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08 August 18, 2014 Technical Advisory CommitteeCOMM-TAC-00034 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. August 18, 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 May 19, 2014 Minutes 4. Public Comments (This is for comments on items not listed on agenda. Comments relating to an item on the agenda will be taken when the item is before the Committee.) 5. 2013 FTIP/2015 FTIP Updates (Attachment) 6. 2014 Obligation Authority Delivery Plan — RFA Monitoring (Attachment) 7. Riverside Transit Agency — Multi -Funding Call for Projects Revision to Limited Stop- Service/RapidLink between Riverside and Corona (Attachment) 8. 2016 Regional Transportation Plan Update (Attachment) 9. Active Transportation Program — CTC Recommendation for Statewide Competitive Program of Projects and Proposed Projects for the Metropolitan Planning Organization Regional Program (Attachments will be provided at the meeting.) 10. Local Assistance Update (Verbal Presentation) 11. July Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 13. Other Business 14. Adjournment (The next meeting will be September 15 in Riverside.) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting August 18, 2014 Page 2 15. An SB 821 TAC Subcommittee meeting will convene immediately following this TAC meeting. TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE August 18, 2014 AGENCY TAC MEMBER DUANE BURK ALTERNATE _ --+--··-·· ...:.___.-_______ ____ _ ------···--~--PRINT NAME SIGNATURE BANNING Director of Public Works BEAUMONT Kahono Oei Kelsey Gormley Management Analyst K.o.ft..or'\O 0 -4, ~ KEVIN HUGHES I Consultant 1-----···· ·----·-·--·· BLYTHE -1-----1 Frank Luckino Finance Director ARMANDO BALDIZZONE Director of Public Works I CVAG MICHAEL SHOBERG !Allyn Waggle Transportation Program Manager Deputy Director --·---·-·-·--·-----f------------------+---------------. CALIMESA I MICHAEL THORNTON I Bob :rench . I M 1 '-"~ 1\~,.,.._) /V1 A //? f. \ J!-tf------.. City Engineer Public Works Director I r / v ll::J/ I ~ ------·----+----lcALTRANS lsEAN;x&LJ~G --~------l,;·c h-vd f),,,,,,) 'I '~-'-[ !=!-Local AsslStance Se,,.. 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( . __ ·re.. £ r, c. Ut 'fL/ ---------~--" ,...,0 µ I /\ I f:_:. (, lf-C..,(~ rc~c.. (J f-hr-G I Lw~~~;s tvt 0n{t1f\-'tt I 1{ ('._,, \ c___ I IA -II'( I\_ (_,o IX__ 11 cJ ~ i:iJ . _ _ _ ~ I J\\;~·\ C\.N GurzADo J G\JrIAtx:> e ~Q. OR G ! 1vV()-e--l L:cfltL @ rc;fc . 'D Yc/, MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, May 19, 2014 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order at 10:05 a.m. at the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: Armando Baldizzone, City of Blythe Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert Donna Dean, WRCOG Grant Ekland, City of Indio Ati Eskandari, City of Lake Elsinore Tom Garcia, City of Temecula Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Jonathan Hoy, City of Coachella Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Bob Moehling, City of Murrieta Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, and San Jacinto Nelson Nelson, City of Corona Kahono Oei, City of Banning Bill Simons, City of Cathedral City Michael Thornton, City of Calimesa Sean Yeung, Caltrans Dan York, City of Wildomar Others Present: Fred Alamolhoda, LAE Associates, Inc. Grace Alvarez, RCTC Amer Attar, City of Temecula Chris Benz -Blumberg, Caltrans Eric DeHate, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Jillian Guizado, RCTC Eric Lewis, City of Moreno Valley Tanya Love, RCTC Rafael Martinez, City of Menifee Shirley Medina, RCTC Thuy Nguyen, City of Riverside Joshua Palazzo, Riverside Transit Agency Roy Null, Riverside County Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 19, 2014 Page 2 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Minutes were approved as submitted. Abstain: Dave Barakian/Tom Garcia 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 4. MOBIL SOURCE AIR POLLUTION REDUCTION REVIEW COMMITTEE INLAND EMPIRE WORKSHOP SCHEDULE Tanya Love, RCTC, provided the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee's (MSRC) Inland Empire workshop schedule. She encouraged the TAC to attend one of the three available meetings. 6. 2013 FTIP UPDATE Eric DeHate, RCTC, reported that the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has processed Formal Amendments and Administrative Modifications 1-19 to the 2013 FTIP. All Amendments and Administrative Modifications 1-18 have been approved. He further reported that RCTC has participated in 18 of the 19 amendments submitted with changes to 259 projects. Formal Amendment No. 19 was submitted to SCAG on May 6, 2014 with changes to 22 projects. He said that new projects and revisions to projects due to the 2013 Multi -funding Call for Projects were included in Formal Amendment No. 17 that was due to SCAG February 25, 2014 and approved April 30, 2014. Also included in Amendment No. 17 were cycle 6 HSIP projects and SRTS projects. He also said that changes based on project milestone updates to the 2013 STP Pavement Rehabilitation Call for Projects were included in Administrative Modification No. 18 that was submitted to SCAG April 1, 2014 and approved April 30. He pointed out that he attached the Amendment Log to his staff report. 7. 2014 OBLIGATION AUTHORITY DELIVERY PLAN — RFA MONITORING Grace Alvarez, RCTC, thanked the TAC for assisting in putting together the final Obligation Authority Delivery Plan for FY 2013/14. The Delivery Plan included 28 projects totaling $89.4 Million of obligation for CMAQ and RSTP funds. Some of the funding is programmed in future years but the obligation can occur in FFY 2013/14 through the utilization of the Expedited Projects Selection Process (EPSP) that allows projects funded in the first four years of the FTIP to move forward and obligate early. If a project falls under this category of projects, the agency should contact her or Eric DeHate and they will secure the concurrence from SCAG. This concurrence is necessary to submit RFA packages to Caltrans. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 19, 2014 Page 3 She emphasized that Riverside County's obligation delivery is currently at 9 percent, which is low considering that eight months of the federal fiscal year have lapsed. 8. CITY OF MORENO VALLEY — MULTI -FUNDING CALL FOR PROJECTS REVISION TO TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTER PH 1B Eric Lewis, city of Moreno Valley, stated that subsequent to the January 8, 2014 Commission approval of the city of Moreno Valley's request for CMAQ funding for the implementation of the Traffic Management Center Ph 113 for $2,031,700 and the May 14, 2014 Air Quality Mobile Source Air Reduction Program funding for $490,000, the city found through the bidding of a similar project that the unit prices were better than anticipated and that it could do more using the amount of funding already approved. M/S/C (Motlagh/Nelson) to approve the city of Moreno Valley's request to expand its scope of work. 9. CTC — ATP CALL FOR PROJECTS UPDATE Shirley Medina provided her staff report that was presented at the May 14, 2014 Commission meeting. She reported that the Commission approved assigning an additional 10 points to the Riverside County Active Transportation Program (ATP) project application scores, subsequent to the California Transportation Commission's evaluation process. She reminded the TAC that applications are due to Caltrans by May 21. 10. MEASURE A FIVE-YEAR CIP SUBMITTALS REPORT Grace Alvarez thanked the 21 cities that submitted the Measure A CIP annual submittals and requested the remaining seven cities submit theirs. She said the submittals will be scheduled for the June/July Committee/Commission meetings. Late submittals will go to the September/October Committee/Commission meetings. 11. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Sean Yeung, Caltrans District 8, reminded the TAC that applications for the ATP call for projects are due to Caltrans by May 21. He also reported that he confirmed with the Caltrans Operations Department that the Districts will provide letter of support and/or letter of acknowledgement for the ATP projects on the state highway and that these letters must be included with the complete ATP applications. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 19, 2014 Page 4 He further reported that the Local Assistance Inactive web page for the quarterly review of projects was updated May 12. There is a status tab that was recently added to the Local Assistance web site for the status of E76. As of April 28, utility agreements under MAP 21 Buy America have been revamped and the policy and procedures have been incorporated into the new Exhibits 14-G and 14-I. Regarding Forms Plus, the web link is now available on the Local Assistance web site and software can be downloaded to work offline. Mr. Yeung is inquiring of Local Assistance Headquarters if regional training may be available either in person or via a web site tutorial. He introduced Chris Benz -Blumberg, Caltrans Environmental Specialist for Local Assistance matters who provided the following documents and briefly explained their functions: • Environmental Procedures flowchart taken from the Local Assistance procedures Manual. • Categorical Exclusion Checklist • NEPA CE Determination Decision Tree flowchart • Fact Sheet for Categorical Exclusions for Projects within an Existing Operational Right -of -Way and Projects Receiving Limited Federal Funding, Effective February 12, 2014. 12. MAY COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS • Public hearing regarding RCTC's budget; • ATP 10 point methodology was approved; • TUMF revenue projections, which are not as high as expected. Originally $7.4M but is now $4.6M and $2.3 goes into the CETAP fund with the rest to regional arterial. RCTC will meet with the TUMF Regional Arterial Subcommittee (most likely in June) to review the programming needs for the rest of the year and determine what projects can be programmed and review the projects remaining in the TUMF Regional Arterial Program; • Amendment to the TUMF Agreement for the Railroad Canyon Interchange was approved; • Award to HDR Engineering, Inc. for the rail study to the Coachella Valley; • State and Federal Legislative Update staff report was provided to the TAC. 13. OTHER BUSINESS There was no other business. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 19, 2014 Page 5 14. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:00 a.m. Respectfully submitted, /11L �, ,j Shirley Medina Planning and Programming Director AGENDA ITEM 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: August 18, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: LoreIle Moe -Luna, Senior Staff Analyst Eric DeHate, Staff Analyst SUBJECT: 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program; and 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: 2013 FTIP On May 19, 2014 RCTC staff presented updates to the 2013 FTIP and reported the approval of Formal Amendments and Administrative Modifications 1-19 totaling changes to 286 projects (RCTC participated in 18 of 19 Amendments). Since then, Administrative Modification No. 20 was submitted to SCAG encompassing changes to 14 projects, which was submitted to SCAG on July 8, 2014 and approved on July 24, 2014. The attached Amendment Log identifies the number of projects in each Amendment/Administrative Modification and the approval dates To view and/or print the most current 2013 FTIP approved listings, please visit SCAG's website at http://ftip.scag.ca.gov/Pages/2013/approved.aspx. 2015 FTIP On January 27, 2014 RCTC staff presented an update to the 2015 FTIP and reported the submittal of the 2015 FTIP included 382 projects. The 2015 update was due to SCAG on January 3, 2014. Since this submittal, RCTC staff responded to SCAG's staff comments and revised some of the projects' information that is now reflected in the Draft 2015 FTIP and Draft Amendment No. 2 to the 2012-2035 RTP/SCS. The Draft 2015 FTIP and Draft Amendment No. 2 to the 2012-2035 RTP/SCS were released for a 30-day public review on July 1, 2014. Two public meetings were held on July 10, 2014 and July 24, 2014 to receive public comments. The public review comment ended on July 31, 2014. SCAG is currently responding to the public review comments received. The final 2015 FTIP and Amendment No. 2 to the 2012-2035 RTP/SCS will be presented to SCAG's Regional Council for approval on September 11, 2014. Subsequently, the final document will be presented to Caltrans, FHWA/FTA for conformity approval, which is anticipated around mid December 2014. In anticipation of the 2015 FTIP approval, SCAG allowed the member Commissions to prepare and submit the first formal amendment to the 2015 FTIP, incorporating the changes that took place since its submittal of January 3, 2014. The amendment was restricted to incorporate funding changes that are necessary to be reflected in the 2015 FTIP in order to obligate federal funds in the second quarter of the federal fiscal year. Riverside County's Amendment No. 1 to the 2015 FTIP included 57 projects and it was submitted to SCAG on August 12, 2014. The anticipated approval of Formal Amendment No. 1 to the 2015 FTIP is the end of the calendar year. To review the Draft 2015 FTIP project listings, please visit SCAG's website below: http://ftip.scag.ca.gov/Pages/2015/draft.aspx The following table is SCAG's current 2013 FTIP/2015 FTIP amendment schedule up to August 2015. 2013 and 2015 FTIP Amendment/Administrative Modification Schedule Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Amendment/Administrative Modification No. Formal or Administrative 8/5/2014 8/12/2014 15-01 Formal 9/23/2014 9/30/2014 13-21 Administrative 10/28/2014 11 /4/2014 15-02 Administrative 12/16/2014 12/23/2014 15-03 Formal 2/10/2015 2/17/2015 15-04 Administrative 3/24/2015 3/31/2015 15-05 Formal 5/5/2015 5/12/2015 15-06 Administrative 6/16/2015 6/23/2015 15-07 Formal 8/4/2015 8/11/2015 15-08 Administrative Attachment: 2013 FTIP Amendment Log 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program - Amendment Submittals and Approval Dates 2013 FTIP Purpose No. of Projects Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Anticipated Approval Final Approval Final 12/13/2012 Amendment 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 27 4/29/2014 5/6/2014 6/25/2014 7/17/2014 Amendment 20 Administrative Modification 14 7/1/2014 7/8/2014 7/25/2014 7/24/2014 Total Number of Projects 300 *RCTC did not participate in this Amendment 2013 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 8/12/2014 - 4:27 PM As of August 12, 2014 Page 1 of 1 AGENDA ITEM 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: August 18, 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 (OA) Delivery Plan to Caltrans Local Assistance consisting of eight projects partially funded with CMAQ funds totaling $39 million and twenty projects funded with STP totaling $56 million for a combined obligation plan of $95 million. Staff has been following up with the local agencies and with Caltrans Local Assistance regarding the progress of the request for authorization submittals in order to estimate our final obligation authority delivery for FY 2013/14. As of July 30, 2014, our obligation delivery was $11.97 million or 18.5% of our obligation authority funds. There are approximately 14 more projects in the pipeline requesting STP and CMAQ obligations in FY 2013/14, totaling $66.78 million ($28.22 million less than the original FY 2013/14 OA plan). We appreciate your collaboration in this effort and request that you promptly reply to Local Assistance inquiries and/or provide additional documentation needed to finalize the authorization requests. The goal is to obligate our share of the federal funds for our region. 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). Attachment: FFY 2013/14 Original Obligation Plan dated May 12, 2014 Final FFY 2013/14 Obligation Plan updated July 30, 2014 May 12, 2014 7:07 AM RCTC FFY 2013/2014 OBLIGATION PLAN CID cn..wa. c.»ar tmmp.na fx* Agency FLIP ID Project Location Project Scope/Description RFA Subm. To Ca!trans D-11 CMAQ STP-L Funding Phase Project Phase FTIP FY 2013114 Comments Wildomar RIV130401 Clinton Keith Rd Slurry Seal Pavement Rehab 3/1/2014 $136,000 Con PA&ED Y Coachella RIV330402 Grapefruit Blvd. Pavement Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Pavement Rehab 4/15/2014 $215,000 Can 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 Morena 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 Can 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 SLAG 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 5340,000 Eng Pre PA&ED N May use EPSP - Need Concurrence from SCAG 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 68,929,000 Con ROW Y 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 $250,000 Con PA&ED Y Lake Elsinore RIV130401 Gunnerson St. Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 $286,000 Con PA&ED Y Murrieta RIV130401 Jefferson Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 5593,000 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 navmg 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 RIV351211 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 ST TO SR60/91/215 IC HOV Gap Closure $13,809,766 Con UC N/A Post Programming for project under construction - R/W Util. Rel and Cons/Const Support Caltrans RIV320201 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 FY 13/14 Anticipated obligations Current OA Balance- FY 13/14 OA Balance at 9/30/2014 Programming Capacity resulting in EPSP concurrence from SCAG through RCTC $38,969,766 S49,020,509 $10,050,743 $55,991,062 $51,733,989 -94,257,073 " OA loan will be secured from another county obligated bligated July 30, 201412:49 PM I I RCTC FFY 2013/2014 OBLIGATION PLAN 11111M e..Nde tower umwowr trnw:na. Agency FTIP ID Project Location Project Scope/Description RFA Subm. To Caltrans D-8 (Originally Purposed) RFA Subm. To Caltrans D-8 (Projected) RFA Subm. To Caltrans D-8 (Actual) CMAQ STP-L Funding Phase Project Phase FTIP FY 2013/14 Comments Moreno Valley RIV151204 Various Locations Aqueduct Trail Missing Segments 6/30/2014 6/30/2014 6/25/2014 $340,000 Eng Pre PA&ED N EPSP - Concurrence received from SCAG Riverside RIV130401 Indiana Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 7/1/2014 6/27/2014 6/27/2014 $1,810,000 Con ROW Cert Y Riverside County RIV130401 Rancho California Rd. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 5/28/2014 6/30/2014 6/30/2014 $2,634,000 Con ROW Cert Y Riverside County RIV130402 62nd Street Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 6/2/2014 6/30/2014 6/30/2014 $605,000 Con ROW Cert Y Riverside County RIV050534 I-215/Newport Blvd IC Project 6/2/2014 6/30/2014 6/30/2014 $14,625,000 Con ROW Cert N EPSP - Concurrence received from SCAG Riverside County 47520 1-10/Jefferson St IC IC Improvements 6/2/2014 6/30/2014 6/30/2014 $14,500,000 Con ROW Cert N EPSP - Concurrence received from SCAG Wildomar RIV130401 Clinton Keith Rd Slurry Seal Pavement Rehab 7/3/2014 6/30/2014 7/3/2014 $136,000 Con ROW Cert Y Eastva le RIV130401 Schleisman Ave. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 5/28/2014 7/17/2014 7/14/2014 $199,000 Con ROW Cert Y Riverside RIV131202 Adams St at 91 IC PA&ED 6/30/2014 7/17/2014 7/22/2014 $935,000 Eng PA&ED N EPSP - Concurrence received from SCAG Riverside RIV151206 SR 91 Lime to Mulberry Pedestrian Bridge 6/30/2014 7/17/2014 7/22/2014 $638,000 Eng Pre PA&ED N EPSP - Concurrence received from SLAG Caltrans RIV010212 SR 91 FROM ADAMS ST TO SR60/91/215 IC HOV Gap Closure 7/3/2014 7/10/2014 $13,809,766 Con UC N/A Post Programming for project under construction. $5,542,731 requested for R/W & $8,267,035 for Cons/CE. RTA RIV151211 Magnolia and University Ave's Limited Stop Service 7/1/2014 7/15/2014 $9,212,000 Con PA&ED N EPSP - Concurrence received from SCAG Caltrans RIV120201 SR60 from Gilman Springs Rd. to 1.47 miles W/O Jack Rabbit Tr. TCL/TDL and shoulder improvements 7/3/2014 7/17/2014 7,000,000 Design PA&ED Y Design funds prog in FY 15/16 thru A-19; EPSP will be utilized to obligate in FY 13/14 Cathedral City RIV130402 East Palm Canyon Dr. Rehab Pavement Rehab 6/10/2014 7/17/2014 $337,000 Con PA&ED Y Anticipated obligations Current OA Balance - FY 13/14 as of 7/30/2014 OA Balance at 9/30/2014 $30,999,766 $35,781,000 544 895 509 $49,820,522 $13,895,743 $14,039,522 AGENDA ITEM 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: August 18, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director SUBJECT: Riverside Transit Agency — Scope of Work Change for the Limited STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) scope of work expansion for the RapidLink Service along Route 1 between UCR and Corona. The expanded scope does not change the amount of CMAQ funds approved by the Commission on January 8, 2014. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On January 8, 2014, the Commission approved the RTA's request for CMAQ funding for the implementation of the Limited Stop Service along Route 1 service area during the weekday peak commute periods along University and Magnolia Avenues (Riverside/Corona Corridor). The CMAQ funds approved in the amount of $9,211,800 would cover the transit service for Phase I of the RapidLink between UCR and the Galleria at Tyler, as well as the purchase of 14 forty -foot buses and operating assistance for the first three years of service. Subsequently, on July 21, the RTA requested approval to expand the service to Implement Phase I and Phase II of the Riverside/Corona corridor concurrently, extending the service from Tyler at Galleria to Smith and Sixth in the city of Corona. RTA also opted to expand the operating assistance from three to five years per the new CMAQ guidance under MAP-21. No additional CMAQ funding is associated with the service expansion/operating assistance. An amendment to Agreement No. 14-72-133 will be processed to include the extended service from Tyler at Galleria to Smith and Sixth in the city of Corona, and to include language that the operating assistance will be for the first three to five years. Staff is supportive of the implementation of Phases I and II of the RapidLink and the option to spread out the operating assistance from three to five years as the expanded service will result in increased air quality benefits to the region. Attachment: Proposed RapidLink Limited -Stop Service Exhibit rt """ ;;,• f c,o Norco 2nd St ~ • aune11.,1:1 I t " .C ~ ..,. ~ ... ~ ,_ Smith & Sixth r _ ..... .;,,· ~ gJ' ... ~ : ~ ,. Corona hv4 RI Proposed Rapidlink Limited-Stop Service: Phase 1 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Service University of California at Riverside (UCR) to Corona LimanileAv• -:: ft St "' t i P~<ley hnaton A~ Jurupa Valley C"t __ "'An ~ t~tob AwP>rt ho i .. up P•k Jurup0a1 ~~e A ~ntralAve :. Arlington Ave ,.,.,. ~ • ~ ~ .I ~ Martin Liither King Blvd = <.J e Proposed RapidLink Stops ~ '!l °' Proposed RapidLink Phase 1 BRT Service 0 2 ~ N Miles Sources: Esri, Delorme, NAVTEQ, USGS, lntermap, iPC, NRCAN, Esri~Japan, METI, Esri China (Hong Kong), Esri (Thailand), TomTom, 2012 ' AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: August 18, 2014 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager LoreIle Moe -Luna, Senior Staff Analyst Eric DeHate, Staff Analyst SUBJECT: 2016 Regional Transportation Plan — Project List Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is in the process of updating the Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategies (RTP/SCS), which is a transportation planning document updated every four years encompassing the six counties in the region: Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura. The 2016 RTP/SCS is an effort that involves reviewing and adjusting the planning assumptions, including the growth forecast, financial plan, and transportation projects and programs to reflect the latest available information and regional priorities. SCAG is asking the county transportation commissions to take the lead in coordinating their respective countywide submittals for consideration in the 2016 RTP/SCS. The focus of this exercise is to update information on all the regionally significant projects that were included in the 2012 RTP as constrained or unconstrained projects, and to submit additional projects, if any, for inclusion in the 2016 RTP/SCS. Project sheets have been prepared to facilitate the update of your projects. The 2016 RTP/SCS exercise consist of the following steps: 1. Review the project sheets containing constrained and unconstrained projects from the 2012 RTP. Each agency should have received copies of the project sheets for projects within its respective jurisdiction. A. Review the project data for accuracy and completeness. The most important items for your review in the RTP/SCS are the completion date (open to traffic for highway projects and delivery of vehicles for transit) and the modeling details. If these items are not correct, it can prevent you from programming the project in the FTIP and/or receiving federal approvals such as environmental approval and federal funding. RTP/SCS amendments are not common, are time consuming to process, and can take up to 9-12 months to get approved. So, please take this opportunity to correctly describe your project for future inclusion in the FTIP. B. Identify changes to project scope, cost (based on year of expenditure), and schedule, including project completion or project deletion. All information fields must be reviewed and completed. If the project has been programmed in the Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP), identify the FTIP project ID number and whether the entire project or a portion of the project is programmed. 2. Identify any additional projects you would like to be considered for the 2012 RTP. A blank form has been provided that must be filled out completely for the project to be added to the 2016 RTP/SCS. 3. Provide copies of project sheets with markups to RCTC staff by September 8, 2014, along with project exhibits, maps and/or figures that describe the planned projects. I would like to emphasize the importance of a detailed and complete project description and modeling details, such as project limits, location, cost (year of expenditure), reasonably available funding source(s) and schedule for completion (opening year for highway projects and vehicle delivery for transit projects), as these will ensure the project can move from a planning document (RTP/SCS) to the FTIP. Modeling details vary for different types of projects. Please refer to the modeling requirements for the type of project you are submitting for inclusion in the RTP/SCS. The information requested is required for SCAG to properly assess the RTP's financial constraint and regional emission analysis, which are both part of the federal required conformity determination. The listing of projects and the schedule of completion for each project is critical, as those projects that are not included as part of an adopted and conforming RTP/SCS will not receive environmental clearance by the federal agencies and will not be eligible for state (state funding includes federal funding sources) or federal transportation funds. Additionally, the RTP/SCS must include all regionally significant projects, regardless of funding source, in its emissions analysis. Please be aware there are different modeling years based on the specific air basins where the projects are located. Please take a look at the attached Air Basin maps with the corresponding attainment/modeling years. The modeling years are important to consider as they are the key to incorporate project delays in the FTIP. If the project is delayed and the delay is within the model year, the project delay can be updated in the FTIP through an amendment. However, if the project delay crosses modeled years, the project delay will require an RTP/SCS amendment. The 2012 RTP/SCS includes approximately 600 projects for Riverside County, so the review/modification of these projects by RCTC and SCAG will be a laborious task. Considering the volume of existing projects to be updated and the inclusion of new projects, time will be of the essence for a thorough review prior to our submittal to SCAG. The following is the timeline for the 2016 RTP: • July 23, 2014 — RCTC prepares project sheets and distributes to local agencies via email for review of existing projects • September 8, 2014 — RTP/SCS project updates and/or new project submittals due to RCTC • September 8 through November 17 — RCTC staff to review and follow up with local agencies • November 17, 2014 — Countywide 2016 RTP/SCS updates due to SCAG • November 2014 through October 2015 — SCAG project reviews and required modeling • October 2015 — Public Review Period • April 2016 — SCAG's Approval (Committee and Regional Council) • July 2016 — Federal agencies approval Please be sure all capacity enhancing projects you intend to begin implementation over the next ten years (+/-) are included in either the RTP/SCS list or the FTIP. If it is not in one of these lists, you will not be able to get any federal approvals for the project (FTIP programming, NEPA approval, federal funds, etc.). If you have any questions, please contact our staff. Thanks, Attachments: 2016 RTP Summary Listing of Riverside County Projects RTP Project Data Field Descriptions Air Basin Maps with corresponding attainment/modeling years Modeling Detail requirements for various transportation projects SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS AS OF 7/9/14 PER STAG 77 77 PROPOSED :PROPOSED RTP ID ILead A.enc 3G01G36 3G01G19 3G01G43 3G01G26 3G0701 3120003 3A04A05 3A04A08 3A04A10 3A04A03 3A04A06 3A04A04 3A04A09 3A04A07 3A07099 3A07120 3A07055 3A07042 3A07127 3A07125 3A07032 3A07060 3A07048 3A07018B 3A07018C 3A07018A 3A01CV073 3A01CV078 3A0803 3A0802 3A01CV091 3A01CV090 3A01CV089 3A01CV097 3A01CF096 3A07092 3A07167 3A07057 3A07108 3A01CV002 3A04CV113 3A07039 3A01CV004 3A01CV005 3A01CV014 3A01CV015A 3A07094 3A01CV015B 3A01CV015C 3A07164 3A07165 3A07098 3A01CV017 3A07011 3A01CV018 3AOICV016 3A01CV023 3A04CV027 3A07078 3A07051 3A07096 3A07040 3A07071 3A07069 3A07088 3A07074 3A07036 3A07037 3A01CV087 3A01CV088 3G01G33 3A04T027 3A04WT030 3A04WT032 BANNING BANNING BANNING BEAUMONT BEAUMONT BEAUMONT BLYTHE BLYTHE BLYTHE BLYTHE BLYTHE BLYTHE BLYTHE BLYTHE CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY CATHEDERAL CITY COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA CORONA CORONA CORONA CORONA PROPOSED PROPOSED S stem Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Route Name/Pro'ect Title 22ND ST HARGRAVE ST SAN GORGONIO AV CALIFORNIA AVE VIELE AV Potrero Blvd. Extension 14th Ave 7th St Barnard St Hobsonway Hobsonway N. Lovekin Blvd N. Lovekin Blvd Riviera Dr CATHEDRAL CYN DR DA VALL RD DA VALL RD DA VALL RD DA VALL RD DA VALL RD DATE PALM DR DATE PALM DR __- DATE PALM DR Landau Landau Landau MOUNTAIN VIEW RAMON RD Local Highway VALLEY CENTER BLVD Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway VALLEY CENTER BLVD VARNER RD VARNER RD VARNER RD VISTA CHINO VISTA CHINO AVE 48 AVE 48 AVE 48 AVE 48 AVE 50 AVE 50 AVE 50 AVE 50 AVE 50 AVE 52 AVE 52 AVE 52 AVE 52 AVE 52 AVE 52 AVE 52 AVE 52 AVE 54 AVE 54 AVE 54 AVE 54 AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 58 DILLON RD DILLON RD GRAPEFRUIT BLVD GRAPEFRUIT BLVD GRAPEFRUIT BLVD GRAPEFRUIT BLVD HARRISON ST VAN BUREN ST VAN BUREN ST VAN BUREN ST VAN BUREN ST JOY ST Magnolia Ave Main St Railroad St 3A01CV053 DESERT HOT SPRINGS Local Highway .INDIAN AVE 3A01CV047A DESERT HOT SPRINGS Local Highway HACIENDA AVE 3A01CV047B 3A01CV049 3A01CV048 3A01CV104 3A01CV105 3A01CV103 DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway HACIENDA AVE HACIENDA AVE HACIENDA AVE LITTLE MORONGO RD LITTLE MORONGO RD LITTLE MORONGO RD PROPOSED Description GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES OVER UPRR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES OVER UPRR GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES OVER UPRR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES OVER UPRR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES AT UPRR Construct new 4 lane arterial highway extension and overpass facility at SR79 Widen Existing Bridge at D-Canal from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Construct/Extend 2 Lane Arterial Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen Existing Bridge at C-Canal from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen Existing Bridge at C-Canal from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Construct 2 Lane Overcrossing at the Lower Outfall Drain Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct new 6-lane Road j Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Construct new 6-lane Road, including bridge at Long Canyon !Widen from 2 to 6 lanes j Widen from 2 to 6 lanes 1 Widen from 4 to 6 lanes i Widen from 4 to 6 lanes, including bridge at N. Catheral Channel I Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Construct new 6-lane Road !Construct new 4-lane Road :Construct new 6-lane road, including OC of UPRR :Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes IN THE CITY OF CATHEDRAL CITY, CONSTRUCT VALLEY CENTER BLVD NORTH OF 1-10 AND SOUTH OF VARNER RD AS A 4 LANE ARTERIAL FROM DATE PALM DR TO FUTURE DA VALL RD EXTENSION IN THE CITY OF CATHEDRAL CITY, CONSTRUCT VALLEY CENTER BLVD 'NORTH OF 1-10 AND SOUTH OF VARNER RD AS A 4 LANES ARTERIAL FROM PALM DR TO DATE PALM DR Widen from 2 to 4 lanes ,Widen from 2 to 4 lanes !Widen from 2 to 4 lanes ;Construct new 4-lane Road ;Widen from 4 to 6 lanes !Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes I Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Construct 4-lane Bridge Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes ,Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4-lane Bridge Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES OVER BNSF RR TRACKS Intersection upgrades on Magnolia Ave. between Ontario Ave. and Kellogg Ave.to accommodate restriping from 4 to 6 lanes. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes 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 MISSION LAKES BLVD., AND PIERSON BLVD. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes (2 lanes in each direction) from Cholla Dr. to Palm Dr. Construct new four 12-ft lanes with 14-ft medians between Little Morongo Rd and Cholla Dr. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Page 1 of 9 SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS AS OF 7/9/14 PER SCAG �s 86 87 88 8 90 91 92 93 sa 96 �z 98 99 100 lot 1oz to. l04 tog 10E t07 1 Ian .1 t4z t4. 14+ 14� 14r 112 14g 14a is PROPOSED PROPOSED RTP ID Lead Agency 3A01CV067 3A01CV068 3A07001 3A01CV071 3A01CV076 3A01CV075 3A01CV085 3A01CV086 3120017 3120018 DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS PROPOSED PROPOSED System Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Route Name/Protect Title MISSION LAKES BLVD MISSION LAKES BLVD MISSION LAKES BLVD MOUNTAIN VIEW PIERSON BLVD PIERSON BLVD TWO BUNCH PALMS TR TWO BUNCH PALMS TR Mission Lakes Blvd Mountain View Rd. 3120023 DESERT HOT SPRINGS Local Highway Palm Dr. 3120024 3120020 3120019 3120022 3120021 3120025 3A04WT034 3A04WT037 3A01 WT039 3A01 WT040 3A01 WT041 3A07137 3A07017 3A07029 3A07043 3A07166 3A07025 3A07117 3A07065 3A01CV003 3A07056 3A07052 3A07115 3A01CV011 3A01CV012 3A07091 3A07087 3A07031 3A07049 3A07053 3A01CV123 3A01CV110A 3A01CV111 3A01CV054 3A07086 3A01CV110B 3A01CV116 3A07171 3A07019 3A01CV060 3A01CV059A 3A01CV064 3A01CV062 3A01CV061 3A01CV063 3A01CV121A 3A07030 3120011 3A07097 3A07075 3A07079 3A07050 3A07064 3120016 3A07062 DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS DESERT HOT SPRINGS HEMET HEMET HEMET HEMET HEMET INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO INDIO JURUPA VALLEY LA QUINTA .:k. 3A07070 LA QUINTA 12 3A01CV010 LA QUINTA 1213A07102 LA QUINTA ii 3A07106 LA QUINTA 1�5} 3A07061 LA QUINTA 1�91 3A07111 LA QUINTA 123A01CV059B LA QUINTA ,. 3A04A13 LAKE ELSINORE z 3A04A14 LAKE ELSINORE 1E0 3A04WT042 LAKE ELSINORE 16_ 3A04WT043 LAKE ELSINORE 1e3 3A04A18 LAKE ELSINORE t61 3A04A15 LAKE ELSINORE 16a 3A01 WT044 LAKE ELSINORE .e. 3A04A11 LAKE ELSINORE t6G 3A01 WT045 LAKE ELSINORE 16f 3A04WT046 LAKE ELSINORE 1643A04WT047 LAKE ELSINORE Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Palm Dr. Pierson Blvd. Pierson Blvd. Pierson Blvd. Pierson Blvd. Worsley Rd. Domenigoni Pkwy SR-74 State St Stetson Ave Warren Rd AVENUE 44 AVENUE 44 AVENUE 44 AVENUE 48 AVENUE 48 AVENUE 48 AVENUE 48 AVENUE 50 AVENUE 50 AVENUE 50 AVENUE 50 AVENUE 52 AVENUE 52 AVENUE 52 DILLON RD HIGHWAY 111 HIGHWAY 111 HIGHWAY 111 HIGHWAY 111 JACKSON ST JACKSON ST JACKSON ST JACKSON ST JACKSON ST JACKSON ST JEFFERSON ST JEFFERSON ST JEFFERSON ST MADISON ST MADISON ST MADISON ST MADISON ST MADISON ST MADISON ST MILES AVE MONROE ST Monroe St. VAN BUREN ST VARNER RD / AVE 42 VARNER RD / AVE 42 VARNER RD / AVE 42 VARNER RD / AVE 42 Markel St ADAMS St Local Highway AVE 50 Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway AVE 52 AVE 58 AVE 58 DUNE PALMS RD FRED WARING DR MADISON ST Auto Center Dr (Casino Dr) Franklin St Grand Ave Lake St Lemon St Malaga Rd Mission Tr Nichols Rd SR-74 (Grand Ave) SR-74 (Riverside Dr) SR-74 (Riverside Dr/Collier Ave) PROPOSED Descri. tion Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6lanes. Other improvements include shoulders and medians Widen from 4 to 6lanes. Other improvements include shoulders and medians Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Relocate and construct 4 lane arterial Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes, including new bridge. Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes, including replacement of a 2 lane low water crossing with a 4 lane bridge. Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes, including bridge over Whitewater River. Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Intersection Improvements Widen from 4 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 4 to 6 Lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes, including the bridge at All American Canal Widen from 4 to 6 Lanes Widen from 4 to 6 Lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 Lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 4 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Construct New 4 - Lane Road Widening from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Construct New 4 - Lane Road Construct New 4 - Lane Road, including bridge at All American Canal and Whitewater River. Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - 2 lanes in each direction Widen the west side of Van Buren Blvd. from 2 to 3 lanes. Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes, including bridge over All American Canal. Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct new 41ane bridge Widen from 2 to 4 lanes. Shared project between the City of La Quinta and Indio. The south side of Avenue 50 widening from 1 to 2 lanes, where sections are missing, is City of La Quinta project. The north side within the same limits on Avenue 50 is the City of Indio project. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes in areas with missing sections on the north side of Avenue 52. Widen south side from 1 to 2lanes Widen south side from 1 to 2lanes in areas with missing sections. Construct 4-lane Bridge Widen from 3 to 6lanes Widen west side of Madison from 1 to 2 lanes. Joint project with city of Indio who is responsible for the east side of Madison. Widen bridge over San Jacinto River from 2 to 4 lanes Widen street and bridge over 1-15 from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Page 2 d 9 SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS AS OF 7/3/14 PER SLAG 169 I7E 1]1 1]2 1]3 va 176 1]6 177 vs 1]9 us 216 21] 218 219 22C zn 222 223 229 zzs 226 zv 2288 229 23c z31 PROPOSED PROPOSED PROPOSED IPROPOSED RTP ID Lead Agency System !Route NamelPro ect Title 3A01WT152 3A04A32 3A04A31 3A04WT156 3A04WT155 3A01WT167 3A01 WT166 3A04WT080 3A04WT079 3A01 Wi170 3A01 WT172 3A01 WT171 3A04WT175 3A01WT176 3A04WT178 3A04WT177 RIV010205B 3A01WT207 3A01 WT050C 3A01 WT049B 3A04WT056A 3120004 3A04WT052 3A07162 3A07168 3A07160 3A07169 3A07045 3A04WT055 3A04WT056G 3A01 WT057B 3A07105 3A07135 3A07101 3A07119 3A07154 3A07170 3A07140 3AO1WT062 3A04WT064 3A04WT065 3A07148 3A07159 3A01 WT067 3A07161 3A04WT068 MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MENIFEE MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY RIV111201 MORENO VALLEY 3120007 3A01WT072 3A01WT073 3A01WT083 3120005 3120008 3120006 3120009 3A01WT076 3A01 WT075 3120013 3120010 3120014 3A01WT174 3120012 3A04WT078 MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA MURRIETA 23z RIV111131 MURRIETA 233 3A04WT086 NORCO 230 3A04WT087 NORCO nss 3A04WT088 NORCO 243A04WT089 NORCO z373A04WT090 NORCO zaa 3A04WT091 NORCO 239 3A07299 PALM DESERT i3A07301 PALM DESERT a1 3A07311 PALM DESERT zaz 3A07136 PALM DESERT z333A07200 PALM DESERT zaa 3A07123 PALM DESERT zis 3A01CV030 PALM DESERT 2363A01CV031 PALM DESERT za7 3A01CV033 PALM DESERT zaa 3A01CV040B PALM DESERT 2a93A01CV040A PALM DESERT zsc 3A07304 PALM DESERT zsl 3A07306 PALM DESERT zs43A07312 PALM DESERT Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Ethanac Rd Garbani Rd Garbani Rd Goetz Rd Goetz Rd McCall Blvd McCall Blvd Menifee Rd Menifee Rd Menifee Rd Menifee Rd Menifee Rd Murrieta Rd Newport Rd Newport Rd Newport Rd Scott Rd Scott Rd Alessandro Blvd Alessandro Blvd BOX SPRINGS RD (IRONWOOD AVE) Cactus Ave. Eucalyptus Ave Eucalyptus Ave Heacock St-SI Heacock St-SI Heacock St-SI Indian St Indian St Ironwood Ave Lasselle St Moreno Beach Dr Moreno Beach Dr. Nason St Nason St Nason St Perris Blvd Perris Blvd Perris Blvd Pigeon Pass Rd Reche Canyon Rd Redlands Blvd Redlands Blvd Redlands Blvd Redlands Blvd San Michele Rd Local Highway Nason St Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway_ Antelope Road Clinton Keith Rd Clinton Keith Rd Clinton Keith Rd Elm Street Guava Avenue Ivy Street Jackson Avenue Jefferson Ave Jefferson Ave Los Alamos Rd. - north side Madison Ave. Monroe Ave. Murrieta Hot Springs Rd Whitewood Ave. Whitewood Rd. Keller Rd. 1st St 2nd St Corydon Ave Hamner Hillside Ave Norco Dr COOK ST COOK ST COOK ST Cook Street COUNTRY CLUB DR Country Club Drive Country Club Drive Country Club Drive Country Club Drive FRANK SINATRA DR FRANK SINATRA DR FRANK SINATRA DR FRANK SINATRA DR GERALD FORD DR PROPOSED Description Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Incl. grade separation over BNSF RR (Grade sep portion is not part of grade sep list and should remain here) Construct 4-lane arterial Reconstruct and widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4 lane arterial Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4 lane arterial Widen from 2 to 4 lanes incl. grade separation over RR (Grade sep portion is not part of grade sep list and should remain here) Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 61ane arterial Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen Scott Rd from 4 to 6 lanes between 1-215 and El Centro Widen from 2 to 4 lanes WIDEN ALESSANDRO BLVD FROM 500' E/O KITCHING ST TO NASON ST FROM 2 TO 6 LANES Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Street Improvement/ Widening Street Improvement/ Widening Street Improvement / Widening Street Improvement / Widening Widen OC from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Construct 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes (2 lanes in each direction) Widen 4 to 6lanes / Street Improvement Widen 2 to 4lanes / Street Improvement Widen from 4 to 6 lanes / Street Improvement Widen from 4 to 6 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 41ane arterial Widen 2 to 4 lanes / Street Improvement Widen 2 to 4lanes / Street Improvement Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen 2 to 4 lanes / Street Improvement Widen from 2 to 4 lanes PA&ED - Nason St. Widening from Fir Ave to Alessandro Ave. is an alignment study/traffic analysis project at this time. The existing number of through lanes within the widening segment varies from 2 to 4 lanes and could be improved from 2 to 6 lanes. Construct - Realign Antelope Rd from Clinton Keith Rd. to Scott Road - 4 through lanes, 2 lane in each direction. Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes with 1-15 overcrossing Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes with bridge over Warm Springs Creek Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 6 lane arterial Widening from 4 to 6 lanes. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct a 4 lane facility - Monroe Ave. from Murrieta Hot Springs Rd. to Los Alamos Rd. Widen from 4 to 6 lanes New facility Construct 4 lane arterial Keller Rd. Ext. from Whitewood Rd (east) to SR79 (Winchester Rd), consisting of 4lanes (2 Ins in ea dir), left turn In, bike lanes, and CG&S.. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Construct 2lane arterial Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 3 to 4 lanes Page 3 of 9 SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS AS OF 7/9/14 PER SCAG 255 2sa 255 25E 2s; 25E zs9 zsc 261 262 263 zs< 26' 26E 26-i 26E 26' 27C 271 n< 273 27a 27. nE 27 278 n� 28C .1 282 285 21 285 28E 28; zee 28S 29C 291 292 293 9a 29E 29E 29€ 29S Sac 301 301 304 305 301 301 31[ 114 317 311 31� 315 1 3if 31F 311 32.8 328 323 3�5 32� 321 32t• 32e 33C 33i 331 33+ 336 33r PROPOSED PROPOSED RTP ID Lead Agency 3A07305 3A07309 3A07314 3A07298 3A07122 3A04A20 3A07095 3A07009 3A07112 3A07026 3A07004 3A07054 3A07002 3A07118 3A07068 3A07005 3A07145 3A07114 3A04A21 3A07126 3A04A22 3AO1CV098 3A04A23 3A04WT092 3A07262 3A07264 3A04WT093 3A01 WT100 3A04WT099 3A01 WT101 3A04WT102 3A04WT060 3A07265 3A07266 3A07268 3A07267 3A07270 3A07269 3A07271 3A07272 3A07273 3A01 WT106 3A01 WT105 3A01 WT107 3A01WT110B 3A07274 3A07275 3A07276 3A07279 3A07278 3A07280 3A07277 3A07281 3A07282 3A07283 3A07284 3A07285 3A07138 3A07082 3A07147 3A07201 3A07149 3A07024 3A07116 3A07128 3G0703 3G0705 3G01G40 3120036 PALM DESERT PALM DESERT PALM DESERT PALM DESERT PALM DESERT PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PALM SPRINGS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS PERRIS RANCHO MIRAGE RANCHO MIRAGE RANCHO MIRAGE RANCHO MIRAGE RANCHO MIRAGE RANCHO MIRAGE RANCHO MIRAGE RANCHO MIRAGE RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY PROPOSED PROPOSED System Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Route Name/Pro"ect Title PORTOLA AVE PORTOLA AVE PORTOLA AVE PORTOLA AVE Portola Avenue Araby Dr CROSSLEY RD / GOLF CLUB DR CROSSLEY RD / GOLF CLUB DR CROSSLEY RD / GOLF CLUB DR DILLON RD GENE AUTRY TRAIL INDIAN AVE N. INDIAN CANYON DR. N. PALM CYN DR RAMON RD RAMON RD RAMON RD S. PALM CYN DR Salvia Rd. Sunrise Parkway Sunrise Parkway Vista Chino "A" Street 11th St/Case Rd Local Highway Case Rd Local Highway Dunlap Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway RIV041043 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway RIV041043 RIVERSIDE COUNTY 3A01WT123 RIVERSIDE COUNTY 3A01WT124 3A04WT125 3A07172 3A07174 3A07173 3A07181 3A07180 3A07177 3A07176 3A07175 3A07179 3A07182 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY Ellis Ave Evans Rd Evans Rd Goetz Rd Goetz Rd Hadey Knox Blvd. Indian Ave Mapes Ave Markham St McPherson Rd Morgan St Morgan St Mountain Ave Murrieta Rd Orange Ave Perris Blvd Perris Blvd Placentia Ave Ramona Expwy Redlands Ave Redlands Ave Rider St San Jacinto Ave San Jacinto Ave San Jacinto Ave San Jacinto Ave Trumble Rd Watson Webster Ave Webster Ave Webster Ave BOB HOPE DR BOB HOPE DR COUNTRY CLUB DR DA VALL RD FRANK SINATRA DR FRANK SINATRA DR MONTEREY AVE MONTEREY AVE AVENUE 62 AVENUE 66 BELLGRAVE AV JURUPA RD Local Highway Local Highway Alessandro Blvd Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Archibald Ave Armstrong Rd AVE 48 AVE 52 AVE 52 AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD IPROPUSED Description Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6lanes Widen from 4 to 6lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Construct new bridge crossing over Palm Canyon Wash Widen from 2 to 4 lanes New bridge over Palm Canyon Wash. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes New bridge to replace existing low water crossing at Whilewater River. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 3 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 3 to 4 lanes Construct 41ane arterial connector Construct/extend 4 lane arterial connector Construct/extend 4 lane arterial connector Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 Lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes, including 2 bridges over San Jacinto Rier and interchange at 1-215 Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 2 lane arterial and 2 lane grade separation over BNSF RR (Keep grade separation in arterial section) Construct 4 lane arterial Construct 4 lane arterial Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4lanes Construct 4lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 2 lanes Construct 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Construct 4lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes, including bridge over 1-215. Construct 4lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes, including bridge over Perris Valley Slorn Drain. Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4lanes Construct 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Intersection improvements at Country Club Drive and Bob Hope Dr. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Intersection Improvements at Frank Sinatra Dr. and Bob Hope Dr. Replace a 4 lane at grade low-water crossing with a new 4 lane bridge Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES AT UPRR TRACKS AND SR111 GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES AT UPRR GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES OVER UPRR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 2 LANES OVER UPRR TRACKS WIDEN RECHE VISTA DR 2 TO 4 LNS (HEACOCK ST/PERRIS BLVD-RECHE CYN RD); WIDEN RECHE CYN RD 2 TO 4 LNS (RECHE VISTA- BARTON/HUNTS) PLUS REALIGN, SIGNALS, MEDIANS (PARED). WIDEN RECHE VISTA DR 2 TO 4 LNS (HEACOCK ST/PERRIS BLVD-RECHE CYN RD); WIDEN RECHE CYN RD 2 TO 4 LNS (RECHE VISTA- BARTON/HUNTS) PLUS REALIGN, SIGNALS, MEDIANS (PARED). Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes, including widening of bridge over Santa Ana River. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes including grade separation over UPRR Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 6lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Page 4 of 9 SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS AS OF 7/9/14 PER SCAG PROPOSED iPROPOSED PROPOSED !PROPOSED PROPOSEL RTP ID _ I Lead A. enc System IRoute Name/Protect idle Description asz 3A07178 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 3sa 3A07185 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway ass 3A07184 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway _c 3A07186 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 341 3A07193 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 3.1. 3A07190 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 345 3A07188 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway ,Ls 3A07187 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 24% 3A07194 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 344 3A07192 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 34r 3A07191 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 346 3A07189 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway San 3A07196 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 3_ 3A07195 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 3si 3A01 WT127 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 3 i 3A01 WT128 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 3s� 3A07197 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway 3A04WT131 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway ass 3A04WT132 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway jsr 3A04WT130 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway as1 3A04WT129 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway asp 3A01 WT136 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway AVE 56 / AIRPORT BLVD AVE 58 AVE 58 AVE 62 AVE 62 AVE 62 AVE 62 AVE 62 AVE 62 AVE 62 AVE 62 AVE 62 AVE 66 AVE 66 Bellgrave Ave Benton Rd BOB HOPE DR Briggs Rd Briggs Rd Briggs Rd Briggs Rd Butterfield Stage Rd+ Pourroy Rd Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 0 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 0 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widening of the south bound lane from 2 to 3lanes. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 41ane arterial Construct 41ane arterial Construct 41ane arterial Construct 41ane arterial asg 3A04WT140 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Cantu-Galleano Ranch Rd (aka Galena St&amp Construct 41ane arterial 3. 3A04WT141 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Center St Construct 4lane arterial 361 3A07199 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway CHASE SCHOOL RD Widen from 0 to 4 lanes 36; 3A04WT144 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Cherry Valley Blvd Widen from 2 to 4 lanes 3. 3A04WT145 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Cherry Valley Blvd Construct 41ane arterial 364 3A04WT146 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Clinton Keith Rd Construct 61ane arterial 3. 3A04WT147 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Cloverdale Rd Widen from 2 to 4lanes 366 3A07212 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway DILLON RD Widen from 2 to 4lanes 3s/ 3A07205 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway DILLON RD Widen from 2 to 4lanes, including a new bridge at Mission Cr. ass 3A07204 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway DILLON RD Widen from 2 to 6lanes 364 3A07206 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway DILLON RD Widen from 4 to 6lanes Widen from 2 to 4lanes, including intersection improvements at Dillon & Palm asc 3A07207 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway DILLON RD Dr (traffic signal improvements). js1 3A07213 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway DILLON RD Widen from 2 to 4lanes 37; 3A04WT148 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Domenigoni Pkwy Widen from 4 to 6lanes 3n 3A04WT149 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway El Cerrito Rd Widen from 2 to 4lanes 374 3A04WT150 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Ellis Ave Widen from 2 to 4lanes t. 3A01 WT151 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Elhanac Rd Construct 4 lane arterial Widen from 2 to 3 lanes on the north side of Fred Waring Drive from Adams St 3n 3A07217 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway FRED WARING DR to Dune Palms Rd. 7.2 3A07218 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway FRED WARING DR Widen north side of Fred Waring Drive from 2 to 3 lanes 3.2 3A07063 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway FRED WARING DR Widen from 4 to 6 lanes 3A01 WT192 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Gilman Springs Widen from 2 to 4 lanes 3A01 WT154 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Gilman Springs Rd Widen from 2 to 4 lanes ^I 3A01 WT159 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Hamner Ave Widen from 2 to 6 lanes, including bridge over Santa Ana River aer 3A01 WT158 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Hamner Ave Widen from 2 to 6 lanes jai 3A04WT160 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Harley John Rd Widen from 2 to 4 lanes ago 3A04WT161 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Horsethief Canyon Rd Widen from 2 to 4lanes ass 3A07220 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway INDIAN AVE Widen from 2 to 6lanes as 3A07223 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway INDIAN AVE Widen from 2 to 4lanes 3...L 3A07222 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway INDIAN AVE Widen from 2 to 4lanes 388 3A07219 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway INDIAN AVE Widen from 2 to 6lanes 3a9 3A07221 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway INDIAN AVE Widen from 2 to 6lanes 39C 3A04WT162 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Indian Truck Trail Widen from 2 to 4 lanes s91 3A07224 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway JACKSON ST Widen from 2 to 4lanes _z 3A01 WT163 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Limonite Ave Widen from 2 to 4 lanes 39 3A01 WT164 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Limonite Ave Widen from 4 to 6 lanes 394 3A07016 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Limonite Ave Widen EB lane from 1 lane to 2 lanes. 3120002 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Limonite Ave. Widening of Limonite Ave from 4 to 6 lanes ash 3A07225 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway MADISON ST Construct new 4-lane Road 39z 3A04WT165 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Market St Widen from 2 to 4 lanes incl. bridge over Santa Ana River Construct 21ane arterial incl. grade separation over BNSF RR (Grade sep a9a 3A04WT168 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway McCall Blvd portion is not part of grade sep list and should remain here) Construct 2 lane arterial incl. grade separation over BNSF RR - grade sap 399 3A04WT169 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway McCall Blvd portion is not part of grade sep list and should remain in the arterial section. 400 3A07226 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway MISSION LAKES BLVD Widen from 2 to 6lanes 40 3A07227 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway MISSION LAKES BLVD Widen from 2 to 6lanes _z 3A07228 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway MONTEREY AVE Widen from 2 to 6lanes _3 3A07231 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway MOUNTAIN VIEW Widen from 2 to 6lanes ao 3A07230 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway MOUNTAIN VIEW Widen from 2 to 4lanes 40 3A07232 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway MOUNTAIN VIEW Widen from 2 to 4lanes 3A01WT173 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Murriela Hot Springs Rd Construct 41ane arterial 4o3A04WT179 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Nuevo Rd Widen from 2 to 4lanes 408 3A04A34 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Philadelphia Ave Widen from 1 EB existing to 2lanes 409 3A04A33 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Philadelphia Ave Widen from 1 EB existing to 2lanes asc 3A07234 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway PIERSON BLVD Widen from 2 to 6lanes 4u 3A07233 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway PIERSON BLVD Widen from 2 to 6lanes 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 4sz 3A04WT139 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Pigeon Pass Rd. Corridor MEDIANS (THIS IS AN AC CONVERSION PROJECT) (PA&ED ONLY). 4sa 3A07235 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway RAMON RD Widen from 4 to 6lanes L 3A07238 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway RAMON RD Widen from 2 to 4lanes L 3A01 WT183 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Ramona Expwy Widen from 2 to 6 lanes ass 3A01 WT182 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Ramona Expwy Widen from 4 to 6 lanes 41) 3A04WT184 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Reche Canyon Rd Widen from 2 to 4lanes M. 3A04A35 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Riverside Dr Widen from 2 to 4lanes 419 3A04A36 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Local Highway Riverside Dr at Day Creek Widen bridge from 2 to 4 lanes Page 5 of 9 SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS AS OF 779/14 PEA sCAG 4�a 4�1 422 423 424 4�5 4l6 4�6 429 430 431 432 433 434 935 436 437 438 439 Ono a41 442 q43 444 �s 44s 44] 44s 449 45C gn 4sz 953 4sa 955 ass 4s] 4ss 4s9 460 q61 462 IU 464 465 4s6 46] ass 469 9]C 9]1 4n 423 4]a 475 4]6 22 4]s 4]9 48C aa1 4az 483 484 4as 4a6 4e] 488 489 4x 491 492 493 494 495 496 99] 498 PROPOSED (PROPOSED iPROPOSED RTP ID Lead A. ency •System 3A01WT185 3A04WT188 3A04WT187 3A07014 3A04WT186 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV010205C RIVERSIDE COUNTY 3A04WT191 RIVERSIDE COUNTY 3A04WT190 3A01WT196 3A04WT197 3A04WT198 3A07240 3A01WT199 3A07007 3A07241 3A07242 3A07243 3A07244 3A07251 3A07250 3A07249 3A07252 3A04WT202 3A07253 3A04WT203 3EL04 31TS08 3RL04 3G01G31 3G01G01 3G01G23 3G01G05 3G01G24 3G01G07 3G01G22 3A01 WT112 3A07107 3A01 WT114 3A04WT115 3A04WT117 3A04WT118 3A07315 3A04WT120 3A04WT121 3A07287 3A07288 3A04WT208 3A07289 3A07291 3A07292 3A01 WT210 3A07295 3A07294 3A07296 3A01 WT213 3A01 WT214 3A01WT215 3A07129 3A01 WT221 3A01 WT222A 3A04A25 3A01 WT217 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO SAN JACINTO TEMECULA TEMECULA TEMECULA TEMECULA TEMECULA 3120001 TEMECULA 3A01WT218 TEMECULA 3AL104 3AL204 3AL304 3GL04 3NL04 3A04WT198B 3A04WT126 3A01WT133 3A01 WT134 3A04WT142 3A04WT143 3A01 WT071 3A04WT157 3A01WT180 VARIOUS AGENCIES VARIOUS AGENCIES VARIOUS AGENCIES VARIOUS AGENCIES VARIOUS AGENCIES VARIOUS AGENCIES WILDOMAR WILDOMAR WILDOMAR WILDOMAR WILDOMAR WILDOMAR WILDOMAR WILDOMAR 3A04WT007 BANNING Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway PROPOSED Route NamelProject Title Sanderson Ave (SR-79) Schleisman Rd Schleisman Rd Schleisman Rd Schleisman Rd Scott Rd SR-74 SR-74 (Elhanac) SR-79 (Eastern Bypass) Temescal Canyon Rd Temescal Canyon Rd TWO BUNCH PALMS TR Van Buren Blvd Van Buren Blvd VAN BUREN ST VAN BUREN ST VAN BUREN ST VAN BUREN ST VARNER RD VARNER RD VARNER RD VARNER RD Washington St WASHINGTON ST Wood Rd Local Highway Economic Development Local Highway ITS Local Highway Rideshare Local Highway PIERCE ST Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway Local Highway State Highway 3RD STREET ADAMS ST CHICAGO AV MADISON ST SPRUCE ST (BNSF) TYLER ST Arlington Ave Canyon Crest Dr Central Ave Iowa Ave Overlook Pkwy Tyler St VAN BUREN BLVD Washington St Wood Rd Cawston Ave Cottonwood Ave Esplanade Ave Hewitt St Palm Ave Palm Ave Ramona Expwy Seventh St Seventh St Soboba Rd SR79 - San Jacinto Ave. State St Warren Rd Diaz Road French Valley (Western Bypass) French Valley (Western Bypass) Main St Rancho California Rd Rancho Way SR-79 South (Temecula Pkwy) Arterial Improvements Arterial Improvements Arterial Improvements GRADE SEPARATION Non -motorized Temescal Canyon Rd Baxter Rd Bundy Canyon Rd Bundy Canyon Rd Central St Central St Clinton Keith Rd Grand Ave Palomar St 1-10 (PM 11.1 to 11.6) I PROPOSED Descri lion Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4lane arterial Construct 4 lane arterial Widen from 2 to 4 lanes IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY NEAR MURRIETA RECONSTRUCT AND WIDEN SCOTT ROAD FROM 2 TO 6 LANES BETWEEN EL CENTRO AND SR79 (W INCHESTER RD) Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes (Matthews to Briggs). Widden from 4 to 6 lanes(Briggs to SR-79). Construct 41ane arterial Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 0 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen the east side of Van Buren from 2 to 3 lanes. Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 3 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Infrastructure and facility improvements incentives ITS Inland Empire Lump Sum (Grade Crossing Improvements, IE 511, Regional Mobility Manager, etc.) RCTC Commuter Assistance Program: rideshare and other incentive programs, TDM (telecommute, park and ride, etc.) GRADE SEPARATION - 3 LANES OVER BNSF RR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 4 LANES UNDER BNSF AND UPRR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 4 LANES OVER BNSF RR GRADE SEPARATION - 4 LANES OVER BNSF RR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 4 LANES UNDER BNSF RR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 4 LANES OVER BNSF RR TRACKS GRADE SEPARATION - 4 LANES OVER BNSF RR TRACKS Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 4 to 6lanes btwn SR-91 and Magnolia Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Construct new 4lane arterial Widen from 2 to 4 lanes WIDEN FROM 4 TO 6 LANES Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widening from 4 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Construct 4 lane arterial Construct 0 to 6 lane arterial Construct 0 to 4 lane arterial Construct 2 lane bridge across Murrieta Creek Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Construct Rancho Way - 4 lane local arterial from Diaz Rd. to Margarita Rd. Widen from 6 to 8 lanes EASTERN COUNTY WIDEN/RECONSTRUCT/REHABILITATE REGIONAL ARTERIALS WIDEN/CONSTRUCT REGIONAL ARTERIALS WESTERN COUNTY WIDEN/REHABILITATE ARTERIAL IMPROVEMENT GRADE SEPARATION IMPROVEMENTS Various pedestrian and bikeway non -motorized improvement projects Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 6 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes Widen from 2 to 4 lanes . Reconstruct/widen IC ramps, add lum lanes to EB ramps, and add WB aux lane . on 1-10 from 22nd St to Sunset Ave Page 6 of 9 SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS PS OE 7/1/14 PER ,AG 499 51 so. 501 504 50_ 93E 50/ 53r 511 51 51- 51e s1� s1 s1, 512 515 szc 511 s3� s3s 53E sr sx s3� s3C 531 53- 531 53r s3� �E s3; s35 5nc �z �3 �4 s4s 546 51 54Y PROPOSED PROPOSED RTP ID Lead A.ency 3M04WT002 BANNING 3M04WT001 BEAUMONT 3M04WT004 BEAUMONT 3A04WT003 BEAUMONT 3M04SH05 3M04WT003 3M0705 31TS07 3M01SH06 3M0702 3M0722 3M0715 3M01CV03 3M0716 3A04A30 3M0737 3M0734 3A04A17 3A04A16 3M0735 3M0736 3A04A27 3M0719 CALIMESA CALIMESA CALMESA CALTRANS CALTRANS CALTRANS CATHEDERAL CITY COACHELLA COACHELLA COACHELLA EASTVALE LAKE ELSINORE LAKE ELSINORE LAKE ELSINORE LAKE ELSINORE LAKE ELSINORE LAKE ELSINORE MENIFEE MENIFEE 3M04WT017 MORENO VALLEY 3M0713 RIV071241 3M04WT007 3M0733 3M04WT005 3M0731 MORENO VALLEY MORENO VALLEY NORCO NORCO NORCO PERRIS 3M04WT014 PERRIS 3M0725 PERRIS 3M0708 3A04WT059 3A04A26 3M0729 PERRIS PERRIS RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIVERSIDE COUNTY 3M0728 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV050532 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV050532 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV050532 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV050532 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV050532 RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV050532 RIVERSIDE COUNTY PROPOSED System PROPOSED Route Name/Pro ect Title State Highway 1-10 (PM12.35 to 13.35) State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway 1-10 (PM 7.07 to 8.07) 1-10 (PM 7.71 to 8.71) 1-10 (PM 8.81 to 9.81) 1-10 1-10 (PM 0.0 to 2.8) 1-10 (PM SBD 38.66 to RIV 0.52) ITS 1-10 State Highway 1-15 State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway I - 1 0 1-10 (PM 58.39 to 59.39) SR-86S (PM 17.81 to 18.81) SR86S (PM 21.02 to 22.9) SR-60 (PM SBD 9.46 to 10.46) 1-15 1-15 1-15 1-15 1-15 (PM 17.01 to 18.01) 1-15 (PM 23.35 to 24.35) 1-215 (PM 15.95 to 16.95) 1-215 (PM 20.34 to 21.34) State Highway SR-60 (PM 14.84 to 15.84) State Highway SR-60 (PM 15.85 to 16.85) State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway SR-60 1-15 (PM 42.37 to 43.37) 1-15 (PM 43.13 to 44.13) 1-15 (PM 45.1 to 46.1) 1-215 (PM 24.7 to 26.1) 1-215 (PM 27.38 to 28.38) 1-215 (PM 29.5 - 30.0) State Highway 1-215 (PM 30.9) State Highway State Highway State Highway 1-215 (PM 31.83 to 32.83) 1-15 1-15 (28.36 to 29.36) State Highway 1-15 (PM 32.60 to 33.60) State Highway Schlelsman Rd State Highway Schleisman Rd State Highway Schlelsman Rd Slate Highway Schleisman Rd State Highway Schleisman Rd Slate Highway Schleisman Rd RIV050532 RIVERSIDE COUNTY State Highway 3M01 WT020 RIVERSIDE COUNTY State Highway 3A04A29 RIVERSIDE COUNTY State Highway 3A04SH 12 RIVERSIDE COUNTY State Highway 3M0724 RIVERSIDE COUNTY State Highway R1V050531 RIVERSIDE COUNTY State Highway RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION _3C01MA01 COMMISSION(RCTC) Schleisman Rd SR-60 (PM 2.63 to 3.53) SR-60 (PM 9.06 to 10.06) SR-79 1-215 (PM 35.92 to 36.92) 1-15 Stale Highway CETAP EAST -WEST CORRIDOR PROPOSED Descri.tion Reconstruct/widen 8th St IC UC 2 to 4 lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps Reconstruct/widen SR-79/Beaumont Ave IC from 4 to 6 lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps Reconstruct Pennsylvania Ave IC and reconstruct/widen ramps Reconstruct/widen Highland Springs Ave IC from 4 to 6 lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps Replace Bridge, Ramps, Construct Auxiliary Lanes, and Realign Calimesa Rd (EA 0A710K) Reconstruct IC and reconstruct/widen ramps Reconstruct/widen IC from 2 to 4 lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps ITS Caftans D8 Lump Sum Add 1 MF lane each direction (EA 0A030K) Also SBD-15-0.0/2.39 Route 60 to 1.10 Add & extend aux lanes (EA: 0C350) Construct new 6-lane mixed flow, partial cloverieaf IC with auxiliary lanes and 4 two lane ramps plus 6 lane grade separation bridge over UPRR between Palm Dr IC and Date Palm Drive IC Reconstruct/widen IC ramps Construct 4 lane bridge/Interchange and ramps across SR-86S Reconstruct/widen IC from 2 to 4 lanes and reconstructwiden ramps Reconstruct/widen IC, ramps, and channelization Improvements Reconstruct/widen IC from 2 to 6 lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps Construct new 4 lane OC over 1-15 Construct new 4 lane OC over 1.15 Construct new 4 lane arterial connecting overcross over 1.15 Construct new 4 lane IC and ramps Reconstruct/widen IC from 2 to 6 lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps Construct new 4 lane (2 Ins eac dir) and ramps Reconstruct/Widen IC from 4 to 6 lanes and reconstruct ramps Widen/reconstruct Heacock IC, ramps, and channelization Improvements. No additional lanes planned. I Reconstruct/widen arterial from 4 to 6 lanes and reconstmctAviden ramps (no additional lanes planned) n Moreno Valley on Graham St: Construct 4 through lane OC (2 lanes each dir) over SR60 between Sunnymead Blvd and Hemlock Ave, add signals at Hemlock, left-tum pocket lanes at both Intersections, and add pedestrian sidewalk (Approx 1/4 miles) on OC both sides Reconstruct interchange/ramps/channelization improvements 1 ReconstrucVwiden IC from 2 to 4 Lanes and widen ramps Reconstruct interchange/ramps/channelization improvements Construct new 2 lane IC and ramps (1 lane) Reconstruct interchange, add channelization lanes on ramps, modify balm signals Construct new 6 lane IC and ramps at Placentia OC Reconstruct/widen from 4 to 8 lanes, widen SB and NB exit ramps at 1- 1215/Ramona Expwy IC and OC, construct dual left -turn lanes at the exit ramps temini 'Reconstruct and Widen Harley Knox Blvd OC from 2 to 4 Lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps Add signals and ramps. 0.1 mi. Reconstruct/Widen IC from 2 to 4 lanes and reconstruct ramps Reconstruct/Widen Temescal Canyon IC from 2 to 4 lanes and reconstruct ramps 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: 0E140K) 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: 0E140K) 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: 0E140K) ION 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: 0E140K) I 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: 0E140K) 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: 0E140K) ON 1-15 NEAR THE CITY OF NORCO - CONSTRUCT NEW SCHLEISMAN RD IC (6 THROUGH LANES) AND RAMPS (2 LANES) AND NB/S8 AUX LANE BETWEEN SCHLEISMAN RD IC AND LIMONITE RD IC (EA: 0E140K) Reconstruct Interchange/ramps Reconstruct/widen IC, ramps and channelization Improvements Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Widen/reconstruct IC from 4 to 6 lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps On 1-15 s/o Temecula - Construct new Eastem Bypass/1.15 IC (4 lanes) & ramps (1 lane) and 4 lane (2 Ins each dir) easterly connecting road (approx 2 miles) CETAP: PROVIDE NEW EAST -WEST TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR BETWEEN 1.15 IN THE WEST, 1-215 IN THE EAST, SOUTH OF LAKE MATHEWS IN THE NORTH, AND SR 74 IN THE SOUTH. Pay. of SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS A5 OF 7/2/14 PER cr. �9 550 ski ss1 s_s 563 564 s� svc 561 she �4 s�o m sue+ sz _n sue. 584 PROPOSED PROPOSED RTP ID Lead A- enc RIVERSIDE 31TS0717 3TK04MA12 3M04MA05 3M01MA09 RIV071250B 3M04WT012 3M04WT011 3M04WT018 3M01 WT024 3M01 WT026 3M01 WT022 3M01 WT023 3M0721 3M0727 RIV051007 3CR104 3TL1707 3CR0702 3CR0703 3CR0701 3120015 3TR04A, 3TR04B 3TL1507 3TL1607 3TL807 3TC04TR1 3TC04TR8 3TC04TR10 3TC04TR6 3TL307 3TC0702 3120035 3120028 3120030 3120032 3120033 COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, CITY OF TEMECULA WILDOMAR RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT [AGENCY PROPOSED PROPOSED S stem Route Name/Pro'ect Title State Highway Freeway Service Patrol State Highway 1-10 State Highway I-10/SR-60 Jct/SpI@ State Highway SR-71 State Highway SR-91 State Highway 1-215 (PM 43.40 to 44.40) State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway State Highway Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit 1-215 (PM 44.51 to 45.51) SR-60 (PM 11.23 to 12.23) SR-91 (PM 10.6 to 11.6) SR-91 (PM 12.9 to 13.1) SR-91 (PM 15.50 to 15.70) SR-91 (PM 16.15 to 17.15) 1-15 (PM 4.48 to 5.48) 1-15 (PM 15.8 to 16.8) REGIONAL TRNASIT CENTER Metrolink Commuter Rail Metrolink Commuter Rall PERRIS VALLEY LINE PERRIS VALLEY LINE Riverside line, 91 line, &amp; IEOC line Bus Rapid Transit Infrastructure Enhanced Commuter Link - East Corridor Enhanced Commuter Link- West Corridor ATIS Maintenance Transit Center Transit Center Transit Center Transit Center Transit Center Maintenance Transit enhancements Central Spine Service Heavy Duty Bus Expansion Heavy Duty Buses 1-15 Regional Flyer I-215/SR74 Regional Flyer - Route 212 Expanded (PROPOSED Descri. tion Freeway Service Patrol from Orange County Line to Riverside County. ON I.10 NEAR BEAUMONT: ADD/CONSTRUCT NEW EASTBOUND TRUCK CLIMBING LANE FROM SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY LINE TO 1-10/SR60 JCT (EA: 35300) Construct new Interchange Widen to 3 MF lanes each direction On SR-91/1-15: SR91-Add 1MFL ea dir(SR241-SR71)(115-Plerce); 115-Add TEL med dir connct SB15 to WB91 & EB91 to NB15, 1 TEL ea dir Hidden Valley SR91 dir connct and Ontario IC to Cajaclo IC. Reconstruct Interchange/ramps Reconstruct Interchange/ramps Reconstruct/widen IC and reconstruct/widen ramps, channelization Improvements Reconstruct/widen IC UC from 4 to 6 lanes and reconstruct/widen ramps Reconstruct/widen IC and reconstruct/widen ramps Reconstruct/widen IC and reconstruct/widen ramps Reconstruct/widen IC and reconstruct/widen ramps Reconfigure 4 to 6 lane IC and ramps at 1-15 and Rancho California. Type of lanes for arterial widening will be through lanes. Reconstruct/widen Bundy Canyon Rd IC from 2 to 4 lanes and reconstruct ramps IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - NEAR MORENO VALLEY - REGIONAL TRANSIT CENTER FOR MASS TRANSIT SERVICE IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY SOUTH OF SR60 ALONG THE 1-215 CORRIDOR. Metrolink Improvementsgrack and rolling stock) Metrolink Construct New Station At 3360 Van Buren Blvd In Riverside (Parking 550 Spaces) METROLINK PERRIS VALLEY LINE COMMUTER RAIL EXTENSION FROM PERRIS TO SAN JACINTO (-16.5 MILES), STATIONS AT WINCHESTER RD (SR-79 @ ASBURY ST), HEMET AIRPORT (SANDERSON AVE STETSON RD), SAN JACINTO (STATE ST 7TH ST) METROLINK PERRIS VALLEY LINE COMMUTER RAIL EXTENSION FROM PERRIS TO TEMECULA (-16.5 MILES), STATIONS AT NEWPORT RD (6 I- 215), CLINTON KEITH RD (a 1-215), AND WINCHESTER RD (SR-79 ® I.215) METROLINK COMMUTER RAIL EXISTING LINES SERVICES EXPANSION - RIVERSIDE, 91, AND IEOC LINES Perk-N-Ride Facility In the vicinity of Grand Ave and SR74 Infrastructure to support the operation of BRT, Including facility planning and engineering and retrofit of approximately 65 intersections for signal priority for transit and automated travel information at multiple bus stops. Proposed commuter link service at the eastem side of 1-215 corridor to San Dlego and neighboring counties of Orange and Los Angeles through Metrolink service connections. The residents of Calimesa, Beaumont, Banning , Hemet/San Jacinto will be able to go to neighboring northern and eastern countles with the comfort and convenience of an express bus service. Proposed commuter link service at the western side of 1-15 corridor to San Diego and neighboring counties of Orange and Los Angeles through Metrolink connections. A proposed expansion an Improvement of the existing commuter 'service from Murrieta/Temecula Including the Cities of Perris, Moreno Valley, : Norco, and Corona. 'System maintenance Regional transit center for mass transit service in western Riverside County in ;the vicinity of 1.10 and 1-60 junction. Regional transit center for bus service In the northwest area of Riverside county. 'Regional transh center for mass transit service in central western Riverside County along 1.15 corridor. Reglonal transit center for mass transit service In central western riverside county along 1-215 corridor. Maintenance of nine transit centers Transit center enhancements for landscaping, streetscapes, and transit stop amenities. Equipment for commtuer transit service with stops located a mile or more apart. Equip. for transit svc expansion as population and urban development grows throughout the RTA svc are. Equipment for transit service sustainabilhy throughout the RTA svc area w/operation levels from 10 min. to 60 min. headways. Equip. for commuter transit svc w/stops located a mile or more apart. Equip. for commuter transit svc w/stops located a mile or more apart. F.ge 8 of 9 SUMMARY LIST OF 2016 RTP PROJECTS AS nF 7/9/14 PER.`CAG Sja 515 �7 sas �9 592 V. 590 PROPOSED PROPOSED RTP ID I Lead A.enc 3120029 3120031 3120034 3120026 3120027 3TL504 3TL507 3TR04C 3TL1107 3TL104 3TL907 3TL707 3TL1207 3TC0703 3TL1007 3TL607 3TL1307 3TL0407 3TC04TR3 31TS09 RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY PROPOSED PROPOSED . S' stem transit Transit Transit Transit Transit SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Transit SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Transit Transit Transit Transit SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY VARIOUS AGENCIES Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Route Name/Pro-ect Title Non -Heavy Duty Bus Expansion Non -Heavy Duty Buses Regional Flyer Vehicle Fleet PROPOSED Descri . lion Equipment for transit svc expansion as population development grows throughout RTA service area . Equipment for transit svc sustainability throughout the RTA svc area with operation levels from 10-60 minute headways. Buses for express and rapid bus service expansion of RTA. SR60 Regional Flyer - Route 204/210 Expanded Equip. for commuter transit svc w/stops located a mile or more apart. Transit Center in the northeast area of the city of I Regional Transit center for bus service in the northeast area of the city of Riverside I Riverside Purchase additional buses for service Improvements, including service Bus Purchases realignment and service expansion. Bus Purchases Bus Rapid Transit Capitalized Preventative Maintenance Elderly &amp;amp; Disabled Assistance Express/Commuter Bus Service GFI fareboxes, Smartcards, &amp; Security Systems Miscellaneous Maintenance Equipment Park &amp;amp; Ride Lots Preventive Maintenance Purchase Amenities Support Vehicles Transfer Location Improvement Transit Center ITS Purchase additional replacement buses for fixed route and paratransit services. The additional vehicles will consist of 60ft, 45ft, 40ft, 32 ft, and 30ft buses. Implement Bus Rapid Service/BRT on Highway 111 based on recommendations In the Comprehensive Operational Analysis conducted In 2005/06. Project will entail completing feasibility study and working with the local jurisdiction on various activities prior to implementing project. Equipment for continued facility maintenance, repair and replacement. Improve paratransit services for the Elderty &amp;amp; Persons with Disabilities Implement express bus service to connect commuters to Melrolink Service in Riverside, as well as express bus service along 1-10. SunLine will purchase different size buses, including 45ft (MCI buses) for commuter service. Install security systems In SunLine buses and acquire new fireboxes with smartcard technology and capabilities. Purchase various maintenance equipment for the Maintenance Department. Acquire property and construct 3 Park and Ride Lots 'Purchase vehicle parts and pay for labor cost associated with ongoing maintenance of revenue vehicles Purchase more amenities for installation at bus stops throughout the service area based on recommendations from the COA. Purchase vehicles that will be used as relief vehicles for SunLine drivers at the beginning or ending of their shifts in mid -route. Facility Improvement to accommodate additional service routes based on recommendation from Comprehensive Operational analysis I Construct 4 Transit Centers in the Coachella Valley, locations TBD Fully Integrated transit ops, management, and traveler information system/BRT/Bus Signal Prtodty and urban Page 9 of 9 RTP PROJECT DATA FIELD DESCRIPTIONS Lead Agency: City, County, or Agency System: Local Highway, State Highway, or Transit RTP ID: Supplied by SCAG Modeled: Supplied by SCAG Route #: This should be a number, e.g. 10, 215, etc. Use 0 for non -highway projects. Project Title/Route Name: Provide short project title/route name. Project/Route Description: 1-10, SR-60, Street Name, intersections, etc. From/To: Limits of project (include Post Miles for highway projects) Additional Modeling Details: Include details of all modeled elements (See attached table from 2015 FTIP Guidelines http://ftip.scag.ca.gov/Documents/Fina12015FTIPGuidelines.pdf pp. 44-48 for required details) RTP Category (may select more than one): o Goods Movement o Grade Separation o Arterial o Arterial Capacity Enhancements o Arterial Operational Improvements o Arterial Widening o Highway o Auxiliary o Highway Operational Improvement o HOT/Express/Managed Lanes o HOV o IC/Ramps o Mixed Flow o Operations & Maintenance (0&M) o Other Non -expansion o SHOPP o Toll o Truck Climbing Lanes o Truck Lanes o HSRT — Freight Source (may select more than one): o Major Investment Study/Corridor Study o Project Initiation Document (PID) o Project Study Report (PSR) o Railroad Capacity o Truck Toll Lanes o Transit o BRT o Bus o Commuter Rail o Heavy Rail o High -Speed Regional Transport (HSRT) o Light Rail o Transit Operations & Maintenance (O&M) o Transit Rehabilitation & Replacement o Other Transit, please specify o ITS o TDM o Rideshare o Park-n-Ride o Telecommute o Non -motorized o Countywide Plan o Sales Tax Plan o Congestion Mitigation Plan o Short Range Transit Plan o Other Plan or Study, please specify o Local General Plan Air Basin: Supplied by SCAG Current Project Phase: For new projects, it will either be No Project Activity, Project Initiation Document (PID), and/or PA&ED. Existing projects already in the 2015 FTIP can be removed from the RTP, provided all project phases are included in the FTIP. If the project is to be implemented in segments, with different completion years, please make sure the future segments are included in the RTP. Start Year: Date project activities will begin Completion Year: Open to traffic year Note: The completion date is what determines which model year the project will be in. There are various model years based on air basin and attainment years — please refer to attached exhibit labeled Air Basins Attainment/Model Years. Cost Basis Year: The year that the project estimate is based on, e.g. year of construction (expenditure year). This should be an actual year (2007, 2011, 2023, etc.) Total Eng/ROW/Con Cost: Provide cost estimate in $1000s Fund Source: Federal, State, Local, or Combined Other Fund Type: Be as specific as possible about the source of funds (Dev Fee, CMAQ, Sales Tax, Gas Tax, Bond, etc.) See 2015 FTIP Guidelines pp. 111-120 for additional fund types and descriptions. Federal Source Types National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) Surface Transportation Program (STP) Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) Highway Bridge Program (HBP) Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Federal Lands & Tribal Transportation Programs Metropolitan Transportation Planning Transportation Alternatives Transportation Infrastructure Finance Innovation Program (TIFIA) Projects of National/Regional Significance Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Program (TCSP) Other discretionary FHWA (specify) FTA 5303 Metropolitan Transportation Planning Program FTA 5304 Statewide Transportation Planning Program FTA 5307 Urbanized Area Formula FTA 5309 New Starts FTA 5310 Elderly & Persons with Disabilities Formula FTA 5311 Non -Urbanized Area Formula FTA 5316 Job Access and Reverse Commute FTA 5317 New Freedom FTA 5337 State of Good Repair FTA 5339 Bus & Bus Facilities Other discretionary FTA (specify) State Source Types Highway Safety, Traffic, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 1B) Proposition 1A State Highway Operation and Protection Plan (SHOPP) Active Transportation Program (ATP) State Transportation Improvement Program — Interregional Improvement Program (STIP-IIP) State Transportation Improvement Program — Regional Improvement Program (STIP-RIP) State Transit Assistance Fund (STA) Other State Sources (specify) Local Source Types Gas Excise Tax Subventions (to Cities and Counties) Highway Tolls Local Agency Funds Local Option Sales Tax Measures Mitigation Fees Transit Farebox Revenue Transportation Development Act (TDA) — Local Transportation Fund (LTF) Other Local Funds Fund Amount: Amount anticipated from each source Fund Comments: Provide any assumptions or extra information Please include any project exhibits/maps and/or figures that are available, as these exhibits will facilitate the review and modeling of your projects by SCAG modeling team. FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES III. TRANSPORTATION AIR QUALITY CONFORMITY AND MODELING A. Transportation Air Quality Conformity Requirements October 2013 The Federal Clean Air Act (CAA) establishes air quality standards for various criteria pollutants. The federal requirements for air quality management are incorporated into the State Implementation Plans (SIPs) for those criteria pollutants stipulated in the CAA. State of California requirements for transportation are incorporated into Senate Bill 45 (SB 45) and other California codes. In compliance with the CAA requirements, the U.S Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Transportation Conformity Regulations establish regulatory provisions for processing transportation plans, programs, and projects in the federal non -attainment and maintenance areas under Title 23 U.S.C., the Federal Transit Act, and Section 176(c) of the 1990 CAA Amendment. The Transportation Conformity Regulations require transportation plans, programs, and projects to "conform" to the applicable SIPs and thus support attainment of federal air quality standards. Areas within the SCAG region are designated as non -attainment or maintenance for multiple criteria pollutants; the non -attainment areas have not attained federal health - based air quality standards. The Transportation Conformity Regulations stipulate that transportation plans, programs (including the 2015 FTIP), and projects cannot receive federal funds or federal approval unless they demonstrate conformity with the applicable SIPs, including meeting the emissions budgets included in each SIP. For guidance on projects that are exempt from conformity requirements or are not regionally significant, see Sections E, F, and G. The 2015 FTIP will complete the conformity process and analyses including findings in accordance with the criteria and procedures set in the Transportation Conformity Regulations and all related court rulings. The conformity determination is made by non-attainment/maintenance area and pollutant. There are five required tests for conformity determination of the 2015 FTIP: i. Consistency with the currently approved 2012-2035 RTP/SCS ii. Regional emissions analysis iii. Financial constraint iv. Timely implementation of TCMs v. Interagency consultation and public involvement B. Air Basins, Air Districts, and Non -attainment and Maintenance Areas in the SCAG Region There are four air basins, administered by five air districts, and sixteen non -attainment or maintenance areas within the SCAG region (see Maps starting on page 33). The four air basins and sixteen non -attainment and maintenance areas are as follows: 1 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS 30 FTIP FY 2014/15 - 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 i. The South Coast Air Basin (SCAB): The SCAB encompasses the urbanized portions of Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties as well as the entire County of Orange. ■ The entire basin is a non -attainment area for PM2,5 and a maintenance area for CO, NO2, and PM,o. ■ The entire basin excluding the Morongo and Pechanga ozone non -attainment areas is a non -attainment area for 8-hour Ozone. ■ Morongo is a non -attainment area for 8-hour Ozone. ■ Pechanga is a non -attainment area for 8-hour Ozone ii. The Ventura County portion of the South Central Coast Air Basin (SCCAB): ■ The entire county is a non -attainment area for 8-hour Ozone. iii. The Moiave Desert Air Basin (MDAB): The desert areas of the Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties constitute the SCAG portion of the MDAB. A small portion of the MDAB is in Kern County that is outside of the SCAG region. ■ Antelope Valley Portion of MDAB - The entire desert portion of Los Angeles County (known as Antelope Valley) is a non -attainment area for 8-hour Ozone. ■ San Bernardino County Portion of MDAB - With the exception of the northern and eastern parts of the County, the rest is a non -attainment area for 8-hour Ozone. Searles Valley (situated in the NW part of the County) is non -attainment for PM10. San Bernardino County (excluding the Searles Valley area) within the MDAB is a non -attainment area for PM10. iv. The Salton Sea Air Basin (SSAB): The SSAB consists of Imperial County and the central portion of Riverside County. ■ The Riverside County Portion of SSAB — The Coachella Valley area is a non - attainment area for 8-hour Ozone and a maintenance area for PM10. ■ The entire Imperial County is a non -attainment area for PM10 and a maintenance area for 8-hour Ozone. ■ The urbanized area of the Imperial County is a non -attainment area for PM2.5. The five air districts and the areas they administer are as follows: Air District Jurisdiction South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD). The SCAB, the Riverside County portion of the SSAB (Coachella Valley), and the Riverside County portion of the MDAB (excluding Palo Verde Valley). Ventura County Air Pollution Control District (VCAPCD). Ventura County portion of the SCCAB. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA s` ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS 31 FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 Air District Jurisdiction Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (MDAQMD). Portions of the MDAB situated in San Bernardino County and eastern Riverside County. The Riverside County portion is known as the Palo Verde Valley Area. Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (Antelope AQMD). Los Angeles County portion of the MDAB. Imperial County Air Pollution Control District (ICAPCD). Imperial County portion of the SSAB. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS 32 FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 Air Basins in the SCAG Region Ventura South Central Coast Air Basin x Mojave Desert Air Basin Salton Sea Air Basin 79j South Coast Air Basin South Central Coast Air Basin County Boundaries Source Calitoma Air Resources Boom ono Air Dish¢ts SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENT San Bernardino Mojave Desert Air Basin Riverside Salton Sea Air Basin 33 Imperial FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 C. Required Modeling for Transportation Conformity The Transportation Conformity Regulations establish the criteria and procedures necessary to meet the transportation conformity requirements set forth in CAA. MPOs do not have discretion relative to these criteria or procedures. Per the conformity regulations, projects must be from a conforming RTP/SCS. Conformity requires, in part: • Demonstration through transportation model -based emissions analyses that the RTP/SCS and TIP meet the motor vehicle emission budgets for each pollutant or pollutant precursor established in each SIP; • The emissions analysis of the transportation system include all regionally significant projects contained in the RTP/SCS and all other regionally significant highway and transit projects; • Modeled years include the base year, attainment year, RTP/SCS horizon year, and other years such that modeled years can be no more than ten years apart; • Perform interim conformity emission tests for those non -attainment and maintenance areas for which no motor vehicle emission budgets are set. In such a case, the conformity emissions analysis requires that emissions in all milestone years are less than baseline/nobuild emissions. Required modeling years' by air basin and nonattainment/maintenance area are as follows: Table B-1 South Central Coast Air Basin — Ventura County Portion Modeling Year 2014 2020 2021 2030 2035 NAAQS Ozone Ozone Ozone Ozone Ozone Table B-2.1 South Coast Air Basin Modeling Year 2014 2015 2017 2020 2023 2030 2032 2035 NAAQS Ozone2; PM2.5; PM10 CO; NO2 Ozone2 Ozone2; PM2.5; PM10i CO; NO2 Ozone2 Ozone2; PM2.5; PM10i CO; NO2 Ozone2 Ozone2; PMas; PM10; CO; NO2 ' Required modeling years are based on current AQMPs/SIPs. These years may change upon new AQMPs/SIPs. 2 Excludes the Morongo and Pechanga ozone non -attainment areas. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS 40 FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 C.,, -__, Table B-2.2 Morongo Ozone Non -attainment Area Modeling Year 2014 2021 2030 2035 NAAQS Ozone Ozone Ozone Ozone Table B-2.3 Pechanga Ozone Non -a nment Area Modeling Year 2018 2020 2030 2035 NAAQS Ozone Ozone Ozone Ozone Table B-3 Western Mojave Desert Air Basin — Antelope Valley Portion of Los Angeles County and San Bernardino County Portion of MDAB excluding Searles Valley Modeling Year 2014 2020 2027 2030 2035 NAAQS Ozone Ozone Ozone Ozone Ozone Table B-4 Mojaveesert Air Basin —San Bernardino County Portion Modeling Year 2014 2020 2030 2035 NAAQS PK° PK() PK° PM10 . Table B-5 Mojave Desert Air Basin — Searles Valley Portion Modeling Year 2014 2020 2030 2035 NAAQS PM10 PK° PK° PM10 Table B-6 Salton Sea Air Basin — Coachella Valley Portion Modeling Year 2014 2020 2027 2030 2035 NAAQS Ozone; PIA° Ozone; PK° Ozone Ozone; PK° Ozone; PK° �Tatrte"8-7 Salton Sea Air Basin — Imperial County Portidh- Modeling Year 2014 2015 2020 2030 2035 NAAQS Ozone; PM2.5; PM10 Ozone Ozone PM2.5; PK() Ozone; PM2.5; PK() Ozone; PM2.5; PK() )1104 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS 41 FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 SCAG also models the type of projects listed below to provide accurate VMT estimates utilized in the regional emissions analysis. This information is to be submitted to the SCAG Transportation Modeling Division with the same deadline as the submittals for the FTIP cycle. (a) Major Arterial (b) Bus Routes (Express and local) SCAG's Modeling Task Force and Transportation Conformity Working Group function as the forums responsible for interagency consultation to discuss which minor arterials and other projects, in addition to EPA's definition of regionally significant projects, shall be modeled. Table III -A: MODELING INFORMATION Project Category Program Code(s) Required Modeling Details Interchange CAx70 CAY70 CAX71 CAY71 CAXT7 CAYT7 1) Type of facility, length, beginning and end points of the project 2) Number of lanes in each direction 3) Posted speed limits 4) New freeway interchange should include a sketch diagram showing the overall scope 5) For project with HOV facilities, also include number of HOV lanes in each direction and location of access/egress 6) Truck only or truck prohibition 7) Project completion date Prol'ects - New interchanges. - Interchange reconstruction projects that add capacity. CARH3 CART3 CART3 CAYT3 1) Location, configuration, beginning and end points of the project and type of facility 2 Existing and proposed number of lanes in each ) g p p direction 3) Posted speed limits - Ramp widening and new ramps to existing interchanges. CAX71 CAY71 1) Existing ramp — existing and proposed number of lanes 2) New Ramp — Number of lanes 3) Posted speed limits Note: Entry ramp: If lane additions end at the gore point (no added lanes at the mainline) then no modeling is required. Exit ramp: If additional lanes are turn lanes and are within the ramp no modeling is required. - Extended Interchange (IC) Ramp Acceleration/Deceleration Lanes. NCRas 1) Length of extended IC Ramp Acc/Del Lanes, modeling required if 1/4 mile or greater ,/if SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA `'� ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS 44 FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 Project Category Program Code(s) Required Modeling Details - Interchange projects with auxiliary lanes. CAN21 CAN37 In addition to interchange project information (except extended IC ramp category): 1) Type of auxiliary lanes including locations of beginning and end points 2) Length and number of lanes 3) Posted speeds - Existing over/under-crossings that add new ramps to become interchanges. CAR75 CAR75 CAYTO CAxTO CAYTO Same as new interchange 1) Type of facility, length, beginning and end points of the project 2) Number of lanes in each direction 3) Posted speed limits 4) New freeway interchange should include a sketch diagram showing the overall scope 5) For project with HOV facilities, also include number of HOV lanes in each direction and location of access/egress 6) Truck only or truck prohibition 7) Project completion date Local Road & CAX66 CAN66 CAXT5 CAYT5 CANTS NCR77 1) Location and type of facility including length, beginning and end points of the project 2) Number of lanes in each direction 3) Divided, undivided, or continuous left turn lane 4) Signal optimization or turn prohibition 5) Roadside parking restriction 6) Posted speeds 7) Existing number of lanes 8) Reversible Lanes Arterial Projects - New local roads & arterials. - New local road & arterial connections CAN66 caxss CAYs6 CANT5 CAXT5 CAYT5 1) Location and type of facility including length, beginning and end points of the project 2) Number of lanes in each direction 3) Divided, undivided, or continuous left turn lane 4) Signal optimization or turn prohibition 5) Roadside parking restriction 6) Posted speeds 7) New local street should include a sketch diagram showing the overall scope - Local road & arterial improvements that add capacity Includes a p y( J, closures) CAN76 CAX76 CAY76 CAXs2 CAY62 CAR63 CAR63 CAY63 CART2 CART2 CAYT2 1) Project length, beginning and end points of the improvement 2 Existing and proposed number of lanes ) g p p 3) New capacity by signal optimization or parking restriction if no lane addition 4) Specify if facility type changes with changes in number of lanes 5) Upgrade road system to Parkway !44`••. I SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS 45 FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 Project Category Program Code(s) Required Modeling Details - Local road & arterial improvements that reduce capacity (Road Diet) CAX77 1) Project length, beginning and end points of the improvement 2) Existing and proposed number of lanes 3) New capacity by signal optimization or parking restriction if no lane addition 4) Specify if facility type changes with changes in number of lanes 5) Upgrade road system to Parkway 6) Number of lanes eliminated 7) Specify the use of the removed lanes - Extended Arterial Right- Turn Lanes CAR63 cnx62 CAY62 CAY63 1) Project length, beginning and end points of the improvement 2) Existing and proposed number of lanes Bridge & Grade CAX65 CAY65 CAXT4 CAYT4 CANT4 CAX72 CAY72 1) Location, length, posted speeds and number of lanes in each direction 2) Existing number of lanes and type of facility approaching or merging to the new bridge 3) Bridges/Grade Separation should include a sketch diagram showing the overall scope Separation Projects - New bridges (Over- cross or Under -cross). - Bridge reconstruction. projects that add capacity. CAN72 cax72 CAY72 caxrs CAYT8 CANT8 CAR75 CAX75 CAY75 1) Existing and proposed number of lanes in each direction 2) Change of facility type - Grade separation projects that add capacity to local p Y roads/highways. CAY75 CAR75 CAXTo CAYTO CARTO 1) Location, length, and facility type 2) Existing and proposed posted speeds and number of lanes in each direction 3) Change of facility type or capacity to the merging local roads or highways 4) Truck only or truck prohibition (Describe whether grade separation number of lanes matches or adds to number of lanes approaching the grade crossing on an existing road; existing grade crossing may be narrower than the rest of the existing road.) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS 46 FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 Project Category Program Code(s) Required Modeling Details State Highway CAX66 CAY66 CAN66 CAXT5 CAYT5 CANT5 CAX68 CAY68 caxs7 CAY67 CAN67 CAXT6 CAYT6 CANT6 CAN69 1) Type of facility, length, beginning and end points of the project 2) Number of lanes in each direction 3) Posted speed limits 4) A sketch diagram showing the alignment or configuration of the new highway project 5 project with HOV facilities, also include number of ) For 1 p HOV lanes in each direction and location of access/egress 6) Truck only or truck prohibition within urbanized area 7) Toll facility also include toll rate, toll collection location and method 8) Project completion date Proiects New highways. - New connections. CAX62 CAY62 CAY63 CAR63 CAX63 CAN69 1) Location and configuration of the new connection 2) Type of facility, number of lanes in each direction 3) Posted speed limits - Mainline improvements that add capacity (general purpose and HOV lanes). CAX62 CAY62 CAY63 CAY63 CAR63 CART2 CAXT2 CAYT2 1) Length, beginning and end points of the project 2) Number of lanes in each direction 3 ) Pdeed limits p Posted s 4) Existing number of lanes (Specify if it includes aux lanes) - Auxiliary lanes. CAN21 CAN37 Same as above 1) Length, beginning and end points of the project 2) Number of lanes in each direction 3) Posted speed limits 4) Specify the status of Auxiliary lanes, if any existing - New HOV lanes. CAx62 CAY62 1) Number of HOV lanes in each direction and location of access and egress points 2) Auto occupancy threshold and hours of operation 3) Posted speed limits Bus Transit BUo00 BUo01 BUN94 BUN93 1) Bus route and location of stops 2) Time and distance between stops 3) Headway, boarding fare and transfer fare 4) Park -and -ride facility and location, parking cost Pr acts (Fixed -route & inter - inter- city/commuter - New bus routes. - New bus service. BUo00 BUo02 BUN94 BUN93 Same as for new bus routes 1) Bus route and location of stops 2) Time and distance between stops 3) Headway, boarding fare and transfer fare 4) Park -and -ride facility and location, parking cost iJ SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS 47 FTIP FY 2014/15 — 2019/20 GUIDELINES October 2013 Project Category Program Code(s) Required Modeling Details - Vehicle/Service expansions. BU000 Buooi BUo02 BUN94 BUN93 Same as above 1) Bus route and location of stops 2 ) Tid dibs p me and between stops 3) Headway, boarding fare and transfer fare 4) Park -and -ride facility and location, parking cost - Construction of exclusive busways. BUN94 BUN93 PAN94 PAN93 1) Location, beginning and end points of the busway 2) Bus route and location of stops 3) Headway for peak and off-peak periods, boarding fare and transfer fare 4) Park -and -ride facility and location, parking cost Mass Transit TRNH6 1) Location of the new center 2) Type of service including passengers and trucks 3) Parking facility for passengers Facilities - New inter -modal transportation centers. - New Multi -modal passenger stations. TRNH6 1) Location of the new station 2) Rail, bus, and other transit services using the facility 3) New parking facility location and parking cost Park and Ride TDN64 1) Location of the new P&R facilities 2) Type of P&R Facility (Express Bus, Vanpool, Metrorail, etc.) 3) Capacity (# of Spaces) Facilities (P&R) - New Park &Ride facilities & - Expansion to Existing Park & Ride Traffic Signal ITs02 1) Route 2) Beginning and ending points 3) Number of signals along with signal location map/diagram Synchronization - New traffic signal synchronization (3 or more signals) Modeling Counties must provide modeling information for all modeled projects in the TIP Database in the modeling section of the protect input screen. The information provided in the TIP Database will be the only source of information that SCAG will use to model the 2015 FTIP. Thus, it is critical for all modeled projects to have the appropriate information in the modeling section. On page 49 is a view of the Modeling input fields and comment field for CTCs to add any additional modeling information. (Exhibit A) A sample of the modeling report can be generated from the TIP Database which will encompass all the modeling fields in the TIP Database. If existing modeled projects to the 2013 FTIP are carried over to the 2015 FTIP, any changes to the modeled fields need to be updated. CTCs are also required to submit a location map for each modeled project as discussed on the next page. A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS 48 AGENDA ITEM 9 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9. • • • DRAFT RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: August 25, 2014 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director THROUGH: John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director Active Transportation Program -Recommended Statewide Competitive SUBJECT: Program of Projects and Proposed Projects for the Metropolitan Planning Organization ATP Regional Program Cycle 1, FY 2014/15 and FY 2015/16 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) 2) 3) 4) Approve the staff recommendation for the Riverside County Active Transportation Program (ATP) projects for inclusion in the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) ATP Regional Program Cycle 1 consisting of the top seven highest scoring projects identified in Table 2 of this agenda item; Submit the seven projects to the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) for inclusion in the MPO ATP Regional Program and direct staff to work with SCAG and the Commission's Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) on adjusting the amount of the approved projects, if necessary, in order to be constrained within Riverside County's MPO ATP target for FY 2014/15 and FY 2015/16; Allow staff to assign the appropriate fund source to each MPO ATP Regional project in Riverside County for FTIP programming and fund allocation purposes; and Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: SB 99 created the ATP focusing state and federal funds toward projects that improve public health and reduce greenhouse gases. Project categories for these funds mainly include pedestrian and bike facilities or programs that enhance or encourage walking and bicycling. The first cycle of the ATP began with the release of a call for projects on March 20, 2014. The call for projects included three categories of funding: Funding Category Amount$ (OOO's) Statewide Competitive $ 184,050 Small Urban and Rural Competitive (10% set aside) $ 36,810 Large MPO Competitive (40% set aside) $147,240 Total Available ATP Funds -Cycle 1 $368,100 Agenda Item DRAFT Applications were due to the California Transportation Commission (CTC) and Caltrans by May 21, 2014. A total of 771 project applications valued at over $1 billion in funds were submitted to the CTC. Scoring of applications was managed by Caltrans and involved the participation of various agencies including, but not limited to, regional transportation planning agencies, MPOs, Caltrans, councils of governments, county public health departments, and advocacy and interest groups such as Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS), California Bicycle Coalition, and Rails to Trails. In total, Riverside County agencies submitted 34 projects requesting over $54 million of ATP funding through this first cycle of funding. CTC/Caltrans Statewide Competitive Funding Recommendations On August 8, 2014, the CTC released its draft project recommendations for the Statewide Competitive component, which is scheduled for approval on August 20, 2014. The draft recommendations include the following projects for Riverside County: Table 1: CTC/Caltrans Recommended Funding for Riverside County-Statewide Competition Agency Project ATP$ (OOO's) *DAC Score Riverside County City of Jurupa -SRTS 500 ,/ 94.7 Jurupa Valley Troth St -SRTS 627 ,/ 91.5 Riverside County City of Indio -SRTS 500 ,/ 90.3 Perris Murrieta Rd Ped. Imp. 1,100 ,/ 89.7 Jurupa Valley Pyrite St -SRTS 665 ,/ 89.0 Riverside Downtown Bike/Ped. Imp. 877 ,/ 88.0 CVAG CV-Link 10,900 ,/ 87.0 Perris PVSD Trail 1,202 ,/ 86.3 Indio A Jackson Elem. Ped. Imp. 2,581 ,/ 84.7 Moreno Valley Citywide -SRTS Ped. Imp. 1,640 ,/ 84.3 San Jacinto Safe & Active San Jae -SRTS 989 ,/ 82.0 Riverside County ATP City of Perris -SRTS 350 ,/ 79.7 Riverside Co Statewide $21,931 Total *DAC -Disadvantaged Community per CTC guidelines MPO Regional ATP Funding Recommendation Per the SCAG ATP agreement with the county transportation comm1ss1ons, projects not recommended for the Statewide Competitive pot would be considered for funding from the MPO Regional Competitive pot. The SCAG MPO share is approximately $74 million for infrastructure projects and $3.9 million for planning activities. The MPO ATP funds are distributed as follows: Agenda Item • • • • • • DRAFT County Funding (OOO's) Imperial $718 Los Angeles $40,411 Orange $12,389 Riverside $9,012 San Bernardino $8,376 Ventura $3,389 Total $74,295 At the April Commission meeting, staff presented SCAG's ATP guidelines that allow each county transportation commission to add 10 points to the CTC score for projects that are consistent with adopted local and regional plans, which the Commission approved. All Riverside County projects are consistent with, at a minimum, the SCAG adopted 2012 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy that identifies active transportation projects as a strategy in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, specifically bicycle and pedestrian improvement projects. Adding 10 points to Riverside County project scores to the projects not recommended for the statewide competitive program results in the following projects being recommended for the Riverside County share of the MPO ATP regional program: Table 2: MPO Riverside County ATP Funding Recommendations Agency Project CTC CTC ATP Funds Cumulative Score Score + ${000's) Total 10 pts Riverside Clark St Sidewalk & Intersection Safety 79.5 89.5 $ 721 $ 721 County Imp. Riverside Avenida Rambla Sidewalk Safety Imp. 79.3 89.3 $ 356 $1,077 County Riverside Grapefruit/4th Ped & Road Imp. 79.0 89.0 $2,330 $3,407 County Riverside lowa/MLK Blvd. Bike Imp. 75.0 85.0 $ 267 $3,674 Coachella ATP Improvements 74.3 84.3 $1,764 $5,438 Riverside Wells/Arlanza Sidewalk Imp. 71.3 81.3 $1,782 $7,220 Riverside Norte Vista Sidewalk Imp. 69.0 79.0 $2,575 *$9,795 Total Riverside County MPO/ ATP Share $9,012 Projects below are recommended as contingency in the event projects cannot be delivered Eastvale SRTS at Multiple Schools-Signalized 68.3 78.3 $ 479 $10,274 Xing and Radar Speed Display Riverside Install Sidewalks and Safety Imp. 67.7 77.7 $ 878 $11,152 County Riverside Mecca Sidewalk & Roadway Safety 65.7 75.7 $ 571 $11,723 County Imp. Riverside Railroad Xing Sidewalk Imp. 59.0 69.0 $1,655 $13,378 Palm Bicycles on Every Street (Class II & Ill) 57.0 67.0 $1,700 $15,078 Springs Riverside Bridge Lighting Improvements 56.7 66.7 $ 326 $15,404 Agenda Item DRAFT Riverside Santa Ana River Trail Imp. 52.3 62.3 $3,211 $18,615 Riverside 3rd Place Sidewalk & Roadway Safety 52.3 62.3 $ 881 $19,496 County Imp. Temecula Santa Gertrudis Creek Ped/Bicycle 52.0 62.0 $3,543 $23,039 Trail Ext. and Interconnect Wildomar Murrieta Creek Multi-Use Trail 51.0 61.0 $ 861 $23,900 Connectivity Ph 1 Riverside Ramona Sidewalk Improvement 46.0 56.0 $3,923 $27,823 Murrieta Murrieta Creek Trail-Copper Cyn 42.5 52.5 $ 577 $28,400 Bridge & Clinton Keith Trail Riverside Salt Creek Parkway, Phase Ill 42.5 52.5 $3,251 $31,651 Co Parks Jurupa Rec Horseshoe Lake Park Trailhead 34.3 44.3 $ 391 $32,042 & Park Dist. SCAG will recommend approval of the following project in its 5% planning pot: Western Subregional Active Transportation 80 90 $ 333 $32,375 Riv Council Plan of Govt. *County share is overprogrammed by $783,000. Staff will discuss partial funding or reduced funding for one or more projects with project sponsors and SCAG to determine if any adjustment is needed to maintain Riverside County's • ATP target. SCAG will compile and review all of the six county transportation commission's • project recommendations into one MPO program that meets the SCAG MPO fund level of $74.295 million. It is possible that one county may be underprogrammed allowing another county to overprogram. If this is the case, SCAG will keep a record and carryover any debits/credits in the next ATP cycle to make certain each county gets its fair share. Per ATP Guidelines, a minimum of 25 percent of the MPO program must benefit disadvantaged communities. All projects in the above table, with the exception of lowa/MLK Boulevard Bike Improvements, qualified as disadvantaged communities. To qualify as a disadvantaged community, projects had to meet one of the following criteria: • Median Household Income of less than $49,120 • CalEnvironScreen score must be 38.46 or higher • Percentage of students eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals must be at least 75% As previously indicated, the ATP program consists of state and federal funding. For projects approved in the Statewide Competitive component, the CTC will assign either state or federal funds at the time of allocation. Projects approved under the MPO Regional program will be assigned state or federal funding prior to or soon after the CTC approval in November in order to program the appropriate fund source in the Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP}. Staff will make every effort to assign the appropriate color of money to ensure project delivery success to the extent possible. Agenda Item • • • • DRAFT Next Steps Upon approval of the MPO Riverside County projects, staff will submit the seven highest scoring projects to SCAG for inclusio~ in the MPO ATP Regional Program Cycle 1, which will be approved at the SCAG Regional ~ouncil meeting on October 2, 2014. SCAG will submit the MPO Regional ATP projects to the CTC for final approval at the CTC's November 12, 2014 meeting. There will be future ATP funding cycles with the next cycle scheduled within the year. Staff will continue to participate in CTC/Caltrans working groups to further develop and improve the ATP guidelines and process and participate in future evaluations of ATP project applications. Staff will work closely with project sponsors in preparing allocation funding requests and requests for obligating federal funds. Project sponsors must obtain concurrence from the Commission on each allocation request for funding as required by the CTC. Projects will also be required to be included in the FTIP. As a condition of the project allocation for the Statewide and MPO ATP programs, the CTC will require project sponsors to submit semi-annual reports on the activities and progress made toward implementation of the project, and a final delivery report is required upon project completion. The purpose of the reports is to ensure that the project is implemented in a timely manner according to the scope and budget identified in the project application . ATP funds are administered through the CTC, Caltrans, and Federal Highway Administration. The Commission is not a recipient of these funds; therefore, there is no fiscal impact to the Commission's budget . Agenda Item AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. AGENDA ITEM 11 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11.