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03 March 19, 2018 Technical advisoryComments are welcomed by the Commission. If you wish to provide comments to the Commission, please complete and submit a Speaker Card to the Clerk of the Board. MEETING AGENDA Technical Advisory Committee Time 10:30 a.m. (PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE) Date March 19, 2018 Location Coachella Valley Association of Governments Board Room 73710 Fred Waring Drive Palm Desert, CA 92260 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Lori Askew, City of Calimesa Armando Baldizzone, City of Blythe Chad Blais, City of Norco Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert K. George Colangeli, PVVTA John Corella, City of Cathedral City Jesse Eckenroth, City of Rancho Mirage Brad Fagrell, City of Lake Elsinore Tom Garcia, City of Palm Springs Christopher Gray, WRCOG Jonathan Hoy, City of Coachella Joe Indrawan, City of Eastvale Amer Jakher, City of Beaumont Rohan Kuruppu, Riverside Transit Agency David Lee, Caltrans District 8 Steve Loriso, City of Jurupa Valley Martin Magana, CVAG Brian McKinney, City of La Quinta Bob Moehling, City of Murrieta Farshid Mohammadi, City of Riverside Vice Chair Habib Motlagh, Cities of Perris and San Jacinto Nelson Nelson, City of Corona Aaron Palmer, City of Canyon Lake Daniel Porras, City of Desert Hot Springs Patricia Romo, County of Riverside Ken Seumalo, City of Indian Wells – Chair Sudi Shoja, City of Hemet Jonathan Smith, City of Menifee Patrick Thomas, City of Temecula Art Vela, City of Banning Timothy T. Wassil, City of Indio Michael Wolfe, City of Moreno Valley Dan York, City of Wildomar Vacant, SunLine Transit Agency COMM-TAC-00060 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. TIME: 10:30 A.M. DATE: March 19, 2018 LOCATION: Coachella Valley Association of Governments Board Room 73710 Fred Waring Drive Palm Desert, CA 92260 In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Government Code Section 54954.2, and the Federal Transit Administration Title VI, please contact the Clerk of the Board at (951) 787‐7141 if special assistance is needed to participate in a public meeting, including accessibility and translation services. Assistance is provided free of charge. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to the meeting time will assist staff in assuring reasonable arrangements can be made to provide assistance at the meeting. 1. Call to Order 2. Self-Introductions 3. Approval of November 20, 2017 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. Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Update (Attachment) 6. Active Transportation Program (ATP) 10-Point Policy (Attachment) 7. Truck Study Update (Attachment) 8. Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) Update (Verbal Presentation) 9. Federal Obligation Plan Update (Attachment) 10. Caltrans Update (Verbal Presentation) 11. March Commission Meeting Highlights (Verbal Presentation) 12. Other Announcements 13. Other Business 14. Adjournment Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 19, 2018 Page 2 The next meeting will be May 21, 2018 in Riverside at 10:00 a.m. MINUTES AGENDA ITEM 5 RCTC Long Range Transportation Plan Presented By: Prepared For: RCTC Project Understanding •The LRTP will: –Dovetail with and bridge local plans and SCAG’s Regional Transportation Plan –Support the County’s economy and quality of life through: •Smart planning •Project development •Implementation •The LRTP must be based on and is constrained by: –Voter approved Measure A requirements –The 2016 Strategic Assessment –Evolving state & federal transportation plans & policies, especially performance-based planning requisites –County residents’ opinions (public & stakeholders) –Implementation of new & innovative projects such as Tolled Express Lanes & rail extensions –The County’s dynamic economic system & demographic trends –Revenue realities RCTC Project Understanding Project Approach •Task 2 -Develop Vision/Guiding Goals Draft Under Review •Task 3 -Analyze Existing & Future Transportation Conditions -and - •Task 4 –Transportation Issues & Strategies for Investments including………. Project Approach –Demographics Draft Under Development –Regional Highway/Local Street Network Connectivity, Maintenance, & Operations Draft Under Development –Transit System and Service Providers’ Connectivity, Maintenance, and Operations Draft Under Development –Paratransit Services Draft Under Development –Bicycle & Pedestrian Systems Draft Under Development –Goods Movement Draft Under Development –Funding Sources Draft Under Development Project Approach –Transit Oriented Development/High Quality Transit Areas –Transportation Systems Management/Transportation Demand Management –Sustainability Issues –Economic Development Project Approach •Task 5 –Proposed Projects and Programs including: –Identification of Projects and Programs In Process –Packaging of Transportation Investments •Task 6 -Evaluation Tools including: –Define Model Process, Horizon years, and Land Use Network Assumptions In Process –Cost Estimation –Performance Measures & Methodology Draft Under Review Project Approach •Task 7 –Draft LRTP •Task 8 –Final LRTP •Task 9 –Draft Measure A 2019 Transportation Expenditure Plan •Task 10 OPTIONAL –Transportation Projects & Programs Beyond Current & Future Funding Levels •Task 11 –Outreach –Outreach Plan Draft Under Review –Advisory Committee In Process –Other Outreach Remaining Project Schedule •Task 3: Existing and Future Conditions Report –Draft Submitted March 1, 2018 •Task 4: Transportation Issues & Strategies Report –May 1, 2018 •Task 5: Proposed Projects and Programs –July 2018 •Task 6: Project Evaluation –September 2018 •Tasks 7 & 8: Prepare Draft and Final LRTP –Draft December 2018; Final April 2019 •Task 9: Measure A 2019 Plan Review/Update –Draft February 2019; Final March 2019 Questions AGENDA ITEM 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 19, 2018 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Lorelle Moe-Luna, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: Active Transportation Program - Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Regional Program Guidelines and Methodology for Assigning Additional Points for Riverside County Project Applications STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Discuss and provide input on the Active Transportation Program (ATP) - Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (MPO) Regional Program Guidelines and methodology for assigning 10 points for Riverside County project applications. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: ATP is a highly competitive statewide program that funds bicycle and pedestrian facilities and programs to enhance or encourage walking and biking. The California Transportation Commission (CTC) awards 50 percent of the funds at the statewide competitive level, 10 percent to small urban and rural regions, and 40 percent at the large Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) level. The ATP process allows applicants two opportunities for award – statewide and large MPO level. As part of the sequential project selection, projects are first evaluated statewide and those that are not ranked high enough for statewide funding are automatically provided a second opportunity for funding through the large MPO share. As the MPO, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is required to work with county transportation commissions, the CTC, and Caltrans to develop its regional program recommendations. As part of the development of the regional program guidelines, SCAG allows each county transportation commission to assign up to 10 points to the CTC’s project scores for projects that are consistent with local and regional plans. Each county transportation commission in the SCAG region is responsible for defining “plans” and developing its guidance and methodology for assigning the additional 10 points. In addition, if a county transportation commission assigns points to a project for which it is the lead applicant, an explanation must be provided on how the scoring process resulted in an unbiased evaluation of projects. In April 2014, the Commission approved staff’s recommendation to assign 10 points to each application if the project is consistent with an adopted local and regional “plan.” A “plan” may include, but is not limited to, the following:  Measure A Expenditure Plan  Riverside County Public Transportation – Annual Countywide Performance Report  SCAG Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy  Western Riverside Council of Government’s Non-Motorized Transportation Plan  Coachella Valley Association of Government’s Non-Motorized Transportation Plan  City/County/School District Bicycle Plans  City/County/School District Pedestrian Facilities  Trail System – Regional of Multi-County Trail System (e.g. Santa Ana River Trail, CV-Link)  Other The current policy was developed based on the consideration that the CTC had yet to administer its first call for projects at the time under the new ATP, thus, allowing staff maximum flexibility and discretion to Riverside County projects selected under the MPO regional program. Now that three cycles of ATP have passed, staff recommends that the 10 -point policy be reviewed for potential revisions with participation and feedback from the TAC committee. A subcommittee can be formed, if the TAC chooses; however, it would be recommended that there is diversity and equity by geographic and subregional representation, including jurisdictions that have and have not applied for ATP funds. As a point of comparison, staff has compiled how other county transpo rtation commissions are assigning their 10-points, as shown in the table below. Other considerations of the policy that can also be adopted is how a tie between multiple projects will be handled. ATP MPO 10-Point Policy by County Transportation Commission County Points Criteria Riverside 10 Consistent with local and regional plan San Bernardino 10 Consistent with local and regional plan Imperial 10 Consistent with local and regional plan Orange Maximum of 10 points 5 A planned bikeway in the Orange County Commuter Bikeways Strategic Plan 5 Project is included in the Orange County Non-motorized Metrolink Accessibility Strategy 5 Project is a sidewalk on a facility within the Master Plan of Arterial Highways 3 Project is included in a local agency bicycle or pedestrian master plan or active transportation plan 2 Project is included in a local SRTS Plan 2 Project is included in a specific plan or corridor plan 1 Project is included in local agency general plan or circulation plan Los Angeles 7 Consistent with local and regional plan 3 Successful in the Metro Call for Projects, all projects with Metro Board commitment, and all projects which implement Metro active transportation plans and policies Ventura 5 Consistent with local and regional plan 5 Safe Routes to School Project Next Steps Staff will continue to seek feedback and comments from TAC members and will return to the TAC in May 2018 with an update and recommended revisions, if necessary. If revisions to the policy are recommended, then staff will seek approval from the Commission at the June 2018 meet ing for submittal to SCAG by July 2018 for inclusion into the MPO Regional Program Guidelines. AGENDA ITEM 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 19, 2018 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Lorelle Moe-Luna, Planning and Programming Manager SUBJECT: Update on the Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of a Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to receive and file an update and presentation on the regional truck study and development and implementation of a regional logistics mitigation fee. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In January 2017, the Commission approved the award for a regional truck study and development and implementation of a regional logistics mitigation fee to WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc (now known as WSP). The study is the result of the settlement agreement between the Commission, the county of Riverside (County), city of Moreno Valley (Moreno Valley), and Highland Fairview in response to litigation involving the World Logistics Center (WLC). The Commission and the County had filed suit challenging the environmental impact report in order to ensure adequate mitigation to address added impacts created by the WLC project. Additional lawsuits were filed by the South Coast Air Quality Management District and a number of environmental organizations. The eventual settlement agreement was finalized to provide needed funding for infrastructure efforts that would help mitigate the impacts of this kind of development throughout the County and to do so in a way that would encourage ongoing economic development and job creation for County residents. A key provision of the settlement requires the Commission, the County, Moreno Valley, and Highland Fairview to conduct a regional transportation study to evaluate a logistics-related regional fee. A result of the study could be a new a program that the County and cities in the County could adopt. Such a program would, for example, set a fee on new distribution center warehouses, based on facility size, to help pay for highway improvements. This fee would differ from existing Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF) Programs in that it would only focus on highway projects, as compared to the regional TUMF Programs , which collect funds for regional arterials and local streets. If the County or at least 75 percent of the Commission’s member cities adopt a regional warehouse fee within two years after a final court judgment is issued, Highland Fairview will pay 65 cents per square foot for each operating warehouse within the WLC. If no regional fee is adopted, the fee would be 50 cents per square foot. Proceeds would be used for projects identified as part of the regional truck study. Project Status Upon approval of the award in January 2017, the study was kicked off in spring 2017 and is projected to be completed by summer 2018. The scope of work includes five tasks with deliverables as summarized in the table below. Task/Scope Deliverables Task 1: Existing and Future Conditions Analysis  Inventory existing and forecasted (2040) logistics facilities in the County, analyze the various types of logistics facilities, the functions that they serve, and the types of businesses that utilize them.  Quantify truck traffic and impacts on the highway system related to existing and forecasted (2040) logistics facilities in the County; describe the nature of the truck trips such as origin/destination, type of cargo, time-of-day, and equipment. Technical Memorandum on Existing and Future Conditions (October 2017) Task 2: Funding and Cost Analysis  Identify and quantify currently available funding sources and mechanisms to offset impacts of logistics facilities in the County.  Identify and quantify costs of addressing existing deficiencies in highway infrastructure in the County. Technical Memorandum on Funding Gap Report (March 2018) Task 3: Nexus Study  Establish the relationship between growth of logistics-related facilities within the County, truck traffic growth, and the needed improvements to mitigate such growth. Technical Memorandum on Logistics Facility Regional Nexus Study (April 2018) Task 4: Fee Allocation Structure and Implementing Mechanism  Design a fee program based on the research and review of existing and similar fess throughout the County and other states with consideration to the legal, political, and practical implications; conduct an economic elasticity analysis that measures the impact of a logistics-related facilities mitigation fee, particularly focused on local employment and economic development. Technical Memorandum on Fee Allocation Structure and Implementing Mechanism Plan (May 2018)  The proposed fee program will, at minimum, include: legal requirements; actions required by the Commission and other local jurisdictions; implementation mechanism; fee schedule; anticipated revenues; parameters of expenditures from fee revenues; and timeframe of the fee program. Task 5: Study Recommendations  A compilation of all information gathered from all tasks to make findings and recommendations to the Commission on actions it can take to establish a new regional logistics-related facilities mitigation fee in the County. Technical Memorandum on Study Recommendations, Final Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Study Document, including Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fees (June/July 2018) Darren Henderson, WSP Project Manager, will provide a presentation on the completed technical memorandums, discuss the data that has been gathered and analyzed, and highlight critical steps for moving forward. There is no financial impact for this item. ATTACHMENT 1: PowerPoint Presentation for March 19, 2018 TAC Meeting REGIONAL TRUCK STUDY AND DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF REGIONAL LOGISTICS MITIGATION FEE RCTC TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MARCH 19, 2018 Outline of Topics •Overview of Progress to Date –Identifying Deficiencies –Attributing Share of Impact –Estimating the Cost of Needed Improvements •Cost Estimation Methodology •Design Concepts to Mitigate Impacts •Conceptual Cost Estimates •Next Steps RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Overall Progress RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Completed Tasks Current Tasks Identified Deficiencies RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Identified Deficiencies STUDY ADVISORY TEAM MEETING, JANUARY 18, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Identified Deficiencies Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee SR-79 S Rancho California Rd 1.0 4 1.01 Rancho California Rd Winchester Rd 1.1 4 1.01 2 Winchester Rd Lane Add south of I-15/I-215 Split 0.7 4 1.08 Add aux lane between the on-ramp and the lane add 3 Clinton Keith Rd Baxter Rd 0.8 3 1.03 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 4 El Cerrito Rd Ontario Ave 0.2 3 1.03 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 5 Norco Dr/6th Street Limonite Ave 2.0 3 1.14 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps Cantu Galeano Ranch Rd Limonite Ave 1.3 3 1.02 Limonite Ave Norco Dr/6th Street 2.0 3 1.04 7 El Cerrito Rd Dos Lagos Dr 2.1 3 1.09 Widen mainline to 4 lanes 8 Temescal Canyon Rd Indian Truck Trail 2.2 3 1.01 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps Rubidoux Blvd Market St 0.8 3 1.03 Market St Main St 0.1 3 1.06 Box Springs Rd Central Ave/Watkins Dr 0.4 3 1.07 Central Ave/Watkins Dr Martin Luther King Jr 0.8 3 1.23 10c University Ave Off-Ramp Upstream of Univ Ave On-ramp 0.4 3 1.04 Add aux lane upstream of the on-ramp to the off-ramp 11 Center St Off-Ramp Riverside County Line/Iowa Ave 0.5 3 1.03 Add aux lane between the off-ramp and the county line 12 Martin Luther King Jr Sycamore Canyon Rd 1.6 4 1.25 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 13 Van Buren Blvd Harley Knox Blvd 1.2 3 1.06 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps Riverside County Line Green River Rd Off-Ramp 0.8 5 1.23 Add aux lane from the county line to Green River Rd. off-ramp Green River Rd Off-Ramp SR-71 1.3 5 1.02 Widen mainline to 6 lanes SR-71 Serfas Club Dr Off-Ramp 1.4 4 1.27 Widen mainline to 6 lanes 15 Serfas Club Dr Off-Ramp Grand Blvd Off-Ramp 2.3 4 1.23 Widen mainline to 5 lanes 16 On-Ramp from SB I-15 On-Ramp from NB I-15 0.3 3 1.07 Add aux lane 17 McKinley St Off-Ramp Pierce St 1.6 3 1.14 Widen mainline to 4 lanes 18 Magnolia Ave La Sierra Ave 0.3 3 1.00 Add aux lane between the ramps Serfas Club Dr Off-Ramp Lane Add at SR-71 2.3 4 1.12 Widen mainline to 5 lanes Lane Add at SR-71 Riverside County Line 1.7 5 1.07 Widen mainline to 6 lanes Segment Length Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps Existing LanesIDRoute Name Dir Beginning End 2040 Max V/C Recommended Improvement 1 6 I-15 NB SB 9 SR-60 EB 10 I-215 NB SB 14 19 SB SR-91 NB Attributing the Share of Impacts to Warehousing and Logistics Uses RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Attributing the Share of Impacts Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 SR-91 Riverside to Corona SR-60 Western Moreno Valley I-5 North of Corona SR-60 Eastern Moreno Valley I-215 North of Riverside Components of 2040 Traffic Flow Existing Traffic Other Growth New Logistics Trucks Growth Worsens Existing Deficiencies Growth Creates New Deficiencies Existing Capacity can Handle Growth 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 SR-91 Riverside to Corona SR-60 Western Moreno Valley I-5 North of Corona SR-60 Eastern Moreno Valley I-215 North of Riverside Components of 2040 Traffic Flow Existing Traffic Other Growth New Logistics Trucks Existing Traffic Non-Warehouse Growth Warehouse Growth Capacity Attributing the Share of Impacts •Adjust for the following factors: –Existing capacity deficiency –Share of future traffic growth that is attributable to other development activity –Pass through trips that have a trip end outside Riverside County •Accomplished by comparing base model run to model run that separates warehouse and logistics uses RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Attributing the Share of Impacts Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee SR-79 S Rancho California Rd 1.0 1.01 1% Rancho California Rd Winchester Rd 1.1 1.01 1% 2 Winchester Rd Lane Add south of I-15/I-215 Split 0.7 1.08 Add aux lane between the on-ramp and the lane add 1% 3 Clinton Keith Rd Baxter Rd 0.8 1.03 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 0.3% 4 El Cerrito Rd Ontario Ave 0.2 1.03 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 1% 5 Norco Dr/6th Street Limonite Ave 2.0 1.14 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 1% Cantu Galeano Ranch Rd Limonite Ave 1.3 1.02 4% Limonite Ave Norco Dr/6th Street 2.0 1.04 5% 7 El Cerrito Rd Dos Lagos Dr 2.1 1.09 Widen mainline to 4 lanes 2% 8 Temescal Canyon Rd Indian Truck Trail 2.2 1.01 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 1% Rubidoux Blvd Market St 0.8 1.03 31% Market St Main St 0.1 1.06 39% Box Springs Rd Central Ave 0.4 1.07 14% Watkins Dr Martin Luther King Jr 0.8 1.23 38% 10c University Ave Off-Ramp Upstream of Univ Ave On-ramp 0.4 1.04 Add aux lane upstream of the on-ramp to the off-ramp 13% 11 Center St Off-Ramp Riverside County Line/Iowa Ave 0.5 1.03 Add aux lane between the off-ramp and the county line 12% 12 Martin Luther King Jr Sycamore Canyon Rd 1.6 1.25 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 57% 13 Van Buren Blvd Harley Knox Blvd 1.2 1.06 Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 4% Riverside County Line Green River Rd Off-Ramp 0.8 1.23 Add aux lane from the county line to Green River Rd. off-ramp 1% Green River Rd Off-Ramp SR-71 1.3 1.02 Widen mainline to 6 lanes 10% SR-71 Serfas Club Dr Off-Ramp 1.4 1.27 Widen mainline to 6 lanes 1% 15 Serfas Club Dr Off-Ramp Grand Blvd Off-Ramp 2.3 1.23 Widen mainline to 5 lanes 9% 16 On-Ramp from SB I-15 On-Ramp from NB I-15 0.3 1.07 Add aux lane 8% 17 McKinley St Off-Ramp Pierce St 1.6 1.14 Widen mainline to 4 lanes 10% 18 Magnolia Ave La Sierra Ave 0.3 1.00 Add aux lane between the ramps 8% Serfas Club Dr Off-Ramp Lane Add at SR-71 2.3 1.12 Widen mainline to 5 lanes 3% Lane Add at SR-71 Riverside County Line 1.7 1.07 Widen mainline to 6 lanes 2% 14 SR-91 NB 19 SB 9 SR-60 EB Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 10 I-215 NB Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps SB 1 I-15 NB Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 6 SB Add aux lane between the on- and off-ramps 2040 Max V/C Recommended Improvement % Deficiency Attributable to New Logistics Trucking ID Route Name Dir Beginning End Segment Length (mi) Estimating the Cost of Needed Improvements RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Cost Estimation Methodology •Deficient segments were reviewed to determine project limits/logical termini for mitigation project concepts •Mitigation project concepts were compared to completed and ongoing RCTC program to determine where deficiencies have been/are being mitigated •Conceptual designs were developed using Google desktop research. –All costs and impacts based on visual analysis –No detailed engineering completed for verification RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Cost Estimation Methodology •Conceptual costs were developed based on the quantification of construction elements in the conceptual designs •Unit cost values based on Caltrans 2016/2017 Construction Cost Database •Various ancillary and support cost factors, and contingency factor applied RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Design Concepts to Mitigate Impacts RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Conceptual Design I-15 SB Cajalco to Indian Truck STUDY ADVISORY TEAM MEETING, JANUARY 18, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Conceptual Design I-15 SB Cajalco to Indian Truck STUDY ADVISORY TEAM MEETING, JANUARY 18, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Conceptual Design I-15 SB Cajalco to Indian Truck STUDY ADVISORY TEAM MEETING, JANUARY 18, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Conceptual Cost Estimates RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Cost Estimation I-15 SB Cajalco to Indian Truck STUDY ADVISORY TEAM MEETING, FEBRUARY 22, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Cost Estimation I-15 SB Cajalco to Indian Truck RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Cost Estimation I-15 SB Cajalco to Indian Truck STUDY ADVISORY TEAM MEETING, FEBRUARY 22, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Total Conceptual Cost Estimate RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Total Conceptual Cost Estimate: $430,529,000 to 452,238,000 Next Steps RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee STUDY ADVISORY TEAM MEETING, FEBRUARY 22, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee Updated Schedule Next Steps •Calculate a Draft Fee Schedule •Prepare Nexus Study Report •Consider Fee Allocation and Implementation •Present Study Results RCTC TAC MEETING, MARCH 19, 2018 Regional Truck Study and Development and Implementation of Regional Logistics Mitigation Fee AGENDA ITEM 8 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 8. AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 19, 2018 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Martha Masters, Senior Management Analyst SUBJECT: Obligation Delivery Plan Update – FFY 2017/18 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As the Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA), RCTC is responsible for ensuring that federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) funds apportioned to Riverside County are allocated and obligated in a timely manner to prevent funds from lapsing. Federal Obligation Authority (OA) for the region is provided on an annual basis and has to be used in the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) it is provided. The Commission’s goal is to ensure that 100 percent of its OA is obligated. RCTC works closely with our local agencies and Caltrans to ensure projects on the Obligation Delivery Plan are obligated and delivered. Many of these projects are from the 2013 Multi -Funding Call for Projects, 2013 Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP a.k.a STBG) Call for Projects, CVAG’s 2014 CMAQ Call for Projects, and various other projects that had been awarded CMAQ or STBG funds by the Commission. The attached obligation plan provides an outline of the projects that have RSTP or CMAQ programmed in FFY 2017/18. The information provided in the attached obligation plan comes from milestone updates received from your agencies, discussions with project sponsors, and our monthly meetings with local assistance. As we continue into FFY 2017/18, it is recommended you begin your federal-aid process as soon as possible, and/or devote the resources needed to secure the federal approvals for obligation, en suring the timely obligation of the federal funds. In the attached FFY 2017/18 Obligation Plan, are the planned CMAQ and STBG obligations projects for the current year. If you anticipate a delay in obligating these funds this year, please notify RCTC staff with a project status update. It is critical that local agencies awarded federal funds meet the milestones established to ensure local OA does not lapse. RCTC will be reviewing agreement dates and contacting agencies that have made little to no progress to discuss alternatives for the federal award. RCTC staff is available to assist cities with the processing of the RFA submittals and the overall navigation through the federal-aid process. Attachment: FFY 2017/18 Obligation Plan DRAFT FFY 2017/2018 OBLIGATION PLANAs of 3/12/2018PA&EDPA&EDDateMilestone Date R/WR/WDateMilestone DateSTATE HWYAlbert Vergel de DiosPalm SpringsCML 5282(045)Gene Autry Trail and Vista Chino ‐ Cons 2nd LT Ln..246,200                              ConCleared 11/3/2017 11/3/2017 6/30/2018 PA&ED FY 17/18Chigo Dike Riverside Adams St at 91 IC 935,000                   EngPSR FY 17/18Evita PremdasCounty of Riverside for MenifeeSTPLN 5956(262) I‐215/Scott Rd IC (Phase I) 8,000,000               Con9/1/2017PS&E FY 17/18Subtotal 246,200                              8,935,000               LOCAL HWYChigo Dike BanningSTPL 5214(011)Ramsey St. Pavement Rehab182,000                   ConCleared 5/16/2017PA&ED FY 16/17Albert Vergel de DiosIndian Wells STPL 5401(003)Cook Street Rubberized Overlay Pavement Rehab135,000                   ConCleared 12/7/2015 5/30/2016 Cleared 6/30/20161/2/2018 Con FY 16/17Albert Vergel de DiosIndio CML‐5275(030)Paving of Four (4) residential roads in Indio1,132,000                           ConCleared7/12/20165/30/2017 6/30/20176/30/2018 6/30/2018 Design FY 17/18Current Project StatusFTIP Funding YearSTP-LFunding PhaseProject ApprovalsRFA Subm. To CT D8 (Projected)RFA MilestoneCaltrans Staff Agency FPN Project LocationCMAQPage 1 of 2 DRAFT FFY 2017/2018 OBLIGATION PLANAs of 3/12/2018PA&EDPA&EDDateMilestone Date R/WR/WDateMilestone DateCurrent Project StatusFTIP Funding YearSTP-LFunding PhaseProject ApprovalsRFA Subm. To CT D8 (Projected)RFA MilestoneCaltrans Staff Agency FPN Project LocationCMAQChigo Dike Moreno ValleyCML 5441(065)Various Locations Signal Synchronization (TCM)1,542,000                           ConCleared 10/5/2017 10/5/2017PA&ED FY 15/16Chigo Dike Moreno ValleyCML 5441(063)Cactus, Alessandro and Day (Dynamic Message Signs)341,000                              ConCleared 5/26/2017 5/25/2017PA&EDFY 16/17‐will EPSPAlbert Vergel de DiosRancho MirageCML 5412(016)Ramon Rd and Dinah Shore Dr  Traffic Flow Imp & Sand Fencing31,000                                 R/WPA&ED FY 17/18Chigo Dike RiversideSTPL 5058(102)Magnolia Ave from Buchanan to Banbury (Widening 4 ‐6 lns)2,620,000               ConCleared 1/25/2018PA&ED FY 17/18Eric Cowle/ Evita PremdasCVAG6164(021)CVAG Regional Synch 5,315,000                           ConCon FY 18/19Evita Premdas Riv. Co.CML 5956(241)Salt Creek Multi‐Modal Trail 5,090,000                           ConCleared 10/20/2017 6/30/2017Con FY 17/18Subtotal 13,451,000                        2,937,000               Total 13,697,200                        11,872,000             Page 2 of 2 AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. AGENDA ITEM 11 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11.