment #17 May use EPSP Riverside RIV151206 SR 91 Lime to Mulberry Pedestrian Bridge 6/30/2014 $638,000 Eng Pre PA&ED N In Amendment #17 May use EPSP Beaumont RIV050535 SR60/Potrero Blvd. Interchange Ph. I IC Project 7/1/2014 $8,929,000 Con ROW Y La Quinta RIV130402 Washington St. Improvements Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 $250,000 Con PA&ED Y Lake Elsinore RIV130401 Gunnerson St. Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 $286,000 Con PA&ED Y Murrieta RIV130401 Jefferson Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 $593,000 Con PA&ED Y Rancho Mirage RIV110130 Monterey Ave. SB Widening - Dinah Shore to Widening Road and Improvements 7/1/2014 850,000 Con PA&ED Y neving some issues on Environmental with Caltrans HQ. If resolved soon, RFA for construction will be submitted by beginning to July to make FY 13/14 RTA RIV151211 Magnolia and University Ave's Limited Stop Service 7/1/2014 $9,212,000 Con PA&ED N Amendment 17, date for transferred to FTA - EPSP RTA RIV151212 Various locations ITS Fleet service management system 7/1/2014 $4,125,000 Con PA&ED N Amendment 17, date for transferred to FTA - EPSP Temecula RIV62029 Park and Ride Facility Park and Ride Facility 7/1/2014 $1,301,000 Con PS&E Y May use EPSP Palm Desert RIV130402 Portola Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 7/3/2014 $336,000 Con PA&ED Y Pending Obligation Anticipated Obligations - FY 2013/14 Current OA Balance (as of 12/31/2013) OA Balance at 9/30/2014 $18,160,000 $50,982,842 $32,822,842 $49,428,000 $49.130,182 -$297,818 1 AGENDA ITEM 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 17, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director SUBJECT: 2014 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On December 11, 2013, staff submitted the Riverside County 2014 STIP - Regional Transportation Improvement Program to the California Transportation Commission. The submittal included two carryover state highway projects from the 2012 STIP, two new state highway project improvements, the B Canyon Wildlife Crossing, the CVLink, and funding increase for the Project Programming and Monitoring, fully programming Riverside County's apportionment of $69.7 M. The attached summary reflects the California Transportation Commission (CTC) staff recommendations for RCTC projects, totaling $66.6 M in new programming. The $3.1 M difference is the elimination of the TE reserve previously programmed for FY 16/17. The STIP adoption by the California Transportation Commission is scheduled for March 20, 2014 in the City of Santa Ana. Staff has requested SCAG to allow an early submittal of the next Administrative Modification (No. 18) on April 1, to incorporate the new funding from the 2014 STIP into the 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP). Attachments: 2014 STIP Staff Recommendations — Riverside County Share 2014 STIP STAFF RECOMMENDATION - COUNTY SHARE Does Not Include ITIP Interregional Share Funding (See Separate Listing) ($1,000's) Riverside _ Project Totals by Fiscal Year Project Totals by Component Agency Rte PPNo;Project Ext Del. ' Voted Total; Prior; 14-15I 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19 R/W Const E & P PS&E RAN Sup con sup STIP Projects at Fund Estimate (August 2013) 4 1, RCTC loc 77J 1Rt 91 Improvement (design-build)(08S-58)(ext 6-12) Jul-13 1Mar-13 2,000 2,000; 0; 0 0 0 0 0 2,000 0 0 0 0 RCTC 9803 Planning, programming, and monitoring ; May-13 664.. 664; 0 0 0 0 0 0 664 0 0 0 0 Caltrans 15 21K ;French Valley Parkway interchange 31,545;1 01 0; 31,545 0 0 0 0 14,245 0 0 0 17,300 Riverside Co. loc 53A iRt 10, Jefferson St I/C, widen OC (construction) 19,51011 01 01 19,510 0 0 0 0 19,510 0 0 0 0 RCTC 9803;Planning,programming, and monitoring_ 2,65511 664t 664` 664 663 0 0 0 2,655 0 0 0 0 RCTC rail 1114 Penis Valley Line, commuter rail extnsn (08S-35)(ext 6-11) Feb-13 Dec-12 52,978 i1 52,9781 01 0 0 0 0 0 52,978 0 0 0 0 RCTC res 1112 ITE reserve 4,70011 1,6001 011 0 3,100 0 0 0 4,700 0 0 0 0 II Total Programmed or Voted since July 1, 2012 114,05211 PROPOSED 2014 PROGRAMMING I 11 ` I I.i ] Highway Project Proposals: 1 " Riverside Co. loc 53A !Rt 10, Jefferson St I/C, widen OC (construction) -19,510 0 0-19,510 0 0 0 0 -19,510 0 0 0 0 Riverside Co. loc 53A IRt 10, Jefferson St 1/C, widen OC (constriction) 1 33,3101; 0; 33,310! 0 0 0 0 0 33,310 0 0 0 0 Caltrans 15 21K !French Valley Parkway interchange F -31,545:: 0 i 01-31,545 0 0 0 0 -14,245 0 0 0 -17,300 Caltrans 15 21K ;French Valley Parkway interchange 41,545;; 0; 0! 5,000 0 36,545 0 5,000 19,245 0 0 0 17,300 Caltrans 60 46J ;Truck Climbing/Descending Ln w/shoulders (SHOPP) NEW 32,1051i 01 7,550; 24,555 0 0 0 200 18,755 0 7,000 350 5,800 Caltrans 91 71E jB Canyon Wildlife Crossing Corridor NEW 1,48011 01 1,300; 180 0 0 0 80 0 100 1,200 100 0 RCTC loc 108T;Rt215Southbound Connector (SHOPP) I NEW 8,9751; 0 0; 0 10 8,965 0 10 8,965 0 0 0 0 RCTC 9803 ;Planning, programming, and monitoring -2,65511 -664I -664I -664 -663 0 0 0 -2,655 0 0 0 0 RCTC 9803 Planning, programming, and monitoring I 3,99111 664 664; 664 663 668 668 0 3,991 0 0 0 0 1 I II 1 ; ;Subtotal, Highway Projects 67,69611 01 42,1601-21,320 10 46,178 668 5,290 47,856 100 8,200 450 5,800 Bicycle and Pedestrian Project Proposals: }{ i CVAG loc 1019 ICV Link, Palm Springs -Coachella, multiuse path (Ph1) NEW 2,00011 01 0 0 0 2,000 0 0 2,000 0 0 0 0 RCTC res 1112 1TE reserve -4,70011-1,6001 0 0 -3,100 0 0 0 -4,700 0 0 0 0 RCTC res 1112 ;TE reserve 1,6001; 1,6001 01 0 0 0 0 0 1,600 0 0 0 0 I !,Subtotal Bike & Ped Projects II 1 -1,10011 0: 0; 0 -3,100 2,000 0 0 -1,100 0 0 0 0 I Total Proposed 2014 STIP Programming 1 66,5960; 42,1601-21,320 -3,090 48,178 668 5,290 46,756 100 8,200 450 5,800 i :. Cal'rfomia Transportation Commission Page 56 of 101 2/28/2014 2014 STIP STAFF RECOMMENDATION - COUNTY SHARE Does Not Include ITIP Interregional Share Funding (See Separate Listing) ($1,000's) Riverside I Project Totals by Fiscal Year Project Totals by Component Agency Rte PPNO!Project Ext Del. I Voted Total; Prior; 1415 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19 R/W Const E&Fl PSBE RNVsup con sup , ] Notes: RTIP adopted 11/13/13 Balance of STIP County Share, Riverside Total County Share, June 30, 2013 Total Now Programmed or Voted Since July 1, 2012 Unprogrammed Share Balance Share Balance Advanced or Overdrawn 129,432 114,052 15,380 0 Proposed New Programming Target Maximum 66,596 69,696 98 571 Under (Over) Target 3100 California Transportation Commission Page 57 of 101 2/28/2014 AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 17, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: Active Transportation Program — First Cycle of ATP Funding and STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The California Transportation Commission will be approving the Active Transportation Program (ATP) Guidelines on March 20. The ATP Guidelines were developed by the California Transportation Commission staff with the participation of various workgroups throughout the state. The approval of the guidelines sets the stage for the Call for Projects, providing $359.1 M in funding at the statewide level and at the MPO level for non - infrastructure, infrastructure, Planning Programs, Safe -Route -to -Schools, and 25 percent set - aside for Disadvantaged Communities. The $359.1 M is an accumulation of three years of funding from MAP-21 (FY 13/14 — FY 15/16) for two years of programming (FY 2014/15 and FY 2015/16). The ATP goals include but are not limited to: • Increase the proportion of biking and walking trips. • Increase safety for non -motorized users. • Increase mobility for non -motorized users. • Advance the efforts of regional agencies to achieve greenhouse gas reduction goals. • Enhance public health, including reduction of childhood obesity through the use of programs including, but not limited to, projects eligible for Safe Routes to School Program funding. • Ensure disadvantaged communities fully share in program benefits (25% of funding available under the state and MPO administration is set aside for disadvantaged communities). • Provide a broad spectrum of projects to benefit many types of active transportation users. The Guidelines include sequential project selection process, meaning projects that are not ranked high enough in the statewide competition would have a second opportunity for funding through the large Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) share. For our region, the Southern California Association of Governments which is the designated MPO for Southern California will allow the Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (RTPAs), such as RCTC to review the applications submitted to the state from Riverside County, adding 10 points for projects that are consistent with bicycle and pedestrian plans adopted by local and regional governments within the county where the project is located. RCTC's share of SCAG's regional $75 M funding is $1.758 Million per year based on geographic equity. SCAG has provided the 2014 ATP CEO Agreement for Selecting Regional Program. The agreement is attached for your information and details the goals of the ATP, Project Selection delegated to Caltrans, SCAG's Role in Project Selection at the MPO level, Planning Category, and Recommended Regional Program of Projects. The following are the major milestones for the implementation of the ATP projects: Call for Projects Project Applications to Caltrans Large MPOs submit optional guidelines to Caltrans CTC approves or rejects MPO guidelines Staff Recommendations for statewide and rural/small urban ATP CTC adopts statewide and rural/small urban ATP Projects not programmed distributed to large MPOs based on Location MPO project programming recommendations to the CTC CTC adopts MPO selected projects March 21, 2014 May 21, 2014 May 21, 2014 June 25, 2014 Aug. 8, 2014 Aug. 20, 2014 Aug. 20, 2014 Sep. 30, 2014 Nov. 2014 The application can be downloaded from SCAG's website http://www.scag.ca.gov/programs/Pages/AT.aspx?opentab=7. The website provides valuable information to the TAC that may enable you to submit a good application for the first cycle of the Active Transportation Program under the California Transportation Commission. The link has a good overview of the program and funding availability, useful tips for grant writing, and weblinks sources to obtain statistical data to complete some of the required questions. Additionally, Caltrans District 8 will be holding Active Transportation Program Training on April 16 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., at Caltrans District 8 in San Bernardino. Attachments: 2014 ATP — CEO Agreement for Selecting Regional Program ATP Guidelines ATP Application 2014 Active Transportation Program CEO Agreement for Selecting Regional Program The intent of this document is to successfully implement MAP 21 and SB 99 active transportation related programs and funding related to such program. The below outlines the roles, responsibilities and processes for selecting projects to receive funding from the region's dedicated share of the 2014 California Active Transportation Program (ATP). The region's share is approximately $25 million/year, which includes 100% of SCAG's federal Transportation Alternative Program apportionments plus approximately $11 million/year from other federal and state funding programs that were consolidated by SB 99 into the ATP. This agreement only relates to the 2014 California Active Transportation Program, which includes three years of funding FY'13-'14, FY'14-'15, and FY'15-'16. The agreement could be revisited and modified for future rounds of funding. Background • The goals of the ATP program are to: o Increase the proportion of trips accomplished by biking and walking o Increase the safety and mobility of non -motorized users o Advance the active transportation efforts of regional agencies to achieve greenhouse gas reductions goals as established pursuant to SB 375 o Enhance public health, including reduction of childhood obesity through the use of programs including, but not limited to, projects eligible for Safe Routes to School Program funding. o Ensure that disadvantaged communities fully share in the benefits of the program o Provide a broad spectrum of projects to benefit many types of active transportation users. • The Active Transportation Program Guidelines describe the policy, standards, criteria and procedures for the development adoption and management of the Active Transportation Program. • Per the requirements of SB 99 and Map-21, 40% of the funds for the ATP program must be distributed by MPOs in urban areas with populations greater than 200,000, with funds distributed to each MPO based on total MPO population. • The funds distributed by the MPOs must be programmed and allocated to projects selected through a competitive process in accordance with the ATP Guidelines. • Per SB 99 and the guidelines, the following requirements apply specifically to SCAG: o SCAG must consult with the county transportation commission, the Commission, and Caltrans in the development of competitive project selection criteria. The criteria should include consideration of geographic equity, consistent with program objectives o SCAG must place priority on projects that are consistent with plans adopted by local and regional governments within the county where the project is located. o SCAG must obtain concurrence from the county transportation commissions. • A MPO choosing to use the same project selection criteria and weighting, minimum project size, match requirement, and definition of disadvantaged communities as used by the California 1 Transportation Commission (CTC) for the statewide competition may defer it project selection to the CTC. • 25% of the regional funds must benefit disadvantaged communities. • A large MPO may make up to 5% of its funding available for active transportation plans in disadvantaged communities. • Non -infrastructure projects are eligible for funding; however, there is not a specific set -aside or cap for this purpose. Non -infrastructure funding is available for start-up or pilot projects that support education, encouragement, and enforcement activities —not ongoing efforts. Project Selection -In order to expedite the administrative approval process and accelerate project implementation, SCAG intends to defer project selection to the California Transportation Commission and forgo its option to issue a supplemental regional call for projects. This means that the projects will be scored and ranked by Ca!trans. An evaluation committee will not be required at the county or regional level within the SCAG region to separately score projects. • Once projects have been scored and ranked by the California Transportation Commission for the regional program, SCAG and the county transportation commissions will review and, if necessary, recommend modifications to the regional program to ensure specific statutory requirements can be met in a manner that is consistent with the intent of the law and program guidelines. • Regional Funding Categories o Two funding categories will be established for the regional program to support the review and refinement of the regional program by SCAG and the County Transportation Commissions. These categories will include: 1.) Planning and 2.) Implementation. Planning Projects may include the development of active transportation plans in disadvantaged communities as well as the implementation of non -infrastructure projects (ex. education, enforcement activities). Implementation Projects may include the planning, design, and construction of facilities and/or non -infrastructure projects (ex. education, enforcement activities). o No less than 95% of the total regional funds will be dedicated to funding Implementation Projects. o Up to 5% of the total regional funds will be dedicated to funding Planning Projects, consistent with the intent of the ATP to fund a broad spectrum of projects and to ensure disadvantaged communities have resources to develop ATP plans, which will be an eligibility requirement for future funding cycles. Non -infrastructure projects may also be funded under this category. If the total request in the Planning Category is less than 5% of the total regional funds, or if applications in this category fail to meet minimum requirements, then the remaining funds will be allocated to implementation projects. • County Transportation Commission Role in Project Selection 2 o Prior to scoring by California Transportation Commission, SCAG will provide each county with a list of implementation project applications submitted within each county. o The county transportation commissions will review the implementation project lists and determine which projects "are consistent with plans adopted by local and regional governments within the county" per the requirements of SB 99. If a project is consistent, the county will assign up to 10 points to each project. "Plan" shall be defined by each county transportation commission. o If a county transportation commission assigns additional points (up to 10, as noted above) to a project for which they are the lead applicant, an explanation must be provided to SCAG on how the scoring process resulted in an unbiased evaluation of projects. o The Board of each respective county transportation commission will approve the scoring methodology/guidelines and point assignments, and submit the scores to SCAG for inclusion in the final ranking of regional projects. o The Board of each respective county transportation commission will adopt the final recommended project list as further described in the Recommended Regional Program of Projects section below. • SCAG's Role in Project Selection o Implementation Category ■ Following the release of the preliminary scores by California Transportation Commission, SCAG will develop for each county a ranked implementation project list reflecting the base score awarded by California Transportation Commission plus any additional point assignments (up to 10 pts as noted above) made by the respective county transportation commission. ■ The ranked list will include a preliminary funding mark, established by the county's population -based share of no less than 95% of the total regional funds. The projects from each county above the preliminary funding mark will constitute the preliminary regional project list. ■ SCAG will analyze the preliminary regional project list and calculate the total amount of funding to be awarded to disadvantaged communities for implementation projects across all of the counties. • If the total is more than 25%, SCAG will consider the preliminary regional project list as final and include it in the regional program. • If the total is less than 25%, SCAG will modify the preliminary regional project list to ensure the 25% mark is achieved, as follows: 3 o Across all counties, the highest scored disadvantaged communities' project that is below the funding mark will be added to the regional project list. This project will displace the lowest scoring project that is above the funding mark and does not benefit a disadvantaged community, regardless of the county. o This process will be repeated until the 25% target is met. o This process may lead to an outcome where a county receives less than its population -based share of the funding, but is necessary to ensure the disadvantaged communities' requirements for the regional program are met. o As noted in Recommended Regional Program of Projects section below, the CEOs, Caltrans and CTC will have the opportunity to make any final adjustments to the preliminary regional project list to address any inequities that may result from this process. o Planning Category ■ SCAG will create a ranked list of planning/non-infrastructure projects reflecting the California Transportation Commission's selection process and scores, and delineating those projects that are above and below the funding mark. ■ SCAG will quantify the percentage of funding dedicated to disadvantaged communities within the Planning Category and determine the amount of funding that needs to be dedicated to disadvantaged communities to ensure requirements are met. ■ SCAG will defer to the ranking of California Transportation Commission in the selection of the planning and non -infrastructure projects, except as follows: • SCAG may recommend projects be moved up on the list to meet disadvantaged communities requirements. • SCAG may recommend projects be moved up on the list to ensure there is geographic equity in projects recommended for funding in the Planning Category. • Recommended Regional Program of Projects o SCAG will combine the projects selected from the Planning and Implementation Categories to create a preliminary Regional Program of Projects. 4 o If there are any duplicates in the program resulting from the selection by both SCAG and a county of a non -infrastructure project, then SCAG will select an alternative project from the Planning Category. o The final recommended Regional Program of Projects will be reviewed by the CEOs, Caltrans and CTC staff to make any final adjustments and achieve consensus prior to submitting the program to Regional Council and county transportation commissions for approval and submission to the CTC. 5 Memorandum To: CHAIR AND COMMISSIONERS From: ANDRE BOUTROS Executive Director CTC Meeting: March 20, 2014 Reference No.: 4.12 Action Subject: ADOPTION OF THE 2014 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM GUIDELINES. RESOLUTION G-14-05 ISSUE: Senate Bill 99 (Chapter 359, Statutes of 2013) requires the Commission to adopt guidelines for the development of the Active Transportation Program by March 26, 2014. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Commission adopt the guidelines for the 2014 Active Transportation Program as proposed in Attachment 1. To ensure consistency with federal and state requirements, the guidelines recommended for adoption include four revisions made subsequent to the public hearings and submittal to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee °IBC). These revisions are summarized in Attachment 2. BACKGROUND: On September 26, 2013, the Governor signed legislation creating the Active Transportation Program (Senate Bill 99, Chapter 359 and Assembly Bill 101, Chapter 354). This legislation requires the Commission, in consultation with an Active Transportation Program Workgroup, to develop program guidelines. This statute also requires the Commission to submit draft guidelines to the JLBC no later than 45 days prior to adopting the initial set of final guidelines. The goals of the Active Transportation Program are to: • Increase the proportion of biking and walking trips. • Increase safety for nonmotorized users. • Increase mobility for nonmotorized users. • Advance the efforts of regional agencies to achieve greenhouse gas reduction goals. • Enhance public health, including the reduction of childhood obesity through the use of projects eligible for Safe Routes to Schools Program funding. • Ensure disadvantaged communities fully share in program benefits (25% of program). • Provide a broad spectrum of projects to benefit many types of active transportation users. STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CIIAIR AND COMMISSIONERS Reference No.: March 20, 2014 Page 2 of 2 4.12 The proposed guidelines, provided as Attachment 1, represent a general consensus of the workgroup. Staff facilitated fourteen workgroup sessions since October 2013 at various locations. Additionally, four subgroups were formed to further discuss specific areas of the guidelines. Each subgroup met separately twice and reported back to the larger workgroup. The Commission held two public hearings on the draft guidelines, one in Southern California on January 22, 2014 and one in Northern California on January 29, 2014. On February 3, 2014, the Commission submitted the guidelines to the JLBC. Attachments 1. Proposed 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines 2. Guideline Revisions Subsequent to Public Hearings and Joint Legislative Budget Committee Transmittal 3. CTC Resolution G-14-05 STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 2014 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM GUIDELINES 3/20/14 CONTENTS Introduction 1 Background 1 Program Goals 1 Program Schedule 1 Funding 2 Source 2 Distribution 2 Matching Requirements 3 Funding For Active Transportation Plans 4 Reimbursement 4 Eligibility 4 Eligible Applicants 4 Partnering with Implementing Agencies 5 Eligible Projects 5 Minimum Request for Funds 6 Example Projects 6 Project Type Requirements 7 Disadvantaged Communities 7 Safe Routes to School Projects 7 Recreational Trails Projects 8 Technical Assistance Resource Center 8 Project Selection Process 8 Project Application 8 Sequential Project Selection 9 MPO Competitive Project Selection 9 Screening Criteria 10 Scoring Criteria 10 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) i Project Evaluation Committee 11 Programming 12 Allocations 13 Project Delivery 13 Project Inactivity 14 Project Reporting 14 Roles and Responsibilities 15 California Transportation Commission (Commission) 15 California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) 15 Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) with large urbanized areas 16 Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (RTPAs) outside an MPO with Large Urbanized Areas and an MPO without Large Urbanized Areas 17 Project Applicant 17 Active Transportation Plan 17 Federal Requirements 19 Design Standards 19 Program Evaluation 20 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) ii INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND The Active Transportation Program was created by Senate Bill 99 (Chapter 359, Statutes of 2013) and Assembly Bill 101 (Chapter 354, Statutes of 2013) to encourage increased use of active modes of transportation, such as biking and walking. These guidelines describe the policy, standards, criteria, and procedures for the development, adoption and management of the Active Transportation Program. The guidelines were developed in consultation with the Active Transportation Program Workgroup. The workgroup includes representatives from Ca!trans, other government agencies, and active transportation stakeholder organizations with expertise in pedestrian and bicycle issues, including Safe Routes to School programs. The California Transportation Commission (Commission) must hold at least two public hearings prior to adopting the Active Transportation Program guidelines. The Commission may amend the adopted guidelines after conducting at least one public hearing. The Commission must make a reasonable effort to amend the guidelines prior to a call for projects or may extend the deadline for project submission in order to comply with the amended guidelines. PROGRAM GOALS Pursuant to statute, the goals of the Active Transportation Program are to: • Increase the proportion of trips accomplished by biking and walking. • Increase the safety and mobility of non -motorized users. • Advance the active transportation efforts of regional agencies to achieve greenhouse gas reduction goals as established pursuant to Senate Bill 375 (Chapter 728, Statutes of 2008) and Senate Bill 391 (Chapter 585, Statutes of 2009), • Enhance public health, including reduction of childhood obesity through the use of programs including, but not limited to, projects eligible for Safe Routes to School Program funding. • Ensure that disadvantaged communities fully share in the benefits of the program. • Provide a broad spectrum of projects to benefit many types of active transportation users. PROGRAM SCHEDULE The guidelines for an initial two-year program of projects must be adopted by March 26, 2014 (within six months of enactment of the authorizing legislation). No later than 45 days prior to adopting the initial set of guidelines for the Active Transportation Program, the Commission must submit the draft guidelines to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. Subsequent programs must be adopted not later than April 1 of each odd -numbered year, however, the Commission may alternatively elect to adopt a program annually. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 1 The following schedule lists the major milestones for the development and adoption of the 2014 Active Transportation Program: Commission adopts Fund Estimate Guidelines hearing, South Guidelines hearing, North Guidelines submitted to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee Commission adopts Active Transportation Program Guidelines Call for projects Project applications to Caltrans Large MPOs submit optional guidelines to Caltrans Commission approves or rejects MPO guidelines December 11, 2013 January 22, 2014 January 29, 2014 February 3, 2014 March 20, 2014 March 21, 2014 May 21, 2014 May 21, 2014 June 25, 2014 Staff recommendation for statewide and rural/small urban portions of the program August 8, 2014 Commission adopts statewide and rural/small urban portions of the program August 20, 2014 Projects not programmed distributed to large MPOs based on location August 20, 2014 Deadline for MPO project programming recommendations to the Commission September 30, 2014 Commission adopts MPO selected projects November 2014 FUNDING SOURCE The Active Transportation Program is funded from various federal and state funds appropriated in the annual Budget Act. These are: • 100% of the federal Transportation Alternative Program funds, except for federal Recreation Trail Program funds appropriated to the Department of Parks and Recreation. • $21 million of federal Highway Safety Improvement Program funds or other federal funds. • State Highway Account funds. In addition to furthering the goals of this program, all Active Transportation Program projects must meet eligibility requirements specific to at least one of the Active Transportation Program's funding sources. DISTRIBUTION State and federal law segregate the Active Transportation Program into multiple, overlapping components. The Active Transportation Program Fund Estimate must indicate the funds available for each of the program components. Consistent with these requirements, the Active Transportation Program funds must be distributed as follows: 1. Forty percent to Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) in urban areas with populations greater than 200,000. These funds must be distributed based on total MPO population. The funds programmed and allocated under this paragraph must be selected through a competitive process by the MPOs in accordance with these guidelines. Projects selected by MPOs may be in either large urban, small urban, or rural areas. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 2 A minimum of 25% of the funds distributed to each MPO must benefit disadvantaged communities. The following statutory requirements apply specifically to the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) • SCAG must consult with county transportation commissions, the Commission, and Caltrans in the development of competitive project selection criteria. • The criteria used by SCAG should include consideration of geographic equity, consistent with program objectives. • SCAG must place priority on projects that are consistent with plans adopted by local and regional governments within the county where the project is located. • SCAG must obtain concurrence from the county transportation commissions. 2. Ten percent to small urban and rural areas with populations of 200,000 or less, with projects competitively awarded by the Commission to projects in those regions. Federal law segregates the Transportation Alternative Program into separate small urban and rural competitions based upon their relative share of the state population. Small Urban areas are those with populations of 5,001 to 200,000. Rural areas are those with populations of 5,000 or less. A minimum of 25% of the funds in the Small Urban and Rural programs must benefit disadvantaged communities. Projects within the boundaries of an MPO with an urban area with a population of greater than 200,000 are not eligible for funding in the Small Urban or Rural programs. 3. Fifty percent to projects competitively awarded by the Commission on a statewide basis. A minimum of 25% of the funds in the statewide competitive program must benefit disadvantaged communities. In the initial program, a minimum of $24 million per year of the statewide competitive program is available for safe routes to schools projects, with at least $7.2 million for non -infrastructure grants, including funding for a state technical assistance resource center. MATCHING REQUIREMENTS Projects must include at least 11.47% in matching funds except for projects predominantly benefiting a disadvantaged community, stand-alone non -infrastructure projects and safe routes to schools projects. The source of the matching funds may be any combination of local, private, state or federal funds. Matching funds must be expended in the same project phase (permits and environmental studies; plans, specifications, and estimates; right-of-way capital outlay; support for right-of-way acquisition; construction capital outlay; and construction engineering) as the Active Transportation Program funding. Matching funds cannot be expended prior to the Commission allocation of Active Transportation Program funds. Matching funds must be expended concurrently and proportionally to the Active Transportation Program funds. Matching funds over and above the required 11.47% may be adjusted before or shortly after contract award to reflect any substantive change in the bid compared to the estimated cost of the project. Large MPOs, in administering a competitive selection process, may require a different funding match for projects selected through their competitive process. Applicants from within a large MPO should be aware that the match requirements may differ between the MPO and statewide competitive programs. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 3 FUNDING FOR ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PLANS Funding from the Active Transportation Program may be used to fund the development of bike, pedestrian, safe routes to schools, or active transportation plans in disadvantaged communities. The Commission intends to set aside up to 5% of the funds in the statewide competitive program and in the rural and small urban program for funding active transportation plans in communities predominantly disadvantaged. A large MPO, in administering its portion of the program, may make up to 5% of its funding available for active transportation plans in disadvantaged communities within the MPO boundaries. The first priority for the funding of active transportation plans will be for cities, counties, county transportation commissions, regional transportation planning agencies, MPOs, school districts, or transit districts that have neither a bicycle plan, a pedestrian plan, a safe routes to schools plan, nor an active transportation plan. The second priority for the funding of active transportation plans will be for cities, counties, county transportation commissions, regional transportation planning agencies, or MPOs that have a bicycle plan or a pedestrian plan but not both. REIMBURSEMENT The Active Transportation Program is a reimbursement program for costs incurred. Reimbursement is requested through the invoice process detailed in Chapter 5, Accounting/Invoices, Local Assistance Procedures Manual. Costs incurred prior to Commission allocation and, for federally funded projects, Federal Highway Administration project approval (i.e. Authorization to Proceed) are not eligible for reimbursement. ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS The applicant for Active Transportation Program funds assumes responsibility and accountability for the use and expenditure of program funds. Applicants must be able to comply with all the federal and state laws, regulations, policies and procedures required to enter into a Local Administering Agency -State Master Agreement (Master Agreement). Refer to Chapter 4, Agreements, of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual for guidance and procedures on Master Agreements. The following entities, within the State of California, are eligible to apply for Active Transportation Program funds: • Local, Regional or State Agencies- Examples include city, county, MPO*, and Regional Transportation Planning Agency. • Caltrans* • Transit Agencies - Any agency responsible for public transportation that is eligible for funds under the Federal Transit Administration. • Natural Resource or Public Land Agencies - Federal, Tribal, State, or local agency responsible for natural resources or public land administration Examples include: o State or local park or forest agencies o State or local fish and game or wildlife agencies o Department of the Interior Land Management Agencies o U.S. Forest Service 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 4 • Public schools or School districts. • Tribal Governments - Federally -recognized Native American Tribes. • Private nonprofit tax-exempt organizations may apply for recreational trails and trailheads, park projects that facilitate trail linkages or connectivity to nonmotorized corridors, and conversion of abandoned railroad corridors to trails. Projects must benefit the general public, and not only a private entity. • Any other entity with responsibility for oversight of transportation or recreational trails that the Commission determines to be eligible. For funding awarded to a tribal government, a fund transfer to the Bureau of Indian Affairs may be necessary. A tribal government may also partner with another eligible entity to apply if desired. Caltrans and MPOs, except for MPOs that are also regional transportation planning agencies, are not eligible project applicants for the federal Transportation Alternative Program funds appropriated to the Active Transportation Program. Therefore, funding awarded to projects submitted directly by Caltrans and MPOs are limited to other Active Transportation Program funds. Caltrans and MPOs may partner with an eligible entity to expand funding opportunities. PARTNERING WITH IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES Entities that are unable to apply for Active Transportation Program funds or that are unable to enter into a Master Agreement with the State must partner with an eligible applicant that can implement the project. Entities that are unfamiliar with the requirements to administer a Federal -Aid Highway Program project may partner with an eligible applicant that can implement the project. If another entity agrees to assume responsibility for the ongoing operations and maintenance of the facility, documentation of the agreement must be submitted with the project application, and a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding or Interagency Agreement between the parties must be submitted with the request for allocation. The implementing agency will be responsible and accountable for the use and expenditure of program funds. ELIGIBLE PROJECTS All projects must be selected through a competitive process and must meet one or more of the program goals. Because the majority of funds in the Active Transportation Program are federal funds, most projects must be federal -aid eligible: • Infrastructure Projects: Capital improvements that will further the goals of this program. This typically includes the planning, design, and construction of facilities. • Non -infrastructure Projects: Education, encouragement, enforcement, and planning activities that further the goals of this program. The Commission intends to focus funding for non -infrastructure projects on pilot and start-up projects that can demonstrate funding for ongoing efforts. The Active Transportation Program funds are not intended to fund ongoing program operations. Non - infrastructure projects are not limited to those benefiting school students. Infrastructure projects with non -infrastructure components. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 5 MINIMUM REQUEST FOR FUNDS In order to maximize the effectiveness of program funds and to encourage the aggregation of small projects into a comprehensive bundle of projects, the minimum request for Active Transportation Program funds that will be considered is $250,000. This minimum does not apply to non -infrastructure projects, Safe Routes to Schools projects, and Recreational Trails projects. MPOs, in administering a competitive selection process, may use a different minimum funding size. Use of a minimum project size greater than $500,000 must be approved by the Commission prior to an MPO's call for projects. EXAMPLE PROJECTS Below is a list of projects considered generally eligible for Active Transportation Program funding. This list is not intended to be comprehensive; other types of projects that are not on this list may also be eligible if they further the goals of the program. • Development of new bikeways and walkways that improve mobility, access, or safety for non - motorized users. • Improvements to existing bikeways and walkways, which improve mobility, access, or safety for non -motorized users. o Elimination of hazardous conditions on existing bikeways and walkways. o Preventative maintenance of bikeways and walkways with the primary goal of extending the service life of the facility. • Installation of traffic control devices to improve the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists. • Safe Routes to School projects that improve the safety of children walking and bicycling to school, in accordance with Section 1404 of Public Law 109-59. • Safe routes to transit projects, which will encourage transit by improving biking and walking routes to mass transportation facilities and school bus stops. • Secure bicycle parking at employment centers, park and ride lots, rail and transit stations, and ferry docks and landings for the benefit of the public. • Bicycle -carrying facilities on public transit, including rail and ferries. • Establishment or expansion of a bike share program. • Recreational trails and trailheads, park projects that facilitate trail linkages or connectivity to non - motorized corridors, and conversion of abandoned railroad corridors to trails. • Development of a bike, pedestrian, safe routes to schools, or active transportation plan in a disadvantaged community. • Education programs to increase bicycling and walking, and other non -infrastructure investments that demonstrate effectiveness in increasing active transportation, including but not limited to: o Development and implementation of bike -to -work or walk -to -work school day/month programs. o Conducting bicycle and/or pedestrian counts, walkability and/or bikeability assessments or audits, or pedestrian and/or bicycle safety analysis to inform plans and projects. o Conducting pedestrian and bicycle safety education programs. o Development and publishing of community walking and biking maps, including school route/travel plans. o Development and implementation of walking school bus or bike train programs. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 6 o Components of open streets events directly linked to the promotion of a new infrastructure project. o Targeted enforcement activities around high pedestrian and/or bicycle injury and/or fatality locations (intersections or corridors). These activities cannot be general traffic enforcement but must be tied to improving pedestrian and bicyclist safety. o School crossing guard training. o School bicycle clinics. o Development and implementation of programs and tools that maximize use of available and emerging technologies to implement the goals of the Active Transportation Program. PROJECT TYPE REQUIREMENTS As discussed in the Funding Distribution section (above), State and Federal law segregate the Active Transportation Program into multiple, overlapping components. Below is an explanation of the requirements specific to these components. DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES For a project to contribute toward the Disadvantaged Communities funding requirement, the project must clearly demonstrate a benefit to a community that meets any of the following criteria: • The median household income is less than 80% of the statewide median based on the most current census tract level data from the American Community Survey. Data is available at http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml • An area identified as among the most disadvantaged 10% in the state according to latest versions of the California Communities Environmental Health Screening Tool (CalEnviroScreen) scores. Scores are available at http://oehha.ca.gov/ej/ces11.html. • At least 75% of public school students in the project area are eligible to receive free or reduced - price meals under the National School Lunch Program. Data is available at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sd/sd/filessp.asp. Applicants using this measure must indicate how the project benefits the school students in the project area or, for projects not directly benefiting school students, explain why this measure is representative of the larger community. If a project applicant believes a project benefits a disadvantaged community but the project does not meet the aforementioned criteria, the applicant must submit for consideration a quantitative assessment of why the community should be considered disadvantaged. MPOs, in administering a competitive selection process, may use different criteria for determining which projects benefit Disadvantaged Communities if the criteria are approved by the Commission prior to an MPO's call for projects. 'SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROJECTS For a project to contribute toward the Safe Routes to School funding requirement, the project must directly increase safety and convenience for public school students to walk and/or bike to school. Safe Routes to Schools infrastructure projects must be located within two miles of a public school or within the vicinity of a public school bus stop. Other than traffic education and enforcement activities, non - infrastructure projects do not have a location restriction. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 7 I RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROJECTS For trail projects that are primarily recreational to be eligible for Active Transportation Program funding, the projects must meet the federal requirements of the Recreational Trails Program as such projects may not be eligible for funding from other sources (http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/recreational_trails/). Multi -purpose trails and paths that serve both recreational and transportation purposes are generally eligible in the Active Transportation Program, so long as they are consistent with one or more goals of the program. (TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE RESOURCE CENTER In 2009, the University of California, San Francisco was awarded federal Safe Routes to School funds to act as the Technical Assistance Resource Center for the purpose of building and supporting local regional Safe Routes School non -infrastructure projects. Typical center roles have included: • Providing technical assistance and training to help agencies deliver existing and future projects and to strengthen community involvement in future projects including those in disadvantaged communities. • Developing and providing educational materials to local communities by developing a community awareness kit, creating an enhanced Safe Routes to Schools website, and providing other educational tools and resources. • Participating in and assisting with the Safe Routes to Schools Advisory Committee. • Assisting with program evaluation. The Commission intends to comply with the statutory requirement to fund a state technical assistance center by expanding the existing Safe Routes to Schools Technical Assistance Resource Center interagency agreement to serve all Active Transportation Program non -infrastructure projects. PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS PROJECT APPLICATION Active Transportation Program project applications will be available at: www.dot.ca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/atp/index.html. A project application must include the signature of the Chief Executive Officer or other officer authorized by the applicant's governing board. Where the project is to be implemented by an agency other than the applicant, documentation of the agreement between the project applicant and implementing agency must be submitted with the project application. A project application must also include documentation of all other funds committed to the projects. Project applications should be addressed or delivered to: Caltrans Division of Local Assistance, MS-1 Attention: Chief, Office of Active Transportation and Special Programs P.O. Box 942874 Sacramento, CA 95814 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 8 Except for applications submitted through an optional MPO supplemental call for project, the Commission will consider only projects for which five hard copies and one electronic copy (via cd or portable hard drive) of a complete application are received by May 21, 2014. By the same date, an additional copy must also be sent to the Regional Transportation Planning Agency or County Transportation Commission within which the project is located and to the MPO (a contact list can be found at www.dot.ca.gov/hq/tpp/offices/orip/). SEQUENTIAL PROJECT SELECTION All project applications, except for applications submitted through an optional MPO supplemental call for projects, must be submitted to Caltrans for consideration in the statewide competition. The Commission will consider approval of a competitive grant only when it finds that the grant request meets the requirements of statute and that the project has a commitment of any supplementary funding needed for a full funding plan. Projects not selected for programming in the statewide competition must be considered in the large MPO run competitions or the state run Small Urban or Rural competitions. A large urban MPO may elect to have a supplemental MPO specific call for projects. The projects received in this call must be considered along with those not selected through the statewide competition. MPO COMPETITIVE PROJECT SELECTION As stated above, projects not selected for programming in the statewide competition must be considered by the MPOs in administering a competitive selection process. An MPO choosing to use the same project selection criteria and weighting, minimum project size, match requirement, and definition of disadvantage communities as used by the Commission for the statewide competition may defer its project selection to the Commission. An MPO deferring its project selection to the Commission may not conduct a supplemental call for projects, An MPO, with Commission approval, may use a different project selection criteria or weighting, minimum project size, match requirement, or definition of disadvantage communities for its competitive selection process. Use of a minimum project size of $500,000 or less, or of a different match requirement than in the statewide competitive program does not require prior Commission approval. An MPO may also elect to have a supplemental MPO specific call for projects. The projects received in this call must be considered along with those not selected through the statewide competition. In administering a competitive selection process, an MPO must use a multidisciplinary advisory group to assist in evaluating project applications. Following its competitive selection process, an MPO must submit its programming recommendations to the Commission along with a list of the members of its multidisciplinary advisory group. If the MPO submitted a project application and that project is recommended for programming, the MPO must explain how its evaluation process resulted in an unbiased evaluation of projects. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 9 SCREENING CRITERIA Demonstrated needs of the applicant; A project that is already fully funded will not be considered for funding in the Active Transportation Program. The Commission will make an exception to this policy by allowing the supplanting of federal funds on a project for the 2014 Active Transportation Program. Consistency with a regional transportation plan: All projects submitted must be consistent with the relevant adopted regional transportation plan that has been developed and updated pursuant to Government Code Section 65080. SCORING CRITERIA Proposed projects will be rated and ranked on the basis of applicant responses to the below criteria. Project programming recommendations may not be based strictly on the rating criteria given the various components of the Active Transportation Program and requirements of the various fund sources. • Potential for increased walking and bicycling, especially among students, including the identification of walking and bicycling routes to and from schools, transit facilities, community centers, employment centers, and other destinations; and including increasing and improving connectivity and mobility of non -motorized users. (0 to 30 points) • Potential for reducing the number and/or rate of pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities and injuries, including the identification of safety hazards for pedestrians and bicyclists. (0 to 25 points) • Public participation and Planning. (0 to 15 points) Identification of the community -based public participation process that culminated in the project proposal, which may include noticed meetings and consultation with local stakeholders. Project applicants must clearly articulate how the local participation process resulted in the identification and prioritization of the proposed project. For projects costing $1 million or more, an emphasis will be placed on projects that are prioritized in an adopted city or county bicycle transportation plan, pursuant to Section 891.2, pedestrian plan, safe routes to school plan, active transportation plan, trail plan, or circulation element of a general plan that incorporated elements of an active transportation plan. In future funding cycles, the Commission expects to make consistency with an approved active transportation plan a requirement for large projects. • Cost-effectiveness. (0 to 10 points) Applicants must: o Discuss the relative costs and benefits of the range of alternatives considered. o Quantify the safety and mobility benefit in relationship to both the total project cost and the funds provided. Caltrans must develop a benefit/cost model for infrastructure and non -infrastructure active transportation projects in order to improve information available to decision makers at the state and MPO level in future programming cycles by September 30, 2014. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 10 • Improved public health through the targeting of populations with high risk factors for obesity, physical inactivity, asthma or other health issues. (0 to 10 points) • Benefit to disadvantaged communities. (0 to 10 points) • Use of the California Conservation Corps or a qualified community conservation corps, as defined in Section 14507.5 of the Public Resources Code, as partners to undertake or construct applicable projects in accordance with Section 1524 of Public Law 112-141. Points will be deducted if an applicant does not seek corps participation or if an applicant intends not to utilize a corps in a project in which the corps can participate. (0 to -5 points) The California Conservation Corps can be contacted at ccc.ca.gov. Community conservation corps can be contacted at californialocalconservationcorps.org. Direct contracting with the California Conservation Corps or a qualified community conservation corps without bidding is permissible provided that the implementing agency demonstrates cost effectiveness per 23 CFR 635.204 and obtains approval from Caltrans. A copy of the agreement between the implementing agency and the proposed conservation corps must be included in the project application as supporting documentation. • Applicant's performance on past grants. This may include project delivery, project benefits (anticipated v. actual), and use of the California Conservation Corps or qualified community conservation corps (planned v. actual). Applications from agencies with documented poor performance records on past grants may be excluded from competing or may be penalized in scoring. (0 to -10 points) PROJECT EVALUATION COMMITTEE Commission staff will form a multidisciplinary Project Evaluation Committee to assist in evaluating project applications. In forming the Project Evaluation Committee, staff will seek participants with expertise in bicycling and pedestrian transportation, including Safe Routes to Schools type projects, and in projects benefiting disadvantaged communities, and will seek geographically balanced representation from state agencies, large MPOs, regional transportation planning agencies, local jurisdictions in small urban and rural areas, and non -governmental organizations. Priority for participation in the evaluation committee will be given to those who do not represent a project applicant, or will not benefit from projects submitted by others. In reviewing and selecting projects to be funded with federal Recreational Trails program funds, the Commission staff will collaborate with the Department of Parks and Recreation to evaluate proposed projects. MPOs, in administering a competitive selection process, must use a multidisciplinary advisory group, similar to the aforementioned Project Evaluation Committee, to assist in evaluating project applications. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 11 PROGRAMMING Following at least one public hearing, the Commission will adopt a program of projects for the Active Transportation Program, by April 1 of each odd numbered year. The Active Transportation Program must be developed consistent with the fund estimate and the amount programmed in each fiscal year must not exceed the amount identified in the fund estimate. The program of projects for each fiscal year will include, for each project, the amount to be funded from the Active Transportation Program, and the estimated total cost of the project. Project costs in the Active Transportation Program will include all project support costs and all project listings will specify costs for each of the following components; (1) completion of all permits and environmental studies; (2) preparation of plans, specifications, and estimates; (3) right-of-way capital outlay (4) support for right-of- way acquisition; (5) construction capital outlay; and (6) construction management and engineering, including surveys and inspection. The cost of each project component will be listed in the Active Transportation Program no earlier than in the fiscal year in which the particular project component can be implemented. When proposing to fund only preconstruction components for a project, the applicant must demonstrate the means by which it intends to fund the construction of a useable segment, consistent with the regional transportation plan or the Ca!trans interregional transportation strategic plan. When project design, right-of-way or construction are programmed before the implementing agency completes the environmental process, updated cost estimates, updated analysis of the project's cost effectiveness, and updated analysis of the project's ability to further the goals of the program must be submitted to the Commission following completion of the environmental process. If this updated information indicates that a project is expected to accomplish fewer benefits or is less cost effective as compared with the initial project application, future funding for the project may be deleted from the program. For the MPO selected competitions, this information must be submitted to the MPO. It is the responsibility of the MPO to recommend that the project be deleted from the program if warranted. The Commission will program and allocate funding to projects in whole thousands of dollars and will include a project only if it is fully funded from a combination of Active Transportation Program and other committed funding. The Commission will regard funds as committed when they are programmed by the Commission or when the agency with discretionary authority over the funds has made its commitment to the project by ordinance or resolution. For federal formula funds, including Surface Transportation Program, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program, and federal formula transit funds, the commitment may be by Federal approval of the Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. For federal discretionary funds, the commitment may be by federal approval of a full funding grant agreement or by grant approval. If the program of projects adopted by the Commission does not program the full capacity identified in the fund estimate for a given fiscal year, the balance will remain available to advance programmed projects. Subject to the availability of federal funds, a balance not programmed in one fiscal year will carry over and be available for projects in the following fiscal year. The intent of the Commission is to consolidate the allocation of federal funds to as few projects as practicable. Therefore, the smallest project may be designated, at the time of programming, for state -only funding. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 12 ALLOCATIONS The Commission will consider the allocation of funds for a project when it receives an allocation request and recommendation from Caltrans in the same manner as for the STIP (see section 64 of the STIP guidelines). The recommendation will include a determination of project readiness, the availability of appropriated funding, and the availability of all identified and committed supplementary funding. Where the project is to be implemented by an agency other than the applicant, the allocation request must include a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding or Interagency Agreement between the project applicant and implementing agency. The Commission will approve the allocation if the funds are available and the allocation is necessary to implement the project as included in the adopted Active Transportation Program. In order to ensure the timely use of all program funds, the Commission will, in the last quarter of the fiscal year, allocate funds to projects programmed in a future fiscal year on a first -come, first served basis. If there are insufficient funds, the Commission may delay the allocation of funds to a project until the next fiscal year without requiring an extension. Should requests for allocations exceed available capacity, the Commission will give priority to projects programmed in the current -year. Allocation requests for a project in the MPO selected portion of the program must include a recommendation by the MPO. In compliance with Section 21150 of the Public Resources Code, the Commission will not allocate funds for design, right-of-way, or construction prior to documentation of environmental clearance under the California Environmental Quality Act. As a matter of policy, the Commission will not allocate funds for design, right-of-way, or construction of a federally funded project prior to documentation of environmental clearance under the National Environmental Policy Act. Exceptions to this policy may be made in instances where federal law allows for the acquisition of right-of-way prior to completion of National Environmental Policy Act review. If an implementing agency requests an allocation of funds in an amount that is less than the amount programmed, the balance of the programmed amount may be allocated to a programmed project advanced from a future fiscal year. An MPO, in administering its competitive portion of the Active Transportation Program, must determine which projects to advance and make that recommendation to the Commission. Unallocated funds in one fiscal year will carry over and be available for projects in the following fiscal year. PROJECT DELIVERY Active Transportation Program allocations must be requested in the fiscal year of project programming, and are valid for award for six months from the date of allocation unless the Commission approves an extension. Applicants may submit and the Commission will evaluate extension requests in the same manner as for STIP projects (see section 66 of the STIP guidelines) except that extension to the period for project allocation and for project award will be limited to twelve months. Extension requests for a project in the MPO selected portion of the program must include a recommendation by the MPO, consistent with the preceding requirements. If there are insufficient funds, the Commission may delay the allocation of funds to a project until the next fiscal year without requiring an extension. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 13 Whenever programmed funds are not allocated within the fiscal year they programmed or within the time allowed by an approved extension, the project will be deleted from the Active Transportation Program. Funds available following the deletion of a project may be allocated to a programmed project advanced from a future fiscal year. An MPO, in administering its competitive portion of the Active Transportation Program, must determine which projects to advance and make that recommendation to the Commission. Unallocated funds in one fiscal year will carry over and be available for projects in the following fiscal year. The implementing agency must enter into a cooperative agreement with Caltrans and, if the project is federally funded, obligate the federal funds within six months. Funds allocated for project development or right of way costs must be expended by the end of the second fiscal year following the fiscal year in which the funds were allocated. After the award of a contract, the implementing agency has up to 36 months to complete (accept) the contract. At the time of fund allocation, the Commission may extend the deadline for completion of work and the liquidation of funds if necessary to accommodate the proposed expenditure plan for the project. The implementing agency has six months after contract acceptance to make the final payment to the contractor or vendor, prepare the Final Report of Expenditures and submit the final invoice to Caltrans for reimbursement. It is incumbent upon the implementing agency to develop accurate project cost estimates. If the amount of a contract award is less than the amount allocated, or if the final cost of a component is less than the amount awarded, the savings generated will not be available for future programming. Caltrans will track the delivery of Active Transportation Program projects and submit to the Commission a semiannual report showing the delivery of each project phase. PROJECT INACTIVITY Once funds for a project are encumbered, project applicants are expected to invoice on a regular basis (for federal funds, see 23 CFR 630.106 and the Caltrans' Inactive Obligation Policy). Failure to do so will result in the project being deemed "inactive" and subject to deobligation if proper justification is not provided. PROJECT REPORTING As a condition of the project allocation, the Commission will require the implementing agency to submit semi-annual reports on the activities and progress made toward implementation of the project and a final delivery report. An agency implementing a project in the MPO selected portion of the program must also submit copies of its semi-annual reports and of its final delivery report to the MPO. The purpose of the reports is to ensure that the project is executed in a timely fashion and is within the scope and budget identified when the decision was made to fund the project. Within one year of the project becoming operable, the implementing agency must provide a final delivery report to the Commission which includes: • The scope of the completed project as compared to the programmed project. • Before and after photos documenting the project. • The final costs as compared to the approved project budget. • Its duration as compared to the project schedule in the project application. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 14 • Performance outcomes derived from the project as compared to those described in the project application. This should include before and after pedestrian and/or bicycle counts, and an explanation of the methodology for conduction counts. • Actual use of the California Conservation Corps or qualified community conservation corps as compared to the use in the project application. Please note that the final delivery report required by this section is in addition to the aforementioned Final Report of Expenditures. For the purpose of this section, a project becomes operable when the construction contract is accepted or acquired equipment is received, or in the case of non -infrastructure activities, when the activities are complete. Caltrans must audit a sample of Active Transportation Program projects to evaluate the performance of the project, determine whether project costs incurred and reimbursed are in compliance with the executed project agreement or approved amendments thereof; state and federal laws and regulations; contract provisions; and Commission guidelines, and whether project deliverables (outputs) and outcomes are consistent with the project scope, schedule and benefits described in the executed project agreement or approved amendments thereof. A report on the projects audited must be submitted to the Commission annually. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (COMMISSION) The Commission responsibilities include: • Adopt guidelines and policies for the Active Transportation Program. • Adopt Active Transportation Program Fund Estimate. • Evaluate projects, including the forming of the Project Evaluation Committee. • Adopt a program of projects, including: o The statewide portion of the Active Transportation Program, o The rural portion of the Active Transportation Program, o The small urban portion of the Active Transportation Program, and o The MPO selected portion of the program based on the recommendations of the MPOs. o Ensure that at least 25% of the funds benefit disadvantage communities. • Allocate funds to projects. • Evaluate and report to the legislature. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (CALTRANS) Caltrans has the primary responsibility for the administration of the Active Transportation Program. Responsibilities include: • Provide statewide program and procedural guidance (i.e. provide project evaluation of materials and instructions), conducts outreach through various networks such as, but not limited to, the Active Transportation Program website, and at conferences, meetings, or workgroups. • Provide program training. • Solicit project applications for the program. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 15 • Facilitate the Project Evaluation Committee. • Perform eligibility reviews of Active Transportation Program projects. • Evaluate, score, and rank applications. • Recommend projects to the Commission for programming and allocation. • Notify applicants of the results after each call for projects. • Track and report on project implementation. • Audit a selection of projects • Serve as the main point of contact in project implementation, including the technical assistance resource center, after notifying successful applicants of award. METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATIONS (MPOS) WITH LARGE URBANIZED AREAS MPOs with large urbanized areas are responsible for overseeing a competitive project selection process in accordance with these guidelines. The responsibilities include: • Ensure that at least 25% of the funds in each MPO must benefit disadvantage communities. • If using different project selection criteria or weighting, minimum project size, match requirement, or definition of disadvantage communities for its competitive selection process, the MPO must obtain Commission approval prior to the MPO's call for projects. Use of a minimum project size of $500,000 or less, or of a different match requirement than in the statewide competitive program does not require prior Commission approval. • If electing to have a supplemental MPO specific call for projects, the projects within the MPO boundaries that were not selected through the statewide competition must be considered along with those received in the supplemental call for projects. An MPO must notify the Commission of their intent to have a supplemental call no later than May 21, 2014. • In administering a competitive selection process, an MPO must use a multidisciplinary advisory group to assist in evaluating project applications. • In administering a competitive selection process, an MPO must explain how the projects recommended for programming by the MPO include a broad spectrum of projects to benefit pedestrians and bicyclists. The explanation must include a discussion of how the recommended projects benefit students walking and cycling to school. • An MPO choosing to use the same project selection criteria and weighting, minimum project size, match requirement, and definition of disadvantage communities as used by the Commission for the statewide competition may defer its project selection to the Commission. An MPO deferring its project select to the Commission must notify the Commission my May 21, 2014, and may not conduct a supplemental call for projects. • Approve amendments to the MPO selected portion of the program prior to Commission approval. • Recommend allocation requests for a project in the MPO selected portion of the program. • Determine which projects to advance and make that recommendation to the Commission. • Submit an annual assessment of its portion of the program it terms of its effectiveness in achieving the goals of the Active Transportation Program. In addition, the following statutory requirements apply specifically to the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG): • SCAG must consult with county transportation commissions, the Commission, and Caltrans in the development of competitive project selection criteria. The criteria should include consideration of geographic equity, consistent with program objectives. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 16 • SCAG must place priority on projects that are consistent with plans adopted by local and regional governments within the county where the project is located. • SCAG must obtain concurrence from the county transportation commissions. REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AGENCIES (RTPAS) OUTSIDE AN MPO WITH LARGE URBANIZED AREAS AND AN MPO WITHOUT LARGE URBANIZED AREAS These Regional Transportation Planning Agencies and MPOs may make recommendations or provide input to the Commission regarding the projects within their boundaries that are applying for Active Transportation Program funding. PROJECT APPLICANT Project applicants nominate Active Transportation Program projects for funding consideration. If awarded Active Transportation Program funding for a submitted project, the project applicant (or partnering implementing agency if applicable) has contractual responsibility for carrying out the project to completion and complying with reporting requirements in accordance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations, and these guidelines. For capital projects off the state highway system, the project applicant will be responsible for the ongoing operations and maintenance of the facility. If another entity agrees to assume responsibility for the ongoing operations and maintenance of the facility, documentation of the agreement must be submitted with the project application, and a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding or Interagency Agreement between the parties must be submitted with the request for allocation. ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PLAN A city, county, county transportation commission, regional transportation planning agency, MPO, school district, or transit district may prepare an active transportation plan. An active transportation plan prepared by a city or county may be integrated into the circulation element of its general plan or a separate plan which is compliant or will be brought into compliance with the Complete Streets Act, Assembly Bill 1358 (Chapter 657, Statutes of 2008). An active transportation plan must include, but not be limited to, the following components or explain why the component is not applicable: a) The estimated number of existing bicycle trips and pedestrian trips in the plan area, both in absolute numbers and as a percentage of all trips, and the estimated increase in the number of bicycle trips and pedestrian trips resulting from implementation of the plan. b) The number and location of collisions, serious injuries, and fatalities suffered by bicyclists and pedestrians in the plan area, both in absolute numbers and as a percentage of all collisions and injuries, and a goal for collision, serious injury, and fatality reduction after implementation of the plan. c) A map and description of existing and proposed land use and settlement patterns which must Include, but not be limited to, locations of residential neighborhoods, schools, shopping centers, public buildings, major employment centers, and other destinations. d) A map and description of existing and proposed bicycle transportation facilities. e) A map and description of existing and proposed end -of -trip bicycle parking facilities. f) A description of existing and proposed policies related to bicycle parking in public locations, private parking garages and parking lots and in new commercial and residential developments. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 17 g) A map and description of existing and proposed bicycle transport and parking facilities for connections with and use of other transportation modes. These must include, but not be limited to, parking facilities at transit stops, rail and transit terminals, ferry docks and landings, park and ride lots, and provisions for transporting bicyclists and bicycles on transit or rail vehicles or ferry vessels. h) A map and description of existing and proposed pedestrian facilities at major transit hubs. These must include, but are not limited to, rail and transit terminals, and ferry docks and landings. i) A description of proposed signage providing wayfinding along bicycle and pedestrian networks to designated destinations. j) A description of the policies and procedures for maintaining existing and proposed bicycle and pedestrian facilities, including, but not limited to, the maintenance of smooth pavement, freedom from encroaching vegetation, maintenance of traffic control devices including striping and other pavement markings, and lighting. k) A description of bicycle and pedestrian safety, education, and encouragement programs conducted in the area included within the plan, efforts by the law enforcement agency having primary traffic law enforcement responsibility in the area to enforce provisions of the law impacting bicycle and pedestrian safety, and the resulting effect on accidents involving bicyclists and pedestrians. I) A description of the extent of community involvement in development of the plan, including disadvantaged and underserved communities. m) A description of how the active transportation plan has been coordinated with neighboring jurisdictions, including school districts within the plan area, and is consistent with other local or regional transportation, air quality, or energy conservation plans, including, but not limited to, general plans and a Sustainable Community Strategy in a Regional Transportation Plan. n) A description of the projects and programs proposed in the plan and a listing of their priorities for implementation, including the methodology for project prioritization and a proposed timeline for implementation. o) A description of past expenditures for bicycle and pedestrian facilities and programs, and future financial needs for projects and programs that improve safety and convenience for bicyclists and pedestrians in the plan area. Include anticipated revenue sources and potential grant funding for bicycle and pedestrian uses. p) A description of steps necessary to implement the plan and the reporting process that will be used to keep the adopting agency and community informed of the progress being made in implementing the plan. q) A resolution showing adoption of the plan by the city, county or district. If the active transportation plan was prepared by a county transportation commission, regional transportation planning agency, MPO, school district or transit district, the plan should indicate the support via resolution of the city(s) or county(s) in which the proposed facilities would be located. A city, county, school district, or transit district that has prepared an active transportation plan may submit the plan to the county transportation commission or transportation planning agency for approval. The city, county, school district, or transit district may submit an approved plan to Caltrans in connection with an application for funds active transportation facilities which will implement the plan. Additional information related to active transportation plans can be found in the sections on Funding for Active Transportation Plans and Scoring Criteria. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 18 FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS Unless programmed for state -only funding, project applicants must comply with the provisions of Title 23 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations and with the processes and procedures contained in the Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures Manual and the Master Agreement with Caltrans. Below are examples of federal requirements that must be met when administering Active Transportation Program projects. • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance and documentation is required on all projects. Refer to Chapter 6, Environmental Procedures, of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual for guidance and procedures on complying with NEPA and other federal environmentally related laws. • Project applicants may not proceed with the final design of a project or request "Authorization to proceed with Right -of -Way" or "Authorization to proceed with Construction" until Caltrans has signed a Categorical Exclusion, a Finding of No Significant Impact, or a Record of Decision. Failure to follow this requirement will make the project ineligible for federal reimbursement. • If the project requires the purchase of right of way (the acquisition of real property), the provisions of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 apply. For more information, refer to Chapter 13, Right of Way, of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual. If the project applicant requires the consultation services of architects, landscape architects, land surveyors, or engineers, the procedures in the Chapter 10, Consultant Selection, of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual must be followed. Contract documents are required to incorporate applicable federal requirements such as Davis Bacon wage rates, competitive bidding, Disadvantaged Business Enterprises/Equal Employment Opportunity provisions, etc. For more information, refer to Chapter 9, Civil Rights and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, and Chapter 12, Plans, Specifications & Estimate, of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual Failure to comply with federal requirements may result in the repayment to the State of Active Transportation Program funds. DESIGN STANDARDS Streets and Highways Code Section 891 requires that all city, county, regional, and other local agencies responsible for the development or operation of bikeways or roadways where bicycle travel is permitted utilize all minimum safety design criteria established by Caltrans. Chapter 11, Design Standards, of the Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures Manual describes statewide design standards, specifications, procedures, guides, and references that are acceptable in the geometric, drainage, and structural design of Local Assistance projects. The chapter also describes design exception approval procedures, including the delegation of design exception approval authority to the City and County Public Works Directors for projects not on the state highway system. These standards and procedures, including the exception approval process, must be used for all Active Transportation Program projects. For capital projects off the state highway system, the project applicant will be responsible for the ongoing operations and maintenance of the facility. If another entity agrees to assume responsibility for the ongoing operations and maintenance of the facility, documentation of the agreement must be submitted with the project application, and a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding or Interagency Agreement between the parties must be submitted with the request for allocation. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 19 All facilities constructed using Active Transportation Program funds cannot revert to a non -Active Transportation Program use for a minimum of 20 years or its actual useful life as documented in the project application, whichever is less, without approval of the Commission. PROGRAM EVALUATION The Active Transportation Program will be evaluated for its effectiveness in increasing the use of active modes of transportation in California. Applicants that receive funding for a project must collect and submit data to Caltrans as described in the "Project Reporting" section. By December 31, 2014, the Commission will post on its website information about the initial program of projects, including a list of all projects programmed and allocated in each portion of the program, by region, and by project type, along with information on grants awarded to disadvantaged communities, After 2014, the Commission will include in its annual report to the Legislature a discussion on the effectiveness of the program in terms of planned and achieved improvement in mobility and safety and timely use of funds, and will include a summary of its activities relative to the administration of the Active Transportation Program including: • Projects programmed, • Projects allocated, • Projects completed to date by project type, • Projects completed to date by geographic distribution, • Projects completed to date by benefit to disadvantaged communities, and • Projects completed to date with the California Conservation Corps or qualified community conservation corps. 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines (3/20/14) 20 Guidelines Revisions Summary Attachment 2 The table below summarizes revisions to the Active Transportation Program Guidelines following the February 3, 2014 submission to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. Section Page Revision Matching Requirements 3 Statement that matching funds over and above the required 11.47% were exempt from concurrent and proportional expenditure with Active Transportation Program funds was removed due to inconsistency with federal policy. Matching Requirements 3 Clarified that the matching funds over and above the required 11.47% may be adjusted before or shortly after contract award to reflect any substantive change in the bid compared to the estimated cost of the project. 1 I Eligible Applicants 5 To match wording in statutes, clarified that private nonprofit tax-exempt organizations may apply for recreational trails and trailheads, park projects that facilitate trail linkages or connectivity to nonmotorized corridors, and conversion of abandoned railroad corridors to trails. Example Projects 6 Secure bicycle parking at employment centers, park and ride lots, rail and transit stations, and ferry docks and landings for the benefit of the public. March 20, 2014 Attachment 3 CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Adoption of 2014 Active Transportation Program Guidelines March 20, 2014 RESOLUTION G-14-05 1.1 WHEREAS the Active Transportation Program was created by Senate Bill 99 (Chapter 359, Statutes of 2013) to encourage increased use of active modes of transportation, such as biking and walking, and 1.2 WHEREAS Streets and Highways Code section 2382(a) requires the Commission to develop guidelines for the Active Transportation Program, and 1.3 WHEREAS Streets and Highways Code section 2382(a) requires the Commission form an Active Transportation Program Workgroup to provide guidance on matters including, the development of guidelines, and 1.4 WHEREAS the Commission formed an Active Transportation Program Workgroup and held multiple workgroup meetings between October 2013 and March 2014, and 1.5 WHEREAS Streets and Highways Code section 2382(d) requires the Commission to hold at least two public hearings prior to adopting the guidelines, and 1.6 WHEREAS a draft of proposed guidelines was presented at the December 10, 2013 Commission meeting and the Commission held public hearings on the guidelines on January 22, 2014 and January 29, 2014, and 1.7 WHEREAS Senate Bill 99 requires the Commission to submit the draft guidelines to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee no later than 45 days prior to adopting the initial set of final guidelines, and 1.8 WHEREAS the Commission submitted the draft guidelines to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee on February 3, 2014. 2.1 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Commission adopts the 2014 Active Transportation Program guidelines, as presented by staff on March 20, 2014, and 2.2 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the purpose of these guidelines is to identify the Commission's policy and expectations for the Active Transportation Program and thus to provide guidance to applicants, implementing agencies, and Metropolitan Planning Organizations, and 2.3 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that these guidelines do not preclude any project nomination or any project selection that is consistent with the implementing legislation, and 2.4 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Commission directs staff to post these guidelines on the Commission's website. 2/28/2014 DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form APPLICATION CYCLE 1 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (ATP) Please read the Application Instructions at http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/Loca 1 Proq rams/atp/i ndex. htm I prior to filling out this application Project name: For Caltrans use only: TAP STP RTP _ _. .SRTS SRTS-NI SHA DAC Non-DAC Plan 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 1 of 18 2/28/2014 i 4 1, DRAFT I. GENERAL INFORMATION ATP Cycle 1 Application Form Project name: (fill out all of the fields below) 1. APPLICANT (Agency name, address and zip code) 2. PROJECT FUNDING ATP funds Requested $ Matching Funds $ 3. APPLICANT CONTACT (Name, title, e-mail, phone #) (If Applicable) Other Project funds $ TOTAL PROJECT COST $ 4. APPLICANT CONTACT (Address & zip code) 5. PROJECT COUNTY(IES): 6. CALTRANS DISTRICT #- Click Drop down menu below Select District. 7. Application # of Area Description: 8. Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)- click drop down menu Select MPO. 9. Population Size- click drop down menu Select population size 10. If "Other" was selected from the #8 MPO drop down menu enter your MPO or Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) 1 Master Agreements (MAs)- 11. ® Yes, the applicant has a FEDERAL MA with Caltrans. _ 12. ❑ Yes, the applicant has a STATE MA with Caltrans. 13. If the applicant does not have an MA. Do you meet the Master Agreement requirements? Y/N The Applicant MUST be able to enter into MAs with Caltrans Partner Information: 14. Partner Name": 15. Partner Type 16. Contact Information (Name, phone # & e-mail) 17. Contact Address & zip code Click here if the project has more than one partner; attach the remaining partner information on a separate page "If another entity is going to assume responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the facility, documentation of the agreement must be submitted with the application. Project Type (Select only one) 18. Infrastructure (IF) 19. Non -Infrastructure (NI) i 20. Combined (IF & NI) 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 2 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT 46 ATP Cycle 1 Application Form Project name: I. GENERAL INFORMATION -continued Sub -Project Type (Select all that apply) 21. Develop a Plan in a Disadvantaged Community (select any that apply) o Bicycle Plan o Safe Routes to School Plan o Pedestrian Plan r'o Active Transportation Plan (select if applying) (if applying for an Active Transportation Plan- check any of the following that you already have) _Bike plan, _Pedestrian plan, _Safe Routes to School (SRTS) plan, _ATP plan 22. Bicycle and/or Pedestrian infrastructure Bikeway : o Class I o Class II o Class III o Sidewalk o Multi -use facility Other: 23. Non -Infrastructure (Non SRTS) 24. Recreational Trails*- o Trail o Acquisition *Please see additional Recreational Trails instructions before proceeding 25. SRTS o Infrastructure o Non -Infrastructure If SRTS is selected, provide the following information 26. SCHOOL NAME & ADDRESS: 27. SCHOOL DISTRICT NAME & ADDRESS: 28. County -District -School Code (CDS) 29. Total Student Enrollment 30. Percentage of students eligible for free or reduced meal programs 31. Percentage of students that currently walk or bike to school 32. Approximate # of students living along school route proposed for improvement ! Click here if the project involves more than one school; attach the remaining school information on a separate page 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 3 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form II. PROJECT INFORMATION (Please read the "ATP instructions" document prior to attaching your responses to all of the following questions in Sections II. Project Information, Section III. Screening Criteria and Section IV. Narrative Questions - 15 pages max) 1. Project Location 2. Project Coordinates Latitude, (decimal degrees) 3. Project Description 4. Project Status Longitude + 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 4 of 18 2/28/2014 { DRAFT III. SCREENING CRITERIA 1. Demonstrated Needs of the Applicant Describe the need for the project and/or funding ATP Cycle 1 Application Form 2. Consistency with Regional Transportation Plan (100 words or less) Explain how this project is consistent with your Regional Transportation Plan, include adoption date of the plan. (if applicable) 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 5 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT IV. NARRATIVE QUESTIONS ATP Cycle 1 Application Form 1. POTENTIAL FOR INCREASED WALKING AND BICYCLING, ESPECIALLY AMONG STUDENTS, INCLUDING THE IDENTIFICATION OF WALKING AND BICYCLING ROUTES TO AND FROM SCHOOLS, TRANSIT FACILITIES, COMMUNITY CENTERS, EMPLOYMENT CENTERS, AND OTHER DESTINATIONS; AND INCLUDING INCREASING AND IMPROVING CONNECTIVITY AND MOBILITY OF NON -MOTORIZED USERS. (0-30 POINTS) A. I. If you checked box #25- Describe how your project encourages increased walking and bicycling, especially among students. II. If you did not check box #25- Describe how your project encourages increased walking and bicycling. B. Describe how this project improves walking and bicycling routes to and from, connects to, or is part of a school or school facility, transit facility, community center, employment center, state or national trail system, points of interest, and/or park. C. Describe how this project increases and/or improves connectivity, removes a barrier to mobility and/or closes a gap in a non -motorized facility. D. Describe the number and type of possible users and their destinations and the percentage increase in users upon completion of your project. • Projects with significant potential- 21 to 30 points • Projects with moderate potential- 11 to 20 points • Projects with minimal potential- 1 to 10 points • Projects with no potential- 0 points 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 6 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT 1‘ IV. NARRATIVE QUESTIONS- continued ATP Cycle 1 Application Form 2. POTENTIAL FOR REDUCING THE NUMBER AND/OR RATE OF PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLIST FATALITIES AND INJURIES, INCLUDING THE IDENTIFICATION OF SAFETY HAZARDS FOR PEDESTRIANS AND BICYCLISTS. (0-25 POINTS) A. Describe the potential of the project to reduce pedestrian and/or bicycle injuries or fatalities. B. Describe if/how your project will achieve any or all of the following: o Reduces speed or volume of motor vehicles o Improves sight distance and visibility o Improves compliance with local traffic laws o Eliminates behaviors that lead to collisions o Addresses inadequate traffic control devices o Addresses inadequate bicycle facilities, crosswalks or sidewalks C. Describe the location's history of events and the source(s) of data used (e.g. collision reports, community observation, surveys, audits). • Projects with significant potential- 16 to 25 points • Projects with moderate potential- 8 to 15 points • Projects with minimal potential- 1 to 7 points • Projects with no potential- 0 points 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 7 of 18 2/28/2014 e DRAFT ' IV. NARRATIVE QUESTIONS- continued ATP Cycle 1 Application Form 3. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION and PLANNING (0-15 POINTS) A. Describe the community based public participation process that culminated in the project proposal or plan, such as noticed meetings/public hearings, consultation with stakeholders, etc. B. Describe the local participation process that resulted in the identification and prioritization of the project: C. Is the project cost over $1 Million? Y/N If Yes- is the project Prioritized in an adopted city or county bicycle transportation plan, pedestrian plan, safe routes to school plan, active transportation plan, trail plan, circulation element of a general plan, or other publicly approved plan that incorporated elements of an active transportation plan? Y/N I • Projects with substantial participation of community members- 11 to 15 points • Projects with moderate participation of community members - 6 to 10 points • Projects with minimal participation of community members- 1 to 5 points • Projects with no participation of community members- 0 points 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 8 of 18 2/28/2014 4 DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form IV. NARRATIVE QUESTIONS- continued 4. COST EFFECTIVENESS (preferred and other alternatives). (0-10 POINTS) A. Describe the alternatives that were considered. B. Discuss the relative costs and benefits of the range of all the alternatives. C. Discuss/quantify the safety benefits for each alternative, in relationship to both the total cost and the funds requested. D. Discuss/quantify the mobility benefits for each alternative, in relationship to both the total cost and the funds requested. E. Discuss why the preferred alternative was selected over the other alternatives. • Applicant exceptionally described alternatives and quantified safety and mobility- 7 to 10 points • Applicant adequately described alternatives and quantified safety and mobility - 4 to 6 points • Applicant minimally described alternatives and quantified safety and mobility - 1 to 3 points • Applicant did not describe alternatives or quantify safety or mobility - 0 points 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 9 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT 14tqii' IV. NARRATIVE QUESTIONS- continued 5. IMPROVED PUBLIC HEALTH (0-10 points) ATP Cycle 1 Application Form A. Describe how the project will improve public health, i.e. through the targeting of populations who have a high risk factor for obesity, physical inactivity, asthma, or other health issues. • Applicant exceptionally described how the project will improve public health- 7 to 10 points • Applicant adequately described how the project will improve public health - 4 to 6 points • Applicant minimally described how the project will improve public health - 1 to 3 points • Applicant did not described how the project will improve public health - 0 points 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 10 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form IV. NARRATIVE QUESTIONS- continued 6. BENEFIT TO DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES (0-10 points) A. Does the project significantly benefit a disadvantaged community? Y/N a. Which criteria does the project meet? (Select all that apply) o median household income < 80% of the statewide median o among the most disadvantaged 10% in the state o at least 75% of the public school students are eligible for the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) o CTC approved other B. Describe the disadvantaged community and their benefit from the project: • Project clearly and significantly benefits a disadvantaged community- 10 points • Project has potential or moderate benefits to a disadvantaged community- 5 points • Project does not benefit a disadvantaged community- 0 points 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 11 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT IV. NARRATIVE QUESTIONS- continued ATP Cycle 1 Application Form 7. USE OF CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS (CCC) OR A QUALIFIED COMMUNITY CONSERVATION CORPS (0 to -5 points) A. For Infrastructure Construction projects only- The applicant must send the following information to the CCC and CALCC prior to application submittal to Caltrans: o Project Description o Detailed Estimate o Project Map o Preliminary Plan o Project Schedule Points will be deducted if an applicant does not seek corps participation or if an applicant intends not to utilize a corps in a project in which the corps can participate. The corps agencies can be contacted at: California Conservation Corps at: www.ccc.ca.ciov, Community Conservation Corps at: www.californialocalconservationcorps.orq. B. Does the applicant intend to utilize the CCC or CALCC on those items where participation has been indicated? Y/N • The applicant has submitted the project application to CCC and CALCC - 0 points • The applicant has not submitted the project application to CCC and CALCC (-)5 points 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 12 of 18 Ittlii 2/28/2014 DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form IV. NARRATIVE QUESTIONS- continued 8. APPLICANT'S PERFORMANCE ON PAST GRANTS ( 0 to -10 points) APPLICANT DO NOT RESPOND Caltrans staff to determine the Applicant's performance on past grant awards. 1 • The applicant has no past grant experience or has performed satisfactorily on past grants - 0 ' points • The applicant has not performed satisfactorily on past grants (-)10 points 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 13 of 18 2/28/2014 J DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form Project name: V. PROJECT COST ESTIMATE All project costs MUST be accounted for on this form, including elements of the overall project that will be, or has been funded by other sources. The information in the shaded fields will be calculated automatically. All costs will automatically be rounded up to the next $1000. ATP funds Other funds TOTAL FUNDS Preliminary Engineering (PE) Environmental $ $ $ Plan, Specs & Estimate (PS&E) $ $ $ Matching funds Type- $ PE subtotal $ $ $ This application is not requesting funds for the PE phase Right of Way (ROW) Right of way Engineering $ $ $ Appraisals, Acquisitions & Utilities $ $ $ Matching funds Type- $ ROW subtotal $ $ $ This application is not requesting funds for the ROW phase Construction (CON) Construction Engineering (CE) $ $ $ Construction (Con) $ $ $ Matching funds Type- $ CON subtotal $ I $ $ I I This application is not requesting funds for the CON phase Non -Infrastructure (NI) Non -Infrastructure (NI) $ $ $ Matching funds Type- $ NI subtotal $ $ $ This application is not requesting funds for a NI phase Grand Total $ ATP work tvae If applicable �$ $ Enter Estimated ATP fund amount Request for funding a Plan $ Request for Safe Routes to Schools Infrastructure work $ Request for Safe Routes to Schools Non -Infrastructure work $ Request for other Non -Infrastructure work $ Request for Disadvantage Community work $ Request for Recreational Trails work $ All Non-ATP fund types on this project fund amount $ 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 14 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form Project name: VI. INFRASTRUCTURE SCHEDULE INFORMATION Project Approval & Environmental Doc (PA & ED) i PA & ED Allocation Project Initiation document Approved (or Field review/PES submittal) Begin Environmental (PA & ED) Phase Circulate Draft Environmental Document (for EIS or FONSI) PE Authorization Environmental Document Type: California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) L_I CE LAND/MND EIR National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) CE i —j EA/FONSI j _� EIS I I Draft Project Report (for EIS or FONSI) End Environmental Phase (PA&ED Milestone) Plans, Specifications & Estimate (PS&E) PS&E Allocation Begin Design (PS&E) Phase End Design Phase (Ready to List or Advertise) Right of Way (ROW) ROW Allocation Begin ROW Phase End of ROW Phase (ROW Certification Milestone) Construction (CON) CON Allocation Begin CON Phase (Contract Award Milestone) End CON Phase (Contract Acceptance Milestone) Closeout Begin Closeout Phase End Closeout Phase (Final Report of Expenditures) ROW Authorization CON Authorization Proposed Date L 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 15 of 18 2/28/2014 i DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form Project name: Start Date VI. NON -INFRASTRUCTURE SCHEDULE INFORMATION End Date Deliverables 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 16 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT 4 ATP Cycle 1 Application Form Project name: VII. APPLICATION SIGNATURES Applicant: The undersigned affirms that the statements contained in the application package are true and complete to the best of their knowledge. Signature: Name: Title: Date: Phone: e-mail: Local Agency Official (City Engineer or Public Works Director): The undersigned affirms that the statements contained in the application package are true and complete to the best of their knowledge. Signature: Name: Title: Date: Phone: e-mail: School Official: The undersigned affirms that the school(s) benefited by this application is not on a school closure list. Signature: Date: Name: Phone: Title: e-mail: Person to contact for questions: Name: Phone: Title: e-mail: Ca!trans District Traffic Operations Office Approval If the application's project proposes improvements on a freeway or state highway that affects the safety or operations of the facility, it is required that the proposed improvements be reviewed by the district traffic operations office and either a letter of support from the traffic operations office be attached (_) or the signature of the traffic personnel be secured below. Signature: Date: Name: Phone: Title: e-mail: 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 17 of 18 2/28/2014 DRAFT ATP Cycle 1 Application Form Project name: VIII. APPLICATION ATTACHMENTS Check all attachments included with this application. Completed Project Programming Request Template (PPR)- REQUIRED http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/transprog/ocip.htm Vicinity/Location Map- REQUIRED for all IF Projects - North Arrow - Label street names and highway route numbers Photos and/or Video of Existing Location- REQUIRED for all IF Projects Minimum of one labeled color photo of the existing project location Minimum photo size 3 x 5 inches Optional video and/or time-lapse Preliminary Plans- REQUIRED for Construction phase only Must include a north arrow Label the scale of the drawing Typical Cross sections where applicable with property or right-of-way lines - Label street names, highway route numbers and easements Detailed Engineer's Estimate- REQUIRED for Construction phase only Estimate must be true and accurate. Applicant is responsible for verifying costs prior to submittal Must show a breakdown of all bid items by unit and cost. Lump Sum may only be used if that is how the item will be bid. Must show all items that are eligible for ATP funding - Contingency is limited to 10% of funds being requested - Evaluation required under the ATP guidelines is not a reimbursable item Maintenance Agreement- If entity other than the applicant will be maintaining the project after completion Letters of Support from Caltrans (Required for projects on the State Highway System(SHS)) Digtal copy of or an online link to an approved plan (bicycle, pedestrian, safe routes to school, active transportation, general, recreation, trails, city/county or regional master plan(s), technical studies, and/or environmental studies (with environmental commitment record or list of mitigation measures), if applicable. Include/highlight portions that are applicable to the proposed project. Documentation of the public participation process (required) Additional documentation, letters of support, etc (optional) 2/28/2014 7:44 AM Page 18 of 18 -%-rr* I DRAFT ATP 10 Points -Additional Criteria for MPO Regional Share Points Criteria 3 Consistency with RTP/FTIP andlor multicounty bike/trail plans 2 Connectivity or Destinations Served - Linking neighborhoods, shopping, schools, etc. 2 lntermodal Access - Linking bike/ped facility with other modes, e.g. transit, rail t Consistency with Subregional plans 1 Inclusion in General Plan/City Bike Plan/School District, partnering with other agencies 1 Safety: description of how project will enhance or improve safety of existing facility, or description of safety benefits project will provide to a new facility 10 Total Points can be applied for each category the project falls under. 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Iles sues.4123 spaCoad ao4 1123 (letio!Esai + a4e4s) PaNwo3 spa[oad Hall_ leuopeanai a04 Alcides Aew suopeziue6ao 4dwaxa-xel. 4goaduou a4eniad sagial ueDiaau.iy anppN pazpboDai-Alialapj :s4u@wwanop ��gial spialsip paps aoj. sloops DiIgnd saiaua6p �isu�al sapua6y awlS ao leuo!bali lepoi slueDgddy aigi6il3 0 to 25 points -5 to 0 points 40 to 0 points Scoring Criteria Pr Potential for increased walking and bicycling, especially among students. Potential for reducing fatalities, injuries, and potential safety hazards for pedestrians and bicyclists. Public Participation and Planning, i.e. noticed meetings and consultation with local stakeholders to identify the proposed project. Cost effectiveness, i.e. maximizing the safety and mobility benefit relative to the total project cost. Improve public health by focusing on populations with high risk factors for health issues Benefit to disadvantaged communities. 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A}unoo aip ywM linsuo3 . :4snw DVDS 166 OS aad iati�tinw+'m:a-:�rmeKw��Yisr+a��+ta+sw�.,aw*w�w*�q�G uoppaduao3 iesuo!baj DVDS suopeaapisuoD leuoPIPPV sparaid we..iEsaid iesuo!bal sviope DID .19qUIDAON uon.epulawwmai waibaid leuo!baJ sanaidde puno3 leijo!bali DVDS Jaquml.daS waibad auk jo suop_iod apAna424s s4clopes DID OZ Isn6nv sparaid -104 Heo p@upwoj T.z A EA-7.7 L13-02Eil mcwoj suojpe UOISSILULLIC2) upgepodsueg ifiunoj veadde leuo!bai sanaidde punco ieuo!ba DVDS— E Hadv saupprip waibaid uon.q.Jodsuati annoy s4dope LIDJelAI sa42a Aa>1 66 9S uq4e3!iddbijea0 did sauPpinDliea0 dltl Mil 'dld/sw ea Goad/nob • eO'34 23'MMM DID W.I. 6uipunj) xdse• uone4aodsuealanpid jsa6ed/swea6oad/no6°2D'6L'DS'MMM POuaaa.}u0.7-oapi�—saDwp ieuoi6a`apu.}p uIeW DbDS) 00:T-00:6't7 uDaeW .s.Paloada4i�.7a.113Pue siesodoad inissaoons duuedaad d1 y :Aepsanl xoqpol J`dJS uoi6ab 9vos u0q2Wa04uI aaoW nod• eD•9e3s@ uosd uaoql uosduaolll ueld na•eD•9eDs@uosdaf uosdaf gales AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 17, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director SUBJECT: Office of Traffic Safety Grant — County of Riverside STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Support the Office of Traffic Safety application for Riverside County to develop a countywide traffic record system. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The County of Riverside is exploring a grant project with the State Office of Traffic Safety. The proposed project is to develop a countywide traffic record system that will collect traffic collision data from all cities and the county (unincorporated areas), excluding collisions on state highways, and allow sharing of data to facilitate decision -making in directing and prioritizing limited resources for safety improvements to reduce fatalities, injuries and property damages. The countywide data base will also allow Riverside County and cities the ability to compare regional issues and trends to consider possible solutions that require coordination among agencies. Additional features will be included in the new countywide system to provide the ability to create an agency model of roadway classifications, speed limits, intersection controls, and traffic volume data. The ability for the system to produce collision rates along with average collision rates by road class and intersection control will provide additional tools for agency use. In addition, the records from the countywide system will be available to be uploaded to a state level database for use by the Office of Traffic Safety if so desired in the future. LualsXs sisiquuy pug ulpodaw uoisijjop apinnXTunop Xluno3 opIsnAIN -apimklunoo sp.Tooai Joj sop.XIeue um oi. 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Oupziduw SIJ Puy qpug apooD . saiew uotsiliop papadxj Jo 30EJ3nV . saLunion Tinujap Imm suoileu2isap iaijuoj doffs ssujp puow . salvw uoisijjop . sommd sIsiquiv puopIppy AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. AGENDA ITEM Zi A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11.