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05 May 19, 2014 Technical Advisory CommitteeCOMM-TAC-00033 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. May 19, 2014 Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, Third Floor Riverside, CA 92501 In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and government Code Section 54954.2, if you need special assistance to participate in a Committee meeting, please contact the Riverside County Transportation Commission at (951) 787-7141. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to meeting time will assist staff in assuring that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility at the meeting. 1. Call to Order 2. Self -Introductions 3. Approval of March 17, 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. Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee Inland Empire Workshop Schedule (Attachment) 6. 2013 FTIP Update (Attachment) 7. 2014 Obligation Authority Delivery Plan — RFA Monitoring (Attachment) 8. City of Moreno Valley — Multi -Funding Call for Projects Revision to Traffic Management Center Ph 1B (Attachment) 9. CTC — ATP Call for Projects Update (Attachment) 10. Measure A Five -Year CIP Submittals Report (Attachment) 11. Local Assistance Update (Verbal Presentation) A. Environmental Unit presentation on Interpretation of Environmental Procedures under 23 CFR 771.117©, Project Categories 22 and 23; B. Form plus Deployment Overview; C. Other Local Assistance Updates Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 19, 2014 Page 2 12. May Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 13. Other Business 14. Adjournment (The next meeting will be July 21 in Beaumont.) 15. Immediately following adjournment of the TAC meeting, the SB 821 TAC Subcommittee will convene to finalize the evaluation criteria and discuss allowable expenses. TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE May 19, 2014 AGENCY TAC MEMBER ALTERNATE PRINT NAME SIGNATURE --------·----------·-----------BANNING DUANE BURK Kahono Oei ~ lt ~ Director of Public Works }lA-Hofl/O Oei ~ -------------------· BEAUMONT KEVIN HUGHES Kelsey Gormley Consultant Management Analyst ~---------------------------------------t---· BLYTHE ARMANDO BALDIZZONE Frank Luckino Director of Public Works Finance Director -----··--~------··-·-----~------------------------------CVAG MICHAEL SHOBERG Allyn Waggle Transportation Program Manager Deputy Director CALIMESA MICHAEL THORNTON BobFrench ______________ I µ '1: ,......) --->-..~. City Engineer Public Works Director _ --·~ ~ f ...JC/'-..;; --CAL TRANS SEAN YEUNG s· t , ,._ . \J _ . J \ / Acti~g District Local Assistance -' l,.... . 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CORONA NELSON NELSON Robert Morin IJ____ /V1t(.f().V-/VE,~11..v ( c . 1---------+------------+-----------+---------------------DESERT HOT RUDY ACOSTA Daniel Porras SPRINGS Acting Public Works Director Public Works Contract Engineer ,, EASTVALE GEORGE ALVAREZ City Engineer ----HEMET JORGE BIAGIONI Engineering Director/City Engineer -------INDIAN WELLS KEN SEUMALO Public Works Director -----·----------------·-·-·-------INDIO GRANT EKLUND Public Works Director/City Engineer ----~--JURUPA VALLEY ROY STEPHENSON Public Works Director/City Engineer -----LA QUINTA TIMOTHY JONASSON Public Works Director/City Engineer ----------LAKE ELSINORE ATI ESKANDARI Interim Public Works Director i'J6NATHAN SMITH ------MENIFEE Public Works Director/City Engineer n ( ( rvt, 1 1-<:0:_t(:q~,-l(r:_ _,_.._,.~~_?-__ MORENO VALLEY AHMAD ANSARI Public Works Director/City Engineer ------~---·--·---MURRIETA BOB MOEHLING City Engineer ------NORCO BILL THOMPSON Water and Sewer Manager TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE May 19, 2014 Joe lndrawan ----·---------·--Victor Monz Principal Engineer ~-----------Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II ··-··-·--~-Tom Rafferty Principal Civil Engineer -----------Mike Myers Assistant City Engineer --------·----------~-.---Bryan McKinney Principal Engineer -----, Rita Thompson I I -----·--·---·--------yn--{A( &=-Robert Johnson 1 koJOc~it1orf ,;,e,l J!?Aci~: ~) City Manager ---Prem Kumar Deputy Public Works Director/ Assistant City Engineer ~IMDISter1 °¥~\-n\o an D\~. d1fP-~J. ~1ZV ----Lori Askew Director of Public Works ·-·--------~- PALM DESERT BO CHEN City Engineer ----------·-·---·-PALM SPRINGS I DAVE BARAKIAN Director of Public Works/ City Engineer PERRIS HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer RTA -----RANCHO MIRAGE BRUCE HARRY Director of Public Works RIVERSIDE TOM BOYD Public Works Director RIVERSIDE COUNTY1PATRICIA ROMO Assistant Director of Transportation SAN JACINTO HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer --SUNLINE JOE FORGIARINI ,,/ Director of Transit Planning ------TEMECULA TOM GARCIA Public Works Director WILDOMAR DAN YORK Director of Public Works/City Engineer WR COG RUTHANNE TAYLOR BERGER Deputy Executive Director TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE May 19, 2014 Mark Diercks Transportation Engineer ~;\!.? t~~ --------··---------Savat Khamphou {~ /} . ~/ l:'"~l!~ -·-------------#~ ------~--------Lorelle Moe-Luna Senior Planner -----------·--------Bill Enos City Engineer 4-~ ~---'"\ ------------------------Farshid Mohammadi Engineering Manager -------._ __ ------------Mojahed Salama I I I I ----~ ------~------------·--·-----·-·--------------_; ,~-6~ Greg Butler Assistant City Manager -~'~----Janet Morales Administrative Assistant Donna Dean Program Manager ~ J)A-v& &MK/lf11l --------------~----\ L "r. 4, ~ //"--/f--------------------·-------- // TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE May 19, 2014 AGENCY NAME TELEPHONE OR E-MAIL a, ________ ····---------+----------~ (Ji TY () F ffW(lt~o_ V~l,l,6!_ --/_..E;.0 i 5:> ~s I 4-13 , 314'7 /e:tu (;, L£ <a Mo VAL .o __ fl._G_' ---1 ~ . . . . . . ; (2 f ~ fJ _ rt01:JfJ3-5H5 /ch/i':Lkthz.-J,lvt~L~ eh,~ -M/ _ --·---·-;:c1111. °7tJC 111 re 5,1 1 -=v v-Fr~_!i_ LP-. m oji10J4 l...JrtfJllr~~ _(f14)_ 3-.fi_~QCARfeJ. ~--fe i' vers11 ~ ~ Tr411.r/f A9e~r ""J of~04 f 4 f ct-zi-io C~rn tbr -~L~t --~~z-2<1@ r/ver_s-~J~t~Af"/f.CrJ~ {)·'T'/or ~ Ando ~·c~ 1{749'lzz-6f!p11 1~~ eb!zi~~-CJti. /71 -·-·-···-···-·--·---·· -----~ WR C 0 ~ ~~ea.,._.__ --1 '1<;( '1'i>¥ ~ 367-de~i<'C4J6.Ccl2,C/f ._ l<$ ~~ ----'-~----C.....\T'( o S::: R.\'-l£..tz..S\0£ Rt-iL J\\,l.tON Gu\·zadv Ji_51_·1f!J __ ·11·Z3 j~ui~~~-~--~$ Deg 1"\I\"'( 1--llw\..\. ""< t\J. I ~S'\ ~ t<O 510b 11'.~3vj~ v-\u,t-1/)~ci.uA.~ 1q5 --(uJ'l'=S¥t) tfi 0 ~ \:; '-R.; "..,,,..,,, d-., Co"" 11 I . i2.o-y ,..; ., t . . . _ 1-iL )(... _________________ _j_ ___ £r.~ Dell~J.c [ q<Jf) /'~1~ -~ /()·9 ___ _E~Yttk <2,rJc.er-j----f 5 ( -'f-S-5:_-__?-_~2__7__ R n c.< ll ~ V'c. f--J~~ . c't MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, March 17, 2014 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order at 10:03 a.m. at Beaumont City Hall, Conference Room #2, 550 East Sixth Street, Beaumont, CA 92223. 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: Others Present: Armando Baldizzone, City of Blythe Grant Ekland, City of Indio Kelsey Gormley, City of Beaumont Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Jonathan Hoy, City of Coachella Kevin Hughes, City of Beaumont Joe Indrawan, City of Eastvale Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Savat Khamphou, City of Palm Springs Bob Moehling, City of Murrieta Victor Monz, City of Hemet Robert Morin, City of Corona Daniel Porras, City of Desert Hot Springs Patty Romo, County of Riverside Rita Thompson, City of Lake Elsinore Michael Thornton, City of Calimesa Allyn Waggle, CVAG Sean Yeung, Caltrans Dan York, City of Wildomar Grace Alvarez, RCTC Brad Brophy, City of Canyon Lake Eric DeHate, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Jillian Guizado, RCTC Rohan Kuruppu, Riverside Transit Agency Eric Lewis, City of Moreno Valley Rafael Martinez, City of Menifee Shirley Medina, RCTC Lawrence Tai, County of Riverside Tim Wassil, PENCO Engineering Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 17, 2014 Page 2 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Minutes were approved as submitted. 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5. 2013 FTIP UPDATE Eric DeHate, RCTC, reported that SCAG processed Formal Amendments and Administrative Modifications 1-16 to the 2013 FTIP, all of which were approved. RCTC has participated in 15 of 16 amendments submitted with changes to 218 projects. His report included the revised amendment schedule for the 2013 FTIP. New projects and revisions to projects due to the 2013 Multi -funding Call for projects were included in Formal Amendment No. 17 due to SCAG February 25, 2014 with an anticipated approval of April 25, 2014. Also included in Amendment No. 17 are cycle 6 HSIP projects. Changes based on project milestone updates to the 2013 STP Pavement Rehabilitation Call for projects will be included in Administrative Modification No. 18. 6. OBLIGATION AUTHORITY DELIVERY PLAN FY 2013/14 Eric DeHate reminded the TAC that staff asked for assistance in drafting the obligation authority delivery plan for FY 2013/14 by updating respective project schedules in FundTrack. A good majority of the updates were completed by the established deadline of February 14. The Draft FFY 2013/14 obligation plan reflects respective agencies responses and is now the working document to obligate the federal STP and CMAQ funds programmed in FFY 2013/14. Some of the projects included in the obligation plan are not programmed in the FTIP in FFY 2013/14, mainly due to the limitations with programming capacity. However, ready to list projects can be obligated earlier than the year programmed in the FTIP using the expedited project selection process. Based on the current plan, there is enough obligation authority to fund all CMAQ projects. Mr. DeHate encouraged the TAC to submit projects to Caltrans Local Assistance by May 1st to make sure they are deobligated in the current fiscal year. Shirley Medina, RCTC, stated that if federal projects are not in the obligation plan it is because the milestone report shows it in another year. If it can be delivered this federal fiscal year, let staff know so it can be added to the list and Caltrans can expect the project. She further stated that many of the projects will be submitted by the local agencies to District 8 in the June 30/July 1 timeframe; therefore, the agencies should submit their projects as soon as possible to ensure obligation by the end of the federal fiscal year. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 17, 2014 Page 3 7. 2014 STIP UPDATE Ms. Medina reported the STIP was submitted in December and some of the projects that were programmed were carried over and some projects were added. At RCTC's request, the CTC advanced the I-10/Jefferson interchange project that was programmed in 2015/16 to 2014/15. The Temecula French Valley Parkway project had right of way phase funds programmed and construction was moved back a year. 8. ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM — CTC GUIDELINES AND APPLICATION FOR STATEWIDE AND MPO FUNDING Ms. Medina reported that SCAG hosted an Active Transportation Program (ATP) workshop and she provided funding information from that workshop along with ATP 10 Points — Additional Criteria for MPO Regional Share. She said Caltrans is hosting another workshop at the district that will focus on the obligation process. She encouraged the agencies to attend. She pointed out that Caltrans' call for projects is open March 21 to May 21. She also stated that a TAC subcommittee would be convened to address the ATP 10 Points and the subcommittee's recommendation would then go to the Commission. 9. OFFICE OF TRAFFIC SAFETY (OTS) GRANT Patty Romo, County of Riverside, reported that the county is working with the Office of Traffic Safety on a grant to develop a countywide traffic record system that will require input from all the cities. The system will collect traffic collision data and will allow the county to share that information through one database. She said that in order to move forward with the application for the grant, the county would need 90 percent of the cities to be on board. Lawrence Tai, County of Riverside, provided a handout and briefly summarized the Countywide Collision Reporting and Analysis System. He then responded to various questions. M/S/C (Harry/Moehling) to support the Office of Traffic Safety application for Riverside County to develop a county -wide traffic record system 10. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Sean Yeung, Caltrans District 8 stated that a total amount of $150 million was awarded for the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) in 2013 through Cycle 6. A total of $111 million was awarded in the prior cycle. Cycle 7 is being deferred to the spring 2015, as Caltrans is evaluating the program - funding may be $100 million or lower. The annual federal aid series will be May 5 through May 9 at the Mission Inn in Riverside. Registration is open online at the Cal State Sacramento web page. Registration fee is $50.00. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 17, 2014 Page 4 UC Berkeley is holding a Complete Streets Planning and Design workshop in San Francisco June 10 and June 11. The cost is $295 for public agencies. Active Transportation Training (ATP) training 1:00-4:00, April 16 at Caltrans District office. Call Danette Silva (909) 806-3920 if you are interested. Identification will be required to access the building. Call for projects will be discussed as well as eligible applicants. Construction Work Agreements (CWA) — If a project was funded with federal and state funds from FY 2007/08 and 2008/09, and if an agency receives a CWA deadline notice from Local Assistance, the funding is expiring on June 30 of this year, and, the agency will have until April 1 to expense remaining funds. If an agency received a CWA extension for a project funded in the 2007/08 year, the CWA funding availability will be extended to June 30, 2015. If an agency received a CWA extension for a project funded in the 2008/09 year, the CWA funding availability will be extended to June 30, 2016. Mr. Yeung reported that FHWA is having a webinars on safety performance measures one of which is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. regarding notice of proposed rulemaking for the overview of implementation of safety performance requirements of MAP-21 and specific information on the safety performance measures. FHWA is also having a webinar on March 26 regarding everyday counts exchange — contact Danette Silva for additional information if you would like to participate in this webinar. 11. MARCH COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Ms. Medina reported highlights of the March Commission meeting: • Presentation on RCTC's budget and revenue projections; • Legislative update of state and federal issues • Resolutions of Necessity; • SB 821 — the Commission approved the TAC subcommittee's recommendation to go to a biennial cycle with the next Call for Projects in February 2015. A subcommittee meeting is scheduled immediately following this TAC meeting. 12. OTHER BUSINESS A question was raised whether or not a Tiger Grant is being applied for. Shirley Medina stated that RCTC does not have a project and she asked what the TAC is planning regarding project submissions. Palm Springs is considering a trolley; Calimesa is contemplating an interchange, roundabout; Moreno Valley is considering improvements to March Air Base; and Beaumont is considering Phase II for ramps. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 17, 2014 Page 5 13. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:25 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Shirley Medina Planning and Programming Director r AGENDA ITEM 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 19, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Tanya Love, Goods Movement Manager SUBJECT: Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee — Public Workshops STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee's (MSRC) Inland Empire workshop schedule. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As detailed on the attached flyer, a total of three workshops will be held in the Inland Empire to assist MSRC with developing its up -coming two-year work program. At a minimum, the workshop agenda will include: • Identifying project categories to assist the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) in meeting its clean air requirements; and • Discussion of regional clean air priorities and funding needs required to assist the SCAQMD in meeting its goals. As a reminder, the following program categories were funded as a result of MSRC's previous workshop efforts: • Infrastructure Programs - $4.8 million; • Local Government Match Program - $6.5 million; • Vehicles and Advanced Technologies - $9.6 million; and • Transportation Control Measures - $5.5 million. If your agency has a particular project need, the workshops provide an opportunity to identify those needs as well as providing input on funding levels. Here's your chance give the 'ASK your ideas about how to allocate millions of dollars in Clears Transportation Funding The Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) is holding a series of workshops to receive input on its annual Work Program, which distributes approximately $14 million each year to projects designed to reduce emissions from mobile sources in the South Coast Air District. Coachella Valley/ Eastern Riverside County June 24, 2014 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. City of Cathedral City City Council Chambers 68700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero Cathedral City, CA 92234 The workshop agenda will include: • A discussion about how the MSRC can help Improve air quality in the South Coast region and assist the SCAQMD in meeting its clean air requirements • A dialog among stakeholders about their clean air priorities and how the MSRC can help by considering funding for programs to meet these goals 100'3';, p wo i 3 workshops in the Inland Empire Riverside County June 25, 2014 10:00 a.m.- noon RCTC 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Conference Room A Riverside, CA 92502 San Bernardino County June 25, 2014 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. SAN BAG 1170 W. 3rd Street, 2nd Floor San Bernardino, CA 92410 Additional workshops in Los Angeles and Orange Counties to be scheduled Please RSVP to Sam Emmersen at sam@betterworldgroup.com or (818) 563-9111 AGENDA ITEM 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 19, 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 March 17, 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 (RCTC participated in 15 of 16 Amendments). Since then, Formal Amendment No. 17 and Administrative Modification No. 18 were submitted to SCAG/FHWA/FTA encompassing changes to 41 projects combined. The attached Amendment Log identifies the number of projects in each Amendment/Administrative Modification and when it was approved. The most recent amendment submitted to SCAG was Formal Amendment No. 19. It was submitted to SCAG on May 6, 2014 encompassing changes to 22 projects. RCTC anticipates approval of this amendment by the end of June. The following revised table is the schedule of upcoming Formal Amendments and Administrative Modifications up to September 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 7/22/2014 7/29/2014 13-20 Administrative 8/19/2014 8/26/2014 15-01 Formal 9/23/2014 9/30/2014 13-21 Administrative Attachments: 2013 FTIP Amendment Log 13 FTIP State Highways 1-18 13 FTIP Local Highways 1-18 13 FTIP Transit 1-18 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 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 30 2/14/2014 2/25/2014 4/25/2014 4/30/2014 Amendment 18 Administrative Modification 11 3/25/2014 4/1/2014 4/25/2014 4/30/2014 Amendment 19 Formal Amendment 22 4/29/2014 5/6/2014 6/25/2014 Total Number of Projects 281 *RCTC did not participate in this Amendment 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx As of May 12, 2014 5/12/2014 - 12:35 PM Page 1 of 1 AGENDA ITEM 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 19, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: Final Obligation Authority Delivery Plan - Fiscal Year 2013/14 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On April 10, 2014, RCTC submitted the final FFY 2013/14 Obligation Authority Delivery Plan to Caltrans Local Assistance (attached). Staff has also been following up with the local agencies regarding the status of their respective request for authorization (RFA) submittals, in order to better estimate our obligation authority for the year. This exercise will continue until late August 2014. As previously mentioned in our TAC meetings, some of the funding in the current 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) is programmed in future years due to programming capacity issues. If this is the case for your agency's funding, please contact Eric and/or myself to request a concurrence letter from the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), approving the Expedited Project Selection Process (EPSP) to advance your project funding to FY 2013/14. You will need to include this concurrence letter with your submittal to Caltrans. The delivery of projects is essential to our region and to the state, to make sure California does not lose any funding to other states due to under delivery of our Obligation Authority (OA). RCTC counts on your cooperation with the complete RFA submittals and Caltrans Local Assistance cooperation with the timely review of the funding submittals. RCTC's current FY 2013/14 delivery as of April 2014 is approximately 9% of total CMAQ and RSTP OA target for Riverside County. Attachment: FFY 2013/14 Obligation Plan May 12, 2014 8:08 AM RCTC FFY 2013/2014 OBLIGATION PLAN rnevd. tans Lw,oclov • tw n .w✓ 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 Wildomar RIV130401 Clinton Keith Rd Slurry Seal Pavement Rehab 3/1/2014 $136,000 Con PA&ED Y Coachella RIV130402 Grapefruit Blvd. Pavement Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Pavement Rehab 4/15/2014 $215,000 Con PA&ED Y Temecula RIV130401 Winchester Rd. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 4/15/2014 $646,000 Con PA&ED Y Cathedral City RIV130402 East Palm Canyon Dr. Rehab Pavement Rehab 5/1/2014 $337,000 Con PA&ED Y Eastvale RIV130401 Schleisman Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 5/28/2014 $199,000 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 $964,000 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 Riverside County RIV130402 62nd Street Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 6/2/2014 $605,000 Con PA&ED Y Riverside County RIV050534 I-215/Newport Blvd IC Project 6/2/2014 $14,625,000 Con ROW N May use EPSP - Need Concurrence from SCAG Riverside County 47520 1-10/Jefferson St IC IC Improvements 6/2/2014 $14,500,000 Con ROW Cert N May use EPSP - Need Concurrence from SCAG Moreno Valley RIV151204 Various Locations Aqueduct Trail Missing Segments 6/30/2014 $340,000 Eng Pre PA&ED N May use EPSP - Need Concurrence from SLAG Riverside RIV131202 Adams St at 91 IC PA&ED 6/30/2014 $935,000 Eng PA&ED N May use EPSP - Need Concurrence from SCAG Riverside RIV151206 SR 91 Lime to Mulberry Pedestrian Bridge 6/30/2014 $638,000 Eng Pre PA&ED N May use EPSP - Need Concurrence from SCAG Beaumont RIV050535 SR60/Potrero Blvd. Interchange Ph.l IC Project 7/1/2014 $8,929,000 Con ROW v Desert Hot Springs RIV130402 Hacienda Ave & Mission Lakes Blvd. Surface Rehab Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 $182,000 Con PA&ED Y La Quinta RIV130402 Washington St. Improvements Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 5250,000 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 Having 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 Riverside RIV130401 Indiana Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 $1,810,000 Con PA&ED Y RTA RIV151211 Magnolia and University Ave's Limited Stop Service 7/1/2014 $9,212,000 Con PA&ED N date for transferred to FTA- EPSP - Concurrence from SCAG RTA RIV151212 Various locations ITS Fleet service management system 7/1/2014 $4,125,000 Con PA&ED N date for transferred to FTA - EPSP- Concurrence from SCAG Temecula RIV62029 Park and Ride Facility Park and Ride Facility 7/1/2014 $1,301,000 Con PS&E Y May use EPSP - Need Concurrence from SCAG Palm Desert RIV130402 Portola Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 7/3/2014 $336,000 Con PA&ED Y Caltrans RIV010212 SR 91 FROM ADAMS STTO SR60/91/215 IC HOY Gap Closure $8,267,035 Con UC N/A Post Programming for project under construction Caltrans RIV120201 SR60 from Gilman Springs Rd. to 1.47 miles W/O Jack Rabbit Tr. TCL/TDL and shoulder improvements 7/3/2014 7,000,000 Design PA&ED Y Design funds will be prog in FY 15/16 thru A-19; EPSP will be utilized to obligate in FY13/14 Anticipated obligations Current OA Balance- FY 13/14 OA Balance at 9/30/2014 Programming Capacity resulting in EPSP concurrence from SCAG through RCTC $33,427,035 S49.020.509 S15,593,474 $55,991,062 $51,733,989 -S4,257,073 * OA loan will be secured from another county AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 19, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director SUBJECT: City of Moreno Valley — Scope of Work Change for the Traffic Management Center Ph IB STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve the city of Moreno Valley's scope of work expansion for the Traffic Management Center Ph IB. The expanded scope does not change the amount of CMAQ funds approved by the Commission on January 8, 2014 or MSRC funds approved on May 14, 2014. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On January 8, 2014, the Commission approved the city of Moreno Valley's request for CMAQ funding for the implementation of the Traffic Management Center Ph IB in the amount of $2,031,700 and authorized staff to program the funding in the 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP). Subsequent to the January 8, 2014 Commission approval, the TAC and the Commission approved on January 27, 2014 and May 14, 2014 respectively, the Air Quality Mobile Source Air Reduction Program funding in the amount of $490,000 for the Traffic Management Center Ph IB. The revised funding breakdown is currently as follows: PHASE CMAQ Funds Local Funds Other Local - MSRC TOTAL CONSTRUCTION $1,541,700 $268,300 $490,000 $2,300,000 TOTAL $1,541,700 $268,300 $490,000 $2,300,000 The original scope of work was: Construction of ITS, including an Ethernet fiber-optic backbone system, CCTV cameras at 16 key intersections, and new traffic signal controllers at existing 45 signalized intersections. The proposed locations included: • Alessandro Boulevard from Perris Boulevard to Frederick Street; • Perris Boulevard from Ironwood Avenue to Cactus Avenue; • Cactus Avenue from Perris Boulevard to Lasselle Street; • Lasselle Street from Cactus Avenue to Krameria Avenue; • Eucalyptus Avenue from 1-215 to Towngate Boulevard; and • Towngate Boulevard from Eucalyptus Avenue to Frederick Street. Funding adjustments were accurately reflected in the federal funding cooperative agreement for the Multi -Funding Call for Projects. Since the initial approval of January, the city of Moreno Valley re -assessed the project cost based on similar recently bid projects in the area that identified cost estimate reductions. The city of Moreno Valley is requesting approval of scope of work expansion to fully utilize the funding previously approved. The proposed expanded ITS connectivity project is as follows: The deployment of critical field devices and supporting communications system as part of the city's traffic management system; improvements include an Ethernet fiber-optic backbone system and wireless communications, CCTV cameras at 26 key intersections, and new traffic signal controllers/cabinets at 43 existing signalized intersections. The following intersections have been expanded and/or added: Perris Boulevard limits changes from Ironwood Avenue to Cactus Avenue to Ironwood Avenue, across SR-60, to Harley Knox Road in the city of Perris — length increased from 2.5 miles to 6.25 miles. Heacock Street from Cactus Avenue to Ironwood Avenue was added — 2.5 miles of additional ITS connectivity. Ironwood Avenue from Perris Boulevard to Pigeon Pass Road and then from Pigeon Pass Road to SR-60 was added — 2.35 miles of additional ITS connectivity. Staff is supportive of the additional changes as the city of Moreno Valley can deliver a better ITS connectivity project for the original funding approval of $2,031,700 resulting in increased air quality benefit. The associated congestion relief and air quality benefits can greatly help achieve emission reduction targets in our region. AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 19, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director i SUBJECT: CTC - ATP Call for Projects Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Attached is the Active Transportation Program — Metropolitan Planning Organization Regional Program Guidance and Methodology for Assigning Additional Points for Riverside County Project Applications. This item was approved at the May 14, 2014 Commission meeting. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 14, 2014 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: Active Transportation Program — Metropolitan Planning Organization Regional Program Guidance and Methodology for Assigning Additional Points for Riverside County Project Applications BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to approve the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Regional Program Guidance and Methodology for assigning an additional 10 points to Riverside County Active Transportation Program (ATP) project application scores, subsequent to the California Transportation Commission's (CTC) evaluation process. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Per SB 99, the ATP was created consolidating several funding programs intended for improving active transportation, which included federal Transportation Alternative Program funds, Highway Safety Improvement Program funds, and State Highway Account funds. The goals of the ATP are to: • Increase the proportion of trips accomplished by walking and biking. • 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 SB 375 and SB 391. • 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 the benefits of the program. • Provide a broad spectrum of projects to benefit many types of active transportation users. The CTC is responsible for administering the ATP including developing guidelines, project selection criteria, evaluation of projects, and allocation of funds. On March 21, 2014, the CTC released the first Call for ATP projects. Applications are due to Ca!trans by May 21. Agenda Item 9E 135 Funding Availability The ATP is divided into three categories: 50 percent to Statewide, 10 percent to small urban and rural areas, and 40 percent to MPO Urban Areas. The first call for ATP projects includes three years of funding totaling $360 million. The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) region will receive approximately $76 million with the Commission's target share at $8,757,000. Eligible Project Applicants The following agencies are eligible to apply for ATP funds: • Local, regional or state agencies (Caltrans, city, county, MPO, etc.) • Transit agencies • Public schools or school districts • Tribal governments • Natural resource or public land agencies (state or local park or forest agencies, state or local fish and game or wildlife agencies, Department of Interior Land Management agencies, U.S. Forest Service) • Private non-profit tax-exempt organizations • Other entities with responsibility for oversight of transportation or recreational trails that the CTC determines eligible Applicants must comply with all federal and state laws, regulations, policies and procedures required to enter into a local administering agency -state master agreement. Additionally, applicants must adhere to the Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures manual for administering federal funds. CTC Evaluation Criteria The CTC developed project evaluation criteria and will score all project applications. The evaluation criteria include the following: • 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, including identification of the community -based public participation process that culminated in the project proposal, which may include noticed meetings and consultation with local stakeholders. (0 to 15 points) Agenda Item 9E 136 • Cost-effectiveness. (0 to 10 points) • 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. 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) • Applicant's performance on past grants. 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) The CTC will approve projects for the statewide and small urban and rural areas funding on August 20. The CTC will then provide the MPO's a listing of project applications that were not funded from the statewide funds for consideration for funding in the MPO 40 percent urban area regional program. MPO — Regional Program In the SCAG region, SB 99 requires the following: • SCAG must consult with county transportation commissions, the CTC, and Caltrans in the development of competitive 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. MPOs are given the option of developing and approving separate project selection criteria as long as the criteria are consistent with the CTC's guidelines. Given the timing of this first cycle of funding and the need to quickly deliver projects in the region, SCAG opted to use the CTC's adopted project selection criteria. Additionally, SCAG will allow each respective county transportation commission to assign up to 10 points to the CTC's project scores for projects that are consistent with local and regional plans. Each county transportation commission in the SCAG region is responsible for defining "plans" and developing its guidance and methodology for assigning the additional 10 points. In addition, if a county transportation commission assigns points to a project for which it is the lead applicant, an explanation must be provided on how the scoring process resulted in an unbiased evaluation of projects. Applications submitted for planning activities that were not recommended for the statewide funds will be further reviewed by SCAG for inclusion in the 5 percent MPO set aside for planning activities, which may include the development of active transportation plans in Agenda Item 9E 137 disadvantaged communities or non -infrastructure projects. SCAG will also ensure 25 percent of the total regional program is dedicated for projects benefitting disadvantaged communities as required by state law. Per CTC guidelines, "disadvantaged communities" can be determined as follows: • The median household income is less than 80 percent of the statewide median based on the most current census tract level data from the American Community Survey. • An area identified as among the most disadvantaged 10 percent in the state according to latest versions of the California Communities Environmental Health Screening Tool scores. • At least 75 percent of public school students in the project area are eligible to receive free or reduced -price meals under the National School Lunch Program. 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. The Commission Proposed Guidelines and Methodology for Assigning 10 Points Considering this is the first call for projects under the new ATP, staff recommends providing as much flexibility and discretion to Riverside County projects selected for the MPO Regional Program. Therefore, for the purposes of defining consistency with adopted local and regional "plans", plans may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Measure A Expenditure Plan • Riverside County Public Transportation — Annual Countywide Performance Report • SCAG Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)/Sustainability Communities Strategy (SCS) • Western Riverside County Non -motorized Transportation Plan • Coachella Valley Non -motorized Transportation Plan • City/County/School District Bicycle Plans • City/County/School District Pedestrian Facilities • Trail System — Regional or Multi -County Trail System (e.g. Santa Ana River Trail, CV -Link) • Other Consistency with the above and/or similar bicycle and pedestrian plans may include the following project improvements: Extensions, gap closures, safety enhancements, and other physical features that enhance the current or planned facilities or systems, and also encourage and/or increase usage of non - motorized or low emission vehicle transportation. Agenda Item 9E 138 For projects determined to be consistent with local and regional plans, staff will assign 10 points to the CTC project score. Staff will also consult with the respective local or regional agencies regarding the consistency and adoption status of such plans. In addition, staff will consider the following as part of its submittal to SCAG: 1) The requirement that 25 percent of the funds distributed to each MPO must benefit disadvantaged communities as part of its project recommendation; and 2) Geographic equity, consistent with program objectives. Each county transportation commission will submit to SCAG its recommended project list and SCAG, in turn, will submit the MPO Regional Program recommendation (including all six counties within the SCAG region) to the CTC by September 30. The CTC ATP guidelines indicate the ATP MPO Regional Program of Projects will be approved by the CTC in November 2014. ATP funds are administered through the CTC, Caltrans, and FHWA. Therefore, there is no fiscal impact to the Commission's budget. Agenda Item 9E 139 AGENDA ITEM 10 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 19, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: Measure A Local Streets and Roads Submittal — FYs 2015-2019 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Measure A Local Streets and Roads Annual CIP FYs 2015-2019 submittals were due to the Riverside County Transportation Commission on May 12, 2014. As of May 13, 2014, 19 submittals were received. Three agencies requested minor extensions of time; the extensions were granted. There are nine agencies pending the annual submittals. Attachment: Measure A Five Year CIP Submittals FYs 2015-2019 Report Measure A — Five Year CIP Submittals FY 2015-2019 WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY AGENCY SUBMITTAL DATE EXTENSION GRANTED — NEW DUE DATE BANNING May 8, 2014 CALI M ESA CANYON LAKE April 1, 2014 CORONA May 7, 2014 EASTVALE HEMET May 13, 2014 JURUPA VALLEY May 12, 2014 LAKE ELSINORE May 19, 2014 MENIFEE May 12, 2014 MORENO VALLEY May 6, 2014 MURRIETA May 12, 2014 NORCO PERRIS May 7, 2014 RIVERSIDE May 6, 2014 SAN JACINTO TEMECULA May 12, 2014 WILDOMAR RIVERSIDE COUNTY May 12, 2014 EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY AGENCY SUBMITTAL DATE EXTENSION GRANTED — NEW DUE DATE BLYTHE May 13, 2014 May 13, 2014 CATHEDRAL CITY May 8,.2014 COACH E LLA DESERT HOT SPRINGS May 12, 2014 INDIAN WELLS April 11, 2014 INDIO May 12, 2014 LA QUINTA May 6, 2014 PALM DESERT May 14, 2014 PALM SPRINGS May 12, 2014 RANCHO MIRAGE RIVERSIDE COUNTY May 12, 2014 Submittals received are currently under review. RCTC staff may require additional information and/or corrections to the submittals. AGENDA ITEM 11 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11. AGENDA ITEM 12 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 12. Categorical Exclusion Checklist Dist/Co/Rte/PM: Fed. Aid No. (Local Project): EA/Project No.: SECTION 1: TYPE OF CE: Use the information in this section to determine the applicable CE and corresponding activity for this project. 1. Project is a CE under CE Assignment 23 USC 326. 0Yes 0No If "yesH, check applicable activity in one of the three tables below (activity must be listed in 23 CFR 771.117 (c) or (d) list or included in activities listed in Appendix A of the CE Assignment MOU to be eligible for 23 USC 326). Activity Listed in 23 CFR 771.117(c) 10 Activities which do not involve or lead directly to construction such as planning and research activities; grants for training; engineering to define the elements of a proposed action or alternatives so that social, economic, and environmental effects can be assessed; and Federal-aid system revisions which establish classes of highways on the Federal-aid highway system. 20 Approval of utility installations along or across a transportation facility. 30 Construction of bicycle and pedestrian lanes, paths, and facilities. 40 Activities included in the State's highway safety plan under 23 USC 402. 50 Transfer of Federal lands pursuant to 23 USC 107(d) and/or 23 USC 317 when the land transfer is in support of an action that is not otherwise subject to FHWA review under NEPA. 60 The installation of noise barriers or alterations to existing publicly owned buildings to provide for noise reduction. 70 Landscaping. 80 Installation of fencing, signs, pavement markings, small passenger shelters, traffic signals, and railroad warning devices where no substantial land acquisition or traffic disruption will occur. 91 The following actions for transportation facilities damaged by an incident resulting in an emergency declared by the Governor of the State and concurred in by the Secretary, or a disaster or emergency declared by the President pursuant to the Robert T. Stafford Act (42 USC 5121)2: 0 (i) Emergency repairs under 23 USC 125; D {ii) The repair, reconstruction, restoration, retrofitting, or replacement of any road, highway, bridge, tunnel, or transit facility {such as a ferry dock or bus transfer station), including ancillary transportation facilities (such as pedestrian/bicycle paths and bike lanes), that is in operation or under construction when damaged and the action: (A) Occurs within the existing right-of-way and in a manner that substantially conforms to the preexisting design, function, and location as the original (which may include upgrades to meet existing codes and standards as well as upgrades warranted to address conditions that have changed since the original construction); and (8) Is commenced within a 2-year period beginning on the date of the declaration. 100 Acquisition of scenic easements. 11 D Determination of payback under 23 USC 156 for property previously acquired with Federal-aid participation. 120 Improvements to existing rest areas and truck weigh stations. 130 Ridesharing activities. 140 Bus and rail car rehabilitation. 150 Alterations to facilities or vehicles in order to make them accessible for elderly and handicapped persons. 160 Program administration, technical assistance activities, and operating assistance to transit authorities to continue existing service or increase service to meet routine changes in demand. 170 The purchase of vehicles by the applicant where the use of these vehicles can be accommodated by existing facilities or by new facilities which themselves are within a CE. 180 Track and railbed maintenance and improvements when carried out within the existing right-of-way. 1 On the CE form, distinguish between c9i or c9ii 2 Include copy of the emergency declaration in the file n ... --.. .,., c Categorical Exclusion Checklist (continued) Dist/Co/Rte/PM: Fed. Aid No. (Local Project): EA/Project No.: 190 Purchase and installation of operating or maintenance equipment to be located within the transit facility and with no significant impacts off the site. 200 Promulgation of rules, regulations, and directives. 21 D Deployment of electronics, photonics, communications, or information processing used singly or in combination, or as components of a fully integrated system, to improve the efficiency or safety of a surface transportation system or to enhance security or passenger convenience. Examples include, but are not limited to, traffic control and detector devices, lane management systems, electronic payment equipment, automatic vehicle locaters, automated passenger counters, computer- aided dispatching systems, radio communications systems, dynamic message signs, and security equipment including surveillance and detection cameras on roadways and in transit facilities and on buses. 223 0 "Projects, as defined in 23 U.S.C. 101, that would take place entirely within the existing operational right-of-way. Existing operational right-of-way refers to right-of-way that has been disturbed for an existing transportation facility or is maintained for a transportation purpose. This area includes the features associated with the physical footprint of the transportation facility (including the roadway, bridges, interchanges, culverts, drainage, fixed guideways4 , mitigation areas, etc.) and other areas maintained for transportation purposes such as clear zone, traffic control signage, landscaping, any rest areas with direct access to a controlled access highway, areas maintained for safety and security of a transportation facility, parking facilities with direct access to an existing transportation facility, transit power substations, transit venting structures, and transit maintenance facilities. Portions of the right-of-way that have not been disturbed or that are not maintained for transportation purposes are not in the existing operational right-of-way." Existing operational right-of-way also does not include areas outside those areas necessary for existing transportation facilities such as uneconomic remnants, excess right-of-way that is secured by a fence to prevent trespassing, or that are acquired and held for a future transportation project. A transportation facility must already exist at the time of the review of the proposed project being considered for the CE. This precludes the acquisition of right-of-way and the subsequent use of this CE to build within that right-of·wav. 235 Federally-funded projects: Enter project cost $ and Federal funds $ D (i) That receive less than $5,000,000 of Federal funds; or D (ii) With a total estimated cost of not more than $30,000,000 and Federal funds comprising less than 15 percent of the total estimated project cost. Activity Listed in Examples in 23 CFR 771.117(d} 10 Modernization of a highway by resurfacing, restoration, rehabilitation, reconstruction, adding shoulders, or adding auxiliary lanes (e.g., parking, weaving, turning, climbing). 20 Highway safety or traffic operations improvement projects including the installation of ramp metering control devices and lighting. 30 Bridge rehabilitation, reconstruction or replacement or the construction of grade separation to replace existing at-grade railroad crossings. 40 Transportation corridor fringe parking facilities. 50 Construction of new truck weigh stations or rest areas. 60 Approvals for disposal of excess right-of-way or for joint or limited use of right-of-way, where the proposed use does not have significant adverse impacts. 70 Approvals for changes in access control. so Construction of new bus storage and maintenance facilities in areas used predominantly for industrial or transportation purposes where such construction is not inconsistent with existing zoning and located on or near a street with adequate capacity to handle anticipated bus and support vehicle traffic. 90 Rehabilitation or reconstruction of existing rail and bus buildings and ancillary facilities where only minor amounts of additional land are required and there is not a substantial increase in the number of users. 100 Construction of bus transfer facilities (an open area consisting of passenger shelters, boarding areas, kiosks and related street improvements) when located in a commercial area or other high activity center in which there is adequate street capacity for projected bus traffic. 3 On the CE form, identify in the project description that all work is within operation right-of-way. 4 "Fixed Guideway" means a public transportation facility using and occupying a separate right-of-way for the exclusive use of public transportation such as rail, a fixed catenary system (light rail, trolley, etc.) passenger ferry system, or for a bus rapid transit system. 5 On the CE form, distinguish between c23i or c23ii. n---..., _, r -J Categorical Exclusion Checklist (continued) Dist/Co/Rte/PM: Fed. Aid No. (Local Project): EA/Project No.: 11 0 Construction of rail storage and maintenance facilities in areas used predominantly for industrial or transportation purposes where such construction is not inconsistent with existing zoning and where there is no significant noise impact on the surrounding community. 120 Acquisition of land for hardship or protective purposes. Hardship and protective buying will be permitted only for a particular parcel or a limited number of parcels. These types of land acquisition qualify for a CE only where the acquisition will not limit the evaluation of alternatives, including shifts in alignment for planned construction projects, which may be required in the NEPA process. No project development on such land may proceed until the NEPA process has been completed. (i) Hardship acquisition is early acquisition of property by the applicant at the property owner's request to alleviate particular hardship to the owner, in contrast to others, because of an inability to sell his property. This is justified when the property owner can document on the basis of health, safety or financial reasons that remaining in the property poses an undue hardship compared to others. (ii) Protective acquisition is done to prevent imminent development of a parcel which may be needed for a proposed transportation corridor or site. Documentation must clearly demonstrate that development of the land would preclude future transportation use and that such development is imminent. Advance acquisition is not permitted for the sole purpose of reducing the cost of property for a proposed project Activity Listed in Appendix A of the CE Assignment MOU for State Assumption of Responsibilities for Categorical Exclusions 10 Construction, modification, or repair of storm water treatment devices (e.g., detention basins, bioswales, media filters, infiltration basins), protection measures such as slope stabilization and other erosion control measures throughout California. 20 Replacement, modification, or repair of culverts or other drainage facilities. 30 Projects undertaken to assure the creation, maintenance, restoration, enhancement, or protection of habitat for fish, plants, or wildlife (e.g., revegetation of disturbed areas with native plant species; stream or river bank revegetation; construction of new, or maintenances of existing fish passage conveyances or structures; restoration or creation of wetlands). 40 Routine repair of facilities due to storm damage, including permanent repair, to return the facility to operational condition that meets current standards of design and public health and safety without expanding capacity (e.g., slide repairs, construction or repair of retaining walls). 50 Routine seismic retrofit of facilities to meet current seismic standards and public health and safety standards without expansion of capacity. 60 Air space leases that are subject to Subpart D, Part 710, title 23, Code of Federal Regulations. 70 Drilling of test bores/soil sampling to provide information for preliminary design and for environmental analyses and permitting purposes. 2. Project is a CE for a highway project under NEPA Assignment 23 USC 327. 0Yes 0No (Use only if project does not qualify under CE Assignment 23 USC 326 {activities not included in three previous lists above].) 3. Independent Utility and Logical Termini 0 The project complies with NEPA requirements related to connected actions and segmentation (i.e. the project must have independent utility, connect logical termini when applicable, be usable and be a reasonable expenditure even if no additional transportation improvements in the area are made and not restrict further consideration of alternatives for other reasonably foreseeable transportation improvements). (FHWA Final Rule, "Background," Federal Register Vol. 79, No. 8, January 13, 2014.) 4. Categorical Exclusions Defined (23 CFR 771.117[a]). FHWA regulation 23 CFR 771.117(a) defines categorical exclusions as actions which: • do not induced significant impacts to planned growth or land use for the area; • do not require the relocation of significant numbers of people; • do not have a significant impact on any natural, cultural, recreational, historic or other resources; • do not involve significant air, noise, or water quality impacts; • do not have significant impacts on travel patterns; or • do not otherwise, either individually or cumulatively, have any significant environmental impacts. 0 Checking this box certifies that project meets the above definition for a Categorical Exclusion. n---., _, t: Categorical Exclusion Checklist (continued) I •1 Dist/Co/Rte/PM: Fed. Aid No. (Local Project): EA/Project No.: 5. Exceptions to Categorical Exclusions/Unusual Circumstances (23 CFR 771.117[b]). FHWA regulation 23 CFR 771.117(b) provides that any action which normally would be classified as a CE but could involve unusual circumstances requires the Department to conduct appropriate environmental studies to determine if the CE classification is proper. Unusual circumstances include actions that involve: • Significant environmental impacts; • Substantial controversy on environmental grounds; • Significant impact on properties protected by section 4(f) of the DOT Act or section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act; or • Inconsistencies with any Federal, State, or local law, requirement or administrative determination relating to the environmental aspects of the action. All of the above unusual circumstances have been considered in conjunction with this project. (Please select one.) D Checking this box certifies that none of the above conditions apply and that the project qualifies for a Categorical Exclusion. D Checking this box certifies that unusual circumstances are involved. However, the appropriate studies/analysis have been completed, and it has been determined that the CE classification is still appropriate. SECTION 2: Compliance with FHWA NEPA policy to complete all other applicable environmental requirements6 prior to making the NEPA determination: During the environmental review process for which this CE was prepared, all applicable environmental requirements were evaluated. Outcomes for the following requirements are identified below and fully documented in the project file. Air Quality D Air Quality Conformity Findings Checklist has been completed and project meets all applicable AQ requirements. D For 23 USC 326 projects which require an air quality conformity determination (certain projects under 23 CFR 771.117(c)(22) and (23), list the date of the Caltrans conformity determination: __ D For 23 USC 327 projects, list date of FHWA concurrence on conformity determination: __ Cultural Resources D Section 106 compliance is complete-select appropriate finding: D Screened Undertaking D No Historic Properties Affected D No Adverse Effect D Adverse EffecUMOA Noise 23 CFR 772 0 Is this a Type 1 project? 0Yes; 0 No (skip this section.) D Future noise levels with project either approach or exceed NAC or result in a substantial increase If yes, D Abatement is reasonable and feasible 0 Abatement is not reasonable or feasible Waters, Wetlands • Section 404 of the Clean Water Act Impacts to Waters of the US: 0Yes 0No If yes, approval anticipated: D Nationwide Permit D Individual Permit D Regional General Permit D Letter of Permission • Wetland Protection (Executive Order #11990) 0 No wetland impact D Wetland Impact; Only Practicable Alternative Finding is included in a separate document in the project file • Section 401 of the Clean Water Act D Exemption 0 Certification Floodplains • Floodplains (Executive Order #11988) D No Floodplain Encroachment 0 No Significant Encroachment D Significant Encroachment 6 Please consult the SER for a complete list of applicable laws, statutes, regulations, and executive orders that must be considered before completing the CE. n---A .... ~ C r-'"'···--· ,...., ,.,n,. 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Aid No. (Local Project): EA/Project No.: Biology 0 No Section 7 Needed • Section 7 (Federal Endangered Species Act) Consultation Findings (Effect determination) 0 No Effect 0 Not Likely to Adversely Affect with FWS/NOAA Concurrence Date: __ 0 Likely to Adversely Affect with Biological Opinion Date: __ • Essential Fish Habitat (Magnuson-Stevens Act) Findings (Effect determination): 0 No Effect 0 No Adverse Effect 0 Adverse Effect and consultation with NOAA Fisheries Section 4(f) Transportation Act (23 CFR 774) • Section 4(f) regulation was considered as a part of the review for this project and a determination was made: 0 Section 4(f} does not apply (Project file includes documentation that property is not a Section 4(f) property, that project does not use a Section 4(f) property, or that the project meets the criteria for the temporary occupancy exception.) 0 Section 4(f) applies 0 DeMinimis 0 Programmatic: Type __ (List one of the five appropriate categories as defined in 23 CFR 77 4.3) D Individual: 0 Legal Sufficiency Review complete D HQ Coordinator Review Complete Section 6(f)-Was the above property purchased with grant funds from the Land and Water Conservation Fund? 0 No, Section 6(f) does not apply. No additional documentation required. 0Yes D Documentation of approval from National Park Service Director (through California State Parks) has been received for the conversion/and replacement of 6(f) property. Coastal Zone Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972 D Not in Coastal Zone D Qualifies for Exemptions D Qualifies for Waiver D Coastal Permit Required D Consistent with Federal State and Local Coastal Plans D Federal Consistency Determination Relocation and Right of Way D No Relocations D Project involves __ (#) relocations and will follow the provisions of the Uniform Relocation Act. D No right of way acquisitions or easements. D Project involves __ (#) acquisitions and __ (#) easements. Hazardous Waste and Materials • Are hazardous materials or contamination exceeding regulatory thresholds (as set by U.S. EPA, Cal EPA, County Environmental Health, etc) present? 0Yes 0No • If yes, is the nature and extent of the hazardous materials or contamination fully known? 0Yes 0No If no, briefly discuss the plan for securing information: SECTION 3: Certification Based on the information obtained during environmental review process and included in this checklist, the project is determined to be a Categorical Exclusion pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act and is in compliance with all other applicable environmental laws, regulations, and Executive Orders. Prepared by: Title: Signature: Date: n ... -.-1:: .... &c r:'-1... ... ,--• of,_ ...,l"\.f A Preliminary Environmental Screening Review Tool In order to provide the most "complete and accurate review" possible, please use this checklist, prior to submitting to Caltrans, to insure all areas of the PES form have been completed correctly. 0 The most current PES form has been downloaded and filled out from: http: I lwww. dot. ca. gov/hq/LocalPrograms/ env. htm 0 All Maps/attachments are attached. Please note that all of the maps listed on the PES Form are required. Maps should be consistent with the project description and at a minimum scale of l" = 200'. 0 FTIP section of PES filled out correctly. Programming for FSTIP: Identify the fiscal year and dollar amount programmed in the FSTIP for each phase of the project (preliminary engineering, right of way, and construction}. Verify dates for Final Design are they reasonable and attainable. DProvided a detailed Project Description, including preliminary design information that describes the project. Note: Define what "other roadway improvements or other pertinent work" as this will result in additional questions. ~ the exact location and project limits, including detours; ~ location of disposal/borrow sites, and equipment staging (if necessary) or statement that the contractor will be responsible for the staging area; ~ description of any right-of-way requirements, including any temporary construction easements; ~ depth of excavation (as needed) of the work required (include cross section(s), if available); and, ~ information regarding tree and/or shrub removal (clearing and grubbing). O Answers on the "Notes" pages at the end of the PES form addressed adequately and addressed correctly. Insure there are no PES inconsistencies between checkboxes versus notes. 0 Local Agency Signatures l! ~ Local Agency Staff or Consultant Signature: This is the name and telephone number of the person that performed the preliminary environmental investigation and completed the PES form. ~ Local Agency Project Engineer Signature: This is the name of the local agency representative (typically the person having responsible charge for the project, that is, Public Works Director or City Engineer). They sign the PES form when they are satisfied that the form and all supporting documentation is "complete and sufficient." Contact: Chris Benz-Blumberg, Senior EP, Local Assistance NEPA Assignment Coordinator Office# 909-383-5789 or Email: chris_benz-blumberg@dot.ca.gov ' Local Assistance Procedures Manual Chapter6 Environmental Procedures Flowchart 6-1 PES Form and Categorical Exclusion (CE) Process Flowchart LOCAL AGENCY I. Develops complete project description & detailed map --r .--+ 2. Reviews relevant literature, maps & inventories l 3. Requests technical l _ information I 4. Verifies research fmdings in the field (Site Visit) ! 5. Completes PES Form 1 6. Signs PES Form. Sends to DLAE 16. Begins final design 22. Prepares APE Map. Obtains DLAE & DisL PQS signatures on L..._ APE map prior to commencing with ~ Section I 06 studies • 21. Prepares Scope of Work/ Consultant Contract t 20. Requests Early Coordination Meeting 23. Completes required technical studies + 24. Sends completed technical reports to DLAE -..... 30. Modifies reports as needed. Resubmits to DLAE • ..... 38. Inserts date & CE Form on Request for Auth. To proceed with next phase . Begins final design. Sends list/summary of all mitigation comments & copies of permits to the DLAE ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------·---------------------------------------------------------------~~-;~--~-;;;;::~ s:~-i:.~:~:,-,:;;:;---------37. Re-verifies project is in --------------------------------------------. '·'::copy of signed PES Form to LA FSTIP. Signs CE Form. --------•• ,.. ,_., ....,,m...,.~ DLAE '· """' ""~;,mm.. "· -""a<'=• "· -,..;.. u ""'""'•AN~A FSTIP Returns to LA. Advises LA transmittal letter to begin final design to LA 8. Reviews PES Fonn & maps. Forwards to SEP, returns to LA or schedule field review 18. Reviews PES Form. Meets with Dist. SEP to discuss projecL Returns signed PES Form to LA 25. Forwards technical reports to Dist.SEP • a compliance may begin final design • -----------------------I --L-------· I -I -----1-----~------· 36. Returns signed CE to DLAE. l Updates LP2000 A Dist. SEP (or designee) for Local Assistance • 9. Requests Dist PQS conduct Section 106 Screening r+1 11. Reviews & sign PES Form I I I I unher techni~ ~ r-::i/ ~ •rtsrequired~ No 12. Completes CE l Checklist Project meets criteria for CE Yes 13. Signs CE y l ~ 17. Prepares transmittal letter to LA. Forwards signed PES Form & transmittal letter to DLAE. Updates LP2000 • 26. Reviews technical reports. Updates LP2000 28. Summarizes comments in transmittal letter. Sends to DLAE ct • Technical reports mplete & sufficient'? I + I 35. Signs CE Fonn l ~ 33. Prepares transmittal Jetter. Action does not meet criteria for CE. Recommends prep. of EA/EIS. ~ Yes I IJJI Yes project meet criteria for CE? 32. Completes & signs CE Checklists Form. Updates LP2000 • 31. Initiates informaVformal consultation • 39. Updates LP2000 mitigations permit screens ------------------------1----J_\ 14. ::~~~~~~_;t~::orm •:I ----~--------------------------------------------------------------------Dist.PQS OB 13-02 Fws PES Form. Screens project under Section 106. Completes questions l in Section A and Sections B, C, D, & G. Signs PES Form. Returns signed PES to DisL SEP. 27. Reviews & informs DisL SEP of adequacy, or provides list of deficiencies Page 6-31 March 14, 2013 Fact Sheet for Categorical Exclusions for Projects within an Existing Operational Right-of-Way and Projects Receiving Limited Federal Funding -Effective February 12, 2014 On January 13, 2014, the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration published a Final rule in the Federal Register which amends 23 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 771.117 to add two new categorical exclusions (CEs) to the "c" list. These new CEs are effective February 12, 2014. The first new CE is for projects which take place entirely within the existing operational right-of-way, and the second new CE is for projects receiving limited federal funding. The new CEs were required by Sections 1316 and 1317 ofthe Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21•t Century Act (MAP-21). • As with all CEs, consideration must be given to the following: o Compliance with NEPA requirements related to connected actions and segmentation (i.e. the project must have independent utility, connect logical termini when applicable and not restrict further consideration of alternatives for other reasonably foreseeable transportation improvements) (FHWA Final Rule, "Background," Federal Register Vol. 79, No. 8, January 13, 2014.) o Compliance with all other federal and state statutes and regulations such as the Clean Water Act, Section 4(f), Section 106, FESA, CESA, CEQA, etc. o 23 CFR 771.117(a) which defines categorical exclusions as actions that: • do not induce significant impacts to planned growth or land use for the area; • do not require the relocation of significant numbers of people; • do not have a significant impact on any natural, cultural, recreational, historic or other resources; • do not involve significant air, noise or water quality impacts; • do not have significant impacts on travel patterns; • or do not otherwise, either individually or cumulatively have any significant environmental impacts. o 23 CRF 771.117(b) which defines unusual circumstances as: • significant environmental impacts; • substantial controversy on environmental grounds; • significant impacts on properties protected by Section 4(f) or Section 106; • or inconsistencies with any federal, state, or local law, requirement, or administrative determination relating to the environmental aspects of the action. • As noted in Chapters 30 and 34 of the SER, a project description that describes the need, purpose, location, limits, right-of-way requirements, and activities involved has been a longstanding requirement on the Categorical Exemption/Categorical Exclusion (CE/CE) form. The project description will be critical for these new two types of CEs because some congestion relief projects could meet the criteria for a CE. In these cases, additional technical studies would be required, including an air quality conformity determination. • As always, choose the CE best suited for the project. Due to the many limitations placed on these CEs (explained below), these CEs should only be used if the project does not qualify for another CE under 23 CFR 771.117 (c) or (d) or Appendix A of the CE Assignment MOU. 02-12-2014 Page 1 Fact Sheet for Categorical Exclusions for Projects within an Existing Operational Right-of-Way and Projects Receiving Limited Federal Funding -Effective February 12, 2014 Projects within an Existing Operational Right-of-Way -23 CFR 771.117(c)(22) • "Existing operational right-of-way refers to right-of-way that has been disturbed for an existing transportation facility or is maintained for a transportation purpose. This area includes the features associated with the physical footprint of the transportation facility (including the roadway, bridges, interchanges, culverts, drainage, fixed guideways 1 , mitigation areas, etc.) and other areas maintained for transportation purposes such as clear zone, traffic control signage, landscaping, and rest areas with direct access to a controlled access highway, areas maintained for safety and security of a transportation facility, parking facilities with direct access to an existing transportation facility, transit power substations, transit venting structures, and transit maintenance facilities. Portions of the right-of-way that have not been disturbed or that are not maintained for transportation purposes are not in the existing operational right- of-way." • Existing operational right-of-way also does not include areas outside those areas necessary for existing transportation facilities such as uneconomic remnants, excess right-of-way that is secured by a fence to prevent trespassing, or that are acquired and held for a future transportation project. A transportation facility must already exist at the time of the review of the proposed project being considered for the CE. This precludes the acquisition of right-of-way and the subsequent use of this CE to build within that right- of-way. • Accurate right-of-way requirements are critical when utilizing this CE, because if new right-of-way is required at the time a re-evaluation is done (start of final design and completion of PS&E), then the CE will no longer apply. The project will either have to meet the criteria for a different CE, or an environmental document will have to be prepared. Projects Receiving Limited Federal Funding-23 CFR 771.117(c)(23) • Projects receiving limited federal funding are: o Federally-funded (in whole or in part) projects: 1. That receive less than $5,000,000 of Federal funds; or 2. With a total estimated cost of not more than $30,000,000 and Federal funds comprising less than 15 percent of the total estimated project cost (all phases are included in the estimated project cost). • There must be federal transportation funds AND an FHWA or FTA approval for the project to qualify. • Accurate cost estimates are critical when utilizing this CE, because if the above limits are exceeded at the time a re-evaluation is done (start of final design, acquisition of "a substantial portion" of the needed right- of-way, and completion of PS&E), then the CE will no longer apply. The project will either have to meet the criteria for a different CE, or an environmental document will have to be prepared. A re-evaluation would also be triggered if there is an increase in the amount of federal funds for the project beyond the established thresholds and there is still an FHWA and/or FTA action that needs to be taken when these changes occur. For example, if FHWA approvals or grants are needed during construction, another re- evaluation would be triggered. There is no provision for inflation or for small cost increases above the established thresholds. 1 "Fixed Guideway" means a public transportation facility using and occupying a separate right-of-way for the exclusive use of public transportation such as rail, a fixed catenary system (light rail, trolley, etc.) passenger ferry system, orfor a bus rapid transit system. 02-12-2014 Page2 -· sC .:RN CALIFORNIA ·~ ASS.OCIATlON of COVERNri'lEN'TS 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside Cotmty State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) ~·-~··· . ··s ·x .,l• ·~·, .·~·~-1 _.....,,._ ".~· ~,,_.,, .. M '""' ,. ""'"'~ ·t. -~· .... .,,,., -~:"''"'1r··;--:"'':"~-~·""1l[J' ·\""""""'',.'"~.._.,,.,.......~, ProJectll:J • •Countyr ~ Air Basin~ -MoqelP · • ~-~ ; '· · RTF?. 16,:;.···~~ · ' , l?,f.Cigram~ j,J:3o'atef!&~ih!£k...:.!:Ena"L · :~stefit:::JWN:':::t~nfofmity ¢alegoryf · -~ · 1l' Amendment RIV070310 Riverside SCAB 3TK04MA12 CAN74 10 6.7 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 26,000 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON 1-10 NEAR BEAUMONT: ADD/CONSTRUCT NEW EASTBOUND TRUCK CLIMBING LANE FROM SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY LINE TO l-10/SR60 JCT (EA: 35300) [Fund I EN~ RIWI CONI Totaq Prlorj 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016j 2016/20171 2017/2018j Totatj ;AGENCY . 4,150 4,150 4,150 4,150 R1voro:ffcffotar ·-·--· --·-' 4,150 4,150 4,150 4.150 Coµnty ~mendmentl Riverside 0 Description: PTC 38,400 Agency CALIMESA ON 1-10/SINGLETON RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN 2 TO 4 THROUGH LANES (WOODHOUSE TO CALIMESA BLVD), RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS -EB ENTRY 1 TO 2 LNS W/ HOV PREFERENTIAL LN, WB EXIT 1TO3 LNS, ADD EB EXIT RAMP (3 LNS), WB ENTRY RAMP (2 LNS WI HOV PREFERENTIAL LN), INCLUDE EXTENDED RAMP ACCEUDECEL LNS, RELOCATE CALIMESA BLVD/SINGLETON RD INTERSECTION. ADD SB EXTENDED DEDICATED RIGHT-TURN LN IEA: OF980 Fund I ~--RIWI CONI Totaq Priori 2012/20131 2013/2014f. 2014/20151 2015/2016[ 2016720171 2017/20181 Totaq CITY FUNDS ! 2,000 5,000 31,400 38,400 2,000 5,000 31,400 38,400 -Rfvo6011'7'Totai ' 2,000 5,ooo 31,400 38.400 2,000 5,ooo 31.400 38,400 ProjectlD Jr County, ·Amendment RIV060116 Riverside 0 Description: PTC 51,500 Agency 1-10/CHERRY VALLEY BLVD IC: RECON/WIDEN 2 TO 5 & 6 THRU LNS (3 NB+2&3 SB) FROM E/O CALIMESA BLVD TO APPROX W/O ROBERTS RD, RECON/WIDEN RAMPS-EB ENTRY 1TO2 LNS W/ HOV LN, RECONFIGURE/WIDEN AS HOOK RAMPS WB ENTRY 1 TO 3 LNS W/ HOV LN & WB EXIT 1 TO 2 LNS, WIDEN EB EXIT RAMP 1 TO 2 LNS, RELOCATE/WIDEN CALIMESNCHERRY VALLEY BLVD 2 TO 4 LNS. & INCLUDE EXTENDED RAMP ACCEUDECEL LNS IEA: OG170 Fund ENGi RIWj CONI Totaq Priori 2012/2013 ; CITY FUNDS 2,000 10,200 39,300 51,500 2,000 .. R'iV066T1lftOia1 -. 2,000 10.200 39,300 51,500 2.000 ProjectlD" RIV060115 2013/2014 10,200 10,200 2014/2015 2015/2016 39,300 39,300 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 51,500 51,500 Amendfi;'~~t 6 Description: PTC 25,425 Agency BEAUMONT AT 1-10/0AK 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: 0 Fund I ENGi RIWI CONI Totaq Priori I . CITY FUNDS 1,200 1,300 22,925 25,425 400 2012/2013 2013/zol~ln-201412015j 2015720161 201612onr2cff7/201s1 Totaq 800 1,300 22,925 25,425 RTV06of-rs·-ra1ar-· · · -·· --· 1.200 1.300 22.925 25,425 400 800 1,300 22,925 25,425 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM Page: 1of17 l ,. SOUTHERN CALIFORNlA ASSOOIAllON of ,GOVERNMENTS ProjectiQ RIV060124 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 34,764 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN BANNING ON SUNSET AVE AT 1-10 FROM S/O RAMSEY ST TO S/O LINCOLN ST: LOWER SUNSET AVE TO CONSTRUCT NEW 4-LANE UC AT UPRR CROSSING (NON-CAPACITY) AND RECONSTRUCT THE 1-10 IC RAMPS TO MEET THE NEW STREET GRADE (SAFETEA-LU CA438. #1261) !EA:33471 Fund I ______ ENGj -R/WI-CON! TotaJ! Priori 2012/2013] 201372014 : CMAQ i 10,000 10,000 'BEM6-SAFETEA:rn --·I 1,440 1,440 1,440 PROJEc'fs6F'NAf16NAL ANb 7,500 7,500 7,500 REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE sfPLoCAL ___ ---··--------·c1WF'LWbs-• WESTERN I~TVtOMF . TRADE CORRT56R .PROG-RAM RIV06o121ffo-tBI -ProjectlD 45580 ' .. { 700 736 2,500 406 3,200 1,142 1,482 1,482 1,482 1,436 700 736 2,906 1,500 1,406 10,000 10,000 10,000 30,422 34,764 2,200 22,564 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 10,000 10,000 Description: PTC 35,393 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY Total 10,000 1,440 7,500 1,482 1,436 2,906 10,000 34,764 NEAR PALM SPRINGS ON 1-10 AT GENE AUTRY TR/PALM DR IC FROM 1-10 IC SOUTH TO SALVIA ROAD -WIDEN 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES, 1-10 IC IMPROVEMENTS, WIDEN/MODIFY RAMPS FROM 1TO2 LNS (SAFETEA LU CA451 #1369) (EA: 45580 ~-----------1-----'-------' I Total[ --PilorT 201212013[ 20131201~1__ 2014/20-15[ 2015/20161 201612011] 201112018[ Total! 115 10,415 10,415 10,415 Fund I ENG I R/W CON . TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM bEMo:sAFETEA:tu .......... -···-• EASTERrfl~iv TUMF i-Rl\Tc6sAl.ES tii5( fRAFi=lcc6FJ<3I:~st16iTREL1Ei=-4558() Tofar 981 1,978 980 1,979 1,961 3,957 10,· 2,200 2,200 2,200 3,430 6,389 6,389 3,430 6,389 6,389 10,000 10,000 10,000 29,475 35,393 25,393 10,000 Description: PTC 12,699 Agency AT 1-10/MONTEREY AVE IC-RECONFIGURE IC: CONSTRUCT NEW WB ENTRY RAMP AND REALIGN/RELOCATE WB EXIT RAMP (EA: OF050) 2,200 6,389 6,389 10,000 35,393 jFund I ENGj RIWj CON! Totalj Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016j 2016/20171 2017/20181 Total] '.CMAQ l 1,771 1,771 1,771 1,771 ;ll'E:M'o-:-i'E'..\-:ff----------1 990 990 990 990 :c1iY-FON6s -i 669 1,500 2,169 2,169 2,169 '.~Y~~~~-~~!~-=----·-~~~--: 669 1.500 2.800 4,969 2,169 2,800 4,969 !STATE LOCAL PARTNER j 2,800 2,800 2,800 2,800 -R:ivo312·oarotai _______ ---· 1,338 3,ooo 0,361 12.699 4,338 0,361 12.699 Print Date: 4/3( 3:50:16 PM 2of17 SO' 'RN CALIFORNIA i~.JtlTIONGf GOVBlNl'i~ENnl 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) ProjectlD;_ H County· ., . .., ......... WO ... 1111 """""~'"'' u_~ ,qu• .. ~-~.: .. • __ . 1,_ ••• '""~•u.111··.;.•-,vu .. lliOJ~L..11 ..... ~~u-... '-•tY,,,,,w"~~.Y~~J;· ... •:.-~ .. ~vu1v1.11111.y,vou::i:~~·yi ·:.··~~... . : l"\111c11u1.11ic1u"! 1 RIV031209 Riverside SSAB RIV031209 CAXT7 10 44.8 46.6 -. . . . . ... Description: PTC 71,993 Agency AT 1-10/PORTOLA AVE (BNo/ MONTEREY iC & COOK IC): CONSTRUCT NEW 6 THRU LANE PORTOLA AVE IC FROM DINAH SHORE DR TO VARNER RD & RAMPS (EB & WB EXIT 3 LNS, EB & WB ENTRY 2 LNS, EB ENTRY LOOP RAMP 2 LNS, ENTRY INCL HOV LN, WIDENING INCLUDES BRIDGE OVER UPRR & RELOCATENo/IDEN VARNER 2 TO 4 LNS, ADD EBNo/B AUX LNS MONTEREY TO PORTOLA AND PORTOLA TO COOK). EXTEND 4TH WB LANE COOK TO PORTOLA (EA: OF120K Fund ENG! RNolj -CON[ Total! Priorj 2012/2013 , STP LOCAL 1 275 1 275 rc1fYFUN5S. -.... -2,835 12,099 55: 784 70: 718 "ruvo:H209To1a1· · --..... 2,835 12,099 51.059 11,993 835 835 2,000 2,000 2013/2014 2014/2015 12,099 12,099 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 1,275 55,784 57,059 Description: PTC 81,117 Agency R_IVERSIDE COUNTY Total 1,275 70,718 71,993 AT 1-10/JEFFERSON ST IC: RECONSTRUCT, REALIGN, & WIDEN IC 2 TO 6 LANES (SOUTHERLY OF VARNER RD TO UPRR), WIDEN RAMPS, ADD NEW ENTRY RAMPS, INCLUDING RAMP METERING INO HOV PREFERENTIAL LANE INCLUDED). ADD ACCEUDECEL LANES AT WB ENTRY AND EB EXIT 1<1/4 MILE). AND ADD DEDICATED RIGHT-TURN LANES. (EA: 47520 Fund l ENGl ____ RIWI CONI Totall Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/201~2-016/2017T2017/2018 STP LOCAL 14,500 14,500 14,500 '.AGENCY -9,110 3,100 20,947 33,157 3,010 9,200 20,947 ~sfiF> /\oifANcE-tof.J:R1P 33,310 33,310 33,310 'sDkf= Ac-E '(RANS Pf~OG -RIP 150 150 150 '4152-ofofar· ----------9,260 3,100 68,757 81,111 3,160 9,200 54,257 14,500 Description: PTC 47,000 Agency INDIO ON 1-10 IN INDIO AT MONROE ST IC: RECONSTRUCTNo/IDEN IC FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES INCLUDING BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL FROM AVENUE 42 TO S/O WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL. RECONSTRUCTNo/IDEN RAMPS 1TO2 LANES. AND EXTEND RAMPS WITH ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES IEA: OK730K Total 14,500 33, 157 33,310 150 81,117 Fund I _ENG! --· Rm! coNT ---rofa1r -Prlorr --201212·o_f3[-2013120141 2014120151 201s120161 2016120111 2011120181 Total CITY FUNDS ! 5,000 2,000 7,000 5,000 2,000 7,000 RIV07125·fiotal --. ... .. -5,000 2,000 7,000 5,000 2,000 7,000 J;1.meiidn:i~11tl -0 Description: PTC 56,000 Agency ON 1-10 IN INDIO AT JACKSON ST IC (at PM 55.575): RECONSTRUCTNo/IDEN IC FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES INCLUDING BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL FROM SHOWCASE PKWY TO SOUTH OF WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL, RECONSTRUCTNo/IDEN RAMPS 1 TO 2 LANES, MODIFY TRAFFIC SIGNALS 'Fund rn ···--· I ENG! RM'.l ___ ~ONJ Totalj Priori 2012/2013! 2013/2~14j 2014/2015[ 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018r Tofalj I CITY FUNDS I 5,000 2,000. 7,000 5,000 2,000 7,000 'RIV0712S2Tofar-·-__ .. . _, ... J 5,000 2,000 7,000 5,000 2,000 7,000 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM Page: 3 of 17 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~----------------------------~----SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOOIA'mlN of G~r~ens 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) ProjecttD" J' County, -RIV071253 Riverside r Description: PTC 27,000 Agency INDIO ON 1-10 IN INDIO AT GOLF CENTER PKWY IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC FROM 4 TO 6 THROUGH LANES INCLUDING BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL BETWEEN AVENUE 44 TO S/O WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL, RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS 1TO2 LANES, AND EXTEND RAMPS WITH ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES [Fund ~ RIWI CON! Total_! Prior! 2012/2013j 2013/2014j 2014/2015j 2015/2016j 2016/2017j 2017/2018j Total! 'CITY FUNDS 5,000 2,000 7,000 5,000 2,000 7,000 -RIV07-f2'5fTotaf ___ -------5,000 2,000 7,000 5,000 2,000 7,000 Description: PTC 45,164 Agency COACHELLA ON 1-10 IN EASTERN COACHELLA (AT 5.5 KM E/O DILLON RD & 14.6 KM W/O CACTUS CITY SRRA): CONSTRUCT NEW 6 THROUGH LANE MCNAUGHTON PKWY IC (3 LANES EACH DIR. APPROX 1/2 MILE N/O AND S/O 1-10), EB EXIT RAMP (3 LANES), WB EXIT RAMP (2 LANES), EB & WB ENTRY RAMPS (1 LANE), EB & WB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (1 LANE) WITH EXTENDED RAMP ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES IEA: 45210 Fund [ ENG[ u-R/'Wj CON! Total[ Prior[ 2012/2013[ 201312014[ 2014/2015[ 2015l2016j 2016/2017[ -2017/2018[ Total CITY FUNDS ' 2,000 5,101 38,063 45,164 2,000 5,101 38,063 45,164 RIV63o9oT Total' ---2,000 5, 101 38,063 45, 164 2,000 5, 101 38,063 45, 164 Project!P __ U _ County_ . . II Air Basin Model Amendment RIV110302 Riverside SSAB 4 Description: PTC 3,998 Agency ON 1-10 IN THE CITY OF BLYTHE -PROVIDE NEW W/B ON AND W/B OFF RAMPS TO HOBSON WAY APPROX 3,500" W/O EXISTING RAMPS TO RIVIERA DR/INSPECTION STATION. THE NEW RAMPS WILL REPLACE EXISTING CONNECTION TO RIVIERA DR. [Fund L ENGi RIWI CONj Totalj Pr:i~ 2012120131 2013120141 2014120151 201512016[ 2016/2017f!Ol7/2Cf1l'.f[ ---f6tal] :STPLOCAL ' -810 810 810 810 AGENCY----- . 2,655 2,655 2,655 · c1w1=mros·· -·---····1 485 48 533 485 48 RIV11b-3o2-Totaf 485 48 3,465 3,998 485 48 3,465 Description: PTC 41,222 Agency l-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 1TO3, NB EXIT 1 TO 4, NB ENTRY 1TO3 & RECON SR79S. 2,655 533 3,998 [Fund j _____ ~!'l~---~ CONj Totalj Priorj 2012/2013! 2013/2014! 2014/2015j 2015120161 2016/2017j 201712018! Tota~ 'DEMO-SAFETEA-LU : 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,600 :c1fYflTN6S·------·-----~ 3,423 3,012 15,411 21,846 6,435 15,411 21,846 fWESTEffi.rnfvfrn.Xf' -------j 100 4,452 13,224 17,776 4,552 13,224 17,776 'R.iV62o31tOiai'-----------3,523 7,464 30.235 41.222 10.987 30.235 41.222 Print Date: 4/3( 1:50:16 PM 4of17 SQ ASS :RN CALIFORNIA moN of GOVERNMENTS Pfojecucii" rdl County .• 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) RIV031215 Riverside SCAB RIV031215 CAX71 15 5.5 9.6 Description: PTC 187,691 Agency TEMECULA 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\ IEA:43270 Fund : DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 'cTtY FONDS. :WESTERN RIV f@F 1.--·--· ._, ___ ..... -·· --·-!STIP ADVANCE CON-RIP ·RTVo3·12:is-ra1ar-· ···--l -·~-· ~...i ENG 4,147 13,008 17, 155 RN/ 6,105 13,363 5,000 24,468 CON 1,440 58,989 49,094 36,545 146,068 Total 1,440 69,241 75,465 41,545 187,691 Prior 201212013 10,252 26,371 36,623 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 5,000 5,000 Description: PTC 28,974 Agency TEMECULA 2016/20171 2017/2018 1,440 58,989 49,094 36,545 146,068 Total 1,440 69,241 75,465 41,545 187,691 FRENCH VALLEY PKWY (FVP)-PHASE 1: 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 11 TO 3 LNS\ IEA: 43270 Fund ENG! RNIJ _____ '?~---· Total! Prior! 2012/2013! 2013/2014!_~014/2015]_ 20107W!0) 2016/2017J 201712018 Total 3,639 25,335 28,974 CITY FUNDS 2,352 684. 603 3,639 1,591 2,048 'WESTERt.fRiv·rmXF . 196 5,746 19,393 25,335 3,284 22,051 9!H:2o2rofa1 2,548 6,430 19,996 28,974 4.875 24,099 A:roendme·nf Description: PTC 1,706,347 Agency 1-15 -SBD CO LINE TO JCT 1-15/1-215: CONSTRUCT 4 HOT LNS (2 HOT LNS EA DIR) FROM SBD CO LINE TO HIDDEN VALLEY PKWY AND FROM CAJALCO RD TO SR-74; CONS 2 MF LNS (1 LN EA DIR FROM SBD CO LINE TO SR-74 ·CONS 2 HOT LNS 1 HOT LN EA DIR FROM HIDDEN VALLEY PKWY TO CAJALCO RD· CONS 2 HOV LNS 1 LN EA DIR FROM SR74 TO JCT 1-15/1-215. Fund ENGj RN/ CON Total Prior 201212013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018 Total :AGENCY ! 170,635 51,190 1,484,522 1,706,347 170,635 51,190 1,484,522 1,706,347 ·R1vo112s1 tCita1 110.635 51, 190 1,484,522 1.106.347 110.635 51.190 1,484,522 1.106,347 Description: PTC 8, 100 Agency MURRIETA AT 1-15/MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD IC-CONSTRUCT NEW NB LOOP ON RAMP AND REALIGN EXISTING NB OFF RAMP (EA: OJ650K) jFund I ENGi RN-Ji CON! Total! Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2orn2018r -HTotalJ ~C__l_'.:°_~UNDS __ --· ----··-·-· _J 1,800 4,000 2,300 8,100 3,800 4,300 8,100 RIV080901 Total 1,800 4,000 2,300 8,100 3,800 4,300 8,100 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM Page: 5of17 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ~ ASSOCtATlO:NofGOVERN:~ENTS ProjectlD_"~L _ County, RIV100106 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 13,132 Agency MURRIETA IN SW RIVERSIDE COUNTY -1~15/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 CAL TRANS STANDARDS. Fund I ENGi R/WI CONJ Total! Priori 2012/20131 2013720141 2014/20151 2015/2~2016/20171 2017/2018 ~ITY_FUNDS____ ___ __I 3,232 3,500 6,732 3,232 3,500 RIV CO SALES TAX ' 2,900 2,900 2,900 's1'Ai"E fdcAU'>AiffrilER "RTv100166 Total Counti Riverside 3,500 3,500 3,500 3,232 9,900 13,132 3,232 9,900 Description: PTC 71,838 Agency LAKE ELSINORE Total 6,732 2,900 3,500 13, 132 AT 1-15/RAILROAD CYN RD IC & 1-15/FRANKLIN ST: CONSTRUCT NEW FULL IC AT FRANKLIN ST, RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN FRANKLIN ST QC 2 TO 4 LNS, RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RR CYN UC 4 TO 6 LNS (SUMMERHILL DR TO CASINO RD), ADD AUX LNS FROM NEW FRANKLIN ST IC TO RR CYN RD, ADD RAMP ACCEUDECEL LNS AT RR CYN RD AND FRANKLIN ST, REALIGN MAIN ST SB ENTRY RAMP. REPLACE NB ENTRY/SB EXIT RAMPS AT RR CYN W/ HOOK RAMPSIEA: OA440 . Fund r ENGi -R!Wr---coN~-fofalr---Priori-2012120131 2C113120141 2014120151 201512016 I 2015120111 201112018 INTERSTATE MAINTENANC 238 238 238 CITY.FUNDS 600 19,000 19,600 600 · W-ESTERN RN fUMF 1,000 6,000 45,000 52,000 R1vo102osroiai · · --· 1.600 6,230 64.ooo 11.030 1,000 1,600 6,000 6,238 Description: PTC 58, 199 Agency 19,000 45,000 64,000 Total 238 19,600 52,000 71,838 AT 1-15/CAJALCO RD IC NEAR CORONA: DESIGN, RECONST/REALIGN & WIDEN CAJALCO RD FROM 2 TO 6 THRU LNS FROM TEMESCAL CYN RD TO BEDFORD CYN RD, RECONST/WIDEN SB ENTRY FROM 1-2 LNS, SB EXIT FROM 2-5 LNS, NB ENTRY FROM 1-2 LNS, NB EXIT FROM 2-4 LNS, ADD AUX LNS BTWN NB ENTRY AND NB EXIT TO EL CERRITO RD AND BTWN SB ENTRY FROM EL CERRITO RD AND SB EXIT. ($840/$600 TOLL CREDITS IN ENG/ROW TO MATCH DEMO Fund I ENGi R/Wl CON[ Total! Priori 201212013 2013/2014 DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 4,200 2,999 7,199 7,199 AG-ENCY _______ -·-46,000 46,000 WE-STERNRiv-TrniF 5,000 5,000 Rivo10268Tcitaf· ---4,200 2,999 51,000 58,199 7,199 2014/2015 46,000 5,000 51,000 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Description: PTC 62,750 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY ON 1-15 NEAR THE CITY OF NORCO -CONSTRUCT NEW SCHLEISMAN RD IC (6 THROUGH LANES) AND RAMPS (2 LANES) AND NB/SB AUX LANE BETWEEN SCHLEISMAN RD IC AND LIMONITE RD IC (EA: OE140K Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016120171 2017/2018 :COUNTY 1,000 20,000 39,000 60,000 1,000 20,000 39,000 Print Date: 4/3( 3:50:16 PM Total 7,199 46,000 5,000 58, 199 Total 60,000 6of17 SC :RN CALIFORNlA ·~ ASb-..-t«TIOM ofGOVERNt':ENTS WESTERN Riv Tl.IMF --"RWoso532T6tai---· · County Riverside 2,750 3,750 20,000 2013 Federal Transportatio11 improvement Program Riverside County 39,000 State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 2,750 62,750 (In $000's) 2,750 3,750 20,000 39,000 2,750 62,750 A'menciment Description: PTC 38,114 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT l-1S/LIMONITE AVE IC -WIDEN IC 4 TO 6 LNS, WIDEN NB AND SB EXIT RAMPS 1TO2 LNS, ADD 2 LANE LOOP RAMPS IN THE NB AND SB DIRECTIONS & WIDEN LIMONITE AVE FROM HAMNER TO WINEVILLE 4 TO 6 LNS (APPROX 1 Mil IEA: OE150K Fund I ENG I R/\N] --CON :COUNTY --l 3,914 7,200 25,000 iWE'sfERN "R1\/i"UMF ,_ .. __ J 2,000 RIVOT1233 Total ___ ... 3,914 7,200 27,000 Total Prior 36,114 3,914 2,000 38, 114 3,914 201212013 201312014 7,200 7,200 2014/2015 25,000 2,000 27,000 Description: PTC 14,120 Agency 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 201712018 Total 36, 114 2,000 38, 114 i;!f'''\/"'•t:":r' l\inendm·ent• 13 IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -RECONSTRUCT INDIAN STX-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). Fund . ENGi R/\Nj CON! --Totaq----PiiorT ___ 2012T2013 CITY FUNDS 1,350 770 12,000 14,120 'Rivo11242 Tofcir----·-· 1,350 110 12,000 14, 120 ProjectlQ~ RIV041052 2013/2014 500 500 2014/2015 1,620 1,620 2015/2016 12,000 12,000 Description: PTC 40,700 Agency MORENO VALLEY 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 14,120 14,120 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 12 LANES). ADD WB AUX LANE. AND INSTALL RELATED DRAINAGE AND ASSOCIATED WORK IEA: 32303). Fund -J: ENGi R/Wr-CONI Totalj Priori 2012120131 20137Wf4[--2014720151 2015/2016] 2016120171 2017/2018 JCITYFUNDS : 3,500 10,300 26,900 40,700 11,800 28,900 .RTVO•ff052Totai ------.J 3,500 10,300 26,900 40,700 11,800 28,900 Description: PTC 52,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY AT SR-60/REDLANDS BLVD-WIDEN OC FROM 2 TO 6 THRU LANES; WIDEN WB EXIT & ENTRY RAMPS FROM 1 LANE TO 2 LANES AT EXIT/ENTRY, 3 LANES AT ARTERIAL AND HOV AT ENTRY; WIDEN EB EXIT & ENTRY RAMPS FROM 1 LANE TO 2 LANES AT EXIT/ENTRY AND HOV AT ENTRY; ADD AUX LANES 1000' EACH DIRECTION WEST OF IC AND 1700' EACH DIRECTION EAST OF IC . Fund l ENG! RlWI CONJ Total'' [DEVELOPER FEES I 7 ,000 11,000 34,000 52,000 .__RIV080902Total-·-·---··--.. 7,000 11,000 34,000 52,000 Prior 201212013 7,000 7,000 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 11,000 11,000 2016/20171 2017/2018 34,000 34,000 Total 40,700 40,700 Total 52,000 52,000 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM Page: 7 of 17 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ~ ASSOCIA110Nof OOVERNMENTS 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 54, 113 Agency MORENO VALLEY AT SR-60!THEODORE ST IC: WIDEN OC FROM 2 TO 6 THRU LANES; WIDEN WB EXIT/ENTRY RAMPS FROM 1 LN TO 2 LNS AT EXIT/ENTRY, 3 LNS AT ART. W/ HOV AT ENTRY; WIDEN EB EXIT RAMP FROM 1 LN TO 2 LNS AT EXIT AND 3 LNS AT ART.; WIDEN EB ENTRY RAMP FROM 1 LN TO 2 LNS W/HOV; ADD EB LOOP ENTRY WITH 2 LNS AT ART. AND 1 LN AT ENTRY; ADD AUX LNS 1700' EACH DIR WEST OF IC & 1200' EB AND 2200' WB EAST OF JC -RTP 3M0801 !Fund -ENGi RM'! CON! TotaJI PriorJ 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016j 20~ 2017/2018j TotaJ! STP LOCAL 964 964 964 964 DEVELOPEFfFEES 5, 149 8,000 40,000 53, 149 5, 149 48,000 53, 149 RIV080904Totai--6,113 8,000 40,000 54,113 6,113 48,000 54,113 Description: PTC 70,000 Agency AT SR-60/GILMAN SPRINGS RD IC -REALIGN GILMAN SPRINGS RD/REMOVE EXISTING EB/WB RAMPS; WIDEN OC FROM 2 TO 6 THRU LANES; WB EXIT IS 1 LANE WIDENING TO 2 LANES THEN TO 3 LANES AT ARTERIAL, WB LOOP & EB ENTRY RAMPS FROM 1 LANE TO 2 LANES W/ HOV; WIDEN EB EXIT RAMPS FROM 1 LANE TO 2 LANES AT EXIT AND 3 LANES AT ARTERIAL; ADD AUX LANES TO WEST OF IC 1200' EB AND 2200' WB jFund i----~--RM'I CONj Totalj Priorj ~012/2013j 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20_!..?.L~~2018I Total] DEVELOPER FEES ' 7,000 14,000 49,000 70,000 7,000 14,000 49,000 70,000 RlV0-80903 Total 7,000 14,000 49,000 70,000 7,000 14,000 49,000 70,000 ~JililJ EXEMPT -93.126 26.5 s 17 Description: PTC 111,282 Agency CAL TRANS ON SR-60 NEAR BEAUMONT: CONSTRUCT NEW EASTBOUND AND WESTBOUND TRUCK LANES FROM GILMAN SPRINGS RD TO 1.47 MILES WEST OF JACK RABBIT TRAIL AND UPGRADE EXISTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SHOULDERS TO STANDARD WIDTHS (10-FT INSIDE SHOULDER AND 10-FT OUTSIDE SHOULDER) (EA: ON69U). $802.9 TC WILL BE UTILIZED FOR CMAQ ENG IN FY 15/16. !Fund _l_~_"!_§_L_ _______ ~ CONj Totalj Priorj 2012/2013j 2013120141 2014/2015j 2015/20161 __ ?.016/20i![ 2017/2018c=fofall FFY 2006 APPROPRIATIONS . 2,546 2,546 2,546 2,546 EARMARKS crJ/i·a--· . 7,000 26,800 33,800 7,000 26,800 33,800 SDRFACETRAN·s PRO"G-HR4a·18 492 492 492 492 1R11.i"cos..\i..E:s-fAX SHOPP~-Ai5VANCE--. CONSTRUCTION STIP ADVANCE CON:·RIP Rfv12020--rrotai ·· Print Date: 4/31 3:50:16 PM 3,500 13,538 450 550 1,000 18,309 28,700 22,935 96,744 18,309 32,650 23,485 111,282 2,000 3,038 2,000 1,950 550 2,500 18,309 28,700 22,935 76,944 26,800 18,309 32,650 23,485 111,282 8of17 SC: ~-':RN CALIFORNlA mnN nrlllAfNl\1\ENTS 2013 Federal Transportatio,, improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) F?r6Ject1D · tr'" . cou"nJy.. 11 AlrJ3,a§in· II M'cfdlJt]P ·:~,;'e':(Q~ . · ~:~: 'lfR't~f;mllti9~~ill£J~~:~:m--RIV05o535 Riverside SCAB RIV050535 CAX71 60 28.03 30.42 Description: PTC 79,746 Agency. BEAUMONT ON SR60 BTWN JACK RABBIT TR & SR60/1-10 JCT: PH1-CONST. NEW POTRERO 6 LN OC (3 LNS EACH DIR) W/TEMP CONNECT TO WESTERN KNOLLS (EA34141/34143). PH2: NEW IC ON/OFF RAMPS. CONST. WB/EB EXIT & ENTRY RAMPS (2 LNS) & WB/EB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (2 LNS) (ENTRY RAMPS INCL HOV LANE), INCL EB/WB AUX LNS AT EXIT RAMPS, REALIGN WESTERN KNOLLS AVE. AND REMOVE WESTERN KNOLLS AVE CONNECTION TO SR60 (EA34142/34143l. Fund I _ ENGi RIWI CON[ Totaq Prior DEMO-SAFETEA-LU i 1,440 1,440 ,. ___ ----····---·--··---------. -... --l SECTION 129-SURFACE I 1,470 1,470 :TRANSPORTATION PRIORITIES . i Section 125 -Surface Transportation 1 855 855 • Priorities ! rsuRFACE-fRANs· PR6G : 750 750 'STPLOCAL 8,929 8,929 201212013 2013/2014 1,440 1,470 855 750 8,929 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 1,440 1,470 855 750 8,929 fc1T? FU.N.DS Rivo56535Total-· ·-----· · 11,530 11,530 2,270 52,502 66,302 13,800 8,102 44,400 66,302 2,270 65,946 79,746 13,800 21,546 44,400 79,746 ~r..oJecUD. ~·k~ -~---··.•.1? !f ~.,: __ •~m ..,,..."'"',Ar.-_: .... ·~-... ":":":..~"'"'~.,, ·:-."' •; ... .,.L'!i"w--_'\•.s:,• -.,,..,!-~""~·~--·-··.1u.;;aJ.!:':~~ RIV091007 . . -. -. Description: ·PTC 5,200 Agency 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. [Fund--~~ I ENGi R!Wj CON! TotaJ! Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 T~ 'CITY FUNDS ; 700 700 700 700 "WESTE'f~i'fRfi/'fOMF j 1,000 3,500 4,500 1,000 3,500 4,500 RfVa9·1001 Total --·· · ----100 1.000 3,500 5,200 1,100 3,500 5,200 Projec!IO~ U · Counti_ RIV050517 Riverside Description: PTC 6,422 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON SR74 IN/NEAR HEMET FROM CALVERT AVE TO CALIFORNIA AVE: CURVE, MEDIAN, & PAVEMENT WIDENING (NON CAPACITY) (EA ON3600) [FuiiCl-J ENGi RIWI CONj TotaJ! Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totatj : RIV CO SALES TAX 670 2,252 3,500 6,422 2,922 3,500 6,422 .RIV0555f7fotal -. .. --.. ' 670 2,252 3,500. 6,422 2,922 3,500 6,422 County Am·enament Riverside Description: PTC 1, 125,438 Agency ON SR79 IN SOUTHWESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY BETWEEN 2.0 KILOMETERS SOUTH OF DOMENIGONI PKWY TO GILMAN SPRINGS ROAD: REALIGN AND WIDEN SR79 FROM 2 TO 4 THROUGH LANES. !Fu-rid----~ I ENGi R!Wj C~NI Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013120141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018l _____ Tofal] : FFY 2006 APPROPRIATIONS I 693 693 693 693 ,EARMARKS ! !DEMo:sAFETEA:ur·-----·-· -1 2160 2160 2160 2,160 t I '-t Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM Page: 9 of 17 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GGVERNMENTS -5E1-io-:feA"-ii l lt.ocl\l="AiSV-ANCED---· ·------j ~CONSTRUCTION--------_____ J AGENCY I ; ·-----i sof.Jbs :TotAC -r·c1fY i=Ui\ios--:WESTERN RIV tlfflF --Rive2024·tc;rar-----l i -J 4,222 24,149 42,500 1,055 25,659 100,438 67,000 166,500 16,500 250,000 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 4,222 4,222 65,000 156,149 4,149 30,000 57,000 65,000 710,000 919,000 142;500 66,500 710,000 1,055 1,055 42,159 13, 159 29,000 775,000 1, 125,438 25,438 201,500 123,500 775,000 Description: PTC 2,364 Agency TEMECULA AT HWY 79 SO AND LA PAZ ST: ACQUIRE LAND, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT PARK-AND-RIDE LOT-157 SPACES. 4,222 156, 149 919,000 1,055 42,159 1, 125,438 [Fund I ENGi RJWI CONj !~ Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014120151 2015120161 2016/20171 2017/2018j Total! 'CITY FUNDS . 85 188 1,422 1,695 273 1,422 1,695 _sfAfE-Ai32766 92 577 669 92 577 669 -RIV62029'fotal -------. 177 188 1,999 2,364 365 1,999 2,364 Description: PTC 17,328 Agency AT SR86S/AVENUE 52 (FROM APPROX 1.57 KM S/O AVE 52 TO 0.52 KM S/O AVE 50): CONSTRUCT 6 LANE IC AND RAMPS (2 LANES), REALIGN/RELOCATE POLK ST (APPROX 1 MILE E/O AVE 52/POLK ST INTERSECTION) AND AVE 52 (APPROX y, MILE E/O POLK sn INCLUDE EXTENDED RAMP ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES (EA: OC960 Fund ___ __J_ ENGi RIWJ__ CONJ -TofalJ rnnPnoj[ _____ 2012/2013[--2013/2014J 2014/20151 2015/20161_ 2016/2017] 2017/2018 AGENCY ! 3,466 1,665 12,197 17,328 3,466 13,862 RiVoif274'fOtaT • 3.466 1,665 12,197 17,328 3.466 13,862 l ProJebub·· :;::;;..;;r& RIV061159 Riverside RIV061159 CAX70 86 21.6 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 24,640 Agency COACHELLA AT SR86S/AVENUE 50: WIDEN AND CONSTRUCT NEW 6THROUGH LANE IC FROM E/O COACHELLA STORMWATER CHANNEL BRIDGE TO EIO TYLER ST. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE: Total 17,328 17,328 EXTENDED RAMP ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES, RELOCATE/REALIGN AVE 50 AND TYLER ST, BIKE LANES, SIDEWALKS, AND RECONSTRUCT TRAFFIC SIGNALS (SAFETEA LU 1702. CA583. #2543) IEA: OC970 Fund DEMO-SAFETEA-LU '/\i3"ENc·l" ·R1vo61·159 Total Print Date: 4/3 3:50:16 PM ENG 800 2,896 3,696 R/W 3,060 3,060 CON 17,884 17,884 Total ---800 23,840 24,640 Prior 2012/2013 800 700 1,500 2013/2014 2014/2015 2,196 2,196 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 3,060 3,060 17,884 17,884 Total 800 23,840 24,640 10of17 sq :RN CALIFORNIA ~ AS21,.. moN of GOVERNMENlS 2013 Federal Transportatio11 improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 11.55 Description: . PTC 1,344,829 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON SR-9111-15: SR91 -CONST 1 MF LN (SR71-115)/1 AUX LN VAR LOCS(SR241-PIERCE) (OC PM 14.43-18.91), CD SYSTEM (2/3/4 LNS MAIN-115), 1 TOLL EXPR LN (TEL) & CONVERT HOV TO TEL EA DIR {OC-115): 115-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). Fund I ENGi R/Wl CON! Total!· --Priori 2012/20131 20-13/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2()f6/2{)17l 201712018 :TRANSPORTATION I 444,117 444,117 444,117 i INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE & UtJRQY!ff!Ql'J.6GT ... 'AGENCY ~RIV co SALES-TAX ; NAtiONALHWYsvstE~f:Rf P ---! "------·--··-----·---....... -.I ,STATE LOCAL PARTNER 'Rlvo1125ofc>tar--------· . ProjectlD _ JJ Gounty, RIV070308 Riverside 244,990 157,730 244,990 157,730 421,646 824,366 32,000 792,366 37,173 37,173 37,173 2,000 2,000 2,000 37,173 37,173 37,173 942,109 1,344,829 34,000 1,310,829 Total 444,117 824,366 37,173 2,000 37, 173 1,344,829 Description: PTC 123,397 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) AT SR91/71 JCT: REPLACE EB 91 TO NB 71 CONNECTOR WI DIRECT FLY-OVER CONNECTOR, AND RECONSTRUCT THE GREEN RIVER ROAD 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. Fund I -ENGj ·-----RJWT-CON1=-Totalj P-norJ-~2b12J2~2cff3/2014J--2d1472015j 2015J2016j 2016/20171 2017/2018 FFY 2006 APPr<urr<11' 11uN;:, ----··-·-··-. 990 990 990 EARMARKS DEMO-SAFETEA-LU·--D-Er\:{o~ TEA21 :·sURFACE t-RANS-PRbcf :-sDRFACETRANSPRC)G·:-Hf{4sra: '.AGENCY---. ---;R-IVCO sAU:s TAX : st'AtECASH ~-Rip 'ruvc>7o3oa totai-__ ... -.. --F'rojectlD, _ ft County.~ RIV131202 Riverside 7,504 3,196 1,000 5,273 16,973 796 739 959 3,484 8,300 3,196 1,000 739 959 102,940 102,940 5,273 102,940 123,397 7,504 3,196 1,000 5,273 16,973 796 739 959 3,484 102,940 102,940 Description: PTC 1,100 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE -SR-91 AT ADAMS STREET INTERCHANGE: RAMP RECONFIGURATIONS OF EAST BOUND ON AND OFF RAMPS AT ADAMS ST (PA&ED ONLY). Total 990 8,300 3,196 1,000 739 959 102,940 5,273 123,397 !Fund ENGj RIWI CONJ Totaq PriorJ 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totaf] i STP LOCAL 935 935 935 935 'cn'YFUNDS----165 165 165 165 RIV13f2o2''f'oTaf ------,_ 1,100 1,100 1,100 1,100 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM Page: 11 of 17 'mJVCKNL\~lS ProjecJIQ/JI · . · County RIV071246 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) Description: PTC 24,366 Agency COACHELLA IN CITY OF COACHELLA-CONSTRUCT NEW (NON-CAPACITY) AVE 52 GRADE SEPARATION OVERHEAD STRUCTURE SPANNING OVER UPRR MAINLINE TRACKS AND GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/HWY 111, FROM SHADY LN TO APPROX 600 FT. E/O INDUSTRIAL WAY/TYLER ST. IMPROVEMENTS INCL: RECONFIG CONNECTION FROM AVE 52 TO GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/HWY 111, BIKE LNS, SIDEWALKS, RETAINING WALLS, RECONST TRAFFIC SIGS/DRIVEWAYS, REMOVE EXISTING AT-GRADE CR !ft.ind ____ H__ ENG! RIWI CON! TotaJI Pfiorl 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totaq 'FFY 2009 Appropriations Earmarks 380 380 380 380 !CMAC:i" ---·---2,362 7,818 10,180 2,362 7,818 10,180 -c1fY-f:iJNDs ... . 306 2,500 2,806 306 2,500 2,806 PRiVATEFLiNBS-.. -' 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 ; fR"A5e-coffR:io6R PROGRAM. Rivo7124ifrotai--· -·-10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 2,668, 2,500 19,198 24,366 2,668 21,698 24,366 County• Amendment, , . Riverside 0 Description: PTC 17,000 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN PALM SPRINGS HWY 111 (VISTA CHINO) WIDENING: HWY 111 FROM 5 TO 6 THRU LNS (ADD A 3RD WB LN) BTWN VOL TURNO RD AND SUNRISE WY, INC. INT IMP@ SUNRISE WY/HWY 111 & FARRELL DR/HWY 111; AND WID. FROM 4 TO 6 THRU LNS (ADD A 3RD WB & EB LN) BTWN VOL TURNO RD & GENE AUTRY TR, INC. INT IMP AT GENE AUTRY TR/HWY 111. OTHER IMP INC. INT IMP(@ HWY 111/ INDIAN CYN DR & PALM CYN DR/HWY 111. Fund I ENGi R/WI CON! Total Prior CITY FUNDS 2,000 5,000 10,000 17,000 Rivo91oosroiar ···--·· 2.000 5.ooo 10.000 11,000 ProJecua RIV110122 201212013 2,000 2,000 2013/2014 5,000 5,000 2014/2015 2015/2016 Description: PTC 13,000 Agency CAL TRANS 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 10,000 10.000 Total 17,000 17,000 ON 1-215 IN SW RIVERSIDE COUNTY FROM MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD TO 1-21511-15 JUNCTION, CONSTRUCT A THIRD MIXED FLOW LANE SOUTHBOUND (WIDENS 1-21511-15 CONNECTOR FROM 2 TO 3 LANES . Fund r ENG! -RJWr--HCONJ Total[ Prior) 201mo1~--.~mT372014r--2of4720-15r·201512016j 2016/20171 2017/2018 STPLOCAL ! 1,215 10 1,225 1,215 10 ... ---·--~·----· ---····· ! RIV CO SALES TAX · 1,800 1,800 1,800 '----·------·-·-.. -l SHOPP ADVANCE t 990 10 1,000 . CONSTRUCTION (ACl:.GI !-11~_Q.13_! RIV110122 Total 'County Riverside 4,005 20 4,025 1,800 990 10 2,205 20 Description: PTC 2,488 Agency MURRIETA Total 1,225 1,800 1,000 4,025 ON 1-215 AT LOS ALAMOS RD IC -INSTALL LANDSCAPING AND IRRIGATION IMPROVEMENTS TO THE 1-215/LOS ALAMOS ROAD INTERCHANGE (SAFETEA-LU 2005 SEC. 1702. HPP #3140). jFund I ENGi RIWI CONI Totaq Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016! 2016/20171 2017120181 Totatj I DEMO-SAFETEA-LU I 1,440 1,440 1,440 1,440 Print Date: 4/31 3:50:16 PM 12 of 17 SO 'RN CALIFORNIA ~ ASS\tA.JATION of GOVERNMENTS 'cfl'YfO"N6s______ ---------l ·ruvo112"rrtota1--------------· 500 500 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program 548 1,988 Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 1,048 2,488 500 500 548 1,988 NON-EXEMPT 8 1,048 2,488 Description: PTC 126,411 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON 1-215 IN SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY FROM SCOTT RD TO NUEVO RD IC: CONSTRUCT A MIXED FLOW LANE IN EACH DIRECTION AND RECONSTRUCT AUX LANES BETWEEN DST IC AND NUEVO RD IC IEA: OF162 Fund I RIV CO SALES T AA , f-co'R-Rl5c5R'MoslLTTYPR6GRAM -·~ '-sfATECASH-:-RIP-----------. -i fS1'1'PABvfiJicE c·of..J:R:ii> -1 '-----------------..... ____ __J RIV070309 Total Count9 Riverside ENG R/W 12,400 3,210 9,392 21,792 3,210 CON 6,630 38,779 56,000 101,409 Total 22,240 38,779 9,392 56,000 126,411 Prior 15,610 9,392 25,002 2012/2013 6,630 38,779 56,000 101,409 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 Description: PTC 12,000 Agency MURRIETA 2016/20171 2017/2018 IN SW RIVERSIDE COUNTY -1-215/KELLER RD. IC: REPLACE EXISTING 2-LN 1-215/KELLER RD. UNDERPASS WITH A NEW 4-LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR 500' EAST AND WEST OF 1-215 CL) IC, INCLUDING LEFT TURN LANES IN EACH DIRECTION, AUXILIARY LANES AT THE SB OFF-RAMP (APPROX. 1300'), ADD 2-LN NB/SB OFF RAMPS AND 2-LN NB/SB ON-RAMPS W/HOV, SIDEWALKS, AND REALIGN ANTELOPE RD APPROX 1/4 Ml EAST. Total 22,240 38,779 9,392 56,000 126,411 !Fund ENGi RJWI CON! ~-~~~ 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/2017TW'f'T7~r(}18j Totalj BONDS -LOCAL 7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 :-DEVELOPER·F-EES-2,000 3,000 5,000 1,000 3,000 1,000 5,000 RIV1o(ff{)f'Totai" --------2,000 3,000 7,000 12,000 1,000 3,000 1,000 7,000 12,000 County l\mendmenf Riverside 0 Description: PTC 76,000 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT 1-215/SCOTT RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES BTWN E/O ANTELOPE RD & HAUN RD, RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS-NB EXIT 1 TO 3 LNS, NB ENTRY 2 TO 3 LNS, SB EXIT 1 TO 4 LNS, SB ENTRY 1 TO 2 LNS, ADD NB EXIT LOOP RAMP (2 LNS) & SB ENTRY RAMP (3 LNS), ENTRY RAMPS INCLUDE HOV LN, RAMPS INCLUDE EXTENDED ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LNS. ADD EXTENDED RIGHT-TURN LNS IEA: OA020 Fund I ENG\ RJWI CONJ Total\ Prior 'COUNTY 2,400 16,500 57, 100 76,000 18,900 'R1vo11232iotai · -·-----· 2,400 16,500 51,100 76,ooo 18,900 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM 2012/2013 57,100 57,100 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016120171 2017/2018 Total 76,000 76,000 Page: 13 of 17 r SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ~ ASSOCIA'TTON of GOVERNMENlS Projectlb RIV050534 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 36,450 Agency AT 1-215/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: OJ440 Fund I ENG I RMI CON .___ Totalj Prior! 2012/2013! 2013/20141 --2014/2015f 2015/20161 2016/2017j-2017/2018I Total! , STP LOCAL I 14,625 14,625 14,625 14,625 :coUNTY --.. ----·' 350 17,875 18,225 350 17,875 18,225 WESTERNRIV fDMF -; 3,500 100 3,600 3,600 3,600 ---···-----·-· -----·--____ .! RIV050534 Total 3,500 450 32,500 36,450 3,950 17,875 14,625 36,450 Description: PTC 21,000 Agency 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 1-215 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 IEA: OP420l. Fund I ENG I RMI CITY FUNDS RiV09f6"i2 Toial 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 CON 15,000 15,000 Total 21,000 21,000 Prior 3,000 3,000 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 3,000 3,000 Riverside SCAB 3M04WT014 NCR88 215 27.3 28.3 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 4,100 Agency PERRIS 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 15,000 15,000 Total 21,000 21,000 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 1-215 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. Fund I ENG 1.,;11YFUNDS WESfERN-RiVTUMF ·R1V131ooo Tolar· -500 500 RMI CON 1,700 1,900 3,600 Total 2,200 1,900 4,100 Prior 2012/2013 2013/2014 500 500 2014/2015 1,700 1,900 3,600 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 Total 2,200 1,900 4,100 Description: PTC 212,500 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION {RCTC) ON 1-215 FROM NUEVO RD TO BOX SPRINGS RD: CONSTRUCT 2 HOV LANES (1 LANE IN EACH DIRECTION)-PA&ED. !Fund =i ENGi RIWj CON! Total[ Priori 2012/2013J 2013/2014\ 2014/2015\ 2015/2016\ 2016/20171 2017120181 -raaq i RIV co SALES TAX I 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 R.l\/071276 Tota-I -----------..... 8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 Print Date: 4/3' 3:50:16 PM 14of17 'RN CALIFORNIA ...... .ATI:O ofGtJVERNf.M:N1S PfojecilD RIV050533 2013 Federal Transportatior1 improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 65,370 Agency MORENO VALLEY AT 1-215/CACTLJS 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 INCL HOV), EXTEND NB AUX LN BTWN ALESSANDRO BLVD SOUTH TO CACTUS AVE NB ENTRY LOOP RAMP & ADD DEDICATED RT-TURN LNS IEAOE760 Fund I ENGi RJWI CON! TotcilJ Priori 2012/2013[ 2013120141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018 j DEVELOPER FEES 1 22,300 22,300 22,300 [~~~!~-~~~~~~~~~!-··-··-····-.... J 12,370 5,700 25,000 43,070 1,800 10,570 5,700 RIV050533 Total 12,370 5,700 47,300 65,370 1,800 10,570 28,000 I?foJectlD" 01210 Description: PTC 782, 720 Agency CAL TRANS 25,000 25,000 Total 22,300 43,070 65,370 ON l-215/SR91/SR60, RIV 1215 COR IMPROV PROJ -FROM 60/91/215 JCT TO 60/215 SPLIT-WIDEN 6 TO 8 LNS, INCLUDING MAINLINE/IC IMPROVS, ADD HOV, AUX, & SB TRUCK CLIMB LN, AND LANDSCAPING IEA: 3348U1. 33486. 33487. and 33488). MAINLINE COMPLETE -THIS PROJECT LISTING IS ONLY FOR REMAINING LANDSCAPE AND GARVEE. Fund T UENGT ___ R/WI CON! Total! Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/2~201572016T--2016/20171 201712018 i CMAQ 24,002 24,002 24,002 r·srF>Tocii.i. 31.040 31.040 31,040 ; Rfv co sALEs TAX 26,061 26,061 26.061 0NATIONALHiGHWAvsYstEM 291,109 291,109 211,133 r~t~~~~~TRANSPROG --. iGARVEE '.NATIONAL-HWY SYSTEM -llP :~"_!~~~~~~s.:t~!~M :~RI~ . ··. j . STATE CASH-llP i 'sl"P-GAANTfFATHER-RIP.. i TRAFFIC CONGESTION RELIEF 0121D toiaf ProjectlD .. U Count~ RIV090902 Riverside 68,330 2,101 6,685 1,997 14, 148 36,549 22,934 106,876 171,670 240,000 240,000 17,804 19,905 19,905 33, 105 41,787 41,787 3,932 3,932 3,932 18,913 69,610 69,610 35,274 35,274 35,274 652,910 782,720 702,744 26,658 26,658 26,660 26,658 26,658 26,660 Total 24,002 31,040 26,061 291,109 240,000 19,905 41,787 3,932 69,610 35,274 782,720 Description: PTC 2,628 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 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 Fund f -l::NGI ·-·-R7W--r--cONI Total! Priori 2012720131 2013120141-2014/201512015120161 2016/20171 2017/2018 STP LOCAL I 2,000 2,000 2,000 'siroPP Aov.i;Ffc"E ··· ---------, 600 28 628 628 i CONSTRUCTION (A{!L~ _g!~J.t;!Q_~ i RIV090902 Total 600 28 2,000 2,628 628 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM 2,000 Total 2,000 628 2,628 Page: 15 of 17 ProjectlD _ tl County RIVLS01 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 35,974 Agency GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS -SHOPP COLLISION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WI 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, PVMN_LMAR!Slf-J_G PEMO, "(CL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS p=und I ENGi RNVI CON! Totalj Priori 2012/2013! 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 Totaq 'SHOPP-ADVANCE i 35,974 35,974 10,404 13,299 8,391 3,880 35,974 . CONSTRUCTION i RiVLS01 Tcital--------··· 35,974 35,974 10,404 13,299 8,391 3,880 35,974 County Riverside Description: PTC 46,296 Agency CAL TRANS 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 Fund SHOPP -ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION RIVLS02 Total County Riverside ENG RIVY CON 46,296 46,296 Total 46,296 46,296 Prior 201212013 19,437 19,437 2013/2014 26,859 26,859 2014/2015 2015/2016 Description: PTC 17 ,929 Agency CAL TRANS 20T6/2017l 201712018 Total 46,296 46,296 'A:mendment 18 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BRIDGE REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION -SHOPP PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 -WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES INO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). Fund ~NGl RIWI coN[--· -'fofall Piiorj 201212013! 201312014! 2014120151 201512016, 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 Total SHOPP -ADVANCE i 17 929 17 929 CONSTRUCTION . ' ' 11,217 6,712 17,929 --RlVLS06 Total---17,929 17,929 11,217 6,712 17,929 CounlY. Riverside Description: PTC 6,243 Agency CAL TRANS GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS, SHOULDER IMPROVEMENTS, PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION -MINOR PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WI 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 -RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON-FED-AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/OPERA TING ASSISTANCE OTHER THAN SIGNALS. INTERSCTN SIGNAL PROJECTS AT INDVL INTERSCTN. {DESCRIPTION CONT. IN COMMENTS . Fund --! ENGi RNVI CON! Totaq Priorj 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 201612017[ 2017/20181 Total i SHOPP -ADVANCE ! 6,243 6,243 6,243 6,243 . CONSTRUCTION RIVLS08 Total -------------------6,243 6,243 6,243 6,243 Print Date: 4/31, 3:50:16 PM 16 of 17 SO :RN CALIFORNIA ~ ASStns1ATTONof GOVERN l?rojectlD RIVLS09 'TS 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County State Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 1, 7 40 Agency 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 !Fund I _ EN':3] ____ RIW[_ CONJ Totalj Priori 2012/201aj 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018j Totaq : SHOPP-ADVANCE 1,740 1,740 1,740 1,740 ! CONSTRUCTION RIVLS69ToTaT-------1,740 1,740 1,740 1,740 Description: PTC 5,364 Agency CAL TRANS 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. !Fund j ENGi RIW[_~ONj Totaq Priori 2012120131 2013/20t~f=2014/2015I 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/201.!![ Total] SHOPP -ADVANCE 5,364 5,364 415 4 949 5,364 , CONSTRUCTION ' -RiVCST2Toiar ----------5,364 5,364 415 4,949 5,364 ProjectlD R:i'fqD. RIVLS13 30M0701 Description: PTC 7,155 Agency CALTRANS GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION ON THE STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM -HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3 -PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION jFund ENGi RIWI CONI Totalj Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/2015j 2015/2016Q016/2017j 2017/20181 Total] NATIONALHWYSYSTEM-HM 7,155 7,155 7,155 7,155 RM.s1:fi'otal 1,155 1,155 1,155 1,155 ..,._.~·:.r-;:~·~::ailJ:!7661£®JR;;19"~:;-~'39J£Qf4P.ZC~-Z~Jli.™rgoBJt:tll~"IDmm~=.n:~~li&•:mgim.;cr11~arP.]IDE&rrs1fsI~m•~I?:Q.WC~Jrn.r~174c_r;QJiZ.JIPJE Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:50:16 PM Page: 17 of 17 .'.RN CALIFORNLA. ~·~TION of GOVERNMENTS 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 21,846 Agency ~endment 2 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO IN BEAUMONT: SR79 BYPASS EXT NO. PH 11-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 Ml. NO. FROM THE FUTURE SR60/POTRERO FWY IC (RIV050535), TO CONNECT TO THE OAK VALLEY PKWY IN BEAUMONT, INCLUDING THE INSTAL OF A CLASS I MUL Tl-PURPOSES TRAIL, FLARED INTERSECTION AND TURNING POCKETS. IFurfrf - -I ENGi RIWI CON! Totaq Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totalj ; DEVELOPER FEES ! 3,276 2,185 16,385 21,846 3,276 2,185 16,385 21,846 RTv100102tot3r --·-·-······ 3,216 2.185 16,385 21,846 3,216 2.185 16,385 21,846 AJ:pendment 0 Description: PTC 2,366 Agency CALIMESA IN CALIMESA-WIDEN COUNTY LN RD FROM 1TO2 LNS (1-10 TO CALIMESA BLVD), ADD EB DEDICATED RIGHT-TURN LN, WIDEN SB CALIMESA BLVD FROM 2 TO 3 LNS FOR APPROX. 150' S/O COUNTY LN RD SOUTH R-0-W, ADD CURB AND GUTIER AS REQUIRED. ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE THE LENGTHENING OF BOX CULVERT AND/OR ADD CONCRETE RETAINING WINGWALL SYSTEM ITOLL CR UTILIZATION: $101/$187 FOR ENG/R/W-DEMO-SAFETEA-LU\. Fund ______ j ENG[ RIW_j_ ____ C~!:'.11 Totalj Priori 201212013 'DEMO-SArETEA-LU :cirll=ONos ··· RIV060102Tot31-F?rojecuc:r RIV070302 .i 506 934 1,440 506 934 127 529 270 926 127 529 633 1,463 270 2,366 633 1,463 2013/2014 270 270 2014/2015 Description: PTC 10,424 Agency 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 Total 1,440 926 2,366 ~ IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY -DATE PALM DR BRIDGE REPLACEMENT/WIDENING: REPLACEMENT OF A TWO LANE (1 LN IN EA DIR) LOW WATER CROSSING BRIDGE OVER LONG CANYON CREEK BRIDGE NO. OOL0043 WITH A SIX LANE 3 LNS IN EA DIR FOR APPROXIMATELY 350 FT. FROM VARNER RD. TO 350"" S/O VARNER RD. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018 Total ·BRIDGE -LOCAL 844 367 8,017 9,228 844 367 8,017 9,228 'CITY-FUN"tis· -.. - . 27 12 260 299 27 12 260 299 'EASTERN-Rl\TtliMF 82 36 779 897 82 36 779 897 Ri\Tcffcf302-foial 953 415 9,056 10.424 953 415 9,056 10.424 F?rojectlD' · If County. RIV091011 Riverside Description: PTC 18,923 Agency IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY -DATE PALM DR OVER THE WHITEWATER RIVER: WIDENING OF DATE PALM DR FROM 4 TO 6 LNS (3 LNS 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 IBRIDGE NO. 56C0189\. Fund I__ ENG I R/W I CONJ Total ; BRIDGE -LOCAL ! 1,789 221 2,010 krrf"i'=UNDS -... -.. ----··-! 231 29 260 :RIV09101TTcita1"--·-· -----... 2,020 250 2,270 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:13 PM Prior 1,594 206 1,800 2012/2013 195 25 220 2013/2014 221 29 250 2014/2015 2015/2016 20T6/20171 201712018 Total 2,010 260 2,270 Page: 1of29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCtATI.ON ofGOVERN1'1~ENTS ProjectlQ "'U · Gounty RIV110501 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTG 8,576 Agency CATHEDERAL CITY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY -DATE PALM DR WIDENING FROM 1-10 TO 350' S/O VARNER RD.: WIDENING OF DATE PALM DR FROM 2 TO 6 LNS (3 LNS IN EA DIR) FROM 1-10 TO 350' S/O VARNER RD. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE ADDITIONAL TURNING LANES AT INTERSECTION OF DATE PALM DR & VARNER RD., TRAFFIC SIGNALIZATION, ~IDEWALKS, MEDIANS AND BIKE LANES. (Fund l__ ______ _§_f'J_ajO R!WJ __ GONJ Totalj Priori 2012/20131 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016l 201~~0171 2017/2018J Totalj : CITY FUNDS i 462 697 986 2, 145 462 697 986 2, 145 : EASTERN-Rii.7 TUMF j 1,385 2,088 2,958 6,431 1,385 2,088 2,958 6,431 Rivfwsofroiai-------1,847 2,785 3,944 8,576 1,847 2.785 3,944 8,576 Description: PTG 384 Agency 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 1Fi£nd-I ENGJ RIWI CONJ Totall Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/201!1 2017/20181 TotalJ CMAQ 217 217 217 217 crrYF=UNbS 47 3 117 167 50 117 167 RIV15f201 Total 47 3 334 384 50 334 384 3GL04 NCN31 L EXEMPT -93.126 8 Description: PTG 29,866 Agency -COACHELLA IN CITY OF COACHELLA -CONSTRUCT NEW (NON-CAPACITY) AVE 52 GRADE SEPARATION OVERHEAD STRUCTURE SPANNING OVER UPRR MAINLINE TRACKS AND GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/HWY 111, FROM SHADY LN TO APPROX 600 FT. E/O INDUSTRIAL WAY/TYLER ST. IMPROVEMENTS INCL: REGONFIG CONNECTION FROM AVE 52 TO GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/HWY 111, BIKE LNS,SIDEWALKS, RETAINING WALLS, RECONST TRAFFIC SIGS/DRIVEWAYS, REMOVE EXISTING AT-GRADE CR p=und I ENGJ RIWJ CONJ Totaq Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/~--fotaD FFY 2009 Appropriations Earmarks ' 380 380 380 380 ·cIJ.Acr-· -------: 2,362 7,818 10.180 2,362 1.818 10.180 ciiYFUNDS---------i 306 3,000 5,000 8,306 306 8,000 8,306 ;p-RfiJATE FUNDS-1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 fRADE-CORR1b6RPR6<3RAM 10.000 10,000 10,000 10.600 R1Vof1241ffiifar-2,668 3,ooo 24,198 29,866 2.668 21.198 29,866 RIV110825 CAX60 NON-EXEMPT Description: PTG 29,916 Agency COACHELLA IN THE CITY OF COACHELLA -AVE 50 OVER COACHELLA STORMWATER CHANNEL: REPLACEMENT OF A 2-LN LOW WATER X-ING (BRIDGE NO. OOL0055) WITH A 6-LN (3-LNS IN EA DIR) BRIDGE FROM 300-FT W/O APACHE TRAIL TO SR-86S INTERSECTION. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE BIKE LANES/TRAILS, SIDEWALKS, RECONSTRUCT TRAFFIC SIGNAUDRIVEWAYS, CHANNEL SCOUR PROTECTION. AND REMOVAL OF LOW WATER X-ING AND CULVERTS. Fund 1-----ENGL _____ RIWJ ---~c6Nl _____ fofair ___ PnorJ I , !~~l~GE -LOCAL 1 2,392 -2,392 2,392 201212013 2013/2014! ---2()14120151 2015/2016 J 2016/2017 J 201712018 J Total I 2,392 Print Date: 4/3C l:51:13PM 2 of 29 (crtY-FlfN'DS -R1Vff682s Total--County Riverside 310 2,702 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program RTR'ID: 3A07057 Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) 310 2,702 310 2,702 et>~iorffil&-eate9:ory NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 3,600 Agency . COACHELLA Amendment 17 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 310 2,702 !Fund J ENGL RIWJ CONJ Totaq PriorJ 201212013J 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016J 2016/2017j 2017/2018j Totalj . STP LOCAL j -2,278 2,278 2,278 2,278 ~ CITYFO"i'.io~r --·--· ·1 95 1,227 1,322 . 95 1,227 1,322 ·-RIV151217 To.tal -··-. ---··· -·--' 95 3,505 3,600 95 3,505 3,600 Description: PTC 2,000 Agency COACHELLA VALLEY ASSOC OF GOVERNMENTS IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY PM-10 PROGRAM-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). Fund· ----I E~ RJWI CONI _!otaq Priori 2012/2013[---2013/20141 2014/2015C201572016J 2016/20171 2017/2018j Total 'CMAQ i 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 "RTV090162-f oia1 --2.000 2.000 2.000 2.000 l;?roJectlD< U .county·. U"."Air(Basin<~I Moder. ;CL.• ~.R:r~·ro,,, fi 'a,. JI F.?rp'Qram~.\it9JLBeg~ S:Ei'rdkJ~~§Y§liLrnlttf ·.~:,Gonfo@io/,Categpr}'~. '"U:,., .Aaienqment RIV131005 Riverside SSAB 3NL04 NCN25 L EXEMPT-93.126 17 Description: PTC 65,041 Agency COACHELLA VALLEY ASSOC OF GOVERNMENTS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: CONSTRUCT IN PHASES A NEW 50 MILE BICYCLE, PEDESTRIAN AND LOW SPEED ELECTRICAL VEHICLE PATH FROM CITY OF DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO THE SAL TON SEA ROUGHLY ALONG WHITEWATER RIVER. PH I WILL CONSTRUCT LINK FROM PALM SPRINGS TO COACHELLA. FUTURE PHASES WILL CONSTRUCT LINK FROM DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO PALM SPRINGS AND COACHELLA TO THE SAL TON SEA. JFund J ENGJ RIWJ CONJ Totaq Priori 2012/2013J 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016J 2016/20171 2017/LOi!C ___ Total] CMAQ 12,600 12,600 12,600 12,600 '.AGENCY. 11,891 7,100 20,700 39,691 300 591 1,400 16,700 20,700 39,691 . CciUNTY 750 750 250 350 150 ?so jPRIVATE .. Ffff'ibs -·--·-10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 'STIP ADVANCE CON-RIP ----2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 'R1v131oos Total--·-·----12,641 7,100 45,300 65,041 sso 941 1,s5o 16,700 45,300 65,041 Projecu0,,: . J~ _ .... county, 1fmendment RIV010209 Riverside 17 Description: PTC 67,481 Agency CORONA IN THE CITY OF CORONA-CONSTRUCT FOOTHILL PARKWAY WESTERLY EXTENSION 4 LANE ROAD FROM LINCOLN AVE TO PASEO GRANDE (APPROX 2.5 MILES) !Fund I ENGJ RJWj CONJ TotaJ! PriorJ 201212013J 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016J 2016/2017J 201712018] Totalj CITY FUNDS i 500 3,500 14,481 18,481 4,000 2,518 11,963 18,481 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:13 PM Page: 3 of 29 ASSOClATrON of GOVERNrdENlS 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) [WESTERNRfiJTUMF------. I ·------------· ..... --------· ·--' , RIV CO SALES Tl>:X. I •-----------------·-I ; STATE LOCAL PARTNER · 2,000 5,000 7,000 14,000 7,000 7,ooo 28,000 28,000 7,000 21,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 -Ri\1010209 Total ____ .. -. 2,500 8,500 56,481 67,481 11,000 23,518 32,963 County Riverside Description: PTC 7,583 Agency CORONA NEAR CORONA -WIDEN GREEN RIVER ROAD FROM 3 TO 6 LANES FROM SR91 SOUTHSIDE OFF/ON RAMPS TO PALISADES DRIVE. 14,000 28,000 7,000 67,481 ·. Z..n\enpinent 0 [Fund I ENGJ RIWI CONJ Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/2017J 2017120181 Totalj ·CITY FUNDS ; 400 1,500 1,441 3,341 1,900 1,441 3,341 :WESTERt·HHiTfOM.F --·-..... -800 3,442 4,242 800 3,442 4,242 RfVo11237'rotai' ---·--··-······ 1.200 1,500 4,883 7,583 2,100 4,883 7,583 ~endmeot 8 Description: PTC 3,800 Agency CORONA IN CORONA ON EXISTING MCKINLEY ST -CONSTRUCT GRADE SEPARATION AT BNSF RAILROAD CROSSING (PROJECT STUDY REPORT & PRELIMINARY ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS REPORT ACTIVITIES Fund =i= ENGL R7WJ co~----.fofiilJ'--Priorr-u n2012/2013[rn ·2cff312()14[ -2014/2015J 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Total PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND 400 400 400 400 : REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE 'TDA ARTICLE #4 .. ------2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 'WESTERN RIV tt.IMF0 ----1 1,400 1,400 250 1, 150 1,400 . RIVOf124orOful -------.. _, 3,800 3,800 250 3,550 3,800 ~...,.,~,..... it.~-: ·..-r-.:'{'>;o< -i&r --~="""''~r---r'.·~"'~11'11· ...... -.,->Pi_: -, ... _?:f_..,~·· ~~~~·atv·-.·~-"'~.,~~-;1".l' __ .i'~~·· ~~~-,..~~"'Ir-~~" .ii .:i\l;'""';~~~i"-~~~~;,~-,_ .... _£!1;°"~~--~~ 'l . :. ;;.eonfgr;n_lfy, Categpiy EXEMPT -93.126 Description: PTC 1, 139 Agency DESERT HOT SPRINGS ESSENTIAL ROAD IMPROVEMENTS-PHASE Ill: CITY SECTION 31 INCLUDING PAVEMENT REHAB, SIDEWALKS, CURB/GUTTERS, CROSS GUTTERS, ADA RAMPS & DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS ON ACOMA AVE, BUENA VISTA AVE, CAHUILLA AVE, DESERT VIEW AVE, ESTRELLA AVE, FLORA AVE, AND GRANADA AVE BETWEEN CACTUS DR. AND PALM DR. [Fund I ENGi RIWJ CONL __ Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013~20141 2014/2015J 2015/2016J 2016/2017J 2017/2018J -Total] STP LOCAL I 639 639 639 639 I---·--• ·•-•··· ---·-···-· .J '.~TY _FUNDS ___ ---------_j 150 350 500 150 350 500 RIV061161 Total 150 989 1,139 150 989 1,139 Print Date: 4/3( 3:51:13 PM 4of29 SQ :RN CALIFORNIA AS~..-1.ATtO:N c:f GOVERM\~EN'IS ProJectJD H County RIV091001 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportatio1 .• mprovement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) Description: PTC 44,000 Agency DESERT HOT SPRINGS IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY IN THE CITY OF DESERT HOT SPRINGS -INDIAN AVE WIDENING: WIDENING OF INDIAN AVE FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES (3 IN EA DIR), BETWEEN HWY 62 AND MISSION LAKES BLVD .. INCLUDING THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ALL WEATHER BRIDGE OVER MISSION CREEK IPA&ED\. CITY FuNu<:> Fund I ENGi __ RJWL__ CON! Total! Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 --2bT472015l 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018 -100 Total 100 100 100 "Rivo91iioftoiai .. 100 100 100 100 County l\mei)dm_ent Riverside 3 Description: PTC 385 Agency FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAY DIVISION REHABIUTATE APPROXIMATELY 0.5 MILES OF THE PACIFIC COAST TRAIL-FULLERS RIDGE TRAIL BETWEEN SEVEN PINES TRAIL AND DEER SPRINGS TRAIL IN MOUNT SAN JACINTO STATE PARK. CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITES INCLUDE BRUSHING AND CLEARING, SWITCHBACKS, ARMORING, ROCK RETAINING WALLS, DRAINAGE LENSES, AND TRAIL CONSTRUCTION AND REHABIUTATION IPART OF MAP-21 BILL Fund L_ __ . _ _§_~ RIWJ -CON[---TotaJi Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/201~1_ -2tff6/2bf7J :2bf7/:2b18I Total iRECREATIONAL TRAILS : 339 339 339 339 ~s·tATO•liR.K i=UNDS Rlv13ofoTfoiai" -. :·~T~~cuD RIV091006 -----1 46 385 46 385 46 385 46 385 Description: PTC 27,788 Agency INDIAN WELLS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY -HWY 111 WIDENING W/IN INDIAN WELLS CITY UMITS: WID FROM 4 TO 6 THRU LNS (3 LNS IN EA DIR) BTWN THE WCL (570' W/O VILLAGE CTR DR) & EL DORADO DR (RTP ID'S 3A07316 & 3A07257) INCLUDING THE INSTAL OF A RAISED, LANDSCAPE MEDIAN, LEFT TURN PH@ EL DORADO DR, DUAL LEFT TURN PH@ THE SB AND EB COOK ST, RT TURN ONLY LNS AT THE EAST, WEST, AND SB COOK ST. !Fund ENGJ ~ CONI Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/2015j 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 Totaq l STP LOCAL 1 1 1 1 ~CffY FUNbs 124 172 6,651 6,947 296 6,651 6,947 : EASTER~.fRIV TUMF R1vo-9foos Toiar 371 516 19,953 20,840 887 19,953 20,840 495 688 26,605 27,788 1,183 26,605 27,788 _Amahdment 0 Description: PTC 32,779 Agency .INDIAN WELLS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY -HWY 111 WIDENING WITHIN INDIAN WELLS CITY UMITS: WIDENING FROM 4 TO 6 THRU LNS (3 LNS IN EA DIR) BTwN EL DORADO & EAST CITY LIMITS (W/O WASHINGTON), INCLUDING THE INSTALL OF A RAISED, LANDSCAPE MEDIAN AND RIGHT TURN ONLY LANE AT INDIAN WELLS LN (RTP ID'S 3A07258 & 3A07259). Fund •STP LOCAL · '.~~-f:~~~~~:~. ~~~~-· :-_-:~:-! i EASTERN RIV TUMF j ;RiV091209 Total ·----,-----Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:13 PM ENG 1:31 394 525 R/W 203 609 812 CON 31,441 31,442 Total 31,775 1,003 32,779 Prior 201212013 131 394 525 2013/2014 203 609 812 2014/2015 31,441 31,442 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 31,775 1,003 32,779 Page: 5 of 29 i'fS ProjectlD' H · · County Air Basin RIV091208 Riverside SSAB 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program ITS08 Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 367 Agency INDIO 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). Fund l --~---R/Wj CONJ-· ·· -Tota[ Prior CMAQ --t-332 332 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 332 cf1V'f:uNOS-... -. : 35 35 35 RIVii91208 iOiai . -.... __ , 35 332 367 35 332 Description: PTC 5,800 Agency INDIO 2015/2016 2016/2017] 2017/2018 Total 332 35 367 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, OED RT TURN LANES ON SB JEFFERSON AND EB VARNER, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. [!=und I ENGi RJWI CON! Total! Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totalj CITY FUNDS ' 1,000 300 2,250 3,550 1,300 2,250 3,550 STATE LOCAL PARTNER 2,250 2,250 2,250 2,250 .RIV110831Totaf 1,000 300 4,500 5,800 1,300 4,500 5,800 Description: PTC 19,230 Agency. INDIO 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. OOL0056). INCLUDING 6 FT SIDEWALK ON EACH SIDE OF THE BRIDGE. Fund I __ ENG! RJWI CONJ Totaq Priori 201212013! 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 Total! BRIDGE-LOCAL . 1,951 664 14,410 17,025 443 1,508 664 14,410 17,025 cil'v FUND~f-... : 252 86 1,867 2,205 57 195 86 1,867 2,205 ------··-----------· ---J RIV111202 Total 2,203 750 16,277 19,230 500 1,703 750 16,277 19,230 Project.ID RIV121102 Description: PTC 3,638 Agency 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 LNS IN EA DIR), INCLUDING BIKE LANE, SIDEWALK, TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALL AT AVE. 49 AND RELOCATION OF SIGNAL POLES AND APPURTENANCES AT AVE. 50. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 201212013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 2017/2018 Total \CITY FUNDS 888 888 888 888 :R1vc6sACEs-'fA5<-. ··---. 1,375 1,375 1,375 1,375 'stATE COcACPARTN-ER -. 1,375 1,375 1,375 1,375 -RIV121162 Total______ --· .. ····-3,638 3,638 3,638 3,638 Print Date: 4/3, 3:51:13 PM 6of 29 -SO :RN CALIFORNIA ~ltONofMVERN~.ENlS ProjectlD •• · Ait-B.Asin RIV151001 SSAB 2013 Federal Transportatior, -improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 10,920 Agency INDIO Amendment 18 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\. Fund jSTP LOCAL ~cifY i=U'Nos - -: Rlii cos.ALES TAX RIV151061-fofal ENG R/W 131 389 520 CON 4,680 5,720 10,400 Total 4,680 131 6,109 10,920 Prior 201212013 201312014 2014/2015 13 118 37 352 50 470 201512016 4,680 5,720 10,400 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 4,680 131 6,109 10,920 Description: PTC 566 Agency LA QUINTA 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, RE-STRIPING, RECONSTRUCTION OF CURB AND GUTIER, SIGNAL AND SIGNAL POLE MODIFICATIONS, AND REPLACEMENT OF BUS TURNOUT. ~? J___ ENGi RJWI CONJ -~ Priorj 2012120131 2013/2014L 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2Cffar ____ -Totalj ; RIV CO SALES TAX I 283 283 283 283 ---------------------· ------I , STATE LOCAL PARTNER . 283 283 283 283 'RTv1211c>·rfo!a1 -----566 566 566 566 Description: PTC 17,510 Agency LA QUINTA 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.OOL0070 Fund I ENG I R/W I CON ; BRIDGE -LOCAL : CITY FUf-.fbs-'rwT21202 f otai" County. Riverside I -! 1,549 201 1,750 482 63 545 RTp:10· REG0703 Total 2,031 264 2,295 Prior 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totaq 1,549 482 2,031 201 63 264 1,750 545 2,295 Aniendment .. 0 Description: PTC 470 Agency IN MID WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE -CONSTRUCTION OF A 6-PHASE TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE INTERSECTION OF SR-74 AND GUNNERSON AVENUE AND WIDENING OF THE ROUTE TO PROVIDE FOR TWO LEFT TURN LANES. !Fund j ENGi R!WJ ·CONJ Totati Priori 2012120131 2013120141 2014/20151 2015/2016J 2016/2017J 2017/2018J Tofalj :_c~~~-~~~----___________ ! 85 35 350 470 85 35 350 470 RIV091005 Total 85 35 350 470 85 35 350 470 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:13 PM Page: 7 of 29 ifHNt\~ISN1S Projecuo .. RIV111203 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program 3A04WT198 Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) Description: PTC 19,452 Agency 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 Ml. W/O LAKE STREET (BRIDGE NO. 56C0050\. F~d I ~G BRIDGE -LOCAL 1,516 197 1,713 R/W CON I Totaq Priorj 2012120131 2013120141 · ·-2014120151 201512016J-2cm:r12wr201112orn1 Total! :cfTY FUNDS --. ·-. -.. .. . . I "Rf\/111203 fatal°·-· ------· 1,516 761 755 1,516 197 99 98 197 1,713 860 853 1,713 County Riverside Description: PTC 6,700 Agency MARCH JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY ON VAN BUREN BLVD NEAR MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE: WIDEN FROM 4 TO 6 LANES FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.5 MILES WEST OF 1-215 TO BARTON ST IF!Jncf_____ I ENGi RIWI CON! Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015120161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totaq AGENCY 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF 1,000 200 3,500 4,700 1,200 3,500 4,700 RlV06012fiOtai --1,000 2,200 3,500 6,700 3,200 3,500 6,700 _ ProjectlD ~ County I! Air Basin ii Mgdel, fr.. RTP)D ,; fl, P,rogra·m ~~rut....JL..§y2Jem..J~ .. ._ ConformltY. Category .l[ , Amen.dment RIV011210 Riverside SCAB RIV011210 NCR31 L EXEMPT -93.127 0 Description: PTC 4,600 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY/COUNTY -REALIGN RECHE VISTA DR (PERRIS BLVD TO NORTH CITY LIMITS -APPROX 2,450') & INSTALL SIGNAL (PERRIS/HEACOCK/RECHE VISTA DR) p=uncl mm---·· H -·---_i= __ ~!J~-· RIWI CON! Totaq Priori 2012/201~2013/20141 ~014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totalj CITY FUNDS ; 800 3,800 4,600 800 3,800 4,600 Rlvcff121o toia1 -·· · -· 800 3,800 4,600 800 3.SOO 4,600 ProjectlD~ ir County. RIV041045 Riverside Description: PTC 8, 124 Agency MORENO VALLEY WIDEN PERRIS BLVD FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM IRONWOOD AVE TO MANZANITA AVE INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALKS, SIGNAL MODS, STREET LIGHTS & MEDIANS IMPROVEMENTS jFIJnd J. ENGi RIWI ______ ~ Totaq Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Total! l CITY FUNDS ; 280 7 43 400 1,423 1,023 400 1,423 fWESTERN RIV TU-MF-····-· . ··1 470 631 4,600 5,701 1,101 4,600 5,701 f$TATE LOCAL PARTNER---·· ··-·1 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 -RIV041045Totai·-······· .... 750 1,374 6,000 8,124 2,124 6,000 8,124 Print Date: 4/3( 3:51:14 PM · 6 of29 ~N CALIFORNIA 2013 Federal Transportatior. improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) L Description: PTC 3,500 Agency IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -EAST BOUND CACTUS AVE WIDENING BETWEEN VETERANS WAY & HEACOCK: WIDENING OF EAST BOUND CACTUS AVE FROM 2 TO 3 LANES, INCLUDING TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATIONS WITHIN THE PROJECT REACH. CHANNELIZATION. AND SIGNAL INTERCONNECT SYSTEM (6 SIGNALS). Fund I ENGJ RIWJ CON! Totaq Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20-151-2015720161 · 2016/20171 2017/20181 Total terr::!'.~.~-~~---···· .. .l 431 2,610 3,041 431 2,610 3,041 i WESTERN RIV TUMF I 320 139 459 459 459 0RIV071240 Total _____ ... -__ _, 751 139 2,610 3,500 890 2,610 3,500 Description: PTC 12,401 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN ALESSANDRO BLVD BETWEEN 1-215 AND FREDERICK ST FROM 4 TO 6 LANES. (Fund ENGi RJWI CONj Totalj Priorj 2012/2013j 2013/2014j 2014/20151 2015/20161 201612017[ 2017120181 Total! iCITYFUNDS 384 571 10,905 11,860 384 571 10,905 11,860 'We'sfER.t:fR.fiJ TUMF-· .. 541 541 541 541 .RiV080905 Total·-____ .. 925 571 10,905 12,401 925 571 10,905 12,401 F?i'ojecllD RIV080907 Description: PTC 62,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN ALESSANDRO BLVD BETWEEN NASON ST AND GILMAN SPRINGS RD FROM 2 TO 4 LANES; REALIGN ALESSANDRO BLVD WITHIN PROJECT LIMITS BETWEEN THEODORE ST AND GILMAN SPRINGS RD. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN, DRAINAGE, LAf'l.QSCAEl_f\J.(3, SIPEWALKS, BIKE LANES, AND TRAILS. !Fund____ I ENGi RJWI CONI Totaq Priori 201212013! 2013120141 2014/2015! 2015/20161 2016/20171 201712018! Total! [EEVE~_l'~~_F~E~---· .! 3,000 18,000 41,000 62,000 21,000 41,000 62,000 RIV080907 Total 3,000 18,000 41,000 62,000 21,000 41,000 62,000 County Riverside Description: PTC 41,500 Agency IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN GILMAN SPRINGS RD BETWEEN SR-60 AND ALESSANDRO BLVD FROM 2 TO 6 LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN, DRAINAGE. ACCESS ROADS, LANDSCAPING. SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. [l=und I ENGi RJWI CONI Totalj Priori 201~2013j 2013120141 2014/2015j 2015/20161 2016/2017l 2017/2018j Totalj ! DEVELOPER FEES ---~ 2,500. 6,000 33,000 41,500 2,500 6,000 33,000 41,500 RIV080908 Total 2,500 6,000 33,000 41,500 2,500 6,000 33,000 41,500 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:14 PM Page: 9 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA -~ ASSOCIATrON ofGOVERNMENlS PtojectlD~ ii County • RIV080909 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 51,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN GILMAN SPRINGS RD BETWEEN ALESSANDRO BLVD AND BRIDGE ST FROM 2 TO 6 LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS. CHANNELIZATION. LEFT TURN POCKETS. DEDICATED RIGHT TURN. DRAINAGE. ACCESS ROADS. LANDSCAPING. SIDEWALKS. AND BIKE LANES. !Fund j ENGJ RIWI CONJ TotalJ Priori--2012/2013f 2013/2014J 2014/20151-2015720161 2016/20171 201712018 lD~VELOPER_':_EES ___________ j 2,500 6,000 42,500 51,000 8,500 42,500 RIV080909 Total 2,500 6,000 42,500 51,000 8,500 42,500 Description: PTC 8, 103 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN HEACOCK ST BETWEEN CACTUS AVE AND SAN MICHELE RD FROM 2 TO 4 LANES INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALK, AND SIGNAL. Total 51,000 51,000 JFundrn------u--u-=i ENGL R!Wj CONI Totaq Priorj 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 201672017p017720l8C--fofaQ "CITY FUNDS i 4,903 4,903 4,903 4,903 WESTERN RIV TUMF . 1,200 2,000 3,200 3,200 3,200 ·-··· ····---) RIV080910 Total 1,200 2,000 4,903 8,103 3,200 4,903 8, 103 Projec!ID .. II _ _go1,1nty Model 11 RTP ID. Amendment RIV080911 Riverside 3A0801 0 Description: PTC 6,100 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN HEACOCK ST BETWEEN SAN MICHELE RD AND HARLEY KNOX RD (PERRIS CITY LIMITS), FROM 2 TO 4 LANES; REALIGN HEACOCK ST WITHIN PROJECT LIMITS BETWEEN NANDINA AND OLEANDER; REPLACE BRIDGE OVER PVSD LATERAL B. ~nd ---=L ENGi RIWI C~_ TotalJ Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/2015J 2015/201~f672Tl1t[-2017/2~181 TotalJ CITY FUNDS : 800 300 5,000 6,100 1,100 5,000 6,100 .Rfv08o91Tiotaf-·. .. ··-800 300 5,ooo 6,100 1,100 5,ooo 6,100 ·Ameridm.ent.._. 0 Description: PTC 3, 178 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN BOX SPRINGS RD BETWEEN 500' WEST OF CLARK ST AND DAY ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES. iNCLUDES UTILITY RELOCATION, GRADING, DRAINAGE, CURB, GUTTER, RETAINING WALLS, SIGNAGE, AND STRIPING. jFund j ENGi __ RIWL CONJ TotalJ Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 ~01712018]--tofa!J : CITY FUNDS , 729 450 1,999 3, 178 472 257 450 1,999 3, 178 ·Rivosos12toiaf ··· -·· ---· 129 450 1,999 3,118· 412 251 450 1,999 3.118 Print Date: 4/2 3:51:14 PM 10of29 ~N CALIFORNIA ~°"'1ATION of GOVERNtv.IENTS P.rojec!ID. . Ii County RIV080915 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 13,397 Agency IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN IRONWOOD AVE BETWEEN PERRIS BLVD AND VISTA DE CERROS DR. FROM 2 TO 5 LANES (2 LANES IN EACH DIRECTION AND 1 CENTER TURNING LANE). ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE SIGNAL MODIFICATIONS. LIGHTING. DRAINAGE. CURB. GUTIER. STRIPING. AND SIDEWALK. Fund ENGJ RIWJ CONJ Tot~Priorj 2012/20131 2013/20141 20f4/2015f -2015/2016JH 2016/20171 20-17/2018 CITY FUNDS 461 1,127 11,259 12,847 461 1,127 11,259 jWE"sTERNRfl7 TUMF. --· -, 550 550 550 RIV080915Total ---------1,011 1,127 11,259 13,397 550 461 1,127 11,259 Pfojec!ID• RIV080917 Description: PTC 23,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN MORENO BEACH DR BETWEEN CACTUS AVE AND AUTO MALL DR FROM 2 TO 6 LANES. INCLUDES SIGNALS AT COTIONWOOD AVE, ALESSANDRO BLVD, AND CACTUS AVE. Total 12,847 550 13,397 jFund I ENGi ~ CONJ Totaq Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016j 2016/20171 2017/2018j --Tofal] ;ctTYFUN~~-----·---_____ j 559 896 21,545 23,000 559 896 21,545 23,000 RIV080917 Total 559 896 21,545 23,000 559 896 21,545 23,000 ,Pfo]ec!ID.., ii county, RIV080918 Riverside Description: PTC 18,300 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -WIDEN REDLANDS BLVD BETWEEN SR-60 AND CACTUS AVE FROM 2 T04 LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN, DRAINAGE, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, BIKE LANES, AND TRAILS. jFund I ENGi ~ CON! Totaq Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018j--Totalj DEVELOPER FEES f 2,300 1,000 15,000 18,300 2,300 1,000 15,000 18,300 .RIV0809f8Tota-I --...... ---. 2,300 1,000 15,000 18,300 2,300 1,000 15,000 18,300 ProjectlD U County , P\mendment RIV090908 Riverside 0 Description: PTC 15,456 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY, WIDEN THEODORE ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM ALESSANDRO BLVD TO EUCALYPTUS AVE, INCLUDING TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION IMPROVEMENTS, LEFT-TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT-TURN LANES, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. !Fund I ENGi RJWI CON! Totaq Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/2015J 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120TSC ___ Totaq ~VELOPER F=~-------_ .. ___ j 1,656 2,760 . 11,040 15,456 4,416 11,040 15,456 RIV090908 Total 1,656 2,760 11,040 15,456 4,416 11,040 15,456 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:14 PM Page: 11 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIAllON ofUGVERNMENTS . Proj~ctlD ·-.tr County RIV090909 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 4,791 Agency 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. ~d I ENG[_ RJWI CON! Totalj Priori 2012/20131 201~~014[_ 2014/20151 · 2015/20161 ' 2016/201_fL2017/2018l Totaq 'AGENCY i 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 RIV090909 f0t81·--------·----· 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 County; Air Basin Riverside SCAB Description: PTC 4,791 Agency MORENO VALLEY 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 lANf:SL[.)_MINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. !Fund ------=r-ENGJ RIWl CONJ Totaq PriorJ 2012120131 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015120161 2016/2017J 2017120181 Totaq DEVELOPER FEES ' 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 RIV0909fciTotal 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 Projec;tlD __ JI __ County Air Basin Model Program RIV090911 Riverside SCAB CAR63 Description: PTC 4,555 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY, WIDEN KITCHING ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM GENTIAN AVE TO CACTUS AVE, INCLUDING SIDEWALK INSTALLATION WITHIN PROJECT LIMITS. !Fund J __ _!f\J:_~]_ _____ RJWI CON! Totaq Prior] 2012/20131 2013/2014[ 2014/20151 2015/20~61 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totalj , BONDS -LOCAL : 990 730 2,835 4,555 1, 720 2,835 4,555 'RiV09091TTotal ----· 990 730 2,835 4,555 1,720 2,835 4,555 ProjectlD JL · -County, RIV091003 Riverside Description: PTC 3,550 Agency 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. [Fu~-l ENGi RIWl CON! Totaq PriorJ 2012120131 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018J Totaq : DEVELOPER FEES 1 500 50 3,000 -3,550 500 3,050 3,550 ----------------------------____ J RIV091003 Total 500 50 3,000 3,550 500 3,050 3,550 Print Date: 4/3' 3:51:14 PM 12 of 29 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 600 Agency ·MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY ON COTTONWOOD AVE. FROM INDIAN ST. TO KITCHING ST: PAVEMEMENT 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. Fund I ENGi RIWI CONI Total! Priori 2012720f3f--2-013720141 2014120151 -201572016T--2016/2017l201772018 Total l~~FUNDS ------·----___ I 120 480 600 120 480 600 RIV110125 Total 120 480 600 120 480 600 Gounty, ~,'.~'V";..";':";"7'":tl""'-;--·'1111!:":''""~'"""~"--" :;;.;;;Jipnf9n:ruty1Gategpry,: ; . . [-t .• •"-' ,.,Amendmel)t Riverside EXEMPT -93.126 0 Description: PTC 800 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY ON GILMAN SPRINGS RD. FROM EUCALYPTUS AVE TO 2,225 FT. S/O VIRGINIA ST.: PAVEMENT RESURFACING, ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY MANHOLE AND VALVE COVERS, RESEJTING SURVEYING MONUMENTS, RECONSTRUCTION OF STORM DRAIN CULVERTS. AND INSTALLATION OF PAVEMENT STRIPING AND MARKERS. fFund I_ ENGi RIWL CON! Totaq Prior! 2012/2013! 2013/2014! 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20~_81 Totaq ;CITY FUNDS ' 160 640 800 160 640 800 ·RTvr1012Tto1ar·---·· · ---160 640 800 160 640 800 County, Riverside Description: PTC 600 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY ON HEACOCK ST FROM ALESSANDRO BLVD TO COTTONWOOD AVE.: 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. ·.....! 1£.und I ENi3J: __ .. R!Wj _co~· Total I Prior! 2012/2013! 2013/2014! 2014/2~ 2015/20161 _ _3_0_~6/20171 2017/20181 =@!a!] CITY FUNDS ' 120 480 600 120 480 600 'Rivfl01:rsrotal 120 480 600 120 480 600 County Amendh:ient Riverside 13 Description: PTC 1,244 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY ON IRIS AVE. FROM LASSELLE ST TO OLIVER ST: PAVEMENT RESURFACING, ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY MANHOLE AND VALVE COVERS, RESETTING SURVEYING MONUMENTS,B~_QNSTRUCTION OF ACCESS RAMPS TO MEET ADA REQUIREMENTS, AND INSTALLING PAVEMENT STRIPING AND MARKERS. !Fund I _ENGi RIWI CO~I TotalL Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016120111 2017/20181 Tofai] CITY FUNDS \ 144 1,100 1,244 1,244 1,244 RIV11o129Total ------· . ... 144 1,100 1,244 1,244 1,244 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:14 PM Page: 13 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ~ ASSOCIATION ProjectlD U County RIV111201 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 10,000 Agency ; MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY -NASON ST WIDENING: NASON ST WIDENING FROM FIR AVE TO ALESSANDRO BLVD (PA&ED). THE ULTIMATE WIDENING WILL BE DETERMINED BY AN ALIGNMENT STUDY AND TRAFFIC ANALYSIS. THE EXISTING NUMBER OF THROUGH LANES CURRENTLY VARIES FROM 2 TO 4 AND COULD BE IMPROVED FROM 2 TO 6. [Fund ENG[_ RM'J._ CONL Totaq Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 TotaJi . WESTERN RIV TUMF 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 'RW11120Tfofa-1-·--·-· 2,000 2,000 2,000 2.000 Projec!IO ~mendment RIV130808 13 Description: PTC 2,080 Agency MORENO VALLEY 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 CATEGORIC:S-PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. !Fund HHHU-·---I ENGi RM'[ CON! Totaq Priori 201212013! 201312014! 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/2017! 2017120181 --Total] CITY FUNDS ' 2,080 2,080 2,080 2,080 'R.lVf30B08 Total 2,080 2,080 2,080 2,080 ""' Proj~ct!D JL __ County Amendment RIV151202 Riverside 17 Description: PTC 2,400 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ITS, INCLUDING AN ETHERNET FIBER-OPTIC BACKBONE SYSTEM, CCTV CAMERAS AT 16 KEY INTERSECTIONS, AND NEW TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLERS AT EXISTING 45 SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS ~ I ______ ENG]___ ~.L __ ~or-:i_L ______ :rotaq Priori 2012120131 201312_~!![ 2014120151 2015120161 201612o~~om201sr -Totalj CMAQ ' 2,032 2,032 2,032 2,032 1CiTY-FUNDS ---· , 100 268 368 100 268 368 -RTv151202 Total -____ .. __ _, 100 2,300 2,400 100 2,300 2.400 County, Riverside Description: PfC 451 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -INSTALL THREE DYNAMIC MESSAGE SIGNS ALONG ARTERIAL ROUTES APPROACHING INTERSTATE 15 AND STATE ROUTE 60. PROPOSED LOCATIONS INCLUDE: CACTUS AVENUE, ALESSANDRO BOULEVARD AND EUCALYPTUS AVENUE OR DAY STREET. !Fund I ENGi RM'I CON! TotalL Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2~18j Total! ·CMAQ I 341 341 341 341 , _________ ,, -i . . [~~~FU~~---------__ I 65 45 110 65 45 110 RIV151203 Total 65 386 451 65 386 451 Print Date: 4/3( 3:51:14 PM 14 of29 SO; .RN CALIFORNIA ~.rtnCNofGOVERNMENlS ProjecllD RIV151204 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 425 Agency Amendment 17 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY -DEVELOP PLANS FOR MISSING SEGMENTS OF THE AQUEDUCT TRAIL FOR A CONTINOUS TRAIL FROM EUCALYPTUS AVENUE TO LAKE PERRIS STATE RECREATIONAL PARK. (PA&ED ONLY Fund j ENGj RlWj CONj Totaq Priorj 201~2013j ____ 20T372014j 2014/20151_3E15/2016J -2016/2017J 2017/2Cl18j Tota~ ; CMAQ ! 340 340 340 340 ~TtYi=ur;ms-·-·--· --··-----: 85 85 85 85 'RiV151204 Total. --' 425 425 425 425 Projecuo JL ·e:;u~\y-.'" -[t. ~s;si~ ]( Model -Ame'ndm~nt ' RIV031204 Riverside SCAB 16 Description: PTC 7,575 Agency MURRIETA IN MURRIETA-CONSTRUCT NEW 2 LANE GUAVA ST. BRIDGE (400') OVER MURRIETA CREEK FROM WASHINGTON AVE TO ADAMS AVE W/ SHOULDERS & ALL REQUIRED APPROACHES BR#: 56C0162l ($27.528 TOLL CREDITS UTILIZED FOR R/W IN FY 2010/2011). !Fund I EN~----·~--·---~g~J_ ____ TotaJ! Prior! 2012120~ 2013/2014! 2014/2015f-2C515/20T6j 2016/2017! 2017/2018j Total BRIDGE -LOCAL : 511 240 751 751 751 :citV.F=Di'ios · ·· 1RiV031264 Total P{ojectlei b County RIV111130 Riverside 128 639 240 128 879 128 879 Description: PTC 5,000 Agency MURRIETA Am~o'dment 0 128 879 IN MURRIETA-WHITEWOOD RD EXTENSION: EXT. OF WHITEWOOD RD FROM JACKSON AVE NO. TO THE INTERSECTION OF MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD & WHITEWOOD RD (PA&ED). THE PRECISE LOCATION OF WHITEWOOD RD WILL BE DETERMINED BY AN ALIGNMENT STUDY. THE RD WILL BE IMPROVED TO A 4-LN CROSS-SECTION W/RAISED OR PAINTED MEDIAN MAJOR ST. DESIGNATION). PROVIDING BETIER TRAFFIC CIRCULATION BTWN TEMECULA & MURRIETA. Fund __ ENGj__~ CONj TotalJ Priorj 2012/2013 CITY FUNU::. .. .. . -2,000 2,000 :R.1\t co SALES TAX Rf'i.TfH 13crn;13r · 1,000 1,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 RTP.dD. RIV111131 3,000 5,000 500 500 2013/2014 2,500 2,500 2014/2015 2,000 2,000 Description: PTC 34,000 Agency 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 2,000 3,000 5,000 Ame,ndment . 0 IN MURRIETA-KELLER RD. EXTENSION: EXTENSION OF KELLER RD. FROM WHITEWOOD RD (EAST) TO SR79 (WINCHESTER RD). THE PROJECT EXTENSION WILL INCLUDE 4 LANES (2 LNS IN EA DIR). A LEFT TURN LANE. BIKE LANES. AND INSTALLATION OF CURB. GUTIER AND SIDEWALK 2017/2018 Funcr___ --1----~NGj RJWL . coNj Total! Priori 201212013j 2013/2014! 2014/2015! 2of5l2oT6T -2016120111 I j ; DEVELOPER FEES . 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 -R1V"fffl31Totar . --·-·-, 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 Print Date: 4/30/2014. 3:51 :14 PM Page: 15 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GtlVERNM.ENlS ProjecJlD .. • 11 County, RIV071243 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 706 ·Agency 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 ATTHE INTERSECTION FROM WEST BOUND FRED WARING DR TO NORTH BOUND HWY 111 ($61 TOLL CREDITS USED TO MATCH CMAQ IN CONST) .. Fund I _ ENGl_ ___ RIWJ -CONJ Totalj Priorl____ 20121201~---20f372014J 2014/2015! 2015/2016] -2~16/2017[ 2ol1720113j-Total CMAQ , 44 111 531 686 155 531 686 'cffYFONos 1 6 14 20 20 20 .RIV071243Totaf ___ -----· --· 50 125 531 706 175 531 706 Description: PTC 5,800 Agency PALM DESERT 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. !Fund I ENGc= RIWL CON! Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/2015! 201512016! 2016/20171 2017/20181 --rotalj CMAQ 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 . c1i'YFurifos··-----400 200 3,000 3,600 600 3,000 3,600 -Rivo71255 fofaf 400 200 5,200 5,800 600 5,200 5,800 ProjectJD H County RIV031205 Riverside Description: PTC 4,750 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS -WIDEN RAMON RD FROM 4 TO 6 LNS (3 IN EA DIR), FROM EL CIELO RD TO SUNRISE WY., WITH INTERSECTION WIDENING AT EL CIELO RD (ADD WB RT TURN LANE). AT FARRELL DR (ADD SB LEFT TURN LANE). & AT SUNRISE WY (ADD SB LEFT. NB LEFT. AND WB LEFT\. Fund I ENGi R/WI -CONT Total! Priori 2012120131 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 CITY FUNDS 750 1,000 1,750 750 RIV03T2os-Total 750 1,000 1,750 750 Description: PTC 4,875 Agency . PALM SPRINGS 2016/20171 2017/2018 1,000 1,000 Total 1,750 1,750 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 IHBRR #: OOL0027). Fund I ENGJ ·-RIWI HH co~_L . Tota'! --Priorj ,BRIDGE-LOCAL I 641 576 1,217 1,142 ----------·--·-·· ........ -·--1 '._~_l_TY FUNDS _____________ .) 83 74 157 148 RIV031206 Total 724 650 1,374 1,290 Print Date: 4/3 3:51:14 PM 2012/2013 ~ 9 84 201~/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 Total 1,217 157 1,374 16 of 29 SOL U>l CAUFORNIA ASBOwntON of GC)vmNrtiENTS 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000-s) L EXEMPT-93.126 Description: PTC 1,869 Agency PALM SPRINGS 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. ($189 OF TC USED TO MATCH CON IN FY14/15 Fund -· I ENGi ~'---CON! Total! Prior] 2012720131 2013/2014[ n 2014/201sr=2015~~016l 2016/20171 201_7/20181 Total! : CMAQ 199 1,644 1,843 199 1,644 1,843 'c1i''{f'OJ\J6s 26 26 26 26 .RTvi:ii1258fofa1 225 1,644 1,869 225 1,644 1,869 REG0704 CAX76 16 Description: PTC 1, 193 Agency IN PALM SPRINGS -RDWAY, DRAIN., VEH. PARKING & APPURTENANT STRUCTURES & FAC. FOR THE AGUA CALIENTE MUSEUM (SE CORNER OF TAHQUITZ CNYN WY & HERMOSA DR). IMP INC: WIDEN HERMOSA DR. (TAHQUITZ CYN WY-ARENAS RD (NON-CAP)) TO PROVIDE OFFSITE BAY PARK. STALLS); EXT. HERMOSA DR (ARENAS RD-BARISTO RD, CAP ENH 2 LNS, 1 LN IN EA DIR): & CONS PALM SPRINGS SD L-9 <BARISTO CHANNEL -ARENAS RDl. Fund I ENGi ~r=~ nCONI Total . DEMO-SAFETEA-LU ' 50 400 450 ip'08L1c [ANi:l HWY's 50 581 631 :cltY-FUNDs·--... 12 100 112 RIV090402 Total ~~. -· ····-·" 112 1,081 1,193 Prior 50 50 12 112 2012/2013 2013/2014 400 581 100 1,081 2014/2015 2015/2016 Description: PTC 95,000 Agency PALM SPRINGS 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 Total 450 631 112 1,193 IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS: REPLACE EXISTING 4-LANE LOW WATER CROSSING ON VISTA CHINO AT WHITEWATER RIVER WITH A NEW 4-LANE BRIDGE -BRIDGE NO. OOL0052. [Fund-! __________ ENGi_ RIWI ___ CON[ Total[ Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 201772018! t6falj :BRIDGE-LOCAL i 7,250 2,213 9,463 1,496 7,967 9,463 fCITYFffNos' .. _ i 940 287 1,227 194 1,033 1,227 ·R'iVo9o4os tota1 8, 190 2,500 1 o,69o 1,690 9,ooo 10,690 Pro]~ctlD RIV091205 Description: PTC 482 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN COACHELLA VALLEY IN CITY OF PALM SPRINGS -FARRELL DR RIGHT TURN LANE AT VISTA CHINO: CONSTRUCTION OF A SEPARATE RIGHT TURN LANE FOR NB TRAFFIC AT THE INTERSECTION OF FARRELL DR AND VISTA CHINO, INCLUDING RELOCATION AND UPGRADE OF THE TRAFFIC SIGNAL. IFuna--I ENGi RIWI__ CON! Total[ Prior[ 2012120131 201312014[ 201412015j 20151201sj 2016120111 20111201s1 ----rOtal] ; CMAQ J 40 369 409 40 369 409 jc1iY"fLIN-r>S ·· · --· .... -----i 25 48 13 25 48 13 -R:JV09f2os·fafar·----------·--' 65 411 482 65 411 482 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:14 PM Page: 17 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOOlATTflN of GOVERNMENTS 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 36, 160 A!Jency 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. 56C0287). INCLUDING SEISMIC RETROFIT AND SCOUR COUNTERMEASURES AS NECESSARY. Fund [ ENG[ RIW[ CONj Total] Prior BRIDGE -LOCAL I 2,453 1,030 21,753 25,236 1,201 cifYF"tJN15S .. --1 1,077 1,736 8,111 10,924 915 -R"iv11012n0Iar--· ··-··--3,530 2.166 29,864 36,160 2.116 County Riverside 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2,282 1,898 4,180 Description: PTC 4,500 Agency PALM SPRINGS 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 21,753 8, 111 29,864 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN PALM SPRINGS -WIDENING OF WEST SAN RAFAEL RD: WIDENING OF WEST SAN RAFAEL RD FROM TWO TO FOUR LANES (2 LANES IN EACH DIRECTION\ WITH A CONTINUOUS LEFT TURN LANE FROM N. INDIAN CANYON DR. TON. VIRGINIA RD. Total 25,236 10,924 36,160 Fund -rn rni-----E:NGr---R/VVr---_CbNT -lofal[ -Prior[ 201212013 j 2013/2014 j 2014/2015j 2015/20161 2016/2017 j 2017/2018j Total CITY FUNDS \ 500 3,000 3,500 500 3,000 3,500 R.1v1202o6Toiai" · ·-· ---· 500 3,ooo 3,500 500 3,ooo 3,500 P~ojecllD RIV990727 Description: PTC 19,860 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN PALM SPRINGS: WIDEN INDIAN CANYON DR FROM 2 TO 6 LANES (3 IN EACH DIRECTION), FROM UPRR OVERCROSSING TO GARNET AVE (HBRR#:56C0025). !Fund =-:1 ___ ~ RIWI CQ!'!J Totalj Priori 2012/20131_ 2013/20141 2014/2010B_ 2015/20161 2016/20171 201712018[----lofalJ BRIDGE -LOCAL 380 1,286 1,666 380 1,286 1,666 sfPCocAi... 31 31 31 31 RIV c<YsALES TAX 96 167 263 96 167 263 . f'Hv9901271'ofa1 ____ . .. . ·-· . 507 1,453 1,960 507 1,453 1,960 Al\lendr'nent, 10 Description: PTC 5,412 Agency PERRIS 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. !Fund I ENGL RIWI CON! Total[_ Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016j 2016/20171 2017/20!aC--Tofalj 'CITY FUNDS : 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 ;wE:sfERNRlVfUMF -----·1 280 434 3,198 3,912 714 3,198 3,912 .. RIV011205fofal-------.-------280 434 4,698 5,412 714 4,698 5,412 Print Date: 4/3( 1:51:14 PM 18 of 29 l RN CALIFORNIA 1N ofGOVERNl'lENTS ~roject!D. It County, Air Ba~in H Model RIV091010 Riverside SSAB 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) L Description: PTC 5,345 Agency IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY -MONTEREY AVE WIDENING FROM 4.TO 6 THROUGH LANES (ADDING A 3RD NB & SB THROUGH LANE) FROM HOVLEY LANE WEST TO PARK VIEW DR IN THE CITIES OF RANCHO MIRAGE AND PALM DESERT, INCLUDING TS MODIFICATION, AND SIGNING AND STRIPING IMPROVEMENTS (RTP ID 3A07116 & 3A07128l. Fund ,CITY FUNDS i EASTERNRiv-fITi;fF '"R1vo91010-tCitar -ENG 235 110 345 RNJ 250 250 500 CON 2,250 2,250 4,500 Total 2,735 2,610 5,345 Prior 201212013 2013/2014 235 110 345 2014/2015 2015/2016 250 250 500 Description: PTC ~ ,850 Agency RANCHO MIRAGE 2016/2017 2017/2018 2,250 2,250 4,500 Total 2,735 2,610 5,345 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. [Fund J. -~-~~I_-·-~== CON! Totaq Pi§_d 2012/2013j 2013/20141 2014/2015! 2015/2016! 2016/2017j 2017/2018J Total\ [ STP LOCAL i 850 850 850 850 [ciWFUNDS 1 300 50 650 1,000 350 650 1,000 'RTV110130Totar·------·------300 50 1,500 1,850 350 1,500 1,850 "l?rojectlD ' O C,oun~~ RIV011236 Riverside Description: PTC 57,780 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN RIV COUNTY & MURRIETA-EXTEND/CONSTRUCT CLINTON KEITH ROAD (6 LANES TOTAL -APPROX 3.4 MILES) WITH 2 BRIDGES FROM ANTELOPE ROAD TO WINCHESTER ROAD SR79 Fund ENG RNJ ;COUNTY 1 6,500 11,802 .RiiFcosAI'Es TAX -----·-RiVoH236 Total-·----6,500 11,802 CON 22,978 16,500 39,478 Total 41,280 16,500 57,780 Prior 18,302 18,302 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 22,978 16,500 39,478 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 41,280 16,500 57,780 Al1)endment-RIV031202 8 Description: PTC 21,021 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY 1-10 BYPASS SOUTH (FORMERLY RAMSEY ST. EXT.): CONSTRUCT TWO LANES OF ROADWAY TO PROVIDE A BY-PASS/NETWORK FACILITY FOR THE 1-10, APPROX. 1/2 MILE S/O 1-10 BETWEEN THE EASTERN END OF THE CITY OF BANNING AND APACHE TRAIL IN CABAZON. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE THE CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGE CROSSINGS AT SMITH CREEK AND SAN GORGONIO RIVER. [!=und I ENGJ RNJJ CON! Totaq Priorj 2012/2013j 2013/2014J 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018j Totaq SURFACETRANSPROG I 1,739 1,739 1,739 1,739 :toutJfY-·------. .. --1 1,963 520 14,901-17,384 2,483 14,901 17,384 •WESTERN RIVTUMF .. ---i 1}48 1,748 160 1,001 587 1,748 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:14 PM Page: 19 of 29 SOUTHERN CAUFORNtA ASSOOIA'TTON ofGGVERNMIENlS :_R~~:co ~ALES!_~-=-=·:_] RIV031202 Total ProjectlD RIV060123 150 5,600 520 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program 14,901 Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 150 21,021 160 2,740 150 3,220 14,901 Description: PTC 30,806 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY 150 21,021 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 GRADER/RX-ING WITH A 4-LN 12 LNS IN EACH DIRECTION -NON-CAPACITY) UNDERCROSSING IUPRR). I Fund ENGi RIWT ------CONC-lotafl P~ 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/2015 CMAQ 6,000 6,829 12,829 12,829 [PROJECTSOF-NAtfbNAC/J.fti___ 2,500 2,500 ! REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE [COUNTY----------------'Loc"ACYRANSF0Ni5S-rtAA5ECORRfo6R PROGRAM -Ri\/060123-fOfal _________ -625 220 3,345 434 951 7,385 1,059 1,171 13,247 13,247 20,076 30,806 2,500 625 434 1,171 13,247 3,125 14,852 12,829 2015/2016 2016/20171 201712018 Total 12,829 2,500 1,059 1, 171 13,247 30,806 f,>.ir B_asin J[, _ Moct~l;J[ . . _RTI>:io_~·-; '.Ji Pr~~am:;~C.:En.d:. ·JLJystem:;J[V~orm1;.c;;;gol)'1'3. ]f.. ~mendinent SCAB RIV060124 NCN31 L EXEMPT -93.126 18 Description: PTC 34,764 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN BANNING ON SUNSET AVE AT 1-10 FROM S/O RAMSEY ST TO S/O LINCOLN ST: LOWER SUNSET AVE TO CONSTRUCT NEW 4-LANE UC AT UPRR CROSSING (NON-CAPACITY) AND RECONSTRUCT THE 1-10 IC RAMPS TO MEET THE NEW STREET GRADE ISAFETEA-LU CA438. #1261) IEA:33471 Fund I ENGi RJWI CONJ Total! Priori 2012120131 2013/2014 . CMAQ 10,000 10,000 DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 1,440 1,440 . PROJ'EctSbF NATIONAL AND. 7,500 7,500 :~w~c'ih:SJGNlf'.]CA_N_gi; . ---i-Ci'rY FUNDS -WESTERN-Rh/ TlTMF-i 'fRADE CORRH56R-PROGRAM -RiV66of2-4'toiar-· ·· 700 736 2,500 406 3,200 1,142 1,482 1,482 1,436 2,906 10,000 10,000 30,422 34,764 700 1,500 2,200 1,440 7,500 1,482 736 1,406 10,000 22,564 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 9,400 600 9,400 600 Description: PTC 51,632 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY 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. ION THE EAST) AND LINCOLN STREET ION THE WEST). Fund I ENGi _RJWI CONJ TotaJ! Priorj 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016T--20f6/2017j 201712018 CMAQ ! 16,400 16,400 16,400 '. STPTbcAL . 1 4,350 4,350 4,350 !cbliNTY--. -..... l 2,847 191 3,038 2,553 485 !PR1vATE FuITT5s ____ --------: 2,000 2.000 1,436 564 Print Date: 4/3 3:51:14 PM Total 10,000 1,440 7,500 1,482 1,436 2,906 10,000 34,764 Total 16,400 4,350 3,038 2,000 20 of 29 SOl ~N CALIFORNIA ._... ' ,,.. ""ASS~Nof uOVERNMEN"JS fWESTERt.fff1v fOMF ______ .. l lSTATEPLic _____________ ----i [TRADE CORRID6if PROGRAM ___ J 1,416 1,732 -RIV071278 TOial _________ --·-· 4,263 1,923 2013 Federal Transportation 11 nprovement Program 5,000 17,696 45,446 Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 3,148 5,000 17,696 51,632 1,766 4,319 1,382 5,000 17,696 42,399 4,914 3,148 5,000 17,696 51,632 Projec;UD " County ---~men·amen!t , RIV071285 Riverside 5 Description: PTC 31,658 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY 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 GRADER/RX-ING WITH A 2 LN OC (1 LN IN EA DIR -NON-CAPACITY) ACROSS THE UPRR TRACKS. p=unir ------I ENG[ RIWJ CONJ Totaq Priori _201212013! 2013/2014J 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/2017J 2017/2018J TotalJ AGENCY ' 2,563 3,289 10,740 16,592 5,852 10,740 16,592 tRA6E-cb-RR'10C5ifPR6GRAM _____ j 15,066 15,066 15,066 15,066 -Rlvoi1285-fcita.r---------~ 2,563 3,289 25,806 31,658 5,052 25,806 31,658 ProjectlD RIV071288 Description: PTC 25,250 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY -66TH AVE GRADE SEPARATION: CONSTRUCT A TWO-LN (1-LN IN EA DIR) 66TH AVE ELEVATED STRUCTURE OVER THE UPRR, HAMMOND RD., AND SH-111., FROM WESTERLY OF LINCOLN ST TO JOHNSON ST ON THE EAST IN THE COMMUNITY OF MECCA. ADD. IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED TO TIE BACK INTO THE EXISTING ALIGNMENT. jFuncf r ENGj RIWJ CONJ TotaiJ PriorJ 201212013J 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016j 2016/2017f-2b17/20_18J Totalj • FFY 2009 Appropriations Earmarks . 950 950 950 950 • CMAQ ----j 350 350 350 350 ~~~!~~~-~~!l!0!~: ____ --_ __] 500 500 500 500 _RIV CO SA~~: IV<----__ j 500 500 500 500 RIV071288 Total 2,300 2,300 500 1,800 2,300 County Riverside Description: PTC 33,327 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE -PIGEON PASS RD CORRIDOR: CONSTRUCT A NEW 4-LANE PIGEON PASS RD CORRIDOR FACILITY BETWEEN MT. VERNON AVE. AND HIDDEN SPRINGS RD. INCLUDING SIGNALS AND MEDIANS ITHIS IS AN AC CONVERSION PROJECT) (PA&ED ONLY). li'und --T--ENGI R/WI CONI Totall Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014120151 201572(f1Ell 2016/20171 2017/2018 [STP LOCAL I 2 2 2 ~ggg~~DVAf:rc~-:-__ ==-~----i 3,027 3,027 3,02~ -2 :coNST~£TION __ -----__ j RIV100103 Total 3,029 3,029 3,029 Total 2 3,027 3,029 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:14 PM Page: 21 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AaoatmOMcfGOVERNl\IDJTS Projec,:llDJ ,~f County. RIV111003 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 40,900 Agency : RIVERSIDE COUNTY Amendment 16 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 'BRIDGE -LOCAL 'c1wr=Ui·ros ____ -· ----· Fund _J ENGJ R!WJ CON! TotalJ Pri~------~~1212'?_~~~~3/20141 201~015J 2df5/2016[-2016/2017J 2017/2018 . 3,634 354 3,988 3,634 354 471 46 517 471 46 ·ruvmoo3 Tolar··-----4,105 400 4,505 4,105 400 Description: PTC 15,755 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY Total 3,988 517 4,505 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY -ON AVE 56/AIRPORT DR, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER .21 MILES E/O HWY 111 <BRIDGE N0.56C0020). Fund BRIDGE -LOCAL .AGENCY ·R"1\/121·2031'oiaf · . Rfo)!!Ctl~ RIV121204 ENG 1,822 236. 2,058 RfW 531 69 600 CON Total 2,353 305 2,658 Prior 2012/2013 51 7 58 2013/2014 1,771 229 2,000 2014/2015 201512016 2016/20171 2017/2018 531 69 600 Description: PTC 56,339 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY Total 2,353 305 2,658 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF NORCO-ON HAMNER AVE OVER SANTAANA RIVER .5 MILES N/O OF SIXTH STREET, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 6 LANE BRIDGE BRIDGE N0.56C0446). Fund BRIDGE -LOCAL -AGENCY-RIV121264tofal ENG 5,771 747 6,518 RfW CON Total 5,771 747 6,518 Prior 2012/2013 201312014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 ---459 5,312 59 688 518 . 6,000 Description: PTC 6,405 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY 6,518 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE-CONSTRUCTION OF A 7.2 MILE MULTI-MODAL URBAN TRAIL ALONG THE SALT CREEK FLOOD CONTROL CHANNEL BETWEEN THE COMMUNITIES OF HEMET, MENIFEE AND CANYON LAKE. THE MULTI-MODAL TRAIL WILL INCLUDE A 16 FT WIDE CLASS I BIKEWAY AND 12 FT WIDE DECOMPOSED GRANITE PEDESTRIAL TRAIL !Fund I ENGc=_~---CON! Totatj Priori 2012/2013! 2013/2014J 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016120171 2017120181 Totaq CMAQ l 5,090 5,090 5,090 5,090 "AG"E:NcV·· -· ·-1 347 76 892 1,315 347 76 892 1,315 L---~·W·-·--·~··-·-···-----·-----·-···--·' ' RIV151210 Total 347 76 5,982 6,405 347 76 5,982 6,405 Print Date: 41'!. 3:51:14 PM 22 of 29 SOI RN CALIFORNIA ~tA110NofGOvmN!'tmN18 Proj~cuo~ 2013 Federal Transportation 11nprovement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) RIV031218 K1vers1ae ::>GAt:l KIV031218 CAX66 L NON-EXEMPT 9 Description: PTC 1,691,500 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIV CO -NEW MiD CO PKWY: CONS 6 THRU LN (3 LNS IN EA DIR) APPROX 16 Ml. 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. p=und EN~L RIWJ COr-JJ Tot~t __ Prior) 2012/2013J ~013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016J 2016/2017J 2017/2018J Total! 'DEMO -TEA 21 500 500 500 500 r.A.GENCY---------180,000 180,000 80,000 100.000 180,000 !Bof;if5s -TocAL 132,000 450.000 582,000 50.000 82.000 250,000 200.000 582,000 !WESTERl;rn·1vtDMF-24,000 14,500 36,800 75,300 13,000 21,500 4,000 16,800 20,000 75,300 iRTVCOSALESTAX-·-91,000 33,500 69,200 193,700 27,400 2,400 2,500 62,200 30,000 34,200 35,000 193,700 ·R.1vo3121aroiai -115,500 180,000 736,ooo 1,031,500 40,9oo 2,400 2,500 133,100 116,000 381.000 355,ooo 1.031,500 EXEMPT -93.126 12 Description: PTC 2,543 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 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). $292 IN TOLL CREDITS WILL BE UTILIZED TO MATCH STPUSTP ENHANCE-RIP TEA CONS Fund __ J__ ENGi RIWJ CONI TotalJ Priori 2012/2013j 2013/2014 S_!~ L~-~L . . i 943 943 943 STP ENHANCE-RIP TEA . 1,600 1,600 1,600 ·Rfvo41o47ratir· -· -·· 2.543 2.543 2.543 Pt6Jf:lcua RIV130401 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 943 1,600 2,543 Description: PTC 14,388 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 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. Fund j ENGJ ___ RlWJ coNr·--·rota1f-l'norJ-201212013 ; STP LOCAL 10,647 10,647 <cifYFONos···· · --1 3,741 3,741 ·"R1v130401foiai -----·----~ 14,388 14,388 eounty Riverside 2013/2014 7,280 1,928 9,208 2014/2015 3,330 1,808 5,138 2015/2016 37 5 42 2016720111 201712018 Total 10,647 3,741 14,388 ~tilendm~r}ti!' 18 Description: PTC 5,110 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 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. !Fund J ENGJ RIWJ CONJ Totalj PriorJ 2012/2013J 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016J 2016/2017J 2017/2018J Totaq j STP LOCAL i 3,245 3,245 2,321 924 3,245 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:14 PM Page: 23 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCYmONflfGDVBNMENl'S ;cliYf:tTNDS .. ·-----·-RIV130402 Totar---ProjectlD' courity RIV071272 Riverside ! .J 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program 1,865 5,110 Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 1,865 5,110 600 2,921 1,265 2,189 Description: PTC 33,820 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF Amendment 9 1,865 5, 110 IN RIVERSIDE ON RIVERSIDE AVE: REPLACE EXISTING 4-LANE (2 LNS IN EA DIR) RJRJ 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 SNJ ON EACH SIDE OF RIVERSIDE AVE WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS ($791 TC IN FY09/10 USED TO MATCH STPL IN RlW Fund I ENG j FFY 2010 APPROPRIATIONS ; ro-~:c~:F~TEA-Ui _________ .. -! SECTION 129-:5m~"F0ACE ! i-}~~~~~~.p~~ePf~~~~k~~ciiil .Priorities sfhocf..C CITY FUNDS ,.PRIVATE FUNDS :t6AARTICLE_#4_ . STATE-PUC TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM -R"ivoffa72 rOiai .. · ---· --· --ProjectlD': U Count~. RIV071280 Riverside 1,000 1,500 2,500 RlW 6,892 6,892 CON Total 674 674 160 160 1,391 1,391 570 570 6,892 3,283 4,283 1,250 1,250 1,500 5,000 5,000 12, 100 12, 100 24,428 33,820 Prior 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 Total 674 674 160 160 1,391 1,391 570 570 6,892 6,892 1,000 3,283 4,283 1,250 1,250 1,500 1,500 5,000 5,000 12, 100 12, 100 9,392 24,428 33,820 Description: PTC 38,000 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE ON MARY STREET: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR) RJR X-ING WITH A 4 LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR -NON-CAPACITY) U.C. GRADE SEPARATION ON MARY ST BETWEEN MARGUERITE AVE AND INDIANA AVE. [Fiind I ENGi RJWI CONj Total! Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/2017! 2017/20181 Totaq AGENCY ; 3,000 10,000 20,000 33,000 3,000 10,000 20,000 33,000 sf/\fEPLfc· j 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 R:il/071280 ·rotai -----· 3,ooo 15,ooo 20,000 38,ooo 3,ooo 15,000 20,000 38,ooo ProjectlD -r· Rl:PID· _,;.f.J!..men9ment RIV110116 REG0703 Description: PTC 8,000 Agency IN RIVERSIDE -QUIET ZONE X-ING IMPROVEMENTS: UPGRADE OF 11 AT-GRADE HWY-RAIL X-INGS & ONE PEDESTRIAN ONLY AT-GRADE X-ING ALONG THE BNSF SAN BERNARDINO 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. p=und I EN§]______ RJWj CON! Totati Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016! 2016/20171 2017120181 Totalj 'STP LOCAL i 7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 Print Date: 4/3 3:51:14 PM 24 of 29 rRf1/cosAi.:E5 TiX---------1 .___···---------·-----~---·~--1 RIV110116 Total 2013 Federal Transportatio., improvement Program 1,000 8,000 Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 1,000 8,000 1,000 8,000 . ..eonfoj:rnl.tY1Ghtegqf'Y: · . <Jr . • Amendmefit EXEMPT-93.126 0 Description: PTC 28,100 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF 1,000 8,000 IN RIVERSIDE ON THIRD STREET: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LANE (2 IN EACH DIRECTION) R/R/ X-ING WITH A 4-LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR -NON-CAPACITY) U.C. GRADE SEPARATION ON THIRD ST BETWEEN VINE ST AND PARK AVE. jFund I ~ RJWI CONI Totalj Priori 2012/201£ 2013/2013:[ 2014/20151 2015120161 2016120171 2017120181 Totalj ; SURFACE TRANS PROG -HR4818 i 323 323 323 323 ---·-·------------------. --·-·-·· --·-·l . iCJTYFUNDS i 1,777 1,000 17,500 'J,0,277 1,000 1,777 17,500 20,277 !PRIVATEFUNDS -. ------· 500 2,000 2,500 500 2,000 2,500 ~STATE P-Oc -------4,500 500 5,000 4,500 500 5,000 'R1v11112Tto1ar---· 2.100 5,000 20.000 28,100 1,323 6,111 20.000 28.100 'Coonty. Riverside Description: PTC 38,000 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE -MADISON ST GRADE SEPARATION: CONSTRUCT A 4-LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR)NON-CAPACITY ENHANCING MADISON ST/BNSF UNDERPASS BETWEEN INDIANA AVE AND PETERS ST/YSMAEL VILLEGAS ST. jFund J ENGi RJWI CONI Totalj Priori_ 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2011T20f8Tn --TotalJ CITY FUNDS : 2,500 12,500 18,000 33,000 2,500 12,500 18,000 33,000 :sTATEF'Oc ----------: 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 -·· -··------·--···-·-.•.. J RIV111208Total 2,500 12,500 23,000 38,000 2,500 12,500 23,000 38,000 1";-Counfy Amendment. Riverside 17 Description: PTC 1,857 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE -INSTALL FIBER-OPTIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT IMPROVEMENTS ON MARKET ST/MAGNOLIA AVE FROM FIRST ST TO BUCHANAN ST AND INSTALL MISSING CONDUITS ON MAGNOLIA AVE FROM LA SIERRA AVE TO PIERCE ST UPDATING 49 SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS jFund --~!'JGI RJWI CONI Totalj Priori 20121201c:=2013120141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2011/20f8j -TotalJ '. CMAQ 1,388 1,388 1,388 1,388 :ciTY-FUNDS -. 6 463 469 6 463 469 ·ru\r;512-osro1~r--6 1,851 1,857 6 1,851 1.8s1 ~_TP, ID Amendment 7120004 17 Description: PTC 751 Agency RIVERSIDE. CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE -PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING TO CONSTRUCT A PEDESTRIAN/BICYCLE BRIDGE ACROSS THE SR-91 CONNECTING THE RIVERSIDE METROLINK STATION TO DOWNTOWN AREA IPA&ED ONLY Fund I ENGJ RJWI CONJ Totalj Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/2015} -2015/2016I 2016/2017! 2017/2018! Total CMAQ I 638 638 638 638 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51:14 PM Page: 25 of 29 c1n'f:uNfis··-· . RIVf512ofiotai-... of GOVE'RNr.~ENlS l ! 113 751 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 113 751 113 751 Description: PTC 3,250 ·Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE -CONSTRUCT A NEW 4.3 MILE WALKING PATH ADJACENT TO SANTA ANA RIVER CLASS I BIKE TRAIL FROM MARTHA MCLEAN ANZA NARROWS PARK TO FAIRMOUNT PARK 113 751 !Flind ENGi RIWI CON! Totaq ~riorj 2012/2?13j 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/201!] 2017120181 Totalj : CMAQ . 2,376 2,376 2,376 2,376 ·c1l'Y FUNDS -. -.. ·-· 280 594 874 280 S94 874 RTV15-f2oi-totar ·-------280 2,970 3,250 280 2,970 3,250 County Riverside Description: PTC 223 Agency IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE-REALIGN AND RECONSTRUCT A PORTION OF THE SANTAANA RIVER CLASS I BICYCLE TRAIL BEHIND GRASSY TRAIL DRIVE. THE IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE GRADING, PAVING, STRIPING AND FENCE RELOCATION jFund I ENGi RIWI CON} Totaq Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015120161_ __ 2016/20171 2017/2018C-tofolj CMAQ ' 141 141 141 141 CITY FUNDS 35 47 82 35 47 82 Rf\1151208-foial ·· ·· · 35 188 223 35 188 223 Description: PTC 303 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE -INSTALL UP TO FOUR BICYCLE STATIONS AND PROVIDE FORTY BICYCLES, TEN AT EACH STATION, TO IMPLEMENT A BIKE SHARE PROGRAM IN THE VICINITY OF DOWNTOWN RIVERSIDE, RIVERSIDE METROLINK STATION AND UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IN RIVERSIDE. jFund ENG! RJW! CONj Totaq Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/2015j 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018}--fofolJ CMAQ 240 240 240 240 CITY-FUNDS -35 28 63 35 28 63 Rfv151209 -i'ofar ·---· --35 268 303 35 268 303 ProjectlD Counly RIV151215 Riverside Description: PTC 403 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE -CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALK ON ONE SIDE OF BRUCE STREET FROM ADAIR AVE TO LAKE AVE. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A TOTAL OF 2,100 LF OF NEW SIDEWALK ~d I ENC1 RJWI CON! Totaq Priori 2012/20131 2013120141 2014120151 2015/2016j 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totaq CMAQ i 195 195 195 195 ~cTrri=or.ros-· · --· ···--1 13 195 208 13 19s 208 "RTVT5121s"fotal . ---------' 13 390 403 13 390 403 Print Date: 4/3( 3:51:14 PM 26 of 29 SO. :RN CALIFORNIA -~ ASSWAllON of GCJVERNm 'ProjectlD RIV111129 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 9,660 Agency SAN JACiNTO 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 GUTIER. EXIST CONFIGURATION VARIES FROM 2 AND 4 LANES-WIDENING WILL BE FROM 2 TO 6 AND 4 TO 6 LANES. IFundH I ENGi ~--~ Totalj Priori 2012120131 20131201-![ 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 Totaq :WESTERN RIVTUMF 1 650 4,510 5,160 650 4,510 5,160 i RIV CO SALES TAX°··-------· . --~ 4,500 4,500 4,500 4,500 RIV1fff29'f0iar-------· ----650 9,010 9,660 650 9,010 9,660 , '0~iun'ty, Riverside CAX63 Description: PTC 7,000 Agency SAN JACINTO 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. IFunCf----ENGL_ RPNI CON! Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016T2o17[--20l1/2()18] Total] k~I~-~~-~~----_____ ...... _ _____ 500 500 500 500 : WESTERN RIV TUMF 3,825 3,825 3,825 3,825 :RrTcoi'fA[ES TAX ____ ---· --2,675 2,675 2,675 2,675 · ruv1202osrota1 ___ -----· -----500 6,500 1 .ooo 500 6,500 1 .ooo l?rojectlD II · Ccmnty 991203 Riverside Description: PTC 18,707 Agency EXTEND OVERLAND DRIVE (4 LANES) FROM COMMERCE CENTER DRIVE TO AVENIDA ALVARADO/DIAZ ROAD INTERSECTION INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION OF 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK <TO BE IMPLEMENTED IN PHASES Fund I ENG I RfW iCITY FUNDS "9912·03roiai 1,068 1,068 5,131 5,131 CON 12,508 12,508 Total 18,707 18,707 Prior 953 953 201212013 7,122 7,122 2013/2014 2014/2015 10,632 10,632 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 18,707 18,707 ProjectlD If County . Program Amendment: 991206 Riverside CAN67 3 Description: PTC 43,536 Agency BUTIERFIELD STAGE RD EXTENSIONS: EXTEND MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD (4 LNS) FROM BUTIERFIELD STAGE RD TO SERAPHINA RD; BUTIERFIELD STAGE RD (4 LNS) FROM RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD TO MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD: & NICHOLAS RD 14 LNS) FROM BUTIERFIELD STAGE RD. TO CALLE GIRASOL Fund . . --T--m--EN~-~R!Wj CONj Totalj Priorj 2012/2013j 2013/2014L_2_d1472015f-;;m1572016f 2016/20171 2017/2018 ; CITY FUNDS 1,267 15,620 25,211 42,098 15,253 25,677 1, 168 :v:iESTERfJ'Ril/fUMF.. .. .. ---I 1 438 1 438 1 438 c ............ -·--------------------------.. J . . ' . ' 991206Total 1,267 17,058 25,211 43,536 16,691 25,677 1,168 Total 42,098 1,438 43,536 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51 :14 PM Page: 27 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OC:Um.ON ofGOVERNMENlS ProjectlD U County", RIV060113 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 10,788 Agency ·Amendment 5 CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK (PART OF WESTERN BYPASS CORRIDOR) INCLUDING APPROACHES, CURB & GUTTER, SIDEWALKS, & STORM DRAIN FACILITIES !Fund I ENGi RIWj CONj Totalj Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018L __ !§ij 'CITY FUNDS , 275 2,335 2,610 264 11 2,335 2,610 '.WESTERN Rt'J'TUMF . -: 701 310 7,167 8,178 653 62 7,463 8,178 -RiVo6b113 TotaC ... ---· -·--' 976 310 9,502 10,788 917 73 9,798 10,788 ProjecUD' ll C01.inty. F.~endment RIV060114 Riverside 0 Description: PTC 13,500 Agency IN SOUTHWEST TEMECULA: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT 4 LANE WESTERN BYPASS CORRIDOR (PHASE 1) FROM SR79 SOUTH TO RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD jFuncf _______ ---------== ENGi RIWI co~... Total! Priori 2012120131 2013/20~_ 20141201s1 2015120161 201512011[ 20111201!C _____ tora~ ·AGENCY • tlWFUNDS 43 168 211 211 211 WESTERNRIV-TlJMF 127 127 127 127 RIV066114 fciial 170 168 338 338 338 ·_ ,~An:iendme_nf, 17 Description: PTC 7,574 Agency TEMECULA IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA-CONSTRUCT REMAINING ONE MILE MISSING LINK IN THE SANTA GERTRUDIS CREEK RECREATIONAL MULTI-USE PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE TRAIL FROM YNEZ ROAD TO MURRIETA CREEK MUL Tl-PURPOSE TRAIL. jFund [ ____ _§NG1._.. RIWI CON[ TotalL_ ___ ~!iorl 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/201.51 2015/20161 2016/20171 201772Cff8[ ----T6tCllj CITY FUNDS 503 7,071 7,574 474 29 7,071 7,574 RIV14030ftotai 503 7,071 7,§74 474 29 7,071 7,574 ~.... 'f-;i' ..... '""" :-: -"""'"'· ·~un:" :':~-z-~·n-""""'11'.""'-t·~~~~ .... ~ .... ~~~~~·:""'~U . ,a.,.&,,:Ah.i.1£'.l~.•-•!t!PH .... '¥!iP!?£'."R+:fF:fiy·f!'iL.1.i'J1!Cf'. •.• -!+ $,,, .~n-.~t":'!~i~.-.. 4 ColJnty Riverside Description: PTC 2,364 Agency TEMECULA IN SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN TEMECULA ON TEMECULA PKWY (FORMERLY SR79) AT LA PAZ ST: ACQUIRE LAND, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT PARK-AND-RIDE LOT -157 SPACES. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE THE CONSTRUCTION OF 10 BICYCLE LOCKERS, PASSENGER LOAD/UNLOAD ZONE AND ADA ACCESSIBLE'PARKING. !Fund I ENGi RIWI CON! · Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 fetal] I CMAQ ·1 1,301 1,301 1,301 1,301 jCITYF\.JN5s -·-.. 85 188 121 394 273 121 394 !st.A:tE'i'\8276'6'-----------: 92 577 669 92 577 669 1~rvff2029rafaf · ---·-- -111 1 s8 1,999 2,364 365 1,999 2,364 Print Date: 4/3' 3:51:14 PM 28 of 29 Projeqtfm B County Air Basin' RIV050201 Riverside SCAB 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Local Highway Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 155,579 Agency VARIOUS AGENCIES 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; $39 IN 13/14 FOR PE; $23 IN 16/17 FOR R/W; $1,278 IN 18/19 FOR CONS !Fund ENGj R!Wj CONI Totalj Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totaq 'BRIDGE-LOCAL 29,309 29,309 8,506 6,315 4,213 1,684 3,677 3,195 1,719 29,309 ~----·--·--,--.... ---· .. ;AGENCY 3,039 3,039 1,139 413 522 218 319 331 97 3,039 'IocA.I BRIDG-E SEISMIC-548 548 208 157 57 126 548 l_BETROFIT ACCOUNJ_. _ -·-. RIV050201 Total 32,896 32,896 9,645 6,936 4,735 1,902 4,153 3,583 1,942 32,896 P.rojecilD !I . <Sounty -RIV151213 Riverside Description: PTC 951 Agency WILDOMAR 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 11/111 BIKE LANES ON CLINTON KEITH RD FROM GRAND AVE TO GEORGE AVE. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A TOTAL OF 7,300 LF OF NEW BIKE LANES jFund I ENGi RJWI CONI TotaU Priori 2012120131 2013120141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/2017T~Of772018r Total\ · CMAQ i 614 614 614 614 ·clTYFUNDS 'RlVf5f213iotaT--107 107 25 25 205 819 337 951 107 107 25 25 Description: PTC 1,019 Agency WILDOMAR 205 819 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 337 951 ~--ENG I ~L CON I ___ · _ _!i§ ____ Prlori__ ___ ~_!2/201~1____ 2013/2014 I 2014/2015 I 2015/2016 I 2016/201~~ 20~!!3P18-I Total I 'CMAQ 747 747 747 747 cfiY FUNDS 114 26 132 RIVf51:if.rtoiai . --. 114 26 879 'Grano-Totai~.-1,.....-.,.;:;11~"7ol!'l~~r.;m1 .. ~"'fn'<> Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:51 :14 PM Page: 29 of 29 N1S l?rojectlD RIV120803 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 886 Agency PALO VERDE TRANSIT ltimendment 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 VERDEL Fund l FT A 5316 JOB ACCESS L!'BQQ..RAt.1__ ... . _ . · FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM (PROGRAM :AGENCY-:·FARE-REVENUE-· ; Lc5cACTRANS-FUNb·s· ·R1V12b8o:ftofai · . Projec!ID' 11 County RIV130616 Riverside ' J .. ; ENG RJW CON 46 15 21 85 719 886 RJPID REG0702 Total 46 15 21 85 719 886 Prior 201212013 46 15 21 85 719 886 201312014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 P.mendlnent • 13 Total 46 15 21 85 719 886 Description: PTC 913 Agency PALO VERDE TRANSIT IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR PALO VERDE VALLEY TRANSIT AGENCY -OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIX ROUTE AND PARATRANSIT SERVICES (NON-UZA) (FTA 5317 FY 11/12) Fund __ ::::i=_ ENGi RJWI CONI Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 20!~~-----Totall FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM 22 22 22 22 PROGRAM .AGEi,fc·{· 11 11 11 11 FARE REVE-NUE LOCAL TRANS.FUNDS -Riv13osfinotal--ProjectlD · H . ·county1 RIV111207 Riverside 89 791 913 RiJiP<IO' 89 791 913 89 791 913 89 791 913 Description: PTC 690 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY -CONTINUE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PARK-N-RIDE FACILITIES THROUGH PROPERTY LEASES (VARIOUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE WESTERN COUNTY\. Fund [AGENCY , ·RiV1f12o'rfotai" ·-·-··--· -·-·-·· Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:43 PM ENG RJW CON 690 690 Total 690 690 Prior 201212013 115 115 2013/2014 115 115 201472015 115 115 2015/2016 115 115 2018/20~ 11 · 2017/2018 115 115 115 115 Total 690 690 Page: 1of22 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ~ AS&OCIATION ofGCMRN~~EHTS 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Pro]ectlD .. lf · Cqunty It Air l;lasln H.· ModeJ· ... tB .· RTP110·· -~. c:, ·1 Program it:'.~:~ · Jf' I~~i~li.,.:Jl;,.:,..;;:~.t1~~~s~f~r"";.;'G.~~[o®iti §at~9a!Y:"2 U'· .' .A:itt'.endmE!nJ RIV120101 Riverside SCAB 3CR104 CON07 T EXEMPT-93.126 16 Description: PTC 10,367 Agency RIVERSIDE .COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 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 1$2,073.40 TC FOR 20% MATCH IN FY 13/14 Fund I ENGi ~[ COl'W·--Totaq PriorC 201212013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 Total FTA 5309(a) GUIDEWY . 10,367 10,367 .RIV120101 Totar--·--------10,367 10,367 10,367 10,367 EXEMPT -93.126 10,367 10,367 Description: PTC 289 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 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 IFTA 5310-FFY 12) 1$37 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). 289 Total 289 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Fund I E:NGJ -~r HCONJ TC>til'I Prior[ 201212013 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI ! 289 289 2013/2014 ·-·-----~-·--·-----··---·--· __ J RIV130803 Total 289 289 289 289 ProjecttD. _ JL . Go.urty ,, RIV130804 Riverside REG0702 BUN93 Description: PTC 421 Agency 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). Fund J ENG[ __ , __ RIW] CONJ Total[ Prior[ 2012/2013 FTA5310ELDANDDISABI 421 421 RIV13o804totar ·-421 421 2013/2014 421 421 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 421 421 Description: PTC 1 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 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) (1K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDITS USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). Fund ENGJ=-=--RJIN] H-~-co~--T6talj Prior[ 201212013} 2013/2014[ 2614/2615! 201512016] 2016/2017\ 201~/2018[ Total ; FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI i 1 1 1 1 'R1V135806 Total ______ --Print Date: 4/31 3:47:43 PM 2of22 :RN CALIFORNIA ~.:JATIONofGOVBNMENTS P.rojectlQ H · Coun\y; RIV140201 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportatior1 improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 149 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CAR-A-VAN TRANSIT: OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR CAR-A-VAN'S HOPE BUS FROM JARC (FTA 5316 FY 11/12) CYCLE 7 FUNDS ($149 TC IN FY 13/14 UTILIZED TO MATCH IN CON Fund ENGi RIWJ .. CONj Total~riorl 2012/20131 ·-2013/20141 2014/20151 . 2015/20161 2016/2?l!f 2017/2018j Total 1FTA5316JOBACCESS 149 149 149 149 I PROGRAM ·R1v140201 rciiai --·----· · 149 149 149 149 P,rojec!ID • lt -· County Amendment RIV140202 Riverside 17 Description: PTC 97 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CAR-A-VAN TRANSIT: MOBILITY MANAGEMENT TO ENHANCE TRANSPORTATION DELIVERY SERVICES FOR CAR-A-VAN'S HOPE BUS FROM JARC FTA 5316 FY 11/12) CYCLE 7 FUNDS 1$11.55 TC IN FY 13/14 UTILIZED TO MATCH IN CON Fund I ENG I R/W I CON I Total I Prior 2012/2013 2013/2014 'FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 87 87 46 2014/2015 2015/2016 41 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total ~ PROGRAM :AGENCY·--·· . · R.1v1 :ra202· ro1a1 i • J 10 97 10 97 46 10 51 ProjecflQf',.f!: ~-Counti: ' . If ft..ir Basin*9U. _Mb,delf.;'lt~~Jz '•Rl'e IDi."' -~ a p@'r~lriiE!.""'x Ja~:.::ek!iieF~~S,y.§!~l{.;/~.€9'11fo(iij1fljj~ateg'~rY~ :.~l"' . '~mendn:ientl RIV151002 Riverside SSAB 100705 PLN40 T EXEMPT-93.126 17 10 97 Description: PTC 4,200 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG -FEASIBILITY STUDY TO DETERMINE LOCATIONS FOR PROPOSED INTERCITY RAIL CORRIDOR FROM DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES TO INDIO. PA&ED ONLY Fund ENG R/W CON Tofa!L · Priorj 201212~ 201372014! · 2014/2015! 201572016[ 2016/2017j 2017/20181 Total! 4,200 4,200 4,200 PUBLIC TRANS 4,200 , MODERINAZATION IMP AND --~~V. ENH~t:!_QEMt::t-J:! ~CC.L ...... ! RIV151002 Total 4,200 4,200 4,200 4,200 ,. ProjectlD ll County RIV520109 Riverside Description: PTC 248,251 Agency RECONSTRUCT & UPGRADE SAN JACINTO BRANCH LINE FOR RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE (RIVERSIDE TO PERRIS) (PERRIS VALLEY LINE) (FY 07 S307) (UZA: RIV-SAN). !Fund I ENGi R!Wl CON! Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 201512016! 2016120111 201112018r----Total] 'CMAQ I 2,196 34,318 36,514 4,423 2,879 17,262 11,950 36,514 lSTP LocAC ----· .. 1 500 500 500 500 [°FTA-5307-UZA-FORMULAR . , 26,157 26,157 26,157 26,157 i"FTA53o9(b) NEW RAIL . .. ·1 1,960 73,040 75,000 1,960 73,040 75,000 iRIV-COSALES-TAX . I 13,028 20,731 23,343 57,102 34,047 18,260 3,246 1,549 57,102 ~~ff~~~·T~~~-p~~~: -~~~--. 'J 52,978. 52,978 52,978 52,978 RIV520109 Total 43,841 20,731 183,679 248,251 67,087 147, 157 20,508 13,499 248,251 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:43 PM Page: 3 of 22 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) ·TG•"""'-'lEr ~~· r~ ProjecUD • . · IC 11 county II Air Basin ~IF Model .JI . , : :-RTP;iD: ' ,"'· 01~'-i:?rogram;ttfx:~;.:, !E.,..\;:,l~}J~~: .. ;€{ff.i!'Jl;1fs'Ys't0m!!')J§r~";e:o'n1orfii1~¢S'tegory~ ·' RIV520111 Riverside SCAB RIV520111 TDM20 T TCM Committed 16 Description: PTC 12,857 Agency . RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) REGIONAL RIDESHARE -CONTINUING PROGRAM ($115.73 IN FY12/13 AND $193.96 IN FY 13/14 IN TOLL CREDITS UTILIZED TO MATCH CMAQ IN CONS). !Fund I ENGj R!Wj CONj TotaJ! Priori 2012/2013j 2013120141 2014/2015j 2015/2016j 2016/2017! 2017/2018j TotaJ! CMAQ l 2,700 2,700 1,009 1,691 2,700 STPLOCAC"'-: 820 820 820 820 RIV-C<;-5.A.CEsrA.X -----' 8, 117 8, 117 8, 117 8, 117 s\JRFACE TRANSPR0G:-R1f:' , 1,220 1,220 1.220 1,220 RIV526F!Tfofai'--. . .. 12,857 12,857 10,157 1.009 1,691 12,857 ProjectlD 11 'County, RIV050553 Riverside Description: PTC 9,135 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN TEMECULA FOR RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY-CONSTRUCT NEW TEMECULNMURRIETA TRANSIT CENTER-LOCATION UNDER STUDY (04, 05, 06, 07, E-2006-191, E-2007-0131, & 2008-BUSP-0131. SAFETEA-LU). Fund J ENGi RtWL_CoNj' -TotalJ ___ f>nor[ ___ --2012120131= 2013120141 2014120151 2015120161 201s12011r2017/2018J Total · FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 6 6 6 . 6 FTA-5309(c)Bus 417 417 417 LOCACTRANS FUNDS 2,400 2,400 2,400 'WESTERtTRWi'lfMF 292 6,018 6,310 419 5,891 sfAfn'R.A.N'srr7 .. ss1sf --2 2 2 -Rivososs:fto!ii .. -· · · --·· 292 8,843 9,135 844 8,291 County Riverside Description: PTC 61,395 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 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. 417 2,400 6,310 2 9,135 !fund_________ ENGj R!Wj CON! Totalj Priorj 201212013! 2013120141 2014/2015! 2015/2016! 201612017! 2017/2018! Totaq FTA 5307 LIZA FORMULAR 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 R'1vE"Rs1DE7sAN sER.N'AR"BiiiJo 1,969 1,969 1,969 1,969 URBANIZED AREA -CLEAN FUEL FORMULA --.. L~~~~o~~~-~-~s~=-~·::_··· ~---~-~-.i LOCAL TRANS FUNDS . : ·rusucrl'vJ.fs -' MODERINAZATION IMP AND [ ~~i~i'E ~~~~~ft'):~~~.;'Qg_L_ ·-j RrV091211 Total _____ .; Print Date: 4/31_ N7:43 PM 2,400 2,400 1,400 1,400 2,000 2,000 15,500 15,500 19,166 19, 166 15,960 15,960 61,395 61,395 2,400 2,400 1,400 1,400 2,000 2,000 10,225 5,275 15,500 10,143 9,023 19,166 10,057 5,500 403 15,960 33,825 25,198 2,372 61,395 ---4of22 SG '.:RN CALIFORNIA ·~ A.Sb-..JAT!ON of GOVERNMENTS Proj11ct1D. ~r Count~ RIV110402 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportatior 1 improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 1,264 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA-JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM: EXTENDED SERVICE PROGRAM (FTA 5316, FY'S 09 AND 10). "' Amendment' 0 !Fund I ____ ENGj RJWI CONj T?§l Priori 2012120131 2013/2014\ 201412015j 201512016j 201512011! 201112018\ Totalj : FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS : 600 600 234 366 600 iPROGRAM ! fFAREREiTENDE .. : 101 101 39 62 101 ;rncA.LTR:AN"s·i=oriJos· 'R.rv· c6 SALES TAX.' ' -Riv110402to1ar· ·--·· ·--· €ounty Riverside 383 180 1,264 383 180 1,264 149 70 492 234 110 772 383 180 1,264 Description: PTC 1,399 Agency 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\ IFTA 5316. FY'S 09 AND 10\. Fund I ENG I R/W 'FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS I , t'RQQ..Mt~L-. . : FARE REVENUE ' IOcAi. TRAN~ff:DN'bs 'RfiTc6SAI.Es TAX ... -R1v11 o4a·noiai CON ·-·-669 102 415 213 1,399 RTPID REG0702 Tot~ Priorj 201212b13J 2013/2014j 2014/2015j 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 TotalJ 669 275 394 669 102 415 213 1,399 42 176 83 576 60 102 239 415 130 213 823 1,399 Arpendment 0 Description: PTC 820 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOR DIRECTLY OPERATED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES -SPECIALIZED NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM IFTA 5317. FY'S 09 AND 10\. Fund ENGi RJW! CONJ -H-fotar[---~~-20f2720f3[ ___ 20137201?!f ___ 201472015po1572-of6J 20f6/2011r·201112018j Total :FTA5317NEWFREEDOM 423 423 210 213 423 I PROGRAM :·AGENCY . ·--·. 397 397 197 200 397 Rivff64o·Hoiai·-- -820 820 401 413 820 ProjectlD U . County, Rl:P'ID.: Amendmenr RIV110405 Riverside 3TL104 0 Description: PTC 616 Agency IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND TRAVEL TRAINING PROGRAM (FTA 5316 and 5317, FY'S 09 AND 10)~ Fund-I EN3 RJWj CON\ Totalj Priorj 201212013! 2013/2014\ 2014/2015j 2015/2016j 2016/2017j 2017/2018\ Totalj FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS j 250 250 250 250 PROGRAM ·-· . , Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:43 PM Page: 5 of 22 SOUTHERN CAUFORNlA ASSOCIATION ofGGVERN I FTA 5317 NEvn=REEDOM i !PROGRAM · lLOCAL TRANS-FUNDS -------·-! <-----·-··-------·-·-··------_J : RIV CO SALES T/\X.. I -RIV110405 Total ----------·---• ProjecilD _!:aunty RIV110410 Riverside !lS 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) 249 249 129 120 59 59 59 56 56 30 28 616 616 466 146 Description: PTC 30 Agency IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: DRIVER SENSITIVITY TRAINING FOR CARE CONNEXXUS, INC. (FTA 5317, FY'S 09 AND 10). 249 59 56 616 [Fund J EN~ RIWJ CONJ ~ Priori 2012/2013J 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016J 2016/2017J 2017/2018J Totaq FTA5317 NEW FREEDOM i 24 24 12 12 24 {~~~~------. ·--. ·--l 6 6 3 3 6 RiVff641Cfto1aT ____ .. 30 30 15 15 30 County Air Basin Amendment Riverside SCAB Description: PTC 1, 176 Agency -RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY 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\. Fund FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR , sfATETRANsrt ASS-IST ·R1v120819'rotar-·· ···-··· ENG R/W CON 941 235 1,176 Total 941 235 1,176 Prior 2012/2013 941 235 1,176 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Description: PTC 24 Agency -RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 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\. Total 941 235 1,176 Fund I ENGJ RIWI -CoNj--Toti1C--Priorr=---2m·212013C 2m120-14r ___ 2oT412orsr2ofsl20T6f-2orn12011r 201mo1a1 Total iFTA5307UZAFORMULAR I 19 19 19 19 !STATE TRANSITASSIST_____ i 5 5 5 5 -R.1v12oa20 fatal ____ ·----· · 24 24 24 24 EXEMPT-93.126 Description: PTC 1,241 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA -CAPITAL MAINTENANCE SPARES: PURCHASE OF SPARE PARTS FOR ROLLING STOCK UNDER THE BUS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (FTA 5307 -FY 13\ IUZA: RIV-SB\. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total 'FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR I ---- -.. ·-. 993 993 993 993 Print Date: 4/3 3:47:43 PM 6 of22 SO '.RN CALIFORNIA ~ ~:UUlONGfGOVERN!".~EN"fS [~ATE TRAN§l'i"A5si~f=~~~~ RIV120821 Total County Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program 248 1,241 River.side County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 248 1,241 248 1,241 Description: PTC 264 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA-CAPITALIZED COST OF TIRE LEASE (FTA 5307 -FY 13) (UZA: RIV~SB). 248 1,241 !Fund I ~NG/ RJWI CON! Totaq Priori 201212013/ 2013/2014/ 2014/2015/ 2015/2016/ 2016/2017/ 2017/2018/ Totaq ~A 5307 UZA FORMULAR , 211 211 211 211 :sTATETRANSifAss1sr·----··j 53 53 53 53 RIV120822 Totai ___ --·------' 264 264 264 264 County· .A.niendiT1ent Riverside Description: PTC 150 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY 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\. Fund. I ENG~ R/Wl-CONI Total! Priori 201212013[ --2013/20141 2014/20151 2015720161 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 120 120 120 '.sfATETRANSTTAsSis-T -30 30 30 ""RiV120823-Tutal _______ ··--·· 150 150 150 ProjectlD D ' County RIV120824 Riverside Description: PTC 146 Agency l(menc;lment 120 30 150 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY 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\. Fund _____ ___] _______ -E-NG[---RlWJ--coNJ ____ rotiiICF>riorJ-201212013r 201312o!i[ __ 20141201?1 201512016J 2016120111 201112018 FTA5307UZAFORMULAR I 117 117 117 i-----------··· -· -·-·-·---.-··· .. -~ , STATE TRANSIT ASSIST ! 29 29 29 -R"1Vt2oa24 'fotai----_____ , 146 146 146 County Amendment Riverside Description: PTC 36 Agency : RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY 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 IFTA 5307 -FY 13) IUZA: RIV-SB). Total ill 29 146 Fund ----]-ENG! RIWJ CON! Total! PriorJ 201?J2013J 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/201or=20167:2017J 2017/2018J Total : FT A 5307 UZA FORMULAR ! 29 29 29 29 fSt"ATI: TRANSIT-ASSTSf _______ -l 7 7 i 7 L.-----·----------··-··--·-· ....... .J RIV120825 Total 36 36 36 36 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:43 PM Page: 7 of 22 SOUTHERN CAUFORNlA ASSOC1A1'rON ~f GOVmNrJIENl'S ProjeCUD JI· -Cbunty_ RIV120826 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 44,046 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 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: HEMEr Fund J___ ENG! RIW! c-oN[--fo®=--F>norr ----2012120131 2013120141 zof412015[~-2or572016l 201e1201~~rn201a1 Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1 2,600 2,600 2,600 . 2,600 :Ff A 5309(c) Bus· -----. 300 300 300 300 FtA--53ffi\lc5N~uZJI-, 677 677 677 677 AG-ENCY____ -· -----: 1,255 1,255 1,255 1,255 FAREREVEtilUi~---10,163 10,163 10,163 10,163 LOCAL TRANSFLiNbS 26,338 26,338 26,338 26,338 ·WESTERN.RI\/ fUMF-360 300 300 300 'RfV .. COSAi.ES TAX----i 2,413 2,413 2,413 2,413 -RIV120826 Total . ----. 44,046 44,046 300 43,746 44,046 Description: PTC 6,875 Agency IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA-CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR FY 12-13 (FTA 5307 -FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB, TEM/MURR/MEN). !Fund n n -------=r ENGi RIWI CON! Total I Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totaq . FT A 5307 UZA FORMULAR I 5,500 5,500 4,812 688 5,500 . UScA.Tr'RANsf'ffr\ibs-------1,375 1,375 1,203 172 1,375 Ri\i1-20827fotal ____ ·-· 6,875 6,875 6,015 860 6,875 Description: PTC 5,500 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA-CAPITAL COST OF CONTRACTING FOR FY 12-13 (FTA 5307-FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). !Fund ENG! --~J CONI Totalj Priori 2~~2/20131 2013/20141_ 2014/20151 2015/2016! 2016/20171 2017/20181 Totalf FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 4,400 4,400 4,400 4,400 Tb(;At_-·fRA]ifS FUNDS____ 1,100 1,100 1,100 1,100 ·Riv120828-fotal·---------5,500 5,500 5,500 5,500 Description: PTC 3,446 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 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 IPA&ED ONLY Fund I ENG] ----RIWI CON! Total! Priori 2012120131 2013120141 201412015! 20151201a1~20161201rc2orr12orsr·· Total !FTA5307UZAFORMULAR ! 215 215 215 . 215 Print Date: 4/3t 3:47:43 PM 8 of 22 :RN CALIFORNIA ~itt)Nof(IDVCRNl'!ENTS wr-.A.-s3o9Tcfslis -' ~~;:~:;~~-~u~~s . ····--~ -=~~ !SfATE-TRANsfTAsSist---· ... , 'RIV130201. Total-. ProjecllD RIV130501 2,501 3 673 54 3,446 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 2,501 2,501 3 3 673 673 54 54 3,446 3,446 Description: PTC 1,232 Agency :.. •• ~Amendment 9 2,501 3 673 54 3,446 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) IFTA 5316. FY'S 11AND12 Fund I _ENGL.____ . RIW\ CON\ Totalj Priorr 2012/2013] . 2013720-141 .. 2bl472015Q015/2016J . 2016/20171 2017/2018\ Total : FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 662 662 267 395 662 :PROGRAM AGENCY -· -.. . . ..... . .. -; 388 388 151 237 388 Rl\Fco"SA[ES-fAX RiV-1305ofT01ai---------· --· _ .. County Riverside 182 1,232 . R:t:P.:IE>. 3TL104 182 1,232 71 489 Description: PTC 595 Agency IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: TRAVEL TRAINING PROGRAM (FTA 5317, FY'S 11AND12). 111 743 182 1,232 !fund ENGL RIW\ CON\ Total\ Prior\ 2012/2013\ 2013/2014\ 2014/2015\ 2015/2016\ 2016/2017\ 2017/2018]--Tofaf] FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM 476 476 212 264 . 476 ;PROGRAM rAGENCY-------· ······ 119 119 53 66 119 -RIV130502-Total·-· ... ·-. -595 595 265 330 595 County Am'endment Riverside 9 Description: PTC 1,744 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA-JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM: EXTENDED SERVICE PROGRAM (FTA 5316, FY'S 11AND12). jFund I -~ RJWj CON\ Totalj Prior\ 201212013\ 2013/2014\ 2014/2015\ 2015/2016\ 2016/2017\ 201712018]--u fotaq FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS i 872 872 491 381 872 ,PROGRAf..1 __ _ _ ----·· ____ _ j L~GENCY _____ ·--··---·---· j 593 593 334 259 593 '.RIV CO SALES TAX i 279 279 157 122 279 RTV130503Total----·----·--·-' 1,744 1,744 982 762 1,744 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:43 PM Page: 9 of 22 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) ProjecllD . II' County Amendfnentt RIV130504 Riverside 9 Description: PTC 1,057 Agency IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOR DIRECTLY OPERATED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES -SPECIALIZED NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM IFTA 5317. FY'S 11AND12). Fund I ENG! RMI! coNr rn-Totiil[--F>notr== 2012/2013! .. -20f3/2014l 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 201712018! Total FTA5317NEWFREEDOM : 224 224 134 90 224 !PROGRAM__ _ __ ····-. __ __ j .. AGENCY I 345 345 168 177 345 :Rivcos7'1.:EiffA5c-··-------=·~j 488 488 214 214 488 RIV130504 Total 1,057 1,057 516 541 1,057 County, Riverside Description: PTC 48,962 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR OPERATING ASSISTANCE TO TRANSIT AGENCIES IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY-PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES -OPERATING ASSISTANCE TO TRANSIT AGENCIES IUZA HEMET Fund I ENG! RMlj_ CON! Tofalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 201412015! 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018 ·F~As3~~u~~oRMULAR I 1,100 1,100 1,100 1,100 FTA 5309(c) BUS . 161 161 161 161 FT A 5311 N.ON--UZA 425 425 425 tFrA-5311>-Jos ACCESS-422 422 422 'PROGRAM . FTX53friiiE:w .FREEDOM 52 52 52 PROGRAM 1AG'ENcv ·-885 885 885 ~FAREREVENUE~---.. ·····-· 10,456 10,456 10,456 TocA°CTRAffSFt.TNOS ___ --------31,840 31,840 31,840 WESTERNRW.fliMF -.. 161 161 161 Riv co SALES TAX. --2,860 2,860 2,860 ·R1v13o!fcfff otii. · 48,962 48,962 48,962 Pr~Jec-tf6.··1r:--c~u;fy RIV130602 Riverside Description: PTC 365 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 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 TABLE 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES -PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET. 425 422 52 885 10,456 31,840 161 2,860 48,962 jFuna ----~-I __ _§~_~_! ___ ~ CONI TotaiJ Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016j 2016/20171 2011120-!~T---Tofal] !MURRIETA-TEMECULA-MENIFEE I 303 303 303 303 : URBANIZED AREA ; ;sTATETRA~SIT_~~~~'.::-=~~:-~J 62 62 62 62 RIV130602 Total 365 365 365 365 Print Date: 4/3C 1:47:43 PM 10of22 ;;.;:: 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 400 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA -CAPITALIZED COST OF TIRE LEASE (FTA 5307 -FY 14) (UZA: TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE). !Fund _ Et:'.l~ RJWI CONI Totalj Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 201~}20171 2017120181 Totaq !MURRIETA-TEMECULA-MENIFEE 320 320 320 320 ! URBANIZED AREA f'Sl'ATETRANSITASSfST .. ---.. 80 80 80 80 -RIV130603 Tolar----. ···--·· 400 400 400 400 Description: PTC 250 .. Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA -ENHANCEMENT OF THE BUS STOP SYSTEM SUCH AS: INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS AND BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGNAGE, AND LIGHTING TO ENHANCE SECURITY OF THE RIDING PUBLIC. AND ENHANCE ACCESS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (UZA TEM-MUR-MEN Fund -J -HUE~-----RIWI CONI Total[ Priori 2012/20131 2013/20f4[--2014/2015[ 2015/2016[ 2016/20171 2017/2018 Total MURRIETA-TEMECULA-MENIFEE ; 50 50 50 !.URBANIZED AREA __ . _ .. --·· ~ 50 -4STATE TRANSIT ASSIST j 200 200 200 'RIV130604Totai --.... ·-. -... 250 250 250 200 250 ProjectlD Amendment" RIV130605 11 Description: PTC 35 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 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 Fund -__ u ______ I_ ENGi RIWI c?Nf ___ Tofill]--Prioij----,m121201:3J--2o13/2of41 20141201r201s72016f 2016/20111 201112018[ Total j MURRIETA-TEMECULA-MENIFEE i 28 28 28 28 i!,J_~AN~ZEDAREA_ ________ J iSTATETRANSIT ASSIST i 7 7 7 7 RIVf30605-fotat-. -· -------' 35 35 35 35 ProjectlD ~ County RIV130618 Riverside Description: PTC 7,020 Agency ·•RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA -CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO AND TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE) !Fund I ~---RIW[ ___ CONI Totatj Priori 2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018] HH-rotaq ! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR I 200 200 200 200 iMITRRIETA-TEMECffLA-MENi'FEE·j 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 ! URBANIZED AREA j fR.IVERSIDE/SAN BER.NARDINO --. ; ,_URBANIZED AREA ___ .... ___ j tOCAL TRANS ~UND_~---__ . __ j RIV130618 Total Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:44 PM 4,200 1,420 7,020 4,2cici 1,420 7,020 4,200 1,420 7,020 4,200 1,420 7,020 Page: 11 of 22 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCJA1lONGf GGVE.RNMEN1S ProjectlD · H :· • County RIV130619 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 5,200 Agency IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA-CAPITAL COST OF CONTRACTING (UZA'S RIVERSIDE-SAt•f BERNARDINO AND TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE) !Fund I --~Ng RIWj CONj TotaiJ Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015120161 2016/20171 201112018j Totaq : FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR i 760 760 760 760 'MURRIETA~TEMECOLA-MENIFEE -; 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 URBANIZED AREA : RIVERSIDE/SAN BERtrAFfc5fNb .. 1 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 ·URBANIZED AREA · 'LOCAL TRANS FUNDS---·-·. i 740 740 740 740 .RiV130619 l'oful ____ -· ·--··-' 5,200 5,200 5,200 5,200 ProjectrD JI County, RIV151211 Riverside Description: PTC 12,283 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA-IMPLEMENTATION OF LIMITED-STOP SERVICE ALONG ROUTE 1 SERVICE AREA DURING WEEKDAY PEAK COMMUTE PERIODS ALONG UNIVERSITY AND MAGNOLIA AVENUES (RIVERSIDE/CORONA CORRIDOR). SERVICE WILL BE BETWEEN UCR AND THE GALLERIA AT TYLER. THIS INCLUDES PURCHASE OF 14 NEW BUSES 140 FTl AND OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR THE FIRST THREE YEARS OF SERVICE. Fund I -~~ RIWI CONj Totall Prior CMAQ , 9,212 9,212 . AGENCY ; 3,071 3,071 R.1V15121TTotcii·-· · ---12,283 12,283 '"W?f~7» 'co'unty Riverside 201212013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 201612017 I 201712018 9,212 3,071 12,283 Description: PTC 5,500 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA -INSTALLATION OF A TURNKEY ITS TO IMPROVE FLEET MANAGEMENT, IMPROVE EFFICIENCY, ENHANCE SERVICE AND INCREASE RIDERSHIP Total 9,212 3,071 12,283 ~ I ~ RJWI CON! Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2_0141201sj 201s12016j 2016120111 2017120181 Totan CMAQ ' 4, 125 4, 125 . 4, 125 4, 125 AGENCY -998 998 998 998 }{ivc(YSALES-fAX" .... ... 377 377 377 377 'RiV151i'i2TotaC--···· .. 5,500 5,500 5,500 5,500 ProjectlQf !~,;ff~;~~~ndm~tlt!+:,:~E~: RIV120801 1 Description: PTC 400 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES-CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 12 -5307) (UZA: RIV-SB). !Fund I ENGi RJWI CONI Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013120141 2014/20151 2015/2CffaC201672of7j-20f7/2d18j Totall : FT A 5307 UZA FORMULAR , 320. 320 320 320 ,._________________ -__ J 'LOCAL TRANS FUNDS i 80 80 80 80 ~RIV120801 Totai-------·---" 400 400 400 400 Print Date: 4/3! 3:47:44 PM 12 of 22 ~SC '.RN CALIFORNIA 11.A.:iATION of GOVERNMENTS .11 Air\Bastn SCAB 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 20 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF l\mendme)lt 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) IUZA: RIV-SAN). Fund I ENG I R/W : FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR rsr/\fnk'ANSTf"Assis'r ··· ·· -RIV120802 Total ----··-···--. County, Riverside CON 16 4 20 Total 16 4 20 Prior 2012/2013• 16 4 20 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 Amendment 11 Description: PTC 400 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE -CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA'S RIVERSIDE -SAN BERNARDINO) Total 16 4 20 [Fund L ENGi ~-~ Totalj Priori 201212013! 2013120141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 Totaq 'RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO ! 320 320 320 320 : URBANIZED AREA : il"oCAirRAN5°FlfNos ... . . . 80 80 80 80 RIV130614 Total --· 400 400 400 400 Riverside Description: PTC 20 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE -CAPITAL LEASE OF OFFICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (UZA RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO) [Fund~ I -~~~J RIWI CON[ __ _!otalj Pri~L-2012/20~~1---2~~~~[_ 2014/2015J 2015/20161 2016120171 ~-017/20181 Total! iRIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO : 16 16 16 16 URBANIZED AREA , STATE TRANSiTASSIST , 4 4 4 4 'R1Vf3osfsroiaf · --· 20 20 20 20 ProjectlD !I . Co.un!Y{. If Air Basin u Model JI . RTPlio"~--~-lfP~e>g-;:~~~··:;:»JL,:·· .·-:·: n.:§y,~.r.:u:i":::conformfty,CategoTy, .·" H. ""· Amendment RIV110406 Riverside SSAB REG0702 BUOOO T EXEMPT -93.126 0 Description: PTC 199 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 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 09 AND 10). 'Fund ENGJ _______ ~ CON! u f?fal[=~-Pno!C-~012/2013T---20f3720T4[--201472-015J--2()15/2016! 2016/20171 2017120181 Total ;FTA5316JOBACCESS 108 108 51 57 108 LE'BOG~ . . iAGENCY 91 91 42 49 91 .__ ________ ··-· ·--·---··-----. . RIV110406 Total 199 199 93 106 199 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:44 PM Page: 13 of 22 SOUTHERN CALIFORNlA ASSOCIATION of f3.0lll3n111' Projec!ID 4f' County RIV110407 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 535 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment' IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY -JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE AND NEW FRE:EDOM PROJECT: EXPRESS SERVICE TO THE PASS AREA WITH SERVICE TO CABAZON, BANNING AND BEAUMONT, MORENO VALLEY, AND RIVERSIDE, CONNECTING COACHELLA VALLEY COMMUTERS TO WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY (FTA 5316 AND FTA 5317. FY""'"'S 09 AND 10). Fund I ENGi R/W[ · ---co~=:@!filr Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/2016j 2016/20171 2017120181 Total FTA5316JOBACCESS ; 233 233 127 106 233 :PROGRAM ; ~FTA-5317NEW-FREEDOM I 43 43 16 27 43 ; PBQGR.~1),L. . -· . -... _: I AGENCY [ 259 259 134 125 259 RTVffb407'ro1ar -·-· · -·-·-535 535 277 258 535 RTP..ID :Amend men~ 0 Description: PTC 165 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY -RIDESHARE PROGRAM (FTA 5316, FY's 09 and 10). jFund I ~!'l.~1----~--~Q!'!I Totaq Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/2015j 2015/2016j 2016/20171~2Cff17201$L--Total] FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 85 85 40 45 85 PROGRAM AGENCY -' .. ·-______ ,,_ ,_.... .. --.. ___ J 80 RIV110408 Total 165 80 165 38 78 42 87 Description: PTC 332 Agency i~mendmen! 0 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY -TAXI VOUCHER PROGRAM FOR COACHELLA VALLEY RESIDENTS AGE 60 AND OVER AND /OR DISABLED. PROGRAM OFFERS A FIFTY PERCENT DISCOUNT FOR INTER CITY AND INTRA CITY TRAVEL. WITHIN THE COACHELA VALLEY IFTA 5317. FY's 09 AND 10l. Fund · _______ ! ____ ENGi RtWI CONJ Totaq Priori --20T2T2o13r-201372014[ ___ 2014720151 ·2015120161 2016120171 201112018 FTA5317 NEW FREEDOM i 171 171 91 80 PROGRAM . AGENCY·-.. 161 161 86 75 Riv-fiMoiftofiir---332 332 177 155 Projectlb Amename_n( RIV111206 0 Description: PTC 5,464 Agency 'SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 80 165 Total 171 161 332 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY -AMERICAN FUEL CELL HYBRID BUSES: PURCHASE OF TWO FUEL CELL HYBRID (ZERO EMISSION) REPLACEMENT BUSES(FTA FY 2011 SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS -TIGGER FTA 5308). CLEAN FUEL F6RMULA ] fsfA.ffiR.AN'sfr'Ass1sf' . ! --__________ _J RIV111206 Total Fund I ENQ}. RIWI CON I TotaJI Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/2015 I 2015/2016 j -2of6/2017j I I 4,918 4,918 4,918 4,918 546 546 546 546 5,464 5,464 5,464 5,464 2017/2018 Print Date: 4/31 3:47:44 PM 14 of 22 SOI_ RN CALIFORNIA ~NofGOVERNr~ F;!r9ject1D, JI _ -County RIV120804 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 20,182 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 8 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). p=uria-I ENGi RJWI CON[ Totalj Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017120181 Totaq j FT A 5307 UZA FORMULAR . 925 925 925 925 iFTA53ffNoN-lJZ-A---.. --l lFT A 531"ifJ6EfACCEss · ------: th~~~~i:Wt=ffE-Ebor~r-------I iPROGRAM : :-.A.GENcr··-· i : FARE-REVE-NDE-· ----! h:ocAL TRANSFUNbs' --------j :-Rivco SALESTAX ------! RTVT20804 Total--·-" ProjectlD' v H pounty RIV120805 Riverside 420 420 420 125 125 125 102 102 102 492 492 492 3,350 3,350 3,350 10,268 10,268 10,268 4,500 4,500 4,500 20,182 20,182 20,182 •«Rt-. >IW::t'>'£>-:: .~ ~... l~ 'fl{·.--~/ ii •l: ~-. 'lM!t'rt"..:\ ..... OT[")Hr:\'lit-'. --ii -n .. ,..;... ..... _ ,, ' 1.';,,.kJt""P,--·1r;-~·~~ll~~'-·, ;;.:r~1n '\,~~.'4-~-£-~-;i.~:-~-~i.: ... i ... ~ Description: PTC 2,250 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY "II --"" IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY -CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 201212013 (FTA 5307 -FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). 420 125 102 492 3,350 10,268 4,500 20, 182 [Fund ENGi RJWL CON! Totati Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161_ 2016/20171 2017120181 Tota~ l~-1~~~~FF%~~~~~~----l 1,:~~ 1,:~~ 1,:~~ 1,:~~ '------------·-----------------I RIV120805 Total 2,250 2,250 2,250 2,250 ProjectlD RIV120806 Description: PTC 50 Agency IN THE 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 IFY 13-5307) IUZA:INCCPS). Fund l ---ENGT--™L CONI TotalJ Priori 2012120131 201372~--W14720T5~0T5l:to16[---~016/20171 2017120181 Total ! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR I 40 40 40 40 r·S1'AfETRANSifASSiSf-l 10 10 10 10 'RIV120806Total ------------50 50 50 50 ProJectlD U County, Air-Basin Amendment RIV120807 Riverside SSAB Description: PTC 220 Agency -SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY -PURCHASE TWO REPLACEMENT SERVICE TRUCKS AND FOUR REPLACEMENT CNG RELIEF CARS (FTA 5307 -FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 201212013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 2017/2018 ; FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR l ····---··------····-···-··· -·-·-_I 176 176 176 Total 176 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:44 PM Page: 15 of 22 ;i'?i'\\ll:S?M~:~ I STATEi'RANSiT"AssTS'f-·---.. -i '-RIV12086'rf0tai--··----__ , 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County 44 220 Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) 44 220 44 220 Description: PTC 900 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY -FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: REPAVE THE EXISTING BUS YARD AND STAFF PARKING AREA AT THE THOUSAND PALMS OPERATING FACILITY IFTA 5307 -FY 13\ IUZA: INCCPS\. 44 220 Fund I EN_~L-RJWI coNj T6fa1r ---Priori 2012120131 201312014L 2014120151 20151:20161-2016120171 2orn2018j Total : FT A 5307 UZA FORMULAR J 720 720 720 720 'STATETRANSITASSisf·-·-·--·-j 180 180 180 180 "i'~lv1268oa Total___ -·-' 900 900 900 900 ProjectlD RIV120809 Description: PTC 395 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE 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). Fund I ENG! ~ CON! Total[ -Prior[ 2012/2013! 2013/20141 2014/2015! 2015/2016J 2016/20171 2017/2018\ Total : PUBLIC TRANS : 395 395 395 395 MODERINAZATION IMP AND SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. RIV120809 Total --- -395 395 395 395 Proi~cm:L U }'. County RIV120810 Riverside Description: PTC 200 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY -FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVE THE THOUSAND l"ALMS 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\. Fund ENGi ~ CON\ Totaq Priorj 2012/2013\ 2013/2014j 2014/20151 2015/2016j 201612017\ 2017/20181 Total FT A 5307 UZA FORMULAR . 160 160 160 160 . STATE TRANSIT ASSIST--. ---40 40 40 40 RiV125816 total ---. 200 200 200 200 Arnendmer:it Description: PTC 100 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSiT AGENCY -FURNITURE REPLACEMENT: PURCHASE OF OFFICE FURNITURE TO REPLACE AND ADD FURNITURE AS THE FURNITURE REACHES THE END OF ITS CYCLE LIFE IFTA 5307 -FY 13\ (UZA: INCCPS\. Fund I ENG! -nRIWT ___ CO!JL--~ Priori 2012/2013! -2Cff3720f4[ -2014120151 2015/2Cft6T -2016/2CJ17j 2017/2018! Total I FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR . 80 80 80 80 [~!~TETRANSff?'.-ss~~!~~-·---_J 20 2o 20 20 RIV120811 Total 100 100 100 100 Print Date: 4/3( 3:47:44 PM 16of 22 so~ RN CALIFORNIA ASSt...JA1lONofGOVERNfl9nl 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) ~-J~ :~~ T EXEMPT -93.126 Description: PTC 105 Agency -SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE 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 IFTA 5307-FY 13) IUZA: INCCPSl. Fund ENGi ~J CONJ ___ __!otalL Priori 2012/2C>13r ____ 2013/2014I 2014/20151 2015/2016J -20f6/2017J 2017/2018[ Total ! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 84 84 84 84 fSTAfE TRANSIT ASSIST --. 21 21 21 21 .RIV120812 Total___ 105 105 105 105 3TL 1207 TRN07 T EXEMPT -93.126 Description: PTC 115 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT -PURCHASE NEW MODERN, STATE OF THE ART TELEPHONE SYSTEM, IMPROVING THE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IFTA 5307 -FY 13) (UZA: INCCPSl. Fund I ENG I R/W CON Total Prior 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/20171 201712018 Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMffLAR-------.--------92 "sfATETRAN-SiT ASSisT·~ i 23 ' Ri\7120-813-fotal . ---. ___ , 115 92 23 115 ------92 23 115 Description: PTC 60 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 92 23 115 IN COACHELLA VALLY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT-PURCHASE FIVE (5) NEW SPARE FAREBOXES TO ALLOW EXISTING UNITS TO BE REPAIRED WITHOUT BUS SERVICE INTERRUPTION (FTA 5307 -FY 13) IUZA: INCCPSl. Fund l __ =:-_~§_NGC RIWI CbNL __ to~-Priorj 2012/2013J 2013721>14[-201472ITT5C2015/2016J 2016/2017! 2017/20181 Total : FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 48 48 48 48 "stAl'E"fAANSIT .Ass"1s"r 'R.1V1208141' otal ----12 60 12 60 12 60 Description: PTC 100 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT -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 IFTA 5307 -FY 13) (UZA: INCCPSl. 12 60 Fund I ENG! R/Wj CONl___ Totalj Priotj 2012/2013~13/2014! 2014/2015D01572016T 2016/201?1_2017/2018! Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR ' 80 80 80 80 fst.At!:"rR"i\N"sft Ass·ist -'·ruvfiosTstofaT ___ -·----Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:44 PM 20 100 20 100 20 100 20 100 Page: 17 of 22 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIAllON ·of GOVEKN~1'!ENT8 ProjectlO 9 · _County RIV120816 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 50 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT -PURCHASE MAJOR REPLACEMENT MAINTENANCE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR ROUTINE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (FTA 5307 -FY 13) IUZA: INCCPSl. Fund , FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR !srAfE-flfANSfT ASSIST---·-·· -; . ------·-·-------·-· _____ J RIV120816 Total ENG Projecuo~ It .-r;i Go~nty. fAi;9~;,<lf RIV120829 Riverside SSAB RMI CON 40 10 50 Total 40 10 50 Prior 2012/2013 40 10 50 201312014 2014/2015 201512016 2016/20171 201712018 Description: PTC 1,820 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Total 40 10 50 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 IPROJECT FUNDED BY FY 12 STATE OF GOOD REPAIR. BUS LIVABILITY AND TRANSIT ASSET MANAGEMENT). Fund · H • J------ENGJ--RIWI CONI TotaJ! Priori 2012120131 201372~20f4720151=2015/2016I 2016/20171 2017/2018 FT A 5309(c) BUS : 1,456 1,456 1,456 STATE'TRANSITASSIST -l 364 364 364 · R1v12os29Toiar----·--· 1.020 1,820 1.820 Total 1,456 364 1,820 ProjectlD 1J County ··Ai;i:iendmenf RIV130505 Riverside 9 Description: PTC 436 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 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 IFTA 5316 FY'S 11 AND 12). Fund _____ _§.fl!.~L=-~~--~-H-_:~ _ _: _ _:-CoNr--Totalf Priori 2012120T3f--2dl372014[ -2014120151 201512016j 2016120111 201712018\ Total FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 218 218 109 109 218 PROGRAM .AGENCY_____ 218 218 109 109 218 ·'Rivl-30505 total 436 436 210 210 436 Projei:fll::F '11 i'Cpu'nty RIV130506 Riverside Description: PTC 220 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 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 11AND12). Fund ENG RMI ! FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS l 1PROGRAM ! . FTA5317NEWFREEf:ioM-.. ·-1 !PROGRAM i ! AGENCY _________ -. -- . --i --------·---· ·--___ j RIV130506 Total Print Date: 4/3( ):47:44 PM CON 66 44 110 220 Total 66 44 110 220 Prior 201212013 201312014 33 23 56 112 2014/2015 33 21 54 108 2015/2016 2016120171 2017/2018 Total 66 44 . 110 220 18 of22 , SC :RN CALIFORNIA ~· ASb~'Tt(}NqfGOVERNr;mN'lS F'roJecum''-tt ~C::ouQty, RIV130507 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 326 Agency 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 ) I FY 11 & 12 -5316 & 5317l. Fund . FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM iPROGFW,:1 __ 'AGENCY Ri\lf3o55Yl'ofaT ____ -ProjectlD RIV130508 ENG R/W .: CON 169 157 326 Total 169 157 326 Prior 2012/2013 2013/2014 83 77 160 2014/2015 86 80 166 Description: PTC 229 Agency 2015/2016 2016/2017! 2017/2018! Totalj 169 157 326 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR CVAG -JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM: PROVIDE SHUTILE SERVICE FOR THE HOMELESS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT -SHUTILE 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). Fund 1 ENG_j R/W I CON L_____ Tota~-----'-------·------·' Prior 2012/2013 ! FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 135 135 \£ROGRt,M_._. !AGENCY j ·R1v13o568 total 94 229 94 229 2015/2016 --~66o-'----~6~9..._ __ 2013/?01'1 2014/?01!> 45 49 111 118 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 ---Description: PTC 22,605 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Total 135 94 229 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE -OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIXED ROUTE AND PARATRANSIT SERVICES (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY-PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 11/12 & FY 12/13 Fund ENG! RIWI CoNr ___ Totaq Priori 2012/2013! 2013/2014j ___ 2014/2015j 2of5T2~-201672017J 2017/2018! Total 'INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 925 925 925 925 'URBANIZED AREA :Fr'A.531TNoN-=uZA ·-. 420 iF"i'A5316J6BACCEss · i i~~f~~EW FREEDOM-----! !£'.@G~fvl. ___ _ __j !AGENCY J ~~~E-~~~-~lJE--=~-~~ -_ ::::-.·1 ! LOCAL TRANS FUNDS i-RlVc(H;"A[ESTAX _____ ----1 -··---··---·----··-·\ RIV130606 Total Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:44 PM 209 46 938 3,550 11,300 5,217 22,605 420 209 46 938 3,550 11,300 5,217 22,605 420 420 209 209 46 46 938 938 3,550 3,550 11,300 11,300 5,217 5,217 22,605 22,605 Page: 19 of 22 Gf®VCRN~lENTS ProjectlD If County Air Basin RIV130607 Riverside SSAB Model 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 (In $000's) Description: PTC 825 Agency .. SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY . Am'endment 13 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. IUZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY-PALM SPRINGS) IFTA 5307 FY 12/13 Fund ___ ENGj_ ___ RIWJ CONJ Totaq Priorj 2012/2013L 2oT312014J 2014/2015J --20157201.~ 2016/2017J 201712018 , INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 660 660 660 URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST-----·-165 165 165 R-IV130607 T.otaT-----· -825 825 825 ProjectlO~ -~I County RIV130608 Riverside Description: PTC 440 Agency IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE -PURCHASE OF (4) NEW PARATRANSIT VANS TO REPLACE (4) EXISTING PARATRANSIT VANS. (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY-PALM SPRINGS) IFT A 5307 FY 12/13 Total 660 165 825 Fund _ ENGC------~r---CEBI: ___ fotafl Priori 201212-onf 2Q1372014I 2014120151 -201512016! 2016120111 2011120101 Total INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 336 336 336 336 URBANIZED AREA -STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 104 104 104 104 RIV130BOflTotal 440 440 440 440 ProjectlD" H . County Riv130609 Riverside Description: PTC 532 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 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 IUZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY-PALM SPRINGS) IFTA 5307 FY 12/13 Fund _J_ ENGJ _RIW[ rn CONJ Tofalj -Prior[ 2012/2013J 2013/2014J 2014/2015J 2015/2016J 2016/2017J 2017/20181 Total INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY ; 200 200 200 200 URBANIZED AREA ' ififfslictRA.Ns . ---, 282 282 282 282. MODERINAZATION IMP AND ; SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. . I -~~A'fETRANSfTA5SiST--~~~~~--~-J 50 50 50 50 RIV130609 Total 532 532 532 532 Description: PTC 2,700 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE -CNG FUELING STATION REPLACEMENT PHASE I (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY-PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) p=und I ENGi RIWJ CONJ Totalj . Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 2016/20171 2017/2018J ____ Tota~ . INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY I 200. 200 200 200 : URBANIZED AREA · stm-TRANSi'f"Assist ·----j RW130610 Total -------Print Date: 4/3! 3:47:44 PM 2,500 2,700 2,500 2,700 2,500 2,ioo 2,500 2,700 20 of 22 ~RN CALIFORNIA ""...tAnON of<W\IERNMENTS Pr6jectlD U Count~ RIV130612 Riverside 2013 Federal Transportation improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) Description: PTC 300 Agency Am~~dment 13 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE -PURCHASE VARIOUS IT EQUIPMENT, SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE FOR EXISTING AGENCY SYSTEM NEEDS (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY-PALM SPRINGS\ IFTA 5307 FY 12/13 Fund I ENG ! INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY ~.V.8!!~J.~D AR!;~-.............. . : STATE TRANSIT ASSIST ·R1vf3os12roiar ··· J ProjectlD , U County RIV130613 Riverside RNJ CON 240 60 300 Totalj 240 60 300 Prior 201212013 2013/2014 240 60 300 2014/2015 2015/2016 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 Amendment 13 Description: PTC 440 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Total 240 60 300 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 Fund ENGi_ RIWI m -cdNJ --Tofaf! Priori 2012120~2-of3/2b14f-201472015T--:;!Or512016[ .. 2Iff6l2017I 2017/20181 Total -INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 352 352 352 352 . URBANIZED AREA fSTATE-TRANSft-Assfst• 88. 88-88 88 .RTV130613fotaf-. --· --· 440 440 440 440 ProjectlD• . U , . County. RIV130801 Riverside Description: PTC 2,346 Agency . SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE-PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY-PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307FY11/12) !Fund I ENGi ~ CONI Totalj Pri~~--2012/20131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/~ 2016/20171 2017120181 Totaq : INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY I 1,877 1,877 1,877 1,877 ; URBANIZED AREA 1 :CocALTRANSFONiSS .. ·1 .RIV.13o8lffTotar-· -. ' ProjectlD. County RIV130805 Riverside 469 2,346 469 2,346 469 2,346 Description: PTC 161 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 469 2,346 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 IFTA 5310 -FFY 12) ($21 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). Fund . . . J ENGj URNJI--CONI Totaq Priori 2012120131 2013/20141 2014/20151 2015/20161 20-16/2017] 2017/20181 Total iFTA5310ELDANDDISABI 161 161 161 161 ·R1v13o8o5 fo1af · -· · -----·-161 161 151 151 Print Date: 4/30/2014 3:47:44 PM Page: 21 of 22 --------------------------------------------------------------------SOUTHERN CA.UFORNlA ~ ASSOCU'1."FiON ofGOVERNl\~El\fl'S ProjectlD' .~J Air Basin RIV130807 SSAB 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program Riverside County Transit Including Amendments 1-18 {In $000's) Description: PTC 2 Agency 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) (1K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDITS USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). Fund J _____ ENG! ____ ~l CON! Total! PriorJ 2012/2013j 2013/2014J 2014/2015r-2of5/20f6f -2dl6720fr[2b11/2018! Total --·--·--·-···--·-·-· . 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 l.'Qil~1 ·~l;lQJI~~~ 1ny;;a•10;00,11~:~Jt.iJ1~~~~2~©C"'5(i Print Date: 4/3( l:47:44 PM 22 of 22 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 14, 2014 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Budget and Implementation Committee Aaron Hake, Government Relations Manager THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: State and Federal Legislative Update BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to: 1) Receive and file an update on MAP-21 reauthorization; 2) Adopt the following state bill positions: a) AB 2036 (Mansoor) -Oppose Unless Amended; b) AB 2651 (Linder) -Support; c) AB 2728 (Perea) -Support; and d) HR 29 (Gomez) -Oppose. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: MAP-21 Reauthorization Picks Up Momentum In recent weeks the Senate Environment an Public Works (EPW) Committee, chaired by California Senator Barbara Boxer, acknowled ed it is moving quickly toward markup of a multi-year reauthorization of MAP-21. In early pril, Senator Boxer and Ranking Member David Vitter (R-LA) made a major announcement that consensus had been reached with the top two members of the Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee of EPW, Senators Tom Carper (D-DE) and John Barrasso (R-WY), on the basic principles of a bill. The "big four" agreement centers on: • Passing a long-term bill, as opposed to a hort-term patch; • Maintaining the formulas for existing cor programs; • Promoting fiscal responsibility by mainta ning current levels of funding, plus inflation; • Focusing on policies that expand opport nities for rural areas; • Continuing efforts to leverage local esources to accelerate the construction of transportation projects, create jobs, and pur economic growth; and • Requiring better information sharing reg rding federal grants. Agenda Item 9M 2 8 Wholesale policy rewrites of MAP-21 are not to be expected. Many have viewed MAP-21 as a "six-year policy bill with only two years of funding." This round, the focus on major changes is expected to be on the funding issue. As stated in previous staff reports to the Commission, it will take upwards of $19 billion of new revenue to keep the federal highway program at flat funding levels for the next fiscal year plus inflation and more than $100 billion for a full six-year bill. Many are prognosticating this new revenue will need to come from the General Fund, and the most likely prospect for an offset for this new spending is from corporate tax reform. The prospects of tax reform are debatable, and tying transportation's success to the outcome of such a major legislative overhaul presents a fair amount of risk. The Senate Finance Committee and House Ways and Means Committee will need to work swiftly on a solution. It is expected the Highway Trust Fund will sink below minimum levels by July, triggering a slowdown in reimbursements to states. Such a slowdown in federal payments to states could have a downstream impact to federally-funded projects. Worse yet, the slowdown would come during the peak of the summer construction season, meaning potentially significant job losses around the country. Commission staff is working closely with regional partners, national associations, and directly with congressional committees, on two primary issues: a new funding program for goods movement projects, and project delivery acceleration (mainly, National Environmental Policy Act -California Environmental Quality Act reciprocity). Freight issues appear to be front and center for both House and Senate Committees, however the issue of elaborating on the project delivery acceleration progress of MAP-21 does not have consensus. The Commission put forward draft legislative language to address the several gaps in the Primary Freight Network (PFN) on State Routes 60 and 86, and Interstate 215, which the Commission identified as a major concern last winter. The Commission's proposal is to allow states and metro regions the flexibility to self-designate additional miles on the PFN that close gaps in the network and also add "first/last mile" connections to major goods movement hubs such as rail yards and intermodal facilities. This would help the national freight network map to be truly reflective of how the supply chain operates and ensure all of these critical facilities are eligible for funding from a future freight program. The Obama Administration signaled that it has drafted a legislative proposal for MAP-21 reauthorization and intends to release it soon. Commission Sponsored Legislation Advances Two Commission-sponsored bills received their first hearings in policy committees in the State Assembly and Senate in late April. AB 1721 (Linder) received a 15-0 vote in Assembly Transportation Committee contingent upon the bill being amended. The amendments change the following: • The bill no longer is specific to the Commission's 1-15 Corridor Improvement Project and instead applies to all three toll projects statewide authorized under Streets and Agenda Item 9M 259 Highways Code §149.7 (L.A. Metro's d monstration projects on 1-10 and SR-110, the Commission's 1-15 project, and the futur Bay Area Express Lanes network); and • Instead of excluding all green or wh te-stickered low-emission vehicles from tolls completely, the bill now permits tolling f these vehicles at a reduced rate. The amended bill is a compromise that allows the Commission to toll low emission vehicles, instead of being forced to exempt them from t lls, giving the Commission greater control over debt repayment and congestion management r the 1-15 project. Meanwhile, the owners of these vehicles can continue to receive an e onomic incentive, which furthers the state's ambitious goals of reducing emissions. In the Senate Transportation and Housing Com ittee, SB 953 (Roth) received a 10-0 vote while also accepting minor amendments. At the req est of San Bernardino Associated Governments (SAN BAG), the bill has been broadened to prov de parking enforcement authority for both the Commission and SANBAG. SAN BAG will be ace pting responsibility for the new downtown San Bernardino transit center where Metrolink will terminate, as well as new stations constructed for the future Redlands rail extension. Both AB 1721 and SB 953 now head to the resp ctive chamber floors for a vote. Neither bill is considered a "fiscal" bill, therefore there is no n ed for either bill to be heard by appropriations committees. State Trans ortation Le islation Fills Committe A endas Spring is peak season for policy committees to hear bills in Sacramento. This year the transportation committees in the Assembly a d Senate have an unusually high volume of legislation to consider. Staff proposes the Com ission adopt positions on the following bills: AB 2036 (Mansoor) -Staff Recommendation: 0 POSE UNLESS AMENDED This bill would require a two-thirds vote of t e people of Orange County to authorize the implementation of any toll facility within the b undaries of Orange County. As drafted, staff believes the bill would subject the Commission' SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project to a vote of the people of Orange County. The Commission's project transcends the Orange -Riverside County line for approximately one mile to con truct the transition lane between the existing Orange County Transportation Authority (OCT ) 91 Express Lanes and the Commission's new extension of that facility. Staff believes, at the very least, an amendmen to the bill is necessary to ensure the bill does not apply to projects previously authorized by the Legislature or under contract for construction. Clarity should also be added tot e bill regarding projects that cross the Orange County line. Staff identified a number of other egal and practical concerns with the bill, that if signed into law, could set precedent for future p ojects in other counties. Agenda Item 9M 2 0 AB 2036 is a direct reaction to the author's publicly-stated dissatisfaction with the potential tolling alternative that has been studied on OCTA's 1-405 widening project. In Assembly Transportation Committee, this bill failed on its first hearing due to lack of a second for the motion to "pass" the bill. AB 2651 (Linder) and AB 2728 (Perea) -Staff Recommendation: SUPPORT Two bills have been introduced in the Assembly to end the transfer of truck weight fees from the State Highway Account to the General Fund. During the FY 2010/11 budget crisis, the Administration and Legislature enacted a series of fiscal maneuvers that provided relief to the General Fund by way of transportation revenues. Following the passage of Proposition 22 in 2010, which further walled-off most other transportation funds from the General Fund, the state sought the diversion of truck weight fees to the General Fund for the purpose of servicing debt on the Proposition lB transportation bonds. The nexus of Proposition 1B debt repayment to transportation purposes enabled the state to provide approximately $900 million of budget relief within the bounds of the Constitution. As the General Fund improves and as transportation revenues decline from erosion of the gas tax, the return of truck weight fees to the State Highway Account would boost funding available for transportation annually by nearly $1 billion. The Commission's adopted 2014 legislative platform states: "Revenue derived from transportation sources should be spent exclusively on transportation projects. Support measures to strengthen the relationship between transportation revenue and expenditures; oppose measures that weaken them." Therefore, staff recommends full support for two measures that restore truck weight fees to the State Highway Account: AB 2651 (Linder) and AB 2728 (Perea). The two proposals differ slightly: Prohibits diversion of truck weight fees as of January 1, 2015 through January 1, 2019. In late April, Assemblyman Linder indicated that he would drop his bill and stand behind Assemblyman Perea's bill in the interest of bipartisan unity on this issue. Mr. Perea's bill has advanced out of the Assembly Transportation Committee. In the interest of full disclosure, staff is aware the California State Association of Counties does not intend to be supportive of these bills because they would have the effect of reducing the Agenda Item 9M 261 .. General Fund. The California Association of Co ncils of Governments and other transportation industry groups are expected to support ne or both of these bills. The California Transportation Commission expressed supporti e statements about bills in this vein. HR 29 (Gomez) -Staff Recommendation: OPPO E This nonbinding resolution of the State Assembl expresses opposition to "outsourcing of public services and assets, which harms transpar ncy, accountability, shared prosperity, and competition." The resolution also supports, " rocesses that give public service workers the opportunity to develop their own plan on how to deliver cost-effective, high-quality services." The resolution references the Taxpayer Empo erment Agenda (TEA), a proposal by a group called "In the Public Interest", which is a roject of a national coalition known as the Partnership for Working Families. HR 29 itsel is sponsored by the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. TEA and HR 29 presents a blanket one-size-fits-II understanding of government services being contracted to the private sector that does not it the reality of several agencies, including the Commission and other special-purpose entitie . Much of the Commission's work is project- focused, which means workload ebbs and flow with many jobs lasting only a few years, and many of those jobs requiring extremely specia ized expertise. Hiring full-time public workers for these temporary, specialized jobs is impr ctical, cost inefficient, and would cause the Commission to move its work forward more slo ly. Historically, the Commission has retained a lean staff of public servants, staying within t e 1 percent statutory cap in voter-approved Measure A for administrative salaries and benef ts, and the 4 percent Measure A administrative cost cap that has been Commission policy for any years. For FY 2013/14, the Commission's adopted budget provided for approximately $ million for public staff salaries and benefits, accounting for less than 1 percent of the total C mmission budget. The Commission's budget also includes the follo ing stated objectives: • "Commission staffing levels will be consi tent with the intent of its enabling legislation, which envisioned a small, but effective s aff;" and • "Contract staff and consultants will be u ed to augment staff efforts as much as possible to support programs or workloads, whic do not appear to be of a permanent nature." TEA outlines a number of policies the Commissi n currently adheres to, including, in general: ./ Contract audits and oversight; ./ Language allowing the Commission to c ncel contracts if the company does not meet expectations; ./ Competitive bidding requirements and tr nsparency for recurring contracts; ./ Transparency to public of contracting pr cesses; and ./ Audits to ensure contractors have not br ken the law. Agenda Item 9M 2 2 However, a number of provisions of TEA are problematic in that these provisions either run afoul of existing federal requirements and would slow the Commission's work dramatically while increasing costs of operating the agency. For example: TEA Provision RCTC Concern Require a study to determine how privatization would affect the larger community and post the results online before any contract is signed. Would increase project delivery timelines and costs dramatically as a new study would need to be conducted for each phase of a project (environmental, design, right of way, construction). Ban contract language company profits. that guarantees Conflicts with federal requirements to delineate "fees" (profits) in contractor Ensure that public service workers have the opportunity to submit their own plan to save money.and provide quality services. invoices. Would increase project delivery timelines and costs for every contract as Commission staff would need to repeatedly evaluate contracting vs. hiring additional staff, rather than adhering the Commission's consistent adopted budget policy. The most concerning language of HR 29 is, "the Assembly intends to introduce and advocate for responsible outsourcing legislation," signaling that future bills will be coming forward to implement some of these provisions into state law. The resolution passed the Assembly on a 44-22 vote with 13 Members not voting. The resolution is supported and opposed by numerous organizations, including but not limited: Support Oppose AFSCME California Professional Firefighters Professional Engineers in California Government {PECG) Riverside Sheriff's Association Agenda Item 9M California Chamber of Commerce California Special Districts Association City of Indian Wells City of Riverside League of California Cities Southwest California Legislative Council 263