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HomeMy Public PortalAbout01 January 25, 2016 Technical advisory committeeCOMM-TAC-00046 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. January 25, 2016 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 November 9, 2015 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. Strategic Assessment Presentation (Verbal Presentation) 6. Fixing America Surface Transportation Act (Fast Act) Update (Verbal Presentation) http://transystems.com/Home/News-Press/News-I n-Motion/December-30- 2015/Cities,-States,-Transportation-Consulting,- Enginee.aspx?utm medium=email&utm campaign=TSYS%20669&utm content =TSYS%20669+CID 48363c9b36f217a2b2d4004cb5d5af8c&utm source=News %201n%20Motion%20Traffic&utm term=Cities%20States%20Transportation%20 Consulting%20Engineering%20Construction%20Construction%20Management %20and%20the%200rdinary%20Citizen 7. ATP Cycle 2 Update (Verbal Presentation) 8. City of Corona's Surface Transportation Program Reprogramming Request (Attachment) 9. 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) (Attachment) 10. 2017 FTIP Submittal Report (Attachment) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 25, 2016 Page 2 11. 2016 RTP/SCS — Status and public Comment Period (Ends February 1, 2016) (Attachment) 12. 2015/16 Obligation Plan (Attachment) 13. Local Assistance Update (Verbal Presentation) 14. December Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 15. Other Business 16. Adjournment (The next meeting will be March 21, 2016 in Beaumont.) ~ -AGENCY TAC MEMBER BANNING ART VELA Acting Director of Public Works BEAUMONT CHRIS VOGT Public Works Director -------·---··---------BLYTHE ARMANDO BALDIZZONE Director of Public Works -------CVAG DENNIS WOODS Director of Transportation ------·---------------CALIMESA MICHAEL THORNTON City Engineer --------CAL TRANS SEAN YEUNG District Local Assistance Engineer CANYON LAKE HABIB MOTLAGH -CHAIR City Engineer --------/ CATHEDRAL CITY JOHN CORELLA 7 City Engineer ---·---------COACHELLA JONATHAN HOY City Engineer v -----CORONA NELSON NELSON Acting Public Works Director DESERT HOT DANIEL PORRAS SPRINGS Contract Assistant City Engineer TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE January 25, 2016 PLEASE SIGN IN ALTERNATE PRINT NAME Holly Stuart Public Works Analyst Elizabeth M. 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'' .. ~ Public Works Director .----"'°'. O'V\. /t/U4. WILDOMAR IDANYORK Janet Morales Assistant City Manager/Director of Administrative Assistant DanYor~ Public Works/City Engineer -· AGENCY TAC MEMBER WRCOG CHRISTOPHER GRAY Director of Transportation --~~-·-----·-·------~7e,TC f --&: , {' !J -l -~-"-:r _>·.·1.t"<t-L'--"'-~. --·~·-·· V( ..... ;· " X-<C\C I -b\.'9f9'f -..,_,..c,..,c.. ~~-r,Jr.. W40l . -~ ;2.crc_ t--ll 0 5 '-l l .:-;.L ...vt """ J ·~~--·--QO;rt JittltU{ G-u ria.do ~-e1111 of r1QjUt/o i/At,.Uf ~~VJZ:'i!Af/H C11'7 or· IA ,·r~r"_?;: '2 --~· . TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE January 25, 2016 PLEASE SIGN IN ALTERNATE PRINT NAME Donna Dean Program Manager -·--·---··-----,:""" , I-Ir;,/<._ r 4~(·<...-t I , . " G\ 1\X>\ l·v\J€'L i.v\ t J~oJ 1..'-P·~ f.+i l ~t_.\IC.~ ~> ef.AG i.,,.£ti)7 > /V!~rk S-1-eue r-( \---SIGNATURE ... -----·-,, ; ;, SL~ I~ . 1ac_)~ -~/ -d~vl G uu // ~;. -~u_, ... c.t:,.: 0 -( ~ ---', ''>.-/ ~· ~· ~ '""" ./ ---· . ---·--- MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, November 9, 2015 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order by Chair Habib Motlagh at 10:00 a.m. at Beaumont City Hall, Conference Room No. 2, 550 East Sixth Street, Beaumont, CA 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: Others Present: Amer Attar, City of Temecula Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert Donna Dean, WRCOG Ati Eskandari, City of Lake Elsinore Marcus Fuller, City of Palm Springs Tom Garcia, City of Temecula Jonathan Hoy, City of Coachella Tim Jonasson, City of La Quinta Savat Khamphou, City of Palm Springs Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley Rohan Kuruppu, Riverside Transit Agency Steve Latino, City of Hemet Kris Martinez, City of Riverside Bob Moehling, City of Murrieta Farshid Mohammadi, City of Riverside Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, and San Jacinto Anite Petke, SunLine Transit Agency Patricia Romo, County of Riverside Mark Sambito, City of Rancho Mirage Ken Seumalo, City of Indian Wells Michael Thornton, City of Calimesa Alberto Vergel de Dias, Caltrans Kristin Warsinski, Riverside Transit Agency Tim Wassil, City of Indio Dennis Woods, Coachella Valley Association of Governments Dan York, City of Wildomar Grace Alvarez, RCTC Daisy Ballon, RCTC Eric DeHate, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 9, 2015 Page 2 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES The September 21, 2015 Minutes were amended to reflect Amer Attar's attendance and were approved as submitted. Abstain: Tim Jonasson Tim Wassil 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5. 2017 FTIP UPDATE — REMINDER Grace Alvarez, RCTC, reminded agencies to submit their 2017 FTIP updates this week. RCTC's deadline to submit the updates to SCAG is January 5, 2016. 6. ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM CYCLE 2 — MPO RECOMMENDATIONS Shirley Medina, RCTC, reported statewide competition was approved. In Riverside County, the following two projects will receive funding: • Riverside County Public Health Department — Safe Routes to School, East Riverside - $500,000 and • Riverside County Transportation Department — Third Place Sidewalk and Roadway Safety Improvements (in the Blythe area) - $721,000. She explained MPO ATP guidelines and reviewed points indicated in her staff report. 7. TUMF REGIONAL ARTERIAL PROGRAM PROJECT DELIVERY STATUS Ms. Medina reported that in 2004, the Commission approved 23 projects for Western Riverside County TUMF Regional Arterial Program funding. To date $135 million has been programmed and $95 million reimbursed to local agencies for project expenditures. She reviewed the TUMF Regional Arterial Program — Current Project Delivery Status, which includes the original 23 projects approved in 2004. 8. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Alberto Vergel de Dios, Caltrans, reported that the Cooperative Work Agreement (CWA) time extensions were due to Caltrans and the time extension requests were submitted to headquarters November 6. Caltrans headquarters will announce its determinations between January and March, 2016. Subsequently, in April 2016, the determination of CWAs will be posted online. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 9, 2015 Page 3 The final obligation delivery for Riverside County FFY 2015 was $32 million, equivalent to 74.5 percent of the total obligation authority. Statewide, Caltrans achieved 100 percent OA delivery, resulting in $61.5 million of August redistribution. He also reported on the High Priority Projects/Unobligated Earmarks; posting of project list in Caltrans Local Assistance website. Regarding ATP Cycle 2, Albert mentioned that the eligibility review of the nominated projects will be performed by Caltrans Headquarters. The eligibility review will be done in compliance with Chapter 22 of Local Assistance Program Guidelines (LAPG) for projects that promote walking and biking for existing and new facilities. There is an eligibility exception form/request that can be forwarded to Caltrans Local Assistance and in turn Caltrans Local Assistance will submit to California Transportation Commission (CTC) for consideration. The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Cycle 7 received 213 project applications, resulting in 197 projects selected for funding. Official HSIP Cycle 7 results should be released later this month. As of October 28, there are 12 inactive projects in Riverside County with invoices due to Caltrans Local Assistance by November 20. Update on Highway Bridge Program, Office Bulletin 15-4, created a Highway Bridge Program — Bridge Investment Credit that is similar to advance construction where local money is spent first on eligible local highway bridge projects, creating the ability for agencies to fund future projects 100%. Requirements and associated forms are available in Caltrans Local Assistance website under DLA OB 15-04. He also said Office Bulletin No. 14-6 is a review of DBE contract goals and good faith effort, which was a one-year pilot program and has been extended for another year due to its success. Carol Green of Local Assistance staff left and her position is now open. 9. OCTOBER COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Shirley Medina reported the Commission approved the following: • 2016 STIP — I-15/French Valley Parkway Interchange project (Phase 2) for $47.6 million • Perris Valley Line ribbon cutting ceremony will be December 11 10. OTHER BUSINESS Habib Motlagh announced there is a card being circulated for Ruthanne Taylor Berger who is retiring from WRCOG. An open house is planned in her honor December 1 in RCTC's conference room A, from noon until 2:00. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 9, 2015 Page 4 Eric DeHate, RCTC, stated that HBP program updates for October were released and will be incorporated into the 2017 FTIP updates, as well as in the current 2015 FTIP Amendment through the upcoming Administrative Modification No. 14 and the Formal Amendment No. 15. Eric also reminded the local agencies that have projects being obligated in FFY 2015/16 to make sure their DBEs or CLAP are up-to-date to ensure timely delivery of funds for their projects. Ms. Medina said strategic assessment results will be shared with RCTC's commissioners at the January/February 2016 Commission Workshop. She indicated she would have someone from RCTC's consulting team attend to the next TAC meeting to present an update on the assessment. 11. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 10:44 a.m. Respectfully submitted, j,/5frirley Medina Planning and Programming Director AGENDA ITEM 5 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 5. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTA T/ON COMMISSION DATE: January 28, 2016 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Aaron Hake, Government Relations Manager THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: RCTC Strategic Assessment: Final Recommendations STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to: 1} Direct staff to prepare the Commission's Fiscal Year 2016/17 Budget to accommodate procurement of a Countywide Integrated Long Range Transportation Plan; 2} Direct staff to prepare the Commission's FY 2016/17 Budget to accommodate procurement of a "next generation" toll feasibility study; 3} Direct staff to prepare the Commission's FY 2016/17 Budget to accommodate procurement of a "next generation" rail feasibility study, emphasizing alternative rail service models, alternative project delivery approaches, and intra-county service; 4} Direct staff to prepare the Commission's FY 2016/17 Budget to accommodate additional resources needed to execute a long-term communications and customer engagement strategy for the purposes of public education and customer service; 5} Establish Commission policies to encourage funding and development of projects and programs to accommodate and support multiple travel choices such as added capacity, access to public transit, and active transportation modes including bicycling and walking; 6} Direct staff to provide recommendations for updating funding allocation policies of current revenue streams; 7} Authorize development of the 2019-2029 Measure A Western Riverside County Highway Delivery Plan (2019-2029 Deliver Plan}: a} The 2019-2029 Delivery Plan shall commit to fulfilling commitments deferred in the 2009-2019 Measure A Western Riverside County Highway Delivery Plan (2009-2019 Delivery Plan}: i. Interstate 15 Express Lanes between Cajalco Road and State Route 74; 1. Direct staff to prepare the Commission's FY 2016/17 Budget to provide funding to initiate project development; ii. 71/91 Interchange; iii. North-facing connector between SR-91 and 1-15; and iv. Continued progress and evaluation of CETAP and alternative corridors. b} Development of the 2019-2029 Delivery Plan shall include a comprehensive phasing and prioritization study to determine if/how projects can be scaled or Agenda Item 2 deferred to reflect funding constraints, state and federal policy challenges, and expected technological innovations; and 8) Adopt as a Commission objective to submit an additional local sales tax measure to Riverside County voters on the November 2018 or 2020 ballot. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: This report is the culmination of a year-long, multi-faceted effort by Commissioners, staff, Riverside County residents, businesses, and professional consultants to take a comprehensive look at Riverside County's mobility future. As America's tenth most populous county with geography larger than more than two dozen states, Riverside County must have a transportation system that serves a very diverse array of needs. As the county enters into a new phase of growth and as the world changes (in terms of technology, public policy, and demographic shifts), before committing billions of dollars in public works investments, the Commission took the wise step of taking a moment to assess where it is at and where it needs to go to fulfill the public's needs and desires over the long haul. The Commission has been remarkably successful at fulfilling its promises to the voters of Riverside County, who have trusted it with delivering projects in the 1988 and 2002 Measure A sales tax initiatives. In the last 40 years, the Commission used its resources -both financial and personnel -to leverage billions of dollars of state and federal funding and build partnerships at all levels of government and among its constituents, all towards delivering transformative transportation projects and programs that maintain a quality of life and economy. Especially in recent years, the Commission has been able to keep a steady pipeline of projects moving to construction. Due to constant innovation and problem-solving, it was rare time when a major project within Riverside County was left idle. Moreover, the ability to secure significant infusions of state or federal funds relates to a proactive legislative and intergovernmental advocacy program that elevated the Commission's credibility in Sacramento and Washington. Today the county is seeing the fruits of decades of visionary leadership and planning: completion of major projects on 1-10, 1-215, SR-60, and Perris Valley Line, along with the ongoing work on SR-91 and rail grade separationt There are significant local policy foundations to these successes, including TUMF programs in east and west county, the Riverside Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan, Measure A, and many other public policy efforts (as outlined in the appendices). This report takes inventory of those policies and measures them against today's environment, allowing the Commission to assess what remains relevant, what's missing, and what may need to change. The Commission's relationship with the public is also changing. Since the 1988 and 2002 Measure A campaigns, the natural memory fade of voters and the influx of new county residents over the years means that many of the Commission's constituents are not aware of who the Commission is, Measure A, or the public projects and services the Commission delivers to their benefit every day. Cell phones, the primary medium through whkh people receive information today, were still too large to fit in one's pocket when the l9st Measure A campaign Agenda Item 2 was waged. Moreover, the Commission is now less than one year away from being a customer- service entity with the opening of the 91 Express Lanes in Corona. Thousands of residents will become direct customers of the Commission, much like they are with their bank, cell phone, or utility company. All of this comes at a time when overall public sentiment towards government is sour. These challenges also present an opportunity for the Commission to reintroduce itself to its constituents and step-up its efforts to deliver information to better make mobility choices. These challenges also create an opportunity to listen to how the Commission can improve our constituents' quality of life. Yet, as Riverside County faces 41 percent population growth by the time Measure A sunsets in 2039, it is clear the Commission does not have the resources necessary to meet the needs and expectations of the public, its stakeholders, and even its own Commissioners. This report takes a sober look at the reality of what revenue is currently available and what more the Commission can reasonably expect to receive through the end of Measure A's lifespan from all potential sources of funding. The funding gap illustrated in this assessment makes it clear the status quo will fall far short of the county's needs and the Commission's own expectations. Even with innovative approaches and higher-risk efforts to secure new funding, the chasm is wide. This fact raises critical questions for the Commission, including: • How can the Commission adapt its policies to "change the game" in Riverside County to boost economic prosperity and reduce strain on the transportation system? • How can the Commission "re-vision" its projects or programs? • How can the Commission harness technology and innovation to reduce the costs and needs for new infrastructure and services? • What funding sources is the Commission willing to pursue to help narrow the gap? • How does the Commission ensure it keeps its existing promises to Riverside County voters? • How can the Commission better reach its customers and build greater public involvement in the planning of its communities and transportation systems? • How can the Commission partner with local governments to achieve mutual goals? • How can the Commission continue to "stay ahead of the game"? DISCUSSION: RCTC Strategic Assessment To help the Commission tackle these weighty questions, HOR, Inc. (HOR) was retained in April 2015 to conduct the Strategic Assessment. The assessment design model was as follows: Agenda Item 2 ASSESSMENT STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS STRATEGIES APPLICATIONS Through the summer and fall of 2015, HDR and Commission staff methodically conducted the following activities in consultation with the Commission's Quality of Life and Sustainability Ad Hoc Committee: • Analyzed existing and future conditions in Riverside County in terms of the county's multi-modal transportation system, jobs and economic outlook, and population and demographic changes; • Analyzed a compendium of existing transportation (and related) plans and policies in place throughout Riverside County; • Analyzed funding projections against expected capital and operational needs; Agenda Item 2 " Conducted five public transportation summits throughout the county, plus one workshop in the city of Blythe; " Conducted a statistically valid public opinion telephone survey on public views of transportation needs, government, and funding options; " Interviewed partner government agency leaders (such as cities, transit operators, and councils of governments); and " Assessed the data from all of the above to develop strategies and tactics to recommend to the Commission -which are contained in this report. Findings Key findings from the assessment, as found in the Executive Summary, include: Future Conditions " Despite 41 percent population growth and 87 percent job growth in Riverside County by 2040, Riverside County will continue to have a low jobs-housing ratio, leading to persistent inter-county commuting patterns and increasing congestion; " Despite planned highway projects moving towards construction, highway congestion will continue to increase; " Opportunities to expand transit service to fill unmet needs are constrained by funding limitations; and " Continuing growth in freight rail traffic means that additional rail grade separations will be needed to reduce congestion, emissions, and safety concerns at crossings. The jobs-housing imbalance and chronic highway congestion can be addressed in a comprehensive way through an integrated countywide transportation plan that touches on traditionally local issues such as land use and serves as a focal point for economic and community development for the region (staff recommendation no. 1). Additionally, staff recommendation no. 7 will assist in ensuring projects in the Measure A Expenditure Plan are phased and scoped appropriately to address the critical needs of the region in a timely fashion. Ensuring a multimodal approach is taken on all projects (staff recommendation no. 5) and existing funding allocation decisions are appropriate for where the county is headed (staff recommendation nos. 6 and 8) will help make the most of what limited dollars are available to the Commission. Plans and Policies " There is a need for improved coordination among the large number of transportation- related plans in Riverside County; " The Commission's Measure A Western Riverside County Highway Delivery Plan is in need of being updated for the period of 2019-2029; Agenda Item 2 " The Riverside County transportation system has a total capital improvement need of $23 billion by 2040, plus an annual transit operations and maintenance need of $562 million annually; " Riverside County will need to make further efforts to meet state greenhouse gas reduction goals by further developing rail and transit service in concert with transit- oriented developments and employment hubs; " Emerging technologies could substantially increase efficiencies of the existing transportation system and provide users with better information about travel options, which can reduce costs and improve quality of life; " As the costs and needs of each mode of transportation evolve, the funding splits among the modes will need to be re-evaluated; and " Active Transportation is becoming an increasingly important mode of transportation; the Commission can assist local governments in competing for funding and developing plans. A component of a countywide long range transportation plan (staff recommendation no. 1) must be the fulfillment of the Measure A promise to voters (staff recommendation no. 7). Maximizing the leverage Measure A of investments for taxpayer benefit calls for ensuring multiple modes of transportation are considered in all projects (staff recommendation no. 5) and ensuring that the split of funds among categories of projects is appropriate for the future needs of Riverside County (staff recommendation no. 6). Funding Gap " " " Only $6.1 billion is expected to be available to fill the $23 billion capital funding need over the next 25 years (26 percent); Aggressive pursuit of discretionary funding sources could yield as much as an additional $1.3 billion (6 percent) in capital funds; More speculative revenue sources could yield as much as $6 billion more (26 percent) for capital, but should not be relied upon. Even if all of these funds materialized, the funding gap will be at least $9.8 billion (42 percent); Riverside County transportation capital needs funding through 2040 Iii Existing Programs II Discretionary Grants on lilll Possible New Sources !!ID Funding Gap " Current funding sources for operations and maintenance of rail and transit cannot fund planned improvements through 2040, leaving a $238 million (42 percent) gap; Agenda Item 2 " A local option sales tax in addition to Measure A would be the most significant and likely infusion of revenue to help fill these funding gaps; " Additional fees and tolling could also help narrow the gap to meet public infrastructure needs; The major recommendation from this component of the Strategic Assessment is to pursue the most meaningful and practical new funding source that the Commission has the discretion to pursue: a local option sales tax measure supplemental to Measure A (staff recommendation no. 8). Public opinion data indicates the voters of Riverside County may not be ready in 2016 to approve such a ballot measure, but opportunity could exist in an upcoming election cycle. Without a supplemental measure, the remaining options yield very little money. Public Attitudes " A substantial portion of the public is unfamiliar with the Commission; " Transportation issues are important to the public. However, these issues are currently not as important as crime, jobs, and water issues; " Top public priorities for transportation improvements include roadway maintenance and reducing highway congestion. Freeway Service Patrol also gets strong support; " Public support for new revenue sources is strongest for express toll lanes, and moderate for increased fees on new development; " Stakeholder groups and the public identify improved accessibility to public transit as an important need, including more hours of service, service to more areas, and better/easier connections; " Other stakeholder desires: better land use/transportation linkages, more consideration for user quality of life, better rural/urban connectivity, and use of emerging technologies to help address transportation needs; " Stakeholders consistently identified the lack of funding as the biggest challenge to achieving needed improvements; and " Reducing the length and complexity of the environmental process is important to stakeholders. A stronger public communications and engagement effort (staff recommendation no. 4) on behalf of the Commission can fulfill multiple objectives essential to the Commission's mission, including: o Educating the public on the benefits their tax dollars are producing; o Educating the public on services and programs available to them that they may not be fully utilizing -assisting in reducing congestion and improving quality of life (staff recommendation no. S); and o Protecting the Commission's investment in 91and1-15 Express Lanes by ensuring high customer satisfaction (staff recommendation no. 2); and Agenda Item 2 o Ensuring accountability to the public by engaging in regular, meaningful communication with those whose mandate we are fulfilling; and o Helping the public re-establish expectations by helping them understand the significant void between the cost of what they want and the resources available -as well as the potential avenues to increase those resources. Partner Agency Priorities • Roadway maintenance and improving older highway interchanges are the top transportation improvement cities and the county; and • The local partner agencies desire the Commission to provide leadership and resources to enable a more effective coordinated approach to legislative advocacy and pursuit of funding from the state and federal governments. Placing city, county, transit agency, and councils of government priorities into a comprehensive transportation plan (staff recommendation no. 1) will help make the most of limited Commission funds and help coordinate across jurisdictions and across funding programs. Helping jurisdictions prepare projects multimodal in nature and more competitive for state and federal grants will maximize the value of limited funds by ensuring projects serve as many needs as possible; this can be partially achieved through staff recommendation no. 5 and a heightened effort on the legislative front that could be a component of staff recommendation no. 4. Moving towards a sales tax measure beyond Measure A (staff recommendation no. 8) will provide cities and the county the greatest possibility of securing the revenue needed to keep local streets and roads in good condition and upgrading dilapidated interchanges, whereas the state of California continues to come up short in this regard. Next Steps Strategies for the Commission to pursue were developed by HDR and Commission staff based on the findings of the Strategic Assessment (found on pages 1-3 of the Executive Summary). These strategies form the basis of eight proposed action items for the Commission to consider at the 2016 Annual Workshop, discussed above. In conclusion, there are two areas deserving of special attention as the Commission makes its decision on these strategic recommendations: Countywide Long Range Transportation Plan A central feature of the proposed strategies and action items is the development of a countywide long range transportation plan. This plan will serve as a focal point for the numerous transportation efforts underway throughout the county, with the goal of achieving greater coordination across government and greater clarity of mission and purpose for public policy decisions that impact how the residents and businesses use the transportation system Agenda Item 2 and their communities. The plan will better position the entire county to compete strategically for state and federal funds, as well as create a coordinated policy basis to respond to ongoing and future state and federal mandates. Several of the other proposed action items in this report will actually fold up into the Countywide Long Range Transportation Plan. FY 2016/17 Budget and Beyond If the recommended actions in this report are adopted, staff will begin preparing a series of additional items that will return to the Commission in the year(s) ahead for further action. One of these major upcoming items will be the Commission's FY 2016/17 Budget. The Budget will commit financial resources to turn these strategies into tactics and results in the near, mid, and long-terms. Attachment: Riverside County Strategic Assessment -January 2016 Agenda Item 2 AGENDA ITEM 6 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 6. .State of California D~RTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Memorandum Serious drought Help save water! To: EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS Date: December 11, 2015 From: GILES GIOVINAZZI Federal Transportation Subject: FIXING AMERICA'S SURFACE TRANSPORTATION ACT (P.L. 114-094) On Friday, December 4, 2015, President Barack Obama signed the Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act (the FAST Act, P.L. 114-094), a five-year authorization of highway, transit, safety and rail programs. The FAST Act includes approximately $225 billion in contract authority over five years for the Federal-aid highway program, increasing funding from $41 billion in federal fiscal year (FY) 2015 to $4 7 billion in FY 2020 -a 15 percent increase. Approximately half of the increase will support two new freight-related initiatives (the remainder will provide small annual increases in core highway program funding): • A new National Highway Freight program (FAST Act section 1116), funded at approximately $1.2 billion a year that is distributed to the states by formula. • A new discretionary program for Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects (FAST Act section 1105), funded at approximately $900 million a year. Recent analysis from the American Road and Transportation Builders states that under the FAST Act, "investment levels will exceed projected inflation by a total of $1.7 billion over five years and beat projected construction material cost increases by $1 billion over the same period. As a result, federal highway investment will see narrow increases in purchasing power through FY 2020, but the FAST Act's biggest impact on the highway construction market will be the stability it provides states and the private sector." "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California :S economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 2of11 Federal-Aid Highway Apportionment Programs California's FY 2015 FHWAApportionments; FY 2016 Apportionments under the FAST Act; FY 2016-FY 2020 Annual Average Apportionments and Total FY 2016-FY 2020 Apportionments under the FAST Act i in $ millions) NHPP STP HSIP Roadway-CMAQ Metropolitan TAP National TOTAL Highway Planning Freight Crossings FY2015 1,930.3 887.9 196.8 15.3 463.6 48.5 ??? NIA 3,542.5 FY2016 1,924.7 894.1 195.5 15.7 462.2 49.8 74.7 1 106.3 3,723.0 FAST Act FAST Act 2006.5 936.1 203.5 16.2 481.4 52.0 75.5 116.5 3,887.8 Syear Annual Ave;. FAST Act 10,032.5 4,680.5 1,017.6 82.1 2,407.0 259.8 377.3 582.4 19,439.2 FY2016- 2020 TOTAL In FY 2015, California received $3.54 billion in Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) apportionment funding. For FY 2016, which began this October, California will receive $3.72 billion; and California can expect to receive an annual average of $3.88 billion in FHWA apportionment funding from FY 2016-2020. The FAST Act largely keeps the MAP-21 apportionment programmatic structure intact with a few changes: National Highway Freight Program. California will receive an annual average of approximately $117 million from a new National Highway Freight Program (FAST Act section 1116). Eligible projects should contribute to the movement of freight on the National Highway Freight Network, and be identified in a freight investment plan of a State Freight Plan (The California Department of Transportation [Caltrans] may be able to use the "projects list" of the California Freight Mobility Plan for this purpose). States will also be able to obligate up to 10 percent of their National Highway Freight Program funds for improvements to freight rail or ports. National Highway Performance Program. The FAST Act expands National Highway Performance Program (NHPP, FAST Act section 1106) eligibility to include funding for federal- aid highway system bridges that are not on the National Highway System (NHS), and also to pay subsidy and administrative costs for Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) projects. Funding for locally owned on-system bridges was an important issue for California local agencies since the Highway Bridge Program was eliminated in MAP-21. In FY 2015, California received $1.93 billion in NHPP apportionments; California would receive 1 This is a combination of the FAST Act Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) Set-Aside and the STBG Recreational Trails Set-Aside; Under the FAST Act, the Transportation Alternatives Program is folded into these STBG Set-Asides. "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California s economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 3of11 $10.03 billion in NHPP funding over five years (an annual average of $2 billion) under the FAST Act. Surface Transportation Block Grant Program: The FAST Act renames the Surface Transportation Program the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBG, FAST Act section 1109), and gradually increases the percentage of the STBG that is sub allocated by population from 50 percent in FY 2015 to 55 percent in FY 2020. However, California currently sub allocates STP funds at a percentage higher than is required by the FAST Act. The FAST Act also rewrites and simplifies the program's funding eligibility list and increases the ways STBG funds can be used for local roads and rural minor collectors. Additionally, under the FAST Act, the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) is folded into the STBG program as two set-aside programs called the "STBG Set-Aside" and the "STBG Recreational Trails Set-Aside". These two TAP STBG Set-Asides are funded nationally at a flat $835 million in FY 2016 and FY 2017 and then $850 million per year thereafter (this is a slight increase from the $820 million that TAP received in FY 2015). Under the FAST Act, the current 50 percent sub allocation would apply to the new TAP STBG Set-Asides. Additionally, up to 50 percent of the sub allocated TAP STBG Set-Asides can be transferred to STBG. Further, the FAST Act also expands eligible recipients for funds to include nonprofits responsible for administration of local transportation safety programs. In FY 2015, California received $887.9 million in STB apportionments; California would receive $4.680 billion in STBG funding over five years under the FAST Act (an annual average of $936.1 million). California would receive $377.3 million in TAP STBG Set-Aside funding over five years under the FAST Act (an annual average of $75.5 million). Highway Safety Program Improvement Program. The FAST Act removes the ability to use Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP, FAST Act section 1113) funds for non- infrastructure safety programs, such as education and enforcement activities. The FAST Act also designates several new safety improvements eligible for funding including vehicle-to- infrastructure communication and roadway improvements that provide separation between pedestrians and motor vehicles. In FY 2015, California received $196.8 million in HSIP apportionments; California would receive $1.02 billion in HSIP funding over five years under the FAST Act (an annual average of $203.5 million). Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement Program. The FAST Act makes only a few changes to the CMAQ program (FAST Act section 1114): CMAQ funds can be used not only for attainment of ambient air quality standards, but also to maintain standards in an attainment area; the diesel retrofit program is expanded to include port-related off-road equipment and vehicles; low population density states are exempt from fine particulate matter (PM) 2.5 attainment requirements if the non-attainment area has no projects that are part of a transportation plan and vehicles are an insignificant contributor to PM 2.5 non-attainment. In FY 2015, California received $463.6 million in CMAQ apportionments; California would receive "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California~ economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 4of11 $2.4 billion in CMAQ funding over five years under the FAST Act (an annual average of $481.4 million). Railway-Highway Crossings. In FY 2015, California received $15.3 million in Railway- Highway Crossing apportionments; California would receive $82.1 million in Railway-Highway Crossing funding over five years under the FAST Act (an annual average of $16.2 million). Metropolitan Planning. In FY 2015, California received $48.5 million in Metropolitan Planning apportionments; California would receive $259.8 million in Metropolitan Planning funding over five years under the FAST Act (an annual average of $52 million). Innovative Financing/Federal Credit Assistance Programs Section 2001 of the FAST Act cuts funding for the TIFIA federal credit assistance program from $1 billion in FY 2015 to $275 million in FY 2016 and FY 2017, $285 million in FY 2018 and then $300 million in FY 2019 and FY 2020. However, TIFIA eligibility has been expanded to include transit-oriented development (an important provision for some California local agencies) and to capitalize Rural Projects Funds if established by a State Infrastructure Bank. The Caltrans January 12, 2015, letter to Congress and the California Statewide Federal Surface Transportation Reauthorization Consensus Principles (California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles) supported Congressional efforts to reform the Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) program to make it more accessible to borrowers. Section 11607 of the FAST Act would allow a state or local dedicated revenue stream to be used as collateral for RRIF assistance, and section 11608 would allow "master credit agreement" arrangements under the RRIF program similar to those allowed under TIFIA. Section 11604 of the FAST Act expands eligibility for the program to include reimbursement for planning and design expenses, economjc development and transit-oriented development projects (transit- oriented development projects must provide a 25 percent non-federal match). Section 9001 of the FAST Act creates a National Surface Transportation and Innovative Finance Bureau to integrate current federal credit programs under TIFIA and the RRIF program with institutional capacity-building and project permitting and expediting efforts under one office, under an Executive Director at the Office of the Secretary of Transportation. Freight Provisions The California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles and Caltrans November 20, 2015, letter to Congress requested: 1) the Primary Freight Network be extended beyond the existing 27,000 mile limit; 2) the designation of Critical Rural and Urban Freight corridors as part of the National Highway Freight Network; and 3) the creation of a National Multimodal Freight Network that looks beyond National Highway Freight Network highway miles and specifically includes freight railroads, public ports based on tonnage, international border crossings, inland and intracoastal waterways, and the top fifty U.S. airports based on annual landed weight. Caltrans also supported language that would list improving the movement of goods travelling "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California s economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 5of11 across rural areas between population centers and between rural areas and population centers as national freight policy goals. The FAST Act creates a National Multimodal Freight Network (FAST Act section 8001), which at least initially, specifically includes freight railroads, public ports based on tonnage, international border crossings, inland and intracoastal waterways, and the top fifty U.S. airports based on annual landed weight. And the FAST Act's National Multimodal Freight Policy (FAST Act section 8001) includes improving the movement of goods travelling across rural areas between population centers and between rural areas and population centers as national goals. Additionally, the FAST Act's National Multimodal Freight Network includes the National Highway Freight Network (FAST Act section 1116), which is comprised of the Interstate System, an expanded 41,000 mile Primary Highway Freight System, and state and metropolitan planning organization (MPO) identified Critical Urban and Rural Freight Corridors. The California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles noted that California is the nation's international trade leader and urged Congress to provide dedicated, sustainable funding for a contract authority freight program. In addition to National Highway Freight Program apportionments (FAST Act section 1116), the FAST Act creates a new contract authority discretionary program for Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects (NSFHP, FAST Act section 1105) funded at approximately $900 million a year. Eligibility requirements for the NSFHP program include: • Projects must cost at least $100 million. • 10 percent of total funding is reserved for small projects and 25 percent is set-aside for rural projects. • There is a $500 million limit on non-highway multimodal projects. • The federal share is limited to 60 percent of project cost, though other federal dollars can be used as a non-federal match as long as the total amount of federal dollars do not exceed 80 percent of project cost. • Grant funds can be used to pay for the subsidy cost of a TIFIA loan. • Within 60 days, Congress reserves the right to disapprove any project contained in the U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) -approved list. Public Transportation Additionally, the total authorized funding for Federal Transit Administration (FTA) programs increases from $10.7 billion in FY 2015 to $11.8 billion in FY 2016 and rises to $12.6 billion in FY 2020, for a total of $61.1 billion over the life of the bill (this includes $49 billion in Highway Trust Fund contract authority and $12 billion from the General Fund). This represents a 10.2 percent increase in year one, and 15.l percent by FY 2020. "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California :S economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 6of11 FTAApportioned/Allocated (Highway Trust Fund Contract Authority) Programs in$ millions): FY FY FY FY FY FY TOTAL 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 FAST Act 8,595 9,348 9,734 9,733 9,939 10,150 48,904 (Nationally) FAST Act 1,254 1,317 1,344 1,371 1,400 1,428 8,114 (California)2 The Caltrans January 12, 2015, letter and the California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles asked Congress to restore funding for the Bus and Bus Facilities program to pre- MAP-21 levels and include a transparent and efficient discretionary element. Sections 3016 and 3017 of the FAST Act provide a significant increase in funding for the Bus and Bus Facilities Program ( 49 U.S.C. § 5339) largely due to the creation of a new Bus and Bus Facility Competitive Grant Program. The Bus and Bus Facilities Formula Program increases from $428 million in FY 2015 to $465 million in FY 2020 (annual average funding of $446 million). The FAST Act also provides $268 million in FY 2016 for Bus and Bus Facility Competitive Grants, which grows to $344 million by FY 2020 (annual average funding of $304 million) and includes a $55 million per year set-aside for low and no emission buses and a 10 percent rural set-aside. Sections 3015 and 3016 of the FAST Act also significantly increase funding for the State of Good Repair Program (49 U.S.C. § 5337). In FY 2015, the State of Good Repair Program received $2.2 billion; the FAST Act funds this program at $2.5 billion in FY 2016 growing to $2.7 billion by FY 2020. This represents a 15. 7 percent increase over current funding levels in FY 2016 and a 23.9 percent increase by FY 2020. Under Sections 3004 and 3016 of the FAST Act, the Urbanized Area Formula (23 U.S.C. § 5307) program grows at a more modest rate, from $4.46 billion in FY 2015 to $4.54 billion in FY 2016 and rising to $4.9 in FY 2020. This represents an increase of 1.8 percent in FY 2016 and 10.56 percent by FY 2020. The conference report also increases the Small Transit Intensive Cities (STIC) formula take down from the current 1.5 percent of23 U.S.C § 5307 formula funds to two percent in 2019. Sections 3007 and 3016 of the FAST Act significantly increase funding for Rural Area Formula grants (23 U.S.C. § 5311). In FY 2015, the Rural Area Formula Program received $608 million; the FAST Act funds this program at $620 million in FY 2016, growing by 10.78 percent over current levels by the fifth year of the bill to $673.3 million. Appalachian Development and Indian reservation programs are continued, as well as the Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP). 2 This figure does not reflect allocated Highway Trust Fund contract authority discretionary grant programs or FT A Capital Investments Grants (e.g., New Starts) funded from the General Fund. "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California :S economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 7of11 Section 3005 and 3016 of the FAST Act increase authorizations for appropriations from the General Fund for FTA Capital Investment Grants (49 U.S.C. § 5309, the "New Starts", "Core Capacity" and "Small Starts" programs; these programs are not funded from the Highway Trust Fund) from $1.9 billion in FY 2015 to approximately $2.3 billion in FY 2016 through FY 2020. This is a 20.7 percent increase over the MAP-21 authorized funding level, but the funding level remains flat over the five years of the bill. Additionally, the FAST Act changes New Starts full funding grant agreement requirements by reducing the maximum federal share from 80 percent to 60 percent; however, other federal funds, including FHWA STBG funds, can still be used to supplement full funding grant agreements up to 80 percent. Additionally, the FAST Act would expand FTA Capital Investment Grant eligibility to joint public transportation and intercity passenger rail projects. Section 3011 of the FAST Act also increases the domestic content requirement under Buy America laws from the current 60 percent to 65 percent in 2018, and to 70 percent in 2020, and it includes new language that requires the U.S. DOT, upon denial of a Buy America waiver, to issue a written certification that the item is produced in the U.S. in sufficient quantity and quality, along with other information. Passenger Rail FAST Act section 11101 authorizes $8 billion of funding for Amtrak grants from FY2016- FY2020: $2.6 billion is authorized for Amtrak projects associated with the Northeast Corridor and $5.5 billion for projects along the Amtrak National Network. Cal trans January 12, 2015, letter requested Congress require Amtrak to provide timely information and greater transparency into revenues and costs related to state-supported rail corridors 3 so that states can effectively manage services and verify proper implementation of Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act (PRIIA, P.L. 110-432) Section 209 requirements. Section 11204 of the FAST Act establishes an Amtrak State-Supported Route Committee comprised of representatives from Amtrak, U.S. DOT and states to "promote mutual cooperation and planning pertaining to the rail operations of Amtrak and related activities of trains operated by Amtrak on State-supported routes." The Committee may amend the PRIIA Section 209 cost allocation methodology. Additionally, Amtrak must provide monthly invoices to states for the operation of state-supported routes. The Caltrans January 12, 2015, letter and the California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles requested Congress provide funding for high-speed and intercity rail capital investment grants. The FAST Act authorizes a total of $2.2 billion from the General Fund over five years for rail funding through three primary programs: • FAST Act sections 11102 and 11301 (Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements) authorize $1.1 billion for grants to assist in financing the costs of 3 California's three state-supported intercity passenger rail routes -the Pacific Surfliner, San Joaquin, and Capitol Corridor -are the second, third, and fifth busiest routes in the country, respectively and attracted nearly 5.4 million riders in the state fiscal year (SFY) 2013-14 compared to 4.2 million a decade earlier. "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California s economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 8of11 improving passenger and freight rail transportation systems in terms of safety, efficiency or reliability. Funding under this section may be used for the deployment of railroad safety technology including positive train control (PTC) systems and certain workforce development and training activities. • FAST Act sections 11103 and 11302 (Federal-State Partnership for State of Good Repair) authorize $997 million for grants for capital projects to replace or rehabilitate qualified railroad assets to ultimately reduce the current state of good repair backlog. • FAST Act sections 11104 and 11303 (Restoration and Enhancement Grants) authorize $20 million each year from FY 2016 -FY 2020 for operating assistance to initiate, restore, or enhance intercity passenger rail service. Caltrans November 12, 2015, letter to Congress also requested specific provisions to expedite rail project delivery. FAST Act section 11503 requires U.S. DOT to apply the environmental streamlining measures in 23 U.S.C. § 139 to rail projects, and FAST Act section 1312 allows U.S. DOT grant recipients to provide funds to federal, state and tribal agencies for activities that would expedite the environmental review and permitting processes. The Caltrans January 12, 2015, letter and the California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles requested that Congress provide funding for PTC Implementation. Section 3028 of the FAST Act authorizes $199 million from the Mass Transit Account of the Highway Trust Fund in FY 2017 to assist in financing the installation of PTC systems by commuter railroads. Funding under this section may be used to provide grants, direct loans, and loan guarantees by September 30, 2018. CEQA/NEPA Reciprocity Section 1309 of the FAST Act creates a pilot program allowing up to five states that have assumed FHWA 23 U.S.C. § 327 "NEPA Assignment" authority (which currently includes California) to apply to conduct environmental reviews and make approvals for projects under state environmental laws and regulations (e.g., California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)) instead of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The provision also allows Caltrans to select up to 25 local governments to participate in the program, whereby Caltrans would be required to ensure that "any environmental review, consultation, or other action required under NEPA, or the state program, or both, meet the requirements of such Act or program." Caltrans will not be able to apply for this program until the U.S. DOT and the Council on Environmental Quality promulgate a rulemaking that establishes the criteria for states to demonstrate that their state laws are as stringent as NEPA. High Occupancy Vehicle (HOVl Degradation Federal law requires that HOV lanes have a minimum average speed of 45 mph 90 percent of the time over a 180-day period during peak hours. The most recent data indicates that 60 percent of California's HOV network is degraded under the current federal standard, but it also indicates "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California s economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 9of11 that "recurrent congestion" is not a primary source of degradation in California. Other variables such as inclement weather, traffic incidents, or unforeseeable nonrecurring congestion have a greater impact on HOV lane performance in California. Caltrans requested relief from the current statutory HOV Degradation standard in its January 2015 letter to the California Congressional Delegation, and this issue was also mentioned in the California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles. Section 1411 of the FAST Act requires public authorities that operate degraded HOV facilities to submit a plan for U.S. DOT approval designed to bring the degraded facilities back into compliance with the statutory standard. Additionally, the FAST Act section 1411 also allows public authorities to apply to U.S. DOT for a waiver of the compliance requirements under certain conditions. Alternative User Based Revenue Mechanisms and Innovation Both the Cal trans January 12, 2015, letter and the California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles requested that the federal government explore innovative transportation revenue mechanisms, such as a road charge or other user-based revenues, and provide financial support to states willing to research or pilot innovative revenue programs. In 2014, the California State Legislature passed Senate Bill 1077 (SB 1077) directing California to conduct a pilot program to examine the feasibility of a road charge as a replacement for the gas tax to pay for road maintenance and repairs. A technical advisory committee, comprised of representatives from diverse interests, is now working to study the potential for a road charge and will soon outline the parameters of a pilot program. Therefore, in its November 20, 2015, letter to Congress, Caltrans specifically requested language focused on state-sponsored demonstration projects rather than pure research. Section 6020 of the FAST Act authorizes $15 million in FY 2016 and $20 million per year through 2020 specifically for grants to states demonstrating user-based alternative revenue mechanisms to maintain long-term Highway Trust Fund Solvency. Additionally, section 6004 of the FAST Act creates a new program entitled Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment, to be funded at $60 million annually. This program provides grants to eligible entities to develop model deployment sites for large-scale installation and operation of advanced transportation technologies. The FAST Act also provides explicit funding eligibility for the installation of vehicle-to- infrastructure communication equipment within all major FHW A apportionment programs includingNHPP, STBG, HSIP and CMAQ (FAST Act sections 1113, 1114and1407). Performance Management Both the Caltrans January 12, 2015, letter and the California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles requested that Congress allow MAP-21 performance management rulemakings to run their course, and avoid enacting new policies that will delay the implementation of these rules or undermine the work that has been already done. "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California s economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 10of11 The FAST Act does not make significant changes to the performance management policy requirements included in MAP-21. This includes no new national-level performance measures beyond what is currently being developed through the federal rulemaking process. However, FAST Act section 1406 changes from two to one the number ofreporting cycles after which penalties are imposed against State Departments of Transportation (State DO Ts) that do not meet their performance targets. Additionally, FAST Act section 1113 modifies the requirement for State DOTs to collect Model Inventory of Roadway Elements (MIRE) data on public roads that are gravel or otherwise unpaved. The FAST Act also includes new provisions (FAST Act section 6028) to enable the U.S. DOT to better support the State DOTs, MPOs, and FHWA in the collection and management of data for performance-based planning and programming. These data-related activities are funded at $10 million per year over the five year duration of the FAST Act. Right-of-Way Reform/Zero-Emission Vehicles The Caltrans January 12, 2015, letter encouraged Congress to review current federal statutory and regulatory requirements imposed on federal-aid and Interstate right-of ways, and stated that modest policy reforms in this area would foster greater partnership between state, local and other public agencies and facilitate additional private sector transportation investment. For example, Caltrans requested that Congress allow the private sector to deploy zero-emission vehicle infrastructure along Interstate and federal-aid highways. Section 1424 of the FAST Act enables FHWA to establish a pilot program allowing five states to utilize innovative approaches to maintaining right-of-ways for federal-aid highways. Section 1413 of the FAST Act directs the U.S. DOT, within one year of enactment, to designate national electric vehicle charging and hydrogen/propane/NG fueling corridors. In its January 12, 2015 letter, Caltrans also requested explicit authority to transfer park-and-ride lots on federal-aid routes to local agencies that plan to make capital improvements, integrate them fully into the regional transit systems, and in some cases, construct transit-oriented developments around them. Section 1423 of the FAST Act enables State DOTs to relinquish park-and-ride lot facilities or portions of these facilities on ft(deral-aid routes to local agencies. Tribal Transportation The California Surface Transportation Consensus Principles supported establishing a Tribal Self-Governance program at U.S. DOT that will streamline grant funding and administration between the federal and tribal governments, and an increase in funding for the Tribal Transportation Program. Section 1121 of the FAST Act creates a Tribal Transportation Self-Governance Program; and section 1101 increases Tribal Transportation Program funding from $450 million in FY 2015 to $465 million in FY 2016 growing to $505 million in FY 2020 (a five-year total of $2.425 billion; an annual average of $485 million). "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California s economy and livability" Executive Board Members December 11, 2015 Page 11of11 Rescission FAST Act Section 1438 rescinds $7.6 billion of unobligated contract authority on July 1, 2020, which would be derived from Federal-aid highway program categories other than the HSIP, Railway-Highway Crossings Program, Metropolitan Planning, and sub allocated portions of STBG. In addition, non-exempt program dollars are required to be rescinded on a proportional basis. According to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) as of the end of FY 2015, $15.2 billion ofunobligated contract authority was carried by all states. FAST Act Implementation Strategy • In October 2015, Caltrans convened a small Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Implementation Working Group that includes California transportation stakeholders, local and tribal government organizations, Caltrans, California State Transportation Agency, California Transportation Commission staff. The Working Group is meeting on December 11, and will meet regularly, perhaps as often as biweekly or weekly to: • Coordinate technical analysis/whitepapers etc. necessary to implement the newly enacted law (i.e., work through and analyze what the bill does). • Develop a consensus with stakeholders on a state legislative implementation proposal. • Develop a communications/messaging strategy for how the new law will be implemented. • Form working/technical subgroups to address the long-term implementation\issues. "Provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California s economy and livability" AGENDA ITEM 7 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 7. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 25, 2016 IU: 1 ecnrnca1 Aav1sory vu11111 mLt:t: FROM: Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: Active Transportation Program -MPO Cycle 2/Cycle 3 Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: ATP Cycle 2- On January 7, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) submitted the six county transportation commissions' recommendations for the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Active Transportation Program Cycle 2 (Fiscal Years 2016/17 through Fiscal Year 2018/19) to the California Transportation Commission (CTC). Riverside County's share of ATP MPO Cycle 2 is $9,203,863, which is enough to fund nine projects included in the attached recommended project list. As you may recall from the November TAC meeting agenda item on the 2015 ATP Update, three projects in Riverside County had scores of 80. Two of these three projects are recommended to be funded in ATP Cycle 2; the third project, for the city of Coachella, will be funded with CMAQ and will be combined with a similar project that received CMAQ funds from CVAG's prior CMAQ call for projects. · Caltrans is required to conduct eligibility reviews for the MPO Cycle 2 projects. The eligibility review may deem certain project components/line items ineligible for ATP funds. If this occurs, staff will contact local agencies to determine if they can fund the ineligible costs with local fund sources. In addition, staff will also review other eligible fund sources that may cover these costs. Staff anticipates the eligibility reviews will be complete next month. ATP Cycle 3- At last week's CTC meeting, ATP Cycle 3 guidelines were released for public comment. The current schedule for ATP Cycle 3 is that the Call for Projects will be released on March 30, 2016 and applications will be due to Caltrans on June 15, 2016. There have been some changes to the criteria. One is that the Disadvantage Communities (DAC) points will be reduced from 1 O to 5 points. This change was made in an effort to provide more equity to projects that do not directly benefit DACs. Advocates raised concerns about the importance of ATP projects in DACs and that the 10 points are needed to ensure DACs are appropriately addressed. Another change would be providing 5 points for projects requesting construction funds that received pre-construction funding in a previous cycle. Planning funds are being reduced from 3 percent to 2 percent although advocates and some regional agencies expressed interest to keep funding planning activities at 3 percent. Staff is participating in efforts to provide comments on the Draft ATP guideiines and welcome any input from TAC members. Memorandum TAB46 To: CHAIR AND COMMISSIONERS CTCMeeting: January 20-21, 2016 Reference No.: Action From: subject: ADOPTION OF 2015 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (ATP) METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (MPO) COMPONENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS RESOLUTION G-16-06 ISSUE: Should the Commission adopt the 2015 Active Transportation Program (ATP) Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) component for Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) as recommended by staff? · RECOMMENDATION: Commission staff recommends that the Commission adopt the 2015 ATP MPO component for SCAG in accordance with the attached resolution and the staff recommendations, noting any specific changes, corrections, or exceptions to staff recommendations. SCAG requested adoption of their ATP MPO component as a separate item from the other eight agencies that participate in the MPO component of the ATP due to their board adoption schedule. The staff recommendations are based on consistency with the ATP MPO competitive program project selection criteria set forth in the 2015 ATP Guidelines and the following: • Funding levels identified in the 2015 ATP Fund Estimate; • Eligibility for the program; • MPO multidisciplinary advisory group scores; and • Statutory requirements In summary, staff recommends that ATP funds of $76,071,000 be programmed to 49 projects valued at $125,316,000. This recommendation includes ATP funds totaling $59,537,000 (78% of $76,071,000) for 41 projects benefiting disadvantaged communities. Additionally, 30 of the 49 projects are designated as state-only funded. One ofSCAG's recommended projects, the City of Santa Ana, Pedestrian and Bicyclist Count Program was determined ineligible and is not recommended for inclusion in the program. SCAG is aware of this determination and will bring a substitute project forward for inclusion in the program at a subsequent Commission meeting. STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CHAIR AND COMMISSIONERS Reference No.: 4.23 January 20-21, 2016 Page 2of5 These recommendations are not authorization to begin work on a project. Contracts may not be awarded and/or work cannot begin until an allocation is approved by the Commission for a project in the adopted program. BACKGROUND: Legislation creating and requiring the Commission to adopt the ATP was signed by the Governor on September 26, 2013. The Commission adopted the Fund Estimate and the program guidelines for the 2015 ATP in March 2015. The 2015 ATP includes three years of programming, 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018.,19, with $359.1 million in funding capacity for the following program components:* • Statewide (50% or $179.559 million) • Small Urban & Rural (10% or $35.910 million) • Large MPO (40% or $143.640 million) *A minimum 25% (89.775) of all ATP funds must benefit disadvantaged communities. The Commission adopted the Statewide (50%) and Small Urban & Rural (10%) ATP components on October 20, 2015. Projects not programmed in the statewide competitive component were distributed to large MPOs based on locution. The nine large urban MPOs comprising the ATP MPO component were authorized to defer project selection to the Commission or administer a supplemental specific call for projects. MPOs electing to administer a supplemental call for projects were required to include projects not selected through the statewide ATP competitive component in their programming decisions. Five of the nine MPOs chose to conduct a supplemental call for projects. MPOs were provided the option to apply the statewide competitive project selection criteria or propose different project selection criteria if approved by the Commission. The Commission approved amendments to the 2015 ATP guidelines allowing different project selection criteria for the following MPOs: Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG), San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), Fresno Council of Governments (FCOG), and Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG). The Kem Council of Governments (KemCOG), Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) and Stanislaus Council of Governments (StanCOG) did not propose amendments to the 2015 ATP guidelines. Commission staff reviewed MPO program submittals for consistency with the ATP guidelines and overall project eligibility. MPO program recommendations"were supported by an explanation of the project selection methodology applied and a list of the multidisciplinary advisory group members that assisted in project evaluations. Most of the MPOs provided project contingency lists adopted in the event of project delivery failure. To be eligible for ATP funds, upon MPO notification of project delivery failure, the Commission must first approve an amendment to delete the programmed project STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CHAJR AND COMMISSIONERS Reference No.: 4.23 January 20-21, 2016 Page 3of5 and add a project identified on the contingency list into the MPO program. Projects identified on an MPO adopted contingency list are valid for consideration by the Commission only until adoption of th:e subsequent eyele's Statewide and Small Urban & Rural components. The following tables summarize SCAG's proposed programming recommendations: SCAG 49 17,657 42,229 16,185 76,071 76,296 Total 49 17,657 42,229 16,185 76,071 76,296 225 Cumulative Programmed 17,657 59,886 76,071 Cumulative Capacity 25,432 50,864 76,296 Cumulative Under {Over} Fund 7,775 (9,022} 225 Estimate SCAG 41 59,537 19,074 {40,463} Total 41 59,537 19,074 (40,463) STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CHAIR AND COMMISSIONERS FUND ESTIMATE AND GUIDELINES FOR THE 2015 ATP Reference No.: 4.23 January 20-21, 2016 Page4 of5 The development of the 2015 ATP began with the Commission's adoption of the 2015 ATP Fund Estimate and the ATP Guidelines on March 26, 2015. 2015 ATP Fund Estimate The 2015 ATP Fund Estimate covered the four-year period of the 2015 ATP., 2015-16 to 2018-19, with an estimated total new programming capacity of $359.1 million. This capacity includes three years (2016-17, 2017~ 18, and 2018-19) of estimated state and federal funds. Fifty percent of the total ($179.55) is set aside for the Statewide competitive component, ten percent ($35.9l)is set aside for the Small Urban & Rural competitive component,amifortyp-ercent{tt43:6--4)is-setcrsitleforthetarge MPO competitive component. SUMMARY OF 2015 ATP CAPACITY ($ in millions) State .E:Iighway Account Federal Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) Federal TAP Recreational Trails Other Federal Total (may not match Fund Estimate due to rounding) New Capacity $102,600 }gQ.950 5,700 59,850 $ 359,100 STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CHAIR AND COMMISSIONERS ATP Guidelines Reference No.: 4.23 January 20-21, 2016 Page 5of5 Policies and Procedures Specific to the 2015 ATP The following specific policies and procedures address the particular circumstances of the 2015 ATP: Schedule. The following schedule lists the major milestones for the development and adoption of the 2015 ATP: Commission adopts Fund Estimate Commission adopts ATP Guidelines Call for projects Applications due to Crutrans Commission Approves/Rejects MPO Optional Guidelines CTC Staff recommendations for Statewide and Smrul Urban and Rural Components Commission adopts Statewide and Smrul Urban and Rurru Components MPO programming recommendations to CTC Commission adopts MPO selected projects --SCAG March 26, 2015 March 26, 2015 March 26, 2015 June 1, 2015 June 25, 2015 September 15, 2015 October 21, 2015 November 16, 2015 January 20-21, 2015 ATTACHMENTS TO 2015 ATP MPO STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS • MPO Component Staff Recommendation (SCAG) • MPO Submittal • Southern Cruifornia Association of Governments STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 2015 Active Transportation Program -MPO Component -Southern California Association of Governments ere STAFF RECOMMENDATION MPO Co Agency Project Tiiie SCAG IMP Citv of El Centro Establishment of SR2S Program & Bicycle Route lmcrovements SCAG IMP. lmcerlal Countv Pedestrian Master Plan SCAG LA Citv of Downev South Downev SRTS SCAG LA Citv of Downev Downev Bike Share and Safetv Education SCAG LA Cltv of Cudahv Wiicox Avenue Comolete Street and SRTS Prolect SCAG LA Cltv of La Verne La Verne Reszlonal Commuter Blcvcle Gao Closure Prolect SCAG LA Citv of Huntington Park Uncontrolled Crosswalk Pedestrian Safetv Enhancement Prolect SCAG LA Port of Long Beach South Water Front/Pier I Bike and Pedestrian Path SCAG LA Citv of Torrance Downtown Torrance Active Transportation Improvement Prolect SCAG LA Cltv oflvnwood Communltv Llnka .. s to Civic Center and Lon• Beach Blvd. Metro Station SCAG LA Port of Lon• Beach Coastal Bike Trail Connector-Ocean Blvd, Long Beach SCAG LA City of Los An•eles Broadwav Historic Theater District Pedestrian lmcrovements 4·6th Streets SCAG LA LA Countv MTA Metro Rall to Rall Active Transoortatlon Corridor Se2ment A·l SCAG LA Citv of Los An2eles Colorado Bl Pedestrian and Blcvcle Active Transoortatlon lmcrovements SCAG LA City of Bellflower Bellflower and Paramount Joint Active Transcortatio·n Plan SCAG LA Citv of Irwindale Citywide Non Motorized .Design Guidelines and Active Transoortatlon Ac:tlon Plan SCAG LA Cltv of Santa Clarita Junior Hl•h and Hl•h School SRTS Plan SCAG LA Cltv of Downey Pedestrian Plan SGAG ClAA City ef SaRta o'Aa "' .~. SCAG ORA Citv of Santa Ana SRTS Enhancements for Seculveda Elementarv SCAG ORA City of La Habra Guadaluoe Park Reconstruction Prefect SCAG ORA Citv of La Habra Union Pacific Rail Reconstruction Prolect SCAG ORA Cltv of Brea The Tracks at Brea Se2ment 6 SCAG ORA QC Parks Ora02e Countv QC Looo Covote Creek SCAG ORA City of San Clemente Shorecllffs Middle School SRTS Ped Improvements SCAG ORA City of San Clemente Concordia Elementary SRTS Pedestrian & Bicycle Lane Improvement SCAG ORA City of Santa Ana Lincoln Pedestrian Pathwav Connectivity SCAG ORA City of Gar.den Grove MFlrst Mlle" Blcytle & Ped Trall Expansion on PE ROW & Education/Encouragement Attlvltles SCAG ORA City of Anaheim West Street and Citron Street Sidewalk Gap Closure SCAG ORA City of Westmlnlster Garden Grove Boulevard Complete Stre2t Project SCAG ORA Orange Co Transp Authorltv Active Transportation Plan SCAG ORA City of Santa Ana Citywide SRTS Plan SCAG RIV City of San Jacinto San Jacinto Valley Connect SCAG RIV Riverside Co TD Thousand Palms Sidewalk Safetv lmorovements SCAG RIV Riverside Co TD Mecca Sidewalk and Roadwav Safetv lmorovements SCAG RIV Riverside Co TD C.mlno Aventura Sidewalk Safetv lmorovements SCAG RIV City of Riverside Cltw.ilde Blcvcle and Pedestrian lmcrovements SCAG RIV Cltv of Banni02 Bicycle and SRTS Improvements SCAG RIV City of Wlldomar Grand Avenue Multi·Use Trall lmcrovement Prolect SCAG RIV City of Jurupa Vallev Jurupa Vallev High School SRTS SCAG RIV Citv of Moreno Vallev Se•ment of the Juan Bautista De Anza Multl-Use Trail SCAG SBD City of Needles ln·fill Sidewalks, Curbs & Gutters lmorovement Prefect SCAG SBD Citv of Hesoerla Bear Vallev Road Bicvcle Bvoass Phase II SCAG SBD Citv of Ontario SRTS Infrastructure lmorovement Prolect·EI Camino Elementarv SCAG SBD Citv of Victorville Mohave Riverwalk Shared-Use Blcvcle Facllltv SCAG S80 San Bernardino Co Santa Ana River Trail Phase N, Reaches Band C SCAG SBD City of Grand Terrace ATP Planning SCAG VEN Ventura County Rio Real Elementary School-Pedestrian and Street Improvements Project SCAG VEN City of Oxnard New Traffic Signal SCAG VEN City of Ofal Pedestrian and Bike Safetv Improvements: OJal Avenue and Maricopa HWY Totals• •Totals excludl! City of Santa Ana, Pedestrian and 8/cycllst Count Program project SOF: State-Only Funding RW: Right-of-Way Phase CON: Construction Phase PAED: Project Approval/Environmental Document Phase PSE: Plans, Specifications & Estimate Phase DAC: Benefit to Disadvantaged Communities Plan: Active Transportation Plan SRTS: Safe Routes to School NI: Non-Infrastructure California Transportation Commission Toto I PraJect Cast 524 100 469 294 1,371 18,712 1,793 3,563 2,533 2,891 6,660 7,690 20,278 9,843 125 154 200 300 m 310 400 527 1,603 3,230 878 987 1,230 1,941 2,056 3,139 350 615 656 l,085 945 1,002 1.249 1,082 1,541 1,467 1,431 484 376 400 4,700 9,750 295 462 S67 2,833 125,091 ($1,000s) Total Fund SOF 16-17 17-18 111-19 RW CON PAED ....... 524 SOF 277 247 462 . 100 SOF· 100 100 238 SOF 37 201 201 5 180 SOF 180 180 1,344 143 1,201 1,201 11 1,552 1,552 1,152 1,757 172 1,58S 1,$71 14 2,000 2,000 2,000 2027 340 1,687 1,687 2,319 2,319 2,319 4,000 4,000 4,QOO 6,862 1,200 5,662 5 662 120 8,326 8,326 8,326 9,743 1,438 8 305 8,305 1,438 100 SOF 100 100 154 SOF 154 :t54 160 SOF 160 160 300 SOF 150 150 300 = SOI' = . m 310 SOF 20 35 25S 255 20 340 SOF 340 so 466 SOF 466 466 652 652 652 646 646 646 B69 SOF 100 769 169 986 SOF 986 986 1,230 SOF 80 120 1,030 1,030 80 1,891 399 20 1.472 20 l,S46 175 2,056 419 l,637 S6 1,6S2 35 2,7S8 330 2.428 2.428 30 280 SOF 280 280 615 SOF 615 615 646 SOF 100 546 'i46. 10 n5 SOF 148 627 627 40 8Sl SOF 140 711 711 4S 902 SOF 156 746 746 46 1,042 SOF 100 942 942 100 1,082 SOF 120 962 962 20 1,223 SOF 1223 1,223 1,252 SOF in 230 84S 230 84S 4 1,431 115 138 1,178 138 1,125 llS 252 SOF 252 189 12 301 SOF 301 301 368 SOF 46 322 13 322 5 3760 325 3.435 3,435 3,801 1,3Bl 2,420 614 2,420 307 29S SOF 295 295 462 SOF 30 432 462 SlO SOF 15 49S ,495 2,333 230 2,103 2103 76,071 176S7 42,229 16,185 1537 115842 3328 Page 1of1 PSE t DAC Plan SRTS SRTS-NI 62 524 100 32 238 . 180 132 l,344 1,344 400 310 172 1,7S7 400 340 2,319 i 400 1,080 6,862 i 8,326 9,743 100 154 1S4 160 160 I 300 300 m m 35 310 310 290 340 340 466 I 100 434 869 986 120 1,230 150 1,891 313 2056 2,0S6 300 3,139 ' 280 280 615 61S 90 646 108 775 86B 95 851 851 110 902 902 1,042 100 1,082 1,082 I 1,223 1,223 173 l,252 53 1,431 1,431 51 484 i 301 28 368 368 325 460 3,800 3.800 ! 295 29S 295 i 462 15 510 510 230 2,333 2,333 5,364 59;537 1,984 21,586 . l/14/2016 .;,. January 20-21, 2016 CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Adoption 'Of.tile 2915 Aeti'Ye TFanspol'tfttion PFogFam Metropolitan Planning Organization Component --SCAG Resolution No. G-16-06 2.1 WHEREAS Streets and Highways Code Section 2384 requires the California Transportation Commission to adopt a program of projects to receive allocations under the Active Transportation Program (ATP), and 2.2 WHEREAS pursuant to Section 2384, the 2015 ATP is a four-year program covering program years 2015-16, 2016-17;2017-18, and 2018-19, and 2.3 WHEREAS pursuant to Section 2381, the program will be funded by state and federal funds from appropriations in the annual budget, as estimated in the ATP Fund Estimate adopted by the Commission on March 26, 2015, and 2.4 WHEREAS pursuant to Section 2382, the Commission adopted ATP guidelines, to be applicable to the 2015 ATP development process on March 26, 2015, and adopted Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) amended guidelines on May 28, 2015, and June 25, 2015, and · 2.5 WHEREAS the 2015 ATP Fund Estimate provided $359.100 million in ATP programming capacity to be apportioned to Statewide (50%), Small Urban & Rural (10%) and MPO (40%) components, and 2.6 WHEREAS pursuant to Section 2382(c), no less than 25% of overall program funds will benefit disadvantaged communities during each program cycle, and 2. 7 WHEREAS the total amount programmed in each fiscal year may not exceed the amount specified in the adopted Fund Estimate, and 2.8 WHEREAS the Commission adopted the 2015 ATP, Statewide and Small Urban & Rural components'on October 21, 2015 consisting of 114 projects totaling $215,447,000 of ATP funds, and 2.9 WHEREAS the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) requested their program recommendations be adopted as a separate item from the other MPOs due to their board adoption schedule; 2.10 WHEREAS the City of Santa Ana, Pedestrian and Bicyclist Count Program project has been determined to be ineligible for the ATP and will not be included in staff recommendations for SCAG's 2015 ATP MPO component, and 2.11 WHEREAS the staff recommendations conform to the Fund Estimate and other requirements of statute for the ATP. 2.12 NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the California Transportation Commission hereby adopts the 2015 ATP MPO component -SCAG, to include the program described in the staff recommendations, including the attachments to thisresolution, and 2015 ATP MPO Component Adoption CTC Resolution G-16-06 Pagel 2.13 2.14 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that having a project included in the adopted 2015 ATP MPO component is not authorization to Qegin work on that project. Contracts may not be awarded and/or work cannot begin until an allocation is approved by the Commission for a project in the adopted program, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the MPO contingency lists are not recommended for programming and are included for information only, and 2.15 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if available funding is less than assumed in the Fund Estimate, . _ .. --·-_J:h~.Com..missiml.mayJJ..!,;ifQrc;~_qJ~t.d!;llay or restrict allocations usjng interim allocation plans, or, if avaifable funding proves to be greater than assumed, it may be possible to allocate funding to some 2.16 projects earlier than the year programmed, and · BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Commission staff, in consultation with the Department and regional agencies, is authorized to make further technical ch1u1ges in cost, schedules, and descriptions for projects in the 2015 ATP MPO component, consistent with the Fund Estimate, in order to reflect the most current information, or to clarify the Commission's programming commitments, with report of any substantive changes back to the Commission for approval at the March 16-17, 2016 meeting. SOUTHERH CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Main Office 818 West 7th Street 12th Floor Los Angeles, CaJifornia 90017-3435 t (213) 236-1800 f(213) 236-1825 www.scag.ca.gov Officers President Cheryl Viegas-Walker, El Centro First Vice President Michele Martinez. Santa Ana Second Vice President Margaret Finlay, Duarte Immediate Past President Carl Morehouse, San Buenaventura Executive/ Administration Committee Chair ·Cheryl Viegas-Walker. El Centro Policy Committee Chairs Community, Economic and Human Development Bill Jahn, Big Bear Lake Energy & Environment Deborah Robertson, Rialto Transportation Alan Wapner, San Bernardino Associated Governments January 7, 2016 Will Kempton California Transportation Commission 1120 N Street, Room 2233 (MS-52) Sacramento, CA 95814 . January 7, 2016 . ~ Dear Mr. ~'lJ . . The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is pleased to submit to you the SCAG Active Transportation Program (ATP) Regional Project List for consideration and approval by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) during the January 20, 2016 meeting. The recommended program of projects meets the requirements established by state law, and in the 2015 California Active Transportation Program Guidelines. The projects were selected in collaboration with the six Southern California County Transportation Commissions, Caltrans and the CTC using the process outlined in SCAG's 2015 Act_ive Transportation Program Regional Guidelines, which were approved by the CTC on June 25, 2015. Key elements of the selection process included: • Projects not selected from the statewide competition were considered for funding in the regional program. SCAG did not issue a separate Call for Projects or supplemental application. • Initial projectscoring was completed as part of the statewide competition managed by CTC staff. • Each county had the ability to mqdify preliminary scores by adding up to 10 points to projects that were determined by the Boards of the respective County Transportation Commissions to be consistent with local and regional plans. • The project list was approved by the Boards of each of the County Transportation Commissions and SCAG. Attached is the SCAG Regional Council Report approving the 2015 Regional Active Transportation Program: Recommended Project List and Contingency List. I want to thank you and your staff for your collaboration on the development of the 2015 ATP Regional Project List. The ATP is a critical resource for improving mobility in our region and meeting the goals of our Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities. We look forward to continuing to work with you to enhance the program over time to meet the tremendous need in our region. The Regional Council consists of 86 elected officials representing 191 cities, six counties, six County Transportation Commissions, one representative from the Transportation Corridor Agencies, one Tribal Government representative and one representative for the Air Districts within Southern California. 2015.9.l If you have any questions pertaining to this letter, please contact Stephen Patchan of my staff at (213) 236-1923 or by email at Patchan@scag.ca.gov. Sincerely, Hasan lkhrata, Executive Director Southern California Association of Governments 4ILA SILA GILA 71LA alLA 9ILA 10lLA 11ltA 12ltA 13ILA 14IORA 1SIORA 16IORA 17IORA lBIORA 19IORA 20IORA 21IORA 22IORA 23IORA ~~ 2sfciRA 26JRIV 27IRIV 28lRIV 29IRIV 30lRIV 31IRIV 32IRIV 33IR1V 34IRIV 3Slsao 36]580 371580 3BISBO 391580 40/VEN SIORA 6ISBD 7ILA BIORA 2015 SCAG ATP Regional Program Recommended Project List 3563 :ZS33 2891 6660 7690 20278 9843 225 31D 400 527 1603 3230 S7S 9'7 12301 1941 2056 m; 656] 1o8s 945 1002 1249 1082 1541 14671 1431 4S4 376 615 2139 20001 2027 2319 4000 6862 1326 9743 225 310' 34D 466 652 646 S69 9S6 1230 1891 lli!I 2758 ~ 77S SS! 9D2 1042 10Sli 1223 12521 1431 252 3DI 615 20041 1S8S 20001 D 3401 16B71 DI 2319 40001 12001 5662 OI 83261 O 14381 ct uos 225 201 351 255 3401 0 4661 0 652 •. 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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Per the California Tra11sportation Conunissi011s · (CTC) adopted Active Transportation Program Guidelines and SCAG's adopted Southern California Active Transportation Program Project Selection Process, SCAG and the Co1mty Transportation Commissions lzave collaborated to develop a recommended list of projects· to be funded under the Regiona.l Program of the 2015 Active Transportation Program (ATP). The Regional Program includes 50 projects recommended for awards totaling $76.296 million. Upon approval by SCAG, the Regional Program will be Sllbmitted to the CTC and programmed into the ATP dllring Jmmary 20, 2016 CTC meeting. The staff recommendations for the Regional Program were submitted at the November 2015 Regional Council and policy committees for board member review, a11d subsequently were approved by all of the county transportation commissions. STRATEGIC PLAN: This item supports SCAG Strategic Plan, Goal 2 Obtain Regional Transportation Infrastructure Funding and Promote Legislative Solutions for Regional Planning Priorities, Objective 1 Identify new infrastructure funding opportunities with State, Federal and private partners, of the Strategic Plan. BACKGROUND: SCAG is required by federal and state law to recommend to the CTC a regional program of projects to be funded through the ATP. The Regional Program must meet the requirements of California Active Transportation Program Guidelines. which describe the policy standards. criteria, ·and procedures for implementing Senate Bill 99, Assembly Bill 101 and the federal MAP 21 Transportation Alternatives program. SCAG collaborated with the county transportation commissions to develop the recommended Regional Program. The Southern Califorrua Regional ATP is a component of a broader statewide active transportation funding program that includes three components: a Statewide competition, Small Urban and Rural competition, and MPO competitions (like SCAG's recommended Regional Program). A total of $360 million will be awarded statewide in FY ' 16 through FY ' 19 as a result of all three components. $76.296 million of the $360 million program budget is set aside for the Southern California Regional Program. Selection of the Regional Program is preceded by the announcement of awards from the Page 25 t:;1') ~~~~~1:~·~':1··;. ~__,,,.f '"'1·11 11 ________________ _ Statewide competition, on October 21, 2015. All project proposals within the SCAG region that were not selected in the Statewide competition were considered for funding in the Regional Program. SCAG did not host a separate Cati for Projects. Proiect Selection Process & Recommended Proiect List Per the adopted 2015 Active Transportation Program: Regional Guidelines, the Regional Program includes two funding categories: Implementation Projects and Planning Projects. Ninety-seven percent ($74 million) of the total Regional Program budget is recommended to fund 42 Implementation Projects. Implementation Projects were selected to ensure each county had the opportunity to receive its population-based share of available funding in the Implementation category~ The Implementation Projects were first ranked by county using the scores received as part of the Caltrans review process for the statewide competition, and then supplemented by the respective county transportation commission by up to 10 points (on a 110 point scale). The resulting ranked lists in each county provided the basis for the selection of Implementation Projects. Three percent ($1.9 million) of the total Regional Program budget is being recommended to fund eight planning projects. These projects were ranked and selected based on the scores received as part of the Caltrans review process for the statewide competition. The recommended project list meets all requirements established by the state, including exceeding the 25% target for investment in disadvantaged communities (the SCAG region awarded approximately 83 % of funding to disadvantaged communities),· funding a broad spectrum of projects, and considering geographic equity. In addition to selecting projects for inclusion in the Regional Program, SCAG is also authorized to recommend a Contingency List (attached) of projects to be funded should an awarded project fail to move forward. Next Steps Upon approval by SCAG, the Regional Program wil1 be submitted to the CTC and programmed into the. ATP during January 20, 2016 CTC meeting. SCAG, staff in collaboration with the county transportation commissions, will work with CTC staff to identify which projects should be funded with state-only funds. The remainder of the projects will be funded with federal dollars. Successful project sponsors will be notified by SCAG of their award and receive further direction on program requirements and funding allocation. SCAG will work in partnership with Caltrans, CTC and county transportation commissions to support project sponsors, track project delivery, and recommend modifications to-the Regional Program, if needed. The County Transportation Commissions will continue to play a leading role in programming activities for the implementation projects within each county, while SCAG will provide support for all awarded planning projects region wide. A contact list including lead ATP staff at SCAG, Caltrans Districts, and the County Transportation Commissions is attached and will be posted on SCAG's website, in addition to other information for successful project sponsors. FISCAL IMPACT: Funding is included in SCAG's FY 2015-16 Overall Work Program (OWP) Budget. Staffs work budget for the current fiscal year is included in FY 2015-16 OWP 050-SCG00169.0l. ATTACHMENTS: I. 2015 Regional Active Transportation Program: Recommended Project List 2. 2015 Regional Active Transportation Program: Contingency List 3. Southern California ATP Staff Contact List .,~it' l~,~~) :,~,:~·:·::.::':.\ Page 26 _ _.. IMPLEMENTATION PROJECTS City of El Centro *2 LA City of Downey 3LA City of Downey 4 LA City of Cudahy 5 LA City of La Verne 6 LA City of Huntington Park 7 LA Port of Long Beach 8 LA City ofTorrance 9 LA City of Lynwood 10 LA Port of Long Beach 11 LA City of Los Angeles 12 LA Los Angeles County MTA 13 LA City of Los Angeles 14 ORA City of Santa Ana lS ORA City of Santa Ana 16 ORA City of La Habra 17 ORA City of La Habra --is ORA City of Brea 19 ORA OC Parks Orange County 20 ORA City of San Clemente 21 ORA City of San Clemente 22 ORA City of Santa Ana 23 ORA City of Garden Grove 24 ORA City of Anaheim 2S ORA City of Westminister 26 RIV City of San Jacinto 27 RIV Riverside County Transp Department 28 RIV Riverside CountyTransp Department 29 RIV Riverside County Transp. Department 30 RIV City of Riverside 31 RIV City of Banning 32 RIV City of Wildomar 33 RIV City of Jurupa Valley 34 RIV City of Moreno Valley 35 SBD City of Needles 36 SBD City of Hesperia 37 SBD City of Ontario 38 SBD City of Victorville 39 SBD San Bernardino County 40 VEN Ventura County 41 VEN City of Oxnard 42 VEN City of Ojai PLANNING PROJECTS 2 LA 3 LA 4 LA City of Santa Clarita 5 ORA Orange County Transportation Authority 6 SBD City of Grand Terrace 7 LA City of Downey 8 ORA City of Santa Ana *Total Fund Request was reduced from $250 to $238 **Total Fund Request was reduced from $74,304 to $74,292 ***Total Fund Request was increased from $88k to $100k ****Total Fund Request was increased from $1992 to $2004 2015 ATP Regional Program Recommended Project List Establishment of SR2S Program & Bicycle Route Improvements South Downey SRT5 Downey Bike Share and Safety Education Wilcox Avenue Complete Streets and SRTS Project La Verne Regional Commuter Bicycle Gap Closure Project Uncontrolled Crosswalk Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Project South Water Front/Pier j Bike and Pedestrian Path Downtown Torrance Active Transportation Improvement Project Community Linkages to Civic Center and Long Beach blvd Metro Station Coastal Bike Trail Connector-Ocean Blvd, Long Beach Broadway Historic Theater District Pedestrian Improvements 4th-6th Streets Metro Rail to Rail Active Transportation Corridor Segment A-1 Colorado Bl Pedestrian and Bicycle Active Transportation Improvements Pedestrian and Bicyclist Count Program SRTS Enhancements for Sepulveda Elementary Guadalupe Park Reconstruction Project Union Pacific Rail Line Bikeway Prqject The Tracks at Brea Segment 6 OC Loop Coyote Creek Shorecliffs Middle School SRTS Ped Improvements Concordia Elementary SRTS Pedestrian & Bicycle Lane Improvement Lincoln Pedestrian Pathway Connectivity •First Mile" Bicycle and Ped Trail Expansion on the PE ROW and Education/Encouragement Activities West Street and Citron Street Sidewalk Gap Closure. Garden Grove Boulevard Complete Street Project San Jacinto Valley Connect Thousand Palms Sidewalk Safety Improvements Mecca Sidewalk and Roadway Safety Improvements Camino Aventura Sidewalk Safety Improvements Citywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Bicycle and SRTS Improvements Grand Avenue Multi-Use Trail Improvement Project Jurupa Valley High School SRTS Segment of the Juan Bautista De Anza Multi-use Trail In-fill Sidewalks, Curbs & Gutters Improvement Project Bear Valley Road Bicycle Bypass Phase II SRTS Infrastructure lmprovemenf Project-El Camino Elementary Mohave Riverwalk Shared-Use Bicycle Facility Santa Ana River Trail Phase IV, Reaches Band C Rio Real Elementary School-Pedestrian and Street Improvements Project New Traffic Signal Pedestrian and Bike Safety Improvements: Ojai Avenue and Maricopa Hwy Total** Bellflower and Paramount Joint Active Transportation Plan Citywide Non Motorized Design Guidelines and Active Transportation Action Plan Junior High and High School SRTS Plan Active Transportation Plan ATP Planning Pedestrian Plan Citywide SRTS Plan Total**** 469 238 294 180 1371 1344 18712 15S2 1793 17S7 3S63 2000 2S33 2027 2891 2319 6660 4000 7690 6862 20278 8326 9843 9743 22S 22S 310 310 400 340 S27 466 -1603 6S2 3230 646 878 869 987 986 1230 1230 1941 1891 20S6 20S6 3139 27S8 6S6 646 108S 77S 94S 8S1 1002 902 1249 1042 1082 1082 1S41 1223 1467 12S2 1431 1431 484 2S2 376 301 400 368 4700 3760 97S 3801 462 462 S67 510 2833 2333 123177 74292 125 100 154 154 200 160 350 280 295 295 300 300 615 615 2139 2004 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Dist Co 11 IMP 11 IMP 11 IMP 11 IMP 11 IMP . . 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA Applicant Brawley Imperial County Quechan Indian Tribe Imperial County Imperial County .. · --:::: .. :..< ... · .... ·· ,<..... .. ','' ' ::.1,, ·,,. i· :'. ::,·.· Baldwin Park Los Angeles Los Angeles Santa Monica Santa Monica Watershed Conservation Authority Los Angeles County Baldwin Park South Gate Alhambra San Fernando Carson Los Angeles Los Angeles County Los Angeles County Los Angeles Los Angeles County Pasadena Pico Rivera Redondo Beach Burbank Los Angeles Los Angeles County Palmdale Los Angeles County MTA Los Angeles County MTA Alhambra Lancaster Los Angeles DPW Pasadena South El Monte Bellflower Monterey Park La Mirada Pomona Temple Los Angeles Santa Clarita 2015 ATP Regional Program: ATTA( ,HMENT 2 Contigency List (By County) .· .. '•' '• Total Tital i Project Title Project F nd Score• Cost Rec uest Downtown Pedestrian and Bicycle Connections 6,564 I ,567 72.00 Herber Townsite-Sidewalk Improvements Near Herber Elem School on Parkyns Ave from 11th Street to 5th Street 1,354 ,182 68.00 Fort Yuma Multi-Purpose Pathway Project 677 679 66.00 Sii:fewalk Curb and Gutter in the Township of Seely 1,628 ,584 55.00 Aten Road Class I Bicycle Path Improvements S91 520 40.00 '. : .... ·~;,\: " ''.:::1;. ·.::'·.,:.''. . ·:· :. _,:: :> .. <·::'.',,::,:.::··,_:1.,)'' ·::-:., .. ·.'·. ' ... ; ''::'' :·· .: . _:.; ,, . :· <. ,.,' ;• '· ·.,· ... ' ·. , .. . .. ' Maine Ave/Pacific Ave Corridor Complete Streets Improvements 2,105 ,754 83.00 LANI -West Boulevard Community Linkages Project 1,968 ,623 83.00 R~gional Bike Share Program Expansion 2,805 ,805 82.00 Personalized Travel Planning and Safer Streets Campaign 600 480 82.00 SRTS 1,458 ,221 82.00 San Gabriel River Bike Trail Gap Closure, Roundabout and Park Entry Improvements 2,340 ,760 81.25 S~n Jose Creek Trail-Phase II 13,430 I ,950 80.50 Ramona Boulevard Express Bikeway 1,978 ,978 79.00 South Gate Regional Bikeway Connectivity Project 5,197 ,597 78.00 Uncontrolled Crosswalk Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Project 1,642 ,379 77.50 P~coima Wash Bikeway and Pedestrian Path 5,897 I ,293 77.00 Dominguez Channel Bike Path Improvements 1,419 ,419 76.50 Walk Pico I A Catalyst for Community Vitality and Connectivity 2,410 ,950 76.00 Temple Avenue Complete Street Improvements 2,076 • ,076 76.00 West Athens 110th Street Bicycle Boulevard Gap Closure 631 505. 76.00 LANI-Gaffey Street Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project 1,440 ,440 75.00 Overhill Drive Complete Street Improvements 5,923 ,118 75.00 S~TS Education and Encouragement 867 867 7S.OO Rl\/era Elementary and Middle School SRTS Pedestrian and Bike Access Improvements 1,801 ,751 7S.OO R~gional Comm.uter Bicycle Gap Closure Project . 1,871 ,8i7 75.oo Chandler Bikeway Extension and San Fernando Bikeway GaP Closure 7,931 ,332 74.00 B~oadway Historic Theater District Pedestrian Improvements 8th-9th Streets 3,930 : ,368 74.00 rv,arvln Braude Beach Trail Gap Closure ' 5,584 ',108 74.00 C(vic Center Complete Streets 2,744 ,195 74.00 Union Station Master Plan-Los Angeles Crossing 8,686 ,786 73.00 I rv1etro Bike Share Priority Pilot Implementation in Pasadena 5,271 I ,171 72.00 J'v1ission Rd and Front Street Ped and Sidewalk Enhancement Project 2,187 ,837 71.00 3$th Street West SRTS Class I Facilities 960 768 71.00 C~ntral-Jefferson High Green Alley Network 3,490. ,500 71.00 Bikeway Active Transportation Poject 6,512 1,512 71.00 Santa Anita Avenue Revitalization Project 1,860 ,860 71.00 B¢11flower Bike and Pedestrian Path Interconnect and SRTS 394 338 70.00 ll.1onterey Park Bike Project 338 304 69.00 Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Project 853 835 68.00 Phase 3 Implementation for Pomona Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements 4,438 ,238 68.00 Las Tunas Corridor Complete Streets Improvements Project 2,635 ,077 67.00 Santa Monica Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project 1,073 ,073 66.00 Railroad Avenue Class I Bike and Pedestrian Trail 7,643 I ,794 65.00 Page 28 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 so 51 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA 7 LA .. / 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA 12 ORA Bell Gardens Long Beach UCLA Santa Clarita South El Monte Torrance Montebello Compton Bell Irwindale Cerritos Duarte Lynwood ·':·i: ,,: ,' ., :'~·:·;' '.<' , .• ,·,:·,:.j '.':},:' ,;,:\'.', •:· ···!,':" Santa Ana Costa Mesa Orange Santa Ana Santa Ana Garden Grove Sah Clemente Laguna Hills Laguna Hills Seal Beach Brea Santa Ana Mission Viejo Anaheim Lake Forest OC Parks Orange County Santa Ana Costa Mesa Santa Ana Irvine Irvine Los Alamitos Fou_ntain Valley Huntington Beach Newport Beach Irvine Ga·rden Grove Orange County Orange Costa Mesa Laguna Beach Tustin Costa Mesa 2015 ATP. Regional Program: Contigency List (By County) Southe st Cities Active Transportation Master Plan 767 767 64.00 PE Righ of Way Connections 9,225 8,977 64.00 Using Ci, LAvia to Engage Communities for Broader and more Inclusive Active Transportation in Lo.s Angeles 1,740 1,740 64.00 ATP Downtown Newhall MetrolinkStation 250 200 63.00 Monte Vista ES SRTS project 1,577 1,S77 63.00 Del Amo Transportation Enhancen:ients from Crenshaw Blvd to Western Ave 4,113 3,064 63.00 Montebello Boulevard ATP Improvement Project 5,808 4,240 61.50 Central Avenue Active Transportation Safety Improvements 2,963 2,483 61.00 Florence Avenue Pedestrian Improvements 2,405 1,862 55.00 Ramo.n ~ Boulevard Bicycle and Pedestrian Gap Closure Safety Improvements 600 600 53.00 Im prov l!ments to Various Arterial. Ped Crossings near Cerritos Schools 116 99 41.00 Active< nd Accessible Duarte Multipurpose Trail Improvements 1,297 1,297 39.50 Pedest1 Ian Transit Corridor Project 2,668 2,668 23.00 ·:•<:.'.::;:;,,::>•.• '. .,•·:·.••:.:.·-··,:i;fo''/i;,, "·'' ···,;2(;:,• ?·: :'.·":..'''·:,·: '.'.,•,: ·'', '. '. ,'..' : ·.".'''' ::/·>'.;_.'\.'.' :,. . .-, '.;,'._ .. :. · .. · .. _: ·:' •. "'· ·'·· ·. ,'. ~-::·:· ..;_· ·' ···:·",: ·"·· :' ,• ·. SRTS E1 hancements for Muir Elementary 571 571 73.00 Adams vat Pine Dr/S St Access Improvements 921 921 70.00 Ped est Ian Countdown Signals ,, 385 340 68.00 Ross St eet Protected Bike Lanes 3,204 3,204 68.00 First St eet Pedestrian Improvements 5,475 5,475 67.00 Cha pm an &.Lamplighter Traffic Signal 207 180 66.00 Southe n Extension -San Clemente Beach Trail 1,459 1,246 66.00 La Paz pen Space Bikeway Project 706 625 65.00 Comm~nity Center to Indian Hill Lane Multi-Use Trail 650 550 65.00 Lamps1 n Avenue Bike Lane Gap Closure.Project 1,300 1,095 65.00 Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections .to "The Tracks at Brea Trail" 395 395 64.00 Ped est Ian and Bicyclist Education Campaign 474 474 63.00 Arroyo Trabuco Regional Multi-Use Trail Access and Regional Connector 1,241 1,241 62.00 La Pain a Avenue Sidewalk Gap Closure at Whittler Street. 343 343 60.00 Foothil Ranch Elementary School Zone and Crosswalk 112 112 59.00 OC Loops Segments F and H 3;322 434 59.00 Citywide Bike Parking 1,400 1,400 56.00 Merrimac Way Multipurpose Trail 865 865 54.00 Complete Streets SRTS Study Along Pacific Avenue 110 110 53.00 Walnut Trail Rehabilitation Project 250 250 53.00 Bicycle Friendly Intersection Project 442 442 51.50 Bike/Ped Bridge of Los Alamitos 3,381 3,231 51.50 Fountain Valley Pedestrian Pathway Improvement within School Zones 261 235 51.00 Multi-Use Blufftop Path 1,861 1,761 51.00 Superior Avenue Pedestrian and Bicycle Overcrossing 2,937 2,350 51.00 SRTS 250 250 47.50 Valley View Alley Rehabilitation 733 676 43.00 Southv 1est Anaheim Sidewalk Improvements 4,276 4,276 43.00 Almon Avenue Sidewalk Construction 295 295 42.QO 5RT5F ashing Crosswalks 273 273 41.00, Tempi! Hills Drive Pedestrian Improvements 1,178 598 38.00 Tustin egacy Pedestrian/Bike Trail and Bridges 11,942 6,257 38.00 Eastside SRTS Traffic Calming 2,232 2,232 36.00 Page 29 34 35 36 37 38 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 L : 2015 ATP Regional Program: Contigency list (By County) 12 ORA Irvine Ridge Valley Off-Street Bikeway Project 499 499 34.00 12 ORA Anaheim Orange Avenue Sidewalk Gap Closure 577 577 32.00 12 ORA Orange Katella Avenue Sidewalk Improvements 315 375 28.00 2 ORA Costa Mesa Adams Avenue Multipurpose Trail 2,861 ,861 24.00 12 ORA OC Parks Orange County OC Loop Segment D 8,904 ,196 24.00 :: ·' . :· .··· :; .··. ·: .. : ;•.:. •.:• < :· /.:: :, ........... '··· :• '. .. ;.:;: ··,·.:\:'.: •.;,.-,::.-. ;· '·-:· :: : .• ... . . -.··--·• .. : -..._' : : ·, : . ' •:' "-. ' ·. ·:·.-:_-•. ,: ., . .' •• >, . · , .. _, .. ··, ' .. -. 8 RIV City of Coachella ATP Cycle 2 2,755 ,220 80.00 8 RIV Riverside County Transp Department Mecca Sidewalk and lfoadway Safety Improvements 945 851 80.00 8 RIV Riverside County Transp Department Thousand Palms Sidewalk Safety Improvements 1,085 868 80.00 8 RIV Indio SRTS Project 1,897 ,897 79.00 8 RIV Eastvale SRTS Citywide Safety Improvements, Education and Encouragement 577 461 78.00 8 RIV Perris Perris Valley Storm Drain Channel Trail-Phase 2 1,743 ,572 75.00 8 RIV Riverside County Transp Department Clark Street Sidewalk and intersection Safety Improvements 2,376 ,324 74.00 8 RIV Riverside Gage Canal Bike Path and Multi-use Trail 2,213 ,213 72.00 8 RIV Perris Perris Metrolink Station Bike Route and Pedestrian Connectivity 1,311 950 69.00 8 RIV Temecula Santa Gertrudis Creek Ped/Bicycle Trail Extension and Interconnect 4,362 ',581 68.00 8 RIV Riverside County DPH Active Transportation Program, North Shor.e 628 500 62.00 8 RIV Wildomar Union Street Multi-Use Path 2,071 ,050 61.00 8 RIV Moreno Valley Gap Closure Sidewalk on Alessando Boulevard at Old 215 Frontage Rd. 934 934 60.00 8 RIV Riverside County Transp Department Diiion Road Bike Lane Improvements 2,560 ,560 60.00 8 RIV Moreno Valley Cactus Avenue/Philo Street School Crossing Traffic Signal 646 646 59.00 8 RIV Coachella Valley Assoc. Gov. Coachella Valley-CV link Spurs 4,836 ,652 53.00 8 RIV Hemet Hemet Valley Bikeway Connect 977 977 50.00 8 RIV Riverside Railroad Crossing Sidewalk improvements 2,071 ,071 49.00 8 RIV Riverside Ramona Sidewalk Improvements 5,521 ,521 48.50 8 RIV Beaumont Bikeway and Pedestrian Master Plan 23 23 31.00 8 RIV Cathedral City Festival Park Plan and Corresponding Pedestrian Plan 297 250 28.00 ' ·.·.·-. :<.:. :': : __ .. :': ::.· ... _\:,_·,:: c:·:: "' :·.::;.:,·.:; .. f·J.:•· :.-.... ·· •.•.. ,·-·.-.·.:•_::•: .. ·>. --.: ···~:-·.:.:.:;:.:•.:::o; :. ': : '. :. ···:_•: ·,' ._ : -: .•' ·.· ... : _:·, -: ' ·.' ,;: ·._. ;· -. ..-:: -•:. . ·: -.. -: ... ;•:'' •. ,, 8 SBD Rialto SRTS Program for Colton Joint and Fontana Unified Districts Schools 160 160 80.00 8 SBD Yucaipa Safe Routes to Calimesa And Wildwood Elementary Schools and Green Valley High School 1,950 ,493 79.00 8 SBD San Bernardino County Sunburst Street Bike Path Extension 1,118 ,118 77.00 8 SBD Ontario G Street and San Antonio Bike Corridors 792 633 73.00 8 SBD Rancho Cucamonga 6th Street Cycle Track 1,633 ,320 72.00 8 SBD San Bernardino County Trona Road Class I Blkeway Rehabilitations 927 758 72.00 8 SBD Fontana SRTS Project 1,967 ,967 70.00 8 SBD Rancho Cucamonga 5FffS Sidewalk and Pedestrian Safety Enhancements 836 471 65.00 8 SBD Town of Yucca Valley VUcca Valley High School Sidewalks Phase II 787 787 65.00 8 SBD Rancho Cucamonga Southwest Cucamonga Bicycle Network Gap Closure 1,199 960 62.00 8 SBD Upland Elementary School Safe Walking and Street Crossing Pathway Improvement Program 992 793 57.00 8 SBD Town of Yucca Valley Yucca Valley High School Sidewalks Phase I 1;313 ,313 54.00 8 SBD Town of Yucca Valley La Contenta Jr. High School Sidewalks345 2,266 ,266 53.00 8 SBD Barstow Main Street-Route 66 Bicycle Route Project 1,436 ,136 45.00 8 SBD Chino Hills L~s Serranos Infrastructure Improvements 1,470 ,470 28.00 .· ' · .. 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' -' : : --'•:·, :·,.::-.:.··;· .; '•. : :.: ':> -:-': ,-, .. 7 VEN Oxnard E1ting Road Sidewalks and Bike lanes 885 796 69.00 7 VEN Thousand Oaks East Side Moorpark Sidewalk Improvements 919 716 66.00 Page 30 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 *Re on t 2015 ATP Regional Program: Contigency List (By County) 7 VEN Thousand Oaks Conejo School Sidewalk Improvements 1,708 1,326 59.50 7 VEN Ventura County Santa A ~a Road Bike Lanes Project 1,300 1,150 58.00 7 VEN Thousand Oaks Pedersc n Road Sidewalk Improvements 525 356 57.50 7 VEN Santa Paula Fagan,e ~rranca Bike Trail Improvement Project 875 782 55.00 7 VEN Ventura Cypress Point and Harmon Barranca Path Crossing Safety Beacons 623 573 44.00 7 VEN Oxnard Vlneyar ~Avenue Blkelanes 802 709 37.00 7 VEN Thousand Oaks Reino and Old Conejo Roads Sidewalk Improvements 682 555 35.75 7 VEN Ventura County · Las Posas Road Bike Lanes(South) Phase II Project 690 610 28.00 fleets preliminary score provided the the California Transportation Commission (CTC). Should fur:ids become available in a county, projects from the contengency list will be awarded funding based 1e CTC score, county score and ability of project sponsor to use the available funds in a timely manner. Page 31 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCllHl(JN of GOVERNMENTS Main Office 818 West 7th Street 12th Floor Los Angeles, California 90017-3435 t(213) 236,1800 f (213) 236-1825 www.scag.ca.gov Officers President Cheryl Viegas-Walker. El Centro First Vice President Michele Martinez. Sania Ana Second Vice President Margaret Finlay, Duarte Immediate Past President Carl Morehouse, San Buenaventura Executive/Administration Committee Chair Cheryl Viegas-Walker. El Centro. Policy Committe.e Chairs Community, Economic and Human Development Bill Jahn. Big Bear Lake Energy & Environment Deborah Robertson. Rialto Transportation Alan Wapner, San Bernardino Associated.Governments January 7, 2016 Will Kempton California Transportation Commission 1120 N Street, Room 2233 (MS-52) Sacramento, CA 95814 January 7, 2016 . ~ Dear Mr. ~}1) . . . . . The Southern California Association of Governments {SCAG) is pleased to submit to you the SCAG Active Transportation Program (ATP) Regional Project list for consideration and approval by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) during the January 20, 2016 meeting. The recommended program of projects meets the requirements established by state law, and inthe 2015 California Active Transportation Program Guidelines. The projects were selected in collaboration with the six Southern California County Transportation Commissions, C:altrans and the CTC using the process outlined iri SCAG's 2015 Act_ive Transportation Program Regional Guidelines, which were approved by the CTC on June 25, 2015. Key elements of the selection process included: o Projects not selected from the statewide comp~tition were considered for funding in the regional program. SCAG did not issue a separate Call fOr Projects or supplemental application. o Initial project scoring was completed as part of the statewide competition managed by CTC staff. o Each county had the ability to rnqdify preliminary scores by adding up to 10 points to projects that were determined by the Boards of the respective County Transportation Commissions to be consistentwith local and regional plans. o The project list was approved by the Boards ofeach of the County Transportation Commissions and SCAG. Attached is the SCAG Regional Council Report approving the 2015 Regional Active Transportation Program: Recommended Project List and Contingency List. I want to thank you and your staff for your collaboration on the development ofthe 2015 ATP Regional Project List. The ATP is a critical resource for improving mobility in our region and meeting the goals of our Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities. We look forward to continuing to work with you to enhance the program over time to meet the tremendous need in our region. The Regional Council consists of 86 elected officials representing 191 cities, six col.Jn ties, six County Transportation Commissions, one representative from the Transportation Corridor Agencies, one Tribal Government representative and one representative for the Air Districts within Southern California. 2015.9.3 If you hayE! any questions pertaining to this Jetter, please contactStephen Patchari of my staffat (213) 236~1923 or by email at Patchan@scag.ca.gov. Sincerely, Hasan lkhrata; Executive Director Southern California Association ofGovernments 4 lA dtvofCudahv Wilaix Avenue Com lete Stte.i:ts and SRTS Pro feet 5 lA CityofL1Verne L1 Vem1 Rerlonal Commuter Bicyc~ Gao Closure Prolect 6 \A atvofHuntln ton Parle Uncontrolled Crosswalk Pedestrian Safehl Enhancement Pro ect 7 \A Port of Lo~ Beach South Water Front/Pier Bike and Pedestrian Path • \A CitvofTorranc:e Downtown Torrance Active Trann•ortatlon lmr:irovement Pro Cd 9 \A Otv of lvnwood Comrnunltv Un lea Res to Civic Cf:nter and Lona Beach blvd MetrO Station 10 \A Port of Loni!' Btach Coastal Bike Trail Connectcr-Otean Blvd, lonR Beach 11 lA OtvoflosAnules Broadwav HlstorlcTheater District Pedestrtan lmDrovements 4th-6th S1reeti 12 lA Los An2eles Countv MTA Metro Rall to Rall Active Tran.soortatlon Corridor SHment A·1 f 13 lA Cltvoflo$An11:eles Colorado Bl Pedestrian and BICVCleActlve Trans ortaitlon lmorOllements 14 ORA otv of Santa Ana Pedestrl:>n and BIMlist Count Prc11r:ram lS ORA C'ltVofSantaAna SRTS Enhancements for Seoulveda Elementarv 16 ORA Ot ofL.aHabr:1 GuadaluM Part. Reconslructbn Pro/act 17 ORA CltvoflaHabra Union Pacmc Rall Une Blkewav Pro eet 18 ORA Cit ofBrea The Tracks at Brea ~ment 6 19 ORA OC Parts Oran1te Countv OC loop :nvnre Creek 20 ORA OtvofSanOemente Shoredlffs Middle School SRTS Ped hnorovements 21 ORA cttvofSanCtemente CancDrdla ~lementarv SRTS Pedestrian & 81'""'"1'" Lane Im '"' 22 ORA CltvofSantaAna Uncoln Pedestrtan P.tthwav Connl!dlvltv 23 ORA Clt'v of Garden Grove "Flnt Mlle" Blctde •rd Ped Tnil t'.J:nNlon on1he PE AOW •nd E!Natl rJE.MO\lrutrnentAaMllu 211 ORA CitvofA-nahelm We1t Street and Citron Street Sidewalk Gap Closure 25 ORA City of Westmlnbter Garden Grove Boulevard Comolete. Street Pro ea: 26 RIV at ofSanJadni.o San Jacinto Vallev Connect 27RN Riverside CountvTf'llnsp Oeoartment Thousand Palms Sldewalk Safetv lmprv.temcmts Z8 RIV Riverside Countv Transo Denartment Mecca S1dewatk and Roadwa-.i Safetv lmt!lrovements 29 RIV Riverside CounN Transp, Denartment tamlno Aventura Sldewalk Safetv Improvements 30 RIV Otvo!Rlverslde Otvwlde Ble.vcle and Pedestrian lmorovements 31RIV dtvofBannln Blcvcle and SRTS lmorovements 32RIV CtvofWl1dom:ir Grand Avenue Mulll·Use Tnill lmorovement Pro ect 33 RIV OtvofJurupaVallev Juni-Valll!V Hhth School SRTS 34RIV Cltv of Moreno Vall"" Sell'mrint of the Juan Bautlsta De Ania Mulll·use Trall 35 SBD OtvofNeedles ln-011 Sidew~lcs. Curbs & Gutters lmorovement Pro ect 35 SBC QtvofHes erla Bear Vallev Road Blcvcle Bvoau Phase II 37 SBO Otv of Ontario SRTS lnftanructure Improvement ProJect·EI Camino Elemenbtv 38 SBD OtvofVictotvllle Mohave Rlverwalk Shared.Use Blevde FocUltv 39 SBD San Bernardino Countv Santa Ana River Trail Ph~e IV, Reaches Band C 40 VEN VenturaCountv Rio Real Elementarv School·Pedestrian and Street Im rovements Pro ea 41 VEN CtvofOxnard NewTratneSIRnal J •llA IOtvofSantaCartta IJunlor HI hand HI h School SRTS Plan 5IORA I Or.in e County transpo1tatlon Authorltv Active TransMrtatlon Plan 6ISBO IOtvofGrandTerrace ATPPtannlna 7llA ICltvofDownev PedHtr1anP/an ~BA-Jfi!'i of Santa Ana _______ Ctvv.JdeSRTSPlan I 2015 SCAG ATP Regional Program Recommended Project List 294 180 180 D 0 1371 1344 143 1201 0 18712 1552 1552 D 0 1793 1757 172 1585 0 3563 2000 woo 0 0 2513 2027 3-40 1687 2891 2J19 0 2319 0 6680 4000 0 4000 0 mo .... two SG62 0 20278 8326 0 8326 0 984J 9743 1438 0 8305 225 125 225 D 0 310 '10 20 JS 2S5 400 J40 "" 0 0 527 466 466 0 0 1603 "' &52 0 0 3230 646 0 0 646 871 869 100 76!! 0 987 "' 985 1230 1230 BO 110 1030 1941 1891 399 20 1472 2056 2056 419 1637 0 J139 2758 330 2'18 0 "' ... 100 "' 1085 775 148 627 0 945 851 140 711 0 1002 902 156 746 0 1249 1042 100 "' D 1082 1082 120 .., 0 1541 1223 1223. 0 0 1467 1252 m 23 145 1431 1431 115 13 U78 484 252 252 m 301 !01 0 D 400 ... 46 m 0 4700 mo 32S 8435 9750 3801 1381 2:420 0 462 "' .. 432 0 m 510 IS 49S 0 200 160 180 0 0 350 280 280 0 0 295 295 295 0 0 JOO 300 0 1SO ISO 6lS 6lS 615 0 0 Z13St 2004 0 1704 ISO 1SO 0 180 0 0 180 • 180 0 1201 II m 1344 1344 • 1344i 0 1152 0 400 310 1552 • 1552 0 1571 14 172 1757 1280 4n 0 2000 0 0 <1)0 • 2000! 1687 340 • 2027 0 2319 D 0 2319 • 2319 0 4000 0 0 400 • 4000 0 5662 l20 1080 686:Z • 6861 0 8326 0 0 8326 8326 • 8326 0 IJOS 1438 0 9743 ' ___ ?1~3 0 225 0 D 225 m ' 225 0 255 20 JS 310 310 ' 310 0 0 so 290 340 340 J40 6 340; 466 0 0 0 466 8 466 0 652 • 0 7 .,;i 0 0 646 0 0 646 76!! 100 434 869 • 869 0 986 986 7 986 0 1030 80 120 123 7 1230 20 154& 175 ISO 1891 7 mil 56 1652 JS 313 2056 2056 2056 0 2428 30 300 3139 27581 S46 10 " 646 646 0 627 40 108 775 775 775 0 711 4S 95 851 851 851 0 746 " 110 902 902 ,., 0 ,., 100 0 1042 1042 0 962 20 100 1082 1082 1082 0 1221 0 0 1223 1223 1223 1223 230 845 4 m 1252 1252 138 1125 115 53 1-lll 1431 1432 1431 "' 12 51 2S2 252 0 301 0 0 301 30li 13 m 5 18 ... 36! J68 3-<3S 325 3760 614 2420 307 460 3BOC 3800 • JBOl 0 462 0 0 462 6 462 0 49S 0 1S 510 $10 7 5101 0 160 0 0 160 160 8 160 0 280 0 0 280 180 6 280 0 29S D 0 295 295 295 7 295 0 300 0 0 300 300 J • 300 0 6lS 0 • 615 615 • 615 0 2004 0 0 2004 , ... 45S • 3 0 2004_1 AGENDA ITEM NO. 6 DATE: January 7, 2016 TO: Executive/Administration Committee (EAC) FROM: Huasha Liu, Director, Land Use and Erivifonmental Planning; 213.,236-1838, liu@scag,ca.gov · . SUBJECT: 2015 Regional Active Transportati9n Progtal1l:1~ecori'p'n nded,Pt:'oject List EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S APPROVAV · RECOMMENDED ACTION: R¢tc>II1mefid that the EAC, acting on behalf of th.e Regional Coundl in ~cc:ordarice with Article --V-C.W(-a}--Of-'-SCAG !_s-B-ylaws,appi:0-ve--the-20l:S-Reg~Gruil--A.cti:ve ·+r-ansp(}Ftaticm-'-P.regram:;:--i-nsllld:ing the recommetided project list and contingericy project list. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Per the California Transportaiiim Comniissioizs (CTC). adopted Active Transportatt()n Program Guidelines and SCAG's adppted Southern Califomiti .1ci(ve Tra11sporta#o~ Program Project Selection Process, SCAGandthe County. Transportation Commissions have. collaborated to develop a recommerzde.d list of projects· to be funded under the Regioiii# l'rogfiun of the iOIS Active Transportation Program (ATP). The Regional Program includes 50 projects recommended for awards tot<zli1zg $76.296 i~iillion. Upon approval.by SCAG, tlze Regional Program 1~ill be slliJ1nitted to tlie CTC and programmed into th.e ATP during Jan11qry 20, 2016 CTC meeting. Tit(! staff recomlize11dati01is for tlze Regional Program were. submitted at tlze NiJvember 2015 Regional Council qndpolicy comm.ittees for board member review; and $U/Jsequently were approve.d by all o/ilie cottnty. transportation commissions; · · · · STRATEGIC PLAN: This item supports SCAG Strategic Plan, Goal 2 Obtain RegiOnal Transportation Infrastructure Fu.~ding and Promote I.,egislative -Solutions fur -Regional -P!anning fTlorities, -Efuj-ective l -Identify new infrastructure funding opportunities with State, Federal and private partners, of the Strategic Plan. BACKGROUND: SCAG is required by federal arid State law to.recommend to the CTC a regional program of projects to be funded t}irough the ATP. The R,egional Program roµst rne¢t the requfrem,ents of Caijfptnia .A.<;tive Transportation Program Guidelines, which describe the policy standards, criteria, and procedures for iJ11pknienti11g Senate Bill 99, Assembly Bili 101 and the federal MAP 21 Transp()J.'tati()n Alternatives program. SCAG collaborated with the county transportation commissions to develop the recomfi1ended Regional Prograrn. The Southern California Regional ATP is a component of a broader statewide active transportation funding program that includes three components: a Statewide competition, Smal1 Urban and Rural competition, and MPO competitions (like SCAG's recommended Regional Program). A total of $360 million wi11 be awarded statewide in FY '16 through FY '19 as a result of all three components. $76.296 million of the $360 million program budget is set ~side for the Southern California Regional Program. Selection of the Regional Program is preceded by the announcement of awards from the Page 25 Statewide competition, on October 21, 2015. All projectproposals within the SCAG region that wer(! ~~~~~°'selected in tbe Statewide competition were coosideredforftmding in tbe lkgiooal Program. SCAO did not host a separate Call fotProject$; PriJject Selectiolz Process & Rec01nmended Project List Per the adopted 2015 Active Transportation Prog1wn: Reg{tmal Guidelines, the Regional Program includes two funding categories: Implementation Projects and Planning Projects. Ninety-seven percent ($74 million) of the total Regi()mtl Program budgetis re¢ommencied to fund 42 Implementa~io11 Projects. Implementation Projects were selected to ensure each county had the opportunity to receive its population-based share of available funding in the Implementation category. The Jinplementation Projects were first nmked by county using the scores received as Part of the Caltrans>review process for the statewide competition, and then supplemented by the respective county transportation commission by up to 1 O p()ints (on a l lO point scale). The resulting tanked lists in each county provided. the basis for the selection of Implementation Projects. Three percent ($L9 million) of the total Regional Progrnm budgetis being recommended to fund eight planning projects. These projects were ranked and selected based on· the scores received as part of the C:altrans review process for the statewide c::ompetiti()n; The recommendeci project list meets all requirements established by the state, including exceeding the · 25% target for investment in disadvantaged communities (the SCA() region awarded approximately 83% of funding to disadvantaged communities), fonding a broad spectrum of projects, and considering geographic equity. In ad.dition to selecting projects for inclusion ip the RegionafProgr.am. SCAG is ~lso authorized to recommend a Contingency List {attached) of projects to be funded should an awarded project fail to move forward. Next Steps Up()n approval by SCAG, the Regional Program win !le submitted to the CTCand programmed into the ATP during January20, 2016 CTCmeeting • .SCAG, staffin collaboration with the countytransporta.tion commissions, will work with CTC staff to identify which projects should be funded With state-only funds. The remainder of the<projects will be fundeci with federal .dollars~ Successful project sponsors will be notified by SCAG of their award and receive further direetion ori program requirements and funding alloc:ation. SCAG will work in PW'.tnership with C~ltrans, CTC and coµnty transportation commissionsJo support project sponsors, track project delivery, and recommend modifications to the Regional Program, if needed. The County Transportation Commissions will continue to pla:y a leading role in programming activities for the i1Uplementation projects within each county, while SCAG will provide si.Ippoitfor all awarded planning projeC:ts region wide. A contactlistincluding lead ATP staff at SCAG, Cal trans Districts, anci the County Transportation CollUliiSSions is attached and will be posted on SCAG's website,·in addition to other information for successful project sponsors. · FISCAL IMPACT: Funding is inchidedin SCAG's FY 2015-1() Overall Work Program (OWP) Budget. Staffs work budget for the current fiscal year is included in FY 2015-16 OWP 050-SCGOOl 69.0L ATTACHMENTS: l. 2015 Regional Active Transportation Program: Recommended Project List 2. 2015 Regional Active Transportation Program: Contingency List 3. Southern California ATP Staff Contact List Page 26 " 2 LA 3 LA City of Downey 4 LA City of Cudahy 5 LA City of La Verne 6 LA City of Huntington Park 7 LA Port of long Beach 8 LA City ofTorrance 9 LA City of Lynwood 10 LA Port of Long Beach lllA City of Los Angeles 12 LA Los Angeles County MTA 13 LA City of Los Angeles 14 ORA City of Santa Ana 15 ORA City of Santa Ana 16 ORA City of la Habra 17 ORA. City of la Habra 18 ORA City of Brea 19 ORA OC Parks Orange County 20 ORA City of San Clemente 21 ORA City of San Clemente 22 ORA City of Santa Ana 23 ORA Ci of Garden Grove 24 ORA City of Anaheim 25 ORA 26 RIV Ci of San Jacinto 27 RIV Riverside County Transp Department 28 RIV Riverside County Transp Department 29 RIV Riverside County Transp. Department 30 RIV City of Riverside 31 RIV City of Banning 32 RIV City of Wildomar 33 RIV City of Jurupa Valley 34 RIV City of Moreno Valley 35 SBD City of Needles 36 SBD City of Hesperia 37 SBD City of Ontario 38 SBD City of Victorville 39 SBD San Bernardino County 2015 ATP Regional Program Recommended Project List Downey Bike Share and Safety Education Wilcox Avenue Complete Streets and SRTS Project la Verne Regional Commuter Bicycle Gap Closure Project Uncontrolled Crosswalk Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Project South Water Front/Pier j Bike and Pedestrian Path Downtown Torrance Active Transportation Improvement Project Community Linkages to Civic Center and Long Beach blvd Metro Station Coastal Bike Trail Connector-Ocean Blvd, long Beach Broadway Historic Theater District Pedestrian Improvements 4th-6th Streets Metro Rail to Rail Active Transportation Corridor Segment A-1 Colorado Bl Pedestrian and Bicycle Active Transportation Improvements Pedestrian and Bicyclist Count Program SRTS Enhancements for Sepulveda Elementary Guadalupe Park Reconstruction Project Union Pacific Rail Line Blkeway Project The Tracks at Brea Segment 6 OC loop Coyote Creek Shorecliffs Middle School SRTS Ped Improvements Concordia Elementary SRTS Pedestrian & Bicycle Lane Improvement Lincoln Pedestrian Pathway Connectivity "First MUe" Bicycle and Ped Trail Expansion on the PE ROW and Educatlon/Entaura&ement Activities West Street and Citron Street Sidewalk Gap Closure Garden Grove Boulevard Complete Street Project San Jacinto Valley Connect Thousand Palms Sidewalk Safety Improvements Mecca Sidewalk and Roadway Safety Improvements Camino Aventura Sidewalk Safety Improvements Citywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Bicycle and SRTS Improvements Grand Avenue Multi-Use Trail Improvement Project Jurupa Valley High School SRTS Segment of the Juan Bautista De Anza Multi-use Trail In-fill Sidewalks, Curbs & Gutters Improvement Project Bear Valley Road Bicycle Bypass Phase II SRTS Infrastructure Improvement Project-El Camino Elementary Mohave Riverwalk Shared-Use Bicycle Facility Santa Ana River Trail Phase IV, Reaches B and C -40 VEN ntura eounty -RicrReatflementa haot-Petfestrlarran~eetimprovements-f>roject 41 VEN City of Oxnard 42 VEN City of Ojai PLANNING PROJECTS 3 LA City of Irwindale 4 LA City of Santa Clarita 5 ORA Orange County Transportation Authority 6 SBD City of Grand Terrace 7 LA City of Downey 8 ORA City of Santa Ana " Total Fund Request was reduced from $250 to $238 "*Total Fund Request was reduced from $74,304 to $74,292 '** Total Fund Request was increased from $88k to $100k " " " " rota! Fund Request was increased from $1992 to $2004 New Traffic Signal Pedestrian and Bike Safety Improvements: Ojai Avenue and Maricopa Hwy Tota1" " Bellflower and Paramount Joint Active Transportation Plan Citywide Non Motorl2ed Design Guidelines and Active Transportation Action Plan Junior High and High School SRTS Plan Active Transportation Plan ATP Planning Pedestrian Plan Citywide 5RTS Plan Total*"** 469 294 180 1371 1344 18712 1552 1793 1757 3563 2000 2533 2027 2891 2319 6660 4000 7690 6862 20278 8326 9843 9743 225 225 310 310 400 340 527 466 1603 652 3230 646 878 869 987 986 1230 1230 1941 1891 2056 2056 3139 2758 656 646 1085 775 94S 8S1 1002 902 1249 1042 1082 1082 1541 1223 1467 1252 1431 1431 484 252 376 301 400 368 4700 3760 9750 3801 462 462 567 510 2833 2333 123177 74292 125 100 154 154 200 160 350 280 295 295 300 300 615 615 2139 2004 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 2015 ATP Regional Program: A TI AC HM ENT 2 Contlgency List (By .County) :.· 1.' .··•. ·•··· · ·· ' '.' F~. :1 ' -••• :;·< '.) '4~~~~ -~' 2: ·,j; i1:~Jt ':: Z';!y'/j:~ ~lt~~~;i!;_;~S~'.~~I~0!t~~ :~~;,y;:;1 >~.'-r.: '.~.'.\~~:;,;,~,z;,Sl ;_ ··•'\j'.{''7 <f l1i_:_;l~}-? ··.• "·.·.: •.·':·;, : :':;··'''!,.:,';t'f ~i t·:·:·;·'·~·.r .. ,'.9·._,.!;)';.~.' •. '.'.! ''·'· ~~.i~;: 1-· '!''-'""' ,.,, ., . o.1st 1 · ', 1,•.. ;·>'i1f:J-:, ;. , ,., t¥'J~:',(i\\}:f ~~jyti;f~~,:i>~oJei:t~·?\' . • .. , , -~Y-'. :'. ·k1 ' ,., ,~ z\!~r~1~~'': l''~~j !}~:~_.:~: , ·'''· ''•!}.(,,,,,,,, -'~'~,,.,,::;,\.',_ ''"" .. ",.J1;Ji~'i!,:;~:, : ··"''Vi .:\.;,.,,,, : :1,,cost,·:·1: 11 IMP Brawley Downtown Pedestrian and Bicycle Connections 6,564 5 567 72.00 11 IMP Imperial County . HerberTownsite-Sidewalk Improvements Near Herber Elem School on Parkyns Ave from 11th Street to 5th Street 1,354 1182 68.00 11 IMP Quechan Indian Tribe Fort Yuma Multi-Purpose Pathway Project 677 679 66.00 11 IMP Imperial County Sidewalk Curb and Gutter In the Township of Seely 1,628 1 584 55.00 11 IMP Imperial County Aten Road Class I Bicycle Path Improvements 591 520 40.00 : : ··,·:;: ;':t:': .::::\:)'Jl;~.•,;·1z~,,:r:;;1:{'K0?':::•,.:·;'.::1,:: .'.''I:·.r;-:J"ff:'?:-.:·,;::·sv::'z·c< .,,,'"'";·~.:''-' , "" ;;,,,,,;-::.-, · •·;,_,,;:;~: .. i'.~t"-,";1-~'(::' \:~'ii:tt .,,:<: ,,, '-'i·'·-'"''··'''·'''l;:: '""' :B:;::i•1a.1'fo;:: •. ' '"""' ...• , :•itiid.:: 7 LA Baldwin Park Maine Ave/Pacific Ave Corridor Complete Streets Improvements 2,105 1 754 83.00 7 LA Los Angeles LANI -West.Boulevard Community Linkages Project 1,968 1 623 83.00 7 LA Los Angeles . Regional Bike Share Program Expansion . 2,805 2 805 82.00 7 LA Santa Monica Personalized Travel Planning and Safer Streets Campaign 600 480 82.00 7 LA Santa Monica SRTS 1,458 1 221 82.00 7 LA Watershed Conservation Authority :. San Gabriel River Bike Trail Gap Closure, Roundabout and Park Entry Improvements 2,340 1 760 81.25 7 LA Los Angeles County San Jose Creek Trail-Phase II 13,430 9 950 80.50 7 LA Baldwin Park : Ramona Boulevard Express Bikeway 1,978 1 978 79.00 7 LA South Gate · South Gate Regional Blkeway Connectivity Project 5,197 4 :>97 78.00 7 LA Alhambra . Uncontrolled Crosswalk Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Project 1,642 1 379 77.50 7 LA San Fernando : Pacoima Wash Bikeway and Pedestrian Path 5,897 5 293 77.00 7 LA Carson Dominguez Channel Bike Path Improvements 1,419 1 419 76.50 7 LA Los Angeles , Walk Pico! A Catalyst for Community Vitality and Connectivity 2,410 1 950 76.00 7 LA Los Angeles County 1 Temple Avenue Complete Street Improvements 2,076 2 076 76.00 7 LA Los Angeles County 1 West Athens 110th Street Bicycle Boulevard Gap Closure 631 SOS 76.00 7 LA Los Angeles i LANI-Gaffey Street Pedestrian Safety lmprovementProject 1,440 1 440 75.00 7 LA Los Angeles County 1 Overhill Drive Complete Street Improvements 5,923 2 118 75.00 7 LA Pasadena : SRTS Education and Encouragement 867 B67 75.00 7 LA Pico Rivera : Rivera Elementary and Middle School SRTS Pedestrian and Bike Access Improvements 1,801 1 751 75.00 7 LA Redondo Beach . Regional Commuter Bicycle Gap closure Project 1,871 1 817 75.00 7 LA Burbank Chandler Bikeway Extension and San Fernando Bikeway GaP Closure 7,931 7 332 74.00 7 LA Los Angeles Broadway Historic Theater District Pedestrian Improvements 8th-9th Streets 3,930 3 668 74.00 7 LA Los Angeles County Marvin Braude Beach Trail Gap Closure 5,584 4 ii.OS 74.00 7 LA Palmdale Civic Center Complete Streets 2,744 2 195 74.00 7 LA Los Angeles County MTA Union Station Master Plan-Los Angeles Crossing 8,686 7 786 73.00 7 LA Los Angeles County MTA ; Metro Bike Share Priority Pilot Implementation in Pasadena 5,271 5, 171 72.00 7 LA Alhambra ' Mission Rd and Front Street Ped and Sidewalk Enhancement Project 2,187 1 B37 71.00 7 LA Lancaster 35th Street West SRTS Class I Facllities 960 768 71.00 7 LA Los Angeles DPW Central-Jefferson High Green Alley Network 3,490 1 500 71.00 7 LA Pasadena Bikeway Active Transportation P.oject 6,512 6 S12 71.00 7 LA South El Monte Santa Anita Avenue Revltallzatlon Project 1,860 1 B60 71.00 7 LA Bellflower Bellflower Bike and Pedestrian Path Interconnect and SRTS 394 a38 70.00 7 LA Monterey Park Monterey Park Bike Project 338 B04 69.00 7 LA La Mirada Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Project 853 B35 ·68.00 7 LA Pomona Phase 3 Implementation for Pomona Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements 4,438 3 ~38 68.00 7 LA Temple Las Tunas Corridor Complete Streets Improvements Project 2,635 1 077 67.00 7 LA Los Angeles Santa Monica Boulevard Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project 1,073 1,073 66.00 7 LA Santa Clarita Railroad Avenue Class I Bike and Pedestrian Trail 7,643 5,794 65.00 Page 28 ~ 7LA ~ 7LA ~ 7LA ~ 7LA ~ 7LA M 7LA ~ 7LA Bell Gardens Long Beach UCLA santaeiarita South El Monte Torrance Montebello 2015 ATP Regional Program: Contigency List (By County) Southeast Cities Active Transportation Master Plan 767 767 64.00 PE Rl1 ht of Way Connections 9,225 8,977 64.00 Using "icLAvia to Engage Communities for Broader and more Inclusive Active Transportation In Los Angeles 1,740 1,740 64.00 ATP [ owntown Newhall Metrollnk Station 250 200 63.00 Monte Vista ES 5RTS project 1,577 1,577 63.00 Del Amo Transportation Enhancements from Crenshaw Blvd to Western Ave 4,113 3,064 63.00 Montebello Boulevard ATP Improvement Project 5,808 4,240 61.50 46 7 LA Compton Central Avenue Active Transportation Safety Improvements 2,963 2,483 61.00 47 7 LA Bell Florence Avenue Pedestrla.n Improvements 2,405 1,862 SS.OD 48 7 LA Irwindale Ramona Boulevard Sli:ycle and Pedestrian Gap Closure Safety Improvements 600 600 53.00 49 7 LA Cerritos lmprc vements to Various Arterial Ped Crossings near Cerritos Schools . 116 99 41.00 SO 7 LA Duarte . Activ1 and Accessible Duarte Multipurpose Trail Improvements 1,297 1,297 39.50 51 7 LA Lynwood Pede rian Transit Corridor Projej:t 2,1;68 2.668 23.00 1:: .,' f".y·::.~:,_,:·_~C·~:; ,,;.; ·;~.o -'•'•~ .'\)' •,;, :.-:-:,;.•:/ -•• ,,, ,·,'""!''. '•' ",', :f-'" ."..~'o'.'~ 1 12 ORA Santa Ana SRTS nhancements for Muir Elementary 571 571 73.00 2 12 ORA Costa Mesa Adan's Av at Pine Dr/SSt Access Improvements 921 921 70.00 3 12 ORA Orange Pede trlan Countdown Signals 385 340 68.00 4 12 ORA Santa Ana Ross treet Protected Bike lanes 3,204 3,204 68.00 5 12 ORA Santa Ana First' treet Pedestrian Improvements 5,475 5,475 67.00 6 12 ORA Garden Grove Chap !nan & Lamplighter Traffic Signal 207 180 66.00 7 12 ORA San Clemente 5oUtt ern Extension· San Clemente Beach Trail 1,459 1,246 66.00 8 12 ORA Laguna Hills La Pa Open Space Bikeway Project 706 625 65.00 9 12 ORA Laguna Hills Community Center to Indian Hill Lane Multi-Use Trail 650 550 65.00 10 12 ORA Seal Beach Lamp~on Avenue Bike Lane Gap Closure Project 1,300 1,095 65.00 11 12 ORA Brea Blcyc e and Pedestrian Connections to "The Tracks at Brea Trail" 395 395 64.00 12 12 ORA Santa Ana Pede: trlan and Bicyclist Education Campaign 474 474 63.00 13 12 ORA Mission Viejo Arroyp Trabuco Regional Multi-Use Trail Access and Regional Connector 1,241 1,241 62.00 14 12 ORA Anaheim La Pa ma Avenue Sidewalk Gap Closure at Whittler Street 343 343 60.00 15 12 ORA Lake Forest Foott ill Ranch Elementary School Zone and Crosswalk 112 li2 59.00 16 12 ORA OC Parks Orange County OC Le ops Segments F and H 3,322 434 59.00 17 12 ORA Santa Ana Citywide Bike Parking 1,400 1,400 56.00 18 12 ORA Costa Mesa Merr mac Way Multipurpose Trall 865 865 54.00 19 12 ORA Santa Ana Comi lete Streets SRTSStudy Along Pacific Avenue 110 110 53.00 20 12 ORA Irvine Wa!nutTrail Rehabilitation Project 250 250 53.00 21 12 ORA 22 12 ORA 23 12 ORA 24 12 ORA 25 12 ORA 26 12 ORA 27 12 ORA 28 12 ORA 29 12 ORA 30 12 ORA 31 12 ORA 32 12 ORA 33 12 ORA -~ Irvine Bicyc e Friendly Intersection Project 442 442 51.50 Los Alamitos Bike/Ped Bridge of Los Alamitos 3,381 3,2~1 51.50 Fountain Valley Foun aln Valley Pedestrian P.athway Improvement within School Zones 261 2!!5 51.00 Huntington Beach Multi.Use Blufftop Path 1,861 1,761 51.00 Newport Beach Superior Avenue Pedestrian and Bicycle Overcrosslng 2,937 2,350 51.00 Irvine SRTS 250 250 47.50 Garden Grove Valley View Alley Rehabilitation 733 676 43.00. Orange County SoutllwestAnahelm Sidewalk Improvements 4,276 4,276 43.00 Orange Almond Avenue Sidewalk Construction 295 295 42.00 Costa Mesa SRTS Flashing Crosswalks 273 273 41.00 Laguna Beach Temple Hills Drive Pedestrian Improvements 1,178 598 38.00 Tustin Tustiii Legacy Pedestrian/Bike Trail and Bridges 11,942 6,257 38.00 !Costa Mesa . Eastside SRT5 Traffic Calming 2,232 2,232 36.00 Page29 34 35 36 37 38 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 2015 ATP Regional Program: Contigency List (By County) 12 ORA Irvine Ridge Valley Off-Stre·et Blkeway ProjeGt 499 12 ORA Anaheim Orange Avenue Sidewalk Gap Closure 577 12 ORA Orange Katella Avenue Sidewalk Improvements 315 2 ORA Costa Mesa Adams Avenue Multipurpose Trail 2,861 12 ORA OC Parks Orange County OC Loop Segment D 8,904 ..• L ..... :;•.( .. ;·· :.·.• •·:••'1'i!i1U'.'.?: E:'2:+•:;~::•:+;::,;t•''f;:'.':.·: ti:/:•::•·:/ ::<••) i•:~: • .. ::::x;:\.s~;·;:~;\.:•:: ....•.• ,., •.•••.• , ••••• c,,, •. ·;;.:s;;, ·.•:i.t"" 1,.''<~~'~;:1%;~'"i~·t?.·.·· .. ····• . , ·•( .. .,... · 'Ft• .x: ;~ :::; i:,,·:,;.•~"<''""'' ... " ... •:•:.""·•:•.: 8 RIV City of Coachella ATP Cycle 2 2,755 8 RIV Riverside County Transp Department Mecca Sidewalk and Roadway Safety Improvements 945 8 RIV Riverside County Transp Department Thousand Palms Sidewalk Safety Improvements 1,085 8 RIV Indio SRTS Project 1,897 8 RIV Eastvale SRTS Citywide Safety Improvements, Education and Encouragement 577 8 RIV Perris Perris Valley Storm Drain Channel Trail-Phase 2 1,743 8 RIV Riverside County Transp Department Clark Street Sidewalk and intersection Safety Improvements 2,376 8 RIV Riverside Gage Canal Bike Path and Multi-use Trail 2,213 8 RIV Perris Perris Metrollnk Station Bike Route and Pedestrian Connectivity 1,311 8 RIV Temecula Santa Gertrudis Creek Ped/Bicycle Trail Extension and Interconnect 4,362 8 RIV Riverside County DPH Active Transportation Program, North Shore 628 8 RIV Wildomar Union Street Multi-Use Path 2,071 8 RIV Moreno Valley Gap Closure Sidewalk on Alessando Boulevard at Old 215 Frontage Rd. 934 8 RIV Riverside County Transp Department : Dillon Road Bike Lane Improvements 2,560 8 RIV Moreno Valley Cactus Avenue/Philo.Street School Crossing Traffic Signal 646 8 RIV Coachella Valley Assoc. Gov. Coachella Valley-CV Link Spurs 4,836 8 RIV Hemet Hemet Valley Blkeway Connect 977 8 RIV Riverside Railroad Crossing Sidewalk improvements 2,071 8 RIV Riverside . Ramona Sidewalk Improvements 5,521 8 RIV Beaumont · Bikeway and Pedestrian Master Plan 23 8 RIV Cathedral City Festival Park Plan and Corresponding Pedestrian Plan 297 ·.·:· ... ·~·;_;; .· ,.:'/.{:;:::\ : '•:1}:ifr.c:;:~Sf(;;:;;-.ti{;:r';I:!' ':.i!·>•'1d•:<,,: r,~'§~':•<:;1'01\'!Y '' .... ;·,.,·.• '·'·' . Ks·''''~'''''~''·''' ;:{,·,, ''-''':'::>fi:;;:.:~<lf'2'~\c'~;i~~;;i-.;:i!;::·es:f1,JS7.11!f.~J.,·" ;0'.0-'.f.'':0,, 8 SBD Rialto SRTS Program for Colton Joint and Fontana Unified Districts Schools 160 8 SBD Yucaipa Safe Routes to Calimesa And Wildwood Elementary Schools and Green Valley High School 1,950 8 SBD San Bernardino County Sunburst Street Bike Path Extension 1,118 8 SBD Ontario G Street and San Antonio Bike Corridors 792 8 SBD Rancho Cucamonga 6th Street Cycle Track 1,633 8 SBD San Bernardino County Trona Road Class I Bikeway Rehabilitations 927 8 SBD Fontana SRTS Project 1,967 8 SBD Rancho Cucamonga SRTS Sidewalk and Pedestrian Safety Enhancements 836 8 SBD Town of Yucca Valley I Yucca Valley High School Sidewalks Phase II 787 8 SBD Rancho Cucamonga I Southwest Cucamonga·Blcycle Network Gap Closure 1,199 8 SBD Upland I Elementary School Safe Walking and Street Crossing Pathway Improvement Program 992 8 SBD Town of Yucca Valley · Yucca Valley High School Sidewalks Phase I 1,313 8 SBD Town of Yucca Valley La C.ontenta Jr. High School Sidewalks345 .. --··· 2,266 8 SBD Barstow · Main Street-Route 66 l!fcycle Route Project 1,436 8 SBD Chino Hills Los Serra nos Infrastructure Improvements 1,470 !'.'"-ii'~\11.:i'i'.:"'.i' .,,,. .·• , ... .. , .. ''.~!'1.:~fiY ..... , ·····~ .. .... ,,.,, ... •:.,;• .... ,,, .. ;;•.'; 7 VEN Oxnard · Etting Road Sidewalks and Bike Lanes 885 7 VEN Thousand Oaks East Side Moorpark Sidewalk Improvements 919 Page 30 I 499 34.00 )77 32.00. 375 28.00 B61 24.00 l 96 24.00 ; ..... ::•.••!!';;f~''';{:i! 2 220 80.00 851 80.00 B68 80.00 l B97 79.00 461 78.00 1572 75.00 1324 74.00 2 '13 72.00 350 69.00 3 581 68.00 500 62.00 2 050 61.00 934 60.00 2;.60 60.00 p46 59.00 4~52 53.00 977 SO.OD 2 071 49.00 5 521 48.50 23 31.00 250 28.00 ,,.,,, ''''·"' ., ... '1.;;i\:'.i\'C\'' 160 80.00 1493 79.00 1118 77.00 633 73.00 1320 72.00 758 72.00 1967 70.00 471 65.00 787 65.00 ~60 62.00 793 57.00 1313 54.00 2266 53.00 1136 45.00 1470 28.00 796 69.00 716 66.00 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 *Re on t 2015 ATP Regional Program: Contlgency List (By County) 7 VEN Thousand Oaks Conejo School Sidewalk Improvements 1,708 1,326 59.50 7 VEN Ventura County Santai Ana Road Bike Lanes Project 1,300 1,150 58.00 7 VEN Thousand Oaks Pederson Road Sidewa.lk Improvements 525 356 57.50 7 VEN Santa Paula Fagan Barranca Bike Trail Improvement Project 875 782 55.00 7 VEN Ventura Cypress Point and Harmon Barranca Path Crossing Safety Beacons 623 573 44;00 7 VEN Oxnard Vineyard Avenue Bike lanes 802 ';709 37.00 7 VEN Thousand Oaks Reino and Old Conejo. Roads Sidewalk Improvements 682 555 35.75 7 VEN Ventura County Las Posas Road Bi.ke Lanes(South) Phase II Project 690 610 28.00 fleets preliminary score provided the the California Transportation Commission (CTC). Should funds become available in a county, projects from the contengency list will be awarded funding based 1e CTC score, county score and ability of project sponsor to use the available funds in a timely manner. Page 31 To: From: Subject: Memorandum TAB47 CHAIR AND COMMISSIONERS CTCMeeting: January 20-21, 2016 Information DRAFT 2017 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (ATP) GUIDELINES AND APPLICATION ISSUE: The Active Transportation Program (ATP) guidelines describe the policy, standards, criteria and procedures for the development, adoption and management of the ATP. The guidelines are developed in cooperation with Caltrans, regional transportation planning agencies, local agencies, and active transportation stakeholders in accordan,ce with Streets; &;;HigJ;rvvays Code 2382. The ATP guidelines may be amended by the Commission after chnducting'at least one public hearing. For the 2017 ATP, staff is proposing to adopt the project application along with the guidelines. Staff has received several e-mails and letters with suggestions for changes to the guidelines and application. These are attached to this item. Workshops will be held on January 29 and in early February of this year to discuss possible revisions to the guidelines and application. The topics of discussion at these workshops will likely include evaluation criteria and project scoring, program schedule and application streamlining. The attached draft guidelines and application were prepared as a starting point to generate discussion at the upcoming workshops. Staff intends to bring the Final 2017 ATP Guidelines.and Application.to the Commission for adoption~Uhe MarGh 2014meetin~.~ BACKGROUND: On September 26, 2013, the Governor signed legislation creating the Active Transportation Program (Senate Bill 99, Chapter 359 and Assembly Bill 101, Chapter 354). This legislation requires the Commission, in consultation with an Active Transportation Program Workgroup, to develop program guidelines. The Commission guidelines are to describe the policy, standards, criteria, and procedures for the development, adoption and management of the Active Transportation Program. Attachments STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DRAFT 2017 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION p.~.QG.RAM GUIDELINES January xx, 2016 California Transportation Commission CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 2017 ATP GUIDELINES TABLE OF CONTENTS Page will be revised at Fmal I. Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 1 1. Background .............................................................................. -.................................... 1 . 2. Program Goals .........•...•.....................................•........................•...............•......... -....... 1 3. Program S·chedule ...•.•........•....................................................•...........•............... ;~ .• -.... 1 II. Funding ................................................. ., ...................... 111 •••••••• , ••••••• ,. ••• ., ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ,,.2 4. Source .................................................................................................••.........•.......•••...• 2 5. Distribution ................................................................................................................... 2 6. Ma~c~i,ng Require~ents ················-···············································lll••·--········~····!~···········3 7. Fµnding for Active Transportation Plans ............•......... , ............................................ 4 8. Reimbursement ......................... !" ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• , •••••••••• 4 Ill. Eligibility ............................................................................................................................ 5 9. Eligible Applicants ................................. -....................................................................... 5 10. Partnering With Implementing Agencies ................................................................... 6 11. Eligible Projects ........................................................................................................... 6 12. Minimum Request For Funds ................... _ .................................................................•• 8 13. Project Type Requirements ......................................................................................... 8 IV. Project Selection Process ........................................... -................................................... 11 14. Project Application .................................................... -.................................. ~ .• u .......... 11 15. Sequential Project Selection ..................................................................................... 12 16. MPO Competitive Project Selection ......................................................................... 12 17. Screening Criteria ...... : ......................................... ~ ...........................•......................... 13 18. · Scoring Criteria .........•........... ~ ............... ~ ................. ~ ............... ~ ................. ~ ............... ."13 19. Project Evaluation Committee .................................................................................. 15 V. Programming ................... -. ........................................................................................... .-... 16 VI. Allocations ....................................................................................................................... 17 vu. ~Ffrojeci ·oelivery·:: ......................................................................................................... ;ra ·--~----~--- 20. Federal Requirements ......................................... -...................................................... 18 21. Design Standards ...................................................................................................... 19 22. Project Inactivity ........................................................................................................ 20 23. Project Reporting ....................................................................................................... 20 VIII. Roles And Responsibilities ......................................................................................... 21 24. California Transportation Commission (Commission) ............................................ 21 25. California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) ................................................. 21 26. Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) With Large Urbanized Areas ......... 22 27. Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (RTPAs) Outside an MPO with Large Urbanized Areas and MPOs without Large Urbanized Areas .......................................... 23 28. Project Applicant ....................................................................................................... 23 IX. Program Evaluation ............................................... ." ........................................................ 23 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines I. Introduction 1. Background January 2016 The Active Transportation Program was created by Senate Bill 99 (Chapter 359, Statutes of 2013) and Assembly Bill 101 (Chapter 354, Statutes of 2013) to encourage increased use of active modes of transportation, such as biking and walking. These guidelines describe the policy, standards, criteria, and procedures forthe development, adoption and management of the Active Transportation Program (ATP)~ The guidelines were developed in consultation with the AGtive Transportation Pra,g~m Workgroup. The·workgroup includes representatives from Caltrans, other governmenJ ·a.~¢ncies, and active tn~11sportation stakeholder organizations With expertise in pedestrian a11cf:bicycle issues, including Safe Routes to School programs. "''· '''•· •· 12rogrnmgui~elines·onMaroh 20, ~0·11r.Tnec2,,:,, ,. . ..... fi _m~yamena1q~,f-TPa~opt~d.guideUnes after conducting at least one public heating. ·TttEfComm1ss1on must maK~'Cl reasonable effort to amend the guidelines prior to a call for projects or:jt1ay.extend .the deadline:{or: project submission in order to comply with the amended guidelines.·. · ,;,; \'\ i:~'k:~~:i~·i''1~77:{~·:~,;~.;· 2. Program Goals '-::·,~·\, ··"-·vt ::. ~ ~, 'l~~_,;,~ .· Pursuant to statute, the goals of the ActiVce Traol)pprtation Pr,,9gr:cim are to: \"°'"'·< ···n.'.:~. ,": ,'~".'. .·. -1:,: ';';·,' • Increase the proportion of trips accomplishea;by"piking :,;j'lilc:J~walking, <"'\_'P:t:ftj'.f·'"'.·'~.>/;, ·~>•·'.'",' '' ",,"-~;'.J:;:'.''',. ~·""'"~ • Increase the· s6fety and~ riiobility of non .. motdriz~cfusers. . ;"' '.~~/~~.: .. ;:,:·:« , ·? ~~:·;;:j:k "~;.,~;~~/:~~,,~~~" f)' -",·w~.~.~:~'ft\ • Advance.the aqti\1~ transpo"~~tion effort~;qf,tegional ag~ncies to achie:we.greenhouse gas reduction ,goals··a~l~tablish\,e,i;Lpursu~nt tQl§~nate 13ill 375 (Chapter 728, Statute.s of 2008) andJ:~ei;ttr11~, .~ill 39·1, {~b,@J>,t~fc~2?%~J;§~atute~L9t 2009). •. ' .· . .'," ·, ·. ">.· ~·., ~ ,'<; '. ··~ / • ...... '-v['·~~~ • .',.> ' ,. :: : ::<<• ~ • ~.: .· :·.':, • '. 'C • • Ef}fiance puQliq,health:~~i11cluding· ·recjiJctipri~of childhood obesity through the use of p[g~rams including,;!:>ut not.limited to, pfoj~cts eligible for Safe Routes,toSchool Program funding. · · · ·· • Ens~re that disadva~t~~ed comrrttinities fully share in the benefits of the program. • Provide a l?r.o~d spectrt.inlof projects to benefit many types of active transportation users. 3. Program Sch~'cl.}1~. The guidelines for the sebOnd'third program of projects must be adopted by March 26, 201517, 2016. . This second program af projects must be adopted by the Cammission by December 2915. Subsequent Each programs must be adopted not later than April 1 of each odd-miffibered year; however, the Commission may alternatively elect to adopt a program annually. The following schedule lists the major milestones for the development and adoption of the 2017 ~Active Transportation Program (ATP): 1 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines Draft ATP Guidelines and Application presented to Commission Commission adopts ATP Fund Estimate Commission hearing and adoption of ATP Guidelines and Application Call for projects Project applications to Caltrans (postmark date) Large MPOs submit optional guidelines to Commission Commission approves or rejects MPO guidelines Commission adopts statewide and small url:l the program Projects not programmed distributeq to large MPG~\ · location ~ · Deadline for MPO project program Commission *Dates coincide with calendar. II. 4. January 2016 March 26, 2Q15 March 17, 2016* March 26, 2015 March 3.0, 201i6 June 1, 2Q15 Jµne 15, 2016 Juae 1, 20't5· June 1, 2016 June 24 25, 2015 June.29.-30, 2016* $ept 15, 2015 October 28, 2016 Nov. 16,2015 Janua · 21, 2011 Dec. 9 1Q, 2015 March 201'(' various federal and state funds' appropriated • ;;,,_ . • $21 million o ···-;. ral Hi ... :-:.,: ay Safety Improvement Program funds or other federal funds . ... ~,,"' .... "',.''\· • State Highway · ~ ~lfl~~~~t<nds. """X~,,. .. :·>:·:~:-· In addition to furthering the ~t~ts of this program, all Active Transportation Program projects must meet eligibility requirements specific to at least one Active Transportation Program funding source. 5. Distribution State and federal law segregate the Active Transportation Program into multiple, overlapping components. The Active Transportation Program Fund Estimate must indicate the funds available for each of the program components. Consistent with these requirements, the Active Transportation Program funds must be distributed as follows: 2 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 • Forty percent to Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) in 1,1rban areas with populations greater than 200,000. • • These funds must be distributed based on total MPO population. The funds programmed and allocated under this paragraph must be selected through a competitive process by the MPOs in accordance with these guidelines. Projects selected by MPOs may be in large urban, small urban, or rural areas. A minimum of 25% of the funds distributed to each po must benefit disadvantaged communities. ... "-::. o SCAG must place priori and region'al govemmen · ns of 200,000 or Jess, with s in those regions. F~deral petitively awarded by the Commission on a statewide basis . A minimum of 25% ~f the funds in the statewide competitive program must benefit disadvantaged communities. Additional minimums may be applied, such as a minimum for safe routes to schools projects, subject to the annual State Budget Act. 6. Matching Requirements Although the Commission encourages the. leveraging of additional funds for a project, matching funds are not required. If an agency chooses to provide match funds, those funds cannot be expended prior to the Commission allocation of Active Transportation Program funds in the same 3 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 project phase (permits and environmental studies; plans, specifications, and estimates; right-of- way; and construction). Matching funds must be expended concurrently and proportionally to the Active Transportation Program funds. The Matching funds may be adjusted befor~ or shortly after ·~---contract award to reflect ar 1y substantive change in tne bid eomi'ared to tl'le estimeted east of the project. Large MPOs, in administering a competitive selection process, may require a funding match for projects selected through their competitive process. Applicants from within a large MPO should be aware that the match requirements may differ between the MPO and statewide competitive programs. 7. Funding for Active Transportation Plans Funding from the Active Transportation Program ma~· s.ed to fund the development of . N" " community wide active· transportation plans in dis~. ~ · ~Q::_,pommunities, inclu.ding bike,. pedestrian, safe routes to schools, or compreheQ "·· e·tctive tit~~'. ortation plans. A list of the components that must be included in an active sportation pla , . n be found in Section 13, b t. E ~*:::o:~ su sec ion . c:~.~ .. ~~~:=·~ .. ~ ds in the · ewide competitive .· ing active trall~l2-rtation plans in in administering its· portion of the for .active transportation plans in · ities, · · · ·ties, . county transportation ' ..... , s. scnool districts, or transit districts : Ian, a routes to schools p1an, nor a ~nd priority for the funding of plans .will be for .;,.regional transportation planning agencies, or ut not both. The lowest priority for funding s older than 5 years. The Cd :. ~sion intends ~'&;:x. reassess the set ·aside for p ~ijs in future prct· · ~-~" . . ~ "'.~:::::::;:;.. . :,;.. . . :.· ~pplications fd'f.l~J:~:,~s may nd~~~~ combined with applications for infrastructure or other non- mfrastructure proJeGts.. :=:::::::;:: '"~ > >~~~~:$~~::.. 8. Reimbursement~: The Active Transportation · rogram is a reimbursement program for eligible costs incurred. Reimbursement is requested through the invoice process · detailed in Chapter 5, Accounting/Invoices, Local Assistance Procedures Manual. Costs incurred prior to Commission allocation and, for federally funded projects, Federal Highway Administration project approval (i.e. Authorization to Proceed) are not eligible for reimbursement. 4 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines 111. eligibility 9. Eligible Applicants January 2016 The applicant and/or implementing agency for Active Transportation Program funds assumes responsibility and accountability for the use and expenditure of program funds. Applicants and/or implementing agencies must be able to comply with alt the federal and state.laws, regulations, ,policies. and procedures required to enter into a Local Administering Agency-State Master Agreement (Master Agreement). Refer to Chapter 4, Agreements, of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual for guidance and procedures on Master Agreements. The following. entities, within the State of California, are eligible to apply for Active Tra · portation Program funds: • Local, Regional or State Agencies-Examples incl Transportation Planning Agency. • Caltrans"'· • Transit Agencies -Any agency respo funds under the Federal Transit Admi • • Public scho .~ • y, county, MPO*, and Regional ».~. . . ' • Pri~f!~~ ofit ta . · i;§}fil~~tions. :., . .Y apply for projects, eligible for Recreational }: liiJ~re'§r:el !1ds 1ona1~li1l~~na\~ailheads, park projects that facilitate trail , · es or co· : ;.~~vity -...:: · p-motor~t:J.t®,rridors, and conversion of abandoned railroad ors. to trails~·;~&J~cts ·~\t. benefit the· general p~lic, and not only a private. entity. • Any<~~i~ ~nt.ity withf~\~ons'Ji~~gr ?versight of transportation or recreational trails that the Co.· · ~s1on deter ~ s to be·:ehg1ble. . A project applican :.~.g!lnd t. ~ ~ve purposefully misrepresented information that could affect a project's scorejfua!.; i. 'ult in the applicant being excluded from the program. °':::\~:*"::;::--:::-' . "::!;;§:~> For funding awarded to a trl~al government, a fund transfer to the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) may be necessary. A tribal government may also partner with another eligible entity to apply if desired. "' Ca/trans and MPOs, except for MPOs that are also regional transportation planning agencies, are not eligible project applicants for the federal Transportation Alternative Program funds appropriated to the Active Transportation Program. Therefore, funding awarded to projects submitted directly by Ca/trans and MPOs are limited to other Active Transportation Program funds. Ca/trans and MPOs may partner with an eligible entity to expand funding opportunities. 5 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines 10. Partnering With Implementing Agencies January 2016 Entities that are unable tQ appl~ for Active Transpmtatjon Pmgcaw fl mds or that are • mable to enter into a Master Agreement with the State must partner with an eligible applicant that can implement the project. Entities that are unfamiliar with the requirements to administer a Federal- Aid Highway Program project may partner with an eligible applicant that can implement the project. If another entity agrees to assume responsibility for the ongoing operations and maintenance of the facility, documentation of the agreement (e.g., letter of intent) must be submitted with the project application, and a copy of the M orandum of Understanding or lnteragency Agreement between the parties must be submitt _.: h the first request for allocation . .. The implementing agency will be responsible and ac. · · for the use and expenditure of program funds. '4':; ·-~ .. ,. 11. Eligible Projects All projects must be selected through a com~ program goals. Because the majority of funds 1 funds, projects must be federal-aid eligible: . ...:: ..... • Infrastructure Projects: Ca · This typically includes the e , of a capital (facilities) project. a complete project study rep6 considered a P · · · "vafent if ' ~·. schedule. Thg'· .:.[$§S,.or eqt.,ti ·~"8,_~ ~ " . -,;,:.~>~ .. ' for program·····. ~ ·, it mus ~provide · components. · · . . SR elines . · http://www.catc. . . ATP.ht e process and must , t one or more of the !3nsportatio , {.!Jgram are federal • ' k 'i::;~:<·:·.·· ...... l\:f~....... .... l.~1.1l!~W~y~meh : dition for private development approval or :::~···'·"":.:·ifs is no~eJ!~i£!,e fo ·. · e Transportation Program. ~~: '~<·:"':"':":"~" . • ·. \ .... :.,,~: The deveiB"~'f:pent o . -.rnmunity wide bicycle, pedestrian, safe routes to school, or~~tl.~~nspo~~~,~~~~~~~~~~~;~vantaged com~~~!ty. __ .. • Non-iri'f~1lstructure Pror-:.~fs: Educ~tion, encouragement, and enforcement activities that further t'hi\::g.Q.!31s of thi ogram .. The Commission intends to focus funding for non- infrastructu'ffi:~~fu ojects .·: ilot and start-up projects that can demonstrate funding for -;~........ < ";,;;.,,'"'~:~~" ongoing effort' · • ive Transportation Program funds are not intended to fund ongoing prograni·o .:»:;g;·· ·bas. Non-infrastructure projects are not limited to those benefiting school students. ···~:·· • Infrastructure projects with non-infrastructure components. A. Example Projects Below is a list of projects considered generally eligible for Active Transportation Program funding. This list is not intended to be comprehensive; other types of projects that are not on this list may also be eligible if they further the goals of the program. Components of an otherwise eligible project may not be eligible. For information on ineligible components, see the Department's Local Assistance/ATP website. 6 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 • Development of new bikeways and walkways that improve mobility, access, or safety for non-motorized users. • Improvements to existing bikeways and walkways, which improve mobility, access, or • • • • safety for non-motorized users. · o Elimination of hazardous conditions on existing bikeways and walkways. o Preventative maintenance of bikeways and walkways with the primary goal of extending the service life of the facility. Installation of traffic control devices to improve the safety of pedestrians and bjc;yclists . Safe Routes to School projects that improve the saf ··fef' children walking and bicycling to school, in accordance with Section 1404 of F?ubr W 109-59. · ri· Safe routes to transit projects, which will eqt"®J. t~--=ransit by improving biking and walking routes to mass transportation facilities'-::a~ schoi5'~bus stops. Secure bicycle parking at employment ,.<~~l ~ark and~~·~ ·S, rail and transit stations, and ferry docks arid landings for the b . of the public. . ~ . • Bicycle-carrying facilities on public trans1 • Establishment or expansion • Recreational trails and trailh '<;: to non-motorized corridors, an·. cilitale trail· lif\ka9:es .(lr connectivity d railroad corridors to trails. • • 0 f.e routes to scheols, or active . . ··; g, ~md other n.on-infrastructure in increasillg actJve transportation, including to-work or walk-to-work schoof day/month o Develop, :..;,.~!!!tand P. hing of community walking and biking maps, including school route/travelF · ... "'-'. ' o Development a · mplementation of walking school bus or bike train programs. o Components of open streets events directly linked to the promotion of a new infrastructure project. o Targeted enforcement activities around high pedestrian and/or bicycle injury and/or fatality locations (intersections or corridors). These activities cannot be general traffic enforcement but must be tied to improving pedestrian and bicyclist safety. o School crossing guard training. o School bicycle clinics. 7 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 o Development and implementation of programs and tools that maximize use of available and emerging technologies to implement the goals of the Active Transportation Program. 12.Minimum Request for Funds In order to maximize the effectiveness of program funds and to encourage the aggregation of small projects into one larger comprehensive project, the minimum request for Active Transportation Program funds that will be considered is $250,000. This minimum does not apply to non-infrastructure projects, Safe Routes to Schools project · ~creational Trails projects, and plans. f> MPOs, in administering a competitive selection proc~S,~ .. '6. · · ea different minimum funding . '.;/'~::{'."~"'"'' . size. Use of a minimum proj~ct size greater than $5 ;·([(:JO mus ..._~pproved by the Commission prior to an MPO's call for projects. ··::~·-·:.. 13. Project Type Requirements . ·. ·~-....-..:" .. .,, As discussed in the Funding Distribution section't~ .. ~.£ve), S · Active Transportation Program into . · tiple, overlapf!i.·~ · . the requirements specific to these · · nts. · · A. Disadvantaged Communities ~ and Fede ·.:-J~;.iv segregate the nerits. Below i~~!;:l explanation of ~ .. :." • g the most disadvantaged 25% in the state according to the latest version of the California Communities Environmental IEmiiroScreen) scores. This list can be found at the followihg Disadvantaged Communities: http://www.calepa.ca.gov/EnvJustice/GHGlnvest/ • At least 75% of public school students in the project area are eligible to receive free or reduced-price meals under the National School Lunch Program. Data is available at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sd/sd/filessp.asp. Applicants using this measure must indicate how the project benefits the school students in the project area or, for projects not directly benefiting school students, explain why this measure is representative of the larger community. If a project applicant believes a project benefits a disadvantaged community but the project does not meet the aforementioned criteria, the applicant must submit for consideration a quantitative 8 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 assessment of why the community should be considered disadvantaged, or how the project connects a disadvantaged community to outside resources or amenities. MPOs, in administering a competitive selection process, may use different criteria for determining which projects benefit Disadvantaged Communities if the criteria are approved by the Commission prior to an MPO's call for projects. 8. Safe Routes to School Projects For a project to contribute toward the Safe Routes to School funding requirement, the project must directly increase safety and convenience for public school students to w~lk and/or bike to school. Safe Routes to Schools infrastructure projects must b · ·-:"· ted within two :miles of a public school or within the vicinity of a public school bus st9 · er than traffic education and enforcement activities, non-infrastructure projects do not location restriction . . · C. Recreational Trails Projects ,, . Trail projects that are primarily recreational .sJ1~Tu meet th Recreational Trails Program as such project · . not be eligible fo (http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/recrea :. · trails/). D. Technjcal Assistance Resource Center Typical Technical Assistance Reso • • · · ... :B,~ggra · .,_ , ation. ral, requirements of the ing from other sources ' "~:;~-:;:;-::;.;.. . . :.:::::::... The C' · .. : .. }ssion intencf _"·:"-;,, und a".'.'~. . technic sistance center by programming funds to the Departme~_who will a"·. . 'ster .. "·: · tracts to support all current and potential Active Transportat~ · . rogram applr.: : ts. ·... · ·. . ·~· .. ·· .. :&. ·. ~::: E. Active Traiisjl tation Pl · Acity, county, coun ·~nspo ·n commission, regional transportation planning agency, MPO, school district, or trans:. · ay prepare an active transportation plan (bicycle, pedestrian, safe-routes-to-school, o·r:~. 'rehensive). An active transportation plan prepared by a city or county may be integrated f ·the circulation element of its general. plan or a separate plan which is compliant or will be brought into compliance with the Complete Streets Act, Assembly Bill 1358 (Chapter 657, Statutes of 2008). An active transportation plan must include, but not be limited to, the following components or explain why the component is not appticable: • The estimated number of existing bicycle trips and pedestrian trips in the plan area, both in absolute numbers and as a percentage of all trips, and the estimated increase in the number of bicycle trips and pedestrian trips resulting from implementation of the plan. • The number and location of collisions, serious injuries, and fatalities suffered by bicyclists and pedestrians in the plan area, both in absolute numbers and as a percentage of all 9 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 collisions and injuries, and a goal for collision, serious injury, and fatality reduction after implementation of the plan. • A map and description of existing and proposed land use and settlement patterns which • • • must include, but not be hm1ted to, locations of res1dent1al nerghborhoods, schools, shopping centers, public buildings, major employment centers, and other destinations. A map and description of existing and proposed bicycle transportation facilities, including a description of bicycle facilities that serve public and private schools and, if appropriate, a description of how the five Es (Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Engineering, and Evaluation) will be used to increase rates of bicycling to school. A map and description of existing and proposed endii,a~!fi> bicycle parking facilities . A description of existing and proposed polici~. ··fed to bicycle parking in public locatio_ns, private parking garages and parking:.. :' · .~&:, new commercial and residential developments. • A map and description of existing and p . d bicycle tran . and parking facilities for connections with and use of other tratl:· ;;;. ation modes. The · st include, but not be limited to, bicycle parking facilities at lt\fJ~iJ stops, rail and tran ~~mminals, ferry docks and landings, park and ride lots, and pro\11~(· .. ~ for tr ··:· porting bidyql'sts and bicycles on transit or rail vehicles or ferry essels. ·~ · • A map and description of e -~~nd propos . strian facilities, including those at major transit hubs and those l:,; ..... ,:~:~, ublic an· ate scrools and, if appropriate, a description of how the five Es\tliquc .. ,,~: I;ncoura ~lit, Enforcement, Engineering, ~nd Evaluation) ~i u_~ed to in_~~fe rat~~\'ff~!,king · ". ool. Major tr~nsit h~bs must include, but ar ~ to, rarl aq'ey~tran .. nws. an . rry·docks and landings. . --~;( ~>::~ • A descriptio ·.;.-. ropos · ignage .! g wayffh€fjg along bicycle and pedestrian networks to d 'tgb. ted des 1r:lations. • .. «' ·~·.. ~<::::~ . . • · · n of th ::~ · · cedure{!;i~r maintaining existing and proposed bicycle ·fl fac1h _ . ·.. t "ti~ limited to, the maintenance of smooth ~n , ·' ~~~~~el ~~,a(;es, fre'' ~y;ci¥ri encroaching vegetation, maintenance of control de~r~i'! .. Jnclut"i-.'%: ._striping alie other pavement markings, and lighting. ~-t-. · .. ·-•··A . i~of· · · &-p .... ::"-=~·> ·~fl--safety,OOuc-atioo;-and-efleetff"-ageme'*'Programs- cond .-.• ::~l m the area. luded WJthtn the plan, efforts by the law enforcement agency having prJfu.?ry traffic laW;:;E:mforcement responsibility in the area to enforce provisions of the law im·P,~:;~tJ_ng bicyq)J~!~~nd pedestrian safety, and the resulting effect on collisions involving bic}~tf and~~1·tiestrians. "=~· .. :::~~;:::~~ • A_ description oft -~:~@J~rft of community in~?lvement in development of the plan, including disadvantaged and anderserved communities. • A description of how the active transportation plan has been coordinated with neighboring jurisdictions, including school districts within the plan area, and is consistent with other local or regional transportation, air quality, or energy conservation plans, including, but not limited to, general plans and a Sustainable Community Strategy in a Regional Transportation Plan. • A description of the projects and programs proposed in the plan and a listing of their priorities for implementation, including the methodology for project prioritization and a proposed timeline for implementation. 10 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 • A description of past expenditures for bicycle and pedestrian facilities and programs, and future financial needs for projects and programs that improve safety and convenience for bicyclists and pedestrians in the plan ar~a. Include anticipated revenue sources and potential grant funding for bicycle and pedestrian uses. • A description of steps necessary to implement the plan and the reporting process that will be used to keep the adopting agency and community informed of the progress being made in implementing the plan. • A resolution showing adoption of the plan by the city, county or district. If the active transportation plan was prepared by a county transportation cornrnission, regional transportation planning, agency, MPO, school district · · ransit district, the. plan should indicate the support via resolution of the city(s) or co · in which the proposed facilities would be located. A city, county, school district, or transit distriCt that ha submit the plan to the county transportation co ,._ approval. The city, .county, school .district/ or Caltrans in· connection with an application •fo implement the plan. IV. Pro·ect Selection .PrC>ces 14. Projec;:t Applicctit!. .. e sections on ,will be available at: · essed or delivered to: Caltrans . Division of Local ce, MS-1 Attention: Chief, Offi~' of Active Transportation and Special Programs P.O Box 942874 Sacramento, CA 95814 Except for applications submitted through an optional MPO supplemental call for projects, the Commission will consider only projects for which five hard copies and one electronic copy (via cd or portable hard drive) of a complete application are postmarked by the application deadline. £!y the same date, an additional copy must also be sent to the Regional Transportation Planning Agency or County Transportation Commission within which the project is located and to the MPO 11 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 (a contact list can be found at www.dot.ca.gov/hq/tpp/offices/orip/). The copy may be hard copy or electronic -check with your regional agency or county commission for their preference. 15. SequeRtial Rr&ject SelectieR All project applications, except for applications submitted through an optional MPO supplemental call for projects, must be submitted to Caltrans for consideration in the statewide competition. The Commission will consider approval of a competitive grant only when it finds that the grant request meets the requirements of statute and that the project has a commitment of any supplementary funding needed for a full funding plan. Projects not selected for programming in the statewide co , ·:;:.::§::~tion must be considered in the large MPO run competitions or the state run Small Urban · u.ral competitions. .. " A large urban MPO may elect to have a supplemer:tt?I~ :., 4t!t: call for projects. The projects received in this call must be considered along · ttYose nof'-':~~ · ted through the statewide . ~ . competition. " 16. MPO Competitive Project Selection · "weighting, minimum project size, s used by the Commission for 'the Commission. An MPO ct a supplemental call for may us.e · erent project selection criteria or weighting, m1rnmum Pf~<?J ize, ma .. ::J:1::::,and/o ... ~J!nition of disadvantaged communities for its compet~-~~~i~;:: ....... ~)1,t?Igcess '.;.:::<".. . ":'1~~UCJ! p'fq~ct size of $500,000 or.less,.or of a di~er~nt match;~.:. y1rement tn:a·%l~:{he st~~¥t,tde co~)lll*~ program does not ~~qwre prior C~mm1ss1on approv~ MPO may'.'aj~Q elec~U;>;.,!:1ave a supplemental MPO spec1f1c call for projects. The -.:;:;::;.... .., ..... :-;. . . projes;t$ .s~Jyed in this ., · ·:, U$tl:J]~1~~.pnfilc:LeJed 9J.c:>.r:ig witb~1hQ$e not selet:!tJ~.d~ m.ro.ughJbe statewide coijf. etition. ·'.':::~~:~t" .~ --~~"::~ ~ In administering ·a,~~rnpetitive ··>·"" ction process, an MPO must use a multidisciplinary advisory group to assist in e'V'a.,.l)_f!ting pr.gj~tt applications. Following its competitive selection process, an MPO must submit its p~g~.:r; :·:<·:@ recommendations to the Commission along with the following: •• •• ">-~ •" '.p'-"-" • Project applications that were not submitted through the statewide program • List of the members of its multidisciplinary advisory group • Description of unbiased project selection methodology • Program spreadsheet with the following elements o All projects evaluated 12 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 o Projects recommended with total project cost, request amount, fiscal years, phases, ~tate only funding requests, amount benefiting disadv~ntaged communities o Project type designations such as Non-infrastructare, Safe Routes to School, etc. • Board resolution approving program of projects • Updated Project Programming Requests (PPRs) 17.Screening Criteria Before evaluation, project appl.ications will be sere • • Supplanting Funds: A. project that is funding in the Active Transportatf supplant other committed funds. ·: =:~~~ • Eligibility of project: Project must be "if"·' Section 11 of th'ese guid~I" ,y . · .. 1.,. • .,, \. ~ ' " Proposed pro -:..,,,.. ... :will be scor~:o .. ~and ran ed on the basis of applicant responses to the below criteria. Project ~f:i~\ · mming r -:>::~~mmendations may not be based strictly on the rating criteria given the various · anent the Active Transportation Program and requirements of the various fund sources. • Potential for incre .... · ·walking and bicycling, especially among students, including the identification of walking and bicycling routes to and from schools, transit facilities, community centers, employment centers, and other destinations; and including increasing and improving connectivity and mobility of non-motorized users. (0 to 30 points) • Potential for reducing the number and/or rate (including the potential) of pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities and injuries, including the identification of safety hazards for pedestrians and bicyclists. (0 to 25 points) • Public participation and Planning. (0 to 15 points) 13 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 Identification of the community-based public participation process that culminated in the project proposal, which may include noticed meetings and consultation with local stakeholders. Project applicants must clearly articulate how the local participation process (mclud1ng the part1c1p~t1on of d1saavantaQeC'.l community s.talteholders) resulted in tlie identification and prioritization of the proposed project. For projects costing $1 million or more, an emphasis ,will be placed on projects that are prioritized in an adopted city or county bicycle transportation plan, pursuant to Section 891.2, pedestrian plan, safe routes to school plan, active transportation plan, trail plan, or circulation element of a general plan that incorporated elements of an active transportation plan. In future funding cycles, the Commission exp to make consistency with an approved active transportation plan a requirement f · · projects. • Improved public health through the targeting of~~ x. tions with high risk factors for obesity, physical inactivity. asthma or otner:"--·ith s, with a description of the intend,ed health benefits of the proposed · f:'(O to.:1 ' · ts) .· • Benefit to disadvantaged communities points} • t Applicants must: " o Demonstrate how the commonly identified parks, comrnun~ty ce o Provide a map that school(s) that will benefit •.. . .::::::·i~advant~g~sa'\\~!1:1munity(ies) .. ·to . as medical f~1!J~1es, emptoyers, or s of the range of alternatives considered. · in relationship fo both the total project cost e consid "'"'-.·pns w ... l~m read , ,, oject applicant must show that the project v.~~:illn;tady ach·~Yf'd. envilt''· ental. clearance _fboth CEQA and NEPA} and final de§(X•:O-. . .. •\.. . .. "'.. . ............... ~ .. ~···· ~~..:~~~-,.. "·-··~ . The ~~l;;:~IC benef1 .-.v~·. st mo el is being updated to incorporate active transpd~~C?.n ~rojecfi~ When t~is update is _com~lete, applicants must use this model to ~a:iJ1fy the .: . · t-effect1veness of their project. bdHffi~i-Ria&-~x~.~e~W~BKlaet:r ffi"=st-eeRetcati.Qf!.-9EffieifitJGGl:)t-f¥WEfel-fef-lf:itfi:tstl=HGW!'<e-alflG--A<:ffi- -5fi:HE!-af'IS-llVH=''Y-teV:eJ-:.. Applicants must use the benefit/Gast model for active transportation projects developed by Caltrans •.vhen responding to this criterion (a link to the model is posted on the Commissian1s •.vebsite under· Programsf.l~.TP). Applicants are encouraged to provide feedback on instructions, ease of use, inputs, etc. This input 'Nill be useful in determining future revisions of the model. • Leveraging of non-ATP funds on the ATP project scope proposed. (0 to 5 points) • Use of the California Conservation Corps or a qualified community conservation corps, as defined in Section 14507.5 of the Public Resources Code, as partners to undertake or construct applicable projects in accordance with Section 1524 of Public Law 112-141. 14 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 Points will be deducted if an applicant does not seek corps participation or if an applicant intends not to utilize a corps in a project in which the corps can participate. (0 or ta -5 points) The California Conservation Corps can be contacted atp@ccc.ca.gov. Qualified community conservation inquiry@atpcommunitycorps.org. corps can be contacted at Direct contracting with the California Conservation Corps or a quaHfied community conservation corps without bidding is permissible proviqed that tr1e implementing agency demonstrates cost effectiveness per 23 CFR 635.204 dbtaiiis approval from Caltrans. A copy of the agreement between the impl g ·agency and the proposed con~ervation corps must be provided to the. De 19! Project Selection between If two or more projects applicati score, the following criteria· will be • • • IQ reviewing and selecting ~ects to be funded with federal Recreational Trails program funds, the Commission .and/or Caltrans staff will collaborate with the Department of Parks and Recreation to evaluate proposed projects. MPOs, in administering a competitive selection process, must use a. multidisciplinary advisory group, similar to the aforementioned Project Evaluation Committee, to assist in evaluating project applications. 15 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines V. Programming January 2016 Following at least one public hearing, the Commission will adopt a program of projects for the Active Transportation Program, by April 1 of each odd numbered year. Ho\\1ever, for the 2015 program, U:ie deaelliAe fer j!91'S~rammiA~ ie Beeem~er 31, 2615. The Active Tt a11spur tatior 1 Program must be developed consistent with the fund estimate and the amount programmed in each fiscal year must not exceed the amount identified in the fund estimate. The program of projects for each fiscal year will include, for each project, the amount to be funded from the Active Transportation Program, and the estimated tota.1 cost of the project. In the case of a large project delivered in segments, include the total cost of®:e segment for which ATP funds are requested. Project costs in the Active Transportation Pi;q'-.~?h1 will include costs for each of the following components: (1) permits and environmentatm1Vaies; (2) plans, specifications, and estimates; (3) right-of-way; and (4) construction. The co$r1Pt~fa)p project component will be listed in t~e Active Transportation Program no earlier than~Wh~\bal year in which the particular project component can be implemented. '··:-..:. · ~ When proposing to fund only preconstructi " demonstrate the means by which it intends · consistent with the regional transportation plan. t, the applicant must useable segment, ··",,:;: . . l~~r:ggra ...... . lloca · · ~. rejects in whole thousands of dollars and project df11~~.!tt!J is fff®J:'{!-;Jnded fr . ombination of Active Transportation Program mmitted fun~i·mg; The~m-ommission will regard funds as committed when they are the Com111)fs'fbn or wft~b.Jhe agency with discretionary authority over the funds ·itmenflo ~;::."'" proJe~ orainance or resolution~ For federaT formula fund~. {ansportati . rogram, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program, and fe · .. 9rmula it funds, the commitment may be by Federal ·approval of the Feder~! Statewide ··:.:;:.~orta . Improvement Pro~ram. For federal discretionary funds, the commitment may be by~~~ proval of a full funding grant agreement or by grant approval. ~~'".t~ ""<>~\; -x:-:·· ".~~~ ... ~~~ If the program of projects adopted by the Commission does not program the full capacity identified in the fund estimate for a given fiscal year, the balance will remain available to advance programmed projects. Subject to the availability of federal funds, a balance not programmed in one fiscal year will carry over and be available for projects in the following fiscal year. The intent of the Commission is to consolidate the allocation of federal funds to as few projects as practicable. Therefore, the smallest projects may be designated, at the time of programming, for state-only funding. 16 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines VI. Allocations January 2016 The Comm.ission will consider the allocation of funds for a project when it receives an allocation request and recommendation from Caltrans in the same manner as for the STIP (see se.ction 64 of the STIP guidelines). The recommendation will include a determination of project readiness, the availability of appropriated funding, and the availability of all identified and committed supplementary funding. Where the project is to be implemented by an agency other than the applicant, the allocation request must include a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding or lnteragency Agreement between the project applicant and implementing agency. The. Commi9sion will approve the allocation if the fun .· available and the allocation is necessary to implement the project as incl.uded in the j · ctive Transportation Program. ·:*~y ... In order to ensure the timely use of all program f. :"' ::·tn~ Comm · n will, in the last quarter of the fiscal year, allocate fl.Inds to projects progr in afuture f1 ear on a first-come, first served basis. If thereare insufficient funds, t · mission mqy del . e allocation of funds to a project until the next fiscal year without req ·.; . n extension. Should ~~µests for allocations exceed available capacity, the Commission w~jve pri f'.::vto projects·q~l:Qgrammed in the ·.~~.!' ~.'"" y ~~"*!..:~:~N current-year. ·~· '~::· Allocation requests for a project in recoml'Jlendation by the MPO. · n of the program must include a ode,' Commission will not allocate · nt.::of-way, or construction Qf an roR ·c1earar:ice ur:ider. the .California '" 'i ,, '' ' ',, ',, e Commission will not qll()cat.ei funds, other funded project prior to documentation of · .• ental Policy. Act. Exceptions to thi9 policy .. for the acquisition of right-of-way prior to ~· .. :view. "·""' ,, Any amount allocated for environmental may also be expended for design. ln addition, a local agency may expend an amount allocated for environmental, design, right of way, or construction for another allocated project component, provided that the total expenditure shifted to a component in this way is not more than 20 percent of the amount actually allocated for either component. This means that the amount transferred by a local agency from one component to another may be no more than 20 percent of whichever of the components has received the smaller allocation from the Commission. Any scope changes must be presented to Caltrans for consideration prior to allocation. Caltrans will make a recommendation of approval to the Commission for final approval. 17 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 Scope changes that result in a decrease of active trans.portation benefits may result in removal from the program. VII. Prorect Delivery Active Transportation Program allocations must be requested in the fiscal year of project programming, and construction allocations are valid for award for six months from the date of allocation unless the Commission approves an extension. Applicants may submit and the Commission will evaluate extension requests in the same manner <:lS for STIP projects (see section 66 of the STIP guidelines) except that extension to the period for project allocation and for prOject award will be limited to twelve months. Extension uests for a project in the MPO selected portion of the program must include a recommend · .y the MPO, consistent with the preceding requirements. If there are insufficient funds, the Commission may de: the next fiscat year without requiring an extension tion of funds to a project until Whenever programmed funds are not alloc~ ,...., hin the fiscal ye are programmed or within the time allowed by an approved exte~~n. the project will be Jed from the Active Transportation Program. Funds available followif.l~ttJe deletfQn,, of a proj~· · y be allocated to a programmed project advanced m a future~1.~;::_, 'S:ry~ An MPO, .i _:--.ministering its competitive portion ot the Active rtation P must determine ~~ich projects to advance and m~e that recommend com mis It is incumbent u '.:ll~e imple .~.-:::~)ing agency to develop accurate project cost estimates. If the amount of a contracHaward isJefss· than the amount allocated, or if the final cost of a component is less than the amdtl-:~·· ,,::::=~~t°ed, the savings generated will not be available for future programming. Caltrans will track the delivery of Active Transportation Program projects and submit to the Commission a semiannual report showing the delivery of each project phase. 21. Federal Requirements Unless programmed for state-only funding, project applicants must comply with the provisions of Title 23 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations and with the processes and procedures contained in the Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures Manual and the Master Agreement with 18 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 Caltrans. Below are examples of federal requirements that must be met when administering Active Transportation Program projects. • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance and documentation is required on all projects. Refer to Chapter 6, Environmental Procedures, of the Local Assistanc;:e Procedures Manual for guidance and procedures on complying with NEPA and other federal environmentally related laws. • Project applicants may n.ot proceed with the final design of a project or request "Authorization to proc.eed with Right-of-Way" or "Authorization to proceed .with Const~uction" until Caltrans has. signed a Categorical Exclusion, a Finding of ·No Significant Impact, or a R~fOfd of Decision. Failure t ··JJow this requirement will make the project ineligible for federal reimbursement. . ·· ." ~ • If the project requires the purchase of right of ~~,{:;ft;;e,_acquisition of real property), the provisions of the Uniform Relocation Assistan~l.a'h~~al Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 apply; For more information, r · 'i:'lf Chapt~ Right of Way, of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual. ::- • If the project applicant r~quires th . architects, land surveyqrs, Qt enginee , Setecfiol'}, of the Local A~sfstance Proced • Contract documents are req Davis Bacon wage rates·, co • Employment Opportunity pro .. 891 .Jtes . all city, county, regional, and other. local ment or o~ation of bikeways or roadways where bicycle . ety design criteria established by Calfrans, except that ety design criteria if specific conditions are met, as Co . ··action 891(b). Chapter 11, Design Standards, of the edures Manual describes statewide · design standards, and references that are acceptable in the geometric, drainage, Jstance projects . For capital projects off the w e highway system, the project applicant will be responsible for the ongoing operations and maintenance of the facility. If another entity agrees to assume responsibility for the ongoing operations and maintenance of the facility, documentation of the agreement must be submitted with the project application, and a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding or lnteragency Agreement between the parties must be submitted with the request for allocation. All facilities constructed using Active Transportation Program funds cannot revert to a non-Active Transportation Program use for a minimum of 20 years or its actual useful life as documented in the project application, whichever is less, without approval of the Commission. 19 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines 23. Project Inactivity January 2016 Once funds for a project are encumbered, project applicants are expected to invoice on a regular basis (for federal funds, see 23 CFR 630.106 and the Caltrans'·fnactive Obligation Policy); Failure to do so wi11 r esalt in ttle project being aeemea "inactrve" and subject to de-oblrgatron 1f proper justification is not provided. · 24. Project Reporting As a condition of the project allocation, the Commission requires the implementing agency to submit semi-annual reports on the activities and progress ma e toward implementation of the project and a final delivery report. An agency implementing a · ect in the MPO selected portion of the program must also submit copies of its semi-annu . s and of its final delivery report to th~ M~~-The purpose of the rep~rts i~ ~o ensure that .;~!7ct is executed in a timely~ashion and 1s w1thm the scope and budget 1dent1f1ed when th o · s made to fund the project. q~ Within one year of the project becoming operab · ~ implementi ·~ ency must provide a final delivery report to the Commission which incl · -.:::. ·.. · '1 •• • The scope of the completed project as .. ·.;,P.ared to th~ program Before and after photos doc~Q1enting the ~i~1~ . . . .. ·:.':::"::.. • • The final costs as compare · • • • ~~=:~:~*]f~ . roject application . ed to those described in the . trian and/or bicycfe counts, nts. s or qualified community conservation corps ct application. ,.«~:":"t"":>":":"~ Please_,.;::tl'@te··· tha ·t ... by this section. is in addition to the aforerf.f::? lOned Final ' ·. ~:;;:. For the pur i~-of-tms.sec . .,.;~:.a proj . .',;:;~ecomes operable when the construction-contract is accepted or !GSiS!l[ed equipmEiiM:ip rece°R't~'lf. or in the case of non-infrastructure activities, when the activities ar~~=q~mplete. ·~~W~ -~~·<<· ~~-:~·:· ~:::~;:~:;~ ~ .~~~~==:~::.= Caltrans must audif '.~lect!~ti):·of Active Transportation Program projects to evaluate the performance of the pr ··:~t;~~(a~t~rmine whether project costs incurred and reimbursed are in "'<:1-"i'\.~~'\ ... \."'-}· compliance with the execatea project agreement or approved amendments thereof; state and federal laws and regulations; contract provisions; and Commission guidelines, and whether project deliverables (outputs) and outcomes are consistent with the project scope, schedule and benefits described in the executed project agreement or approved amendments thereof. A report on the projects audited must be submitted to the Commission annuaHy. 20 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines VIII. Roles And Responsibilities 25. California Transportation Commission (Commission) The Commission responsibilities include: January 2016 • Adopt guidelines, aR6 policies, and application for the Active Transportation Program. • Adopt Active Transportation Program Fund Estimate. • E~aluate, SGore and rank projects, incluc;iing forming and facilitating the Project Evaluation · Committee. . .. ~ • In consYltation with Regiona4 Agencies and Caltran · ~~rnend and adopt a program of projects, incfuding: o The statewide component of the Active:~:.>1·. · .... ,;,~Uon Program, ,,.,,.. ··~·~..., '"-VJJ •·• .. o The small urban & rurat componeA he Active r ortation Program, and o The MPO selected componenV the MPOs. . • Post recommendations an website, • 26. Cali.fornia Dep· • • • ~· ' Commission's • Perform eligibility and deliverability reviews of Active Transportation Program projects and inform the Commission of any identified issues as they arise this includes but is not limited to reviewing all Non-infrastructure projects to identify if a project is requesting fonds for ongoing program operations. • Assist as needed in functions such as facilitating project evaluation teams and evaluating applications. • Notify successful applicants of their next steps after each call for projects. • Recommend project allocations (including funding type) to the Commission. 21 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 • Track and report on project implementation, including project completion. • Audit a selection of projects Perform audits of projects in accordance with generally accepted government auditing standards. . • Serve as the main point of contact in project 1mplementafton, including adm1rnstermg the contract(s) for the technical assistance resource center. 27.Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) With·Large Urbanized Areas MPOs with large urbanized areas. are resppnsible for over~eeing a competitive project selection process in accordance with these guideline~. The responsipilif .. include: • Ensure that at least 25% of the funds in each MPO 1t disadvantaged communities. • If using different project selection criteria or we· · :.inimum project size greater than $500,000, match requirement, or definitio . 1s -~~entaged communities for its competitive selection process, the MPO : · t obtain Cd"m·· ·ssion approval prior to the MPO's call for projects. / ··: • If electing to have a supplemental M · · . • • • MPO boundaries that were not selecte . considered along with those received in tti notify the Commission of -&•:·. • tent ·.to ha application deadline . election criterii'.i and weighting, minimum . of disadvanta§ed communities as used by on may delegate its project selection to the • gency list of projects to be amended into the program in the t is delivered for less or fails, approve and recommend such .Q..:. ..... : .• -. ion approval. This contingency list will be provided to the ..... HJienn effect only until the adoption of the next statewide program. '~~~~:· • Recommend allocation requests for a project in the MPO selected portion of the program. • Determine which projects to advance and make that recommendation to the Commission. • Submit an annual assessment of its portion of the program in terms of its effectiveness in achieving the goals of the Active Transportation Program. In addition, the following statutory requirements apply specifically to the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG): 22 California Transportation Commission 2017 ATP Guidelines January 2016 • SCAG must. consult with county transportation comm1ss1ons, the Commission, and Caltrans in the development of competitive project selection criteria. The criteria should include consideration of geographic equity, consistent with program objectives. • SCAG must place priority on projects that are consistent with plans adopted by local and regional governments within the county where the project is located. • SCAG must obtain concurrence from the county transportation commissions. · 28. Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (RTPAs} Outside an MPO with Large Urbanized Areas and MPOs without Large Urbanized Areas These Regional Tran~portation Planning Agencies and MP make recommendations or pravide input to the ·Comm· boundaries that are applying for Active Transportation. · tside the nine large MPOs)'may ardtng ithe projects:within their inding. " 29. Project Applicant Project applicants n:ominate Active Transpo • Projects programiii . · '"""' • Projects al.located, •. . , .r carrying out the "th federal, state, :-; ·ect applicant will be' responsible . . ther entity agrees to assume . ility; documentation of the .i:i. 'opy of the Memorandum of .: st be submitted with 1he request I be · t or its effectiveness in 1ncreasing fhe use of fornia. A~ffeants that receive funding for a project must · ~cribed·ln the ''Project Reporting" section. its ann·~al report to the Legislature a discussion. on the s of planned and achieved improvement in mobility and safety elude a summary of its activities relative 'to the administration . am including: • Projects completed to date by project type, • Projects completed to date by geographic distribution, • Projects completed to date by benefit to disadvantaged communities, and • Projects completed to date with the California Conservation Corps.or qualified community conservation corps. 23 ##-Agency Name-## ATP Cvcle 2 Part 8 & c 2015 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM PROJECT APPLICATION= CYCLE 3 Part B: Narrative Questions· (Application Screening/Scoring) Project unique application No.: ------------------ Implementing Agency's Name: Important: -Applicants must ensure all data in Part B of the application is fully consistent with Part A ~Q . . -Appliqants must follow all instru.ctiQns ~cl.guidance to have a chance .at receiviRg full points for the narrative question and to avoid flaws in the application which could result in disqualification. Applicants must ensure that all information provided is an accurate representation of the project. Misinformation that could affect the projects score may result in the application being exclutfed from the selection process. Screening Criteria Narrative Question #1 Narrative Question #2 Narrative Question #3 Narrative Question '#4 Narrative Question #5 Narrative Question #6 Narrative Question #7 Narrative Question #8 Narrative Question #9 Page I 1 Table of Contents Page:_ Page:_ ' """" .,-,.-~~"~~--~·~"" Page:_ Page:_ Page:_ Page:_ Page:_ Page:_ Page:_ Page:_ ##-Agency Name-## ATP O;cle 2 Part B & C 2015 Part B: Narrative Questions Screening Criteria The following Screening Criteria are requirements for applications to be considered for ATP funding. Failure to demonstrate a project. meets these crite.ria will result is the disqualification of the application. ·· · · 3., QemeRStFated fissal Reeds ef tl:ie applisaRt: 2. CeRsisteRey '•'*'ith Regis Ra I PlaR. 1. Consistency with a regional transportation plan 2. Supplanting Funds: A project ~hat is already fully funded will not be considered for funding in the Active Transportation Program. ATP funds cannot be used to supplant other committed funds. 3. Eligibility of project: Project must be 1>ne of the four types of projects listed in Section 11 of these guidelines. · • Infrastructure Projects: Capital improvements that will further the goals of this program. This typically includes the environmental, design, right-of-way, and construction phases. of a·c~pital · (fadlities) project. A new infrastructure project will not be programmed withou.t .a complete project study repor;t.(PSR) or PSR equivalent. The application will be considered a PSR equivalent if it defines and justifies the projed scope, cost and schedule. Though the PSR or equivalent may focus on the project components proposed for programming, it must provide at least a preliminary estimate of costs for all components. PSR gui(ielines are posted on the Commission's website: http://www.catc.ca.gov/programs/ATP.htm. A capital improvement that is required as a condition for private development approval or permits is not eligible for funding from the Active Transportatipn.Program ... ~' ' ' ' " "i C'" • Plans: The development of a community wide bicycle, pedestrian, safe routes to school, or active transportation plan ina disadvantaged community. o Nqn-infrastructure Projects: Education, encouragement, and enforcement activities that further the goals of this program. The Commission intends to focus funding for non-infrastructure projects on pilot and start-~p projects that can demonstrate funding for ongoing efforts. The Active Transportation Program funds are not intended to fund ongoing program operations. Non-infrastructure projects are not limited to those benefiting school students. • Infrastructure projects with non-infrastructure components. Page I 2 ##-Agency Name-## ATP Oj'cle 2 Part 8 & C 2015 QUESTION#l Part B: Narrative Question #1 Detailed Instructions for: Question #1 POTENTIAL FOR INCREASED WALKING AND BICYCLING, ESPECIALLY AMONG STUDENTS, INCLU.DING THE IDENTIFICATION OF WALKING AND BICYCLING ROUTES TO AND FROM SCHOOLS, TRANSIT FACILITIES, COMMUNITY CENTERS, EMPLOYMENT CENTERS, AND OTHER DESTINATIONS; AND INCLUDING INCREASING AND IMPROVING CONNECTIVITY AND MOBILITY OF NON-MOTORIZED USERS. (0·30 POINTS} A. Describe the following: .. current and projected types and numbers/rates of users. (12 points max.) B. Describe how the project links or connects, or encourages use of existing routes (for non-infrastructure applications) to transportation-related and community identified destihations where an increase in active transportation modes can be realized, including but not limited to: schools, school facilities, transit facilities, community, social service or medical centers, employment centers, high density or affordable housing, regional, State or natiOnal trail system, recreational and visitor destinations or othercommunityldentified destinations via: (12 points max.) a. creation of new routes b. removal of barrier to mobility c. closure of gaps d. other improvements to routes e. educates or encourages use of existing routes C. Referencing the answers to A and B above, describe how the proposed project represents one of the Implementing Agencies (and/or project Partnering Agency's) highest unfunded non-motorized active transportation priorities. (6 points max.) Page I 3 ##-Agency Name-## ATP Cycle 2 Part B & C 2Q15 QUESTION#2 Part 8: Narrative Questions #2 Detailed lnstractions for: · · Question #2 POTENTIAL FOR REDUCING THE NUMBER AND/OR RATE OF PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLIST FATALITIES AND INJURIES, INCLUDING THE IDENTIFICATION OF SAfEiY HAZARDS FOR PEDESTRIANS AND BICYCLISTS. {0-25 fit:JJNTS} A. Describe the plan/program influence area or projectfocation's history of collisions resulting iilfatalities and injuries to non-motorized users and the sourcefs) of data used (e.g. collision reports, community observation, surveys, audits). (10 points max.) B. Describe how the project/program/plan will remedy (one or more) potential safety hazards that contribute to pedestrian and/or bicyclist injuries or fatalities; including but not limited to the following possible areas: (15 po~nts max.l Page I 4 -Reduces speed o.r volume of motor vehicles.i.n the pro?Cimity of non-mot0rized.u~ers. -lmprovessightdistance and.l.fisibility between motorized and non-motodzed.users. -·Eliminates poten~ial conflict.points between motorized and non-motorized users, including creating physical separation between m.otorized and non-motoriz.ed users. -Improves compliance with local traffic laws for.both motorized a.nd nonl"motorized users. -Addresses inadequate traffic control devices. -Eliminates or reduces behaviors that lead to.cqllisions involving..non"'.motorized users. -Addresses inadequate or unsafe traffic control devices, bicycle facilitie~, trails, crosswalks and/or sidewalks. Note: Applicant should consider the reduction of potential fatalities or injuries where current information is not available. ##-Agency Name-## ATP Cycle 2 Part 8 & C 2015 Part B: Narrative Question #3 Detailed Instructions far: Questio11 #S QUESTION#3 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION and PLANNING {0-15 POINTS) Describe.the community based public participation process that culminated in the pr()ject/program proposal or will be utilized as part of the development of a plan. Page I 5 o Who: Describe who was engaged in the identification and development of this project/program/plan (for plans: who will be engaged). (5 points max) o How: Describe how stakeholders were engaged (or will be for a plan). {4 points max) o What: Describe the feedback received during the stakeholder engagement process and describe how the public participation and planning process has improved the project's overall effectiveness at meeting the purpose and goals of the ATP. (5 points max) o Describe how stakeholders will continue to be engaged in the implementation of the project/program/plan.~ (1 points max) ##-Agency Name-## ATP Cycle 2 · Part 8 & C 2015 Part B: Narrative Question #4 Detaitea· Instructions for: Question #4 QUESTJON#4 IMPROVED PUBLIC HEALTH {0-10 points) A. NOTE: Applicants applying for the disadvantaged community set aside must respond to the below questions with health data specific to the disadvantaged communities. Failure to do so will result in lost points. D Describe the health status of the targeted users of the project/program/plan. (3 points max) D Describe how you expect your project/proposal/plan to enhance public health. (7 points max.) Page I 6 .• ##-Agency Name-## ATP Cycle 2 Part 8 & C 2015 Part B: Narrative Question #5 Detailed Instructions for: Question #5 QUESTION#S BENEFIT TO DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES {040 0-Spoints) To count as providing a benefit, a project must fulfill an important need of low-income people in a way that provides a significant benefit and targets its benefits primarily to low-income people while avoiding substantial burdens on a disadvantaged community. 0 Identification ofdisadvantaged communities: {O points-S<;REENlNG ONLY) To receive disadvantaged communities pojnts, projects/programs/plans must be located within a disadvantaged community (as defined by one of the four options below) AND/OR provide a direct, meaningful, and assured benefit to individuals from a disadvantaged community. • The median household income of the census tract(s) is 80% of the statewide median household income • Census tract(s) is in the top 25% of overall scores from CalEnviroScreen 2.0 • At least 75% of public school students in the project area are eligible for the Free or Reduced Priced Meals Program under the National School Lunch Program • Alternative criteria for identifying disadvantage communities (see below) Provide a map showing the boundaries of the proposed project/program/plan and the geographic boundaries of the disadvantaged community that the project/program/plan is located within and/or benefiting. Option 1: Median household income, by census tract for the community(ies) benefited by the project: $ ___ _ • Provide all census tract numbers • Provide the median income for each census track listed • Provide the population for each census track listed Option 2: California Communities Environmental Health Screening Tool 2.0 (CalEnviroScreen) score for the community benefited by the project: ___ _ i. Provide all census tract numbers ii. Provide the CalEnviroScreen 2.0 score for each census track listed iii. Provide the population for each census track listed Option 3: Percentage of students eligible for the Free or Reduced Price Meals Programs: % i. Provide percentage of students eligible for the Free or Reduced Meals Program for each and all schools included in the proposal Option 4: Alternative criteria for identifying disadvantaged communities: Page I 7 i. Provide median household income (option 1), the CalEnviroScreen 2.0 score (option 2), and if applicable, the percentage of students eligible for Free and Reduced Meal Programs (option 3) • Provide ADDITIONAL data that demonstrates that the community benefiting from the project/program/plan is disadvantaged Page I 8 • Provide an explanation for why this additional data demonstrates that the community is disadvantaged • For proposals located within disadvantage community: (5 2 points max) What percent of the funds requested will be expended in the disadvantaged community? __ % Explain how this percent was calculated. • Describe how the project/program/plan pre'i.•iEles (for plans: wiff ptovide}'fulfills an important need of low-income people fn a way that provides a significant benefit and targets its benefits primarily to low- income peopie whlie avoiding substantial burdens on a disadvantaged community. {& 3 points max) Define what direct, meaningful, and assured benefit means for your proposed project/program/plan, how this benefit will be achieved, and who will receive'this benefit.· ##-Agency Name-## ATP Cycle 2 Part B & C 2015 Part B: Narrative Question #6 Detailed lnstFYetions Jar: Question #6 QUESTION#G COST EFFECTIVENESS AND CONSTRUCTION READINESS {0-& 0-10 POINTS) A. Cost Effectiveness: Describe the alternatives that were considered and how the ATP-related benefits vs. project:-costs '(aried between, t~~m. Explain why the final propo~ed alternative is considered to have the highest Benefit to Cost Ratio (B/C) with respect to the ATP purpose of "increased use of active modes of transportation". (i 5 points max.) B. Construction Readiness: (O or 5 points) a. Date of CEQA Clearance: b. Date of NEPA Clearance: c. (Date of Final Design Completion:) c. Use the ATP 8eRefit/Cest +eel, pre•1ided 13•,' CaltraRs PlaRAiRg Di•.•isieR, to eale\date the ratie 9f the laeRefits ef the prejeet relati•.re te beth the total prejeet east aRd ATP fuRds requested, +he +eel is leeated BR the CTC's 'Nebsite ati http://v.·ww.Elet.ea.ge'J/hq/tsp/effiees/eah/atp.html. After ealeulatiRg the 8/C raties fer the prajeet, pre• .. ide eeRstrueti•.•e feedbaek eR the teel (a paints FRaHa) { Bsnef# and Bsnef# ) Total ProjeGt Gest Fmuls Requested· Page I 9 ##-Agency Name-## ATP 01de 2 Part B & C 2015 QUESTION ##7 Part B:.:Narrative Question #7 BetaHed Instructions for: Qoestmn #7 LEVERAGING OF NON-ATP FUNDS (0-5 points) A. The application funding plan will show all .federal, state and local funding for the project: (5 points max.) Page I 10 ##-Agency Name-## ATP C'fclC 2 Pa Ft B & C 2015 Part B: Narrative Question #8 Detailed lnstrwctiona f.or: Qwestion #8 QUESTION#8 USE OF CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS {CCC) OR A CERTIFIED COMMUNITY CONSERVATtOl'I. CORPS (0 or -5 points) Step 1: Step 2: 0 0 0 0 0 0 Is this an application requesting funds for a Plan (Bike~ Pedestrian, SRTS, or ATP Plan}? o Yes.(lf this application. is for a Plan, th.ere is no need to sultrnitinformation to the corps and there will be no penalty to applicant: 0 points} o No (If this application is NOT for a Plan, proceed to Step #2) The applicant must submit the following information via email concurrently to both the CCC AND certified community conservation corps prior to application submittal to Caltrans. The CCC and certified community conservation corps will respond within five (5) business days from receipt of the information. Project Title Project Description Detailed Estimate Project Schedule Project Map Preliminary Plan California Conservation Corps representative: Name: Wei Hsieh Email: atp@ccc.ca.gov Phone: (916} 341-3154 Community Conservation Corps representative: Name: Danielle Lynch Email: inguiry@atpcommunitycorps.org Phone: (916) 426-9170 Step 3: The applicant has coordinated with Wei Hsieh with the CCC AND Danielle Lynch with the certified community conservation corps and determined the following (check appropriate box): 4. Neither corps can participate in the project (O points} 5. · Applicant intends to utilize the CCC or a certified community conservation corps on the following itemslistea below (0 points}. 6. Applicant has contacted the corps but intends not to use the corps on a project in which either corps has indicated it can participate (-5 points} 11 Applicant has not coordinated with both corps (-5 points} The CCC and certified community conservation corps will provide a list to Caltrans of all projects submitted to them and indicating which projects they are available to participate on. The applicant must also attach any email correspondence from the CCC and certified community conservation corps to the application verifying communication/participation. Page I 11 ##-Agency Name-## ATP C!,'cle 2 Part B & C 2015 Aart Bt ;Na;Fratb-.:e Questions Detailed ·Instructions for: ·Question#9 G\Jl!ST19N fJ9 APPbtc.8.1.its Pl!RFORMJ>.Nt:I! o~· oncx co 01n 4 ND Dl!bl'Jl!RA8tb1TV or: PROJ&ra ( CJ ts 1€J psiRts OR di&qyeJifiSBtisR} • Appli"11Jt; Pre'\•ide she rt e>1planatien ef the Implementing Agen&\•'s prejeGt delivery histei;.• fer all prejeGts that iAelude prejeGt fwndii'lgthreugh CaltraAs teeat }\ssistanee artmiffistered pregrams ~0.:rp., Safe Rewtes te Seheel, BTA, MSIP-, ete.} fer the last fiti.•e (!ii} ye:ns. (' & CGltff:lR& 1=espeR&e e11/y; Page I 12 Caltrans te reeemmeAlil seere fer deli•Jerahilit·1 ef seepe, eest, and sE;hedwleJ~ased eA the e•Jerall applieatien. ##-Agency Name-## ATP 01cle 2 Part 8 & C 2015 Part C: Application Attachments Applicants must ensure all data in this part of the application is fully consistent with -----tHh ... e-~otheF 13aF#s-of the 8f313/iea.tieR. See the A13131ieatieR IRBtr11etieRS sR& G1:1itlaRee document for more information and requirements related to Part C. List of Application. Attachments The following attachment names and order must be maintained for all applications. Depending on the Project Type (I, NI or Plans) some attachments will be intentionally left blank. All non~blank attachments must be identified in hard-copy applications using "tabs" with appropriate letter designations Application Signature Page Required for all applications ATP -PROJECT PROGRAMMING R.EQUEST (ATP-PPR) Required for all applications Engineer's Checklist Required for Infrastructure Projects Project Location Map Required for all applications Attachment A AttachmentB AttachmentC Attachment D Project Map/Plans showing existing and proposed conditions Attachment E Required for Infrastructure Projects (optional for 'Non-Infrastructure' and 'Plan' Projects) Photos of Existing Conditions Required for all applications Project Estimate Required for Infrastructure Projects Non-InfrastructureWork Plan (Form 22.:R) Required for all projects with Non-Infrastructure Elements Attachment F AttachmentG Narrative Questions backup information Attachment I Required for all applications Label attachments separately with "H-#" based on the# of the Narrative Question Letters of Support Attachment J Required or Recommended for all projects (as designated in the instructions) Additional Attachments Attachment K Additional attachments may be included. They should be organized in a way that allows application reviews easy identification and review of the information. Page I 13 From: To: Subject: Date: Laurie, Eric Brujns WaterS. ~urie@D01 ATP Cycle 3 guideilnes Thursday, January 14, 2016 5:47:07 PM Thank you for our co~versation yesterday. As chair of the ATP-TAC Planning Subcommittee, I look forward to reviewitlg'the draft guidelines with our subcommittee. Our subcommittee has identified the following focus areas. We have not arrived at any recommendations, but anticipate generating.comments on'the following topics: • Refining the definition of an Active Transportation and/or SRTS Plan • Increasing the funding mark for planning applications • Streamlining the application process for planning applications • Improving scoring consistency for planning applicatidns • Providing greater regional flexibility in guidelines We look forward to working with you and the Commission to continue strengthening the Active Transportation Program. 'flilank you for your consideration, -Eric Eric Bruins Planning & Policy Director Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition 634 South Spring Street, Suite 821, Los Angeles, CA 90014 eric@la-bike.org I (213) 629-2142 ext. 127 www.1¥·hikl(.Otg I Facebook I Twitter I Jnstagram Help make L.A. County a healthy, safe, and fun place to ride a bike: Become an LACBC member today! Central Coast Coalition Moving California's Economy Mr. Will Kempton Executive Director California Transportation Commission 1120 N Street, Room 2233 (MS-52) Sacramento, CA 95814 Dear Mr. Kempton: The Central Coast Coalition would like thank the California Transportation Commission for the opportunity to provide input on Cycle 3 of the Active Transportation Program. The Coalition consists of the regional transportation planning agencies in San Benito, Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, and Santa Barbara counties and the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments. Our coalition members compete for ATP funding from the small urban\rural program in addition to the Statewide program. We~a$>plaud the expeditious work by the·crc and Caltrans to program projects during Cycles 1 and 2 of the Active Transportation Program; however, we do have several suggestions that we believe will improve the effectiveness of the program. Below are our recommendations for Cycle 3 for consideration by the Commission. 1. Maintain the statutory schedule for Cycfe 3 which requires thSt funds be awarded to projects by April 2017. There is a significant backlog of bicycle and pedestrian projects and it is important to deliver a message to the legislature thatmore·transportation funding of all kinds is sorely needed now. This message is best delivered by marntaining the ATP schedule set in statute, especially as the Governor and legislature develop the 2016-2017 budget. Delayjng._Cycle 3...of..lhe.ATP.iWould .. require legislation .and .carries . a sigruficant ris!Lof conveying the wrong message to the legislature that there is no urgency in providing funding for projects that support active transportation. The Active Transportation Program is also a critical funding source for the small urban and rural counties we represent. The phase out of the STIP's Transportation Enhancement program eliminated a reliable, fomiula funding source for active transportation projects that were prioritiJZed and selected by ot:.ir boards following a community-based public outreach process and delivered by our local agencies. Instead, we must now compete via the Statewide and Small Urban/Rural components of the ATP to secure funding for critical projects in our regions as we do not receive a direct share funding like large MPOs. Being entirely reliant on statewide competitions to secure funding makes it challenging to plan for and deliver projects that are needed to meet the safety, environmental, and active-lifestyle goals of our communities. However, the rapid pace of the first two cycles coupled with the sheer magnitude of funding avaifable has helped mitigate our loss of discretionary control over project selection and the loss of formula funding. So we encot:.irage the Commission to stay the course and move forward with Cycle 3. While many of projects have been funded through Cycles 1 and 2, there continues to be very high demand for ATP funding in our regions, and across the state. The CTC received nearly 1,400 applications requesting over $2 billion in the first two cycles, while only $720 million has been available for programming. Many of our Coalitiqn's priority projects remain unfunded through Cycles 1 and 2; we have applications ready to be submitted for Cycle 3. It is critical that with this level of demand, the CTC move forw,;ard with conducting a call for projects in 2016. · · 2. If additional time· is necessary to incorporate revisions. delay adoption of the guidelines by no more than two months. An additional three months to adopt the Cycle 3 guidelines compared . to,prior cycles provides the Commission with the latitude to streamline the application and incorporate minor · 9h;ang.es t(!)· toe gurdelines and project evaluaUon process, such as those we suggest below. However, if necessary, the CTC could consider adopti.on of the guidelines in May 2016 rather than March 2016 to accommodate minor changes. This schedule would still allow .the CTC to adopt projects by the statutory deadline of April 1, 2017. 3. Ensure all of the goals of the Program are being advanced by making adjustments to the Project Scoring· CriterJa for Disadvantaged Communities and · Non ... Motorized traveler Safety in Cy-Ole· 3 Reduce the Weight Given to Projects in Disadvantaged Communities: We acknowledge that a goa! of the ATP is to ensure that disadvantaged communities si;Jsre .in the b~fits of the program. We believethaUhe first two AT:P 9Yotes have been successful in this regard. The CTC has programmed .over 8©% of ATP·funds·to·projects that benefit Disadvantaged Communities over the first two cycles which far exceeds the 250/o statutory requirement for the program. We believe it is reasonable in Gycle 3 to reduce the weight gi\,fen .to Disadvantaged Communities to provide more geographic equity, and ensure that other gpals of the program are met. As part of. the scoring criteria for the program, ten points have, been available to applicants ,that can demonstrate their project serves a Disadvantaged Community (DAC). These ten points, in such a highly competitive program, can be a barrier to projects that may not necessarily serve a DAC but still meet the goals of the Active Transportt;ltion Program by increasing the proportion of biking/walking trips, increasing safety and mobility for non-motorized users and advancing the efforts of regional agencies to achieve greenhouse gas reduction goal$. We recommend that the points for the Disadvantaged Communities section of the scoring be reduced from ten points to five points ~nd that the criteria for incn:~asing walking and bicycling/Section 1 be increased by five points. With this approach, points will still be available to projects that serve Disadvantaged Communities and more points will be made available to the highest priority of the program which is to increase walking and bicycling among users. Prioritize Projects that Reduce the Risk of Fatalities and Injuries to Non-Motorized Users: Finally, we also recommend that the CTC revise the scoring criteria for Safety/Section 2 to award points to projects whose purpose is to reduce the risk of collisions resulting in fatalities and injuries to non-motorized users. It seems unreasonable. tb us to award points only after a record of fatalities and injuries have occurred. Critical safety projects that could prevent a loss of life or injury are at a disadvantage in the evaluation process with tbe present wording.· Bicycli3t,S and pedestrians are significantly more vulnerable to conflicts with cars and trains and perceived safety risks are a significant deterrent for active transportation. Relying solely on historical accident rates does not account for the potential increased usage of bike and pedestrian facilities when perceived safety risks are reduced. Thank you for your consideration of these comments and suggestions. If you have any further questions, please. contact Sarkes Khachek at the Santa Barbara County Association. of Governments at 805-961-8913. Sincerely, Jim Kemp, Executive Director Santa Barbara Association of Governments Debra L Hale, Executive Director Transportation Agency for Monterey County Mary Gilbert, Interim Executive Director San Benito Councli of Government$ Ron DeCarli, Executive Director San Luis Obispo Council of Governments George Dondero, Executive Director Santa Cruz Co. Regibnaf Transportation Commission ~~·~.--·· .. ~ -c..:::!-~" Maura Twomey, Executive Director Association of Monterey B~yArea Governments cc: The Honorable Katcho Achadjian, Assembly Member, 35 .. District The Honorable Luis Alejo, Assembly Member, 30•• District The Honorable-Anthony Canella, Senator, 12"' District The Honorable Hannah-Beth Jackson, Senator, 19 .. District Th~ Honorable Bill Menning, Se11ator, 17" District The Honorable Mark Stone, Assembly Member, 29•• District The Honorable Das Williams, Assembly Member, 37 ... District Mr. Bil! Higgins, CalCOG Mr. Jerry Barton, Chair, Rural Counties Task Force Ms. Laurel Janssen, California Transportation Commission Ms. Laurie Waters, Califbrnia Transportation Commission Ms. April Nitsos, Caltrans, Chief, Active Transportation Program and Special Programs Metro Comments on Active Transportation Program in Preparation for Cycle 3 GENERAUPROCESS 1). Delay Call for Projects 2-4 Months: There is not sufficient time for the ATPTAC to have a meaningful role in updating the guidelines, anti especiarly the application. It is recommentled that the Call for Projects be delayed2-4 months -this level of delay, which could be incorporated within statutory deadlines, would allow a thorough streamlining of the application. · · 2) Furtharalign guideliites regardingproject delivery deadlines with STIP: the guidelines should resemble STIP for time extensions and ability to reprogram. Many ATP projects aie larcge and complex, and/or tied to .large, complex projeets. More time is.warranted fors·uccessful delivery. Projects with 3 or4.phases can accumulate tlelays that could impact later phases such as construction, possibly causing them to lapse. This is not in anyone's interest. It wastes state funding on early phases for a.project that is never delivered, and keeps the dty from obtaining a needed project. If a sponsor knows before a fiscal year that there is a prol)lem, itshoulci be.~.ble to reprogram. Active Transportati.or:tprojects are not . easier; to.deliver thci.n otlJer projects. Many haye roadway SCl.fety, .dr:~inag.e1 irrigation, utilities, etc. issues. TIJey slJould not be IJeld to a tighter standard than otlJer projects, suclJ as STIP projects, tl:lat IJave tlJese same issues. 3) More evaluators: Scoring discrepancies between similar projects and same projects applied for in different cycles indicate that consistent scoring is a significant issue. The evaluation team should IJave more reviewers - 3 instead of 2 per app.lication. SCORING CRITERIA 1) DAC points slJould not be decreased. Active Transportation improvements are largely used by members of tlisadvantaged communiti.es. · Targeting funding to disadvantaged communities is appropriate and the rightthing to db. Some regions are frustrated with successful outeomes for disadvantaged communities and would like to see 5 points removed from the disatlvantaged community question. It is recommended instead that 5 of tl:le points in Question 1 be given for absence or poor condition of existing facilities. The purpose of these points is to address the disadvantaged community concern, and also reflect the fact that it is very hard to forecast usage in locations where there is a complete lack of infrastructure currently in place. APPLICATION/SCORING 2) Project description: The application should startviiith a% to% page project desctiplion, i11cladi11g a desc1 iptio11 of me pt0ble111 to be solved. Tliis will aid tile evaluators in understanding the project and make scoring faster and easier. 3) Streamlining the application and instructions: these documents are unnecessarily long, cumbersome, confusing, and diffict:Jlt. Streamffrting tnem is a top priority. It would be helpful to create an online application so that where data sources are known by the state, they can be incorporated as drop down menus and standard forecast and cost benefit models can be included as weH: There should be no more than one application file and one set ofinstructi6ns. Instructions shou1d be minimal and should in no way add to or conflict with the application -they should only explain it. 4) Make the scoring for Questions 1, 2, and 4 less subjective: the subjectivity of the current application reduces the State's ability to direct funds toward projects that are meritorious or needy in these areas consistent with State law. For Question 1 regarding walking and cycling increase, the application should include a new user forecast/model. For Questions 2 and 4, the Safety and Health Questions, there should be a few simple questions with statewide scaled criteria, data available by drop-down menu, and a statewide scaled scoring rubric. No more than % or 1 /3 of points should be score on a subjective/narrative basis. 5) Ensuring Funding for Plans: Plans are required for full points for projects over $1 million. There is still demand and need for plans. In the Cycle 2 statewide competition less than 1 % of available funds were awarded to planning projects, though almost $18 million or 10% of the statewide funding availability was applied for. Limiting planning funds puts disadvantaged communities in an even more disadvantaged position, by perpetuating an obstacle to their receiving up to 15 points on the planning and community outreach question. This more than outweighs the up to 1~epoints for~Disadvantaged Community status. '.ftt~ddress this issue the following is recommended: a) That 3% be a floor rather than a cap. b) Additionally the application for plans should be revised to gear questions to the objective of positioning project sponsors to obtain funds for projects to increase walking and cycling, rather than increasing walking and cycling, which is more appropriate for infrastructure or educational projects. c) The proportion of funding for planning projects should not be lowered from 3% to 2% for Cycle 3, since unfair scoring resulted in less than 1 % of statewide funds going to planning projects in Cycle 2. 2 6) Non-Infrastructure projects -these are the most cost-effective ways to alter peoples' behavior to increase active transportation usage and safety behavior. They have not been scoring.as welt~s they shot,Jld be, given this fact. Either questions and rubriks r:ieed t(;)be updated to optimiz€·S~oringoutcomes for these projects, or a floor needs to be set for a minimum percentage Qf fwnds to be awarded for non-infrastructure projects. ELIGIBLE PROJECTS/ELEMENTS 1). Sus stop.seating: bus benches a~e often.used by ~on-transit pedestrians who need to stop to. rest, orient themselves,. etc. Bus stop improvement funding is inadequate.: Bws patrons .are "half pedestrians", as w~U as beiog. "half transit patrons" .. Bus stop ben~hes should be elig~ble for atleast 50% ATP funding. 3 Dnt•e Cortese, Chair S;int;1 Clara Coumy J"kc 1Hat·ke11zic, Yice Chair Sonmn:a C.mmty :ind Citicll Alicia C.Aguirrc Cities ufS;m ,\btcu County To111.1Jz11111brado U.S. l>t.·p.utnwnt of Hmisin~ anti Url1:m Dcn:lolllncnt Jasou Baker Citi1.-s of Sant:i Chir>l Coumr Tom Bates Cities of Al:m1cdJ. County Dm:id Campos City ilnJ <.:ounty'ofS.m Francisco Dorc11e J\'I. Gin<ophli U.S. Ot:t)arnncnt ofTr.m~porrarion F<deml D. G/ovnl Contra Cmta County Scott Haggerty ALu11cJ:.1 County A1111e JJ{ Hnlste1l San Fr-.111dSt:u lkiy Cunscn-atfon :uul Dcn:lo111ncnt Commission Steve Kinsey .\larin Countr and Citk!I Sam Licc11rda S;1n Jose ,\f.iyorS :\ppoimcc ~Wnrk L11cr: N:ipa C.oumy :md Ciric.<: Julie Pierce A~soci:triun of [fa)· Arca Govcmmcnt!i Bij11n Sartipi C.11iforni;i St;,iw ·rratl.;;rort~!,i~1n .Ag'(:nC)· Libby Scbatrj Oal:l:t'nd ;\layor's :\ppuintl'c:: James P. Spcri11g Sulomo Count)" and Citi~ Adrie1111e J. Tissier San .\l:uco County Scott 1Vic-uer San Fr.mdsco ;\layurS Appointtc:: tlmy Rei11 lflortb Cities of \..ontrn Cost~ Cnunry Steve Heminger ltxecuth-.: l)irc:.:ctor Alix Bocl..·clmnn Amlrew B. Fremicr DcpUl)' Kv.:l.'Utin: Dircl'tnr, Opr.:rJtinm METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION December 22, 2015 Joseph P. Burt MetroCenter 101 Eighth Street Oakland, CA 94607-4700 TEL 510.817.5700 TTYffOD 510.817.5769 FA .. "X 510.817.5848 EMAIL info@mtc.ca.gov \VEB www.intc.c-J.gov Will Kempton Executive Director 28 California Transportation Commission 1120 N Street, Room 2221 -MS 52 Sacramento, CA 95814 RE: Active Transportation Program(ATP) Cycle 3 Comments Dear Mr. Kempton: Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the upcoming Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle.3 Guidelines and Process. Current law mandates that the California Transportation Commission (CTC) adopt the next cycle of A rP projects by April 1, 2017. MTC would like to offer a few comments and suggestions from our experience in administering the region's large~MPO share·of ATP. • Delay Guidelines adoption of 2017 ATP to June 2016 Recognizing the statutoryrequirementto adopt the next program by April 1, 2017, MTC believes additional time is required to discuss and amend the Guidelines based on lessons learned from Cycles 1 and 2. The current schedule to adopt Cycle 3 Guidelines in March 2016 does not leave sufficient time to consider changes or comments. MTC encourages the CTC to delay the adoption of the Cycle 3 Guidelines to June 2016 in order to have a robust discussion about improving the Guidelines. This should still leave sufficienttimefor~sponsors.to .complete the application (especially .if the application is simplified), evaluators to review and score each application, and the CTC to meet the statutory April 1, 2017 adoption deadline. • Revisit disadvantaged communities in guidelines/application The region applauds ATP' s goal of highlighting the active transportation needs of disadvantaged communities (DACs). With nearly 90% of ATP funds benefiting DACs over the first two ATP cycles, the CTC is clearly demonstrating support of these important areas. For Cycle 3, CTC should clearly indicate its emphasis on ATP funds benefiting DACs in order to be more transparent towards non-DAC sponsors. Non-DAC sponsors could then decide whether to devote substantial staff resources on the application if only 10% of ATP funds are awarded to non-DAC areas. ATP Cycle 3 Comment Letter December 22, 2015 Page2 Alternatively, the CTC could consider another approach, such as reducing the points assigned to DACs, or instituting a target minimum that is above the 25% statutory minimum. • Revise and simplify application process A common comment from project sponsors was that the application was too onerous. For all sponsors trying to do more work with less staff and resources, completing the ATP application often required 40 to 80 hours of staff time. This resource strain ·is especially burdensome for smaller sponsors with limited staff, and may unfairly give an advantage to jurisdictions with resources to hire consultants to prepare the application. The region suggests simplifying the application and putting as much of it online as possible. • Create a two-tier program based' on funding request size The complexity of the application manifested itself in the increased average per project ATP request in Cycle 2. Increased funding requests with funding remaining static means that fewer projects will be funded. MTC recommends that CTC consider creating a two-. tier program based on funding request size, in order to en.courage smaller projects to apply, wh!eh rnay translate to more projects being funded. For instance, two-thirds of the program could be dedicated for project requests over $2 million, and those projects must complete the federal process and receive federal funds. The remairung'·one-thii-d of the program 1could fund project requests under $2 million, and could utilize state-only funding. Thank you for:youi" consideration of the region'.s comments. If you have any questions about our commeuts or anyrp.therATP-related.issues, please contact me at (510) 817-5722, arichman@mtc:ca.gov, or Kenneth Kao, ATP Program Manager, at (510) 817-5768, kkao@mtc.ca.gov. Sincerely, Anne Richman Director, Programming & Allocations AR:KK cc: April Nitsos, Caltrans ATP Program Manger Sylvia Fung, Caltrans District 4 Local Assistance Engineer Joel Goldberg, San Francisco MTA -ATP Technical Advisory Committee Member Sarkes Khachek, Santa Barbara CAG-RTPA Moderator J:\PROJEC1\Funding\T4-MAP21\MAP21 -TAP and A TP\A TP\Regional A TP\2017 rATP (Cycle 3)\Correspbndence\Ltr-A TP3 Comments 2015-12-19.docx November 17, 2015 Laurie Waters, Assistant Deputy Director California Transportation Commission 1120 N Street, MS-52 Sacramento, CA 95814 laurie.waters@dot.ca.gov VIA E-MAIL Policy • I Re: Feedback on Active Transportation Program (ATP) Cycle 2 Process and 2015 ATP - Statewide Component Staff Recommendations Dear Laurie: Thank you for the multiple opportunities to provide feedback on the Active Transportation · Program (The Program, ATP) Cycle 2 Process and 2015 ATP -Statewide Component Staff Recommendations. We submit the following comments based on our participation and experiences in preparing and supporting the application process for Cycle 2 projects. We collaborated with residents from disadvantaged communities to IJrovide education on the benefits of active . transportation as well as identify potential proposals for the Active Transportation Program. We conducted extensive community based meetings to facilitate resident identified project priorities for improving pedestrian and bicyclist safety and mode-shift, collaborated with applicants to prepare projects and continued engagement with the California Transportation Commission (CTC) and Caltrans toimprovi=the ATP. However, we remain concerned with the barriers faced by applicants from small urban and rural disadvantaged communities and welcome the opportunity to provide comments that would assist CTC staff in addressing challenges that prevent many disadvantaged communities from equitably competing for and receiving the benefits of the Program. Transparency in Benefits to Disadvantaged Communities We commend the CTC for prioritizing equity in the program and support that a large percentage of recommended project awards benefit disadvantaged communities. However, we recommend that the CTC establish a process to carefully scrutinize all projects to ensure that the projects credited for DAC funding provide direct, meaningful, and assured benefits. To meet the statutory goals of SB . • c The above barriers have limited smaller cities and unincorporated communities from applying to the ATP program and accessing the infrastructure investments that are most needed in these communities. Even more so, these barriers have exacerbated inequitable distribution of funds perpetuating historic disinvestment that continue to plague California's small rural disadvantaged communities and exclude them from sustainable and equitable growth. By addressing the aforementioned barriers, the CTC could ensure investment reach communities that need them the most. Improve Targeted and Robust Technical Assistance to Small Urban and Rural Disativqptaged Communities While in theory the Technical Assistance Resource Center (TARC) is helpful to under~resourced jurisdictions, in practice and reality it has yet to fulfill its objectives. In order for the CfC to address barriers faced by under-resourced jurisdictions, we strongly recommend thatthe CTCprj9~~tize targeted outreach to small urban and rural jurisdictions serving disadvantaged communities. More so, the CTC should clearly instruct TARC to prioritize small urban and. rural disadvantaged communities for these limited technical assistance resources first. Access to technical assistance resources during the application process, including grant writing, and data collection (i.e. walk and bike counts) will improve the ability to overcome barriers and increase the nu,mber of objectively competitive, successful awards that meaningful~y benefit low- income, underserved, disadvantaged communities. Without such technical assisrance,these communities \<Yill continue to fall even further behind in developing equitable and.healthy transportation infrastructure and programs. . . . DemonstratedNee.cf. to Invest Planning Resources in Disadvantaged communities We are concerned with the lack of investment allocated to developing a.ctive transportation plans in small urban and rural disadvantaged communities. Seven of the 114 recommendel;l projects are for planning, totalling $2,043,000 (0.95 of total recommended, incll}ding statewide component and small urban and rural component). Many small urban and rural disadvantaged comnwnities lack neighborhood level mobility plans, and this absence of plans means project identification and proposal development is arbitrary. Without active transportation plans, under resourced staff from disadvantaged jurisdictions have to identify projects on a project per project basis, stifling the ability of these jurisdictions to create sustainable long term active transportation plans and infrastructure. Thus, projects are implemented ?n a piecemeal basis, without planned active transportation infrastructure, and neighborhood level connectivity is haphazard and non- conducive to sustainable mode shift. In order to incentivize mode shift, active transportation needs to provide residents with safe, reliable walkable and bikeable connectivity on a neighborhood level. Thus, planning is fundamental to ensuring all active transportation projects produce the highest level of connectivity for residents to access key destinations by foot or bike. Furthermore, without plans, contributions to greenhouse gas reduction strategies and strategies for reducing vehicle miles travels through comprehensive mode-shift strategies, which are paramount ' ' evaluated. However the scoring rubric used can better reflectthe ATP Guidelines particularly for the disadvantaged community, public health, and public participation sections. The suggestions below will not only better ensure that evaluators reach a similar objective conclusion for each · quESrton, but tl1is wilt also p1 ovide g1 eme1 insight 1 egardtrtg what constitutes a significant benefit to a DAC informed by a strong public participation process. Many evaluators may lack experience working with severely under-resourced communities and residents who face large barriers to civic engagement (low-income, working multiple jobs, without child care, limited English proficiency, low education attainment, etc.), yet these are the communities most reliant on and in need of high quality active transportation infrastructure and programming. With greater guidance, evaluators will have a better idea of what to look for and assess in the application. Below are additional areas that should be made more explicit in the scoring rubric: Public Participation -- • The involvement of specifically community-based organizations and residents in the public participation and project implementation process, including the submission of support letters by community based organizations and/or community leaders • Location of meetings • The following guidance on strategies for outreach to disadvantaged communities should be provided to applicants; and reviewers should refer to this when asses~ing disadvantaged community applications. Strategies for organizing well-attended meetings and encouraging resident participation: • Providing food, child care, and other incentives to attend is a proven technique that agencies have used to increase turnout. Make the incentives clear in the invitations. • Schedule multiple meetings to accommodate residents with different employment and family schedules. Weekend or evening hours are ideal. • Use meeting locations preferably within walking distance for residents. Neighborhood/community based organizations and schools etc. may let you use their meeting space. •' Partner with community leaders and community based organizations who can assist with . outreach. • Post flyers in high foot traffic areas (if needed, use different languages and explain that an interpreter will be available at the meetings). • Door-to-door in-person invitations. • Mail invitations [same language idea noted above). • Distribute notices at local schools, and community events, such as community festivals, cook- outs, and other events that attract residents. • Add to the meeting agendas of neighborhood/community based organizations, school site meetings, etc. to facilitate a meeting where residents will be gathering. Public Health CITY OF FULLERTO.N October 13, 2015 Ms, Laurie Waters Active transportation Program Cont.act 1120 N Street, MS~52 Sacramento, CA 95814 Subject: Active Trarisportation Pro.gram, Cyde 3 Dear Ms. Waters: SENTOVJA.EMAIL Laurie,Waters@dot.ca,go.v On behal.f oft.he City of l'ull~rton, we are writing to respectfully req.t;Jest t~at program requirements be addressed for bike bouleva,n:ts in the Cycle 3 solicitation for the Active Tra.nsport.atic>.n Progn:)m. We are currently evaluating the implementation of a bicycle boulevard in the City and we would like to pre- position oµr prnject to be eligible for ATP f1.mding in Cycle 3. Our specific request is in regards to traffic signal warrants. Currently, in orderto apply for a traffic signal under the ATP program, we must demonstrate that the traffic signal me·ets'Warrant 4, S, or7 (CA MUTCD). It is possible that a traffic signal is necessary for the bike boulevard to function properly while not necessarily meeting:Warrant 4, 5, 13r 7. Thank you for your consideratjon of our request. If you have any questions, please: qo n.ot hesitate to contact tis at KarenH@cityoffullerton.corn and dhoppe@cityoffullerton.com. Sincerely, (~'-~/- Karen Haluza:AJCP(f- DirectorofCommunity Development rks 303 West Commonwealth Avenue, Fullerton, California 92832-1775 www.cityoffullerton.com AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 25, 2016 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: City of Corona's Surface Transportation Program Reprogramming STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the TAC consider and provide a recommendation on the city of Corona's request to reprogram federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds from the Magnolia Avenue Landscaped Median project to the Magnolia Avenue Improvement project. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In 2005, the Commission held a call for projects for Transportation Enhancement (TE) funds under the former State Transportation Improvement Program TE program. The city of Corona's Magnolia Avenue Landscaped Median project was approved for TE funds in the amount of $943,000. The project experienced delays mainly due to the changes made to the TE program, which was restructured under the then recently approved federal transportation bill, MAP-21. As a result of the change in the TE program, which was essentially eliminated, the Commission approved replacing unobligated TE funds with STP funds due to the flexibility of these funds. Therefore, three projects were reprogrammed with STP funds — one of which was the city of Corona's Magnolia Avenue Landscaping project. After meeting with Caltrans Local Assistance, certain project components were deemed ineligible, such as decorative landscaping proposed for the project. As a result, the city met with Commission staff and proposed reprogramming the STP funds to another project on Magnolia Avenue, which will add lanes and widen a bridge over the Temescal Channel. The project will close an existing gap on Magnolia Avenue between 1-15 and El Camino Avenue and will also construct missing sidewalk, bike lanes, and ADA compliant ramps. The estimated cost is as follows: Engineering $ 500,000 Right -of -Way and required project permits $ 700,000 Construction $2,000,000 The city is proposing to fund engineering and right of way with the $943,000 along with city funds and possibly highway bridge program funds. The proposed schedule is as follows: Start of Engineering: End of Engineering (PA&ED/PS&E): Start of Right -of -Way: End of Right -of -Way: Start of Construction: Construction Completion: Summer 2016 Fall 2018 Summer 2017 Fall 2018 Summer 2019 Fall 2020 The city of Corona has experienced unusual issues regarding the elimination of the TE program and project eligibility issues regarding landscaping, which was an eligible project component under the original TE program. Corona's request is consistent with past reprogramming requests from other local agencies in that they have made every effort to implement the original project and are requesting to reprogram funds to another qualified project that can obligate the funds in a timely manner. Attachments: City of Corona request dated October 19, 2015 Project Exhibit/Location Map PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (951)736-2266 (951) 279-3627 (FAX) Nelson.Nelson@ci.corona.ca.us October 19, 2015 400 SOUTH VICENTIA AVENUE, P.O. BOX 940, CORONA, CALIFORNIA 92879-0940 CITY HALL - ON LINE ALL THE TIME (http://www.discovercorona.com) Shirley Medina Planning & Programming Director Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92501 Subject: Magnolia Avenue Improvement Project - RPSTPLE-5104(040) Dear Ms. Medina: The scope of work for the above referenced project is within Magnolia Avenue, between Interstate 15 and East Sixth Street, providing raised medians, decorative landscaping, irrigation, pedestrian scale trees, and decorative hardscape. The landscape and irrigation costs for this project were initially funded with a Traffic Enhancement Grant (TE) in the amount of $943,000. As City staff worked with Caltrans Local Assistance on the environmental clearance and obligation of the funds, progress on the project was stalled. At the time that the City was ready to prepare the project for advertising, Caltrans HQ Local Assistance Area Engineer informed staff that the funding source for the project had been changed from TE to Surface Transportation Program (STP), which does not allow landscape and irrigation as qualifying work. As a result, City staff met with RCTC's programming staff to discuss the change in funding and its impact on the proposed project. It was determined that the scope of work and description for the proposed project would have to be revised in order to qualify for STP funding. Therefore, the City is updating the scope of work for this project to incorporate the widening of Magnolia Avenue between Interstate 15 and East Sixth Street, including the widening of the existing two lane bridge over the Temescal Channel. Currently, Magnolia Avenue has three lanes in each direction between Interstate 15 and El Camino Avenue; after which the street narrows to two lanes from El Camino Avenue to approximately one thousand feet east of All American Way. The revised scope of work also includes the construction of missing sidewalk, bike lane, and ADA compliant ramps for the safety of pedestrians that are currently walking on the edge of the road adjacent to vehicles crossing the channel. To accurately reflect the revised scope of work, the Shirley Medina, RCTC Page 2 description of the project has been changed from "Magnolia Avenue Landscaped Median Project" to "Magnolia Avenue Improvement Project." The City of Corona is requesting support and acceptance of these modifications, and the allocation of STP funds for preliminary engineering (PE), which includes location and environmental studies, NEPA approval, final design (Plans, Specifications and Estimate [PS&ED, and right-of-way acquisition. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this request further, please contact me at (951) 817-5765 or the Project Manager, Linda Bazmi at (951) 739-4960. Sincerely, Or,,,_., L,______ Nelson D. Nelson, P.E. Public Works Director ADenud 31112M0SIfiLO141115dem apoini ,fPM Ctl ueopawv hiv "// b �feM ueo'�awd Ud seuel 17 01. Z pauapinn Apeaaly .. tie7g71 suapuea awoH M gny uo!ss!yy w oe; 000`E176$ esegd 3d 'sllwli Toefoad pesodaad sauw Z'0 seuel 01. Z (aanso10 de0) 6uluaplM gseM uoAue0 leosawal 'J a% 6uipAsaa sued ;*), own/ euaoa •e6ppq euel Z e Aguaa no sl ga!gm gseM uoAueo leosawal sl peuepp eq Tuew6as 6ululewaz:l TS gag •3 woad seuel p o} Z woad peuepp Apeaale any ellou6eW seuel o� Z pauapinn AIDeaaly oo rp141911ea10,3os W trio pliwwgiroir suelpalN peslell pedeospue-1 '(L1701170A1 1) 000`£176$ s�lwl� peraad leul61a0 31 ellou6e1A1 siueinelsali sky9 iauLej 3S 439 3 IS 439 3 ul-anua o!uoS s,pleuoaoyy ia;uaa ezeid a6e11 . slal7eyy a$d P S Ja %. Qa'd � b Qo°� �S w 3uawanoidwl euaoasatinsH 1Se`?e,� awoH s,aMo� sa�dx3 uui tep!�oH M iQ AiJ J�a a ,J /J-7 a lodao ao!l;o alwod euwo3 dawoH levy euaoa el iS 439 3 am m uayouerxavy o wapoyy eurni N �O T� a�J w 7e, asnotpleatS auoi 1S 4193 M.M. 1 auoZ IS gseM uoAue0 leosawal - peraad Tuewenoadwl ellou6en s,euaao0 jo i0 AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 25, 2016 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Eric DeHate, Management Analyst LoreIle Moe -Luna, Senior Management Analyst SUBJECT: 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: 2015 FTIP Update As you may recall, on September 15, 2015 staff reported the status on the 2015 FTIP, 2012 RTP/SCS Amendment No. 2 and Amendments No. 1-13. In November, there was no report given on the 2015 FTIP. The following table summarizes what has taken place since the last update to the TAC in September 2015 for the 2015 FTIP: Amendment No. Type of Amendment No. of Projects SCAG submittal Final Approval Amendment 13 Formal Amendment 7 9/15/2015 11/9/2015 Amendment 14 Administrative Modification 29 11/3/2015 11/20/2015 To date, all 2015 FTIP amendments submitted to SCAG have been approved, with the exception of 15-99 and 15-12, which are expected to be approved concurrently with the 2016 RTP/SCS in June 2016. In addition, the 2017 FTIP Update was submitted to SCAG on January 5, 2016, which included 385 projects. To view the latest 2015 FTIP listings, please visit SCAG's website below: http://ftip.scag.ca.gov/Pages/2015/approved.aspx The following table is SCAG's current 2015 FTIP amendment schedule up to October 2016. 2015 FTIP Amendment/Administrative Modification Schedule Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Amendment/Administrative Modification No. Formal or Administrative 1/19/2016 1/26/2016 15-15 Formal Amendment 3/1/2016 3/8/2016 15-16 Administrative Modification 4/19/2016 4/26/2016 15-17 Formal Amendment 6/14/2016 6/21/2016 15-18 Administrative Modification 8/23/2016 8/30/2016 15-19 Formal Amendment 10/4/2016 10/11/2016 15-20 Administrative Modification Due to the anticipated approval of the 2016 RTP/SCS and the review of the 2017 FTIP, the remaining amendments to the 2015 FTIP will be limited to urgent and/or emergency changes to secure federal approvals. As always, RCTC staff is available to help agencies move through the federal process. Attachment: 2015 FTIP Amendment Log 2015 Federal Transportation Improvement Program - Amendment Submittals and Approval Dates 2015 FTIP Purpose No. of Projects Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Anticipated Approval Final Approval Final Update 381 10/7/2013 1 /3/2014 12/17/2014 12/15/2014 Amendment 1 Formal Amendment 81 8/5/2014 8/12/2014 12/17/2014 12/15/2014 Amendment Administrative Modification 13 10/27/2014 11/4/2014 12/29/2014 12/16/2014 Amendment 99 RTP Consistency Amendment 23 12/2/2014 12/9/2014 6/1/2016 Amendment 3* Administrative Modification 0 Amendment 4 Formal Amendment 28 12/16/2014 12/23/2014 2/15/2015 4/8/2015 Amendment 5 Administrative Modification 10 2/10/2015 2/17/2015 3/10/2015 3/9/2015 Amendment 6 Formal Amendment 15 3/10/2015 3/17/2015 5/15/2015 6/2/2015 Amendment 7 Administrative Modification 13 4/21/2015 4/28/2015 5/31/2015 5/21/2015 Amendment 8** Formal Amendment 0 Amendment 9 Formal Amendment 33 6/2/2015 6/9/2015 8/25/2015 8/4/2015 Amendment 10** Administrative Modification 0 Amendment 11*** Administrative Modification 0 Amendment 12 RTP Consistency Amendment 7 8/11/2015 8/18/2015 6/1/2016 Amendment 13 Formal Amendment 7 9/8/2015 9/15/2015 11/10/2015 11/9/2015 Amendment 98 STIP Projects Only 9/23/2015 9/30/2015 6/1/2016 Amendment 14 Administrative Modification 29 10/27/2015 11/3/2015 12/1/2015 11/20/2015 Amendment 15 Formal Amendment 1/19/2016 1/26/2016 3/8/2016 Total Number of Projects 259 * RCTC did not participate in this amendment. This amendment was for OCTA ** RCTC will not participate in this amendment. This amendment is for LA Metro ***RCTC did not participate in this amendment. 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OF CLASS II BIKE LANES & CLASS III BIKEWAYS W/SHARROWS, APSHALT BIKE PATH, PED XING, & CONSTRUCTION OF 2 MI. OF SIDEWALKS AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS & LANDSCAPED MEDIANS ALONG AVE 50 & AVE 52 FROM WESTERN CITY LIMITS TO CV LINK. ($11.47 OF TC IN FY14/15 & $190.86 OF TC IN FY 15/16) New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. RCTC portion of SCAG/MPO amount of ATP funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0571 ATP MPO Funding consists of $100 state funds and $1,664 of federal funds. TC used for total in case city of Coachella utilizes federal funds for ENG phase. CVAG RIV131005 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: CONSTRUCT IN PHASES A NEW 50 MILE BICYCLE, PEDESTRIAN AND LOW SPEED ELECTRICAL VEHICLE PATH FROM CITY OF DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO THE SALTON SEA ROUGHLY ALONG WHITEWATER RIVER. PH I WILL CONSTRUCT LINK FROM PALM SPRINGS TO COACHELLA. FUTURE PHASES WILL CONSTRUCT LINK FROM DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO PALM SPRINGS AND COACHELLA TO THE SALTON SEA. Cost Increase from $65,041 to $99,359 due to revision in latest Engineer's estimate. Environmental Date pushed out from 10/1/2015 to 6/30/2017. New funding coming from Statewide pot of ATP program. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0507. CVAG RIV140820 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: REGIONAL SIGNAL SYCHRONIZATION PROGRAM THROUGH THE COACHELLA VALLEY INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SIGNAL UPGRADES, COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE. New project in 2015 FTIP from CVAG's 2014 CMAQ Call for Projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 and PM 10 benefits will be assessed per project in PA&ED. Indio RIV111202 IN THE CITY OF INDIO - AVE 44 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT: REPLACE EXISTING AVENUE 44 TWO LANE LOW WATER CROSSING OVER THE COACHELLA VALLEY STORMWATER CHANNEL WITH A FOUR LANE BRIDGE (BRIDGE NO. 00L0056), INCLUDING 6 FT SIDEWALK ON EACH SIDE OF THE BRIDGE. Reprogramming of funds into future years, per 04/02/2014 HBP Update. Indio RIV140819 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF INDIO - FULLY PAVE ABOUT ONE MILE OF UNPAVED CITY ROADS ALONG (4) RESIDENTIAL STREETS IN INDIO, NORTH OF INTERSTATE 10. STREETS TO BE REPAVED ARE: RANCHO LOS CERRITOS DR; PRIMROSE LANE; GALINDO CT; AND SABRINA CT (PM 2.5 BENEFITS 17.92 KG/DAY) New project in 2015 FTIP from CVAG's 2014 CMAQ Call for projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits consist of 17.92 kg/day and PM 10 benefits consist of 81.28 kg/day. Project No. 1002 Indio RIV140848 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF INDIO —ANDREW JACKSON ELEM PED IMPROVEMENTS: ON TEN STREETS WITHIN THE ANDREW JACKSON ELEM SCHOOL COMMUNITY, INSTALL SIDEWALKS, UPGRADE PED ACCESS RAMPS AND DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, THREE ENHANCED CROSSWALKS, AND TWO SPEED FEEDBACK SIGNS. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0509 Moreno Valley RIV140849 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY — CITYWIDE SRTS PED FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL 2,840 FT. OF SIDEWALK GAP CLOSURES, CURBS, GUTTERS, STREET LIGHTS, ADA RAMPS, & STREET WIDENING ON DRACAEA AVE, EUCALYPTUS AVE, IRONWOOD AVE, KITCHING ST, SANDY GLADE AVE, AND ELSWORTH ST; NON -INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES BIKE/PED SAFETY CAMPAIGN & BIKE SAFETY CLASSES. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0512 PALM SPRINGS RIV090405 IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS: REPLACE EXISTING 4-LANE LOW WATER CROSSING ON VISTA CHINO AT WHITEWATER RIVER WITH A NEW 4-LANE BRIDGE - BRIDGE NO. 00L0052. Reprogramming of funds into future years, per 04/02/2014 HBP Update. 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 4 of 35 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 (13.0 Mull& Earn tomponoma . August 2014 FHWA approval: 12/15/2014 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason PALM SPRINGS RIV110124 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS - RAMON RD. WIDENING BETWEEN SAN LUIS REY DR & LANDAU BLVD.: WIDENING OF RAMON RD. FROM A 4-LN ARTERIAL TO A 6-LN ARTERIAL (3-LNS IN EA DIR) BETWEEN SAN LUIS REY DR & LANDAU BLVD., INCLUDING THE WIDENING/REPLACEMENT OF THE WHITEWATER RIVER BRIDGE (BRIDGE NO. 56CO287), INCLUDING SEISMIC RETROFIT AND SCOUR COUNTERMEASURES AS NECESSARY. Cost decrease and Reprogramming of funds into future years per 04/02/2014 HBP Update. PALM SPRINGS RIV131001 IN PALM SPRINGS ON HY 111 (GENE AUTRY TRAIL) AT VISTA CHINO: ADD SECOND LEFT W TURN POCKET ON NORTH BOUND GENE AUTRY TRAIL (NON -CAPACITY INCREASING). Description Change per recently approved CVAG's 2014 CMAQ Call for Projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits consist of .007 kg/day and PM 10 benefits consist of .008 kg/day. Project No. 1016 PALM SPRINGS RIV140818 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO FOR THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS -CONSTRUCT 9.8 MI. CLASS II & CLASS III BIKE LNS ALONG THE FOLLOWING ST'S: ALONG CROSSLY RD FROM 34TH AVE TO RAMON RD; S.PALM CANYON DR FROM MURRAY CANYON DR TO BELARDO RD; SAN RAFAEL DR FROM INDIAN CANYON DR TO SUNRISE WY; INDIAN CANYON DR FROM RACQUET CLUB DR TO SUNRISE PKWY; & VIA ESCUELA FROM SUNRISE WY TO GENE AUTRY TR (PM2.5 BEN..43KG/DAY) New project in 2015 FTIP from CVAG's 2014 CMAQ Call for Projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits consist of .043 kg/day and PM 10 benefits consist of .047 kg/day. Project No. 1017 PALO VERDE VALLEY TRANSIT AGENCY RIV140803 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR PALO VERDE TRANSIT AGENCY: OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIXED ROUTE AND PARATRANSIT SERVICE FOR FY15. (5317 - $7K) New Project in 2015 FTIP from approved FY2014-15 SRTP Table 4 Operating Assistance Plan. Perris RIV140850 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF PERRIS — MURRIETA RD PED IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL 1.0 MILE OF SIDEWALK GAPS, CURB & GUTTER ON W-SIDE OF MURRIETA RD W/ CLASS II BIKE LANES IN BOTH DIRECTIONS B/W SAN JACINTO AVE & 1000' NORTH OF NUEVO RD; 10' WIDE BRIDGE OVER METZ FLOOD CONTROL CHANNEL; TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT MURRIETA & NUEVO RDS; NEW SIDEWALK ON DALE ST B/W WILSON & MURRIETA RD. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0515 Perris RIV140851 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF PERRIS — PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN CHANNEL TRAIL: NEW 15-FT WIDE 4.32 MILES OF CONCRETE MULTI -USE TRAIL PARALLEL TO PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN FROM NORTHERN CITY LIMITS TO SAN JACINTO RIVER TRAIL AT KABIAN REGIONAL PARK IN S.WEST CITY LIMITS, INCLUDES LANDSCAPING IRRIGATION, SIGNAGE, CHAIN LINK FENCE AND SPLIT RAIL PVC FENCE. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0516 Recreation Trail Rancho Mirage RIV140814 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO FOR THE CITY OF RANCHO MIRAGE -INSTALLATION OF 11,080 L.F. OF FOUR FT. HIGH SAND FENCING ALONG BOB HOPE DR, W/S, FROM THE SOUTH END OF AGUA CALIENTE CASINO OVERFLOW PARKING LOT TO DINAH SHORE DR (0.80 MILES) & DINAH SHORE DR, N/S, FROM BOB HOPE DR 1,320 FT. TO THE WEST (0.25 MILES) (PM 2.5 BENEFITS 2.25 KG/DAY) New project in 2015 FTIP from CVAG's 2014 CMAQ Call for Projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits consist of 2.25 kg/day and PM 10 benefits consist of 6.09 kg/day. Project No. 1010 Rancho Mirage RIV140815 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO FOR CITY OF RANCHO MIRAGE -CONSTRUCT FREE RT ,PORKCHOP ISLAND &CURB &GUTTER;RELOCATE SIGNAL POLE;REPLACE SIGNAL LOOP;REMOVE &RELOCATE CONCRETE PAVEMENT,SPANDREL,CROSS GUTTER,HANDICAP RAMP &BUS TURNOUT;& INSTALL 15,418 L.F.OF 4FT. SAND FENCING ALONG RAMON RD FROM LOS ALAMOS RD TO BOB HOPE DR & ALONG DINAH SHORE DR N/S FROM BOB HOPE DR TO MIRIAM WY (PM 2.5 BEN 3.341 KG/DAY) New project in 2015 FTIP from CVAG's 2014 CMAQ Call for Projects. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits consist of 3.341 kg/day and PM 10 benefits consist of 9.022 kg/day. Project No. 1009 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 5 of 35 RCTC 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 NM am. 4,t�Lowry b August 2014 FHWA approval: 12/15/2014 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason RCTC RIV130401 THROUGHOUT WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Reprogramming of funds per project milestone updates. Funds reprogrammed from FY 13/14 and FY 14/15 to FY 16/17. May utilize EPSP Grouped Project Listing SI # 17(d) RCTC RIV130402 THROUGHOUT EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION New Project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Yrs. Cost decrease from $5,404 to $5,110 per commission action and latest engineer's estimate. Reprogramming of funds and Schedule delay per project milestone updates and programming capacity Grouped Project Listing SI # 17(d) RCTC RIV140202 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CAR -A -VAN TRANSIT: MOBILITY MANAGEMENT TO ENHANCE TRANSPORTATION DELIVERY SERVICES FOR CAR-A-VAN'S HOPE BUS FROM JARC. New Project in 2015 FTIP from approved JARC/New Freedom Cycle 7 project list. RCTC RIV140857 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RCTC IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY— SRTS TROTH ST: ON EAST AND WEST SIDES OF TROTH ST B/W 58TH ST & JURUPA RD, INSTALL 3,650 FT. OF SIDEWALK EXTENSION, CURB & GUTTER, ADA-COMPLIANT RAMPING, CROSSWALK AT TROTH ST & 56TH ST W/ SOLAR LED FLASHERS AND PED PUSH BUTTONS, AND MODIFIED ON -STREET PARKING TO CREATE SCHOOL PICK-UP/DROP-OFF ZONE. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0510 RCTC RIV140858 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR RCTC IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY — PYRITE ST SRTS: INSTALL 2,625-FT OF SIDEWALK ON PYRITE ST B/W GALENA ST & MISSION BLVD WITH A ROAD DIET, WITH ADA RAMPING, ENHANCED CROSSWALK AT PYRITE ST & CASSIDY CIRCLE W/ SOLAR LED FLASHERS AND PED PUSH BUTTONS, MODIFIED ON- STREET PARKING FOR PICK-UP/DROP-OFF ZONES. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0511 Riverside County RIV111003 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY - MARKET STREET BRIDGE REPLACEMENT: REPLACE THE EXISTING TWO LANE (ONE LANE IN EACH DIRECTION) MARKET STREET BRIDGE OVER THE SANTA ANA RIVER, 0.4 MILES NORTHWEST OF SR60 WITH A FOUR LANE (TWO LANES IN EACH DIRECTION) BRIDGE. BRIDGE NO. 56C0024 Reprogramming of RNV funds from FY 15/16 to FY 16/17 per 04/02/2014 HBP Update. Riverside County RIV121204 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF NORCO - ON HAMNER AVE OVER SANTA ANA RIVER .5 MILES N/O OF SIXTH STREET, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 6 LANE BRIDGE (BRIDGE NO.56C0446). Reprogramming of Eng funds from FY 13/14 to FY 17/18 per 04/02/2014 HBP Update. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years Riverside County RIV140401 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY NEAR THE CITY OF MENIFEE - ON NUEVO ROAD, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER 1.2 MILES W/O LAKEVIEW AVENUE. (BRIDGE NO. 56C0004). New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years per HBP listing 4/2/2014 update. Bridge No. 56C0004 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 6 of 35 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 Cati° rversiecCowl n�� COMIlialr August 2014 FHWA approval: 12/15/2014 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Riverside County RIV140838 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE IN MEAD VALLEY-CLARK ST S/W & INTERSECTION SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: ON EASTSIDE OF CLARK ST B/W RIDER ST AND CAJALCO RD, CONSTRUCT APPROX. 2,000 L.F. OF CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CURB & GUTTER, PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS, NEW CURB RAMPS MEETING LATEST ADA REQS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIGNS, MARKINGS, & OTHER INCIDENTAL ITEMS TO IMPROVE PEDESTRIAN SAFETY. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. RCTC portion of SCAG/MPO amount of ATP funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0527 Riverside County RIV140839 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE NEAR DHS-AVENIDA RAMBLA S/W SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: ON AVENIDA RAMBLA B/W BUBBLING WELLS ELEM SCHOOL AND CAMINO AVENTURA AND NORTHSIDE OF CAMINO CAMPESINO B/W AVENIDA RAMBLA AND BUBBLING WELLS RD, CONSTRUCT APPROX. 3,200 L.F. OF SIDEWALK, CURB & GUTTER IMPROVEMENTS, CURB RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIGNS, MARKINGS, & OTHER INCIDENTAL ITEMS. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. RCTC portion of SCAG/MPO amount of ATP funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0525 Riverside County RIV140840 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE IN MECCA -GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/4TH ST PED & RDWY SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: ON W/S OF GRAPEFRUIT BLVD B/W 4TH ST & 3,000 FT SOUTH OF 66TH AVE, CONSTRUCT APPROX. 3,500 L.F. OF ASPHALT CONCRETE WALKWAY & 250 L.F. OF CONCRETE S/W, CURB & GUTTER, ADA CURB UPGRADES & WIDENING, TRAFFIC SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS. ($49.32 OF TC IN FY14/15 & $214.49 OF TC IN FY15/16). New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. RCTC portion of SCAG/MPO amount of ATP funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0530 Riverside County RIV140846 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE IN NUEVO-LAKEVIEW AVE S/W SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: ON LAKEVIEW AVE BNV 10TH ST AND 100-FT NORTH OF 11TH ST, INSTALL 2,600 L.F. OF CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CURB AND GUTTER, PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS, ADA COMPLIANT CURB RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIGNS AND MARKINGS. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP Contingency Project No. 0528 Riverside County RIV140847 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE IN MECCA - MECCA SIDEWALK & ROADWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL 4,200 L.F. OF CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CURB AND GUTTER, PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS, CURB RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIGNS AND MARKERS ALONG SIXTH ST., DALE KILER RD., & BROWN ST New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP Contingency Project No. 0526 Riverside County RIV140853 IN RIV CO FOR CO'S DPH-PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WTH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&TABLE 3 CAT -SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES WHICH DO NOT INVOLVE OR LEAD TO CON,SUCH AS: PLAN &TECH STUDIES,GRANTS FOR TRAINING&RESEARCH PROGRAMS,PLAN ACTIVITES CONDUCTED PUR TO TITLES 23 & 49 USC,FED-AID SYSTEMS REV,ENG TO ASSESS SOCIAL,ECONOMICAENVIRONMENTAL AFFECTS OF THE PROPOSED ACTION OR ALTERNATIVE TO THAT ACTION New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No's. 0768, 0770 and 0769 Group Project Listing S.I. # 46 RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV041030 IN THE CITY OF HEMET - CONSTRUCT NEW HEMET TRANSIT CENTER (WITH APPROXIMATELY 4 BUS BAYS) - IN THE VICINITY OF STATE STREET AND DEVONSHIRE AVENUE NEAR THE FUTURE COURTHOUSE LOCATION (5309c FY 04 + 05 EARMARKS). New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. Revised project location (Kirby St. between Devonshire Ave. and W. Latham Ave.) in the City of Hemet to move project forward. 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I,'oN;uauapuawy Ieuuod - dlld gin RCTC 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 am .....-- L nil& tan tnm�" n °r-- „br August 2014 FHWA approval: 12/15/2014 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY RIV151211 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: IMPLEMENTATION OF LIMITED -STOP SERVICE ALONG ROUTE 1 SERVICE AREA DURING WEEKDAY PEAK COMMUTE PERIODS ALONG UNIVERSITY AND MAGNOLIA AVENUES (RIVERSIDE/CORONA CORRIDOR). SERVICE WILL BE BETWEEN UCR AND CORONA. THIS INCLUDES PURCHASE OF 14 NEW BUSES (40 FT) AND OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR THE FIRST THREE TO FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE. (CMAQ - $9,212K) Minor change to the project description extending the service from Galleria to Corona (implementing Ph I and II concurrently) and optingfor the new CMAQ guidance that allows operating g p g assistance for start up projects up to five years. RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIV140802 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE: CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE. (FY14 5307 - $320K) (UZA: RS) New Project in 2015 FTIP from approved FY2014-15 SRTP Table 4 Operating Assistance Plan. RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIV140836 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CAPITAL LEASE OF OFFICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (FY14 5307 - $10K) (UZA: RS) New Project in 2015 FTIP from approved FY2014-15 SRTP Table 4 (Project #15-02). RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIV140841 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CITY OF RIVERSIDE-IOWA AVE & MLK BLVD BIKE IMPROVEMENTS: CONSTRUCT 0.8 MI 10 FT WIDE TWO DIR MULTI -USE PATH ON N.SIDE OF MLK BLVD B/W CANYON CREST DR & CHICAGO AVE & WIDENING IOWA AVE B/VV MLK BLVD & EVERTON PL INCLUDES GRADING, ASPHALT PAVING, SIGNS, & RESTRIPING & INSTALL 6 FT CLASS II BIKE LNS FOR 0.8 MI WITH 2 FT BUFFERS New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. RCTC portion of SCAG/MPO amount of ATP funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0517 RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIV140843 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE-WELLS/ARLANZA SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL ADA RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES & 32,730 SQ FT OF SIDEWALK ON ONE SIDE OF FIVE STREETS (CHALLEN AVE, IVANHOE AVE, KENT AVE, RUTLAND AVE, BABB AVE) SURROUNDING WELLS MIDDLE SCHOOL AND ARLANZA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. ($204.40 OF TC USED IN FY15/16 TO MATCH ATP IN CON) New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. RCTC portion of SCAG/MPO amount of ATP funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0521 RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIV140844 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - NORTE VISTA SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL ADA RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES & 94,200 SQ.FT. OF SIDEWALK ON ONE SIDE OF FOUR STREETS (GAYLORD ST, JONES AVE, CHADBOURNE AVE, BUSHNELL AVE) NEAR NORTE VISTA HIGH SCHOOL, ROSEMARY KENNEDY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND TWINHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. RCTC portion of SCAG/MPO amount of ATP funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0522 RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIV140852 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE — DOWNTOWN & ADJOINING AREAS BICYCLE AND PED IMPROVEMENTS: 17 MILES OF BIKE LANES, 2,500 FT. OF CONNECTING SIDEWALKS, BIKE STATION AT METROLINK, CONNECTIVITY MAP KIOSKS, TWO NEW HAWK SIGNALS, BIKE STAGING AREA, BIKE SHARE TERMINAL, BIKE CORRALS, BIKE BLVD, PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS, WALKING PATH, ALL -WAY STOP CROSSWALK & NEW SIDEWALK. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. Project No. 0519 San Jacinto RIV140856 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF SAN JACINTO — SAFE & ACTIVE SAN JACINTO SRTS: INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES 33,275 SQ. FT. OF NEW SIDEWALK, 5,215 SQ. FT. OF EXISTING SIDEWALK UPGRADES, 52,800 SQ. FT. OF BIKE TRAILS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO SCHOOLS; NON -INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES PED/BIKE SAFETY EDUCAITON, SRTS WORKSHOPS, DEVELOPMENT OF SRTS PLANS FOR EACH SCHOOL, AND OUTREACH. New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. ATP portion of Statewide funding. DAC or Disadvantage Communities do not need required 11.47% local match, per ATP guidelines. 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(FY14 5307) (UZA: HEMET) Technical change to add funding cycle years for federal funds. RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIV131202 IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - SR-91 AT ADAMS STREET INTERCHANGE: RAMP RECONFIGURATIONS OF EAST BOUND ON AND OFF RAMPS AT ADAMS ST (PA&ED ONLY). Technical change to incorporate corresponding 2012 RTP ID 3M01 WT022 RIVERSIDE, CITY OF RIV151205 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - INSTALL FIBER-OPTIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT IMPROVEMENTS ON MARKET ST/MAGNOLIA AVE FROM FIRST ST TO BUCHANAN ST AND INSTALL MISSING CONDUITS ON MAGNOLIA AVE FROM LA SIERRA AVE TO PIERCE ST UPDATING 49 SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS Fund Change to add additional MSRC funds in Lieu of CMAQ Funds. 375K of CMAQ funds were removed and 375K of MSRC funds were added. MSRC Funds, approved by commission on 5/14/2014. MSRC are identified as Agency Funds in 2015 FTIP. SUNLINE TRANSIT RIV130507 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - NEW FREEDOM PROJECTS LUMP SUM FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS (CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND 3 ) ( FY 11 & 12 - 5316 & 5317). Technical Change to correct group listing project scope. There is no scope or funding changes. SI. No. 57 SUNLINE TRANSIT RIV140804 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIXED ROUTE AND PARATRANSIT OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FY 2014/15 (UZA: INDCCPS). Technical change to add funding cycle years for federal funds. 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Technical change to add TC language in project description per Abhijit Badge direction of 12/17/2014. ATP funded project in a disadvantage community Moreno Valley RIV151202 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ITS, INCLUDING AN ETHERNET FIBER-OPTIC BACKBONE SYSTEM, CCTV CAMERAS AT 16 KEY INTERSECTIONS, AND NEW TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLERS AT EXISTING 45 SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS Description change to increase key intersections from 16 to 26 and reduce traffic signal controllers from 45 to 43. CMAQ PM 2.5 benefits revised 6/29/2014 and now consist of .21 kg/day Murrieta RIV031204 IN MURRIETA - CONSTRUCT NEW 2 LANE GUAVA ST. BRIDGE (400') OVER MURRIETA CREEK FROM WASHINGTON AVE TO ADAMS AVE W/ SHOULDERS & ALL REQUIRED APPROACHES (BR#: 56C0162) ($27.528 TOLL CREDITS UTILIZED FOR R/W IN FY 2010/2011). New project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years, per HBP update listing 10/29/2014 Pa:rn Desert RIV071243 IN THE CITY OF PALM DESERT — FREE RIGHT TURN LANE-WB FRED WARING DR TO NB HWY 111: RECONFIGURATION OF A FREE RIGHT TURN LANE AT THE INTERSECTION FROM WEST BOUND FRED WARING DR TO NORTH BOUND HWY 111 ($61 TOLL CREDITS USED TO MATCH CMAQ IN CONST FY 14/15). New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. Reprogramming of Cons funds from FY 2012/13 to FY 2014/15 and one Year Completion Delay Palm Springs RIV031206 ON S. PALM CANYON DR OVER ARENAS CANYON SOUTH DRAINAGE CHANNEL: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LANE LOW-WATER CROSSING WITH A NEW 4-LANE BRIDGE, INCLUDING DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS CONSISTING OF LEVEE CHANNELIZATION (HBRR #: OOL0027). New project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years, per HBP update listing 10/29/2014 Palm Springs RIV090405 IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS: REPLACE EXISTING 4-LANE LOW WATER CROSSING ON VISTA CHINO AT WHITEWATER RIVER WITH A NEW 4-LANE BRIDGE - BRIDGE NO. OOL0052. Reprogramming of funds from FY 16/17 to FY 17/18, per HBP update listing 10/29/2014 Palm Springs RIV110124 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS - RAMON RD. WIDENING BETWEEN SAN LUIS REY DR & LANDAU BLVD.: WIDENING OF RAMON RD. FROM A 4-LN ARTERIAL TO A 6-LN ARTERIAL (3-LNS IN EA DIR) BETWEEN SAN LUIS REY DR & LANDAU BLVD., INCLUDING THE WIDENING/REPLACEMENT OF THE WHITEWATER RIVER BRIDGE (BRIDGE NO. 56CO287), INCLUDING SEISMIC RETROFIT AND SCOUR COUNTERMEASURES AS NECESSARY. Reprogramming of funds from FY 16/17 to FY 15/16, per HBP update listing 10/29/2014 Palm Springs RIV990727 IN PALM SPRINGS: WIDEN INDIAN CANYON DR FROM 2 TO 6 LANES (3 IN EACH DIRECTION), FROM UPRR OVERCROSSING TO GARNET AVE (HBRR#:5600025). New project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years, per HBP update listing 10/29/2014 RCTC RIV041047 THROUGHOUT RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES (EXCEPT REHABILITATION AND OPERATION OF HISTORIC TRANSPORTATION BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES, OR FACILITIES). $292 IN TOLL CREDITS WILL BE UTILIZED TO MATCH STPL CONS. New Project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. Reprogramming con funds from FY 13/14 to FY 14/15 RCTC RIV130401 THROUGHOUT WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Reprogramming of funds from FY 13/14 and FY 16/17 to FY 14/15, per current obligation schedules. 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 15 of 35 CFP 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 4 Wilde cam usmpvbxm tau. December 2014 FHWA approval: 4/8/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason RCTC RIV130402 THROUGHOUT EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Reprogramming of funds from FY 16/17 to FY 14/15, per current obligation schedule. RCTC RIV071267 1-15 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY: CONSTRUCT 4 TOLL EXPR LNS (TEL) (2 TE EA DIR) FROM SR60 (PM 51.4) TO HIDDEN VALLEY PKWY (PM 42.9) AND CONS 2 TE LNS (1 TE EA DIR) FROM HIDDEN VALLEY PKWY (PM 42.9) TO CAJALCO RD (PM 36.8). ADVANCE SIGNAGE WILL BE INSTALLED A THE SOUTH END BETWEEN PM 34.7 TO PM 36.8 (CAJALCO RD) AND AT THE NORTH END BETWEEN PM 51.4 (SR60) TO PM 52.28 (PM 1.3 IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY). Cost Increase per latest engineer's estimate &clarification of end PM limits as it relates to construction advance signage to the north of the project that crosses the San Bernardino County Line. RCTC RIV120101 RCTC COMMUTER RAIL SYSTEMATIC IMP. OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMT: REHAB OF RCTC'S COMM. RAIL IN COORDINATION W/METROLINK, INCLUDING REHAB OF TRACK, SIGNALS, COMMUNICATION, MECHANICAL & LAYOVER FACILITIES, ROLLING STOCK (LOCOMOTIVES/PASSENGER RAIL CARS), TVMs, DEV. OF PTC IN SO. CA., & IMPS, EXPANSION, AND REHAB OF METROLINK STATION PARKING AND FACILITIES ($2,073 TC USED IN FY14 AND $2,783 TC IN FY15) New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. RCTC RIV141203 RCTC COMMUTER RAIL UPGRADES: IN COORDINATION W/ METROLINK TO IMPROVE PASSENGER ACCESS (STATION PLATFORMS, PED BRIDGES, WALKWAYS, BIKE PATHS & STORAGE); TRACK AND LAYOVER FACILITIES; TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES (TIX VENDING MACHINES, INFO KIOSKS, SIGNAGE); & SAFETY/SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS (FENCING & ACCESS CONTROL TO THE PLATFORMS, LIGHTING). ($3,579K TC FOR FY15) New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years. Riverside County 47520 AT I-10/JEFFERSON ST IC: RECONSTRUCT, REALIGN, & WIDEN IC 2 TO 6 LANES (SOUTHERLY OF VARNER RD TO UPRR), WIDEN RAMPS, ADD NEW ENTRY RAMPS, INCLUDING RAMP METERING (NO HOV PREFERENTIAL LANE INCLUDED), ADD ACCEUDECEL LANES AT WB ENTRY AND EB EXIT (<1/4 MILE), AND ADD DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES. (EA: 47520) Reprogramming of construction years to reflect actual CTC obligation of STIP-RIP funds in FY 2013/14 (CTC allocation vote of 8/20/2014) and Federal obligation of STPL funds in FY 2013/14 (9/16/2014). Riverside County RIV050534 AT I-215/NEWPORT RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN FROM 4 TO 6 THROUGH LANES BETWEEN HAUN RD AND ANTELOPE RD, RELOCATE NB AND SB EXIT RAMPS (3 LANES), RECONFIGURE NB & SB ENTRY RAMPS TO INCLUDE HOV LANE, ADD NEW NB AND SB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (2 LANES), INCLUDE EXTENDED RAMP ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES, ADD EXTENDED DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES (EA: OJ440) Reprogramming of construction years to reflect actual Federal obligation of STPL funds in FY 2013/14 (9/16/2014). RTA RIV140827 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE OF TEN EXPANSION PARATRANSIT BUSES TO MEET SERVICE DEMAND. (FY14 5307) (UZA: RS - $714K) New project in 2015 FTIP from approved SRTP FY2014/15 - 2016/17 Table 4 (#15-3) RTA RIV140835 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA GROUP LISTING FOR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES (EXCEPT REHABILITATION AND OPERATION OF HISTORIC TRANSPORTATION BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES, OR FACILITIES) New project in 2015 FTIP from approved SRTP FY2014/15 - 2016/17 Table 4 (#15-` 1) 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 16 of 35 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 4 CZ) , mg& tgura) Itmponotion COrm� December 2014 FHWA approval: 4/8/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Temecula RIV140301 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA - CONSTRUCT REMAINING ONE MILE MISSING LINK IN THE SANTA GERTRUDIS CREEK RECREATIONAL MULTI -USE PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE TRAIL FROM YNEZ ROAD TO MURRIETA CREEK MULTI- PURPOSE TRAIL. New Project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Yeas Various Agencies I RIV050201 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BRIDGE REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION - HBP PROGRAM; PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 CATEGORIES - WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). 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SCAG approval: 3/9/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason RTA RIV140825 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE OF EIGHT REPLACEMENT TROLLEY BUSES AND FOUR REPLACEMENT MID -SIZED BUSES FOR USE ON CONTRACT- OPERATED FIXED -ROUTE SERVICE. (FY14 5307) (UZA: HEMET - $2,073K) Minor change to transpose number of replacement trolley buses and mid -sized buses. Temecula RIV62031 I-15/SR79 SO. IC: REMOVE SB EXIT RAMP, ADD NEW SB EXIT LOOP RAMP, REALIGN SB EXIT RAMP (2 LNS) W/AUX LN. WIDEN SB ENTRY 1 TO 3, NB EXIT 1 TO 4, NB ENTRY 1 TO 3 & RECON SR79S. Reprogramming of funds to combine FY 2014/15 and FY 2015/16 STPL in FY 2015/16 (previously split into two fiscal years due to programming capacity issues). Number of Projects 10 As of January 13, 2016 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 19 of 35 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 6 March 2015 CD ,enide Calm kompanote. �issito FHWA approval: 6/2/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason CVAG RIV140820 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: REGIONAL SIGNAL SYCHRONIZATION PROGRAM THROUGH THE COACHELLA VALLEY INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SIGNAL UPGRADES, COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE. Reprogramming of funds from FY 14/15 to FY15/16 and move Con funds into Eng, per direction from Caltrans LAPG 13.9 and CVAG staff. Corona RIV011240 IN CORONA ON EXISTING MCKINLEY ST - CONSTRUCT GRADE SEPARATION AT BNSF RAILROAD CROSSING (PROJECT STUDY REPORT & PRELIMINARY ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS REPORT ACTIVITIES) New Project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Yrs and reprogramming of funds from FY 13/14 to FY 14/15 Palm Springs RIV090402 IN PALM SPRINGS — RDWAY, DRAIN., VEH. PARKING & APPURTENANT STRUCTURES & FAC. FOR THE AGUA CALIENTE MUSEUM (SE CORNER OF TAHQUITZ CNYN WY & HERMOSA DR). IMP INC: WIDEN HERMOSA DR. (TAHQUITZ CYN WY -ARENAS RD (NON- CAP)) TO PROVIDE OFFSITE BAY PARK. STALLS); EXT. HERMOSA DR (ARENAS RD- BARISTO RD, CAP ENH 2 LNS, 1 LN IN EA DIR); & CONS PALM SPRINGS SD L-9 (BARISTO CHANNEL - ARENAS RD). New project in 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Yrs, Description Change and Schedule Delay. Project is non -capacity enhancing. Per Caltrans direction, project is within operational right of way. Riverside County RIV071288 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY — 66TH AVE GRADE SEPARATION: CONSTRUCT A TWO-LN (1-LN IN EA DIR) 66TH AVE ELEVATED STRUCTURE OVER THE UPRR, HAMMOND RD., AND SH-111., FROM WESTERLY OF LINCOLN ST TO JOHNSON ST ON THE EAST IN THE COMMUNITY OF MECCA. ADD. IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED TO TIE BACK INTO THE EXISTING ALIGNMENT. New project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Yrs. Caltrans RIVLS01 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP COLLISION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS. Cost Increase per SHOPP listing dated March 3, 2015. Grouped Project Listing SI #2. RCTC RIV150301 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126, EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES (FTA FFY12/13 AND FFY13/14 - 5310) ($1 K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. Group Listing SI No. 54 RCTC RIV150302 IN RIVERSIDE CO - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES & RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND 13/14) ($152K TDC UTILZ IN CONS). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. Group Listing SI No. 58 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 20 of 35 CM) 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 6 March 2015 FHWA approval: 6/2/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason RCTC RIV150303 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING PARTNERSHIP - CONTINUATION OF TRIP PROGRAM (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($441 K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. RCTC RIV150304 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR EXCEED - OPERATIONS FOR THE SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($25K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 (Small Urban/Rural) Project Selection. - ;--: RIV150305 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR ANGEL VIEW - TO PROVIDE DOOR TO DOOR TRANSPORTATION TO CLIENTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES. (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($29K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. RC—C.,FFY RIV150310 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR DESERT BLIND AND HANDICAPPED ASSOCIATION - TO PROVIDE DOOR TO DOOR TRANSPORTATION TO CLIENTS WITH DISABILITIES (FTA 5310 - 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($24K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. RTC RIV150306 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - FOR CONTINUATION OF TRAVEL TRAINING PROGRAM (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($191K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. Sunline Transit Agency RIV150307 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - CONTINUATION OF TAXI VOUCHER PROGRAM (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($28K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. Sunline Transit Agency RIV150308 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE OF ONE (1) MEDIUM BUS FOR EXPANSION OF SERVICE (FTA 5310 - FFY12/13 AND FFY13/14) ($19K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. Sunline Transit Agency RIV150309 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE OF ONE (1) MOBILE RADIO (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($1 K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). New project per Caltrans and RCTC Recommendations for FFY13 and FFY14 Section 5310 Project Selection. Number of Projects "5 As of January 13, 2016 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 21 of 35 2015 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 7 April 2015 uCID w.icleCm/ hsspntd nlm.,wc SCAG approval: 5/21/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Caltrans RIV140837 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR RAILROAD/HIGHWAY CROSSING: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 CATEGORIES RAILROAD/HIGHWAY CROSSING. (TC UTILIZED TO MATCH STP) Fund Source change from STP Railroad Local to STP-RL Railroad Highway Crossings CVAG RIV131005 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: CONSTRUCT IN PHASES A NEW 50 MILE BICYCLE, PEDESTRIAN AND LOW SPEED ELECTRICAL VEHICLE PATH FROM CITY OF DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO THE SALTON SEA ROUGHLY ALONG WHITEWATER RIVER. PH I WILL CONSTRUCT LINK FROM PALM SPRINGS TO COACHELLA. FUTURE PHASES WILL CONSTRUCT LINK FROM DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO PALM SPRINGS AND COACHELLA TO THE SALTON SEA. Reprogramming of funds into Construction. Project will utilize TC's for Engineering. La Qu:^ta RIV121202 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF LA QUINTA - ON DUNE PALMS RD: REPLACE 3-LANE LOW WATER CROSSING WITH 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER THE COACHELLA VALLEY STORMWATER CHANNEL ( WHITEWATER RIVER - BRIDGE NO.00L0070) Reprogramming of RNV funds from FY 2015/16 to FY 2017/18 par 3/25/2015 HBP update Palm Desert RIV071255 IN THE CITY OF PALM DESERT — MID VALLEY BIKE PATH: CONSTRUCT A 6.5 MILE CLASS 1 BIKE PATH ALONG THE NORTHERN CITY LIMITS BETWEEN S/O WASHINGTON ST. AND N/O MONTEREY AVE. Reprogramming of construction funds from FY 14/15 to FY 17/18 due to schedule delay and program capacity. May utilize EPSP. Reprogramming of R/W funds from Prior Yrs to FY 15/16 due to schedule delay RCTC RIV130401 THROUGHOUT WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Reprogramming of funds from FY 14/15 to FY 15/16 based on Agencies delivery schedules Riverside County RIV111003 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY - MARKET STREET BRIDGE REPLACEMENT: REPLACE THE EXISTING TWO LANE (ONE LANE IN EACH DIRECTION) MARKET STREET BRIDGE OVER THE SANTA ANA RIVER, 0.4 MILES NORTHWEST OF SR60 WITH A FOUR LANE (TWO LANES IN EACH DIRECTION) BRIDGE. BRIDGE NO. 56C0024 Reprogramming R/W funds from FY 2016/2017 to 2017/2018 per HBP listing 3/25/2015, and changing environmental document type from CE to EA Riverside County RIV140401 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY NEAR THE CITY OF MENIFEE - ON NUEVO ROAD, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER 1.2 MILES W/O LAKEVIEW AVENUE. (BRIDGE NO. 56C0004). Technical Change to clarify Scope in HBP program. Technical change does not impact any modeling details. Riverside County RIV140857 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RCTC IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY— SRTS TROTH ST: ON EAST AND WEST SIDES OF TROTH ST B/VV 58TH ST & JURUPA RD, INSTALL 3,650 FT. OF SIDEWALK EXTENSION, CURB & GUTTER, ADA-COMPLIANT RAMPING, CROSSWALK AT TROTH ST & 56TH ST W/ SOLAR LED FLASHERS AND PED PUSH BUTTONS, AND MODIFIED ON -STREET PARKING TO CREATE SCHOOL PICK-UP/DROP-OFF ZONE. Lead Agency change from RCTC to Riverside County and removing FOR RCTC in description Riverside County RIV140858 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR RCTC IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY — PYRITE ST SRTS: INSTALL 2,625-FT OF SIDEWALK ON PYRITE ST BAN GALENA ST & MISSION BLVD WITH A ROAD DIET, WITH ADA RAMPING, ENHANCED CROSSWALK AT PYRITE ST & CASSIDY CIRCLE W/ SOLAR LED FLASHERS AND PED PUSH BUTTONS, MODIFIED ON - STREET PARKING FOR PICK-UP/DROP-OFF ZONES. Lead Agency change from RCTC to Riverside County and removing FOR RCTC in description 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 22 of 35 2015 FTIP -Administrative Modification No. 7 April 2015 CED E.m6 trey itenput+nn to. . SCAG approval: 5/21/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason RTA RIV140835 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA GROUP LISTING FOR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES (EXCEPT REHABILITATION AND OPERATION OF HISTORIC TRANSPORTATION BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES, OR FACILITIES) Cost increase per 5339 Hemet apportionment. Increase equals 10.5% Sunline RIV140810 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: SIX REPLACEMENT CNG BUSES FOR FIXED ROUTE SERVICE. (FY14 5307 - $300K) (UZA: INCCPS) Cost decrease per FY16 Draft SRTP. Decrease equals 27.7% Number of Projects 11 As of January 13, 2016 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 23 of 35 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 9 ■a. CD Lttoldn Gatti I ompoomkn to rmlssb June 2015 FHWA approval: 8/4/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Caltrans RIV140837 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR RAILROAD/HIGHWAY CROSSING: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 CATEGORIES RAILROAD/HIGHWAY CROSSING. (TC UTILIZED TO MATCH STP) Cost increase per Caltrans Local Section 130/Grade Crossings backup sheets Caltrans RIV120201 ON SR-60 NEAR BEAUMONT: CONSTRUCT NEW EASTBOUND AND WESTBOUND TRUCK LANES FROM GILMAN SPRINGS RD TO 1.47 MILES WEST OF JACK RABBIT TRAIL AND UPGRADE EXISTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SHOULDERS TO STANDARD WIDTHS (10-FT INSIDE SHOULDER AND 10-FT OUTSIDE SHOULDER) (EA: ON69U) - CMAQ PM2.5 BENEFITS PROJECT. $802.9 TC WILL BE UTILIZED FOR CMAQ ENG IN FY 14/15. Description Change to incorporate Caltrans outside shoulder improvements from 10-ft to 12-ft; Cost increase to reflect 3/26/2015 engineer's estimate; minor updates to CE approval and completion date (completion year remains 2019). CMAQ funds split into two FFYs due to OA issues; funding will be obligated in FFY 2016/17 utilizing EPSP and/or OA loans from another County. Project is partially funded by SHOPP-AC (RIVLS01) but it is individually listed under the State Highway projects. Caltrans RIVLS01 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP COLLISION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS. Cost Increase per 2014 SHOPP listing updated May 27, 2015. Grouped Project Listing SI #2. Caltrans RIVLS02 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - SHOPP ROADWAY PRESERVATION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION, EMERGENCY RELIEF (23 USC 125), WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES) Cost increase per 2014 SHOPP listing updated May 27, 2015. Grouped Project Listing SI #7. Caltrans RIVLS10 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP MOBILITY PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS Cost Increase per 2014 SHOPP listing updated May 27, 2015. Grouped Project Listing SI #5 Caltrans RIVLS12 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR EMERGENCY REPAIR - SHOPP EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 - REPAIR DAMAGE CAUSED BY NATURAL DISASTERS, CIVIL UNREST, OR TERRORIST ACTS. APPLIES TO DAMAGES THAT DO NOT QUALIFY FOR FED EMERGENCY RELIEF FUNDS OR TO DAMAGES THAT QUALIFY FOR FED EMERGENCY RELIEF FUNDS BUT EXTEND BEYOND THE FEDERALLY DECLARED DISASTER PERIOD. Cost Increase per 2014 SHOPP list ng updated May 27, 2015. Grouped Project Listing SI #4. Calt:ans RIVLS13 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION ON THE STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM - HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3 - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION Cost Increase per 2014 SHOPP listing updated May 27, 2015. 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Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Coachella RIV030901 ON 1-10 IN EASTERN COACHELLA (AT 3.4 MILES E/O DILLON RD & 9.1 MILES W/O CACTUS CITY SRRA): CONSTRUCT NEW 6 THROUGH LANE AVENUE 50 IC (3 LANES EACH DIR. APPROX 1/2 MILE N/O AND S/O 1-10), EB EXIT RAMP (3 LANES), WB EXIT RAMP (2 LANES), EB & WB ENTRY RAMPS (1 LANE), EB & WB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (1 LANE) (EA: 45210) Scope of Work Change with corresponding cost adjustments and completion year Lake Elsinore RIV010206 AT I-15/RR CYN RD IC: RECONST/WIDEN RR CYN UC 4 TO 6 LNS (SUMMERHILL DR - CASINO RD), REPLACE NB AND SB RAMPS W/HOOK RAMPS AND CONST AUX LN AT SB ONRAMP & DECEL AUX LN AT NB OFF RAMP (PH 1); CONSTR NEW FULL IC AT I- 15/FRANKLIN ST; REALIGN/WIDEN MAIN ST SB ON RAMP 1 TO 2 LNS; ADD AUX LNS FROM FRANKLIN ST IC TO MAIN ST IC & FROM FRANKLIN ST IC TO RR CYN IC, AND CONST NEW FRONTAGE RD ON WESTSIDE OF 1-15 FROM AUTO CENTER DR. TO RUPARD ST AND EASTSIDE OF 1-15 (CAMINO DEL NORTE) FROM FRANKLIN ST TO MAIN ST (PH II). Scope of Work Change with corresponding cost adjustments and completion year. Project to be completed in two phases -funding programmed reflects implementation of Ph I and II. Completion date reflects the ultimate completion of Phil in 2027. Menifee RIV151219 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN MENIFEE: CONSTRUCT NEW HOLLAND AVE 4-LANE OC (2 LNS IN EA DIR) OVER 1-215 AND ANTELOPE RD. PROJECT INCLUDES REALIGNMENT OF WILLOWOOD WAY, RESTRIPING OF HANOVER LANE AND ALBION LANE, AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN ACCESS ROAD FOR BUSINESS ON THE WEST SIDE OF 1-215 (EA 1 F980). New Project Menifee RIV151218 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN MENIFEE: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN 1-215 IC AT MC CALL BLVD. - WIDEN IC FROM 4 TO 6 LANES (SUN CITY BLVD TO EASTERLY OF ENCANTO DR), WIDEN ENTRY RAMPS (RAMP METERED / NON HOV PREFERENTIAL LANE), WIDEN EXIT RAMPS (DUAL LEFT @ SB & DUAL RIGHT @ NB WITH MCCALL), ADD DUAL LEFT -TURN AND DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES (EA 1F700). New Project Moreno Valley RIV151220 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY ALONG SR 60 - WIDEN FROM TWO TO THREE LANES IN EACH DIRECTION IN THE EXISTING MEDIAN TO PROVIDE ONE ADDITIONAL GENERAL PURPOSE LANE IN EACH DIRECTION FROM REDLANDS BLVD. TO GILMAN SPRINGS RD. New Project Project will eliminate existing gap closure/bottleneck from Redlands to Gilman Springs Rd. Moreno Valley RIV080904 AT SR-60/THEODORE ST IC: WIDEN OC FROM 2 TO 6 THRU LANES; WIDEN WB EXIT/ENTRY RAMPS FROM 1 LN TO 2 LNS AT EXIT/ENTRY, 3 LNS AT ART. W/ HOV AT ENTRY; WIDEN EB EXIT RAMP FROM 1 LN TO 2 LNS AT EXIT AND 3 LNS AT ART.; WIDEN EB ENTRY RAMP FROM 1 LN TO 2 LNS W/HOV; ADD EB LOOP ENTRY WITH 2 LNS AT ART. AND 1 LN AT ENTRY; ADD AUX LNS 1700' EACH DIR WEST OF IC & 1200' EB AND 2200' WB EAST OF IC - RTP 3M0801 Scope of Work Change with corresponding cost adjustments and completion year Murrieta RIV100107 IN SW RIVERSIDE COUNTY - I-215/KELLER RD. IC: REPLACE EXISTING 2-LN I-215/KELLER RD. UNDERPASS WITH A NEW 4-LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR 500' EAST AND WEST OF 1-215 CL) IC, INCLUDING LEFT TURN LANES IN EACH DIRECTION, AUXILIARY LANES AT THE SB OFF- RAMP (APPROX. 1300'), ADD 2-LN NB/SB OFF RAMPS AND 2-LN NB/SB ON -RAMPS W/HOV, SIDEWALKS, AND REALIGN ANTELOPE RD APPROX 1/4 MI EAST. Scope of Work Change with corresponding cost adjustments and completion year Number of Projects 7 As of January 13, 2016 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 28 of 35 S£ Jo 6Z a6ed WV 8£ l 6 - 960Z/£14 xs!x6ol luawpuawy dlld 560Z uosead alepdn all!' al loa[oad Aoua6y :lenoidde yMHd way +r4`a al) 940Z;sn6ny Z4 'oN wawpuawy Aoualslsuo3 d121 - dlld 960Z 2015 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 13 September 2015 FHWA approval: 11/9/2015 Cla Min OMEN • an* Immr, lkonsfazaien tommistr. Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Caltrans RIV120201 ON SR-60 NEAR BEAUMONT TRUCK CLIMBING/DESCENDING LANES: CONSTRUCT NEW EASTBOUND AND WESTBOUND TRUCK LANES FROM GILMAN SPRINGS RD TO 1.47 MILES WEST OF JACK RABBIT TRAIL AND UPGRADE EXISTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SHOULDERS TO STANDARD WIDTHS (10-FT INSID E SHOULDER AND 12-FT OUTSIDE SHOULDER) (EA: ON69U) - CMAQ PM2.5 BENEFITS PROJECT. $802.9 TC UTILIZED FOR CMAQ ENG IN FY 13/14. Minor project description update per latest Environmental Document information. The WB TL will be ending within the current post mile limit of 26.5. However, the transition of the lane drop and the shoulder extends up to Post Mile 26.61. Additionally, in order to comply with MSHCP agmt, one of the wildlife Xings will be located approximately at PM 26.5. Caltrans RIVLS01 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP COLLISION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 W- RR/HY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS. Cost increase per 2014 SHOPP update of 9/8/2015 Caltrans RIVLS08 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS, SHOULDER IMPROVEMENTS, PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - MINOR PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRMNTS, TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSISTANCE OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PROJECTS AT INDVL INTERSCTN, PAVING MARKING DEMONSTRATION, TRUCK CLIMBING LANES OUTSIDE THE URBANIZED AREA, LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS. Cost increase per 2014 SHOPP update of 9!8/2015 Caltrans RIVLS10 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP MOBILITY PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INGERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS. Cost increase per 2014 SHOPP update of 9/8/2015 Ca tans RIVLS12 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR EMERGENCY REPAIR - SHOPP EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 - REPAIR DAMAGE CAUSED BY NATURAL DISASTERS, CIVIL UNREST, OR TERRORIST ACTS. APPLIES TO DAMAGES THAT DO NOT QUALIFY FOR FED EMERGENCY RELIEF FUNDS BUT EXTEND BEYOND THE FEDERALLY DECLARED DISASTER PERIOD. Cost increase per 2014 SHOPP update of 9/8/2015 Riverside County RIV150901 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY SOUTHEAST OF CORONA - (GAP CLOSURE) WIDEN TEMESCAL CYN ROAD FROM TWO TO FOUR LANES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CURB&GUTTER AND CURB RAMPS IN THREE DIFFERENT SEGMENTS; SEGMENT 1:EL CERRITO RD TO TOM BARNES ST.(.7 MI); SEGMENT 2: DOS LAGOS DR TO PULSAR CT (.7 MI); AND SEGMENT 3: DAWSON CYN RD TO NORTH .7 MILES (.7 MI) New project in the 2015 FTIP Quadrennial Years Sunline RIV140810 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: SIX REPLACEMENT CNG BUSES FOR FIXED ROUTE SERVICE. 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ADVANCE SIGNAGE WILL BE INSTALLED A THE SOUTH END BETWEEN PM 34.7 TO PM 36.8 (CAJALCO RD) AND AT THE NORTH END BETWEEN PM 51.4 (SR60) TO PM 52.28 (PM 1.3 IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY). Programming of STP for Engineering and CMAQ AC for Design/Build Phase. RCTC RIV130401 THROUGHOUT WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Reprogramming of funds from FY 14/15 to FY 15/16 based on Agencies delivery schedules and minor cost adjustments RCTC RIV130402 THROUGHOUT EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Reprogramming of funds from FY 14/15 to FY 15/16 based on Agencies delivery schedules RCTC RIV150302 IN RIVERSIDE CO - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES & RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND 13/14) ($152K TDC UTILIZ IN CONS). Cost increase per Caltrans revisions 8/13/15 Increase equals 2.4%. RCTC RIV150303 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING PARTNERSHIP - CONTINUATION OF TRIP PROGRAM (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($441 K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). Cost increase per Caltrans revisions 8/13/15. Increase equals 1.8%. `C RIV150305 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR ANGEL VIEW - TO PROVIDE DOOR TO DOOR TRANSPORTATION TO CLIENTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES. (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($29K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). Cost increase per Caltrans revisions 8/13/15. Increase equals 3.4%. RIV150307 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - CONTINUATION OF TAXI VOUCHER PROGRAM (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($28K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). Cost increase per Caltrans revisions 8/13/15. Increase equals 3.6%. RCTC RIV150308 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE OF ONE (1) MEDIUM BUS FOR EXPANSION OF SERVICE (FTA 5310 - FFY12/13 AND FFY13/14) ($19K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). Cost increase per Caltrans revisions 8/13/15. Increase equals 5.0%. RCTC RIV150310 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR DESERT BLIND AND HANDICAPPED ASSOCIATION - TO PROVIDE DOOR TO DOOR TRANSPORTATION TO CLIENTS WITH DISABILITIES (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($24K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION). Cost increase per Caltrans revisions 8/13/15. Increase equals 2.1%. 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 33 of 35 2015 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 14 November 2015 _-- -,ems. ,� '� i le SCAG approval: 11/20/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Riverside County RIV071288 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY —66TH AVE GRADE SEPARATION: CONSTRUCT A TWO-LN (1-LN IN EA DIR) 66TH AVE ELEVATED STRUCTURE OVER THE UPRR, HAMMOND RD., AND SH-111., FROM WESTERLY OF LINCOLN ST TO JOHNSON ST ON THE EAST IN THE COMMUNITY OF MECCA. ADD. IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED TO TIE BACK INTO THE EXISTING ALIGNMENT. Environmental delay, schedule updates and fund source change. Addition of TCIF funds to the project Riverside County RIV121204 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF NORCO - ON HAMNER AVE OVER SANTA ANA RIVER .5 MILES N/O OF SIXTH STREET, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 6 LANE BRIDGE (BRIDGE NO.56C0446). Reprogramming of R/W funds from FY 18/19 to FY 20/21, per 10/30/2015 HBP funding update Riverside, City of RIV131202 IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - SR-91 AT ADAMS STREET INTERCHANGE: RAMP RECONFIGURATIONS OF EAST BOUND ON AND OFF RAMPS AT ADAMS ST (PA&ED ONLY) Reprogramming of funds from FY 2014/15 to FY 2015/16 (Project experiencing delays associated with the start of the Project Study Report (PSR)). Riverside, City of RIV151207 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CONSTRUCT A NEW 4.3 MILE WALKING PATH ADJACENT TO SANTA ANA RIVER CLASS I BIKE TRAIL FROM MARTHA MCLEAN ANZA NARROWS PARK TO FAIRMOUNT PARK Reducing CMAQ Funds and adding additional City funds in FY 16/17 and schedule delay. Riverside, City of RIV151209 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - INSTALL UP TO FOUR BICYCLE STATIONS AND PROVIDE FORTY BICYCLES, TEN AT EACH STATION, TO IMPLEMENT A BIKE SHARE PROGRAM IN THE VICINITY OF DOWNTOWN RIVERSIDE, RIVERSIDE METROLINK STATION AND UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IN RIVERSIDE. Project is experiencing longer than expected environmental. The delay in environmental has pushed the project completion out to 12/31/2016. Please unlock the project to move funding to FY 15/16. Environmental is expected to be completed in April 2016 Riverside, City of RIV151215 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALK ON ONE SIDE OF BRUCE STREET FROM ADAIR AVE TO LAKE AVE. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A TOTAL OF 2,100 LF OF NEW SIDEWALK Project is experiencing longer than expected environmental. Additional technical studies were unforeseen. The delay in environmental has pushed the project completion out to 12/31/2016. Please unlock the project to move construction funding to FY 15/16. Environmental is expected to be completed in February 2016. San Jacinto RIV140856 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF SAN JACINTO — SAFE & ACTIVE SAN JACINTO SRTS: INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES 33,275 SQ. FT. OF NEW SIDEWALK, 5,215 SQ. FT. OF EXISTING SIDEWALK UPGRADES, 52,800 SQ. FT. OF BIKE TRAILS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO SCHOOLS; NON -INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES PED/BIKE SAFETY EDUCAITON, SRTS WORKSHOPS, DEVELOPMENT OF SRTS PLANS FOR EACH SCHOOL, AND OUTREACH. Reprograming construction funds from FY 14/15 to FY 15/16 based on adjustments to schedule between CTC and Agency. Construction allocation submitted for December 2015 CTC meeting. Temecula RIV62029 IN SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN TEMECULA ON TEMECULA PKWY (FORMERLY SR79) AT LA PAZ ST: ACQUIRE LAND, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT PARK -AND -RIDE LOT - 157 SPACES. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE THE CONSTRUCTION OF 10 BICYCLE LOCKERS, PASSENGER LOAD/UNLOAD ZONE AND ADA ACCESSIBLE PARKING. Project has completed environmental. Project is to be constructed in warmer weather. This will push project completion out to 12/31/2016. Please unlock the project to move construction funding to FY 15/16 for obligation of funds in FY 15/16. Temecula RIV62031 I-15/SR79 SO. IC: REMOVE SB EXIT RAMP, ADD NEW SB EXIT LOOP RAMP, REALIGN SB EXIT RAMP (2 LNS) W/AUX LN. WIDEN SB ENTRY 1 TO 3, NB EXIT 1 TO 4, NB ENTRY 1 TO 3 & RECON SR79S. Schedule Delay associated with the clearing of the RNV Phase Start of Construction is early 2016. 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 34 of 35 2015 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 14 November 2015 RCTC =m a.. Londe Caeeq BmsP�aat tnn.eesir SCAG approval: 11/20/2015 Agency Project ID Title Update Reason Various Agencies RIV050201 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BRIDGE REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION - HBP PROGRAM; PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 CATEGORIES - WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). TC USED TO MATCH HBP FUNDS Per HBP update of 10/30/2015 Number of Projects 29 As of January 13, 2016 2015 FTIP Amendment log.xlsx 1/13/2016 - 11:38 AM Page 35 of 35 AGENDA ITEM ZO RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 25, 2016 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Eric DeHate, Management Analyst LoreIle Moe -Luna, Sr. Management Analyst Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: 2017 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) Update Submittals STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and File. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Over the past seven months, RCTC has provided the TAC with updates regarding the submission of projects to be included in the 2017 FTIP. The TAC was originally notified July 20, 2015. On August 2, 2015, RCTC staff individually emailed the local agencies with their respective 2015 FTIP sheets and requested updates via markups/electronic submittals. New projects were requested by October 7, 2015 while updates to existing updates were requested to be delivered by October 14, 2015. On November 2, 2015, staff sent reminder emails to individual agencies that had not submitted updates to the 2017 FTIP. Finally, staff reported to the TAC on November 9, 2015 that reviews were underway and that a majority of the agencies had submitted updates to the 2017 FTIP. With the help of your staff, RCTC was able to submit the 2017 FTIP on time by the due date of January 5, 2016. The 2017 FTIP update included 385 projects with the following breakdown: • 257 carried over projects from the 2015 FTIP o 103 Local Highway System o 59 State Highway System o 95 Transit system • 8 New Projects o 6 Local highway system o 2 State highway system • 112 Completed projects o 25 Local Highway System o 4 State Highway System o 83 Transit System • 8 Deleted Projects o 4 Local Highway System o 1 State Highway System (duplicate project) o 3 Transit system As SCAG reviews the projects, there may be modifications to projects through the 2017 FTIP update. We will continue to communicate any major changes to the TAC. Please keep in mind some important dates for the adoption of the 2017 FTIP: • January, 2016 — Submittal • June 2016 — 2016 RTP/SCS approval • September, 2016 — Adoption by SCAG Regional Council and Submission to Caltrans • November, 2016 — FSTIP Submitted from Caltrans to Federal Agencies • December, 2016 — FSTIP Approval by Federal Agencies Attachment: 2017 FTIP Project listing SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV100102 Riverside SCAB 3AL204 CAX66 L NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 21,846 Agency BEAUMONT Amendment IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO IN BEAUMONT: SR79 BYPASS EXT NO. PH II - INSTAL OF A 3-LN PRE-FAB BRIDGES ON THE EASTSIDE OF THE PH 1 POTRERO BRIDGE SR79 BYPASS EXT. NO., EXTENDING THE POTRERO BLVD 0.675 MI. NO. FROM THE FUTURE SR60/POTRERO FWY IC (RIV050535), TO CONNECT TO THE OAK VALLEY PKWY IN BEAUMONT, INCLUDING THE INSTAL OF A CLASS I MULTI -PURPOSES TRAIL, FLARED INTERSECTION AND TURNING POCKETS. [Fund DEVELOPER FEES RIV100102 Total ENG 3,276 3,276 R/W 2,185 2,185 CON; Total 16,385 21,846 16,385 21,846 Prior 3,276 3,276 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2,185 16,385 2,185 16,385 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 L Total ' 21,846 21,846 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140805 Riverside MDAB REG0704 LUM06 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 29 Agency CALIF DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY NEAR THE CITY OF BLYTHE - COMPOSITION AND PRINTING OF A BLYTHE AREA OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE TRAIL MAP Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/20172017/2018L 2018/2019I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 25 25 25 4 4 4 29 29 29 RECREATIONAL TRAILS AGENCY RIV140805 Total 25 4 29 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV060102 Riverside SCAB RIV060102 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 2,366 Agency CALIMESA Amendment 0 IN CALIMESA - WIDEN EB COUNTY LN RD FROM 1 TO 2 LNS (I-10 TO 600' E/O CALIMESA BLVD), CONSTRUCT 90 FT. ROUNDABOUT AT INTERSECTION OF CALIMESA BLVD AND COUNTY LN RD, WIDEN ALL ADJACENT CORNERS FOR TRANSITION TO ROUNDABOUT INCLUDING CURB AND GUTTER AS REQUIRED. ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE DRAINAGE AND CONCRETE WORK (SAFETEA-LU-DEMO ID 445, 1316 Fund ENG DEMO-SAFETEA-LU CITY FUNDS RIV060102 Total 506 127 633 R/W CON 934 529' 270 1,463 Total 1,440 926 270 2,366 Prior1 2016/2017 2017/2018 506 127 633 934 529 1,463 270 270 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,440 926 2,366 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140837 Riverside SCAB REG0701 LUM03 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 6,270 Agency CALTRANS IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR RAILROAD/HIGHWAY CROSSING: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 CATEGORIES - RAILROAD/HIGHWAY CROSSING. (TC UTILIZED TO MATCH STP) Fund ENG R/W CON Total I Prior 2016/2017 - 2017/2018 RAILWAY -HIGHWAY CROSSINGS 6,270 6,270 6,270 6,270 6,270 6,270 RIV140837 Total 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 6,270 6,270 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:22 AM Page: 1 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091011 Riverside SSAB 3A07027 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 18,703 Agency CATHEDRAL CITY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY - DATE PALM DR OVER THE WHITEWATER RIVER: WIDENING OF DATE PALM DR FROM 4 TO 6 LNS (3 LNS IN EA DIR), FROM APPROX. 350 FT S/O THE BRIDGE TO 250 FT N/O THE BRIDGE (VIA ESTRADA TO THE NORTH AND PEREZ RD. TO THE SOUTH), INCLUDING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A RAISED MEDIAN AND SIDEWALK ALONG THE EAST SIDE OF THE PROJECT (BRIDGE NO. 56C0189). Fund ENG R/W! CON BRIDGE - LOCAL 1,594 221 CITY FUNDS 206 29 RIV091011 Total 1,800 250 Total' Prior 2016/2017 ` 2017/2018 14,743 16,558 1,815 14,743 1,910 2,145 235 1,910 16,653 18,703 2,050 16,653 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 16,558 2,145 18,703 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110501 Riverside SSAB 3A07028 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 5,791 Agency CATHEDRAL CITY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY - DATE PALM DR WIDENING FROM 1-10 TO VARNER RD.: WIDENING OF DATE PALM DR. FROM 2 TO 6 LNS (3 LNS IN EA DIR) FROM 1-10 TO VARNER RD INCLUDING A BOX CULVERT SPANNING THE LONG CANYON WASH. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE ADDITIONAL TURNING LANES AT INTERSECTION OF DATE PALM DR. & VARNER RD., TRAFFIC SIGNALIZATION, SIDEWALKS, MEDIANS AND BIKE LANES. Fund ENG R/W CON TotalI Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018f 2018/2019 2019/2020� 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS 462 986 1,448 462 986 1,448 EASTERN RIV TUMF 1,385 2,958 4,343 1,385 2,958 4,343 RIV110501 Total 1,847 3,944 5,791 1,847 3,944 5,791 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140845 Riverside SCAB 7120004 NCN25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 479 Agency CITY OF EASTVALE N WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR THE CITY OF EASTVALE-SRTS AT MULTIPLE SCHOOLS -SIGNALIZED XING & RADAR SPEED DISPLAY: INSTALL A TRAFFIC SIGNAL, RADAR SPEED DISPLAY, CURB & GUTTER, ASPHALT CONCRETE, SIGNS, CROSSWALKS, STRIPING & 10,200 L.F. OF BIKE LANES NEAR EASTVALE, ROSA PARKS, & HARADA ELEM SCHOOLS, RIVER HEIGHTS & RAMIREZ MID SCHOOLS & ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL. Fund ENG AGENCY RIV140845 Total 66 66 R/W I CON Total 413 479 413 479 Prior 66 66 2016/2017 2017/2018 413 413 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total', 479 479 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV151201 Riverside SCAB 7120006 ITS02 L TCM Committed Amendment 0 Description: PTC 384 Agency CITY OF EASTVALE IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF EASTVALE - TRAFFIC SYCHRONIZATION OF SIX TRAFFIC SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS ALONG HAMNER AVENUE FROM SCHLEISMAN ROAD TO EASTVALE GATEWAY Fund CMAQ AGENCY CITY FUNDS RIV151201 Total ENG R/W CON Total Prior 142 142 142 75 75 75 47 3 117 167 167 47 3 334 384 384 2016/20171 2017/2018j 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 142 75 167 384 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:22 AM Page: 2 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA • ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin RIV071246 Riverside SSAB 3GL04 NCN31 End System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 39,866 Agency COACHELLA IN CITY OF COACHELLA- CONSTRUCT NEW (NON -CAPACITY) AVE 52 GRADE SEPARATION OVERHEAD STRUCTURE SPANNING OVER UPRR MAINLINE TRACKS AND GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/HWY 111, FROM SHADY LN TO APPROX 600 FT. E/O INDUSTRIAL WAY/TYLER ST. IMPROVEMENTS INCL: RECONFIG CONNECTION FROM AVE 52 TO GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/HWY 111, BIKE LNS, SIDEWALKS, RETAINING WALLS, RECONST TRAFFIC SIGS/DRIVEWAYS. REMOVE EXISTING AT -GRADE CR Fund j ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/20181 2018/2019 FFY 2009 Appropriations Earmarks CMAQ RAILWAY -HIGHWAY CROSSINGS CITY FUNDS PRIVATE FUNDS STATE PUC TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM RIV071246 Total 380 380 380 2,362 7,818 10,180 10,180 5,000 5,000 5,000 306 3,000 5,000 8,306 8,306 1,000 1,000 1,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 2,668 3,000 34,198 39,866 39,866 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 380 10,180 5,000 8,306 1,000 5,000 10,000 39,866 ProjectlD RIV110825 County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin SSAB RIV110825 CAX60 Description: PTC IN THE CITY OF COACHELLA - AVE 50 OVER COACHELLA STORMWATER CHANNEL: REPLACEMENT OF A BRIDGE FROM 300-FT W/O APACHE TRAIL TO SR-86S INTERSECTION. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE CHANNEL SCOUR PROTECTION AND REMOVAL OF LOW WATER X-ING AND CULVERTS. End System Conformity Category Amendment L NON-EXEMPT 0 29,915 Agency COACHELLA 2-LN LOW WATER X-ING (BRIDGE NO. 00L0055) WITH A 6-LN (3-LNS IN EA DIR) BIKE LANES/TRAILS, SIDEWALKS, RECONSTRUCT TRAFFIC SIGNAUDRIVEWAYS, 'Fund ENG I R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 BRIDGE - LOCAL 2,392 1,771 22,322 26,485 798 1,594 CITY FUNDS 309 229 2,892 3,430 103 206 RIV110825 Total 2,701 2,000 25,214 29,915 901 1,800 2017/2018 2018/2019 I 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 1,771 22,322 229 2,892 2,000 25,214 Total 26,485 3,430 29,915 ProjectlD County RIV140816 Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin SSAB 3NL04 NCN26 End System Conformity Category L EXEMPT - 93.126 Amendment 0 Description: PTC 520 Agency COACHELLA IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF COACHELLA - INSTALL 8.2 MILES OF CLASS II BIKE LANES ON CITY ARTERIALS TO FACILITATE RESIDENTIAL TO COMMERCIAL CONNECTIVITY ($52.76 OF TC TO MATCH CMAQ IN FY 16/17)(PM 2.5 BENEFITS .816 KG/DAY) !Fund ENG RNV I CON Total Prior 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 CMAQ 460 460 460 CITY FUNDS 60 60 60 RIV140816 Total 60 460 520 60 460 2021/20221 Total 460 60 520 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:22 AM Page: 3 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV140842 Riverside SSAB Description: IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY PATH, PED XING, & CONSTRUCTION OF 2 MI. OF USED TO MATCH ATP Mod el RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 7120004 NCN25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 1,764 Agency COACHELLA OF COACHELLA - ATP IMPOVEMENTS CYCLE 1: ADD 7 MI. OF CLASS II BIKE LANES & CLASS III BIKEWAYS W/SHARROWS, APSHALT BIKE SIDEWALKS AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS & LANDSCAPED MEDIANS ALONG AVE 50 & AVE 52 FROM WESTERN CITY LIMITS TO CV LINK. TC 'Fund ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM -MPO RIV140842 Total ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 100 1,664 1,764 100 1,664 100 1,664 1,764 100 1,664 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,764 1,764 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV151217 Riverside SSAB Description: RTP ID Program_ Route Begin End System Conformity Category 3A07057 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT PTC 3,600 Agency COACHELLA Amendment 0 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF COACHELLA - WIDENING OF AVENUE 48 FROM 2 TO 6 LANES (1 LN EA DIR TO 3 LNS EA DIR) FROM JACKSON RD TO VAN BUREN ST INCLUDING TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATIONS, STREET LIGHTING DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDING SIDEWALK AND BICYCLE LANES AND LANDSCAPING Fund ENG R/W CON Total Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021I 2021/20221 Total' STP LOCAL 2,278 2,278 2,278 2,278 CITY FUNDS 95 1,227 1,322 95 1,227 1,322 RIV151217 Total 95 3,505 3,600 95 3,505 3,600 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV131005 Riverside SSAB Description: 3NL04 NCN25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 99,359 Agency COACHELLA VALLEY ASSOC OF GOVERNMENTS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: CONSTRUCT IN PHASES A NEW 50 MILE BICYCLE, PEDESTRIAN AND LOW SPEED ELECTRICAL VEHICLE PATH FROM CITY OF DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO THE SALTON SEA ROUGHLY ALONG WHITEWATER RIVER. PH I WILL CONSTRUCT LINK FROM PALM SPRINGS TO COACHELLA. FUTURE PHASES WILL CONSTRUCT LINK FROM DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO PALM SPRINGS AND COACHELLA TO THE SALTON SEA (PPNO 1019). Fund ENG R/W CMAQ AGENCY PRIVATE FUNDS ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM STIP ADVANCE CON -RIP RIV131005 Total CON' Total I Prioii 2016/2017'I 2017/2018 12,600 12,600 3,200 60,659 63,859 10,000 10,000 7,000 3,900 10,900 2,000 2,000 7,000 7,100 85,259 99,359 7,000 3,200 7,000 3,900 2018/2019 12,600 60,659 10,000 2,000 7,100 85,259 2019/2020 I 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 12,600 63,859 10,000 10,900 2,000 99,359 ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV140820 Riverside SSAB Description: Model RTP ID 31TS08 ITS02 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment L NON-EXEMPT 0 PTC 10,828 Agency COACHELLA VALLEY ASSOC OF GOVERNMENTS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CVAG: REGIONAL SIGNAL SYCHRONIZATION PROGRAM THROUGH THE COACHELLA VALLEY INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SIGNAL UPGRADES, COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE. (PM 2.5 BENEFITS Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022J Total CMAQ 2,435 5,315 7,750 2,435 5,315 7,750 AGENCY 315 2,763 3,078 315 2,763 3,078 RIV140820 Total 2,750 8,078 10,828 2,750 8,078 10,828 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:22 AM Page: 4 of 101 4SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA , ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program_ Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV010209 Riverside SCAB RIV010209 CAN67 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 67,481 Agency CORONA IN THE CITY OF CORONA - CONSTRUCT FOOTHILL PARKWAY WESTERLY EXTENSION 4 LANE ROAD FROM LINCOLN AVE TO PASEO GRANDE (APPROX 2.5 MILES) Fund ENG CITY FUNDS 500 WESTERN RIV TUMF 2,000 RIV CO SALES TAX STATE LOCAL PARTNER RIV010209 Total CON Total Prior 2016/2017 ; 2017/2018 1 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 14,481 18,481 18,481 18,481 7,000 14,000 14,000 14,000 28,000 28,000 28,000 28,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 2,500 8,500 56,481 67,481 67,481 67,481 R/W 3,500 5,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV011240 Riverside SCAB RIV011240 NCN31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 3,800 Agency CORONA IN CORONA ON EXISTING MCKINLEY ST - CONSTRUCT GRADE SEPARATION AT BNSF RAILROAD CROSSING (PROJECT STUDY REPORT & PRELIMINARY ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS REPORT ACTIVITIES) Fund ENG I R/W CON 1 Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND 400 400 400 REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE TDA ARTICLE #4 2,000 2,000 2,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF 1,400 1,400 1,400 RIV011240 Total 3,800 3,800 3,800 2018/2019 L 2019/2020 1 2020/2021 1 2021/2022 Total 400 2,000 1,400 3,800 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV011241 Riverside SCAB RIV011241 NCN31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 32,675 Agency CORONA IN CORONA ON AUTO CENTER DRIVE - CONSTRUCT 4 LANE OVERCROSSING (GRADE SEPARATION) OVER EXISTING BNSF TRACKS ($1,240 TOLL CREDITS IN CONST TO MATCH PNRS). Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND 1,000 1,100 6,200 8,300 8,300 8,300 REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE 675 SURFACE TRANS PROG 675 675 675 CITY FUNDS 80 80 80 80 TDA ARTICLE #4 500 500 500 500 WESTERN RIV TUMF 500 1,620 2,120 2,120 2,120 STATE PUC 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM 16,000 16,000 16,000 16,000 RIV011241 Total 2,000 2,720 27,955 32,675 32,675 32,675 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 5 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV091001 Riverside SSAB 3A07023 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 44,000 Agency DESERT HOT SPRINGS IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY IN THE CITY OF DESERT HOT SPRINGS - INDIAN AVE WIDENING: WIDENING OF INDIAN AVE FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES (3 IN EA DIR), BETWEEN HWY 62 AND MISSION LAKES BLVD., INCLUDING THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ALL WEATHER BRIDGE OVER MISSION CREEK (PA&ED). !Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior, 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total,, CITY FUNDS 100 100 100 100 RIV091001 Total 100 100 100 100 Amendment ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130101 Riverside SCAB REG0704 LUM06 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 385 Agency FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAY DIVISION REHABILITATE APPROXIMATELY 0.5 MILES OF THE PACIFIC COAST TRAIL - FULLERS RIDGE TRAIL BETWEEN SEVEN PINES TRAIL AND DEER SPRINGS TRAIL IN MOUNT SAN JACINTO STATE PARK. CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITES INCLUDE BRUSHING AND CLEARING, SWITCHBACKS, ARMORING, ROCK RETAINING WALLS, DRAINAGE LENSES, AND TRAIL CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION (PART OF MAP-21 BILL) 'Fund ENGl R/W RECREATIONAL TRAILS STATE PARK FUNDS RIV130101 Total CON 339 46 385 Total Prior 2016/2017, 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/20202020/2021 2021/2022 1 Total 339 339 339 46 46 46 385 385 385 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV141202 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 3,936 Agency HEMET IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF HEMET - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES - NON - MOTORIZED: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES (BOTH MOTORIZED AND NON -MOTORIZED) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS 3,936 3,936 678 1,902 1,356 3,936 RIV141202 Total 3,936 3,936 678 1,902 1,356 3,936 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program_ Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091006 Riverside SSAB 3A07316 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 27,788 Agency INDIAN WELLS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY - HWY 111 WIDENING W/IN INDIAN WELLS CITY LIMITS: WID FROM 4 TO 6 THRU LNS (3 LNS IN EA DIR) BTWN THE WCL (570' W/O VILLAGE CTR DR) & EL DORADO DR (RTP ID'S 3A07316 & 3A07257) INCLUDING THE INSTAL OF A RAISED, LANDSCAPE MEDIAN, LEFT TURN PH @ EL DORADO DR, DUAL LEFT TURN PH @ THE SB AND EB COOK ST, RT TURN ONLY LNS AT THE EAST, WEST, AND SB COOK ST. Fund ENG R/VV CON Total CITY FUNDS 125 172 6,651 6,948 EASTERN RIV TUMF 371 516 19,953 20,840 RIV091006 Total 496 688 26,604 27,788 Prior 2016/2017 j 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 297 6,651 887 19,953 1,184 26,604 2021/2022 Total', 6,948 20,840 27,788 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 6 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County _ Air Basin _ Model RTP ID Program- Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV091209 Riverside SSAB 3A07258 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 32,779 Agency INDIAN WELLS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY - HWY 111 WIDENING WITHIN INDIAN WELLS CITY LIMITS: WIDENING FROM 4 TO 6 THRU LNS (3 LNS IN EA DIR) BTWN EL DORADO & EAST CITY LIMITS (W/O WASHINGTON), INCLUDING THE INSTALL OF A RAISED, LANDSCAPE MEDIAN AND RIGHT TURN ONLY LANE AT INDIAN WELLS LN (RTP ID'S 3A07258 & 3A07259) Amendment Fund CITY FUNDS EASTERN RIV TUMF RIV091209 Total ENG I R/W CON Total 132 203 31,441 31,776 394 609 1,003 526 812 31,441 32,779 Prior 2016/2017 i 2017/2018 L 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 L2021 /2022 Total', 132 203 31,441 31,776 394 609 1,003 526 812 31,441 32,779 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091208 Riverside SSAB ITS08 ITS02 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 441 Agency INDIO IN COACHELLA VALLEY IN THE CITY OF INDIO - JACKSON ST TRAFFIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALL: INSTALL A NEW TS AT JACKSON ST & MARKET ST/DILLON AVE., & INSTALL. OF A WIRELESS INTERCONNECT SYSTEM ON JACKSON ST BTWN AVE. 44 TO THE NO. & AVE. 45 TO THE SO., A DISTANCE OF APROX. 1 MILE. INTERCONNECT SYSTEM INCLUDES 2 EXIST. TS & 1 NEW TS ($47.4 TOLL CREDITS USED FOR CMAQ MATCH IN CONS [Fund ENG1 R/W I CON I Total I Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CMAQ 413 413 413 413 CITY FUNDS 28 28 28 28 RIV091208 Total 28 413 441 441 441 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category _ Amendment RIV111202 Riverside SSAB 3A07137 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 19,230 Agency INDIO IN THE CITY OF INDIO - AVE 44 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT: REPLACE EXISTING AVENUE 44 TWO LANE LOW WATER CROSSING OVER THE COACHELLA VALLEY STORMWATER CHANNEL WITH A FOUR LANE BRIDGE (BRIDGE NO. 00L0056), INCLUDING 6 FT SIDEWALK ON EACH SIDE OF THE BRIDGE. Fund ENG' R/W CON Total BRIDGE - LOCAL 1,951 664 14,410 17,025 CITY FUNDS 252 86 1,867 2,205 RIV111202 Total 2,203 750 16,277 19,230 Priori 2016/2017, 2017/2018 1,951 664 252 86 2,203 750 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 14,410 1,867 16,277 2021/20221 Total' 17,025 2,205 19,230 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140819 Riverside SSAB 3AL104 NCR31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,279 Agency INDIO IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF INDIO - FULLY PAVE ABOUT ONE MILE OF UNPAVED CITY ROADS ALONG (5) RESIDENTIAL STREETS IN INDIO, NORTH OF INTERSTATE 10. STREETS TO BE REPAVED ARE: RANCHO LOS COYOTES DR; RANCHO LOS CERRITOS DR; PRIMROSE LANE; GALINDO CT; AND SABRINA CT (PM 2.5 BENEFITS 17.92 KG/DAY) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/20211 2021/2022 Total CMAQ 1,132 1,132 1,132 1,132 CITY FUNDS 147 147 147 147 RIV140819 Total 1,279 1,279 1,279 1,279 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 7 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140848 Riverside SSAB 3NL04 NCN27 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 2,581 Agency INDIO IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF INDIO -ANDREW JACKSON ELEM PED IMPROVEMENTS: ON TEN STREETS WITHIN THE ANDREW JACKSON ELEM SCHOOL COMMUNITY, INSTALL SIDEWALKS, UPGRADE PED ACCESS RAMPS AND DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, THREE ENHANCED CROSSWALKS, AND TWO SPEED FEEDBACK SIGNS. TC USED TO MATCH ATP (Fund ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM RIV140848 Total ENG 207 R/W CON Total Prior 2,374 2,581 207 207 2,374 2,581 207 2016/2017 2017/2018 2,374 2,374 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 2,581 2,581 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151001 Riverside SSAB 3A07031 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 10,920 Agency INDIO IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF INDIO - RECONSTRUCT AND IMPROVE HIGHWAY 111 FROM 760 FT WEST OF MADISON ST TO RUBIDOUX ST INCLUDING UPDATING ALL TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND UPDATE ALL SIDEWALKS, RAMPS AND DRIVEWAYS TO CURRENT ADA STANDARDS. WIDEN OF HIGHWAY 111 FROM 4 LANES (2 IN EACH DIR) TO 6 LANES (3 IN EACH DIR). Fund j ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 1 2021/2022 Total STP LOCAL 4,680 4,680 4,680 4,680 CITY FUNDS 131 131 131 131 RIV CO SALES TAX 389 5,720 6,109 389 5,720 6,109 RIV151001 Total 520 10,400 10,920 520 10,400 10,920 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV121202 Riverside SSAB 3A07061 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 17,510 Agency LA QUINTA IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF LA QUINTA - ON DUNE PALMS RD: REPLACE 3-LANE LOW WATER CROSSING WITH 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER THE COACHELLA VALLEY STORMWATER CHANNEL ( WHITEWATER RIVER - BRIDGE NO.00L0070) 1 Fund ENG I R/W 1 CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' BRIDGE - LOCAL 1,549 482 13,470 15,501 1,549 482 13,470 15,501 CITY FUNDS 201 63 1,745 2,009 201 63 1,745 2,009 RIV121202 Total 1,750 545 15,215 17,510 1,750 545 15,215 17,510 _ _MIMMINNIIIIIIIIINC ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category - Amendment RIV091005 Riverside SCAB REG0703 NCNH2 L EXEMPT - 93.128 0 Description: PTC 2,450 Agency LAKE ELSINORE IN MID WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE - CONSTRUCTION OF A TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE INTERSECTION OF SR-74 AND GUNNERSON AVENUE AND WIDENING OF THE ROUTE TO PROVIDE FOR TWO LEFT TURN LANES. Fund ENG R/W CON CITY FUNDS 441 154 1,855 RIV091005 Total 441 154 1,855 Total 2,450 2,450 Prior 2016/2017 2017/20181 2018/2019 595' 595 2019/20201 2020/2021 1,855 2,450 1,855 2,450 2021/2022 Total Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 8 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD_ County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category _ Amendment RIV111203 Riverside SCAB 3A04WT198 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 19,452 Agency LAKE ELSINORE IN LAKE ELSINORE - TEMESCAL CANYON RD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT/WIDENING: REPLACE TEMESCAL CANYON RD. 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE BUT STRIPPED FOR 2 LANES OVER TEMESCAL WASH, 0.22 MI. W/O LAKE STREET. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE WIDEN SIDEWALK FROM 4 TO 6 FT AND STRIPPING 8 FT CLASS II BIKE LNS ON EACH SIDE. (BRIDGE NO. 56C0050). 1 Fund I ENG L R/W CON Total; Prior 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total BRIDGE - LOCAL 1,516 2,258 13,447 17,221 761 CITY FUNDS 197 292 1,742 2,231 99 RIV111203Total 1,713 2,550 15,189 19,452 860 755 98 853 15,705 2,034 17,739 17,221 2,231 19,452 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin RIV151102 Riverside SCAB RIV010206 CAR63 End System Conformity Category Amendment L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 3,050 Agency LAKE ELSINORE IN WESTERN RIV CO. FOR CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE - CONSTRUCT/EXTEND CAMINO DEL NORTE FROM MAIN ST TO FRANKLIN ST 2 LNS (1 IN EA DIR), 8' SHOULDERS ON EACH SIDE, CLASS III BIKE LNS, ADD TURNING LNS & CONSTRUCT NEW TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT INTERSECTION OF CAMINO DEL NORTE & FRANKLIN ST. CONSTRUCT/EXTEND CYN ESTATES DR FROM EXISTING FRANKLIN ST TO NEW FRANKLIN ST 2 LNS (1 IN EA DIR . [Fund I ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017': 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 CITY FUNDS 250 500 2,300 3,050 250 500 2,300 RIV151102 Total 250 500 2,300 3,050 250 500 2,300 Total 3,050 3,050 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV011210 Riverside SCAB RIV011210 NCRH4 L EXEMPT - 93.127 0 Description: PTC 4,636 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY/COUNTY - REALIGN RECHE VISTA DR (PERRIS BLVD TO NORTH CITY LIMITS - APPROX 2,450') & INSTALL SIGNAL (PERRIS/HEACOCK/RECHE VISTA DR) Fund ENG CITY FUNDS 800 RIV011210 Total 800 R/W CON 3,836 3,836 Total 4,636 4,636 Prior 4,636 4,636 2016/2017 2017/2018 ter- 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 4,636 4,636 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071240 Riverside SCAB RIV071240 CAX63 L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 3,241 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - EAST BOUND CACTUS AVE WIDENING BETWEEN VETERANS WAY & HEACOCK: WIDENING OF EAST BOUND CACTUS AVE FROM 2 TO 3 LANES, INCLUDING TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATIONS WITHIN THE PROJECT REACH, CHANNELIZATION, AND SIGNAL INTERCONNECT SYSTEM 0 SIGNALS). [Fund ENGL R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017` 2017/2018, 2018/2019 I 2019/2020. 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS 431 823 1,254 1,254 1,254 WESTERN RIV TUMF 320 139 459 459 459 RIV CO SALES TAX 1,528 1,528 1,528 1,528 RIV071240 Total 751 139 2,351 3,241 3,241 3,241 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 9 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD_ County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV080905 Riverside SCAB 3A01 WT049A CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 12,401 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN ALESSANDRO BLVD BETWEEN 1-215 AND FREDERICK ST FROM 4 TO 6 LANES. PROJECT WILL COMPLETE GAP CLOSURE AND REPLACING EXISTING SIDEWALKS & UPGRADE ADA RAMPS. Fund ENG RNV CON CITY FUNDS 384 571 10,905 WESTERN RIV TUMF 541 RIV080905 Total 925 571 10,905 Total Prior 11,860 384 541 541 12,401 925 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 571 571 2019/2020 2020/2021 10,905 10,905 2021/2022 Total' 11,860 541 12,401 _ ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV080907 Riverside SCAB 3A01 WT051 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 62,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY Amendment 0 IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN ALESSANDRO BLVD BETWEEN NASON ST AND GILMAN SPRINGS RD FROM 2 TO 4 LANES; REALIGN ALESSANDRO BLVD WITHIN PROJECT LIMITS BETWEEN THEODORE ST AND GILMAN SPRINGS RD. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN, DRAINAGE, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, BIKE LANES AND TRAILS. (PA&ED ONLY) 'Fund ENG RNV CON Totall Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total DEVELOPER FEES 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 RIV080907 Total 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV080908 Riverside SCAB 3A011NT053 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 41,500 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN GILMAN SPRINGS RD BETWEEN SR-60 AND ALESSANDRO BLVD FROM 2 TO 6 LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN, DRAINAGE, ACCESS ROADS, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 2,500 2,500 DEVELOPER FEES 2,500 2,500 RIV080908 Total 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV080909 Riverside SCAB Description: RTP ID 3A01 WT153 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT PTC 51,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY 0 IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN GILMAN SPRINGS RD BETWEEN ALESSANDRO BLVD AND BRIDGE ST FROM 2 TO 6 LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN DRAINAGE, ACCESS ROADS, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. 'Fund ; ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017I1 2017/2018 2018/2019 DEVELOPER FEES 2,500 2,500 2,500 RIV080909 Total 2,500 2,500 2,500 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 2,500 2,500 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 10 of 101 1„id SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV080910 Riverside SCAB 3A04WT054 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 10,800 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN HEACOCK ST BETWEEN CACTUS AVE AND IRIS AVE FROM 2 TO 4 LANES INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALK, AND SIGNAL. Fund ENG R/W CON Total I Prior 1 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total' CITY FUNDS WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV080910 Total 9,100 9,100 9,100 1,200 500 1,700 1,700 1,200 500 9,100 10,800 1,700 9,100 9,100 1,700 10,800 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV080911 Riverside SCAB Description: RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 3A0801 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT PTC 6,100 Agency MORENO VALLEY 0 IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN HEACOCK ST BETWEEN SAN MICHELE RD AND HARLEY KNOX RD (PERRIS CITY LIMITS), FROM 2 TO 4 LANES; REALIGN HEACOCK ST WITHIN PROJECT LIMITS BETWEEN NANDINA AND OLEANDER; REPLACE BRIDGE OVER PVSD LATERAL B. ENG R/W CON( Total I Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 Fund CITY FUNDS RIV080911 Total 800 300 5,000 6,100 1,100 5,000 800 300 5,000 6,100 1,100 5,000 2021/2022 Total' 6,100 6,100 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV080912 Riverside SCAB 3A04WT056B Description: Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT PTC 3,178 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN BOX SPRINGS RD BETWEEN 500' WEST OF CLARK ST AND DAY ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES. INCLUDES UTILITY RELOCATION, GRADING, DRAINAGE, CURB, GUTTER, RETAINING WALLS, SIGNAGE, AND STRIPING. jFund iENG RAN CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018I 2018/2019 2019/2020I 2020/2021 2021/2022� Total' CITY FUNDS 729 450 1,999 3,178 472 257 450 1,999 3,178 RIV080912 Total 729 450 1,999 3,178 472 257 450 1,999 3,178 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV080915 Riverside SCAB 3A04WT056F CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 13,397 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN IRONWOOD AVE BETWEEN PERRIS BLVD AND VISTA DE CERROS DR. FROM 2 TO 5 LANES (2 LANES IN EACH DIRECTION AND 1 CENTER TURNING LANE) . ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE SIGNAL MODIFICATIONS, LIGHTING DRAINAGE CURB, GUTTER, STRIPING, AND SIDEWALK. Fund ENG R/W CON Total l Prior 2016/20172017/2018f 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS 461 1,127 11,259 12,847 461 1,127 11,259 12,847 WESTERN RIV TUMF 550 550 550 550 RIV080915Total 1,011 1,127 11,259 13,397 550 461 1,127 11,259 13,397 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 11 of 1C1 Fund AGENCY RIV090909 Total SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA -. ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV080917 Riverside SCAB 3A07155 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 PTC 23,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY Description: IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN MORENO BEACH DR BETWEEN CACTUS AVE AND AUTO MALL DR FROM 2 TO 6 LANES. INCLUDES SIGNALS AT COTTONWOOD AVE, ALESSANDRO BLVD, AND CACTUS AVE. Fund ENG;, RANI CON Total Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total CITY FUNDS 559 559 559 559 RIV080917 Total 559 559 559 559 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV080918 Riverside SCAB RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 3A07156 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 18,300 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - WIDEN REDLANDS BLVD BETWEEN SR-60 AND CACTUS AVE FROM 2 TO 4 LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN, DRAINAGE, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, BIKE LANES, AND TRAILS. (Fund l ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 DEVELOPER FEES 2,300 2,300 2,300 RIV080918 Total 2,300 2,300 2,300 Total', 2,300 2,300 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090908 Riverside SCAB 3A0808 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 15,456 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY, WIDEN THEODORE ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM ALESSANDRO BLVD TO EUCALYPTUS AVE, INCLUDING TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION IMPROVEMENTS, LEFT -TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPING SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019I 2019/20201 2020/2021I 2021/20221 Total', 1,656 1,656 800 856 1,656 1,656 1,656 800 856 1,656 Fund ENG DEVELOPER FEES RIV090908 Total ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090909 Riverside SCAB 3A0807 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 4,791 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY, WIDEN THEODORE ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES + 2 AUX LANES FROM EUCALYPTUS AVE TO SR-60 EB RAMPS, INCLUDING MEDIANS, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION IMPROVEMENTS, LEFT -TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Totall, 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090910 Riverside SCAB 3A0806 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 4,791 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY, WIDEN THEODORE ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM SR-60 WB RAMPS TO IRONWOOD AVE, INCLUDING TRAFFIC SIGNALS, CHANNELIZATION IMPROVEMENTS, LEFT - TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPING, SIDEWALKS, AND BIKE LANES. _ 'Fund L ENG R/W i CON Total Prior 2016/2017 , 2017/201AL 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total DEVELOPER FEES 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 RIV090910 Total 513 856 3,422 4,791 513 856 3,422 4,791 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 12 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category _ Amendment RIV090911 Riverside SCAB 3A0805 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 4,555 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY, WIDEN KITCHING ST FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM GENTIAN AVE TO CACTUS AVE , INCLUDING SIDEWALK INSTALLATION WITHIN PROJECT LIMITS. (Fund BONDS - LOCAL RIV090911 Total ENG RNV 1 CON 990 730 2,835 990 730 2,835 Total Prior 2016/2017 4,555 1,720 4,555 1,720 2017/2018 2018/2019 L2019/2020 2,835 2,835 2020/2021 I 2021/2022 Total', 4,555 4,555 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091002 Riverside SCAB 3A10WT02 CANTO L NON-FEDERAL/NON- 0 REGIONAL Description: PTC 7,266 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - EUCALYPTUS AVE. EXTENSION: CONSTRUCTION OF 3 THROUGH LANES (2 LANES WB & 1 LANE EB) BETWEEN REDLANDS BLVD. AND THEODORE STREET, INCLUDING THE INSTALLATION OF MEDIANS, LEFT TURN POCKETS, DEDICATED RIGHT TURN LANES, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, LANDSCAPING SIDEWALKS, AND A CLASS I BIKE PATH. _ Fund ENGI RNVI CON Total, Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018I 2018/2019; 2019/2020I 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total AGENCY 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 DEVELOPER FEES 861 4,405 5,266 5,266 5,266 RIV091002 Total 861 6,405 7,266 7,266 7,266 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV091003 Riverside SCAB Description: 3AL304 RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment CAR63 L NON-FEDERAUNON- 0 REGIONAL PTC 3,550 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - EUCALYPTUS AVE. WIDENING/EXTENSION: CONSTRUCTION OF A 4TH THROUGH LANE IN THE EASTERN DIRECTION FROM REDLANDS BLVD. TO THEODORE ST & EXTENSION OF EUCALYPTUS AVE. TO REDLANDS BLVD, WITH A SIGNALIZED INTERSECTION. Fund ENG I RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total! DEVELOPER FEES 500 50 3,000 3,550 550 3,000 3,550 RIV091003 Total 500 50 3,000 3,550 550 3,000 3,550 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110125 Riverside SCAB REG0703 NCR31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 600 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY ON COTTONWOOD AVE. FROM INDIAN ST. TO KITCHING ST: PAVEMEMENT RESURFACING, ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY MANHOLE AND VALVE COVERS, RESETTING SURVEYING MONUMENTS, RECONSTRUCTION OF ACCESS RAMPS TO MEET ADA REQUIREMENTS, AND INSTALLING PAVEMENT STRIPING AND MARKERS. Fund ENG RNV CON Total i Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total CITY FUNDS 120 480 600 600 600 RIV110125 Total 120 480 600 600 600 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 13 of 101 ./.4 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110127 Riverside SCAB REG0703 NCR31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 850 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY ON GILMAN SPRINGS RD. FROM EUCALYPTUS AVE TO 2,225 FT. S/O VIRGINIA ST.: PAVEMENT RESURFACING, ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY MANHOLE AND VALVE COVERS, RESETTING SURVEYING MONUMENTS, RECONSTRUCTION OF STORM DRAIN CULVERTS, AND INSTALLATION OF PAVEMENT STRIPING AND MARKERS. 'Fund ENG I RNV CON Total, Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', CITY FUNDS 50 800 850 850 850 RIV110127 Total 50 800 850 850 850 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110128 Riverside SCAB REG0703 NCR31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 600 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY ON HEACOCK ST FROM ALESSANDRO BLVD TO COTTONWOOD AVE.: PAVEMENT RESURFACING, ADJUSTMENT OF UTILITY MANHOLE AND VALVE COVERS, RESETTING SURVEYING MONUMENTS, RECONSTRUCTION OF ACCESS RAMPS TO MEET ADA REQUIREMENTS, AND INSTALLING PAVEMENT STRIPING AND MARKERS. j Fund I ENG RNV CON L Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018I 2018/2019 L- 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS 120 480 600 600 600 RIV110128 Total 120 480 600 600 600 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model _ RTP ID _ Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV111201 Riverside SCAB RIV111201 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 16,300 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY — NASON ST WIDENING: NASON ST WIDENING FROM FIR AVE TO ALESSANDRO BLVD . THE PROJECT WILL WIDEN NASON ST FROM 2 TO 4 THROUGH LANES, INCLUDING CURB AND GUTTER, SIDEWALKS, MEDIANS, SIGNAL MODIFICATIONS AND UTILITY WORK. 'Fund ENG RNV CON Totals Prior 2016/2017, 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV111201 Total 2,500 11,800 14,300 14,300 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,500 11,800 16,300 16,300 14,300 2,000 16,300 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130808 Riverside SCAB 3AL304 LUM02 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 2,050 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY- GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Fund CITY FUNDS RIV130808 Total ENG RNV CONTotal 2,050 2,050 2,050 2,050 Prior! 2016/2017' 2017/2018 1,500 1,500 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 550 2,050 550 2,050 Prnt Date: 1/11/20 :6 9:20:23 AM Page: 14 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ., ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV140849 Riverside SCAB Description: 3NL04 NCN27 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category L EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 1,640 Agency MORENO VALLEY Amendment IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY — CITYWIDE SRTS PED FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL 2,840 FT. OF SIDEWALK GAP CLOSURES, CURBS, GUTTERS, STREET LIGHTS, ADA RAMPS, & STREET WIDENING ON DRACAEA AVE, EUCALYPTUS AVE, IRONWOOD AVE, KITCHING ST, SANDY GLADE AVE, AND ELSWORTH ST; NON - INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES BIKE/PED SAFETY CAMPAIGN & BIKE SAFETY CLASSES. TC USED TO MATCH ATP Fund ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM RIV140849 Total ENG 89 R/W 71 CON 1,480 Total 1,640 Prior 160 89 71 1,480 1,640 160 2016/20172017/2018 1,480 1,480 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,640 1,640 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category _ Amendment RIV151103 Riverside SCAB 3160036 CAYT4 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 3,900 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE 64 FT BRIDGE (2 LNS IN EA DIR) ON INDIAN ST OVER PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN FROM SUPERIOR AVE TO SAN MICHELE RD. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE: SIDEWALKS, BIKE LANES, ROADWAY APPROACHES, CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS, UTILITY RELOCATIONS AND RELATED WORK. Fund ENG CITY FUNDS 350 RIV151103 Total 350 R/W CON Total Prior 350 3,200 3,900 350 3,200 3,900 2016/20171 2017/20181 2018/2019 350 350 3,200 350 350 3,200 2019/2020 1 2020/2021 2021/2022 I Total 3,900 3,900 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151202 Riverside SCAB 31TS07 ITSO4 L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 2,400 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ITS, INCLUDING AN ETHERNET FIBER-OPTIC BACKBONE SYSTEM, CCTV CAMERAS AT 26 KEY INTERSECTIONS, AND NEW TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROLLERS AT EXISTING 43 SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS (CMAQ PM 2.5 BENEFITS .21 KG/DAY) Fund ENG 1 R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CMAQ 1,542 1,542 1,542 1,542 AGENCY 490 490 490 490 CITY FUNDS 100 268 368 368 368 RIV151202 Total 100 2,300 2,400 2,400 2,400 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151203 Riverside SCAB 7120006 ITS05 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 451 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - INSTALL THREE DYNAMIC MESSAGE SIGNS ALONG ARTERIAL ROUTES APPROACHING INTERSTATE 15 AND STATE ROUTE 60. PROPOSED LOCATIONS INCLUDE: CACTUS AVENUE, ALESSANDRO BOULEVARD AND EUCALYPTUS AVENUE OR DAY STREET. Fund ENG R/W CON I Total Prior 2016/2017 i 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 CMAQ 341 341 341 CITY FUNDS 65 45 110 110 RIV151203 Total 65 386 451 451 2021/2022 Total 341 110 451 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 15 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category _ Amendment RIV151204 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 PLN40 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 425 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - DEVELOP PLANS FOR MISSING SEGMENTS OF THE AQUEDUCT TRAIL FOR A CONTINOUS TRAIL FROM EUCALYPTUS AVENUE TO LAKE PERRIS STATE RECREATIONAL PARK. (PA&ED ONLY) Fund ENG I R/W CON j Total Prior I 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total'. CMAQ 340 340 340 340 CITY FUNDS 85 85 85 85 RIV151204 Total 425 425 425 425 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV031204 Riverside SCAB Description: RTP ID RIV031204 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment CAN65 PTC L NON-EXEMPT 0 7,575 Agency MURRIETA IN MURRIETA - CONSTRUCT NEW 2 LANE GUAVA ST. BRIDGE (400') OVER MURRIETA CREEK FROM WASHINGTON AVE TO ADAMS AVE W/ SHOULDERS & ALL REQUIRED APPROACHES (BR#: 56C0162) ($27.528 TOLL CREDITS UTILIZED FOR R/W IN FY 2010/2011). !Fund I ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total BRIDGE - LOCAL 511 240 5,928 6,679 751 5,928 6,679 CITY FUNDS 128 768 896 128 768 896 RIV031204 Total 639 240 6,696 7,575 879 6,696 7,575 ProjectlD County_ Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV111130 Riverside SCAB 3120012 CAX66 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 5,000 Agency MURRIETA IN MURRIETA - WHITEWOOD RD EXTENSION: EXT. OF WHITEWOOD RD FROM JACKSON AVE NO. TO THE INTERSECTION OF MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD & WHITEWOOD RD (PA&ED). THE PRECISE LOCATION OF WHITEWOOD RD WILL BE DETERMINED BY AN ALIGNMENT STUDY. THE RD WILL BE IMPROVED TO A 4-LN CROSS-SECTION W/RAISED OR PAINTED MEDIAN (MAJOR ST. DESIGNATION), PROVIDING BETTER TRAFFIC CIRCULATION BTWN TEMECULA & MURRIETA. 'Fund i ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017i 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 CITY FUNDS 2,000 2,000 2,000 RIV CO SALES TAX 1,000 2,000 3,000 3,000 RIV111130 Total 1,000 2,000 2,000 5,000 5,000 Total 2,000 3,000 5,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV111131 Riverside SCAB RIV111131 CAXT5 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 34,000 Agency MURRIETA IN MURRIETA- KELLER RD. EXTENSION: EXTENSION OF KELLER RD. FROM WHITEWOOD RD (EAST) TO SR79 (WINCHESTER RD). THE PROJECT EXTENSION WILL INCLUDE 4 LANES (2 LNS IN EA DIR), A LEFT TURN LANE_ BIKE LANES, AND INSTALLATION OF CURB, GUTTER AND SIDEWALK LFund ENG RAN CON Total Prior 2016/2017,, 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total''. DEVELOPER FEES 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 RIV111131 Total 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 16 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA —1 ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV071243 Riverside SSAB Description: Model RTP ID 3AL104 NCRH1 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category L EXEMPT - 93.127 PTC 706 Agency PALM DESERT Amendment 0 IN THE CITY OF PALM DESERT — FREE RIGHT TURN LANE-WB FRED WARING DR TO NB HWY 111: RECONFIGURATION OF A FREE RIGHT TURN LANE AT THE INTERSECTION FROM WEST BOUND FRED WARING DR TO NORTH BOUND HWY 111 ($61 TOLL CREDITS USED TO MATCH CMAQ IN CONST FY 14/15). . Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20172017/20181 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021I 2021/2022I Total CMAQ 44 111 531 686 686 686 CITY FUNDS 6 14 20 20 20 RIV071243 Total 50 125 531 706 706 706 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071255 Riverside SSAB 3NL04 NCN26 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 5,800 Agency PALM DESERT IN THE CITY OF PALM DESERT — MID VALLEY BIKE PATH: CONSTRUCT A 6.5 MILE CLASS 1 BIKE PATH ALONG THE NORTHERN CITY LIMITS BETWEEN S/O WASHINGTON ST. AND N/O MONTEREY AVE. Fund ENG R/W CMAQ CITY FUNDS RIV071255 Total CON 2,200 400 200 3,000 400 200 5,200 Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2,200 3,600 600 5,800 600 2,200 3,000 5,200 2018/2019 2019/2020i 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 2,200 3,600 5,800 ProjectlD County RIV031205 Riverside Description: Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End SSAB RIV031205 CAX63 PTC 4,750 System Conformity Category L NON-EXEMPT Agency PALM SPRINGS IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS - WIDEN RAMON RD FROM 4 TO 6 LNS (3 IN EA DIR), FROM EL CIELO RD TO SUNRISE WY., TURN LANE), AT FARRELL DR (ADD SB LEFT TURN LANE) & AT SUNRISE WY (ADD SB LEFT, NB LEFT. AND WB LEFT). Fund ENG r R/W CON Total I Prior 2016/2017 j 2017/2018 CITY FUNDS 750 750 750 RIV031205 Total 750 750 750 Amendment 0 WITH INTERSECTION WIDENING AT EL CIELO RD (ADD WB RT 2018/2019i 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 750 750 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End RIV031206 Riverside SSAB RIV031206 NCR36 System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 4,875 Agency PALM SPRINGS ON S. PALM CANYON DR OVER ARENAS CANYON SOUTH DRAINAGE CHANNEL: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LANE LOW-WATER CROSSING WITH A NEW 4-LANE BRIDGE, INCLUDING DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS CONSISTING OF LEVEE CHANNELIZATION (HBRR #: 00L0027). Fund ENG I R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017': 2017/2018 BRIDGE - LOCAL 641 576 3,099 4,316 1,217 3,099 CITY FUNDS 83 74 402 559 157 402 RIV031206 Total 724 650 3,501 4,875 1,374 3,501 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 4,316 559 4,875 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 17 of 101 RIV071258 Riverside SSAB SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category L EXEMPT - 93.126 31TS07 ITSO4 Amendment Description: PTC 1,869 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS - TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTER: ADVANCE THE INTERCONNECTED SIGNAL TIMING TO BE UNIFIED CITYWIDE, COORDINATE THE COMM. EQUIP., BRINGING THEM ALL ONTO THE SAME COMM. PLATFORM FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF COMPLETE DATA & DISSEMINATION OF INFO. TO THE PUBLIC. ($189 OF TC USED TO MATCH CON IN FY14/15 Fund CMAQ CITY FUNDS RIV071258 Total ) ENG 199 26 225 RAN CON I Total 1,644 1,644 1,843 26 1,869 Prior 1,843 26 1,869 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 1 2021/2022 Total l 1,843 26 1,869 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV090402 Riverside SSAB Description: RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 3AL104 LUM01 L EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 1,193 Agency PALM SPRINGS 0 IN PALM SPGS-PROVIDE ST & SD IMPVTS FOR THE AGUA CALIENTE CULTURAL MUSEUM. IMPVTS INCLUDE: WIDEN HERMOSA DR BTWN TAHQUITZ CNYN WY & ARENAS RD (NON - CAPACITY); CONSTRUCT OFF -SITE PARKING SPACES ALONG E/S OF HERMOSA DR, BTWN TAHQUITZ CNYN WY & ARENAS RD; WIDEN HERMOSA DR TO OP WIDTH BTWN ARENAS & BARISTO RDS (600 FT); & CONSTRUCT SD SYSTEM (LINE 9) EXTEND HERMOSA DR FRM BARISTO CHANNEL TO ARENAS RD. Fund ENG R/W1 CONi Total Priori 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 43 407 450 450 PUBLIC LAND H1NYS 94 537 631 631 CITY FUNDS 10 102 112 112 RIV090402 Total 147 1,046 1,193 1,193 2021 /2022 i Total 450 631 112 1,193 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090405 Riverside SSAB 3AL104 NCR36 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 95,000 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS: REPLACE EXISTING 4-LANE LOW WATER CROSSING ON VISTA CHINO AT WHITEWATER RIVER WITH A NEW 4-LANE BRIDGE - BRIDGE NO. 00L0052. Fund ENG BRIDGE - LOCAL 10,535 CITY FUNDS 1,365 RIV090405 Total 11,900 R/W CON Total Prior 2,213 71,355 84,103 1,496 287 9,245 10,897 194 2,500 80,600 95,000 1,690 2016/20171 2017/2018 11,252 1,458 12,710 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 71,355 9,245 80,600 2021/2022I Total, 84,103 10,897 95,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091205 Riverside SSAB REG0703 NCRH1 L EXEMPT - 93.127 0 Description: PTC 482 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN COACHELLA VALLEY IN CITY OF PALM SPRINGS - FARRELL DR RIGHT TURN LANE AT VISTA CHINO: CONSTRUCTION OF A SEPARATE RIGHT TURN LANE FOR NB TRAFFIC AT THE INTERSECTION OF FARRELL DR AND VISTA CHINO, INCLUDING RELOCATION AND UPGRADE OF THE TRAFFIC SIGNAL. Fund ENG R/W I CONL Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 CMAQ 40 369 409 409 CITY FUNDS 25 48 73 73 RIV091205 Total 65 417 482 482 Total 1 409 73 482 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 18 of 101 J SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110124 Riverside SSAB 3A07100 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 35,401 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS - RAMON RD. WIDENING BETWEEN SAN LUIS REY DR & LANDAU BLVD.: WIDENING OF RAMON RD. FROM A 4-LN ARTERIAL TO A 6-LN ARTERIAL (3-LNS IN EA DIR) BETWEEN SAN LUIS REY DR & LANDAU BLVD., INCLUDING THE WIDENING/REPLACEMENT OF THE WHITEWATER RIVER BRIDGE (BRIDGE NO. 56CO287), INCLUDING SEISMIC RETROFIT AND SCOUR COUNTERMEASURES AS NECESSARY. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 BRIDGE - LOCAL 2,453 1,030 21,753 25,236 3,483 21,753 CITY FUNDS 318 1,736 8,111 10,165 2,054 8,111 RIV110124 Total 2,771 2,766 29,864 35,401 5,537 29,864 Total 25,236 10,165 35,401 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV120206 Riverside SSAB 3AL104 CAX76 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 4,900 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN PALM SPRINGS - WIDENING OF WEST SAN RAFAEL RD: WIDENING OF WEST SAN RAFAEL RD FROM TWO TO FOUR LANES (2 LANES IN EACH DIRECTION) WITH A CONTINUOUS LEFT TURN LANE FROM N. INDIAN CANYON DR. TO N. VIRGINIA RD. Fund ENG R/W CON Total l Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 CITY FUNDS 900 3,000 1,000 4,900 900 3,000 RIV120206 Total 900 3,000 1,000 4,900 900 3,000 2018/2019 2019/2020 I 2020/2021 1,000 1,000 2021/2022 Total' 4,900 4,900 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140818 Riverside SSAB 3NL04 NCN26 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 475 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO FOR THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS -CONSTRUCT 9.8 MI. CLASS 11 & CLASS III BIKE LNS ALONG THE FOLLOWING ST'S: ALONG CROSSLY RD FROM 34TH AVE TO RAMON RD; S.PALM CANYON DR FROM MURRAY CANYON DR TO BELARDO RD; SAN RAFAEL DR FROM INDIAN CANYON DR TO SUNRISE WY; INDIAN CANYON DR FROM RACQUET CLUB DR TO SUNRISE PKWY; & VIA ESCUELA FROM SUNRISE WY TO GENE AUTRY TR (PM2.5 BEN..43KG/DAY) Fund ENG R/W CONTotal' Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CMAQ 402 402 402 402 CITY FUNDS 21 52 73 21 52 73 RIV140818 Total 21 454 475 21 454 475 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV990727 Riverside SSAB Description: RIV990727 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT PTC 19,860 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN PALM SPRINGS: WIDEN INDIAN CANYON DR FROM 2 TO 6 LANES (3 IN EACH DIRECTION), FROM UPRR OVERCROSSING TO GARNET AVE (HBRR#:56C0025). Fund ENG BRIDGE - LOCAL 380 STP LOCAL 31 RIV CO SALES TAX 96 RIV990727 Total 507 R/W CON Total 1,286 15,718 17,384 146 177 167 2,036 2,299 1,453 17,900 19,860 Priori 2016/2017 ! 2017/2018 1,666 31 263 1,960 2018/2019 0 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 15,718 146 2,036 17,900 Total' 17,384 177 2,299 19,860 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 19 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140850 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN25 L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 1,100 Agency PERRIS IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF PERRIS - MURRIETA RD PED IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL 1.0 MILE OF SIDEWALK GAPS, CURB & GUTTER ON W-SIDE OF MURRIETA RD W/ CLASS II BIKE LANES IN BOTH DIRECTIONS B/W SAN JACINTO AVE & 1000' NORTH OF NUEVO RD; 10' WIDE BRIDGE OVER METZ FLOOD CONTROL CHANNEL; TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT MURRIETA & NUEVO RDS; NEW SIDEWALK ON DALE ST B/W WILSON & MURRIETA RD. TC TO MATCH ATP Fund ENG ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM W140850 Total R/W CON Total] Prior l 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 1,100 1,100 1,100 1,100 1,100 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Totall 1,100 1,100 1,100 ProjectlD County Air Basin Mode_ I _ RTP ID _ Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140851 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 3,828 Agency PERRIS IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF PERRIS - PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN CHANNEL TRAIL: NEW 15-FT WIDE 4.32 MILES OF CONCRETE MULTI -USE TRAIL PARALLEL TO PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN FROM NORTHERN CITY LIMITS TO SAN JACINTO RIVER TRAIL AT KABIAN REGIONAL PARK IN S.WEST CITY LIMITS, INCLUDES LANDSCAPING IRRIGATION, SIGNAGE, CHAIN LINK FENCE AND SPLIT RAIL PVC FENCE. TC USED TO MATCH ATP Fund ENGI R/WI CON Total CITY FUNDS 146 2,480 2,626 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION 1,202 1,202 PROGRAM RIV140851 Total 146 3,682 3,828 Prior 2,626 1,202 2016/2017 2017/2018I 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 ! 2021/2022 Total' 2,626 1,202 3,828 3,828 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091010 Riverside SSAB 3A07128 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 5,345 Agency RANCHO MIRAGE IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY - MONTEREY AVE WIDENING FROM 4 TO 6 THROUGH LANES (ADDING A 3RD NB & SB THROUGH LANE) FROM HOVLEY LANE WEST TO PARK VIEW DR IN THE CITIES OF RANCHO MIRAGE AND PALM DESERT, INCLUDING TS MODIFICATION, AND SIGNING AND STRIPING IMPROVEMENTS. (Fund ENG R/W CON TotalPrior I 2016/2017! 2017/2018 2018/2019] 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 CITY FUNDS 235 250 2,250 2,735 235 250 2,250 EASTERN RIV TUMF 110 250 2,250 2,610 110 250 2,250 RIV091010 Total 345 500 4,500 5,345 345 500 4,500 Total 2,735 2,610 5,345 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110130 Riverside SSAB 3A07067 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 1,850 Agency RANCHO MIRAGE IN COACHELLA VALLEY IN RANCHO MIRAGE - WIDENING OF SOUTH BOUND MONTEREY AVE. FROM 2 TO 3 LANES FROM DINAH SHORE DR TO GERALD FORD DR. (APPROX. 3,480 L.F.). OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE INSTALLATION OF CURB AND GUTTER, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS (RETENTION BASINS), SIGNING AND STRIPING, AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODIFICATION AT GINGER ROGERS RD. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 STP LOCAL 850 850 850 CITY FUNDS 300 5C 650 1,000 1,000 RIV110130 Total 300 53 1,500 1,850 1,850 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021, 2021/20221 Total 850 1,000 1,850 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 20 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140814 Riverside SSAB REG0703 NCR30 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 251 Agency RANCHO MIRAGE IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO FOR THE CITY OF RANCHO MIRAGE -INSTALLATION OF 11,080 L.F. OF FOUR FT. HIGH SAND FENCING ALONG BOB HOPE DR, W/S, FROM THE SOUTH END OF AGUA CALIENTE CASINO OVERFLOW PARKING LOT TO DINAH SHORE DR (0.80 MILES) & DINAH SHORE DR, N/S, FROM BOB HOPE DR 1,320 FT. TO THE WEST (0.25 MILES) (PM 2.5 BENEFITS 2.25 KG/DAY). Fund ENG CMAQ 101 CITY FUNDS 13 RIV140814 Total 114 R/W 46 6 52 CON 75 10 85 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV140815 Riverside SSAB REG0703 NCRH1 Description: Total' Prior 222 101 29 13 251 114 2016/2017 2017/2018 46 75 6 10 52 85 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 222 29 251 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 966 Agency RANCHO MIRAGE 0 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO FOR CITY OF RANCHO MIRAGE -CONSTRUCT FREE RT ,PORKCHOP ISLAND &CURB &GUTTER;RELOCATE SIGNAL POLE;REPLACE SIGNAL LOOP;REMOVE &RELOCATE CONCRETE PAVEMENT,SPANDREL,CROSS GUTTER,HANDICAP RAMP &BUS TURNOUT;& INSTALL 15,418 L.F.OF 4FT. SAND FENCING ALONG RAMON RD FROM LOS ALAMOS RD TO BOB HOPE DR & ALONG DINAH SHORE DR N/S FROM BOB HOPE DR TO MIRIAM WY (PM 2.5 BEN 3.341 KG/DAY) Fund ENG RNV CON Total j Prior CMAQ 204 31 621 856 CITY FUNDS 26 4 80 110 RIV140815 Total 230 35 701 966 2016/2017 2017/2018 1 2018/2019 I 2019/2020 204 31 621 26 4 80 230 35 701 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 856 110 966 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV011236 Riverside SCAB RIV011236 CAX67 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 68,097 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN RIV COUNTY & MURRIETA - EXTEND/CONSTRUCT CLINTON KEITH ROAD (6 LANES ULTIMATE WIDENING FOR APPROX 4.3 MILES) INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION OF 2 BRIDGES FROM WHITEWOOD RD/MEADOWLARK LN TO WINCHESTER ROAD (SR79) - PROJECT TO BE COMPLETED IN PHASES. Fund ENG RNV CON 1 Total i Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' COUNTY 3,185 3,266 17,746 24,197 21,012 3,185 24,197 RIV CO SALES TAX 16,500 16,500 16,500 16,500 RIV011236 Total 3,185 3,266 34,246 40,697 37,512 3,185 40,697 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV031202 Riverside SCAB RIV031202 CAX67 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 55,080 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY 1-10 BYPASS SOUTH (FORMERLY RAMSEY ST. EXT.): CONSTRUCT TWO LANES OF AN ULTIMATE 4-LANE ROADWAY TO PROVIDE A BY-PASS/NETWORK FACILITY FOR THE 1-10, APPROX. 1/2 MILE S/O 1-10 BETWEEN THE EASTERN END OF THE CITY OF BANNING AND APACHE TRAIL IN CABAZON. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE THE CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGE CROSSINGS AT SMITH CREEK AND SAN GORGONIO RIVER. [Fund SURFACE TRANS PROG COUNTY WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV CO SALES TAX RIV031202 Total ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 j 2017/2018 2018/2019 1,739 1,739 1,739 2,093 8,650 40,700 51,443 1,963 8,780 40,700 1,748 1,748 1,748 150 150 150 5,730 8,650 40,700 55,080 5,600 8,780 40,700 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,739 51,443 1,748 150 55,080 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:23 AM Page: 21 of 101 7 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County RIV060123 Riverside Description: Air Basin Model _ RTP IDProgram Route Begin SCAB RIV060123 NCN31 PTC IN NORTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY ON CLAY ST FROM APPROX 100"SW OF GENERAL DR TO APPROX AT GRADE R/R X-ING WITH A 4-LN (2 LNS IN EACH DIRECTION - NON -CAPACITY) UNDERCROSSING (UPR Fund ENG R/W CON Total! Prior 2016/201 CMAQ 6,000 6,829 12,829 PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND 2,500 2,500 REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE COUNTY 625 434 1,059 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 220 951 1,171 TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM 13,247 13,247 RIV060123 Total 3,345 7,385 20,076 30,806 12,829 2,500 1,059 1,171 13,247 30,806 End S 30,806 A 500" N/O LINARES R). 7 2017/2018 ystem L gency Conformity Category EXEMPT - 93.126 RIVERSIDE COUNTY AVE: REPLACE EXISTING 4-LANE (2 LNS 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 Amendment 0 IN EACH DIRECTION) 2021/2022 Total 12,829 2,500 1,059 1,171 13,247 30,806 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System RIV060124 NCN31 L PTC 34,764 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY RIV060124 Riverside SCAB Description: Amendment 0 IN BANNING ON SUNSET AVE AT I-10 FROM S/O RAMSEY ST TO S/O LINCOLN ST: LOWER SUNSET AVE TO CONSTRUCT NEW 4-LANE UC AT UPRR CROSSING (NON -CAPACITY) AND RECONSTRUCT THE 1-10 IC RAMPS TO MEET THE NEW STREET GRADE (SAFETEA-LU CA438, #1261) (EA:33471) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022, Total' CMAQ DEMO-SAFETEA-LU PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS 700 736 WESTERN RIV TUMF 2,500 406 TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM RIV060124 Total 3,200 1,142 10,000 1,440 7,500 10,000 10,000 1,440 1,440 7,500 7,500 1,482 1,482 1,482 1,436 1,436 2,906 2,906 10,000 10,000 10,000 30,422 34,764 34,764 Conformity Category EXEMPT - 93.126 10,000 1,440 7,500 1,482 1,436 2,906 10,000 34,764 ProjectlD County End System Conformity Category RIV070702 Riverside SCAB 3AL304 CAN67 L EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 800 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY NEAR SR60 AND BEAUMONT W/O JCT SR60/1-10: CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE (2 LNS EACH DIR) POTRERO BLVD FROM SR 60 SOUTH & EAST TO SR79 (PA&ED/PRE-DESIGN) Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin Amendment 0 Fund COUNTY RIV070702 Total ENG R/W CON Total Prior 800 800 800 800 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 f 2018/2019 800 800 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 800 800 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 22 of 101 I SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program_ Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV071278 Riverside SCAB 3G01 G04 NCN31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 51.632 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN NORTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY ON MAGNOLIA AVE: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LANE (2 LNS IN EA. DIR) R/R X-ING WITH A 4-LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR - NON -CAPACITY) O.C. GRADE SEPARATION ON MAGNOLIA AVE BTWN BUCHANAN AVE. (ON THE EAST) AND LINCOLN STREET (ON THE WEST). Fund ENG 1 R/W I CON Total I Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 1 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CMAO 16,400 16,400 16,400 16,400 STP LOCAL 4,350 4,350 4,350 4,350 COUNTY 2,847 191 3,038 3,038 3,038 PRIVATE FUNDS 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF 1,416 1,732 3,148 3,148 3,148 STATE PUC 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM 17,696 17,696 17,696 17,696 RIV071278 Total 4,263 1,923 45,446 51,632 51,632 51,632 Amendment 0 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071285 Riverside SSAB RIV071285 NCN31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 27,740 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE SOUTHEAST COACHELLA VALLEY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY, JUST SOUTH OF THE CITY OF COACHELLA ON AVE. 56 (AIRPORT BLVD) - FROM POLK ST TO THE WEST TO ORANGE ST. TO THE EAST OF THE R/R X-ING: REPLACE EXISTING 2 LN (1 LN IN EA DIR) AT GRADE R/R X-ING WITH A 2 LN OC (1 LN IN EA DIR - NON -CAPACITY) ACROSS THE UPRR TRACKS. Fund AGENCY TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM RIV071285 Total ENG R/W CON 2,563 3,289 9,110 12,778 2,563 3,289 21,888 Total Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018 14,962 14,962 12,778 12,778 27,740 27,740 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 14,962 12,778 27,740 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071288 Riverside SSAB 3G0705 NCN31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 39,080 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR THE COMMUNITY OF MECCA.- CONSTRUCT A NEW TWO-LN (1-LN IN EA DIR) GRADE SEPARATION BYPASS 1,900 FT S/O AVE 66 BEGINNING 1,100 FT E/O SR-86 & CONNECTING BACK TO AVE 66 AT HOME AVE. NEW BYPASS WILL BE APPROX. 1.7 MILES WITH ELEVATED STRUCTURE OVER THE UPRR, HAMMOND RD., AND SH-111. Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior FFY 2009 Appropriations Earmarks STP LOCAL AGENCY EASTERN RIV TUMF TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM RIV071288 Total 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 950 950 950 15,350 15,350 15,350 2,030 1,125 10,691 13,846 13,846 1,350 1,875 3,225 3,225 5,709 5,709 5,709 3,380 3,000 32,700 39,080 39,080 950 15,350 13,846 3,225 5,709 39,080 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 23 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION ofGOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090903 Riverside SCAB 3A04WT137A CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 173,185 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY ON CAJALCO RD - CAJALCO RD. WIDENING FROM 2 TO 4 THRU LNS (2 IN EA DIR) FROM TEMESCAL CANYON RD. TO HARVILL AVE AND FROM 4 TO 6 LANES FROM HARVILL AVE TO I-215, INCLUDING TURN POCKETS AND A BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTION OVER A WATER CROSSING (RTP IDS: 3A04WT137 AND 3A04WT138) (PA&ED ONLY) ($803 IN FY 09/10 AND $344.01 IN FY 17/18 OF TC USED FOR STPL MATCH IN PA&ED). Fund STP LOCAL RIV090903 Total ENG 10,000 10,000 RNV CON Total 10,000 10,000 Prior 7,000 7,000 2016/20171 2017/2018 3,000 3,000 2018/2019 2019/2020 I 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total'i 10,000 10,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV111003 Riverside SCAB 3A04WT165 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 40,900 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY - MARKET STREET BRIDGE REPLACEMENT: REPLACE THE EXISTING TWO LANE (ONE LANE IN EACH DIRECTION) MARKET STREET BRIDGE OVER THE SANTA ANA RIVER, 0.4 MILES NORTHWEST OF SR60 WITH A FOUR LANE (TWO LANES IN EACH DIRECTION) BRIDGE. BRIDGE NO. 56C0024 'Fund ENG RNV CON Total { Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total BRIDGE - LOCAL 3,634 354 32,220 36,208 3,634 354 32,220 36,208 CITY FUNDS 471 46 4,175 4,692 471 46 4,175 4,692 RIV111003 Total 4,105 400 36,395 40,900 4,105 400 36,395 40,900 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV121203 Riverside SSAB 3A04CV027 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 15,755 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY - ON AVE 56/AIRPORT DR, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER .21 MILES E/O HWY 111 (BRIDGE N0.5600020). Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total BRIDGE - LOCAL 1,822 531 11,595 13,948 1,822 531 11,595 13,948 AGENCY 236 69 1,502 1,807 236 69 1,502 1,807 RIV121203 Total 2,058 600 13,097 15,755 2,058 600 13,097 15,755 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV121204 Riverside SCAB 3A01 WT159 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 56,339 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF NORCO - ON HAMNER AVE OVER SANTA ANA RIVER .5 MILES N/O OF SIXTH STREET, REPLACE 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 6 LANE BRIDGE (BRIDGE NO.56C0446). Fund ENG RNV BRIDGE - LOCAL 5,771 1,151 AGENCY 747 149 RIV121204 Total 6,518 1,300 CON Total) Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018 6,922 459 5,312 896 59 688 7,818 518 6,000 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 1,151 149 1,300 2021/2022 Total 6,922 896 7,818 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 24 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProiectlD County ,Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140401 Riverside SCAB 3A04WT179 CAX60 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 7,040 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY NEAR THE CITY OF MENIFEE - ON NUEVO ROAD, REHABILITATE AND WIDEN EXISTING 2 LANE BRIDGE TO A 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER 1.2 MILES W/O LAKEVIEW AVENUE. (BRIDGE NO. 56C0004). Fund ENG 1 R/W I CON Total Prior l 2016/2017 2017/20181 2018/2019 I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total BRIDGE - LOCAL 924 133 5,175 6,232 924 133 5,175 6,232 AGENCY 120 17 671 808 120 17 671 808 RIV140401 Total 1,044 150 5,846 7,040 1,044 150 5,846 7,040 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140838 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN27 L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 2,290 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE IN MEAD VALLEY-CLARK ST S/W & INTERSECTION SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: ON EASTSIDE OF CLARK ST BNV RIDER ST AND CAJALCO RD, CONSTRUCT APPROX. 2,000 L.F. OF CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CURB & GUTTER, PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS, NEW CURB RAMPS MEETING LATEST ADA REQS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIGNS, MARKINGS, & OTHER INCIDENTAL ITEMS TO IMPROVE PEDESTRIAN SAFETY. Fund ENG 1 R/W 1 CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/20181 2018/2019I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total AGENCY 1,569 1,569 1,569 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION 544 177 721 721 721 PROGRAM -MPO RIV140838 Total 544 177 1,569 2,290 721 1,569 2,290 1,569 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140839 Riverside SSAB Description: 3NL04 NCN27 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 356 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE NEAR DHS-AVENIDA RAMBLA SNV SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: ON AVENIDA RAMBLA B/W BUBBLING WELLS ELEM SCHOOL AND CAMINO AVENTURA AND NORTHSIDE OF CAMINO CAMPESINO B/W AVENIDA RAMBLA AND BUBBLING WELLS RD, CONSTRUCT APPROX. 3,200 L.F. OF SIDEWALK, CURB & GUTTER IMPROVEMENTS, CURB RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIGNS, MARKINGS, & OTHER INCIDENTAL ITEMS. Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION 85 PROGRAM - MPO RIV140839 Total 85 271 356 356 356 271 356 356 356 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category _ Amendment RIV140846 Riverside SCAB 7120004 NCN25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 878 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE IN NUEVO-LAKEVIEW AVE SAN SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: ON LAKEVIEW AVE B/W 10TH ST AND 100-FT NORTH OF 11TH ST, INSTALL 2,600 L.F. OF CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CURB AND GUTTER, PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS, ADA COMPLIANT CURB RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIGNS AND MARKINGS. Fund I ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' AGENCY 167 711 878 167 711 878 RIV140846 Total 167 711 878 167 711 878 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 25 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV140847 Riverside SSAB 3NL04 NCN25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 945 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE IN MECCA - MECCA SIDEWALK & ROADWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL 4,300 L.F. OF CONCRETE SIDEWALK, CURB AND GUTTER, PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS, CURB RAMPS DRIVEWAY APPROACHES, SIGNS AND MARKERS ALONG SIXTH ST., DALE KILER RD., & BROWN ST Fund ENG L R/W CON Total Prior! 2016/2017', 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 i Total COUNTY 15 79 94 15 79 94 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION 140 711 851 140 711 851 PROGRAM -MPO R1V140847 Total 155 790 945 155 790 945 Amendment ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140853 Riverside SCAB 7120004 LUM03 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,350 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN RIV CO FOR CO'S DPH-PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WTH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&TABLE 3 CAT -SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES WHICH DO NOT INVOLVE OR LEAD TO CON,SUCH AS: PLAN &TECH STUDIES,GRANTS FOR TRAINING&RESEARCH PROGRAMS,PLAN ACTIVITES CONDUCTED PUR TO TITLES 23 & 49 USC,FED-AID SYSTEMS REV,ENG TO ASSESS SOCIAL,ECONOMIC,&ENVIRONMENTAL AFFECTS OF THE PROPOSED ACTION OR ALTERNATIVE TO THAT ACTION Total) Prior 2018/2019I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022j Total 1,350 1,350 Fund ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM RIV140853 Total ENG R/W CON 1,350 1,350 1,350 1,350 1,350 2016/2017I 2017/2018 1,350 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140857 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN27 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 689 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY — SRTS TROTH ST: ON EAST AND WEST SIDES OF TROTH ST B/W 58TH ST & JURUPA RD, INSTALL 3,650 FT. OF SIDEWALK EXTENSION, CURB & GUTTER, ADA-COMPLIANT RAMPING, CROSSWALK AT TROTH ST & 56TH ST W/ SOLAR LED FLASHERS AND PED PUSH BUTTONS, AND MODIFIED ON - STREET PARKING TO CREATE SCHOOL PICK-UP/DROP-OFF ZONE. Fund ENG1 R/W AGENCY 12 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION 125 PROGRAM RIV140857 Total 137 CON Total Prior 50 62 62 502 627 627 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022i Total 62 627 552 689 689 689 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140858 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 LUM03 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 732 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF JURUPA VALLEY — PYRITE ST SRTS: INSTALL 2,625-FT OF SIDEWALK ON PYRITE ST B/W GALENA ST & MISSION BLVD WITH A ROAD DIET, WITH ADA RAMPING, ENHANCED CROSSWALK AT PYRITE ST & CASSIDY CIRCLE W/ SOLAR LED FLASHERS AND PED PUSH BUTTONS, MODIFIED ON -STREET PARKING FOR PICK- UP/DROP-OFF ZONES. Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior I _ 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 1 2021/2022 : Total AGENCY 13 54 67 67 67 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION 133 532 665 665 665 PROGRAM RIV140858 Total 146 586 732 732 732 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 26 of 101 ,y SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End RIV150901 Riverside SCAB 3A04WT197 Description: CAX76 PTC 24,600 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY SOUTHEAST OF CORONA - (GAP CLOSURE) WIDEN TEMESCAL CYN ROAD FROM TWO CURB&GUTTER AND CURB RAMPS IN THREE DIFFERENT SEGMENTS; SEGMENT 1:EL CERRITO RD TO TOM BARNES ST.( SEGMENT 3: DAWSON CYN RD TO NORTH .7 MILES (.7 MI) Fund I ENG R/W CON Totall Prior AGENCY 2,800 2,800 1,400 RIV150901 Total 2,800 2,800 1,400 2016/2017! 2017/2018 System Conformity_ Category Amendment L NON-EXEMPT 0 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TO FOUR LANES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO .7 MI); SEGMENT 2: DOS LAGOS DR TO PULSAR CT (.7 MI); AND 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,400 2,800 1,400 2,800 ProjectlD RIV151210 County Riverside Air Basin SCAB Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End 3NL04 NCN25 System Conformity Category Amendment L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 6,405 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE - CONSTRUCTION OF A 7.2 MILE MULTI -MODAL URBAN TRAIL ALONG THE SALT CREEK FLOOD CONTROL CHANNEL BETWEEN THE COMMUNITIES OF HEMET, MENIFEE AND CANYON LAKE. THE MULTI -MODAL TRAIL WILL INCLUDE A 16 FT WIDE CLASS I BIKEWAY AND 12 FT WIDE DECOMPOSED GRANITE PEDESTRIAL TRAIL LFund CMAQ AGENCY RIV151210 Total ENG RNV CON 5,090 347 76 892 347 76 5,982 Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 5,090 5,090 1,315 423 892 6,405 423 5,982 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 ProjectlD RIV031218 Description: County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System SCAB RIV031218 CAX66 L PTC 1,691,500 Agency Conformity Category Total • 5,090 1,315 6,405 Amendment NON-EXEMPT 0 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIV CO - NEW MID CO PKWY: CONS 6 THRU LN (3 LNS IN EA DIR) APPROX 16 MI. BTWN 1-215 IN PERRIS EAST TO SR79 IN SAN OF AUX LN REDLANDS-EVANS & EB AUXILIARY LN EVANS-ANTELOPE. 1-215 IMP: ADD 1 MF LN IN EA DIR NUEVO RD -VAN BUREN BLVD, & 1 CAJALCO/RAMONA EXP & FROM MID CO PKWY-NUEVO. JACINTO, INC. CONS/RECONS OF 13 ICs, ADD AUX LN IN EA DIR MID CO PKWY- Fund DEMO - TEA 21 AGENCY BONDS - LOCAL WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV CO SALES TAX RIV031218 Total ENG 500 24,000 91,000 115,500 WWI CON 132,000 14,500 33,500 180,000 380,000 800,000 76,800 139,200 1,396,000 Total 500 380,000 932,000 115,300 263,700 1,691,500 Prior 500 132,000 38,500 124,500 295,500 2016/2017 2017/2018 80,000 250,000 16,800 34,200 381,000 100,000 200,000 20,000 35,000 355,000 2018/2019 100,000 200,000 20,000 35,000 355,000 2019/2020 100,000 150,000 20,000 35,000 305,000 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 500 380,000 932,000 115,300 263,700 1,691,500 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System RIV041047 Riverside SCAB RIV041047 LUM04 L Description: PTC 2,543 Agency Conformity Category Amendment EXEMPT - 93.126 0 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) THROUGHOUT RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES (EXCEPT REHABILITATION AND OPERATION OF HISTORIC TRANSPORTATION BUILDINGS, STRUCTURES, OR FACILITIES). $292 IN TOLL CREDITS WILL BE UTILIZED TO MATCH STPL CONS Fund 1 ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 STP LOCAL 2,543 2,543 1,600 943 RIV041047 Total 2,543 2,543 1,600 943 Total 2,543 2,543 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 27 of 1G1 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Mo RIV130401 Riverside SCAB Description: THROUGHOUT WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - Fund 1 ENG STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS RIV130401 Total del RTP ID Program Route Begin End 3AL304 LUM02 PTC - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. RNVL CON I Total I Prior 10,647 10,647 3,978 3,978 14,625 14,625 10,647 3,978 14,625 System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 14,625 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 10,647 3,978 14,625 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End RIV130402 Riverside SSAB 3AL104 LUM02 System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 5,110 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) THROUGHOUT EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS RIV130402 Total 3,245 1,865 5,110 3,245 1,865 5,110 3,245 1,865 5,110 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020i 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 3,245 1,865 5,110 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV151132 Riverside SCAB Description: RTP ID 3NL04 NCN25 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 3,345 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM (SRTS) PROJECTS CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEOGRIES - RAILROAD/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FEDERAL -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDER IMP, TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES , INTERSECTION SIGNALIZATION & INDIVIDUAL INTERSECTIONS, PAVEMT MARKING DEMO. Fund ENG 1 AGENCY CITY FUNDS RIV151132 Total R/W CON 1,812 1,533 3,345 Total 1,812 1,533 3,345 Prior 2016/2017 1 1,812 1,533 3,345 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 1 2020/2021J 2021/2022 I Total 1,812 1,533 3,345 ProjectlD RIV071271 Description: County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID SCAB Program Route Begin End 3G01 G06 NCN31 System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 36,000 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF 0 IN RIVERSIDE ON STREETER AVENUE: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LANE (2 LNS IN EA DIR) R/R X-ING WITH A 4 LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR - NON -CAPACITY) U.C. GRADE SEPARATION ON STREETER AVE BETWEEN LANTANA ST AND BEATTY DR., AND INSTALL APPROX. 1,000 FT OF PCC S/W ON EACH SIDE OF STREETER AVENUE WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS. I Fund ENG R/W 1 CON Total Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 I 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total STP LOCAL 5,312 5,312 5,312 CITY FUNDS 1,000 2,188 4,400 7,588 7,588 PRIVATE FUNDS 1,100 1,100 1,100 TDA ARTICLE #4 1,500 1,500 1,500 STATE PUC 5,000 5,000 5,000 TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM 15,500 15,500 15,500 RIV071271 Total 2,500 7,500 26,000 36,000 36,000 5,312 7,588 1,100 1,500 5,000 15,500 36,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 28 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County RIV071272 Riverside SCAB 30M0701 Description: Air Basin Model RTP ID Program_ Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment NCN31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 32,154 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE ON RIVERSIDE AVE: REPLACE EXISTING 4-LANE (2 LNS IN EA DIR) R/R/ X-ING WITH A 4 LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR - NON -CAPACITY) U.C. G. S. ALONG RIVERSIDE AVE BTWN MERRILL AVE AND 400FT N/O ELIZABETH ST. ADD IMP INCLUDE INSTALLATION OF APPROX 1,100 FT OF PCC S/W ON EACH SIDE OF RIVERSIDE AVE WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS ($791 TC IN FY09/10 USED TO MATCH STPL IN R/W) Fund ENG R/W CON Total I Prior 2021/2022 FFY 2010 APPROPRIATIONS 674 674 674 674 EARMARKS DEMO-SAFETEA-LU SECTION 129 - SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PRIORITIES Section 125 - Surface Transportation Priorities STP LOCAL 6,892 6,892 6,892 CITY FUNDS 1,000 3,283 4,283 4,283 PRIVATE FUNDS 1,250 1,250 1,250 TDA ARTICLE #4 1,500 1,500 1,500 STATE PUC 5,000 5,000 5,000 TRADE CORRIDOR PROGRAM 10,434 10,434 10,434 RIV071272 Total 2,500 6,892 22,762 32,154 32,154 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 Total 160 160 160 160 1,391 1,391 1,391 1,391 570 570 570 570 6,892 4,283 1,250 1,500 5,000 10,434 32,154 ProjectlD Count' Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071280 Riverside SCAB 3G01 G10 NCN31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 38,000 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE ON MARY STREET: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR) R/R X-ING WITH A 4 LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR - NON -CAPACITY) U.C. GRADE SEPARATION ON MARY ST BETWEEN MARGUERITE AVE AND INDIANA AVE. 'Fund ENG Priori 2016/20171 2017/20181 2018/2019 2020/2021 AGENCY 3,000 15,000 15,000 33,000 3,000 15,000 15,000' STATE PUC 5,000 5,000 5,000 RIV071280 Total 3,000 15,000 20,000 38,000 3,000 15,000 20,000 R/W CON Total 2019/2020 2021/2022 Total' 33,000 5,000 38,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV110116 Riverside SCAB Description: RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category REG0703 NCR30 L EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 8,000 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF Amendment IN RIVERSIDE - QUIET ZONE X-ING IMPROVEMENTS: UPGRADE OF 11 AT -GRADE HWY-RAIL X-INGS & ONE PEDESTRIAN ONLY AT -GRADE X-ING ALONG THE BNSF SAN BERNARDINO SUBD. W/IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE. THE IMPROVEMENTS ARE NEEDED TO OPTIMIZE SAFETY AT THE X-INGS AND ALLOW FOR QUIET ZONE TO MITIGATE EXISTING AND PROJECTED TRAIN HORN NOISE IMPACTS. 'Fund STP LOCAL RIV CO SALES TAX RIV110116 Total I ENG R/W CON 7,000 1,000 8,000 Total 7,000 1,000 8,000 Prior 7,000 1,000 8,000 2016/2017, 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 7,000 1,000 8,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 29 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV111121 Riverside SCAB RTP ID Program Route Begin 3GL04 NCN31 End System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 28,100 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE ON THIRD STREET: REPLACE EXISTING 4 LANE (2 IN EACH DIRECTION) R/R/ X-ING WITH A 4-LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR - NON -CAPACITY) U.C. GRADE SEPARATION ON THIRD ST BETWEEN VINE ST AND PARK AVE. Fund ENG RNV CON SURFACE TRANS PROG - HR4818 323 CITY FUNDS 1,777 5,500 13,000 PRIVATE FUNDS 500 2,000 STATE PUC 5,000 RIV111121 Total 2,100 6,000 20,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV111208 Riverside Description: SCAB 3GL04 Total Prior 323 323 20,277 1,777 2,500 5,000 28,100 2,100 "maw Program Route NCN31 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 I 2019/2020 5,500 500 6,000 2020/2021 13,000 2,000 5,000 20,000 2021/2022 I Total 323 20,277 2,500 5,000 28,100 Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment L EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 38,000 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF 0 IN RIVERSIDE - MADISON ST GRADE SEPARATION: CONSTRUCT A 4- LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR)NON-CAPACITY ENHANCING MADISON ST/BNSF UNDERPASS BETWEEN INDIANA AVE AND PETERS ST/YSMAEL VILLEGAS ST. Fund CITY FUNDS STATE PUC RIV111208 Total 1 ENG R/W 2,500 12,500 2,500 12,500 CON Total 18,000 33,000 5,000 5,000 23,000 38,000 Prior 2,500 2,500 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV140841 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN25 Description: IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CITY OF RIVERSIDE-IOWA AVE & MLK BLVD BIKE BLVD B/W CANYON CREST DR & CHICAGO AVE & WIDENING IOWA AVE B/VV MLK BLVD & CLASS II BIKE LNS FOR 0.8 MI WITH 2 FT BUFFERS [Fund ENG CITY FUNDS 27 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM -MPO RIV140841 Total 27 R/W CON Total Prior 38 65 65 267 267 267 305 332 332 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 12,500 12,500 2019/2020i 2020/2021 18,000 5,000 23,000 2021/2022 Total' 33,000 5,000 38,000 Route Begin End System Conformity Category _ Amendment _ L TCM Committed 0 PTC 332 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IMPROVEMENTS: CONSTRUCT 0.8 MI 10 FT WIDE TWO DIR MULTI -USE PATH ON N.SIDE OF MLK EVERTON PL INCLUDES GRADING, ASPHALT PAVING, SIGNS, & RESTRIPING & INSTALL 6 FT 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 65 267 332 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV140843 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN25 L TCM Committed Description: PTC 1,961 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF Amendment 0 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE-WELLS/ARLANZA SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL ADA RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES & 32,730 SQ FT OF SIDEWALK ON ONE SIDE OF FIVE STREETS (CHALLEN AVE, IVANHOE AVE, KENT AVE, RUTLAND AVE, BABB AVE) SURROUNDING WELLS MIDDLE SCHOOL AND ARLANZA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. TC USED TO MATCH ATP FUNDS Fund ENG CITY FUNDS 179 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM -MPO RIV140843 Total RNV CON Total 179 1,782 1,782 Prior 179 1,782 179 1,782 1,961 1,961 2016/201711 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 179 1,782 1,961 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 30 of 101 'Fund CITY FUNDS RIV151131 Total » SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA . ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140844 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN25 L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 2,833 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - NORTE VISTA SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL ADA RAMPS, DRIVEWAY APPROACHES & 94,200 SQ.FT. OF SIDEWALK ON ONE SIDE OF FOUR STREETS (GAYLORD ST, JONES AVE, CHADBOURNE AVE, BUSHNELL AVE) NEAR NORTE VISTA HIGH SCHOOL, ROSEMARY KENNEDY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND TWINHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. TC USED TO MATCH ATP 'Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 CITY FUNDS 258 753 1,011 1,011 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM -MPO RIV140844 Total 1,822 1,822 1,822 258 2,575 2,833 2,833 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV140852 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 RTP ID 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 1,011 1,822 2,833 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment NCN25 L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 997 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - DOWNTOWN & ADJOINING AREAS BICYCLE AND PED IMPROVEMENTS: 17 MILES OF BIKE LANES, 2,500 FT. OF CONNECTING SIDEWALKS, BIKE STATION AT METROLINK, CONNECTIVITY MAP KIOSKS, TWO NEW HAWK SIGNALS, BIKE STAGING AREA, BIKE SHARE TERMINAL, BIKE CORRALS, BIKE BLVD, PEDESTRIAN SIGNALS, WALKING PATH, ALL -WAY STOP CROSSWALK & NEW SIDEWALK. Fund ENG' R/Wi CON1 Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 CITY FUNDS 120 120 120 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM RIV140852 Total 877 877 877 997 997 997 2021/2022i Totall 120 877 997 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151130 Riverside SCAB RRC0702 NCN31 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,500 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE JACKSON ST. GRADE SEPARATION: GRADE SEPARATE EXISTING JACKSON ST/BNSF RAIL CROSSING BY CONSTRUCTING A 4-LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR) NON CAPACITY ENHANCING UNDERPASS ON JACKSON ST BTWN INDIANA AVE & 200 FT S/O SAGUARO RD (PA&ED ONLY). Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017', 2017/20181_ 2018/2019 i 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 CITY FUNDS RIV151130 Total 1,500 1,500 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV151131 Riverside SCAB 3G01 G07 Description: NCN31 Program_ Route Begin End System Conformity Category L EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 1,500 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF Amendment 0 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - SPRUCE ST GRADE SEPARATION: GRADE SEPARATE EXISTING SPRUCE ST/BNSF RAIL CROSSING BY CONSTRUCTING A 4 -LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR) NON -CAPACITY ENHANCING UNDERPASS ON SPRUCE ST BTWN SR91 EB OFF RAMP AND 800 FT E/O KANSAS ST (PA&ED ONLY). 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021 ENG 1,500 1,500 RNV 1 CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 2021/2022 Total 1,500 1,500 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 31 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County - Air Basin Model - RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151205 Riverside SCAB 31TS07 ITS02 L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 1,857 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - INSTALL FIBER-OPTIC SIGNAL INTERCONNECT IMPROVEMENTS ON MARKET ST/MAGNOLIA AVE FROM FIRST ST TO BUCHANAN ST AND INSTALL MISSING CONDUITS ON MAGNOLIA AVE FROM LA SIERRA AVE TO PIERCE ST UPDATING 49 SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS Fund ENG1 R/W CON Total Priori 2016/20171 2017/2018I 2018/2019! 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CMAQ 1,013 1,013 1,013 1,013 AGENCY 375 375 375 375 CITY FUNDS 6 463 469 469 469 RIV151205 Total 6 1,851 1,857 1,857 1,857 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151206 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 PLN40 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 751 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING TO CONSTRUCT A PEDESTRIAN/BICYCLE BRIDGE ACROSS THE SR-91 CONNECTING THE RIVERSIDE METROLINK STATION TO DOWNTOWN AREA (PA&ED ONLY) Fund i ENGL RNV CON I Total; Prior 2016/2017. 2017/2018! 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total CMAQ 638 638 638 638 CITY FUNDS 113 113 113 113 RIV151206 Total 751 751 751 751 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV151207 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN27 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 3,250 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CONSTRUCT A NEW 4.3 MILE WALKING PATH ADJACENT TO SANTA ANA RIVER CLASS I BIKE TRAIL FROM MARTHA MCLEAN ANZA NARROWS PARK TO FAIRMOUNT PARK Amendment Fund CMAQ CITY FUNDS RIV151207 Total ENG RNV 280 280 CON 2,376 594 2,970 Total Prior 2,376 874 280 3,250 280 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2,376 594 2,970 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022! Total' 2,376 874 3,250 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151208 Riverside SCAB 7120004 NCR25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 223 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - REALIGN AND RECONSTRUCT A PORTION OF THE SANTA ANA RIVER CLASS I BICYCLE TRAIL BEHIND GRASSY TRAIL DRIVE. THE IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE GRADING, PAVING, STRIPING AND FENCE RELOCATION Fund 1 ENG RNV CON{ Total Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 CMAQ 141 141 141 CITY FUNDS 35 47 82 82 RIV151208 Total 35 188 223 223 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 141 82 223 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:24 AM Page: 32 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1 ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model -RTP ID Program Route Begin End System _ Conformity Category Amendment RIV151209 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN26 L TCM 0 Description: PTC 303 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - INSTALL UP TO FOUR BICYCLE STATIONS AND PROVIDE FORTY BICYCLES, TEN AT EACH STATION, TO IMPLEMENT A BIKE SHARE PROGRAM IN THE VICINITY OF DOWNTOWN RIVERSIDE, RIVERSIDE METROLINK STATION AND UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IN RIVERSIDE. Fund _ I ENG I R/W I CON Total I Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total CMAQ 240 240 240 240 CITY FUNDS 35 28 63 63 63 RIV151209 Total 35 268 303 303 303 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151215 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN27 L TCM 0 Description: PTC 403 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALK ON ONE SIDE OF BRUCE STREET FROM ADAIR AVE TO LAKE AVE. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A TOTAL OF 2,100 LF OF NEW SIDEWALK Fund CMAQ CITY FUNDS RIV151215 Total ENG RAN 13 13 CON I Total Prior 195 195 195 195 208 208 390 403 403 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021] 2021/2022 Total 195 208 403 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151216 Riverside SCAB 3AL304 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 6,331 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - WIDENING OF MAGNOLIA AVENUE WITHIN EXISTING R/W FROM 4 TO 6 LANES (2 EA DIR TO 3 EA DIR) FROM BUCHANAN ST TO BANBURY DRIVE. Fund ENG STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS RIV151216 Total 301 301 R/W CON 2,620 3,410 6,030 Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2,620 3,711 301 6,331 301 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 2,620 2,620 3,410 3,711 6,030 6,331 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV120203 Riverside SCAB 3AL204 CAX63 L NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 7,000 Agency SAN JACINTO IN SAN JACINTO - RAMONA EXP WIDENING PH II: RAMONA EXP WIDENING 2 TO 4 LANES (2 LANES IN EACH DIRECTION) BETWEEN EAGLE RD AND LAKE PARK DR/MAIN ST., INCLUDING LEFT TURN OR LANDSCAPED STRIPED MEDIAN, 5-8 FT OF PAVED SHOULDER, DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS AND RELOCATION OF TRAFFIC SIGNAL POLES. 'Fund ENG R/W CON Total Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020I 2020/2021L2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS 500 500 500 500 WESTERN RIV TUMF 3,825 3,825 3,825 3,825 RIV CO SALES TAX 2,675 2,675 2,675 2,675 RIV120203 Total 500 6,500 7,000 7,000 7,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 33 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140856 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN25 L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 989 Agency SAN JACINTO IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. IN THE CITY OF SAN JACINTO - SAFE & ACTIVE SAN JACINTO SRTS: INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES 33,275 SQ. FT. OF NEW SIDEWALK, 5,215 SQ. FT. OF EXISTING SIDEWALK UPGRADES, 52,800 SQ. FT. OF BIKE TRAILS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO SCHOOLS; NON -INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDES PED/BIKE SAFETY EDUCAITON, SRTS WORKSHOPS, DEVELOPMENT OF SRTS PLANS FOR EACH SCHOOL, AND OUTREACH. Fund ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM RIV140856 Total ENG R/WCON 56 126 807 Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019/j 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 989 989 989 56 126 807 989 989 989 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category 991203 Riverside SCAB 991203 CAN65 L NON-FEDERAL/NON- Description: REGIONAL PTC 19,302 Agency TEMECULA Amendment EXTEND OVERLAND DRIVE (4 LANES) FROM COMMERCE CENTER DRIVE TO AVENIDA ALVARADO/DIAZ ROAD INTERSECTION INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION OF 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK (TO BE IMPLEMENTED IN PHASES) Fund ENG CITY FUNDS 991203 Total R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/20181 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,131 5,386 12,785 19,302 8,570 10,732 19,302 1,131 5,386 12,785 19,302 8,570 10,732 19,302 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 991206 Description: Riverside SCAB 991206 CAN67 L NON-FEDERAUNON- 0 REGIONAL PTC 43,536 Agency TEMECULA BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD EXTENSIONS: EXTEND MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD (4 LNS) FROM BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD TO SERAPHINA RD; BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD (4 LNS) FROM RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD TO MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD; & NICHOLAS RD (4 LNS) FROM BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. TO CALLE GIRASOL Fund I ENG R/W CON 1 Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS 900 15,620 25,578 42,098 42,098 42,098 WESTERN RIV TUMF 1,438 1,438 1,438 1,438 991206 Total 900 17,058 25,578 43,536 43,536 43,536 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV060113 Riverside SCAB RIV060113 CAN65 L NON-FEDERAUNON- 0 REGIONAL Description: PTC 10,366 Agency TEMECULA CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK (PART OF WESTERN BYPASS CORRIDOR) INCLUDING APPROACHES, CURB & GUTTER, SIDEWALKS, & STORM DRAIN FACILITIES Fund I ENG R/W_1 CON Total Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' CITY FUNDS 230 52 2,165 2,447 282 2,165 2,447 WESTERN RIV TUMF 748 54 7,117 7,919 802 7,117 7,919 RIV060113 Total 978 106 9,282 10,366 1,084 9,282 10,366 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 34 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End RIV060114 Riverside SCAB Description: RIV060114 System Conformity Category CAX67 L NON-FEDERAUNON- REGIONAL PTC 13,500 Agency TEMECULA IN SOUTHWEST TEMECULA: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT 4 LANE WESTERN BYPASS CORRIDOR (PHASE 1) FROM SR79 SOUTH TO RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD Amendment 0 (Fund AGENCY CITY FUNDS WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV060114 Total ENG RNV CON Total 13,162 43 168 211 127 127 170 168 13,162 13,500 13,162 Prior 211 127 338 2016/20171 2017/2018! 2018/2019 2019/2020 13,162 13,162 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 13,162 211 127 13,500 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140301 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN25 L EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 7,574 Agency TEMECULA IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA - CONSTRUCT REMAINING ONE MILE MISSING LINK IN THE SANTA GERTRUDIS CREEK RECREATIONAL MULTI -USE PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE TRAIL FROM YNEZ ROAD TO MURRIETA CREEK MULTI -PURPOSE TRAIL. Fund CITY FUNDS RIV140301 Total ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017j 2017/2018 503 7,071 7,574 503 503 7,071 7,574 503 7,071 7,071 0 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 I 2020/2021 2021 /2022 Total 7,574 7,574 ProjectlD County_ Air Basin_ Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV62029 Riverside SCAB RIV62029 TDN64 L TCM 0 Description: PTC 2,765 Agency TEMECULA IN SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN TEMECULA ON TEMECULA PKWY (FORMERLY SR79) AT LA PAZ ST: ACQUIRE LAND, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT PARK -AND -RIDE LOT - 157 SPACES. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE THE CONSTRUCTION OF 10 BICYCLE LOCKERS, PASSENGER LOAD/UNLOAD ZONE AND ADA ACCESSIBLE PARKING. Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017, 2017/2018 CMAQ 1,301 1,301 1,301 CITY FUNDS 132 188 280 600 600 STATE AB2766 99 765 864 864 RIV62029 Total 231 188 2,346 2,765 2,765 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,301 600 864 2,765 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV050201 Riverside SCAB RIV050201 L EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 205,601 Agency VARIOUS AGENCIES IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BRIDGE REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION - HBP PROGRAM; PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 CATEGORIES - WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). TC USED TO MATCH HBP FUNDS Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017,` 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020I 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total'. BRIDGE - LOCAL 183,450 183,450 15,373 144 8,942 3,840 2,617 152,534 183,450 AGENCY 17,347 17,347 1,765 36 855 440 97 14,154 17,347 LOCAL BRIDGE SEISMIC 4,804 4,804 6 278 57 242 4,221 4,804 RETROFIT ACCOUNT RIV050201 Total 205,601 205,601 17,444 180 10,075 4,337 2,956 170,909 205,601 Print Date: 1111;2016 9:2C:25 AM Page: 35 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151213 Riverside SCAB 3NL04 NCN26 L TCM 0 Description: PTC 951 Agency WILDOMAR IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF WILDOMAR - WIDENING OF GRAND AVE (CLINTON KEITH RD TO DAVID BROWN MIDDLE SCHOOL) TO INCLUDE A CLASS II BIKE LANE AND MINIMAL WORK TO INCORPORATE CLASS II/III BIKE LANES ON CLINTON KEITH RD FROM GRAND AVE TO GEORGE AVE. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A TOTAL OF 7,300 LF OF NEW BIKE LANES (PM 2.5 BENEFITS). Fund CMAQ CITY FUNDS RIV151213 Total ENG 107 107 R/ V 25 25 CON 1 614 205 819 Total 614 337 951 Prior 614 337 951 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 614 337 951 ProjectlD County RIV151214 Riverside Air Basin SCAB Model RTP ID 3NL04 Program Route Begin NCN26 End System Conformity Category Amendment L TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 1,019 Agency WILDOMAR IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF WILDOMAR - WIDENING OF GRAND AVE (CORYDON RD TO DAVID BROWN MIDDLE SCHOOL) TO INCLUDE A CLASS II BIKE LANES. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE A TOTAL OF 12 000 LF OF NEW BIKE LANES Fund CMAQ CITY FUNDS RIV151214 Total ENG] R/W CON 747 114 26 132 114 26 879 Total Prior 747 747 272 272 1,019 1,019 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1, 747 272 1,019 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV131201 Riverside SCAB RIV131201 NCRH3 10 .3 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 15,000 Agency CALIMESA IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF CALIMESA - RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING INTERCHANGE AT I-10/COUNTY LINE WITH TWO 90 FT RADIUS ON/OFF RAMPS ROUNDABOUTS, EXTENDING 1300 LINEAR FEET FROM COUNTY LINE LANE TO APPROX. 300 FT. W/O CALIMESA BLVD. THE PROJECT WILL INCLUDE RAMP REALIGNMENT FOR ALL FOUR RAMPS WITH MINOR RAMP WIDENING. Fund ENG CITY FUNDS 800 WESTERN RIV TUMF 200 RIV131201 Total 1,000 R/W 800 200 1,000 CON 10,400 2,600 13,000 Total 12,000 3,000 15,000 Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 800 800 200 200 1,000 1,000 2018/2019 2019/2020 10,400 2,600 13,000 2020/2021' 2021/2022 Total', 12,000 3,000 15,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV060117 Riverside SCAB RIV060117 CARH3 10 1.5 2.3 S NON -REPORTABLE TCM 0 Description: PTC 38,400 Agency CALIMESA ON I-10/SINGLETON RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN 2 TO 4 THROUGH LANES (WOODHOUSE TO CALIMESA BLVD), RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS - EB ENTRY 1 TO 2 LNS W/ HOV PREFERENTIAL LN, WB EXIT 1 TO 3 LNS, ADD EB EXIT RAMP (3 LNS), WB ENTRY RAMP (2 LNS W/ HOV PREFERENTIAL LN), INCLUDE EXTENDED RAMP ACCEL/DECEL LNS, RELOCATE CALIMESA BLVD/SINGLETON RD INTERSECTION, ADD SB EXTENDED DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LN (EA: OF980) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 CITY FUNDS RIV060117 Total 2,000 5,000 31,400 38,400 2,000 5,000 31,400 38,400 2018/2019 2019/2020 2,000 2,000 2020/20211 2021/2022 5,000 31,400 5,000 31,400 Total 38,400 38,400 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 36 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID ProgramRoute Begin End System Conformity Category _ Amendment RIV060116 Riverside SCAB RIV060116 NCRH3 10 2.9 3.4 S EXEMPT - 93.127 0 Description: PTC 15,000 Agency CALIMESA I-10/CHERRY VALLEY BLVD IC: REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING CURVED OVERCROSSING WITH TWO 90 FT. RADIUS ON/OFF RAMPS ROUNDABOUTS AND WILL EXTEND 1800 LINEAR FEET FROM ROBERTS ROAD (SOUTH) TO APPROXIMATELY 500 FT E/O CALIMESA BLVD. ASSOCIATED PROJECT IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE REALIGNMENT OF CALIMESA BLVD AND RAMP REALIGNMENT FOR ALL FOUR RAMPS WITH MINOR RAMP WIDENING (CMAQ PM 2.5 BENEFITS PROJECT). CON Total I Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CMAQ 443 443 443 443 CITY FUNDS 200 200 2,600 3,000 200 200 2,600 3,000 WESTERN RIVTUMF 357 800 10,400 11,557 357 800 10,400 11,557 RIV060116 Total 1,000 1,000 13,000 15,000 1,000 1,000 13,000 15,000 Fund ENG R/W ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV060115 Riverside SCAB RIV060115 CARH3 10 4.98 6.08 S NON -REPORTABLE TCM 0 Description: PTC 25,425 Agency BEAUMONT AT 1-10/OAK VALLEY PKWY IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES FROM APPROX 500 FT. W/O DESERT LAWN DR TO GOLF CLUB DR, WIDEN RAMPS - EB ENTRY 1 TO 2 LANES, EB & WB EXIT 1 TO 4 LANES, WB ENTRY 1 TO 3 LANES, , ADD NEW EB/WB ENTRY LOOP RAMPS (2 LANES) , ENTRY RAMPS INCLUDE HOV PREFERENTIAL LANE, AND RAMPS INCLUDE EXTENDED ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANE (EA: 0G280). Fund l ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 CITY FUNDS 1,200 1,300 22,925 25,425 400 800 RIV060115 Total 1,200 1,300 22,925 25,425 400 800 1,300 22,925 1,300 22,925 2021/2022 Total j 25,425 25,425 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System - Conformity Category RIV071251 Riverside SSAB 3M0720 CAXT7 10 39.49 43.36 S NON-EXEMPT PTC 69,800 Agency CATHEDRAL CITY Description: Amendment 0 ON 1-10 AT APPROX PM 41.17: CONSTRUCT NEW DA VALL DR IC (6 LNS) & RAMPS (2 LNS) FROM VARNER RD TO RAMON RD INCLUDING BRIDGE OVER UPRR AND LONG CYN CREEK CHANNEL, ADD EB/WB AUX LANES ( DATE PALM DR IC TO DA VALL & DA VALL TO RAMON RD) Fund ENG RAN CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 1 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' AGENCY 1,000 3,200 4,200 1,000 3,200 4,200 EASTERN RIV TUMF 3,000 9,600 12,600 3,000 9,600 12,600 RIV071251 Total 4,000 12,800 16,800 4,000 12,800 16,800 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV031209 Riverside SSAB RIV031209 CAXT7 10 44.8 46.6 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 71,993 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT 1-10/PORTOLA AVE (B/VV MONTEREY IC & COOK IC): CONSTRUCT NEW 6 THRU LANE PORTOLA AVE IC FROM DINAH SHORE DR TO VARNER RD & RAMPS (EB EXIT 2 LNS, WB EXIT 3 LNS, EB & WB ENTRY 2 LNS, WB ENTRY LOOP RAMP 2 LNS, ENTRY INCL HOV LN, WIDENING INCLUDES BRIDGE OVER UPRR & RELOCATE/WIDEN VARNER 2 TO 4 LNS, ADD EB/WB AUX LNS (MONTEREY TO PORTOLA AND PORTOLA TO COOK), EXTEND 4TH WB LANE COOK TO PORTOLA (EA Fund STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS RIV031209 Total ENG R/W CON Total 0 Total', 1,275 1,275 1,275 1,275 2,835 12,099 55,784 70,718 835 14,099 55,784 70,718 2,835 12,099 57,059 71,993 14,099 57,059 71,993 Prior 835 2016/2017 2017/20181 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 i Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 37 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands Project►D County Air Basin Model 47520 Riverside SSAB Description: RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 47520 CAXT3 10 51.7 53.1 S NON-EXEMPT 0 PTC 80,967 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT I-10/JEFFERSON ST IC: RECONSTRUCT, REALIGN, & WIDEN IC 2 TO 6 LANES (SOUTHERLY OF VARNER RD TO UPRR), WIDEN RAMPS, ADD NEW ENTRY RAMPS, INCLUDING RAMP METERING (NO HOV PREFERENTIAL LANE INCLUDED, ADD ACCEUDECEL LANES AT WB ENTRY AND EB EXIT (<1/4 MILE), AND ADD DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES. (EA: 47520) ;Fund I ENG RNV� CON Total; Prior 2016/2017i1 2017/2018 2018/2019j 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total STP LOCAL 14,500 14,500 14,500 AGENCY 9,110 3,100 20,947 33,157 33,157 STIP ADVANCE CON -RIP 33,310 33,310 33,310 47520 Total 9,110 3,100 68,757 80,967 80,967 14,500 33,157 33,310 80,967 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV071254 Riverside SSAB Description: 3A07022 CARH3 10 53.9 55.5 S NON-EXEMPT PTC 47,000 Agency INDIO Amendment 0 ON 1-10 IN INDIO AT MONROE ST IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES INCLUDING BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL FROM AVENUE 42 TO S/O WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL, RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS 1 TO 2 LANES AND EXTEND RAMPS WITH ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES (EA: OK730K) Fund ENGL RNV CON Total Prior 2016/20172017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020L 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total', CITY FUNDS 5,000 2,000 40,000 47,000 5,000 2,000 40,000 47,000 RIV071254 Total 5,000 2,000 40,000 47,000 5,000 2,000 40,000 47,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category- Amendment RIV071252 Riverside SSAB 3A07020 CARH3 10 55.57 55.88 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 56,000 Agency INDIO ON 1-10 IN INDIO AT JACKSON ST IC (at PM 55.575): RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES INCLUDING BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL FROM SHOWCASE PKWY TO SOUTH OF WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL, RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS 1 TO 2 LANES, MODIFY TRAFFIC SIGNALS Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total'' CITY FUNDS 5,000 2,000 49,000 56,000 RIV071252 Total 5,000 2,000 49,000 56,000 5,000 2,000 49,000 56,000 5,000 2,000 49,000 56,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071253 Riverside SSAB Description: 3A07021 CARH3 10 56.2 57.8 S NON-EXEMPT 0 PTC 27,000 Agency INDIO ON 1-10 IN INDIO AT GOLF CENTER PKWY IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC FROM 4 TO 6 THROUGH LANES INCLUDING BRIDGE OVER WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL BETWEEN AVENUE 44 TO S/O WHITEWATER RIVER CHANNEL, RECONSTRUCT/VVIDEN RAMPS 1 TO 2 LANES, AND EXTEND RAMPS WITH ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CITY FUNDS 5,000 2,000 20,000 27,000 5,000 2,000 20,000 27,000 RIV071253 Total 5,000 2,000 20,000 27,000 5,000 2,000 20,000 27,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 38 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV030901 Riverside SSAB RIV030901 CAX70 10 62.3 63.7 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 62,000 Agency COACHELLA ON 1-10 IN EASTERN COACHELLA (AT 3.4 MILES E/O DILLON RD & 9.1 MILES W/O CACTUS CITY SRRA): CONSTRUCT NEW 6 THROUGH LANE AVENUE 50 IC (3 LANES EACH DIR. APPROX 600' N/O 1-10 AND 1,100' S/O 1-10 ), EB EXIT RAMP (3 LANES), WB EXIT RAMP (2 LANES), EB & WB ENTRY RAMPS (2 LANES), EB & WB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (2 LANES) & ADD ACC LN 3,800' W/B DIR, WEST OF IC (EA: 45210) Amendment Fund ENG CITY FUNDS RIV030901 Total R/W CON! Total Prior 7,000 3,000 52,000 62,000 7,000 7,000 3,000 52,000 62,000 7,000 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 I 2021 /2022 1 Total' 3,000 52,000 62,000 3,000 52,000 62,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110302 Riverside SSAB 30M0701 NCR88 10 155.1 156.1 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 4,343 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY ON 1-10 IN THE CITY OF BLYTHE - PROVIDE NEW W/B ON AND W/B OFF RAMPS TO HOBSON WAY APPROX 3,500" W/O EXISTING RAMPS TO RIVIERA DR/INSPECTION STATION. THE NEW RAMPS WILL REPLACE EXISTING CONNECTION TO RIVIERA DR. $93 TC UTILIZATION FY 2014/15 FOR STPL CONSTRUCTION FUNDS. Fund ENG I R/W CON Total Prior STP LOCAL 810 810 810 CITY FUNDS 485 48 533 533 SHOPP- ADVANCE 3,000 3,000 3,000 CONSTRUCTION RIV110302 Total 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021 ; 2021/2022 Total 810 533 3,000 485 48 3,810 4,343 4,343 4,343 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV62031 Riverside SCAB RIV62031 CAR88 15 3 4 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 45,841 Agency TEMECULA 1-15/SR79 SO. IC: RECON SR79S. 'Fund 0 REMOVE SB EXIT RAMP, ADD NEW SB EXIT LOOP RAMP, REALIGN SB EXIT RAMP (2 LNS) W/AUX LN. WIDEN SB ENTRY 1 TO 3, NB EXIT 1 TO 4, NB ENTRY 1 TO 3 & DEMO-SAFETEA-LU STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV62031 Total ENG R/W L CON Tot Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total ! 1,440 1,440 1,440 12,976 12,976 12,976 4,375 8,338 3,459 16,172 16,172 4,452 10,801 15,253 15,253 4,375 12,790 28,676 45,841 45,841 1,440 12,976 16,172 15,253 45,841 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program_ Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV031215 Riverside SCAB RIV031215 CAX70 15 5.5 9.6 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 218,169 Agency TEMECULA FRENCH VALLEY PKWY IC/ARTERIAL PHASES: PH II - CONSTRUCT 2 LN NB CD (N/O WINCHESTER IC ON -RAMPS TO JUST N/O RTE 15/215 JCT WITH CONNECTORS TO RTE 15 AND RTE 215 (1-215 PM: 8.43 TO 9.75); AND PH III - CONSTRUCT 6 LN OC (JEFFERSON TO YNEZ) & RAMPS, NB/SB AUX LN, CD LNS (1 LN NB & 3 LN SB) & MODIFY WINCHESTER RD IC (EA:43272) (PPNO. 0021 K). Fund ENG R/W CON Total r Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 671 769 1,440 CITY FUNDS 7,750 5,068 477 13,295 ^ 2,802 WESTERN RIV TUMF 12,656 8,985 21,641 16,997 671 16 4,644 769 477 1,440 13,295 21,641 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 39 of 101 .404 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS STIP ADVANCE CON -RIP 47,600 Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 47,600 47,600 47,600 RIV031215 Total 21,077 14,053 48,846 83,976 29,799 5,331 48,846 83,976 ProjectlD RIV080901 Description: County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID SCAB 3M0730 Program Route Begin CARH3 15 9.24 PTC AT I-15/MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD IC - CONSTRUCT NEW NB LOOP ON RAMP AND REALIGN EXISTING NB End System Conformity Category 9.73 S NON-EXEMPT 8,100 Agency MURRIETA OFF RAMP (EA: 0J650K) Amendment Fund CITY FUNDS RIV080901 Total ENG 1,100 1,100 R/W 4,000 4,000 CON 3,000 3,000 Total 8,100 8,100 Prior 2016/2017 5,100 5,100 2017/2018 1 2018/2019 3,000 3,000 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021 /2022 1 Total' 8,100 8,100 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End RIV010206 Riverside SCAB RIV010206 CAXT3 15 18.3 21 System Conformity Category Amendment S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 78,294 Agency LAKE ELSINORE AT I-15/RR CYN RD IC: CONST 5-MULTI LN ROUNDABOUTS (SUMMERHILL DR - MISSION TR), WIDEN NB ENTRANCE RAMP FROM 2-3 LNS, WIDEN SB ENTRANCE RAMP FROM 1-3 LNS, AND RAMP ACCEUDECEL LNS AT RR CYN RD (PH I); CONST NEW I-15/FRANKLIN ST IC, ADD AUX LNS FROM FRANKLIN ST IC TO MAIN ST IC & FROM FRANKLIN ST IC TO RR CYN IC, REALIGN/WIDEN MAIN ST SB ON RAMP 1-2 LNS, AND CONST FRONTAGE RD ON WS AND ES OF 1-15 F Fund ENG R/W! CON Total Priori 2016/2017 2017/20181_ 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' INTERSTATE MAINTENANC 238 238 238 AGENCY 16,000 16,000 16,000 CITY FUNDS 18,100 18,100 18,100 WESTERN RIV TUMF 7,285 1,051 4,000 12,336 7,285 1,051 4,000 STIP ADVANCE CON -RIP 2,920 2,920 2,920 RIV010206 Total 7,285 22,309 20,000 49,594 7,285 4,209 20,000 18,100 238 16,000 18,100 12,336 2,920 49,594 ProjectlD County Air Basin _ Model RTP ID_ Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV060109 Riverside SCAB RIV060109 CARH3 15 20.8 23.7 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 58,250 Agency LAKE ELSINORE AT I-15/SR74 (CENTRAL AVE) IC JCT MOD. BTWN 1,000 FT W/O COLLIER AVE TO RIVERSIDE ST: ADD NB LOOP ENTRY RAMP WITH ACCEL LN, REALIGN NB ENTRY & EXIT RAMPS, ADD SB ACCEUDECEL LNS, ADD NB DECEL LN, WIDEN SR 74 FROM RIVERSIDE DR. TO CENTRAL AVE 2 TO 4 THROUGH LANES AND FROM COLLIER AVE TO CAMBERN AVE FROM 6 TO 8 THRU LNS, CONST NEW RIVERSIDE AVE OC & SR74 PM 15.5 to 18.5 (EA: OF3100). Fund ENG R/W CONS Total Priori 2016/2017'i 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 CITY FUNDS 300 49,000 49,300 300 WESTERN RIV TUMF 950 8,000 8,950 950 RIV060109 Total 1,250 8,000 49,000 58,250 1,250 2020/2021 49,000 8,000 8,000 49,000 Amendment 2021/2022 Total 49,300 8,950 58,250 ProjectlD RIV071267 Description: County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID SCAB RIV071267 Program CANT9 Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 15 34.7 52.28 S TCM 0 PTC 450,000 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 1-15 IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY: CONSTRUCT 4 TOLL EXPR LNS (TEL) (2 TE EA DIR) FROM SR60 (PM 51.4) TO HIDDEN VALLEY PKWY (PM 42.9) AND CONS 2 TE LNS (1 TE EA DIR) FROM HIDDEN VALLEY PKWY (PM 42.9) TO CAJALCO RD (PM 36.8). ADVANCE SIGNAGE WILL BE INSTALLED A THE SOUTH END BETWEEN PM 34.7 TO PM 36.8 (CAJALCO RD) AND AT THE NORTH END BETWEEN PM 51.4 (SR60) TO PM 1.3 IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. [Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior' 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020I 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total STP LOCAL 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 40 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS AGENCY CMAQ-ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION LOCAL ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION RIV071267 Total Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 126,648 2,000 261,352 390,000 128,000 262,000 390,000 55,000 55,000 12,643 17,929 24,428 55,000 55,000-12,643-17,929 24,428 131,648 2,000 316,352 450,000 128,000 322,000 450,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV010208 Riverside SCAB RIV010208 CAXT3 15 36.1 37.6 S NON-EXEMPT Amendment 0 Description: PTC 74,199 Agency CORONA AT I-15/CAJALCO RD IC NEAR CORONA: DESIGN, RECONST/REALIGN & WIDEN CAJALCO RD FROM 2 TO 6 THRU LNS FROM TEMESCAL CYN RD TO BEDFORD CYN RD, RECONST/WIDEN SB ENTRY FROM 1-2 LNS, SB EXIT FROM 2-5 LNS, NB ENTRY FROM 1-2 LNS, NB EXIT FROM 2-4 LNS, ADD AUX LNS BTWN NB ENTRY AND NB EXIT TO EL CERRITO RD AND BTWN SB ENTRY FROM EL CERRITO RD AND SB EXIT. ($840 TC FY 11/12 ENG & $600 TC FY 13/14 R/W) . 1Fund ENG R/W1 COA Totatl Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021j 2021/2022I Total' DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 4,200 2,999 7,199 7,199 7,199 AGENCY 6,000 56,000 62,000 6,000 56,000 62,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 RIV010208 Total 4,200 8,999 61,000 74,199 13,199 61,000 74,199 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV160101 Riverside SCAB RIV071250B CAXT9 15 41.08 42.91 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 386,160 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY ON SR-91/I-15: On 1-15 - ADD TOLL EXPRESS LANE MEDIAN DIRECT CONNECT FROM SB15 TO WB91 & EB91 TO NB15, 1 TOLL EXPRESS LANE EACH DIRECTION FROM HIDDEN VALLEY TO SR91 DIRECT CONNECTOR. (PA&ED ONLY) R/W i CON 2018/2019 j 2019/2020 2020/2021 L2021/2022 i Total RIV CO SALES TAX 57,924 57,924 57,924 57,924 RIV160101 Total 57,924 57,924 57,924 57,924 Fund ENG Totall Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV011233 Riverside SCAB RIV011233 CAXT3 15 46.7 49.7 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 65,270 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY Amendment 0 AT I-15/LIMONITE AVE IC - RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN LIMONITE AVE FROM 4 TO 6 THROUGH LANES BETWEEN EASTVALE GATEWAY AND 475' E/O PATS RANCH RD, RECONSTNVIDEN NB AND SB EXIT RAMPS FROM 3 TO 4 LANES, REPLACE NB AND SB ENTRY RAMPS WITH ENTRY LOOP RAMPS FROM 2 TO 3 LANES, ENTRY RAMPS INCLUDE HOV LANE, RAMPS INCLUDE EXTENDED ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES AND EXTENDED RIGHT TURN LANES (EA 0E150). I Fund I ENG COUNTY 4,800 RIV011233 Total 4,800 R/W I CON 13,920 46,550 65,270 Total ; Prior 2016/2017 i- 2017/2018 I 2018/2019 L 2019/2020 18,720 46,550 13,920 46,550 65,270 18,720 46,550 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 65,270 65,270 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 41 of 101 CITY FUNDS RIV041052 Total SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD RIV071242 County Riverside Air Basin Model SCAB RTP ID 3A07045 Program Route Begin CAX60 60 15.9 End System Conformity Category 15.9 S NON-EXEMPT Amendment Description: PTC 14,120 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY - RECONSTRUCT INDIAN ST X-ING SR 60 FROM 150' S/O SUNNYMEAD BLVD., TO HEMLOCK AVE: COMPLETE RECONSTRUCT. OF THE BRIDGE TO PROVIDE 16'6" CLEARANCE & 4 THROUGH LANES (2 LNS IN EA DIR) & ASSOC. ST IMP. WITHIN THE PROJECT LIMITS (LEFT TURN POCKETS AT SUNNYMEAD AND HEMLOCK INTERSECT., RIGHT -TURN ONLY SB AT SUNNYMEAD, NEW TS AT HEMLOCK/INDIAN ST., & INTERCONNECT MOD). LFund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', CITY FUNDS RIV071242 Total 1,350 770 12,000 14,120 2,120 1,350 770 12,000 14,120 2,120 12,000 14,120 12,000 14,120 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV041052 Riverside SCAB RIV041052 Description: Program Route Begin CARH3 60 18.8 PTC End 19.6 40,700 System S Agency Conformity Category Amendment NON-EXEMPT MORENO VALLEY 0 IN MORENO VALLEY AT SR-60/MORENO BEACH DR IC: MODIFY MORENO BEACH DR IC - WIDEN OC FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES, REALIGN/WIDEN RAMPS (WB EXIT 1 TO 2 LANES), ADD NEW WB ENTRY RAMP (2 LANES), ADD WB AUX LANE, AND INSTALL RELATED DRAINAGE AND ASSOCIATED WORK (EA: 32303). Fund I ENG R/W CON Totall Priori 2016/20171 2017/20181 2018/2019 2019/2020I 2020/2021 2021/2022i Total' 3,500 10,300 26,900 40,700 13,800 26,900 40,700 3,500 10,300 26,900 40,700 13,800 26,900 40,700 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV080902 Riverside SCAB RTP ID 3M0712 Program Route Begin CAXT3 60 19 End System 21 S Conformity Category Amendment TCM 0 Description: PTC 52,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY AT SR-60/REDLANDS BLVD - WIDEN OC FROM 2 TO 6 THRU LANES; WIDEN WB EXIT & ENTRY RAMPS FROM 1 LANE TO 2 LANES AT EXIT/ENTRY, 3 LANES AT ARTERIAL AND HOV AT ENTRY; WIDEN EB EXIT & ENTRY RAMPS FROM 1 LANE TO 2 LANES AT EXIT/ENTRY AND HOV AT ENTRY; ADD AUX LANES 1000' EACH DIRECTION WEST OF IC AND 1700' EACH DIRECTION EAST OF IC 'Fund DEVELOPER FEES RIV080902 Total ENG, 7,000 7,000 RAN CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 11,000 34,000 52,000 7,000 11,000 34,000 52,000 7,000 11,000 11,000 34,000 52,000 34,000 52,000 ProjectlD RIV080904 County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID SCAB 3M0801 Program Route Begin CAXT3 60 20 End System Conformity Category 22 S NON -REPORTABLE TCM Description: PTC 96,613 Agency AT SR-60/THEODORE ST IC: WIDEN OC FRM 2 TO 4/6 THRU LNS; WIDEN WB EXIT/ENTRY RAMPS FRM 1-2 LNS AT EXIT/ENTRY, 3 LNS FRM 1-2 LNS AT EXIT & 3 LNS AT ART.; WIDEN EB ENTRY RAMP FROM 1-2 LNS W/HOV; ADD EB LOOP ENTRY WITH 2 LNS AT ART & 1 2,500' EB DIR W/O IC, 2,300' WB DIR W/O IC & 1,700' WB DIR E/O IC (EA0M590) ;Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 Amendment 0 MORENO VALLEY AT ART. W/ HOV AT ENTRY; WIDEN EB EXIT RAMP LN AT ENTRY; ADD AUX LNS 1400' EB DIR E/O IC, 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 STP LOCAL 964 964 AGENCY 7,149 17,500 71,000 95,649 RIV080904 Total 8,113 17,500 71,000 96,613 964 7,149 8,113 17,500 71,000 17,500 71,000 Total 964 95,649 96,613 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 42 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD RIV151220 Description: County Air Basin Model Riverside SCAB RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category - Amendment 7120003 CAY76 60 20 22.5 S NON-EXEMPT 0 PTC 7,500 Agency MORENO VALLEY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF MORENO VALLEY ALONG SR 60 - WIDEN FROM TWO TO THREE LANES IN EACH DIRECTION IN THE EXISTING MEDIAN TO PROVIDE ONE ADDITIONAL GENERAL PURPOSE LANE IN EACH DIRECTION FROM REDLANDS BLVD. TO GILMAN SPRINGS RD. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total CITY FUNDS 1,500 6,000 7,500 1,500 6,000 7,500 RIV151220 Total 1,500 6,000 7,500 1,500 6,000 7,500 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV080903 Riverside SCAB 3M0714 CARH3 60 21 23 S NON -REPORTABLE TCM 0 Description: PTC 70,000 Agency MORENO VALLEY AT SR-60/GILMAN SPRINGS RD IC - REALIGN GILMAN SPRINGS RD/REMOVE EXISTING EB/WB RAMPS; WIDEN OC FROM 2 TO 6 THRU LANES; WB EXIT IS 1 LANE WIDENING TO 2 LANES THEN TO 3 LANES AT ARTERIAL, WB LOOP & EB ENTRY RAMPS FROM 1 LANE TO 2 LANES W/ HOV; WIDEN EB EXIT RAMPS FROM 1 LANE TO 2 LANES AT EXIT AND 3 LANES AT ARTERIAL; ADD AUX LANES TO WEST OF IC 1200' EB AND 2200' WB Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total DEVELOPER FEES 7,000 14,000 49,000 70,000 7,000 14,000 49,000 70,000 RIV080903 Total 7,000 14,000 49,000 70,000 7,000 14,000 49,000 70,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV120201 Riverside SCAB 3TK04MA13 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category NCN35 60 22.1 26.6 S EXEMPT - 93.126 Amendment - - .-- - 0 Description: PTC 138,375 Agency CALTRANS ON SR-60 IN UNINCORPORATED RIVERSIDE CO: CONSTRUCT NEW EASTBOUND CLIMBING AND WESTBOUND DESCENDING TRUCK LANES FROM GILMAN SPRINGS RD TO APPROX. 1.37 MILES W/O JACK RABBIT TRAIL AND UPGRADE EXISTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SHOULDERS TO STANDARD WIDTHS (10-FT INSIDE SHOULDER AND 12-FT OUTSIDE SHOULDER) (EA: ON69U) - CMAQ PM2.5 BENEFITS PROJECT. Fund FFY 2006 APPROPRIATIONS EARMARKS CMAQ SURFACE TRANS PROG - HR4818 RIV CO SALES TAX SHOPP- ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION STIP ADVANCE CON -RIP RIV120201 Total ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2,546 2,546 2,546 7,000 37,396 44,396 7,000 492 492 492 1,497 9,689 11,186 1,497 3,500 450 43,700 47,650 3,950 550 31,555 32,105 13,538 2,497 122,340 138,375 15,485 2016/2017 i 2017/2018 26,800 10,596 9,689 43,700 550 31,555 27,350 95,540 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022] Total' 2,546 44,396 492 11,186 47,650 32,105 138,375 ProjectlD County RIV050535 Riverside SCAB RIV050535 Description: Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin CAX71 60 28.03 PTC ON SR60 BTWN JACK RABBIT TR & SR60/1-10 JCT: PH1-CONST. NEW POTRERO 6 LN OC RAMPS. CONST. WB/EB EXIT & ENTRY RAMPS (2 LNS) & WB/EB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (2 KNOLLS AVE, AND REMOVE WESTERN KNOLLS AVE CONNECTION TO SR60 (EA34142/3 End System Conformity Category Amendment 30.42 S NON -REPORTABLE TCM 0 79,746 Agency BEAUMONT (3 LNS EACH DIR) W/TEMP CONNECT TO WESTERN KNOLLS (EA34141/34143). PH2: NEW IC ON/OFF LNS) (ENTRY RAMPS INCL HOV LANE), INCL EB/WB AUX LNS AT EXIT RAMPS, REALIGN WESTERN 4143). :Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 1,440 1,440 SECTION 129 - SURFACE 1,470 1,470 TRANSPORTATION PRIORITIES 2016/2017 2017/2018 1,440 1,470 2018/2019 [ 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 1,440 1,470 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 43 of 101 'Fund ENG R/W 1 CITY FUNDS RIV131127 Total SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Section 125 - Surface Transportation Priorities SURFACE TRANS PROG STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS RIV050535 Total Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 855 855 855 750 8,929 11,530 2,270 52,502 11,530 2,270 65,946 750 8,929 66,302 13,800 79,746 13,800 750 8,929 8,102 21,546 44,400 44,400 855 750 8,929 66,302 79,746 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV091007 Riverside SCAB Description: RTP ID Program Route Begin 3A04WT047 CAX63 74 11.82 PTC End System Conformity Category Amendment 16.49 S NON-EXEMPT 0 11,500 Agency LAKE ELSINORE IN MID -WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF LAKE ELSINORE: WIDENING OF SR-74 FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES (3 LANES IN EACH DIRECTION), WEST OF 1-15 TO THE ORTEGA MOUNTAINS. OTHER IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE TURN POCKETS AND ONE TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT INTERSECTION OF SR74 (RIVERSIDE DR) AND GRAND AVE (RIV131127). Fund ENG R/W I CONL Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 L CITY FUNDS WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV091007 Total 1,500 1,500 1,500 5,600 4,400 10,000 1,500 5,600 4,400 11,500 1,500 5,600 4,400 5,600 4,400 Total 1,500 10,000 11,500 ProjectlD RIV131127 Description: County Riverside Air BasinModel RTP ID SCAB 3AL204 Program_ Route Begin End System Conformity Category CAX63 74 12.18 12.58 S NON-EXEMPT PTC 3,026 Agency LAKE ELSINORE Amendment IN LAKE ELSINORE - INTERSECTION WIDENING AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION - RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 AT GRAND AVE: WIDEN RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 FROM 3 TO 6 LANES AND GRAND AVENUE FROM 2 TO 4 LANES AND INSTALL TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE T-INTERSECTION OF RIVERSIDE DR/SR74 AT GRAND AVE. CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 266 260 2,500 3,026 266 260 2,500 266 260 2,500 3,026 266 260 2,500 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 L 2021 /2022 Total 3,026 3,026 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV62024 Riverside SCAB RIV62024 CAX63 79 15.78 33.8 S NON-EXEMPT Amendment 0 Description: PTC 1,125,438 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON SR79 IN SOUTHWESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY BETWEEN 2.0 KILOMETERS SOUTH OF DOMENIGONI PKWY TO GILMAN SPRINGS ROAD: REALIGN AND WIDEN SR79 FROM 2 TO 4 THROUGH LANES. (Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 FFY 2006 APPROPRIATIONS EARMARKS DEMO-SAFETEA-LU DEMO - TEA 21 LOCAL -ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION AGENCY BONDS - LOCAL CITY FUNDS WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV62024 Total 693 2,160 4,222 693 693 2,160 2,160 4,222 4,222 24,149 67,000 65,000 156,149 91,149 42,500 166,500 710,000 919,000 142,500 1,055 1,055 1,055 25,659 16,500 42,159 42,159 100,438 250,000 775,000 1,125,438 283,938 65,000 66,500 710,000 66,500 775,000 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/20211 2021/2022 Total' 693 2,160 4,222 156,149 919,000 1,055 42,159 1,125,438 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 44 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County_ Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV071274 Riverside SSAB 3M0717 CAX70 86 18.1 20.1 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 33,000 Agency COACHELLA AT SR86/AVENUE 52: WIDEN AND CONSTRUCT NEW 6 THROUGH LANE IC FROM E/O COACHELLA STORMWATER CHANNEL BRIDGE TO E/O TYLER ST. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE: REALIGN POLK ST AND RELOCATE AVE 52 AND POLK ST INTERSECTION, EXTENDED RAMP ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES, BIKE LANES, SIDEWALKS, AND RECONSTRUCT TRAFFIC SIGNALS (EA: 0C960). Fund ENG RNV CON Total AGENCY 3,500 2,500 27,000 33,000 RIV071274 Total 3,500 2,500 27,000 33,000 Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 3,500 3,500 2018/2019 2,500 2,500 2019/2020 27,000 27,000 2020/2021 Amendment 2021/2022 ( Total 33,000 33,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV061159 Riverside SSAB RIV061159 CAX70 86 19.2 21.6 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 32,160 Agency COACHELLA 0 AT SR86/AVENUE 50: WIDEN AND CONSTRUCT NEW 6THROUGH LANE IC FROM E/O COACHELLA STORMWATER CHANNEL BRIDGE TO E/O TYLER ST. IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE: EXTENDED RAMP ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES, RELOCATE/REALIGN AVE 50 AND TYLER ST, BIKE LANES, SIDEWALKS, AND RECONSTRUCT TRAFFIC SIGNALS (SAFETEA LU 1702, CA583, #2543) (EA: 0C970) 'Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total. DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 800800 800 800 AGENCY 3,300 3,060 25,000 31,360 901 5,459 25,000 31,360 RIV061159 Total 4,100 3,060 25,000 32,160 1,701 5,459 25,000 32,160 ProjectlD County RIV071250 Riverside SCAB 30M0701 Description: Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment CAX62 91 11.55 S TCM Committed 0 PTC 1,311,660 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON SR-91/I-15: SR91 - CONST 1 MF LN (SR71-115)/1 AUX LN VAR LOCS(SR241-PIERCE) (OC PM 14.43-18.91), CD SYSTEM (2/3/4 LNS MAIN-115), 1 TOLL EXPR LN (TEL) & CONVERT HOV TO TEL EA DIR (0C-115); 115- CONST TEL MED DIR CONNCT NB15 TO WB91 AND EB91 TO SB15 1 TEL EA DIR SR91 DIR CONNCT-ONTARIO IC (115 PM 37.56-42.94). Fund TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE & INNOVATION ACT ENG RNV CON 421,054 Total Prior 421,054 421,054 AGENCY 244,240 157,730 412,042 814,012 814,012 RIV CO SALES TAX 37,173 37,173 37,173 NATIONAL HWY SYSTEM - RIP 2,000 2,000 2,000 STATE LOCAL PARTNER 37,173 37,173 37,173 STATE CASH - CT MINOR 248 248 248 PROGRAM RIV071250 Total 244,240 157,730 909,690 1,311,660 1,311,660 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022Total 421,054 814,012 37,173 2,000 37,173 248 1,311,660 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140501 Riverside SCAB REG0704 LUM01 91 .4 .4 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,880 Agency CALTRANS IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY ABOUT 0.4 MILES E/O RIVERSIDE/ORANGE COUNTY LINE, ABOUT 1.8 MI. SW OF PRADO DAM, 0.7 MI. W/O GREEN RIVER RD IC - CONSTRUCT A WILDLIFE CROSSING. Fund AGENCY ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 400 400 400 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 400 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 45 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS STIP ADVANCE CON -RIP RIV140501 Total 1,300 180 1,700 180 Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 1,480 1,480 1,880 1,880 1,480 1,880 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV150930 Riverside SCAB 7120003 Description: IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY, ABOUT 0.4 ,MILES E/0 RIVERSIDE/ORANGE COUNTY Program_ NCR30 CONSTRUCT B CANYON WILDLIFE CROSSING CORRIDOR (PPNO 0071 E) (EA OR010). ;Fund STATE PARK FUNDS STIP ADVANCE CON -RIP RIV150930 Total ENG 400 1,300 1,700 RNV 180 180 CON Total 400 1,480 1,880 Prior 400 1,480 1,880 Route Begin End System Conformity Category 91 .4 .4 S EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 1,880 Agency CALTRANS LINE, ABOUT 1.8 MILES WOUTHWEST OF PRADO DAM AND 0.7 MILES W/O GREEN RIVER RD IC: ProjectlD RIV050102 Description: County Riverside Air Basin SCAB Model RTP ID Program RIV050102 NCR46 Route 91 2016/2017 ammor Begin .6 PTC 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 Amendment 0 2021/2022 Total I 400 1,480 1,880 End System Conformity Category 1.2 S EXEMPT - 93.126 1,832 Agency CALTRANS Amendment 0 GREEN RIVER RD LANDSCAPE ENHANCEMENTS: NEAR CORONA FROM 1.0 KM E/0 ORANGE/RIVERSIDE CNTY LINE TO 1.35 KM W/O SR 71/91 SEP - INSTALL LANDSCAPE ENHANCEMENTS (EA: 45662, PPNO: 0072G) Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total STP ENHANCE-IIP TEA RIV050102 Total 316 4 1,512 1,832 1,832 316 4 1,512 1,832 1,832 1,832 1,832 ProjectlD County RIV070308 Riverside Description: Air Basin Model RTP ID SCAB RIV070308 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment CAX66 91 .6 2.6 S NON-EXEMPT 0 PTC 124,663 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) AT SR91/71 JCT: REPLACE EB 91 TO NB 71 CONNECTOR W/ DIRECT FLY -OVER CONNECTOR, AND RECONSTRUCT THE GREEN RIVER ROAD EB ON -RAMP (EA: OF541) ($1,501/$639/$200 TOLL CREDITS WILL BE USED IN PS&E TO MATCH DEMO-SAFETEALU/DEMO-TEA21/STP RESPECTIVELY. $159 TOLL CREDITS WILL BE USED IN RNV TO MATCH DEMO-SAFETEALU.) Fund FFY 2006 APPROPRIATIONS EARMARKS DEMO-SAFETEA-LU DEMO - TEA 21 SURFACE TRANS PROG SURFACE TRANS PROG - HR4818 AGENCY RIV CO SALES TAX STATE CASH - RIP RIV070308 Total ENG RNV 990 CON Total Prior 2016/20171 990 990 7,504 796 8,300 8,300 3,196 3,196 3,196 1,000 1,000 1,000 739 739 739 2,225 2,225 2,225 102,940 102,940 5,273 5,273 5,273 16,973 4,750 102,940 124,663 21,723 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 102,940 102,940 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 990 8,300 3,196 1,000 739 2,225 102,940 5,273 124,663 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:25 AM Page: 46 of 101 ��I SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA  ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin _Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End RIV131202 Riverside SCAB 3M01 WT022 NCR88 91 15.4 15.7 Description: PTC 1,100 IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - SR-91 AT ADAMS STREET INTERCHANGE RECONSTRUCTION (PA&ED ONLY). System Conformity Category S EXEMPT - 93.127 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF Amendment 0 Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 STP LOCAL 935 935 935 CITY FUNDS 165 165 165 RIV131202 Total 1,100 1,100 1,100 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 935 165 1,100 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151221 Riverside SCAB RIV010212 NCR87 91 18.39 20.69 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 13,000 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIV CO: PACHAPPA UNDERPASS PROJECT - WORK ALONG THE UPRR LINE NEAR THE PACHAPPA UNDERPASS. INCLUDES CONSTRUCTION OF A RETAINING WALL & NEW RAILROAD MAINLINE GRADING & TRACKS AS WELL AS THE REMOVAL OF THE SHOOFLY TRACK, BRIDGE, & ASSOCIATED RETAINING WALLS (SPLIT PROJECT FROM SR-91 HOV RIV010212) Fund ENG R/W CMAQ 575 AGENCY 75 RIV151221 Total 650 CON ; Total I Prior 10,934 11,509 11,509 1,416 1,491 1,491 12,350 13,000 13,000 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021 /202?_I Total', 11,509 1,491 13,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category T Amendment RIV140840 Riverside SSAB 3NL04 NCN27 111 17.84 18.38 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 2,300 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE IN MECCA -GRAPEFRUIT BLVD/4TH ST PED & RDWY SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: ON W/S OF GRAPEFRUIT BLVD B/W 4TH ST & 3,000 FT SOUTH OF 66TH AVE, CONSTRUCT APPROX. 3,500 L.F. OF ASPHALT CONCRETE WALKWAY & 250 L.F. OF CONCRETE S/W, CURB & GUTTER, ADA CURB UPGRADES & WIDENING, TRAFFIC SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION 430 10 1,860 2,300 440 1,860 2,300 PROGRAM -MPO RIV140840 Total 430 10 1,860 2,300 440 1,860 2,300 ProjectlD  County Air Basin Model RIV131001 Riverside SSAB Description: 3AL104 RTP ID Program Route Begin End System _ Conformity Category _ Amendment NCRH1 111 51.6 51.6 S EXEMPT - 93.127 0 PTC 326 Agency PALM SPRINGS IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS - CONSTRUCT A SECOND LEFT TURN LANE (NON -CAPACITY INCREASING) NORTH BOUND ON GENE AUTRY TRAIL AT THE INTERSECTION OF GENE AUTRY TRAIL AND VISTA CHINO (HWY 111) (PM 2.5 BENEFITS .007KG/DAY). Fund CMAQ CITY FUNDS RIV131001 Total ENG 48 48 R/W CON r Total I Prior I 2016/2017 2017/2018 246 246 246 32 80 48 32 278 326 48 278 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 246 80 326 Pr'.nt Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 47 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Progra RIV110122 Riverside SCAB 3M0738 CAX63 Description: ON 1-215 IN SW RIVERSIDE COUNTY FROM ONE AND ONE-HALF MILES N/O MURRIETA IN THE MEDIAN AND AUX-LANE FROM MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS SB ENTRANCE RAMP TO 4 LANES) (EA: OF163). Fund STP LOCAL AGENCY SHOPP ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION (AC) - CT MINOR RIV110122 Total ProjectlD RIV100107 ENG R/W 1,215 399 10 990 10 CON m Route Begin 215 7.5 End System Conformity Category Amendment 11 S NON-EXEMPT 0 PTC 14,874 Agency CALTRANS HOT SPRINGS RD TO FRENCH VALLEY PKWY OFFRAMP: CONSTRUCT A THIRD MIXED -FLOW LANE TO ONE-HALF MILE S/O FRENCH VALLEY PKWY OFF -RAMP (WIDEN) 1215/1-15 SEPARATION FROM 2 Total Prior 1,215 409 1,000 2,604 20 2,624 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 1,215 399 990 2021/2022 Total', 1,215 10 409 10 1,000 2,604 20 2,624 County Air Basin Model RTP ID Riverside SCAB 3M10WT03 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category CAX71 215 14.1 15.26 S NON-EXEMPT Amendment 0 Description: PTC 21,300 Agency MURRIETA IN SW RIVERSIDE CO. I-215/KELLER RD. IC: REPLACE EXISTING 2-LN I-215/KELLER RD. UNDERPASS WITH A NEW 4-LN (2 LNS IN EA DIR), AUX LANES AT THE SB OFF -RAMP & NB OFF - RAMP (APPROX. 2,400'), ADD 3-LN NB/SB OFF RAMPS, 2-LN NB/SB ON -RAMPS W/HOV, SWs, AND TWO 2-LN TRAFFIC CIRCLES AT THE RAMP TERMINI, AND REALIGN ANTELOPE RD APPROX 1/4 MI EAST. Fund ENG R/W CON BONDS - LOCAL DEVELOPER FEES RIV100107 Total 14,300 2,000 5,000 2,000 5,000 14,300 Total 14,300 7,000 21,300 Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 13,000 1,300 1,000 1,000 5,000 1,000 1,000 5,000 13,000 1,300 14,300 7,000 21,300 Project) D County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV070309 Riverside SCAB RIV070309 CAX63 215 14.2 28.5 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 123,502 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON 1-215 IN SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY FROM SCOTT RD TO NUEVO RD IC: CONSTRUCT A MIXED FLOW LANE IN EACH DIRECTION AND RECONSTRUCT AUX LANES BETWEEN D ST IC AND NUEVO RD IC (EA: OF162) 'Fund ENG, R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 RIV CO SALES TAX 12,400 3,210 3,721 19,331 19,331 CORRIDOR MOBILITY PROGRAM STATE CASH - RIP 9,392 STIP ADVANCE CON -RIP RIV070309 Total ProjectlD RIV011232 38,779 38,779 38,779 9,392 9,392 56,000 56,000 56,000 21,792 3,210 98,500 123,502 123,502 Total 19,331 38,779 9,392 56,000 123,502 County _Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System _ Conformity Category Riverside SCAB RIV011232 CAX62 215 14.8 16.2 S NON -REPORTABLE TCM Description: PTC 66,031 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY Amendment 0 AT I-215/SCOTT RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN FROM 2 TO 6 THROUGH LANES BTWN E/O ANTELOPE RD & HAUN RD, RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS - NB EXIT 2 TO 3 LNS, NB ENTRY 1 TO 3 LNS, SB EXIT 2 TO 4 LNS, SB ENTRY 1 TO 2 LNS, ADD NB EXIT LOOP RAMP (2 LNS) & SB ENTRY RAMP (3 LNS), ENTRY RAMPS INCLUDE HOV LN, RAMPS INCLUDE EXTENDED ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LNS ADD EXTENDED RIGHT -TURN LNS (EA: 0A020) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 ! 2021/2022I Total COUNTY RIV011232 Total 4,161 13,090 48,780 66,031 17,251 4,161 13,090 48,780 66,031 17,251 48,780 66,031 48,780 66,031 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 48 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV050534 Riverside SCAB RIV050534 CARH3 215 17.4 19.3 S NON -REPORTABLE TCM 0 Description: PTC 36,450 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT I-215/NEWPORT RD IC: RECONSTRUCTNVIDEN FROM 4 TO 6 THROUGH LANES BETWEEN HAUN RD AND ANTELOPE RD, RELOCATE NB AND SB EXIT RAMPS (3 LANES), RECONFIGURE NB & SB ENTRY RAMPS TO INCLUDE HOV LANE, ADD NEW NB AND SB LOOP ENTRY RAMPS (2 LANES), INCLUDE EXTENDED RAMP ACCELERATION/DECELERATION LANES, ADD EXTENDED DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES (EA: 0J440) Fund ENG RNV CON Totall Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total STP LOCAL 14,625 COUNTY 350 17,875 WESTERN RIV TUMF 3,500 100 RIV050534 Total 3,500 450 32,500 14,625 14,625 18,225 18,225 3,600 3,600 36,450 36,450 14,625 18,225 3,600 36,450 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151219 Riverside SCAB REG0701 CAX72 215 17.5 17.5 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 18,800 Agency MENIFEE IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN MENIFEE: CONSTRUCT NEW HOLLAND AVE 4-LANE OC (2 LNS IN EA DIR) OVER 1-215 AND ANTELOPE RD. PROJECT INCLUDES REALIGNMENT OF WILLOWOOD WAY, RESTRIPING OF HANOVER LANE AND ALBION LANE AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN ACCESS ROAD FOR BUSINESS ON THE WEST SIDE OF 1-215 EA 1 F980). Fund ENG RNV CON Total j Prior 2016/2017 ; 2017/2018 2018/2019 I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total'. CITY FUNDS 1,600 1,700 15,500 18,800 3,300 15,500 18,800 RIV151219 Total 1,600 1,700 15,500 18,800 3,300 15,500 18,800 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV151218 Riverside SCAB RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 3M0719 CARH3 215 20.3 21.3 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 31,350 Agency MENIFEE IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN MENIFEE: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN 1-215 IC AT MC CALL BLVD. - WIDEN IC FROM 4 TO 6 LANES (SUN CITY BLVD TO EASTERLY OF ENCANTO DR), WIDEN ENTRY RAMPS (RAMP METERED / NON HOV PREFERENTIAL LANE), WIDEN EXIT RAMPS (DUAL LEFT @ SB & DUAL RIGHT @ NB WITH MCCALL), ADD DUAL LEFT -TURN AND DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LANES (EA 1 F700). Fund AGENCY RIV151218 Total ENG RNV CON Total 3,350 6,000 22,000 31,350 3,350 6,000 22,000 31,350 Prior 3,350 3,350 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total4 6,000 22,000 31,350 6,000 22,000 31,350 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV060111 Riverside SCAB RIV060111 NCR88 215 22.43 23.09 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 12,000 Agency PERRIS IN MID WESTERN -RIVERSIDE CO IN THE CITY OF PERRIS - I-215/ETHANAC RD IC IMP.: IC OPERATIONAL IMP. OF THE NB & SB OFF RAMPS @ I-215/ETHANAC RD AND ON ETHANAC ON EITHER SIDE OF 1-215 FOR UP TO 1,200 FT. IMPROVEMENTS CONSIST OF THE WIDENING OF THE ON AND OFF RAMPS TO PROVIDE LEFT AND RIGHT TURN POCKETS, T.S. UPGRADE AT THE RAMP TERMINI & WIDEN OC 2 TO 4 LANES WITH TURN LANES. [fund ENG CITY FUNDS 2,000 RIV060111 Total 2,000 RNV CON 10,000 Total Prior' 2016/2017; 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 r 2020/20211 2021/20221 Total' 12,000 500 500 1,000 10,000 12,000 10,000 12,000 500 500 1,000 10,000 12,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 49 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091012 Riverside SCAB 3M04WT009 CAX75 215 23.04 24.04 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 21,000 Agency PERRIS IN MID -WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF PERRIS - CASE ROAD/MATTHEWS RD. (SR-74) AT 1-215 INTERCHANGE: RECONFIGURATION OF THE EXISTING CASE RD/MATTHEWS RD. (SR-74) AT I-215 IC, IMPROVING THE INTERSECTION OPERATIONS AND ELIMINATING CROSS TRAFFIC CONFLICTS ON THE SB RAMPS, WIDEN MATTHEWS RD FROM 2/3 LANES TO 4 LANES FROM CASE RD TO TRUMBLE RD (EA: OP420). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Priori 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total'', CITY FUNDS RIV091012 Total 3,000 3,000 15,000 21,000 3,000 18,000 3,000 3,000 15,000 21,000 3,000 18,000 21,000 21,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV131003 Riverside SCAB 3M04WT014 CAX75 215 27.3 28.3 S NON-EXEMPT Description: PTC 13,000 Agency PERRIS Amendment 0 IN CENTRAL RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF PERRIS - 1-215 AT NUEVO INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS: WIDENING OF OC FROM 4 TO 6 LANES (3 LANES IN EA DIRECTION) AND WIDENING OF NB AND SB ENTRY RAMP FROM 2 TO 3 LANES. ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE SIDEWALK INSTALLATION ON BOTH SIDES OF THE OC. Fund 1 ENG R/W I CON I Total Prior 2016/2017 k 2017/2018 2018/2019I 2019/20201 2020/2021 J 2021/2022j Total' 1,000 1,000 2,000 CITY FUNDS 1,000 1,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF 1,000 1,000 R1V131003 Total 2,000 2,000 1,000 1,000 2,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV131006 Riverside SCAB 3M04WT014 NCR88 215 27.3 28.3 S NON-EXEMPT 0 Description: PTC 4,100 Agency PERRIS IN THE CITY OF PERRIS -1-215 AT NUEVO RD IC IMP.: WIDENING OF NB AND SB OFF RAMPS FROM 2 TO 3 LNS, ADD. OF WB RT TURN LN ONTO THE NB 1-215 ON RAMP (WID. FROM 2 TO 3 LANES, 2 EXIST. THRU LNS + 1 NEW RT TURN LN), AND ADDITION OF WB LEFT TURN LN ONTO SB 1-215 ON RAMP (WID. FROM 3 TO 4 LNS - 2 THRU EXIST LNS, 1 LEFT TURN LN + 1 NEW LEFT TURN LANE) & SW INSTALL E/O OC. Fund ENG CITY FUNDS 500 1,700 WESTERN RIV TUMF 300 RIV CO SALES TAX 1,600 3,600 RIV131006 Total 500 Total 2,200 300 1,600 4,100 Prior 2,200 300 1,600 4,100 2016/2017'I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 2,200 300 1,600 4,100 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071276 Riverside SCAB 3H07A CAX62 215 27.89 38.92 S NON-EXEMPT 0 PTC 212,500 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON 1-215 FROM NUEVO RD TO BOX SPRINGS RD: CONSTRUCT 2 HOV LANES (1 LANE IN EACH DIRECTION) - PA&ED. Description: R/W CON Fund RIV CO SALES TAX RIV071276 Total ENG R/W 8,000 8,000 CON Total 8,000 8,000 Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 8,000 8,000 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 8,000 8,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 50 of 101 ��,i SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV050533 Riverside SCAB RIV050533 CARH3 215 35.4 36.2 S NON -REPORTABLE TCM 0 Description: PTC 65,370 Agency MORENO VALLEY AT I-215/CACTUS AVE IC: WIDEN IC FROM 3 TO 6 THRU LNS (EB FROM 2 TO 3 BTWN W/O BNSF RR TO 1300' E/O VETERANS WAY, ADD 4TH EB LANE FROM NB EXIT RAMP TO E/O ELSWORTH ST, WIDEN WB FROM 1&2 TO 3 THRU LNS FROM COMMERCE CENTER DR TO BNSF RR), WIDEN RAMPS 1 TO 2&3 LNS (ENTRY RAMPS INCL HOV), EXTEND NB AUX LN BTWN ALESSANDRO BLVD SOUTH TO CACTUS AVE NB ENTRY LOOP RAMP & ADD DEDICATED RT-TURN LNS (EA0E760) 'Fund ! ENG RNV CON Totali Prior 2016/20171 2017/20182018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021, 2021/2022 Total'. DEVELOPER FEES 22,300 22,300 22,300 22,300 WESTERN RIVTUMF 12,370 5,700 2,500 20,570 1,800 16,270 2,500 20,570 RIV050533 Total 12,370 5,700 24,800 42,870 1,800 16,270 24,800 42,870 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment 0121 D Riverside SCAB 0121 D CAX62 215 37.7 43.9 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 782,720 Agency CALTRANS ON 1-215/SR91/SR60, RIV 1215 COR IMPROV PROJ - FROM 60/91/215 JCT TO 60/215 SPLIT - WIDEN 6 TO 8 LNS, INCLUDING MAINLINE/IC IMPROVS, ADD HOV, AUX, & SB TRUCK CLIMB LN, AND LANDSCAPING (EA: 3348U1, 33486, 33487, and 33488). MAINLINE COMPLETE - THIS PROJECT LISTING IS ONLY FOR REMAINING LANDSCAPE AND GARVEE. [Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total i CMAQ 24,002 24,002 24,002 24,002 STP LOCAL 31,040 31,040 31,040 31,040 RIV CO SALES TAX 26,061 26,061 26,061 26,061 NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM 291,109 291,109 291,109 291,109 (GARVEE) SURFACE TRANS PROG - 68,330 171,670 240,000 240,000 240,000 GARVEE NATIONAL HWY SYSTEM - IIP 2,101 17,804 19,905 19,905 19,905 NATIONALHWYSYSTEM - RIP 6,685 1,997 33,105 41,787 41,787 41,787 STATE CASH - IIP 3,932 3,932 3,932 3,932 STP-GRANDFATHER RIP 14,148 36,549 18,913 69,610 69,610 69,610 TRAFFIC CONGESTION RELIEF 35,274 35,274 35,274 35,274 0121D Total 22,934 106,876 652,910 782,720 782,720 782,720 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIVLS01 Riverside SCAB 3GR104 SHPO4 999 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 191,562 Agency CALTRANS GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP COLLISION REDUCTION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS. Fund SHOPP- ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION RIVLS01 Total ENG RAN CON Total Prior 191,562 191,562 19,240 191,562 191,562 19,240 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/201 J 2019/2020 L 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 27,709 144,613 191,562 27,709 144,613 191,562 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM, Page: 51 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS i Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIVLS02 Riverside SSAB REG0701 SHP03 999 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 391,403 Agency CALTRANS GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - SHOPP ROADWAY PRESERVATION PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION, EMERGENCY RELIEF (23 USC 125), WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES) Fund SHOPP-ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION RIVLS02 Total ENG R/W CON Total Prior 391,403 391,403 120,529 391,403 391,403 120,529 2016/2017 40,477 40,477 2017/2018 230,397 230,397 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 391,403 391,403 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID _ Program Route Begin End System _ Conformity Category _ Amendment RIVLS06 Riverside SSAB 30M0701 SHPO4 999 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 19,654 Agency CALTRANS GROUPED PROJECTS FOR BRIDGE REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION - SHOPP PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 - WIDENING NARROW PAVEMENTS OR RECONSTRUCTING BRIDGES (NO ADDITIONAL TRAVEL LANES). Fund ENG R/W CON I Total] Prior 2016/20172017/2018 I 2018/2019 i 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total SHOPP - ADVANCE 19,654 19,654 9,626 10,028 19,654 CONSTRUCTION RIVLSO6 Total 19,654 19,654 9,626 10,028 19,654 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIVLS08 Riverside SCAB Description: Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category 3GR104 SHP01 999 S EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 12,255 Agency CALTRANS Amendment 0 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS, SHOULDER IMPROVEMENTS, PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION - MINOR PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSISTANCE OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PROJECTS AT INDVL INTERSCTN, (DESCRIPTION CONT. IN COMMENTS) Fund I ENG R/W CON TotalL Prior 2016/2017, 2017/2018I 2018/2019L 2019/2020I 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' SHOPP - ADVANCE 12,255 12,255 12,255 12,255 CONSTRUCTION RIVLS08 Total 12,255 12,255 12,255 12,255 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIVLS09 Riverside SCAB REG0702 SHPO4 999 S EXEMPT - 93.126 Amendment 0 Description: PTC 10,822 Agency CALTRANS GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP MANDATES PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS Fund ENG R/W CON Total' Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' SHOPP- ADVANCE 10,822 10,822 4,417 6,405 10,822 CONSTRUCTION RIVLS09 Total 10,822 10,822 4,417 6,405 10,822 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 52 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIVLS10 Riverside SCAB 3GR104 SHPO4 999 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 40,821 Agency CALTRANS GROUPED PROJECTS FOR SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS - SHOPP MOBILITY PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2&3 - RR/HWY CROSSING, SAFER NON -FED -AID SYSTEM RDS, SHOULDR IMPRVMNTS, TRAFFIC CNTRL DEVICES/OPERATING ASSIST OTHER THAN SIGNALS, INTERSCTN SIGNAL PRJCTS AT INDVL INTERSCTNS, PVMNT MARKING DEMO, TCL OUTSIDE THE UA, LIGHTING IMPRVMNTS, EMERGENCY TRUCK PULLOVERS Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior SHOPP - ADVANCE 40,821 40,821 37,937 CONSTRUCTION RIVLS10 Total 40,821 40,821 37,937 2016/2017 2017/2018 2,884 2,884 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 40,821 40,821 ProjectlD - County - Air Basin Model RTP ID - Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIVLS12 Riverside SCAB REG0701 SHP03 999 S EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 16,095 Agency CALTRANS GROUPED PROJECTS FOR EMERGENCY REPAIR - SHOPP EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLE 2 - REPAIR DAMAGE CAUSED BY NATURAL DISASTERS, CIVIL UNREST, OR TERRORIST ACTS. APPLIES TO DAMAGES THAT DO NOT QUALIFY FOR FED EMERGENCY RELIEF FUNDS OR TO DAMAGES THAT QUALIFY FOR FED EMERGENCY RELIEF FUNDS BUT EXTEND BEYOND THE FEDERALLY DECLARED DISASTER PERIOD. Fund ENG RNV CON SHOPP-ADVANCE 16,095 CONSTRUCTION RIVLS12 Total Total Prior 16,095 16,095 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 1 2020/2021 2021/2022j Total 16,095 16,095 16,095 16,095 16,095 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIVLSI3 Riverside SCAB Description: RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category REG0701 SHP03 999 S EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 13,556 Agency CALTRANS Amendment 0 GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION ON THE STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM - HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3 - PAVEMENT RESURFACING AND/OR REHABILITATION Fund ENG NATIONAL HWY SYSTEM - HM STATE CASH - HM RIVLS13 Total RNV CON Total Prior 9,553 9,553 9,553 4,003 4,003 4,003 13,556 13,556 13,556 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 9,553 4,003 13,556 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amendment RIV151104 Riverside SCAB 31TS0717 TDM24 999 S TCM 0 Description: PTC 17,122 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) FREEWAY SERVICE PATROL - CONTINUING IMPLEMENTATION OF FREEWAY SERVICE PATROL ON SR91 (ORANGE CO LINE TO 60/91/215), SR60 (MILLIKEN TO MAIN), SR60/1-215 IC TO THEODORE, 1-215 (RIVERSIDE COUNTY LINE TO SR-74/4TH ST), 1-15 (HIDDEN VALLEY PKWY TO SR60), AND ON 1-15 (MAGNOLIA AVE TO INDIAN TRUCK TR). Fund ENG RNV' CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022, Total AGENCY 7,522 7,522 882 1,198 1,297 1,297 1,424 1,424 7,522 STATE CASH 9,600 9,600 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,600 9,600 R1V151104 Total 17,122 17,122 2,482 2,798 2,897 2,897 3,024 3,024 17,122 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 53 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091210 Riverside SCAB REG0702 PAR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 260 Agency CORONA IN CORONA - PURCHASE THREE REPLACEMENT TYPE II CNG PARATRANSIT DIAL -A -RIDE BUSES W/LIFTS, FAREBOXES, SECURITY CAMERAS, COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT & ACCESSORIES (FEDERAL APPROPRIATION THROUGH HR 3288, FFY 2009/2010 - FTA 5309). Fund i ENGI R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/202jij 2020/20211 2021/202_2_1 Total' FTA 5309(c) BUS 208 208 208 208 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 52 52 52 52 RIV091210 Total 260 260 260 260 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV061143 Riverside SCAB RIV061143 TRR15 Description: RCTC'S SHARE OF OCTA's FY 07 REHAB AND RENOVATION (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 75 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) [Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR TDA ARTICLE #4 RIV061143 Total ENG R/W I CON 1 Total Prior 60 60 60 15 15 15 75 75 75 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020_1 2020/2021i 2021/2022 Total 60 15 75 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090301 Riverside SCAB 3CR104 RAN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 4,786 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) METROLINK POSITIVE TRAIN CONTROL (PTC): SYSTEM WIDE IMPLEMENTATION OF PTC - JOINT PROJECT FUNDED BY LACMT, OCTA, SANBAG, AND VCTC (RCTC PROGRAMMING ONLY ITS SHARE OF THE PROJECT COST) (FY 09 - ARRA FTA 5307). Fund AR-5307 ARRA - FTA 5307 RIV090301 Total ENG R/W CON 4,786 4,786 Total 4,786 4,786 Prior 4,786 4,786 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 4,786 4,786 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090601 Riverside SCAB 3CR104 TRR15 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 3,377 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) REHABILITATION/RENOVATION OF METROLINK TRACK, SIGNALS, COMMUNICATIONS, STRUCTURES, FACILITIES, SYSTEMS, & ROLLING STOCK, INC. REPLACEMENT OF LOCOMOTIVES WITH TIER-4 TECH. UTILIZATION OF TOLL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS TO MATCH FTA 5307 & FTA5309(A) IN CONSTRUCTION IS AS FOLLOWS: $245 IN FY 11 FOR FTA 5307 & 5309(A); $251 IN FY 12 FOR FTA 5307. ;Fund i I ENG R/W CON 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 2,877 FTA 5309(a) GUIDEWY 500 RIV090601 Total 3,377 Total Prior 2,877 2,877 500 500 3,377 3,377 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 2,877 500 3,377 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 54 of 101 r SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP_ ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110914 Riverside SCAB REG0702 VEN02 T TCM 0 Description: PTC 220 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN RIVERSIDE AND SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY — FOR RIVERSIDE — SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY INDIAN HEALTH, INC.: PURCHASE OF FIVE MINI -VANS FOR SERVICE EXPANSION (FTA 5310 - FFYS 10 & 11) ($25 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). Fund ENG R/W 5310 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI RIV110914 Total CON 220 220 Total 220 220 Prior 220 220 2016/2017 2017/2018! 2018/2019! 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total', 220 220 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV111207 Riverside SCAB 3160053 TDR64 T TCM 0 Description: PTC 1,585 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - CONTINUE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PARK-N-RIDE FACILITIES THROUGH PROPERTY LEASES (VARIOUS LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE WESTERN COUNTY). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Priori 2016/20172017/2018 AGENCY 1,585 1,585 460 175 180 RIV111207 Total 1,585 1,585 460 175 180 185 190 195 200 1,585 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 2018/2019J 2019/2020 185 190 195 200 1,585 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category — _ Amendment RIV120101 Riverside SCAB 3CR104 CON07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 24,281 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) RCTC COMMUTER RAIL SYSTEMATIC IMP. OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMT: REHAB OF RCTC'S COMM. RAIL IN COORDINATION W/METROLINK, INCLUDING REHAB OF TRACK, SIGNALS, COMMUNICATION, MECHANICAL & LAYOVER FACILITIES, ROLLING STOCK (LOCOMOTIVES/PASSENGER RAIL CARS), TVMs, DEV. OF PTC IN SO. CA., & IMPS, EXPANSION, AND REHAB OF METROLINK STATION PARKING AND FACILITIES ($2,073 TC USED IN FY14 AND $2,783 TC IN FY15) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior FTA 5309(a) GUIDEWY 12,649 12,649 12,649 5337RS RIVERSIDE-SAN 11,632 11,632 11,632 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA RIV120101 Total 24,281 24,281 24,281 2016/2017 2017/2018 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV130803 Riverside SCAB RTP ID REG0702 Program BUR16 Description: PTC 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 12,649 11,632 24,281 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 289 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN RIVERSIDE CO - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES & RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) ($37 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS) Fund ENG 5310 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI RIV130803 Total R/W CON Total Prior 289 289 289 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 289 289 289 289 289 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 55 of 101 FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM AGENCY RIV140202 Total SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin_ Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130804 Riverside SSAB REG0702 BUN93 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 421 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN RIVERSIDE CO - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES & RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) ($54 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018j 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5310 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI 421 421 421 421 RIV130804 Total 421 421 421 421 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130806 Riverside SCAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126, EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) (1K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDITS USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017. 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5310 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI RIV130806 Total 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ProjectlD County RIV140202 Riverside Description: Air Basin SCAB Model RTP ID REG0702 Program B0000 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 97 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR CARE -A -VAN TRANSIT: MOBILITY MANAGEMENT TO ENHANCE TRANSPORTATION DELIVERY SERVICES FOR CARE-A-VAN'S HOPE BUS FROM JARC. Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 87 87 87 87 10 97 10 97 10 97 10 97 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV141203 Riverside SCAB 3CR104 CON07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 17,895 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) Description: RCTC COMMUTER RAIL UPGRADES: IN COORDINATION W/ METROLINK TO IMPROVE PASSENGER ACCESS (STATION PLATFORMS, PED BRIDGES, WALKWAYS, BIKE PATHS & STORAGE); TRACK AND LAYOVER FACILITIES; TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES (TIX VENDING MACHINES, INFO KIOSKS, SIGNAGE); & SAFETY/SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS (FENCING & ACCESS CONTROL TO THE PLATFORMS, LIGHTING). ($3,579K TC FOR FY15) !Fund 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA RIV141203 Total ENG RAN CON 17,895 Total! 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[Fund ENG R/W I CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 L 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 5310 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI 49 49 49 RIV150304 Total 49 49 49 2021/20221 Totals, 49 49 ProjectlD RIV150305 Description: County Riverside Air Basin Model SSAB RTP ID Program REG0702 PA000 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 60 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR ANGEL VIEW - TO PROVIDE DOOR TO DOOR TRANSPORTATION TO CLIENTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES. (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($30K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION FOR FTA 5310). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019i 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 53101C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 60 60 60 60 URBANIZED AREA - EM RIV150305 Total 60 60 60 60 ProjectlD RIV150310 Description: County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID SSAB REG0702 Program PA000 PTC IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR DESERT BLIND AND HANDICAPPED ASSOCIATION - TO PROVIDE DOOR TO 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($24K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION FOR FTA 5310). System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 49 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) DOOR TRANSPORTATION TO CLIENTS WITH DISABILITIES (FTA 5310 - FFY [Fund ENG1 R/W] CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 53101C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 49 49 49 URBANIZED AREA - EM RIV150310 Total 49 49 49 2018/2019 2019/2020] 2020/2021 L2021 /2022 Total 49 49 ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV150601 Riverside SCAB Model RTP ID Program REG0702 RA000 Description: PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 20,000 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RCTC: OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR START UP OF PERRIS VALLEY LINE ($2.294M TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT CREDIT TO MATCH 5307-TRANSFER FROM FHWA). Fund 5307-TR FTA 5307 (FHWA TRANSFER FUNDS) RIV150601 Total ENG I RANI CON Total Prior 2016/2017 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 20,000 20,000 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 58 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands Project _ County RIV151002 Riverside Description: IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY (PA&ED ONLY) Fund PUBLIC TRANS MODERINAZATION IMP AND SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. RIV151002 Total Air Basin SSAB Model RTP ID 100705 Program PLN40 PTC 4,200 System T Agency Conformity Category Amendment - - --- --_ ...-..__.--------- EXEMPT - 93.126 0 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) FOR CVAG - FEASIBILITY STUDY TO DETERMINE LOCATIONS FOR PROPOSED INTERCITY RAIL CORRIDOR FROM DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES TO INDIO. 1 ENG 4,200 4,200 RNV CON' Total Prior2016/2017 4,200 4,200 4,200 4,200 2017/2018 i 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total '� 4,200 4,200 ProjectlD County RIV520109 Riverside Description: RECONSTRUCT & UPGRADE [Fund CMAQ STP LOCAL 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 5307-TR FTA 5307 (FHWA TRANSFER FUNDS) FTA 5309(b) NEW RAIL RIV CO SALES TAX SURFACE TRANS PROG - RIP RIV520109 Total Air Basin SCAB Model _ RTP ID Program RIV520109 RAN92 System Conformity Category Amendment T TCM Committed 0 PTC 248,251 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) SAN JACINTO BRANCH LINE FOR RAIL PASSENGER SERVICE (RIVERSIDE TO PERRIS) (PERRIS VALLEY LINE) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN). EN1 R/W1 CON! Totali Prior! 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 4,423 4,423 4,423 4,423 500 500 500 500 26,157 26,157 26,157 26,157 2,196 29,895 32,091 32,091 32,091 1,960 73,040 75,000 75,000 13,028 20,731 23,343 57,102 57,102 52,978 52,978 52,978 43,841 20,731 183,679 248,251 248,251 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model 75,000 57,102 52,978 248,251 RTP ID Program RIV520111 Riverside SCAB Description: REGIONAL RIDESHARE - CONTINUING PROGRAM. [Fund j ENGL RNV; CMAQ STP LOCAL RIV CO SALES TAX SURFACE TRANS PROG - RIP RIV520111 Total RIV520111 TDM20 PTC System T 12,857 Agency _CON 2,390 820 8,427 1,220 12,857 Total 2,390 820 8,427 1,220 12,857 Prior 2,390 820 8,427 1,220 12,857 2016/201711 2017/2018 Conformity Category Amendment TCM 0 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 1 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 2,390 820 8,427 1,220 12,857 ProjectlD County Air Basin Conformity Category Amendment RIV041021 Riverside SCAB Description: PTC BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) ENHANCEMENTS: TRANSIT SIGNAL PRIORITIZATION, ADVERTISING, MARKETING, PLACEMENT/LOGISTICS OF BRT INFRASTRUCTURE, STUDIES, ETC. FOR BRT DEVELOPMENT & IMPLEMENTATION (FY 05 5307) Fund I ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017] 2017/2018L 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total, 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 71 71 Model RTP ID Program 3TR04A PLN40 71 71 System T 89 Agency EXEMPT - 93.126 RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 59 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 18 18 18 RIV041021 Total 89 89 89 18 89 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV041028 Riverside SCAB REG0702 NCR10 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,124 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) AMENITIES (E.G. SIGNS, ATIS KIOSKS, SHELTER MATERIALS, ETC.) FOR VARIOUS BRT STOPS. Fund FTA 5309(c) BUS AGENCY RIV041028 Total ENG R/W CON Total Prior 485 485 485 639 639 639 1,124 1,124 1,124 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total' 485 639 1,124 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV061142 Riverside SCAB RIV061142 BUN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 290 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE DIRECT TV & WIFI ON COMMUTER LINK FOR ENHANCED COMMUTER TRAVEL (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) Fund ENG 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV061142 Total R/W CON Total 232 232 58 58 290 290 Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018I 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total 232 232 58 58 290 290 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071218 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN06 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 350 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY PURCHASE SCHEDULING AND RUNCUTTING SOFTWARE FOR IMPROVED OPERATIONS COST/BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF TRIP TIMES, REVENUE HOURS, HEADWAYS, OPERATOR PAY SHEETS, ETC. (FY 07 5307 & FY 09 5307 ). Fund ENG i R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018] 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 280 280 280 280 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 70 70 70 70 RIV071218 Total 350 350 350 350 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV080928 Riverside SCAB RIV080928 TRN09 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 379 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: UPGRADE AND REPLACE ORACLE SERVERS AND IMPLEMENT A DATA CENTER SERVER VIRTUALIZATION SYSTEM IN RIVERSIDE CONNECTED WITH A LIVE REPLICATED DISASTER RECOVERY SITE IN HEMET (FY 09 5307). 0 1 Fund ENG 1 R/W CON I Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 303 303 303 303 AGENCY 76 76 76 76 RIV080928 Total 379 379 379 379 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:26 AM Page: 60 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County _ Air Basin Model RTP ID Program i, _.i.ii System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090606 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN08 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 65 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - REVENUE VEHICLE SYSTEMS: PURCHASE GFI FAREBOX UPGRADE (BV-8) (FY 10 5307) (UZA: RIV/SAN). Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 , 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total! 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 52 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 13 RIV090606 Total 65 52 52 13 13 65 65 52 13 65 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090608 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRRO6 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 170 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - INFORMATION SYSTEMS: REPLACEMENT AND UPGRADES OF TELEPHONE SYSTEM AND MICROSOFT EXCHANGE SERVER IN THE RIVERSIDE AND HEMET FACILITIES(FY 10 5307) (UZA: RIV/SAN). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV090608 Total ENG RNV CON 136 34 170 Total 136 34 170 Prior L 2016/2017 136 34 170 2017/201J 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 136 34 170 ProjectlD County_ Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category _ _ Amendment RIV090609 Riverside SCAB 3TL807 ITS01 T TCM Committed 0 Description: PTC 740 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: INSTALL ADVANCE TRAVELER INFORMATION SYSTEMS (ATIS) ON VARIOUS FIXED ROUTE VEHICLES AND INSTALLATION OF ELECTRONIC MESSAGE SIGNS AT APPROX. 60 BUS STOPS (FY 's 05, 07, 08, 09, and 10 - 5309). Fund l ENG RNV CONI Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018I 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total FTA 5309(c) BUS 490 490 490 490 WESTERN RIV TUMF 250 250 250 250 RIV090609 Total 740 740 740 740 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV091211 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 71,575 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET. Fund ENG R/W M CON Total Prior 2016/2017 j 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 CLEAN FUEL FORMULA 2,400 2,400 2,400 2,400 FTA 5309(c) BUS 1,400 1,400 1,400 1,400 AGENCY 1,208 1,208 1,208 1,208 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 15,500 15,500 15,500 15,500 PUBLIC TRANS 32,510 32,510 32,510 32,510 MODERINAZATION IMP AND SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:27 AM Page: 61 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV091211 Total Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 15,557 15,557 15,557 71,575 71,575 71,575 15,557 71,575 ProjectlD RIV110402 Description: IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA County_ Air Basin Model Riverside SCAB RTP ID REG0702 Program B0000 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 1,264 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY - JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM: EXTENDED SERVICE PROGRAM (FTA 5316, FY'S 09 AND 10). Amendment 0 1Fund FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM FARE REVENUE LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV CO SALES TAX RIV110402 Total ENG R/W CON 600 101 383 180 1,264 Total Prior! 2016/2017 i 600 600 101 383 180 1,264 101 383 180 1,264 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 600 101 383 180 1,264 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV110403 Riverside SCAB REG0702 Description: Program B0000 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 1,399 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - JOB ACCESS AND REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM OPERATING ASSISTANCE: COMMUTER LINK SERVICES - ROUTES 212 AND 217 (UZAs: HEM/SAN JAC + TEM/MURR) (FTA 5316, FY'S 09 AND 10). ,Fund ENG R/W FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM FARE REVENUE LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV CO SALES TAX RIV110403 Total CON 669 102 415 213 1,399 Total Prior! 2016/2017 2017/2018 669 669 102 415 213 1,399 102 415 213 1,399 ProjectlD County RIV110404 Riverside SCAB REG0702 Description: Air Basin Model RTP ID Program 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 669 102 415 213 1,399 System Conformity Category PA000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 820 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR RIVERSIDE COUNTY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOR DIRECTLY OPERATED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES - SPECIALIZED NON -EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (FTA 5317, FY'S 09 AND 10). I Fund ENG WWI CON Total Prior 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021 /20221 Total FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM 423 423 423 PROGRAM AGENCY 397 RIV110404 Total 820 397 397 820 820 423 397 820 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:27 AM Page: 62 of 101 Fund ! ENG 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR FTA 5309(c) BUS LOCAL TRANS FUNDS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County RIV110405 Riverside SCAB 3TL104 Description: IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: Air Basin Model RTP ID Program PA000 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 616 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY MOBILITY MANAGEMENT AND TRAVEL TRAINING PROGRAM (FTA 5316 and 5317, FY'S 09 AND 10). Amendment 0 I Fund ENG FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM PROGRAM LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV CO SALES TAX RIV110405 Total R/W CON 250 249 59 58 616 Total Prior 250 250 249 249 59 59 58 58 616 616 2016/2017 2017/2018 L 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022_1 Total', 250 249 59 58 616 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV110410 Riverside SCAB Description: 3TL104 RTP ID Program PA000 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 30 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: DRIVER SENSITIVITY TRAINING FOR CARE CONNEXXUS, INC. (FTA 5317, FY'S 09 AND 10). Amendment 0 Fund FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM PROGRAM AGENCY RIV110410 Total ENG R/W 1 CON 24 6 30 Total Prior 24 24 6 6 30 30 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022j Total 24 6 30 I ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV110818 Riverside SCAB Description: REG0702 BUR17 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 1,577 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA — REPLACEMENT REVENUE VEHICLES FOR CONTRACTED OPERATIONS: PURCHASE OF NINE (9) BUSES - THREE (3) COMMUTERLINK SERVICE AND SIX (6) FOR CONTRACTED FIXED ROUTES. THE BUSES ARE MED-SIZE, MED-DUTY, APPROX. 30-FT IN LENGTH AND HAVE ESTIMATED SERVICE LIFE OF SEVEN YEARS OR 200,000 MILES (FY 12 — 5307) (UZA: RIV-SB). Lund ENG RM/ CON Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110818 Total 1,261 316 1,577 1,261 316 1,577 Priori 2016/2017 1,261 316 1,577 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 i 2021 /2022 Total 1,261 316 1,577 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program ilMilMlIMMIMI System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110819 Riverside SCAB REG0702 PAR16 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 2,788 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA — REPLACEMENT REVENUE VEHICLES FOR DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATIONS: PURCHASE OF 38 TYPE II VEHICLES FOR DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATIONS. FY 12 — 5307 & FY5309C STATE OF GOOD REPAIR DISCRETIONARY FUNDING) (UZA: RIV-SB). Total Prior R/W CON 1,094 735 735 1,094 735 735 1,094 735 735 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021 /2022 Total 1,094 735 735 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:27 AM Page: 63 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110819 Total Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 224 224 224 224 2,788 2,788 2,788 2,788 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System _ Conformity Category Amendment RIV110822 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,679 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITAL MAINTENANCE SPARES: PURCHASE OF SPARE PARTS FOR ROLLING STOCK UNDER THE BUS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (FY 12 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SB). !Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,343 1,343 1,343' STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 336 336 336 RIV110822 Total 1,679 1,679 1,679 2021/2022, Total 1,343 336 1,679 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110824 Riverside SCAB REG0702 NCR86 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 2,797 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO. FOR RTA - IMPROVEMENTS TO THE HEMET AND RIVERSIDE FACILITIES, INCLUDING FLOORING REPLACEMENT, LIGHTING RETROFIT, RESURFACING OF MAINTENANCE SHOP FLOORS, PAINTING OF THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR, CONCRETE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT, ROOF REPAIRS, PURCHASE OF ERGONOMICALLY DESIGNED FURNITURE, AND CONVERSION OF UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS TO ABOVE -GROUND STORAGE. Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR FTA 5309(c) BUS LOCAL TRANS FUNDS STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110824 Total 718 718 718 1,330 1,330 1,330 570 570 570 179 179 179 2,797 2,797 2,797 718 1,330 570 179 2,797 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program - System _ Conformity Category Amendment RIV120819 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,176 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - REVENUE VEHICLES FOR CONTRACTED OPERATIONS: PURCHASE OF SEVEN (7) MID -SIZE VEHICLES, REPLACING VEHICLES THAT HAVE REACHED THEIR SERVICE LIFE PER FTA GUIDELINES. REPLACEMENT VEHICLES WILL BE USED FOR CONTRACT OPERATED FIXED ROUTE SERVICE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund ENG RNV j CON Totalf Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 941 941 941 941 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 235 235 235 235 RIV120819 Total 1,176 1,176 1,176 1,176 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV120820 Riverside SCAB REG0702 VEN02 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 24 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE FOR RTA - SUPPORT VEHICLE: PURCHASE OF ONE (1) VEHICLE TO REPLACE A VEHICLE THAT HAS MET ITS USEFUL LIFE REQUIREMENT (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). 'Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 19 19 19 19 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:27 AM Page: 64 of 101 I SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120820 Total 5 Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 5 5 5 24 24 24 24 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category - Amendment RIV120821 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,241 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITAL MAINTENANCE SPARES: PURCHASE OF SPARE PARTS FOR ROLLING STOCK UNDER THE BUS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120821 Total 1 ENG R/W CON, Total! Prior 993 993 993 248 248 248 1,241 1,241 1,241 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 993 248 1,241 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV120822 Riverside SCAB REG0702 B0001 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 264 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED COST OF TIRE LEASE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120822 Total ENG R/W CON Total Prior 211 211 211 53 53 53 264 264 264 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020I 2020/20211 2021/2022 Total 211 53 264 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV120823 Riverside SCAB 3TC0702 NCR10 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 150 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Description: IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS: PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS FOR BUS STOP SYSTEM SUCH AS INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS AND BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGNAGE, AND LIGHTING TO ENHANCE SECURITY AND SAFETY OF THE RIDING PUBLIC (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund ENG R/W CON Total' Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 j Total' 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 120 120 120 120 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 30 30 30 30 RIV120823 Total 150 150 150 150 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV120824 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 146 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: PURCHASE OF MISCELLANEOUS MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE (E.G., VEHICLE JACKS, WHEELCHAIRS FOR OPERATOR TRAINING. POINJAR, AIR COMPRESSORS/GENERATORS, AND FLOOR SCRUBBERS) (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund I ENG I RNV CON Total I Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 117 117 117 117 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 29 29 29 29 RIV120824 Total 146 146 146 146 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:27 AM Page: 65 of 101 ki\L „Ail SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County RIV120825 Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID SCAB .31TS09 Program ITS01 System _ Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 Amendment 0 Description: PTC 36 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - INFORMATION SYSTEMS: PURCHASE OF COMPUTERS AND SOFTWARE SYSTEM FOR FIXED ROUTE VEHICLES, HEMET TRAINING ROOM EQUIPMENT, AND RIVERSIDE CONFERENCE ROOM MONITORS - NON -ITS COMPONENTS (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund ENG R/W CON I Total Prior 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120825 Total 29 7 36 29 7 36 29 7 36 2021/2022 i Total 29 7 36 ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV120826 Riverside SCAB Model RTP ID REG0702 Program B0000 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 43,446 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - OPERATING ASSISTANCE: FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012/2013 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: HEMET) Fund ENG R/W; CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018, 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 1 2021/2022 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 2,600 2,600 2,600 2,600 5311 - NONURBANIZED AREA 677 677 677 677 FORMULA PROGRAM AGENCY FARE REVENUE LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV CO SALES TAX RIV120826 Total 1,255 1,255 10,163 10,163 26,338 26,338 2,413 2,413 43,446 43,446 1,255 10,163 26,338 2,413 43,446 1,255 10,163 26,338 2,413 43,446 ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV120827 Riverside SCAB Description: Model RTP ID REG0702 Program BUN07 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 6,875 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR FY 12-13 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB, TEM/MURR/MEN). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV120827 Total ENG 0 R/WL CON , Total Prior 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 5,500 1,375 6,875 5,500 1,375 6,875 5,500 1,375 6,875 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 J 2021/2022 Total 5,500 1,375 6,875 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV120828 Riverside SCAB Description: REG0702 Program B0000 System T PTC 5,500 Agency IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITAL COST OF CONTRACTING FOR FY 12-13 (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: RIV-SB). Conformity Category EXEMPT - 93.126 RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV120828 Total ENG R/W CON 4,400 1,100 5,500 Total 4,400 1„00 5,500 Prior 4,400 1,100 5,500 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022! 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Fund ENG R/W CON Total j Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 I 2021/20221 Total 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 320 320 320 320 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 80 80 80 80 RIV130603 Total 400 400 400 400 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130604 Riverside SCAB REG0702 NCR10 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 250 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - ENHANCEMENT OF THE BUS STOP SYSTEM SUCH AS: INSTALLATION OF BUS SHELTERS AND BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGNAGE, AND LIGHTING TO ENHANCE SECURITY OF THE RIDING PUBLIC, AND ENHANCE ACCESS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (UZA TEM-MUR-MEN) Fund ENG RNV CON i____ Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 1 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 5050 50 50 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 200 200 200 200 RIV130604 Total 250 250 250 250 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130605 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 35 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - PURCHASE OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ITEMS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, BODY SHOP HEATER, SHOP AIR COMPRESSORS, SCISSORS LIFT, MOBILITY DEVICES FOR TRAINING, PORTABLE CRANE, HAND JACKS (UZA TEM-MUR-MEN) 'Fund I ENG R/W CON Total Prioll 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 28 28 28 28 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA -- STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 7 7 7 7 RIV130605 Total 35 35 35 35 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130618 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 7,020 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO AND TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE) 'Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV130618 Total ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 200 200 200 200 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 4,200 4,200 4,200 4,200 1,420 1,420 1,420 7,020 7,020 7,020 1,420 7,020 Prim Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:27 AM Page: 69 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County _ Air Basin Model RIV130619 Riverside SCAB RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 5,200 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITAL COST OF CONTRACTING (UZA'S RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO AND TEMECULA-MURRIETA-MENIFEE) 2018/2019 2019/2020 Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2021/20221 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 760 760 760 760 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN 2,200 2,200 2,200 2,200 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 740 740 740 740 RIV130619 Total 5,200 5,200 5,200 5,200 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV140823 Riverside SCAB Description: RTP ID Program System Conformity Category REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 53,974 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIXED ROUTE AND PARATRANSIT OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FY 2014/15. (5307 FY14 - HEMET UZA - $1,800K) (5309 FY06 - $25K) (5316 FY11 & FY12 - $587K) (5317 FY11 & FY12 - $308) Fund j ENG RNVI CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 i Total 5307H HEMET URBANIZED AREA 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 FTA 5309(c) BUS 25 25 25 25 5311 - NONURBANIZED AREA 450 450 450 450 FORMULA PROGRAM FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 587 587 587 587 PROGRAM FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM 308 308 308 308 PROGRAM AGENCY 235 235 235 235 FARE REVENUE 11,212 11,212 11,212 11,212 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 36,400 36,400 36,400 36,400 RIV CO SALES TAX 2,957 2,957 2,957 2,957 RIV140823 Total 53,974 53,974 53,974 53,974 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140824 Riverside SCAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 13,000 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND CAPITAL COST OF CONTRACTING. (FY14 5307) (UZA: LA - $156K, RS - $5,644K, MT - $2,600K) (5307 CARRYOVER - $2,000K) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 2,000 2,000 2,000 5307LA LOS ANGELES/LONG 156 156 156 BEACH/SANTA ANA URBANIZED AREA 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 2,600 2,600 2,600 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN 5,644 5,644 5,644 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 1 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 2,000 156 2,600 5,644 2020/2021 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:27 AM Page: 70 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV140824 Total Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 2,600 2,600 2,600 2,600 13,000 13,000 13,000 13,000 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140825 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 2,439 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE OF FOUR REPLACEMENT TROLLEY BUSES AND EIGHT REPLACEMENT MID -SIZED BUSES FOR USE ON CONTRACT -OPERATED FIXED -ROUTE SERVICE. (FY14 5307) (UZA: HEMET - $2,073K) 'Fund 1 ENGJ R/W CON 1 Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 5307H HEMET URBANIZED AREA 2,073 2,073 2,073 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 366 366 366 RIV140825 Total 2,439 2,439 2,439 2021/20221 Total 2,073 366 2,439 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140826 Riverside SCAB REG0702 PAR16 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,887 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: REPLACEMENT OF 26 PARATRANSIT BUSES THAT HAVE REACHED THE END OF THEIR SERVICE LIFE. (FY14 5307) (UZA: RS - $1,604K) Fund ENGL R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017', 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 ; Total 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN 1,604 1,604 1,604 1,604 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 283 283 283 283 RIV140826 Total 1,887 1,887 1,887 1,887 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Confomtity Category Amendment RIV140827 Riverside SCAB 3120029 PAN93 T TCM 0 Description: PTC 840 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE OF TEN EXPANSION PARATRANSIT BUSES TO MEET SERVICE DEMAND. (FY14 5307) (UZA: RS - $714K) 1 Fund ENG WWI CON 714 Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN 714 714 714 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 126 126 126 126 RIV140827 Total 840 840 840 840 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV140828 Riverside SCAB REG0702 VER02 Description: PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 735 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: REPLACEMENT OF TEN SUPPORT CARS AND NINE SUPPORT TRUCKS THAT HAVE MET THEIR USEFUL LIFE. (FY14 5307) (UZA: MT - $588K) ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total Fund 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV140828 Total 588 588 588 588 147 147 735 735 147 735 147 735 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 Aft. Page: 71 of 10 agid SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140829 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN08 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 3,396 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: REPLACEMENT OF FAREBOXES ON DIRECTLY -OPERATED BUSES THAT ARE EXPERIENCING INCREASED FAILURES AND CONTRACT - OPERATED BUSES THAT HAVE MET THEIR USEFUL LIFE. (FY14 5307) (UZA: RS - $2,717K) RNV CON Total Prior? 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', Fund 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV140829 Total ENG 2,717 2,717 2,717 2,717 679 679 679 679 3,396 3,396 3,396 3,396 ProjectlD_ County Air Basin_ Model _ _ RTP_ ID_ Program System Conformity Category RIV140830 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 150 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO BUS SHELTERS AND BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGNAGE, AND LIGHTING TO ENHANCE SECURITY AND SAFETY AND ADA ACCESS. (FY14 5307) (UZA: MT - $80K, HEMET - $40K). Fund ENG I R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307H HEMET URBANIZED AREA 40 40 40 40 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 80 80 80 80 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV140830 Total Amendment 30 30 30 30 150 150 150 150 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140831 Riverside SCAB REG0702 B0001 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 302 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: CAPITAL COST OF LEASING BUS TIRES. (FY14 5307) (UZA: MT - $242K) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 242 242 242 242 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 60 60 60 60 RIV140831 Total 302 302 302 302 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140832 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRR07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 99 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: SUPPORT EQUIPMENT INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO BODY SHOP HEATER, SHOP AIR COMPRESSORS, SCISSORS LIFT, MOBILITY DEVICES FOR TRAINING, PORTABLE CRANE AND HAND JACKS. (FY14 5307) (UZA: MT - $79K). Fund ENGJ R/W CON? Total Prior 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 79 79 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 20 20 RIV140832 Total 99 99 2016/2017 79 20 99 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 1 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 79 20 99 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 72 of 101 LOL bo EL :06ed WV 8Z:OZ:6 91.0Z/LL/L :alea luud ZSb`b 068 6EZ'Z LL6 8 8EE ZSb`b 068 6EZ`Z LL6 8 8EE ZSb`b ZSb'b 068 068 6EZ`Z 6EZ`Z LL6 LL6 8 8 8EE 8EE lelol 9E801711\121 1SISSV 11SW:1131V1S Ode - ValV O3ZINVENI1 ONIa2lVN2138 NVS-30ISb3n12i al6EES OAS - V3ed =INV82in 3331N3W -VlnO3W31-V13RibnW 1W6EES OAS - V323V a3ZINV8bn 1113HVNV-H0V38 ON01- S313ONV SO1 V16EEE J38 - V32iV a3ZINV82ln 131N3H H6EE9 lelol LZOZ/OZOZ OZOZ/6LOZ 61.0Z/81.0Z I8LOZ/L1.0Z LLOZ/91.OZ Loud Ilelol NO0 M21 ON3 j pund (S3111110Vd 210 'S32inlOnais `SJNlalln8 N011V1210dSNV211012i01SIH d0 N011V213d0 aNV N011V11118VH321 1d3OX3) S3111A110V 1N3W3ONVHN3 N011V1210dSNVaL - 831210031V° E 318V1 ONV Z S318V19ZVE612IVd 2id0 Ob HAM 1N31SISN00 38V S1031-02id :S3111A110V 1N31A13ONVHN3 N011V1210dSNV211210d ONIISII dno2lo V121 210d A1Nnoo 3a18213A121 N2131S3M NI 0 ZZOZ/LZOZ AON3OV 11SNVH1 3aI82i3AN Aoua6y ZSb`b Old 9Z L'E6 - ld W3X3 l luawpuewy tio6a3e0 Aillwoluo0 waisAs :uollduosaa LONne ZOL00321 ENOS aplsiaAN 9E8017LAN wei6oid al dill IaPoW ulse8 ply Alunoo alloafad L9b E6 VLE L9b L9b L917 lelol17E80bLAN E6 E6 E6 1SISSV lISNV2i131V1S V321V 03ZINV82jn ONIGUVNb38 17LE PLC bLE NVS/301SU3n12j SULOES lelol IZZOZ/LZOZ LZOZ/OZOZ OZOZ/6LOZ 610Z/81.0Z 81.0Z/LLOZ ,LLOZ/9L0Z loud NO0 M/21 ON3 pund '(7I17LE$ - S21 :VZn) (L0E917LAd) •321VMldOS aNV `931d00 `1N31AldI1103 1VnSIA-OIanV `S213A213S `62i31N12:1d `S213111dW00 dO 3SV1-1021nd 3H1 Ol a311WI110N Ina ONIan1ONl SW3ISAS NOI1VW2iOdNl :V121 2i0d AiNnoo 301 13AN N2i31S3M NI AON30V 11SNV2113aIS213A121 Aoua6y L917 Old 0 9Z 4 _E6 1d W3X3 l luawpueuiy Auo6ale0 Alluuoluo0 welsAs 90212i1 wW6wd :uolduosaa ZOL00321 EIVOS aplsianlj 17E8017M:I al dill lapon wse8 ny Awnoo agoafad EEE L9 EEE EEE EEC lelol £E80171.A121 L9 L9 L9 1SISSV lISNV2i131V1S V3UV a3ZINVENn ONI02jVN2i38 99Z 99Z 99Z 99Z NVS/301a13n12j alLOES ]elol ZZOZ/LZOZ , LZOZ/OZOZ 1OZOZ/6LOZ 61.0Z/81.0Z-181.0Z/LLOZ LLOZ/91.0Z loPd lelol NO0 /NM TON3 pund (>199Z - S2I :VZn, (L0E9 bLAd) '31321ON00 aNV `101 ON1>121Vd `OVAH `ON11HJ11 `1V012110313 `01\1I801n1d `1NIVd `ONI21001d `321n11N8nd Ol a311W1110N Ina ONIaM1ONl VN02100 ONV `131/S13H `3aIS213AN NI 3ONVN313WVW A11110Vd :V121210d Amn00 3aIS213AN 1\2131S3M NI AON3OV 11SNV2i13aIS213AN Aoua6y EEC Old :uollduosaa 0 9ZVE6 -1dW3X3 1 99210V ZOL00321 EIVOS aplsianN £E80bLAN lualupuawy Auo6aleo kwwoluo0 walsAs wei6oid al &LH IapoW ulse8 end Alunoo 01Pafad spuesnoyl ui lsoo llsuau `Aenny6iH alms `Aenny6lH pool (ZZOZ/6Z0Z Ad - LLOZ/960Z Ad) dad LVIZ 6U sib pefad S1NMNb3A0910 NOLLVDOSSV VINNOAllVJ N213H1f105 fi ��� SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150306 Riverside SCAB REG0702 PA000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 953 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA- FOR CONTINUATION OF TRAVEL TRAINING PROGRAM (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($191K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION FOR FTA 5310). Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior L 2016/2017; 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5310MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 292 292 292 292 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA - EM 5310RS RIVERSIDE-SAN 661 661 661 661 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA - EM RIV150306 Total 953 953 953 953 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150602 Riverside SCAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 54,338 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIXED ROUTE AND PARATRANSIT OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FY 2015/16. Fund j ENG RNV CON Total Priori 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/20211 2021/2022 Total, 5307H HEMET URBANIZED AREA 1,800 1,800 1,800 1,800 5311 - NONURBANIZED AREA 580 580 580 580 FORMULA PROGRAM AGENCY 730 730 730 730 FARE REVENUE 11,800 11,800 11,800 11,800 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 36,595 36,595 36,595 36,595 RIV CO SALES TAX 2,833 2,833 2,833 2,833 RIV150602 Total 54,338 54,338 54,338 54,338 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category _ Amendment RIV150603 Riverside SCAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 13,438 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND CAPITAL COST OF CONTRACTING. (FY15 5307) (UZA: RS - $5,900K, MT - $3,000K, HEMET - $500K) 'Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 5307H HEMET URBANIZED AREA 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV150603 Total ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 1,350 1,350 1,350 500 500 500 3,000 3,000 3,000 5,900 5,900 5,900 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022! Total 1,350 500 3,000 5,900 2,688 2,688 2,688 2,688 13,438 13,438 13,438 13,438 Print Date: 1/11/20 16 9:20:28 AM Page: 74 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150604 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 3,228 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE OF 14 REPLACEMENT CONTRACT -OPERATED FIXED ROUTE VEHICLES AND 2 TROLLEY BUSES. (FY15 5307) (UZA: MURR/TEMEC) [Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior; 2016/2017 2017/2018! 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 i Total 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 2,744 2,744 2,744 2,744 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 484 484 484 484 RIV150604 Total 3,228 3,228 3,228 3,228 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150605 Riverside SCAB REG0702 PAR16 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 2,714 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE OF 29 REPLACEMENT PARATRANSIT VEHICLES. (FY15 5307) (UZA: HEMET) [Fund ENG R/W! CON 1 Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307H HEMET URBANIZED AREA 2,307 2,307 2,307 2,307 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 407 407 407 407 RIV150605 Total 2,714 2,714 2,714 2,714 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150606 Riverside SCAB REG0702 VEN02 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 546 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE OF 14 REPLACEMENT SUPPORT VEHICLES AND ADDING 8 NEW SUPPORT VEHICLES. (FY15 5307) (UZA: RIV/SB) Fund ENG I RAN 1 CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN 437 437 437 437 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 109 109 109 109 RIV150606 Total 546 546 546 546 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150607 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,100 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: ASSOCIATED TRANSIT IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO BUS SHELTERS AND BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGNAGE, AND LIGHTING TO ENHANCE SECURITY AND SAFETY AND ADA ACCESS. (FY15 5307) (UZA: RIV/SB - $802K, MT - $46K, HEMET - $32K). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017i 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total'. 5307H HEMET URBANIZED AREA 32 32 32 32 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 46 46 46 46 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN 802 802 802 802 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 220 220 220 220 RIV150607 Total 1,100 1,100 1,100 1,100 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 75 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA • ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID _ Program RIV150608 Riverside SCAB REG0702 B0001 Description: PTC IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: CAPITAL COST OF LEASING BUS TIRES. (FY15 5307) (UZA: RIV/SB) 'Fund ENG RM/ CON Total 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN 309 309 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV150608 Total Prior System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 386 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 2016/20172017/2018 309 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 309 77 77 77 77 386 386 386 386 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150609 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 217 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: SUPPORT EQUIPMENT INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO BODY SHOP HEATER, SHOP AIR COMPRESSORS, SCISSORS LIFT, MOBILITY DEVICES FOR TRAINING, PORTABLE CRANE, AND HAND JACKS. (FY15 5307) CUZA: MT) Fund I ENG RM/ CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/20181 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 174 174 174 174 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV150609 Total 43 43 43 43 217 217 217 217 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV150610 Riverside SCAB Description: REG0702 Program System Conformity Category Amendment ADR55 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 1,018 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: FACILITY MAINTENANCE IN RIVERSIDE, HEMET, AND CORONA INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO FURNITURE, FLOORING, PAINT, PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL, LIGHTING, HVAC PARKING LOT AND CONCRETE. (FY15 5307) (UZA: RS) Fund ENG RM/ CON Total Prior 2016/2017 '', 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total ' 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 204 204 204 204 RIV150610 Total 1,018 1,018 1,018 1,018 814 814 814 814 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150611 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRR06 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 329 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: INFORMATION SYSTEMS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE PURCHASE OF COMPUTERS, PRINTERS, SERVERS, AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT, COPIERS, AND SOFTWARE. FY15 5307) UZA: MT). Fund ENG I RM/ I CON Total Prior _2016/2017; 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307MT MURRIETA-TEMECULA- 263 263 263 263 MENIFEE URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 66 66 66 66 RIV150611 Total 329 329 329 329 P-1c: Cate: 1/11/2C16 9:20:28 AM Page: 76 of 101 4' SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP_ ID Program RIV151211 Riverside SCAB 3120034 BUN94 System Conformity Category Amendment T TCM 0 Description: PTC 12,283 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: RAPIDLINK SERVICE ALONG THE RTE 1 SERVICE AREA DURING WEEKDAY PEAK COMMUTE PERIODS ALONG UNIVERSITY AND MAGNOLIA AYES (RIVERSIDE/CORONA CORRIDOR) BETWEEN UCR AND CORONA. THIS INCLUDES PURCHASE OF 14 NEW BUSES (40 FT) AND OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR THE FIRST THREE TO FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE. (CMAQ - $9,212K) (BENEFITS FOR PM 2.5 = .239 kq/day; PM 10 = .258 kq/day) Fund I ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total, 5307-TR FTA 5307 (FHWA 9,212 9,212 9,212 9,212 TRANSFER FUNDS) AGENCY 3,071 3,071 3,071 3,071 RIV151211 Total 12,283 12,283 12,283 12,283 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program_ System Conformity Category RIV151212 Riverside SCAB 31TS09 ITS14 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 5,500 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - INSTALLATION OF A TURNKEY ITS TO IMPROVE FLEET MANAGEMENT, IMPROVE EFFICIENCY, ENHANCE SERVICE AND INCREASE RIDERSHIP Fund ENG RAN CON I Total Prior 5307-TR FTA 5307 (FHWA 4,125 4,125 4,125 TRANSFER FUNDS) AGENCY 998 998 998 RIV CO SALES TAX 377 377 377 RIV151212 Total 5,500 5,500 5,500 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 Amendment 2021/2022 Total 4,125 998 377 5,500 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category RIV080926 Riverside SCAB RIV080926 NCN86 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 1,030 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF Amendment 0 FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CONSTRUCT FLEET BAY FOR PARARANSIT VEHICLES, PER APPROVED 2008/2009 SRTP, TABLE 4 - CAPITAL PROJECT NO. FY 09-3 (FY 09 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) !Fund ENG RAN' CON Total Prior 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total L 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 824 824 824 824 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 206 206 206 206 RIV080926 Total 1,030 1,030 1,030 1,030 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090121 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN08 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 530 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES — PURCHASE FAREBOX SYSTEM (FY 10 —ARRA FTA 5307). IFund AR-5307 ARRA - FTA 5307 RIV090121 Total L ENG R/W CON 530 530 Total 530 530 Prior 530 530 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 530 530 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 77 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090611 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR05 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 300 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 10 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV090611 Total ENG R/W CON I Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 1 2021/2022 Total 240 240 240 240 60 60 60 60 300 300 300 300 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090612 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN06 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 20 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES -PURCHASE OFFICE EQUIPMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES, CONFERENCE ROOM, TRAINING ROOM AND FOR THE CNG VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY, PER APPROVED 2009/2010 SRTP - TABLE 4A - PROJECT NO. 10-1 (FY 10 5307) (UZA:RIV-SAN). Fund ENG R/W j CON Total] Prior 2016/2017', 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV090612 Total 16 16 16 4 4 4 20 20 20 2021/2022I Total 16 4 20 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090613 Riverside SCAB REG0702 FUL52 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 500 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES -INSTALLATION OF ADDITIONAL CNG SLOW FILL STATIONS, ACCOMMODATING FUTURE FLEET EXPANSION (FROM 20 TO 29 FILL STATIONS), PER APPROVED 2009/2010 SRTP - TABLE 4A PROJECT NO. 10-4 (FY 10 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017,' 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 400 400 400 400 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 100 100 100 100 RIV090613 Total 500 500 500 500 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110101 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR05 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 300 Agency IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 11 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund ENG R/W CON Total' Prior 2016/2017 i, 2017/2018 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 240 240 240 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 60 60 60 RIV110101 Total 300 300 300 RIVERSIDE, CITY OF 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total l 240 60 300 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 78 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV110807 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR05 Description: PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 350 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 12 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SB). R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017L 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 280 280 280 280 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 70 70 70 70 RIV110807 Total 350 350 350 350 1 Fund ENG ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110826 Riverside SCAB REG0702 PAR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 475 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - REPLACEMENT VEHICLES: PURCHASE OF FOUR (4) REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL (CNG) DIAL -A -RIDE PARATRANSIT VEHICLES W/LIFTS, TIEDOWNS, FAREBOXES, RADIOS, CAMERAS, AND ACCESSORIESSFY 12 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN). Fund I ENG R/W CON Total Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019L 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 394 394 394 394 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 81 81 81 81 RIV110826 Total 475 475 475 475 ProjectlD_ County Air Basin Model _ RTP ID Program System Conformity Category _Amendment RIV120801 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR05 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 400 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 12 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SB). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV120801 Total i ENG R/W CON 320 80 400 Total Prior 320 320 80 80 400 400 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total 320 80 400 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program _ System Conformity Category Amendment RIV120802 Riverside SCAB REG0702 TRN06 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 20 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - LEASE OF XEROX MACHINE TO SUPPORT TRANSIT DIVISION NEEDS, PER APPROVED 2012/2013 SRTP - TABLE 4, PROJECT NO. FY 13-4 (FY 13 - 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN). Fund I ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total_ 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 16 16 16 16 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 4 4 4 4 RIV120802 Total 20 20 20 20 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 79 of 101 (J SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV130614 Riverside SCAB Description: IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE Model RTP ID Program REG0702 BUN07 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 400 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA'S RIVERSIDE - SAN BERNARDINO) Amendment 0 [Fund ENG 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV130614 Total RNV CON 320 80 400 Total) Prior 320 320 80 80 400 400 2016/2017 2017/2018 I 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 320 80 400 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV130615 Riverside SCAB Description: REG0702 B0001 PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 20 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CAPITAL LEASE OF OFFICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (UZA RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO) 0 Fund ENG 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV130615 Total RNV CON Total Prior 16 16 16 4 20 4 4 20 20 2016/2017 2017/2018_1 2018/2019 j 2019/202 i 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 16 4 20 ProjectlD County Air Basin_ RIV140802 Riverside SCAB Description: Model RTP ID Program_ REG0702 B0000 PTC System T Conformity Category EXEMPT - 93.126 400 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE: CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE. (FY14 5307 - $320K) (UZA: RS) Amendment 0 Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV140802 Total 320 80 400 320 320 80 80 400 400 320 80 400 ProjectlD County RIV140836 Riverside Description: Air Basin Model SCAB RTP ID REG0702 Program_ ADM83 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 12 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE - CAPITAL LEASE OF OFFICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (FY14 5307 - $10K) (UZA: RS) Amendment 0 Fund ENG 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV140836 Total RNV CON 10 Total 10 Prior 2016/2017 10 2 2 2 12 12 12 2017/2018 I 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 10 2 12 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 80 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA d ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program ,i,, %Mon System Conformity Category - RIV150612 Riverside SCAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 500 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES: CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (FY15 5307) (UZA: RIV/SB) Fund I 5307RS RIVERSIDE/SAN 400 400 400 400 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 100 100 100 100 RIV150612 Total 500 500 500 500 Amendment 0 ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021 /20221 Total ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV150613 Riverside SCAB REG0702 BUR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 341 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES: PURCHASE OF 3 REPLACEMENT BUSES (FY13 and FY14 5339) (UZA: RIV/SB) (Fund ENG l RNV CON Total I Priori 2016/2017', 2017/2018 2018/2019i 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022j Total' 5339RS RIVERSIDE-SAN 195 195 195 195 BERNARDINO URBANIZED AREA - BFG 146 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 146 146 146 RIV150613 Total 341 341 341 341 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071232 Riverside SSAB 3TL0407 ADR55 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 3,250 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY AT EXISTING SUNLINE FACILITIES/MAINTENACE BUILDING: MAINTENANCE BUILDING CAPABILITY EXPANSION AND REHABILITATION/ENHANCEMENTS OF THE EXISTING MAINTENANCE BUILDING. (FY 09 - ARRA 5307). Fund ENG AR-5307 ARRA - FTA 5307 RIV071232 Total R/W CON 3,250 3,250 Total 3,250 3,250 Prior 3,250 3,250 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022L Total 3,250 3,250 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071263 Riverside SSAB 30M0701 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 350 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY - FRED WARING CORRIDOR EXPRESS SERVICE DEMONSTRATION PROJECT: PROVIDE LIMITED EXPRESS SERVICE FROM THE INDIO TRANSFER LOCATION TO THE TRANSFER LOCATION ON TOWN CENTER WAY WITH SERVICE TO COLLEGE OF THE DESERT AND LIMITED STOPS ALONG THE CORRIDOR. (Fund 1 ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022' Total', CMAQ 310 310 310 310 TDA ARTICLE #4 40 40 40 40 RIV071263 Total 350 350 350 350 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 81 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV071266 Riverside SSAB 3TC04TR3 TRNH6 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 16,980 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - CONSTRUCTION OF NEW ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE AND TRANSIT HUB AT 32-505 HARRY OLIVER TR., IN THOUSAND PALMS, CA. THE NEW ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE WILL REPLACE THE 24-YR. OLD TEMPORARY TRAILER FACILITIES THAT HAVE EXCEEDED THEIR USEFUL LIFE BY 4 YEARS (FTA 5309C - E-2009-BUSP-171; 2009 HR 1105, PUBLIC LAW 11-8). 'Fund ENG R/W CON1 Total' Prior] 2016/2017. 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CMAQ 664 664 664 664 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,441 1,441 1,441 1,441 FTA 5309(c) BUS 475 475 475 475 PUBLIC TRANS 13,695 13,695 13,695 13,695 MODERINAZATION IMP AND SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 705 705 705 705 RIV071266 Total 16,980 16,980 16,980 16,980 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model _ RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV090620 Riverside SSAB 3TL504 BUR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 282 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - JOINT PARTNERSHIP WITH CALSTART/WESTSTART FOR FUEL CELL BUS RESEARCH & DEMONSTRATION PROJECT TO DEVELOP AND OPERATE A ZERO EMISSION BUS (E-2008-BUSP-0102) Fund FTA 5309(c) BUS LOCAL TRANS FUNDS STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV090620 Total ENG R/W CON 226 28 28 282 Total Prior ` 2016/2017! 2017/2018 226 226 28 28 28 28 282 282 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 226 28 28 282 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110102 Riverside SSAB 3TL104 PAR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 938 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE EIGHT REPLACEMENT PARATRANSIT VEHICLE (CNG, 30 ft. TO 35 ft. - APPROX. 12 PASSENGER), WITH LIFT, RADIO, FARE BOX, AND ACCESSORIES (FY 11 - 5309). !Fund ENG FTA 5309(c) BUS STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110102 Total R/W M CON Total Prior 750 750 750 188 188 188 938 938 938 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 750 188 938 ProjectlD _County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV110103 Riverside SSAB REG0702 Description: Program TRN06 System Conformity Category Amendment -------- - --- - --- T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 300 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FURNITURE REPLACEMENT: PURCHASE NEW FURNITURE TO REPLACE EXISTING FURNITURE FOR STAFF IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS (FY 11 - 5307) (UZA: INDCCPS). Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 240 240 240 2021/2022 1 Total 240 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 82 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV110103 Total Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 60 60 60 60 300 300 300 300 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110104 Riverside SSAB 3TL1207 TRR07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 200 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE OF MAJOR REPLACEMENT TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND PARTS USED IN ROUTINE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (E.G., MULTI - METERS, TORQUE WRENCHES, IMPACT SOCKETS, SOFTWARE UPDATES, SERVICE JACKS, MISC. AIR AND HAND TOOLS AND DRILL BITS) (FY 11 - 5307) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund ENG RNV CON Total l Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 160 160 160 160 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 40 40 40 40 RIV110104 Total 200 200 200 200 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110107 Riverside SSAB REG0702 BUR05 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 300 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: REHABILITATION OF SUNLINE'S FLEET OLDER BUSES, INCLUDING RESTORATION OF COLORS ON BOTH THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR, AND PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT NEEDED TO REPAIR/REHAB BUSES (FY 11 - 5307) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund L ENG i R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 240 240 240 240 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 60 60 60 60 RIV110107 Total 300 300 300 300 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110109 Riverside SSAB 3TL1607 NCR10 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 300 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE TRANSIT ENHANCEMENT BUS STOP AMENITIES (E.G., BUS SHELTERS, KIOSK LEXANS, LEXAN SCHEDULES, SOLAR BATTERIES, AND MISC. SUPPLIES) FOR VARIOUS BUS STOPS (FY 11 - 5307) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 240 240 240 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 60 60 60 RIV110109 Total 300 300 300 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 I 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 240 60 300 System Conformity Category Amendment RIV110111 Riverside SSAB REG0702 NCR86 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 451 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY AT EXISTING SUNLINE FACILITY - FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVE EXISTING FACILITIES, INCLUDING ROOF REPAIR, CARPET REPLACEMENT, BLIND REPLACEMENT, PARKING LOT REPAIRS ETC...AT THE THOUSAND PALMS AND INDIO FACILITIES (FY 11 - 5307) (UZA: INDCCPS). Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017! 2017/2018 2018/2019I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 360 360 360 360 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 38 38 38 38 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 53 53 53 53 RIV110111 Total 451 451 451 451 Print Date: 1/11/2016 S:20:28 AM Page: 83 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD RIV110407 County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID SSAB 3TL907 Program_ B0000 System Conformity Category T NON-EXEMPT Amendment 0 Description: PTC 535 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY — JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE AND NEW FREEDOM PROJECT: EXPRESS SERVICE TO THE PASS AREA WITH SERVICE TO CABAZON, BANNING AND BEAUMONT, MORENO VALLEY, AND RIVERSIDE, CONNECTING COACHELLA VALLEY COMMUTERS TO WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY (FTA 5316 AND FTA 5317, FYs 09 AND 10). Fund FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM PROGRAM AGENCY RIV110407 Total ENG RNV CON 233 43 259 535 Total l Prior 233 233 43 43 259 259 535 535 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 233 43 259 535 ProjectlD County RIV110408 Riverside Air Basin Model SSAB RTP ID 3RL04 Description: IN COACHELLA VALLEY - RIDESHARE PROGRAM (FTA 5316, FY's 09 and 10). Program TDM20 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 165 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 [Fund FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM AGENCY RIV110408 Total ENG RNV CON 85 80 165 Total Prior 85 85 80 80 165 165 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 85 80 165 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV110409 Riverside Description: SSAB 3TL104 PA000 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 332 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY —TAXI VOUCHER PROGRAM FOR COACHELLA VALLEY RESIDENTS AGE 60 AND OVER AND /OR DISABLED. PROGRAM OFFERS A FIFTY PERCENT DISCOUNT FOR INTER CITY AND INTRA CITY TRAVEL, WITHIN THE COACHELA VALLEY (FTA 5317, FY's 09 AND 10). Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020I 2020/2021I 2021/2022 Total FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM 171 171 171 171 PROGRAM AGENCY 161 161 RIV110409 Total 332 332 161 161 332 332 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV110801 Riverside SSAB Description: IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR REG0702 BUR05 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 1,967 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 12 - 5307 & CARRY OVER) (UZA: INCCPS). Amendment 0 Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV110801 Total ENG RNV CON 1,500 467 1,967 Total 1,500 467 1,967 Prior 1,500 467 1,967 2016/2017 j 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 1,500 467 1,967 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 84 of 101 (Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110804 Total J SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD RIV110803 Description: County Riverside Air Basin SSAB Model RTP ID REG0702 Program B0000 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 20,077 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011/2012 (FTA 5307 - FY 12 AND C/O FY 11) (UZA: INCCPS). (Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 925 265 86 5307-0P FTA 5307-OPERATING 5311 - NONURBANIZED AREA FORMULA PROGRAM FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM PROGRAM AGENCY FARE REVENUE LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV CO SALES TAX RIV110803 Total 925 925 925 265 265 265 86 86 86 500 500 3,785 3,785 10,259 10,259 4,257 4,257 20,077 20,077 500 3,785 10,259 4,257 20,077 500 3,785 10,259 4,257 20,077 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category RIV110804 Riverside SSAB REG0702 BUR05 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 160 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: REHABILITATION OF SUNLINE'S FLEET OLDER BUSES, INCLUDING RESTORATION OF COLORS ON BOTH THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR, AND PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT NEEDED TO REPAIR/REHAB BUSES (FY 12 -5307) (UZA: INCCPS). ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 128 128 128 128 32 32 32 32 160 160 160 160 Amendment ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV110805 Riverside SSAB Description: IN COACHELLA VALLEY AREA - PURCHASE 3TL507 PAR17 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 665 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SEVEN (7) REPLACEMENT CNG PARATRANSIT BUSES (FTA 5307 - FY 12)(UZA: INCCPS). Amendment 0 IFund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110805 Total ENG RAN CON 100 565 665 Total 100 565 665 Prior 100 565 665 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 100 565 665 ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV110806 Riverside Description: SSAB Model RTP ID 3TL607 Program NCR10 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 66 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE TRANSIT ENHANCEMENT BUS STOP AMENITIES FOR CONTINUED IMPROVEMENTS TO BUS STOPS FOR THE SAFETY AND COMFORT OF PASSENGERS AS RECOMMENDED IN THE COMPREHENSIVE OPERATIONAL ANALYSIS (FY 12 - 5307) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund 1 ENG RNV CON Total j Prior 2016/2017 i 2017/2018 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 36 36 36 36 17 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM 17 17 17 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:28 AM Page: 85 of 101 Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110808 Total SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110806 Total ProjectlD County RIV110808 Riverside Description: Air Basin SSAB Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 13 13 13 66 66 66 Model RTP ID REG0702 13 66 Program NCR86 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 550 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment _0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVE THE THOUSAND PALMS AND INDIO FACILITIES, INCLUDING ROOF REPAIR, BUILDING ROOF, REPLACEMENT OF CARPETING AND BLINDS, AND REPAIR OF PARKING FACILITIES FOR STAFF USE (FTA 5307 - FY 12) (UZA: INCCPS). ENG R/W CONl Total Prior 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 100 100 100 450 450 450 550 550 550 ProjectlD RIV110809 County Riverside Description: Air Basin SSAB Model _ RTP ID REG0702 Program SEC54 T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 395 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Total 100 450 550 System Conformity Category Amendment 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY AT EXISTING SUNLINE FACILITIES - TRANSIT SECURITY ENHANCEMENT PROJECT FOR STAFF IN THE SAFETWSECURITY DEPARTMENT AND TO ENHANCE BUS STOPS THROUGHOUT THE VALLEY (PROP 1 B FUNDED PROJECT". [Fund ENG R/W CON 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 395 395 PUBLIC TRANS MODERINAZATION IMP AND SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. RIV110809 Total 395 Total Prior 2016/2017 395 395 395 ProjectlD RIV110810 Description: County Riverside Air Basin SSAB Model RTP ID 3TL707 Program TRN08 PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 75 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE OF TICKET VENDING MACHINE (TVM) FOR INSTALLATION AT A SELECTED BUS TRANSFER LOCATION (FY 12 - 5307) (UZA: INCCPS). _ Fund ENGi R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 75 RIV110810 Total 75 75 75 75 75 Total 75 75 ProjectlD County RIV110812 Riverside SSAB Description: IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR S Air Basin Model RTP ID REG0702 Program PLN40 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 450 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY UNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - TECHNICAL TRANSIT PLANNING AND FACILITY FEASIBILITY STUDIES (FY 12 - 5307) (UZA: INCCPS). Amendment 0 'Fund _� ENG 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110812 Total R/W CON 150 300 450 Total 150 300 450 Prior 150 300 450 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total �, 150 300 450 395 395 Print Date: 1;'.1/2616 9:20:28 AM Page: 86 of 101 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110827 Total SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV110813 Riverside SSAB Description: RTP ID 3TL1207 Program TRN07 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 100 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE MISCELLANEOUS MAINTENANCE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: PURCHASE OF MAJOR REPLACEMENT TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND PARTS USED IN ROUTINE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (FY 12 - 5307) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV110813 Total ENG RNV I CON 80 20 100 Total 80 20 100 Prior 80 20 100 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 80 20 100 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV110827 Riverside Description: SSAB REG0702 TRN06 PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 120 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FURNITURE REPLACEMENT: PURCHASE OF OFFICE FURNITURE TO REPLACE AND ADD FURNITURE AS THE FURNITURE REACHES THE END OF ITS CYCLE LIFE (FY 12 - 5307) UZA: INCCPS) Fund ENG RNV1 CON Total Prior; 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20 _2 Total 96 96 96 96 24 24 24 24 120 120 120 120 ProjectlD County RIV111206 Riverside Description: Air Basin Model RTP ID SSAB 3TL504 Program BUR17 PTC System _Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 5,464 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - AMERICAN FUEL CELL HYBRID BUSES: PURCHASE OF TWO FUEL CELL HYBRID (ZERO EMISSION) REPLACEMENT BUSES(FTA FY 2011 SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS - TIGGER FTA 5308). Fund ENG RNV1 CON 2016/2017 r 2017/2018 2018/2019 2020/2021 2021/2022 CLEAN FUEL FORMULA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV111206 Total 4,918 546 5,464 Total' Prior 4,918 546 5,464 4,918 546 5,464 2019/2020 Total 4,918 546 5,464 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV120804 Riverside Description: IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR System Conformity Category Amendment SSAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 20,182 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY — FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012/2013 (FTA 5307 — FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). IFund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 5311 - NONURBANIZED AREA FORMULA PROGRAM FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM PROGRAM AGENCY FARE REVENUE LOCAL TRANS FUNDS ENG1 RNV CON Total Prior 925 925 925 420 420 420 125 125 125 102 102 102 492 492 3,350 3,350 10,268 10,268 492 3,350 10,268 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 j 2021 /2022J Total 925 420 125 102 492 3,350 10,268 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 87 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS RIV CO SALES TAX RIV120804 Total ProjectlD County RIV120805 Riverside Description: 4,500 20,182 Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands 4,500 4,500 20,182 20,182 4,500 20,182 Air Basin Model SSAB RTP ID REG0702 Program BUR05 PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 2,250 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY — CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012/2013 (FTA 5307 — FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). !Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV120805 Total ENG RAN CON 1,800 450 2,250 Total 1,800 450 2,250 Prior 1,800 450 2,250 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/202 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,800 450 2,250 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV120806 Riverside SSAB REG0702 Description: PTC 50 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: REHABILITATION OF SUNLINE'S FLEET OF OLDER BUSES, AND EXTERIOR, AND PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT NEEDED TO REPAIR/REHAB BUSES (FY 13 - 5307) (UZA:INCCPS). !Fund ENG 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120806 Total R/W CON 40 10 50 Program BUR05 Total ' Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 40 40 10 10 50 50 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY INCLUDING RESTORATION OF COLORS ON BOTH THE INTERIOR 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 L 2020/2021 2021 /2022 1 Total 40 10 50 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program iL jiiiimii. System Conformity Category RIV120807 Riverside SSAB 3TL1307 VER02 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 220 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE TWO REPLACEMENT SERVICE TRUCKS AND FOUR REPLACEMENT CNG RELIEF CARS (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120807 Total ENG RfflJ CON 176 44 220 Total Prior 176 44 220 176 44 220 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 Amendment 0 2019/20201 2020/20211 2021/2022 Total' 176 44 220 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV120808 Riverside Program SSAB REG0702 Description: IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY OPERATING FACILITY (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund ENG R/W1 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120808 Total CON 720 180 900 System Conformity Category Amendment NCR86 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 900 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: REPAVE THE EXISTING BUS YARD AND STAFF PARKING AREA AT THE THOUSAND PALMS Total Prior 2016/2017 720 720 180 180 900 900 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total j 720 180 900 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 88 of 101 Let SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County RIV120809 Riverside Description: Air Basin SSAB Model RTP ID 3TL607 Program NCR10 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 395 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE TRANSIT STOP ENHANCEMENTS FOR CONTINUED IMPROVEMENTS TO BUS STOPS FOR THE SAFETY AND COMFORT OF PASSENGERS, PER COMPREHENSIVE OPERATIONAL ANALYSIS RECOMMENDATION (CA PROP 1B SECURITY FUNDED PROJECT). 'Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022I Total' PUBLIC TRANS MODERINAZATION IMP AND SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. RIV120809 Total 395 395 395 395 395 395 395 395 ProjectlD County RIV120810 Riverside Description: IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT REPLACEMENT, NEW CARPETING AND BLINDS, 'Fund ENG 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120810 Total Air Basin Model RTP ID SSAB REG0702 Program System Conformity Category ADR55 T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 200 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY AGENCY - FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVE THE THOUSAND PALMS AND INDIO FACILITIES, INCLUDING ROOF REPAIR AND AND REPAIR OF PARKING FACILITIES FOR STAFF USE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). RNV CON 160 40 200 Total I Prior I 2016/20172017/2018 2018/2019 160 40 200 160 40 200 Amendment 0 2019/20201 2020/2021 j 2021/2022 Total' 160 40 200 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV120811 Riverside SSAB REG0702 TRN06 Description: System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 100 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - FURNITURE REPLACEMENT: PURCHASE OF OFFICE FURNITURE TO REPLACE AND ADD FURNITURE AS THE FURNITURE REACHES THE END OF ITS CYCLE LIFE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). !Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020I 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 80 80 80 20 20 20 100 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120811 Total 100 100 80 20 100 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV120812 Riverside SSAB 31TS0701 ITS01 Description: PTC 105 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE OF VARIOUS IT EQUIPMENT, SOFTWARE AND STREAMLINE OPERATIONS AND PRODUCE REPORTS FOR SUNLINE SERVICES (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). [Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120812 Total ENG RNV CON 84 21 105 Total 84 21 105 Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 84 21 105 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY HARDWARE FOR EXISTING AGENCY SYSTEM NEEDS AND TO 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 84 21 105 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 89 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County RIV120813 Riverside Description: Model RTP ID Program �_ System Conformity Category 3TL1207 ADR55 T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 115 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE NEW MODERN, STATE OF THE ART TELEPHONE SYSTEM, IMPROVING THE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120813 Total Air Basin SSAB ENG R/W CON 92 23 115 Total Prior 2016/2017', 92 92 23 23 115 115 2017/2018 2018/2019! 2019/2020 Amendment 2020/2021 2021 /2022 1 Total 92 23 115 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV120814 Riverside SSAB 3TL707 TRN08 Description: PTC IN COACHELLA VALLY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund ENG 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120814 Total System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 60 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - PURCHASE FIVE (5) NEW SPARE FAREBOXES TO ALLOW EXISTING UNITS TO BE REPAIRED WITHOUT BUS SERVICE INTERRUPTION (FTA R/W CON Total Prior 48 48 48 12 12 12 60 60 60 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 48 12 60 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV120815 Riverside SSAB REG0702 Program PLN40 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 Amendment 0 Description: PTC 100 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - CONDUCT A SAMPLE SURVEY OF SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY RIDERS, PROVIDING USEFUL INFORMATION TO SUPPORT SUNLINE PLANNING AND MARKETING EFFORTS. SURVEY WILL ALSO INCLUDE NTD SECTION 15 RIDECHECKS (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund ENG R/W CON I Total' Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 80 80 80 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 20 20 20 RIV120815 Total 100 100 100 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 80 20 100 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV120816 Riverside Description: IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). -Fund 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120816 Total System Conformity Category Amendment SSAB 3TL1207 TRN07 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 50 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE MAJOR REPLACEMENT MAINTENANCE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR ROUTINE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE (FTA 5307 - FY ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017' 40 40 40 10 10 10 50 50 50 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 40 10 50 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 90 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV120817 Riverside SSAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 439 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - SPECIAL FUEL PROVISION ALLOWING A PORTION OF AGENCY FUEL COSTS TO BE TREATED AS A CAPITAL MAINTENANCE (FTA 5307 - FY 13) (UZA: INCCPS). Fund ENG 5307 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV120817 Total R/W CON] Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 351 351 351 88 88 88 439 439 439 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 351 88 439 _ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV120829 Riverside SSAB REG0702 TRN09 Description: PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 1,820 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - SOLAR PANEL REPLACEMENT: REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING SOLAR PANELS, PROVING 33 PERCENT OF SUNLINE ENERGY NEEDS FOR OPERATING OFFICES AND FACILITIES PROJECT FUNDED BY FY 12 STATE OF GOOD REPAIR, BUS LIVABILITY AND TRANSIT ASSET MANAGEMENT). Fund IENG I RAN, CON L Total Prior ( 2016/2017 2017/2018 1 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 1 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total FTA 5309(c) BUS 1,456 1,456 1,456 1,456 AGENCY 315 315 315 315 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 49 49 49 49 RIV120829 Total 1,820 1,820 1,820 1,820 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV130505 Riverside SSAB 3TL504 B0000 Description: PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T NON-EXEMPT 0 218 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROJECT: REALIGNMENT AND EXPANSION OF SERVICE FROM INDIO TO COACHELLA, MECCA AND THE NORTH SHORE, CONNECTING COMMUTERS TO OTHER EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY COMMUNITIES (FTA 5316 FY 12). Fund ENG RAN CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total,, FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 109 PROGRAM 109 AGENCY 109 109 109 RIV130505 Total 218 218 218 218 109 109 109 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130506 Riverside SSAB 3TL907 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 108 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY — JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE AND NEW FREEDOM PROJECT: EXPRESS SERVICE TO THE PASS AREA WITH SERVICE TO CABAZON, BANNING AND BEAUMONT, MORENO VALLEY, AND RIVERSIDE, CONNECTING COACHELLA VALLEY COMMUTERS TO WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY (FTA 5316 AND FTA 5317, FY 12). Fund FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS PROGRAM FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM PROGRAM AGENCY RIV130506 Total ENG RAN CON 33 21 Total l Prior 33 33 21 21 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 33 21 54 54 54 54 108 108 108 108 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 91 of 101 FTA 5317 NEW FREEDOM PROGRAM AGENCY RIV130507 Total SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV130507 Riverside SSAB REG0702 TDM24 Description: System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 326 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR OPERATING ASSISTANCE TO TRANSIT AGENCIES: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - OPERATING ASSISTANCE TO TRANSIT AGENCIES ( FY 11 & 12 - 5317). Fund ENG Ft/WI CON Total Prior 2016/2017, 2017/20181 2018/2019 2019/2020 L 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 157 157 157 157 169 169 169 169 326 326 326 326 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program_ System _ Conformity Category — Amendment RIV130508 Riverside SSAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 118 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR CVAG — JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM: PROVIDE SHUTTLE SERVICE FOR THE HOMELESS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT - SHUTTLE SERVICE WILL PROVIDE CONNECTIONS TO SUNLINE BUS HUBS AND TO AREAS WHERE SUNLINE DOES NOT CURRENTLY SERVE. PROGRAM ALSO INCLUDES MOBILITY MANAGER (FTA 5316, FY 12). Fund ENG RAN CON Total Priori 2016/2017 FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 69 69 69 PROGRAM 49 AGENCY 49 49 49 2017/2018 2018/2019i 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total i RIV130508 Total 69 118 118 118 118 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130606 Riverside SSAB REG0702 B0000 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 22,350 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIXED ROUTE AND PARATRANSIT SERVICES (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 11/12 & FY 12/13) (Fund ENG RAN CON Totals Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/20191 2019/2020 2020/20211 2021/2022 Total' 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 925 925 925 URBANIZED AREA 5311 - NONURBANIZED AREA 420 420 420 FORMULA PROGRAM_ AGENCY FARE REVENUE 938 938 938 3,550 3,550 3,550 LOCAL TRANS FUNDS 11,300 11,300 11,300 RIV CO SALES TAX 5,217 5,217 5,217 RIV130606 Total 22,350 22,350 22,350 925 420 938 3,550 11,300 5,217 22,350 Print Date: 1/" 1/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 92 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County_ Air Basin RIV130607 Riverside SSAB Description: Model RTP ID REG0702 Program BUR05 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 825 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - REHABILITATE 15 BUSES. REHABILITATION INCLUDES: REPLACING ENGINES, TRANSMISSIONS, SEAT COVERS, DECALS AS WELL AS PURCHASE OF OTHER BUS EQUIPMENT TO REPAIR/REHABILITATE BUSES. (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13 Fund 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV130607 Total ENG R/W CON 660 165 825 Total i Prior 2016/2017 , 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 660 660 165 165 825 825 Total • 660 165 825 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category RIV130608 Riverside SSAB REG0702 PAR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 440 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: PURCHASE OF FOUR (TYPE 4 30FT.) REPLACEMENT PARATRANSIT BUSES. (FTA 5307 - FY13 $168K, FY14 - $71 K) (FTA 5310 - FY14 $105K) (UZA: INDCCPS) (Fund 1 ENG RM/ CON 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/20201 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total' 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 239 URBANIZED AREA 5310 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI 105 105 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 96 96 RIV130608 Total 440 440 Total Prior 239 239 105 105 96 96 440 440 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV130609 Riverside SSAB Description: REG0702 NCR10 z Amendment 239 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 532 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 0 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - TRANSIT STOP ENHANCEMENTS. ENHANCEMENTS INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF 38 NEW BUS SHELTERS AND BUS STOP SITE IMPROVEMENTS SAFETY AND SECURITY (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) Fund ENG R/W CON Totali Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 200 URBANIZED AREA PUBLIC TRANS 282 MODERINAZATION IMP AND SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV130609 Total 200 200 282 282 50 50 50 532 532 532 200 282 50 532 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RIV130610 Riverside SSAB RTP ID REG0702 Program FUL52 Description: PTC 5,200 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - CNG System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY FUELING STATION REPLACEMENT (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) 0 Fund 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV130610 Total ENG 1 R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 200 200 200 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,200 5,200 5,200 2017/2018 2018/2019I 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total! 200 5,000 5,200 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 93 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD RIV130612 Description: County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID SSAB 31TS07 Program__ BUN07 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 300 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - PURCHASE VARIOUS IT EQUIPMENT, SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE FOR EXISTING AGENCY SYSTEM NEEDS (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) Fund ENG RNV 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV130612 Total CON 240 60 300 Total Prior 240 240 60 60 300 300 2016/2017 2017/2018 1 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 240 60 300 ProjectlD County RIV130613 Riverside Description: Air Basin Model SSAB - _ RTP ID REG0702 Program VEN02 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 440 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE - PURCHASE 3 REPLACEMENT AND 2 NEW EXPANSION CNG SUPPORT VEHICLES AND 6 REPLACEMENT SERVICE VEHICLES. (UZA INDIO- CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 12/13) 'Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 352 352 352 352 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV130613 Total 88 440 88 88 440 440 88 440 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV130801 Riverside SSAB Description: IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE CO REG0702 B0000 System T PTC 2,346 Agency Conformity Category Amendment EXEMPT - 93.126 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY UNTY FOR SUNLINE - PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (UZA INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY -PALM SPRINGS) (FTA 5307 FY 11/12) 0 Lund ENG 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA LOCAL TRANS FUNDS RIV130801 Total R/W CON Total Prior) 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020, 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,877 1,877 1,877 469 469 469 2,346 2,346 2,346 1,877 469 2,346 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV130805 Riverside SSAB REG0702 BUN94 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 161 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN RIVERSIDE CO - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES & RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) ($21 TDC USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). 'Fund 5310 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI RIV130805 Total ENG RNV CON Total 161 161 161' 161 Prior 161' 161 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total I 161 161 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 94 of 101 ..0441 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County RIV130807 Riverside Air Basin Model SSAB RTP ID REG0702 Program BUN07 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 Amendment Description: PTC 2 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY - GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES: PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126, EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF OFFICE, SHOP, AND OPERATING EQUIPMENT FOR EXISTING FACILITIES (FTA 5310 - FFY 12) (1 K TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDITS USED TO MATCH FTA 5310 IN CONS). Fund 5310 FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI RIV130807 Total ENG RNV CON Total! Prior 2 2 2 2 2 2 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 2 2 ProjectlD RIV140502 Riverside SSAB Description: County Air Basin Model RTP ID REG0702 Program BUN07 PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 5,151 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN EASTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR SUNLINE: PURCHASE ONE NEW BATTERY DOMINATE HYDROGEN HYBRID ELECTRIC FUEL CELL BUS. (FTA 5309C - $4,251) 0 Fund FTA 5309(c) BUS AGENCY RIV140502 Total ENG] RNV CON 4,251 900 5,151 Total! Prior 4,251 900 5,151 4,251 900 5,151 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20231 Total 4,251 900 5,151 ProjectlD County RIV140801 Riverside Description: Air Basin Model RTP ID SSAB REG0702 Program_ PAN94 System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 440 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: PURCHASE FOUR (TYPE 4 30FT.) EXPANSION PARATRANSIT BUSES. (FY14 5307 - FY13 $168K, FY14 $71 K) (FTA 5310 - FY 14 $105K) (UZA: INDCCPS) Fund ENG RNV CON 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 239 URBANIZED AREA 53101C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 105 URBANIZED AREA - EM STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 96 RIV140801 Total 440 Total 239 Prior 239 105 105 96 96 440 440 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 239 105 96 440 ProjectlD County Air Basin RIV140804 Riverside SSAB Model RTP ID Program REG0702 B0000 Description: PTC IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FIXED ROUTE AND XFER FY15 - $150K) (5316 FY11 & FY12 - $33K) (5317 FY11 & FY12 - $66K) (5307 UZA INDCCPS FY14 - $3,000K) Fund ENG RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 5307-TR FTA 5307 (FHWA 150 150 150 TRANSFER FUNDS) 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 3,000 3,000 3,000 URBANIZED AREA 5311 - NONURBANIZED AREA 430 430 430 FORMULA PROGRAM FTA 5316 JOB ACCESS 33 33 33 PROGRAM System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 28,011 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY PARATRANSIT OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FY 2014/15. (5307 FHWA CMAQ 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 'i 150 3,000 430 33 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 95 of 101 L0110 96 :a6ed INV 6Z:OZ:691-0Z/1.1./l :alea luPd OLL OLL OLL OLL !WU 80804LA18 04 04 04 04 1SISSV 11SNVb131V1S OE 1. V3bV a3ZINV8bn 0£1. 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(FY14 5307 - $320K) (UZA: INCCPS) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total', 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 320 320 320 320 URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 80 80 80 80 RIV140809 Total 400 400 400 400 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV140810 Riverside SSAB 3TL504 BUN94 Description: PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T NON-EXEMPT 0 13,104 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: PURCHASE OF 5 EXPANSION HYDROGEN FUEL CELL BUSES. (FY15 5307) (FY13 & FY14 LoNo 5312) (UZA: INCCPS) ($967K in TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT CREDIT MATCH FOR FY16 LoNo 5312). Fund ENG R/W CON Total! Prior 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 300 300 300 300 URBANIZED AREA NATIONAL RESEARCH AND 9,804 9,804 9,804 9,804 TECHNOLOGY 53391C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 914 914 914 914 URBANIZED AREA - BFG STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 2,086 2,086 2,086 2,086 RIV140810 Total 13,104 13,104 13,104 13,104 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV140811 Riverside SSAB REG0702 TRN06 Description: PTC System _Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 500 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: PURCHASE OF A NEW ASSET MANAGEMENT TOOL. (FY14 5307 - $400K) (UZA: INCCPS) 'Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022, Total 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 400 400 400 400 URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 100 100 100 100 RIV140811 Total 500 500 500 500 ProjectlD_ County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140812 Riverside SSAB REG0702 PLN40 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 100 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: MASTER PLAN UPDATE FOR THE THOUSAND PALMS SITE. (FY14 5307 - $80K) (UZA: INCCPS) Fund ENG RAN CON Total Priori 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 80 80 80 80 URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 20 20 20 20 RIV140812 Total 100 100 100 100 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 97 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ., ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category RIV140813 Riverside SSAB REG0702 ADR55 T EXEMPT - 93.126 Description: PTC 200 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: PRIMARILY FOR THE DEMOLITION OF THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE THOUSAND PALMS SITE. (FY14 5307 - $160K) (UZA: INCCPS) Fund 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV140813 Total ENG RNV CON 160 Total Prior 160 160 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 Amendment 2021/2022 Total 160 40 4040 40 200 200 200 200 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category Amendment RIV140821 Riverside SSAB REG0702 TDM20 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 1,990 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: VANPOOL PILOT PROGRAM THAT WILL TARGET EASTERN COACHELLA VALLEY AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, LARGE EMPLOYERS SUCH AS GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, STUDENTS AND OTHER GROUPS. PURCHASE OF 50 VANS. THE PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE A THREE YEAR START-UP PROJECT FOR A BROKERAGE SERVICE AND FIRST YEAR SUBSIDIES FOR UP TO 70 VANS. (CMAQ - $1,762K) Fund ENG RNV CON1 Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,762 1,762 228 228 1,990 1,990 CMAQ 1,762 1,762 AGENCY 228 228 RIV140821 Total 1,990 1,990 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program System Conformity Category RIV140822 Riverside SSAB 3TL504 B0000 T NON-EXEMPT Amendment 0 Description: PTC 1,735 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY: PURCHASE OF TWO NEW BUSES AND OPERATIONS OF NEW BUS SERVICE THAT WILL DIRECTLY LINK DESERT HOT SPRINGS AND PALM DESERT. SERVICE TO OPERATE ON WEEKDAYS AND WILL INCLUDE FOUR TRIPS IN THE MORNING (HOURLY) FROM DESERT HOT SPRINGS TO PALM DESERT AND FOUR TRIPS IN THE AFTERNOON (HOURLY) FROM PALM DESERT TO DESERT HOT SPRINGS. (CMAQ - $1,536K) !Fund ENGI RNV1 CONI Total Prior` 2016/2017 2017/20181 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total CMAQ 1,536 1,536 1,536 1,536 AGENCY 199 199 199 199 RIV140822 Total 1,735 1,735 1,735 1,735 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV150307 Riverside SSAB REG0702 PA000 Description: PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 58 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - CONTINUATION OF TAXI VOUCHER PROGRAM (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($29K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION FOR FTA 5310). Fund ENG' RNV CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 1 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 I Total', 53101C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 58 58 58 58 URBANIZED AREA - EM RIV150307 Total 58 58 58 58 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 98 of 101 v SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County RIV150308 Riverside Air Basin Model SSAB RTP ID REG0702 Program PAN93 System Conformity Category_ Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 Description: PTC 98 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE OF ONE (1) MEDIUM BUS FOR EXPANSION OF SERVICE (FTA 5310 - FFY12/13 AND FFY13/14) ($20K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT UTILIZATION FOR FTA 5310). ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2016/20171 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total Fund 53101C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA - EM RIV150308 Total 98 98 ProjectlD County RIV150309 Riverside Description: IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY UTILIZATION FOR FTA 5310). Fund 53101C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA - EM RIV150309 Total Air Basin Model SSAB RTP ID REG0702 98 98 98 98 Program PAN07 98 98 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 1 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT - PURCHASE OF ONE (1) MOBILE RADIO (FTA 5310 - FFY 12/13 AND FFY 13/14) ($1 K IN TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDIT ENGI R/W: CON Total Prior 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID Program RIV150614 Riverside SSAB 3TL507 Description: IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY sir System Conformity Category Amendment PAR17 T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 PTC 1,560 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT: PURCHASE OF 13 REPLACEMENT CNG PARATRANSIT VEHICLES. (FY15 5307) (UZA: INDIO/CATHEDRAL CITY) Fund ENG R/W CON I Total Priori 2016/20171 2017/2018 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY 1,295 1,295 1,295 URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 265 265 265 RIV150614 Total 1,560 1,560 1,560 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 1,295 265 1,560 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model RTP ID RIV150615 Riverside SSAB Description: REG0702 Program NCR10 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 393 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT: TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF 25 SHELTERS, INCLUDING CONCRETE WORK AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS FOR ADA COMPLIANCE AND IMPROVED SAFETY. (FY15 5307) (UZA: INCCPS) Fund ENG! R/W CON Total Prior 2016/2017 1 2017/2018 2018/2019 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA TRANSIT SYSTEM SAFETY,SECURITY AND DISASTER RESPONSE ACCOUNT RIV150615 Total 20 20 20 373 373 373 393 393 393 2019/20201 2020/20211 2021/2022 Total 20 373 393 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 99 of 101 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION Of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing 2017 FTIP (FY 2016/2017 - FY 2021/2022) Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County_ Air Basin RIV150616 Riverside SSAB Description: IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY Model RTP ID Program REG0702 FUL52 PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 0 1,500 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT: REFURBISHMENT OF EXISTING HYDROGEN FUELING STATION. (FY15 5307) (UZA: INCCPS) 'Fund 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV150616 Total ENG R/W CON Total Prior 1,200 1,200 1,200 300 300 300 1,500 1,500 1,500 2016/2017; 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/20221 Total 1,200 300 1,500 ProjectlD _ County RIV150617 Riverside SSAB Description: IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY Air Basin Model RTP ID Program REG0702 TRRO6 PTC System Conformity Category Amendment T EXEMPT - 93.126 300 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 0 FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT INCLUDING VARIOUS SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE. (FY15 5307) (UZA: INCCPS) ['Fund ENG 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV150617 Total R/W CON 240 60 300 Total Prior 240 240 60 60 300 300 2016/2017 !1 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 ! 2021/2022 Total' 240 60 300 ProjectlD County RIV150618 Riverside Description: Air Basin SSAB Model RTP ID Program REG0702 VEN03 PTC System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 200 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment 0 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT: PURCHASE OF 3 REPLACEMENT NON -REVENUE CNG RELIEF CARS AND 2 REPLACEMENT PICK-UP TRUCKS (FY15 5307) (UZA: INCCPS) Fund ENG R/W 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV150618 Total CON Total Prior 160 160 160 40 40 40 200 200 200 2016/2017 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 160 40 200 ProjectlD RIV150619 Description: County Riverside Air Basin Model RTP ID Program SSAB REG0702 BUR17 System Conformity Category T EXEMPT - 93.126 PTC 5,175 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY Amendment IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE TRANSIT: GROUPED PROJECTS FOR PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET. - PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93.126 EXEMPT TABLES 2 AND TABLE 3 CATEGORIES - PURCHASE OF NEW BUSES AND RAIL CARS TO REPLACE EXISTING VEHICLES OR FOR MINOR EXPANSIONS OF THE FLEET. Fund 53071C INDIO-CATHEDRAL CITY URBANIZED AREA PUBLIC TRANS MODERINAZATION IMP AND SERV. ENHANCEMENT ACCT. RIV150619 Total ENG R/W CON 244 4,931 Total Prior 244 244 4,931 4,931 5,175 5,175 5,175 2016/2017 I 2017/2018 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 Total 244 4,931 5,175 Print Date: 1/11/2016 9:20:29 AM Page: 100 of 101 40410 404 :a6ed INV 6Z:OZ:6 940Z/44/4 :elea luud Z69'4LL'04 L46`L44 LI.VLOL 4Z9'99L £49`£99 69£'690`Z £LE'06£`4 Z99`2.40'S Z69`4LL`04 95L`OZS'9 090'944`4 990`E£4'4 lelol puei0 LIZ0£ L4Z`0E L4Z`OE L!ZOE Ie101OZ9094ARi 994 994 994 994 INV219021d 3aVat aNV dVO Z6V9 Z617'9 Z617`9 Z617`9 xVl S31VS 00 AI21 L99`174 LS9`174 L59`174 L99`174 saNn3SNV2i11V0o1 9E9`E 9£S`£ 9£9`E 9£9'£ 3nN3A3?I3HV3 1749`4 1749'4 1749`4 1749`4 A0N3OV INVH002Id Vlnmo3 09£ 09£ 09£ 09£ V32lV a3ZINVEIWINON - 44E9 V32IV 03ZINVEMn OOZE OOZE OOZ`£ OOZE hlI0lV2Ia31-11V0-0I0NI0IL0E9 ':leloi ZZOZ/4ZOZ j4ZOZ/OZOZ 7OZOZ/640Z 640Z/940Z 940Z/L40Z 1L40Z/940Z mud lelol NOD MRi 19N3 I pui-141 (SdOONI :VZfl) '94/94Ad 210d 30IA213S 11SNVH1V2IVd CINV 31nc% (mid 210d 3ONVISISSV ONI1V2i3d0 :11SNV21131\1I1NnS 2i0d A3l1VA V-1131-10V00 3H1 NI AON3OV 11SNVaL 31\1I1N(13 kua6y L4Z`OE Old :uogduosaa 0 9Z4-£6-1dW3X3 1 000f18 ZOL0032i BVSS 9131s.lan23 OZ9094Al l luawpuawy /.io6aleO Allwwoluo0 walsAs we.160Jd of dill IaPoW -ulses end fqunoO CIIPafad spuesnoyl uI lsoo llsue�l `AemilB!H 01e1S `Aenn1-161H Pool (ZZOZ/I ZOZ Ad - L40Z/91.0Z Ad) dad LI-OZ 6uRsn pafald S1N3WN213A0910 NOLLVDOSSV VINNOillV) Nd3H1nOS AGENDA ITEM ZI RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 18, 2016 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: Draft 2016 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy — Plan Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In December, SCAG released the Draft 2016 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (2016 RTP/SCS) for a 60-day public comment period. Staff reviewed the project listings for Riverside County and determined the project updates provided by our member agencies have been correctly incorporated into the Draft 2016 RTP/SCS project listing. The only difference to note is that SCAG escalated the dollar amounts that were provided by the project sponsors, which is a federal requirement. In order to not get into a situation where the project cost is under estimated, if the adjustment would result in the cost being lower than the initial estimate provided, SCAG used the higher initial estimate provided by the local agency to be conservative. I encourage you to take a look at the draft 2016 RTP/SCS as the document includes extensive planning efforts ongoing throughout the SCAG region that can be beneficial to your communities. SCAG will also conduct 13 elected officials' briefings throughout the region, starting January 6, 2016, and ending January 27, 2016. Shirley Medina will be providing the official comments to SCAG on behalf of the Commission on the overall 2016 RTP/SCS by the deadline of February 1, 2016. AGENDA ITEM ZZ RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 25, 2016 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Eric DeHate, Management Analyst Grace Alvarez, Planning and Programming Manager Shirley Medina, Planning and Programming Director SUBJECT: Draft Obligation Delivery Plan — FFY 2015/16 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As you may recall on September 21, 2015, RCTC presented a draft FFY 2015/16 obligation plan that included carryover projects from the FFY 2014/15 obligation plan. Many of these projects were from the 2013 Multi -Funding Call for Projects, 2013 RSTP Call for Projects, CVAG's 2014 CMAQ Call for Projects and various other projects that had been awarded RSTP or CMAQ funds by the Commission. Now that that FFY 2014/15 has ended, attached is a draft FFY 15/16 obligation plan. This draft obligation plan is an outline of the projects that have STP or CMAQ programmed in FFY 2015/16. RCTC and Ca!trans Local Assistance are teaming up to assist the local agencies to secure the required RFA approvals with the goal of obligating 100 percent of Riverside's Obligation Authority in FFY 2015/16 ($64.4 Million). An early start of the FFY 2015/16 Obligation Plan provides a better opportunity to receive federal obligation approvals before the OA runs out. The information provided in the draft FFY 2015/16 obligation plan came from milestone updates and discussions with project sponsors from the 2017 FTIP update. RCTC will also continue to monitor the progress of the project delivery to use as perhaps a new scoring category for future call for projects. RCTC would like to reiterate its Planning and Programming staff is available to assist you with the processing of the RFA and to help you navigate through the federal -aid process. Attachment: Draft FFY 2015/16 Obligation Plan RIVERSIDE COUNTY - DRAFT FFY 2015/2016 OBLIGATION PLAN Cam Ihwrsdt k otpers m CM16.10 Ag FTIP ID Pr Location Project Scope/Description RFA Subm. To Caltrans D-8 (Projected) CMAQ STP-L Funding Phase Current Project Status FTIP Funding Year Comments Beaumont RIV050535 SR60/Potrero Blvd. Interchange Ph. 1 IC Project 6/30/2016 $ 8,929,000 Con ROW Cert EPSP from FY 16/17 W EIL 19-/L-19V-V V - IUIDL I W IUCU pndse with a start date of June 2014; As of 11/24/2015, City still working through R/W and will report back after January 2016 to determine feasibility of Construction Coachella RIV151217 Ave 48 from Jackson to Van Buren Street Widening 6/30/2016 $ 2,278,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 Agmt 14-/2-14/-00 Cons funded phase with a start of cons Jan 2015; As of 11/24/2015, City is working on technical studies Corona Magnolia Ave Improvements 6/30/2016 $ 943,000 PA&ED Planning FY 15/16 As of 1/11/2016, Magnolia Ave improvements to be approved at January TAC meeting CVAG RIV140820 Coachella Regional Traffic Synchronization System Integration ITS 7/13/2015 $ 2,435,000 ITS ENG PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 1/7/2016, RFA for PE re -submitted to Local Assistance Indio RIV151001 HWY 111 Widening 760 FT WEST OF MADISON ST TO RUBIDOUX ST 4/30/2016 $ 4,680,000 Con PA&ED EPSP from FY 16/17 As of 9/30/2015, currently completing environmental studies. Anticipated approval of environmental studies is end of January 2016 Moreno Valley RIV151202 Various Locations (TCM) Signal Synchronization 2/2/2016 $ 1,542,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 11/23/2015 currently completing environmental studies. To be constructed with RIV151203 Moreno Valley RIV151203 Cactus, Alessandro and Day Dynamic Message Signs 2/2/2016 $ 341,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 11/23/2015 currently completing environmental studies. To be constructed with RIV151202 Palm Springs RIV131001 Gene Autry Trail and Vista Chino Second Left Turn Lane 6/30/2016 $ 246,200 Con Planning FY 15/16 As of 10/29/2015, project has to go through Tribal review Palm Springs RIV140818 Various Locations 9.8 miles of Class II and Class III Bike Lanes 6/30/2016 $ 402,000 Con Eng FY 15/16 As of 10/29/2015, currently in design Rancho Mirage RIV110130 Monterey Ave. SB Widening - Dinah Shore to Gerald Ford Widening Road and Improvements 5/1/2016 $ 850,000 Con ROW Cert FY 15/16 As of 11/29/2015, Design 85% complete and R/W 75% complete RCTC RIV071267 1-15 Express Lanes 1-15 Express Lanes 7/3/2016 $ 5,000,000 PA&ED PA&ED EPSP from FY 16/17 Federal funds approved for programming Commission. RCTC RIV151221 Pachappa Overhead Project Pachappa Overhead Project 7/3/2016 $ 11,509,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 Federal funds approved for programming Commission. Riverside RIV151205 Magnolia Ave from First street to Buchanan(TCM) Signal Synchronization 3/15/2016 $ 1,012,500 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 Multi -funding Call for Projects Award. As of 11/24/2015, Awaiting PES approval. Riverside RIV151209 Bike share program -4 Locations (TCM) Bike Lockers for last mile share (TCM) 5/30/2016 $ 240,000 Con R/W Cert FY 15/16 Agmt14-72-130-00 Cons tunded phase with start of cons June 2015. As of 11/30/2015, awaiting R/W cert September 15, 2015 FTIP ID Project Location Project Scope/Description RFA Subm. To Caltrans D-8 (Projected) CMAQ STP-L Funding Phase Current Project Status FTIP Funding Year Comments ,Agency Riverside RIV151215 Bruce Street (TCM) Sidewalks 6/30/2016 $ 195,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 Agmt 14-72-131-00 Cons funded phase with start of cons Sept 2015. FPN secured.As of 10/20/2015, City trying to complete two environmental studies Riverside RIV151216 Magnolia Ave from Buchanan to Banbury Street Widening 6/30/2016 $ 2,620,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 Multi -funding Lall for Projects Award. As of 11/24/2015, City trying to complete environmental studies by end of April 2016 Riverside County RIV071288 Ave 66 GS Bypass Grade Separation Bypass 6/30/2016 $ 15,350,000 Con Eng FY 15/16 Project approved for federal funds to complete Ave 66 Grade Separation Bypass. Currently in Design Temecula RIV62031 1-15/5R-79 IC IC Project 2/28/2016 $ 12,976,000 Con R/W CERT FY 15/16 Agmt 14-72-143-00 Cons funded phase with start of cons Dec 2014. As of 1/6/2016, RFA date is February 2016 RIV151213 Grand Ave Bike Lanes (TCM) Bike Lanes 3/31/2016 $ 614,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 Agmt 14-JZ-13b-UU Cons funned with start of Con March 2015. RFA delayed to FY 15/16. To be constructed with RIV151214 Wildomar RIV151214 G+ar+dAvrt Bika LAnss (TCM) Bike Lanes Ph 11 3/31/2016 $ 747,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 Agmt 14-7Z-137-00 Cons funned with start of Con March 2016. RFA delayed to FY 15/16. To be constructed with RIV151213 Banning RIV130401 Ramsey St. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 4/1/2016 $ 182,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 11/23/2015 - Second PES submitted on 11/9/2015. Also suxr:tted ADA and DBE information Beaumont RIV130401 8th Street Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation Pavement Rehab 6/30/2016 $ 220,000 Con Planning FY 15/16 No FPN secured as of 1/11/2016 Blythe RIV130402 N. Broadway Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 2/1/2016 $ 150,000 Con R/W Cert FY 15/16 As of 12/14/2015, CE Approved. Currently in design. Calimesa RIV130401 Calimesa and Avenue L Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 6/30/2016 $ 54,000 Con Planning FY 15/16 As of 12/18/2015 - FPN information submitted Coachella RIV130402 Grapefruit Blvd. Pavement Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Pavement Rehab 7/3/2016 $ 215,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 11/24/2015 - limits changed and new information submitted to Caltrans Corona RIV130401 Ontario Ave Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 4/30/2016 $ 832,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 1/6/2016, PES comments submitted to City on 12/10/2015 Hemet RIV130401 Gilbert St. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 7/3/2016 $ 443,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 11/23/2015, City submitted PES on 11/9/2015. Comments to follow Indian Wells RIV130402 Cook Street Rubberized Overlay Pavement Rehab 4/15/2016 $ 135,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 12/7/2015, CE Re-evaluation approved Jurupa Valley RIV130401 Van Buren Blvd. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab $ 387,000 Con Planning FY 15/16 Still awaiting LOCODE determination Lake Elsinore RIV130401 Gunnerson St. Pavement Rehabilitation. Pavement Rehab 1/30/2016 $ 286,000 Con Con FY 15/16 As of 1/8/2016, RFA to be re -submitted to Caltrans Menifee RIV130401 Newport Rd Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 6/1/2016 $ 323,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 1/6/2016, FPN secured and PES submitted to Local Assistance September 15, 2015 Agency FTIP ID Project Location Project Scope/Description RFA Subm. To Ca!trans D-8 (Projected) CMAQ STP-L Funding Phase Current Project Status FTIP Funding Year Comments Norco RIV130401 Pavement Overlay - Various Locations Pavement Rehab 6/30/2016 $ 178,000 Con Planning FY 15/16 No FPN secured as of 1/11/2016. City WOI need to amend Master Agreement and submit ADA and DBE information to Local Assistance Perris RIV130401 Redlands Ave pavement rehab Pavement Rehab 4/30/2016 $ 312,609 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 1/7/2016, PES submitted to Local Assistance Rancho Mirage RIV130402 Old Hwy 111 Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 3/31/2016 $ 162,000 Con ROW Cert FY 15/16 As of 11/19/2015, CE approved and in design San Jacinto RIV130401 San Jacinto Ave Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 4/30/2016 $ 290,000 Con PA&ED FY 15/16 As of 1/7/2016, PES submitted to Local Assistance Temecula RIV130401 Winchester Rd. Pavement Rehab Pavement Rehab 2/28/2016 $ 646,000 Con R/W CERT FY 15/16 As of 1/8/2016, Awaiting R/W cert OP - Totals $ 19,283,700 $ 58,441,609 $ 77,725,309 September 15, 2015 AGENDA ITEM 13 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 13. AGENDA ITEM 14 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 14. Grace Alvarez From: Thompson, Alan [THOMPSON@scag.ca.gov] Monday, January 11, 2016 4:34 PM Sent: To: Grace Alvarez Subject: Invitation: California Strategic Highway Safety Plan Regional Summit On February 24th 2016, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) will host the Regional Transportation Safety Summit. sponsored by the California Department of Transportation. The Summit will introduce the newly updated Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), a statewide, coordinated safety plan that provides a comprehensive framework for reducing highway fatalities and severe injuries on all public roads. Learn what the new California Strategic Highway Safety Plan means for your agency: • Learn about the top traffic safety problems in your region • Learn about innovative local initiatives underway in your region • Participate in workgroup discussions about priority safety strategies and actions for your region • Find out about funding sources for safety planning, infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects • Learn about new safety resources Additionally, there will be presentations on SCAG's Regional Transportation Plan. the Go Human Campaign, and other local innovations. These presentations will identify key strategies to ensure the safety of people walking and biking in the Southern California region. Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 Time: 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Location: Southern California Association of Governments (Los Angeles) 818 West 7th Street, 12th Floor (across from the 7th Street/Metro Center station) To register, please Click Here. If you have any questions, please contact Alan Thompson at thompson@scag.ca.gov or (213) 236-1940. 1 h ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Thursday_, March 24_, 2016_, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Ca/trans_, District 7 at 100 S. Main Street_, CA 90012 (Room 1.040A) Registration !'!formation and Agenda. to .follow at a later date. The Future of Transportation in Riverside County: What We Can Do About It January 28, 2016 Riverside County Transportation Commission Transportation as an Economic Game-Changer for Riverside County 1/25/2016 1 Most trips will be within Riverside County, speaking to the need to improve transportation internal to the county. Lower development densities equate to lower transit ridership. 1/25/2016 2 I':;: histing Programs !ll!DiscretionaryGrants ~PossibleNew Sources 1/25/2016 3 Existing Funds: $6.114 billion Additional Funds Needed Non-motorized/ActiveTransportation -$441 million Transit-BusCapital ••••••m $357 million Translt-Commuter/RegionalRail I lntercityRail. GradeSeparations. Arterials- Freeways&lnterchanges- $1145billion $134million $1.376b!llion $7.956b1llion $5.843billion 90% 100% $17 .508 billion:: TOTAL GAP Discretionary Funds add $1.363 billion Additional Funds Needed Non-motori2ed/ActiveTransportation ••••••111 $265million Transit-BusCapital •••••••• $300milhon Transit-Commuter/RegionalRail ••••• $642m1lhon lntercityRail ····••1111 $63million GradeSeparations-$L129billion Arterials $7.736billion $5.785billion Freeways&1nterchanges 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% SO% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100 $16.157 billion -TOTAL GA Ill Category A •Category B •Category C " Funding Gap (in millions) Federal Gas Tax: to Crease $587 State Gas Tax Increase $847 Mileag¢.-Based user Fees (plusStat~GasTax) ,$-1,957 Measure A2: 20-year 1/4( I $1,265 Vehicle Uceinse f'ee tncrea-se $12~· Freeway Mitigation Fee $585 Tofl Revenues $241 Private Railroad Funds $153 Total $6.058 billion 1/25/2016 4 Status of the Highway Account of the Highway Trust Fund •• _.,, 1006 2003 2010 ton lOH 1016 2-QU, 2020 2012 10Z4 a Existing Revenue mFutureF<irebox Revenues i'iiCMAQ lll!StateOperatingAssistancefor Intercity Rail B:!UnfundedNeed Public Opinion Research August and October 2015 800 Likely Voters Countywide 1/25/2016 5 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Local City Governmerit R1vers1deCour1ty Board of Supervisors Riverside County Trarisportatmri Commis1or1 California State Legislature PN00p1r11or1 111Dissat1sfied ;;-;Sat1sf1ed llfl'k> ™~"Hon tJl01{f !!!:J>ll-!l'wn-; ~-HW·• 1/25/2016 6 I • Perris • Winchester • Palm Desert • Riverside •Temecula • Blythe Workshop Over 200+ attendees 1111'NoOpin1on 1. Maximize capacity through the use of existing infrastructure and information technology. 2. The County benefits when the nexus between transportation and land use planning is met. 3. Recognize the need for better connectivity between rural (affordable) and urban centers. 4. Generate transportation policy by respecting the needs of users and how it makes their lives better and more convenient. 1/25/2016 7 " Riverside County will continue growing: )> Jobs/Housing ratio will remain out of balance; )> Transportation within the county must be addressed; :i> Congestion will outpace projects; " More integrated transportation and land use planning across government agencies is needed to optimize county infrastructure and prepare for future growth. " Despite historic levels of investment in transportation, the public is very unaware of RCTC or Measure A (we're not getting credit); " The public supports tolling. Tolling can provide: );> Opportunity for RCTC to reintroduce itself to public );> Opportunity to look at additional projects, solutions 1/25/2016 8 " New revenue is necessary to meet needs and expectations; ~ Operations funding for rail and transit cannot be overlooked, especially if service is to expand; " The public supports transportation but is not ready today to approve new taxes or fees; " Even after securing all potential revenue, the gap will be large: ~ How we use infrastructure and technology must change to help close the gap. 1. Planning for the Future 2. Maximizing Our Assets 3. Increasing Funding 4. Communicate More 1/25/2016 9 ./ Countywide Transportation Plan ./Evaluate new tolling options ./ RCTC leads on rail projects ./New 10-Yr Measure A Delivery Plan Y Focus on deferred projects Y CETAP evaluation ./ Optimize existing funding sources ~ 2019 Measure A Expenditure Plan Update ~ Integration of all projects across modes ~ Aggressively seek competitive grants ~ Re-evaluate funding allocations (among bus/rail, etc.) ./ Prioritization and Phasing Assessment ~ Where/how can we get projects for the best value? ~ How can technology help reduce needs? ./ Pursue project delivery policy reform ./ Enhance Commuter Assistance Program ./ Effectuate development of TOD around rail/transit . ./ Promote development/expansion of employment centers supported by multi-modal transportation . ./ Enhance transit service levels to low-income and transit dependent communities . ./ Make RivCo transportation system more "user friendly" and visible to the public 1/25/2016 10 ./ Encourage new state and federal funding ./ Submit a new sales tax measure to voters in 2018 or 2020 ./Tolling ./ Consider a truck impact mitigation fee and/or development mitigation fee for highways ./ Address future transit and rail operations and maintenance shortfalls ./ Ongoing public education and engagement ./ Enhance existing stakeholder engagement ./ Customer-service focus: ~ Develop outreach and feedback mechanisms for customer communication Recommended Actions 1/25/2016 11 Four items for FY 2016/17 Commission Budget: 1) Countywide Integrated Long Range Transportation Plan 2) "Next Generation" toll feasibility study 3) "Next Generation" rail feasibility study 4) Long-term communications and customer/public engagement Four policy items: 1) Integration of projects across modes 2) Update funding allocation policies 3) Begin 2019-2029 Measure A Delivery Plan 4) Adopt as a Commission objective to submit an additional local sales tax measure to Riverside County voters on the November 2018 or 2020 ballot 1/25/2016 12