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05 May 22, 2017 Western Riverside County Programs and Projects• TIME: DATE: LOCATION: • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 22, 2017 BOARD ROOM County of Riverside Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, First Floor, Riverside ~ COMMITTEE MEMBERS .tq/ Deborah Franklin, Chair I Art Welch, City of Banning Adam Rush, Vice Chair I Clint Lori more, City of Eastvale Karen Spiegel I Randy Fox, City of Corona Brian Berkson/ Verne Lauritzen, City of Jurupa Valley Neil Winter/ John Denver, City of Menifee Victoria Baca I To Be Appointed, City of Moreno Valley Berwin Hanna I Ted Hoffman, City of Norco Michael Vargas/ Rita Rogers, City of Perris Andrew Kotyuk I Scott Miller, City of San Jacinto Ben Benoit I Timothy Walker, City of Wildomar Kevin Jeffries, County of Riverside, District I Marion Ashley, County of Riverside, District V ~STAFF .tq/ Anne Mayer, Executive Director John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director ~AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY .tq/ Air Quality, Capital Projects, Communications and Outreach Programs, lntermodal Programs, Motorist Services, New Corridors, Regional Agencies/Regional Planning, Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP}, Specific Transit Projects, State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP}, Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF} Program, and Provide Policy Direction on Transportation Programs and Projects related to Western Riverside County and other areas as may be prescribed by the Commission. RECORDS Comments are welcomed by the Committee. If you wish to provide comments to the Committee, please complete and submit a Speaker Card to the Clerk of the Board. COMM-WRC-00036 Alexandra Rackerby From: Sent: To: Subject: Alexandra Rackerby Thursday, May 18, 2017 8:22 AM Alexandra Rackerby RCTC Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee -lpad compatible users Good morning Commissioners, The Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee agenda for Monday, May 22 2017 is posted on our Website at http://www.rctcdev.info/uploads/media items/western-riverside-county-programs-and-projects- committee-may-22-2017 .original.pdf Let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you. Respectfully, Allie Rackerby Records Teclvtician Riverside County Transportation Commissiorl PO Box 12008, Rivenide, CA 92502-2208 4080 Lemon Stmet, 3111 Floor, Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 787-71411 rctc.org 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS COMMITTEE www.rctc.org    AGENDA*  *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda  1:30 p.m.  Monday, May 22, 2017    BOARD ROOM  County Administrative Center  4080 Lemon Street, First Floor  Riverside, California    In compliance with the Brown Act and Government Code Section 54957.5, agenda materials distributed 72  hours prior to the meeting, which are public records relating to open session agenda items, will be available for  inspection by members of the public prior to the meeting at the Commission office, 4080 Lemon Street, Third  Floor, Riverside, CA, and on the Commission’s website, www.rctc.org.    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 Commission 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 / ROLL CALL    2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE    3. PUBLIC COMMENTS – Each individual speaker is limited to speak three (3) continuous minutes  or less.  The Committee may, either at the direction of the Chair or by majority vote of the  Committee, waive this three minute time limitation.  Depending on the number of items on the  Agenda and the number of speakers, the Chair may, at his/her discretion, reduce the time of  each speaker to two (2) continuous minutes.  Also, the Committee may terminate public  comments if such comments become repetitious.  In addition, the maximum time for public  comment for any individual item or topic is thirty (30) minutes.  Speakers may not yield their  time to others without the consent of the Chair.  Any written documents to be distributed or  presented to the Committee shall be submitted to the Clerk of the Board.  This policy applies  to Public Comments and comments on Agenda Items.   Under the Brown Act, the Board should not take action on or discuss matters raised during  public comment portion of the agenda which are not listed on the agenda.  Board members  may refer such matters to staff for factual information or to be placed on the subsequent  agenda for consideration.    4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – MARCH 27, 2017    Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee  May 22, 2017  Page 2   5. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS (The Committee may add an item to the Agenda after making a  finding that there is a need to take immediate action on the item and that the item came to  the attention of the Committee subsequent to the posting of the agenda.  An action adding an  item to the agenda requires 2/3 vote of the Committee.  If there are less than 2/3 of the  Committee members present, adding an item to the agenda requires a unanimous vote.   Added items will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda.)  6. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH BNSF RAILWAY FOR THE STATE ROUTE 91 CORRIDOR  IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AT THE WEST PORPHYRY OVERHEAD  Page 1  Overview     This item is for the Committee to:     1) Approve Agreement No. 14‐31‐114‐02, Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No.  14‐31‐114‐00, with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (BNSF) for extended flagging  services related to the State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project (91 Project) for  an additional amount of $500,000, using the remaining contingency of $276,240  related to the BNSF construction and maintenance (C&M) agreements and authorize  an additional $223,760, for a total amount not to exceed $7,421,234;   2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute  the agreement; and   3) Forward to the Commission for final action.  7. ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR CONSTRUCTION ZONE ENHANCED ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM  INCLUDED IN THE STATE FURNISHED MATERIALS CATEGORY FOR THE STATE ROUTE 91  CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENT PROJECT  Page 8  Overview     This item is for the Committee to:     1) Authorize an increase in the expenditures for the Construction Zone Enhanced  Enforcement Program (COZEEP) under Agreement No. 12‐31‐070‐00 for the State  Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project (91 Project) for an additional amount of  $800,000, using the remaining contingency of $400,000 and authorizing an additional  $400,000, for a total not to exceed $5.1 million; and    2) Forward to the Commission for final action.    Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee  May 22, 2017  Page 3   8. AGREEMENT FOR SAFETY‐RELATED SERVICES WITH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL  AUTHORITY  Page 10  Overview     This item is for the Committee to:     1) Approve Agreement No. 17‐33‐094‐00 to Southern California Regional Rail Authority  (SCRRA) to define the roles and responsibilities of each party regarding safety‐related  services on the San Jacinto Branch Line (SJBL) for a five‐year term, in an amount not to  exceed $500,000;    2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to  execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission;  3) Authorize the Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute future  non‐funding related amendments to this agreement; and   4) Forward to the Commission for final action.  9. PROPOSED METROLINK BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017/18  Page 28  Overview     This item is for the Committee to:     1) Receive and file a report on the Commission’s portion of the FY 2017/18 Southern  California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) operating and capital budget;   2) Approve the FY 2017/18 SCRRA operating and capital budget, which results in a total  operating and capital subsidy of $21,318,000 from the Commission;    3) Authorize the Executive Director to enter into Memorandum of Understanding  No. 17‐25‐100‐00 with SCRRA regarding annual funding; and   4) Forward to the Commission for final action.      10. COMMISSIONERS / STAFF REPORT     Overview      This item provides the opportunity for the Commissioners and staff to report on attended and  upcoming meeting/conferences and issues related to Commission activities.    11. ADJOURNMENT    The next Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee meeting is scheduled  to be held at 1:30 p.m., Monday, June 26, 2017, Board Chambers, First Floor, County  Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside.    RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS COMMITTEE County of Riverside, District I County of Riverside, District V City of Banning City of Corona City of Eastvale City of Jurupa Valley City of Menifee City of Moreno Valley City of Norco City of Perris City of San Jacinto City of Wildomar ROLL CALL MAY 22, 2017 Present .z( ? ::::- Cl D :} t Absent D Cl D Cl D ~ Cl D ~ LI RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION    WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS COMMITTEE    Monday, March 27, 2017    MINUTES    1. CALL TO ORDER/ ROLL CALL    The meeting of the Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee was  called to order by Chair Deborah Franklin at 1:31 p.m., in the Board Room at the County  of Riverside Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, First Floor, Riverside, California,  92501.    2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE    At this time, Commissioner Berwin Hanna led the Western Riverside County Programs  and Projects Committee in a flag salute.    Members/Alternates Present Members Absent     Marion Ashley Andrew Kotyuk  Victoria Baca* Neil Winter  Ben Benoit*   Brian Berkson   Deborah Franklin   Berwin Hanna   Kevin Jeffries*   Clint Lorimore*   Karen Spiegel   Michael Vargas   *arrived after meeting was called to order     3. PUBLIC COMMENTS    There were no requests to speak from the public.    4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – FEBRUARY 27, 2016     M/S/C (Hanna/Benoit) to approve the minutes as submitted.        RCTC WRC Programs and Projects Committee Minutes   March 27, 2017  Page 2  5. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS    There were no additions or revisions at this time.    At this time, Commissioner Clint Lorimore joined the meeting.    6. AGREEMENT FOR INTERSTATE 15 EXPRESS LANES PROJECT DESIGN‐BUILD SERVICES    Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director, presented the scope of the agreement for  Interstate 15 Express Lanes project design‐build services.    At this time, Commissioner Kevin Jeffries joined the meeting.     In response to Commissioner Marion Ashley’s question regarding the office locations of  the firms that bid on the project, Michael Blomquist stated both companies have  Riverside County offices, as well as approximately 50 percent of the consultant that  comprise the Skanska‐Ames team listed in the presentation.     Anne Mayer, Executive Director, commended the project team and procurement staff  for their work.    M/S/C (Benoit/Hanna) to:    1) Award Agreement No. 16‐31‐057‐00 to Skanska‐Ames, a Joint Venture  (Skanska‐Ames) as the design‐builder to design and construct the  Interstate 15 Express Lanes project in the amount of $243,900,000, plus  a contingency amount of $19,512,000, for a total amount not to exceed  $263,412,000;  2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel  review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission;  3) Authorize the Executive Director or designee to approve the use of the  contingency amount as may be required by the project;  4) Authorize staff to issue a Notice to Proceed No. 1 under the agreement  in an amount not to exceed $5,250,000 after execution of the  agreement;   5) Authorize staff to issue a Notice to Proceed No. 2 for the remainder of  the agreement work after financial close including the successful sale of  bonds and funding of the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT)  Transportation Investment Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan and  design‐builder compliance with the agreement requirements; and  6) Forward to the Commission for final action.       RCTC WRC Programs and Projects Committee Minutes   March 27, 2017  Page 3  7. INTERSTATE 15 EXPRESS LANES PROJECT – AT&T UTILITY AGREEMENT    Mark Lancaster, Right of Way Manager, presented the scope of the AT&T utility  agreements for the I‐15 Express Lanes project.     M/S/C (Ashley/Lorimore) to:    1) Approve Agreement No. 17‐31‐080‐00 with AT&T for a utility relocation  for the Interstate 15 Express Lanes project (project) in the amount of  $296,524, plus a contingency amount of $29,652, for a revised total  amount not to exceed $326,176;  2) Authorize the Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to  execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission;   3) Authorize the Executive Director or designee to approve the use of the  contingency amount as may be required by the project; and  4) Forward to the Commission for final action.    8. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH HDR ENGINEERING INC. FOR CONSTRUCTION  MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE PERRIS VALLEY LINE PROJECT    Edda Rosso, Capital Projects Manager, presented the scope of the amendment to  agreement with HDR Engineering Inc. for construction management services for the  Perris Valley Line project.    At Commissioner Kevin Jeffries request for clarification on the additional funding and  the contingency amount, Edda Rosso responded the additional funding is for continuing  work on the claim from the contractor and as well as closeout of the project files.  She  then explained how the contingency is determined.    Commissioner Jeffries stated he will not support this agenda item and expressed his  concerns regarding the contingency spending.    Anne Mayer provided additional details regarding the contingency amount and how it is  utilized.    In response to Commissioner Karen Spiegel’s question regarding the length of time this  amendment will cover, Edda Rosso replied staff estimates April 2018, however, the  length of time to resolve the claim is unknown.  The amendment amount does not  include the cost of the claim.    Commissioner Jeffries expressed concern the staff recommendation is asking for  approval of funds to defend a claim the Commission knows nothing about.       RCTC WRC Programs and Projects Committee Minutes   March 27, 2017  Page 4  Anne Mayer stated staff previously brought the claim to the Commission in closed  session.  At the Committee’s direction, staff will place a closed session item on the April  Commission agenda to discuss.  She also explained the claim is with the project  contractor and discussed the claims process.    In response to Commissioner Spiegel’s question regarding budget amounts, Edda Rosso  stated with this proposed amendment, the project is within its budget.    Commissioner Michael Vargas requested a closed session be agendized at the April  Commission meeting to review the claim.    At Commissioner Lorimore’s request, Anne Mayer discussed the budget for the project  as well as the delays incurred on the project.    Commissioner Lorimore expressed his concerns with approving the agenda item, similar  to those of Commissioner Jeffries.    Commissioner Brian Berkson expressed his concerns with this agenda item and asked if  the project budget will be exceeded once the claim is settled.     Edda Rosso replied while the final amount of the settlement is unknown, she is  confident the contingency will cover a reasonable settlement amount and the project  will be within its budget.    Commissioner Jeffries recommended the Committee approve the $1.7 million subject to  a closed session discussion at the April 12 Commission meeting before the agenda item  is approved to brief the Commissioners regarding the claim and the contingency  amount.    M/S/C (Jeffries/Benoit) to:    1) Approve Agreement No. 10‐31‐058‐06, Amendment No. 6 to Agreement  No. 10‐31‐058‐00, with HDR Engineering Inc. (HDR) to provide  construction management for the Perris Valley Line (PVL) project in the  amount of $1.7 million, plus a contingency amount of $300,000, for an  additional amount of $2 million, and a total amount not to exceed  $27,050,146, subject to a closed session discussion at the April 12  Commission meeting before the agenda item is approved to brief the  Commissioners regarding the claim and the contingency amount;  2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel  review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission;   3) Authorize the Executive Director or designee, pursuant to legal counsel  review, to approve the use of the contingency as may be required for  the project; and  4) Forward to the Commission for final action.  RCTC WRC Programs and Projects Committee Minutes   March 27, 2017  Page 5  9. COMMISSIONERS / STAFF REPORT    9A. Commissioner Spiegel announced the dedication ceremony for the Commission’s  91 Project is scheduled for Friday, March 31, at 11 a.m. at the North Main  Corona Parking Structure.    Anne Mayer added the opening of the 91 Express Lanes occurred on Monday,  March 20.    10. ADJOURNMENT    There being no further business for consideration by the Western Riverside County  Programs and Projects Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 2:15 p.m.    Respectfully submitted,    Jennifer Harmon  Clerk of the Board  AGENDA ITEM 6 Agenda Item 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 22, 2017 TO: Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee FROM: David Thomas, Toll Project Manager THROUGH: Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director SUBJECT: Amendment to Agreement with BNSF Railway for the State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project at the West Porphyry Overhead STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Approve Agreement No. 14-31-114-02, Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. 14-31-114-00, with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (BNSF) for extended flagging services related to the State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project (91 Project) for an additional amount of $500,000, using the remaining contingency of $276,240 related to the BNSF construction and maintenance (C&M) agreements and authorize an additional $223,760, for a total amount not to exceed $7,421,234; 2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute the agreement; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The 91 Project crosses over BNSF property in four locations. At its May 14, 2014 meeting, the Commission approved the following four C&M agreements with BNSF in a total not to exceed amount of $8,053,475: a) Agreement No. 14-31-112-00, East Porphyry Overhead, located just south of the 15/91 interchange; b) Agreement No. 14-31-113-00, East Prado Overhead, located just east of the 71/91 interchange; c) Agreement No. 14-31-114-00, West Porphyry Overhead located just west of the 15/91 interchange; and; d) Agreement No. 14-31-115-00, West Prado Overhead located adjacent to the SR-91/Green River Road interchange. At the end of 2015, it became apparent to staff the originally estimated budget for flagging services would not be adequate to complete the work involved. Staff determined it was in the Commission’s best interest to include flagging services for all of the C&M agreements under 1 Agenda Item 6 Agreement No. 14-31-114-00. In April 2016, the Commission approved Amendment No. 1 to all four BNSF agreements for the 91 Project that included a decrease to Agreement Nos. 14-31-112-00, 14-31-113-00 and 14-31-115-00, and an increase to Agreement No. 14-31-114-00 for a total amount not to exceed $9,053,475. This resulted in a revised total amount not to exceed $6,921,234 for Agreement No. 14-31-114-00 with a remaining contingency of $276,240. Additional BNSF flagging estimated at $500,000 is required to support the 91 Project through final completion to be funded with the remaining contingency of $276,240 and an additional authorization of $223,760. Since the BNSF C&M agreements are between BNSF, the Commission, and Caltrans, the Commission is invoiced and directly pays for the BNSF flagging services. However, per the design-build contract, the design-builder is responsible for the costs associated with all BNSF provided flagging services and is invoiced by the Commission for those costs. Such reimbursements effectively reduce the expenditures recorded. Staff recommends approval of Agreement No. 14-31-114-02, Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. 14-31-114-00, with BNSF for extended flagging services in the amount of $500,000, using the remaining contingency of $276,240 and authorizing an additional $223,760, for a total amount not to exceed $7,421,234. The total authorization for all four C&M agreements therefore is $9,277,235. Staff also recommends authorization for the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute the amendment. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes Year: FY 2017/18 Amount: $223,760 Source of Funds: Design-Builder reimbursements Budget Adjustment: No GL/Project Accounting No.: 003028 81304 00104 0000 262 31 81301 (Flagging) $223,760 003028 81304 00104 0000 262 31 81301 (Flagging reimbursement) ($223,760) Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 05/11/2017 2 West Porphyry (Temescal) Overhead - Amendment to Supplemental Agreement, May 15, 2017 1 AMENDMENT TO SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT 08-RIV-91 PM 6.93 BNSF Agreement No. BF-10006322 STATE Contract No. 08R191 RCTC Agreement No. 14-31-114-02 W. Porphyry (Temescal Bridge and Overhead) STATE Br. No. 56-0446 DOT No. 026522X San Bernardino Subdivision LS 7602 MP 23.43 This AMENDMENT TO SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT, is executed to be effective as of this ______ day of _____________, 2017 (“Effective Date”), by and between BNSF RAILWAY COMPANY , a Delaware corporation ("BNSF"), the STATE OF CALIFORNIA, acting through the Department of Transportation, hereinafter referred to as ("STATE"), and the RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION hereinafter referred to as (“RCTC”), a public entity of the State of California, hereinafter referred to as (“Parties”). RECITALS: BNSF, STATE, and RCTC are parties to a Construction and Maintenance Agreement, dated July 11, 2014, identified in BNSF’s records as BNSF Contract No. BF-10006322, (“West Porphyry Overhead Construction and Maintenance Agreement”) which covers any and all work related to the construction involving the modification of the West Porphyry Overhead “(OVERHEAD)” providing for its partial demolition, widening, construction of express lanes, and new ramp connections to Interstate Highway I-15 to accommodate the SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project (the “Project”); WHEREAS, the Parties entered into a Supplemental Agreement, dated _______, 2016, in order to extend the term of the Temporary Construction License for the West Porphyry Overhead Construction and Maintenance Agreement an additional Three (3) months, and to provide funding for additional flagging services required for cost of railroad work. WHEREAS, RCTC now desires to amend the Supplemental Agreement to acknowledge extension of the term of the Temporary Construction License for the West Porphyry Overhead Construction and Maintenance Agreement, at no cost to RCTC, and to provide for additional compensation for additional flagging and other railroad work required for completion of the Project. The parties hereto are in agreement to amending the Supplemental Agreement related to the West Porphyry Overhead Construction and Maintenance Agreement as follows: AGREEMENT IN CONSIDERATION of the premises, it is mutually agreed that the Supplemental Agreement to the West Porphyry Overhead Construction and Maintenance Agreement is hereby further supplemented and amended as follows: 1. The term of the Temporary Construction License under the West Porphyry Overhead Construction and Maintenance Agreement, as amended by the Supplemental Agreement, is further extended, at no cost, through __________, unless further extended by mutual agreement of BNSF and RCTC. 2. Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) is hereby allocated by RCTC for the additional BNSF railroad flagging and any related railroad work made necessary due to the extension of the term of the Temporary Construction License for West Porphyry and the additional work required for completion of the Project. 3 West Porphyry (Temescal) Overhead - Amendment to Supplemental Agreement, May 15, 2017 2 3. Article V, Section 21 is amended to read as follows: [any changes needed to notice provisions? If not, this can be deleted.] 21. Any notice provided for herein or concerning this Agreement must be in writing and will be deemed sufficiently given when sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the Parties at the following addresses: BNSF: Manager Public Projects Jason Sanchez 740 E. Carnegie Drive San Bernardino, CA 92408 Email: Jason.Sanchez@bnsf.com Director Bridge Engineering Ron Berry 4515 Kansas Avenue Kansas City, KS 66106 Email: ronald.berry@bnsf.com Project Engineer Greg Rousseau 740 E. Carnegie Drive San Bernardino, CA 92408 Email: Greg.Rousseau@bnsf.com Division Engineer Jimmy Capps 740 E. Carnegie Drive San Bernardino, CA 92408 Email: jimmy.capps@bnsf.com RCTC: Michael Blomquist Toll Program Director Riverside County Transportation Commission 480 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92502-2208 Office: (951) 778-1098 Fax (951) 787-7920 Email: mblomquist@rctc.org STATE: Department of Transportation Ben Martin Office Chief for Railroads and Utilities Relocation Division of Right of Way & Land Surveys 1120 N. Street, MS 37 Sacramento, CA 95814-5690 Office: (916) 654-5413 Email: ben.martin@dot.ca.gov 4. Except as herein specifically supplemented and amended, the West Porphyry Overhead Construction and Maintenance Agreement, as amended by the Supplemental Agreement, remains in full force and affect. Signature Pages to follow: 4 West Porphyry (Temescal) Overhead - Amendment to Supplemental Agreement, May 15, 2017 3 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed and attested by its duly qualified and authorized officials as of the day and year first above written. BNSF RAILWAY COMPANY By: Printed Name: Steve Anderson Title: Vice President Engineering RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION signature page to follow. 5 West Porphyry (Temescal) Overhead - Amendment to Supplemental Agreement, May 15, 2017 4 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION By: _____________________________________________ Name and Title REVIEWED AND RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL: By:__________________________________________ Name and Title REVIEWED FOR FISCAL IMPACT: By: __________________________________________ Chief Financial Officer APPROVED AS TO FORM: By:__________________________________________ Best Best & Krieger LLP Counsel to the Riverside County Transportation Commission STATE OF CALIFORNIA signature page to follow. 6 West Porphyry (Temescal) Overhead - Amendment to Supplemental Agreement, May 15, 2017 5 STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION By: __________________________________________ Name: Ben Martin Title: Office Chief for Railroads and Utilities Relocation Division of Right of Way & Land Surveys APPROVED AS TO FORMS AND PROCEDURES: By:__________________________________________ ROGER FORMANEK, Attorney Department of Transportation APPROVAL RECOMMENDED: By:__________________________________________ Denny Fong, P.E. Railroad Agreements Engineer 7 AGENDA ITEM 7 Agenda Item 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 22, 2017 TO: Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee FROM: David Thomas, Toll Project Manager THROUGH: Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director SUBJECT: Additional Funding for Construction Zone Enhanced Enforcement Program Included in the State Furnished Materials Category for the State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Authorize an increase in the expenditures for the Construction Zone Enhanced Enforcement Program (COZEEP) under Agreement No. 12-31-070-00 for the State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project (91 Project) for an additional amount of $800,000, using the remaining contingency of $400,000 and authorizing an additional $400,000, for a total not to exceed $5.1 million; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At its July 14, 2010 meeting, the Commission, as part of the authorization for issuance of toll revenue bonds to finance the 91 Project costs related to the design-build phase, approved the form of the design-build cooperative agreement (agreement) between the Commission and Caltrans and authorized the Executive Director to approve and execute the final agreement. The Agreement was executed on July 25, 2012. The agreement included terms for the Commission to pay Caltrans for State Furnished Materials (SFM), which at the time contemplated primarily signal controller items estimated at a cost of $79,902. Amendment No. 3, approved on February 11, 2014, amended the original agreement to broaden the definition of SFM to include COZEEP. Through this amendment, Caltrans agreed to allow the Commission to utilize its statewide COZEEP contract with the California Highway Patrol (CHP), eliminating the need for a separate agreement between the Commission and CHP. Although Amendment No. 3 was executed and broadened the scope of SFM, no funding authority was requested at that time from the Commission. At its June 8, 2016 meeting, the Commission ratified the scope of SFM and authorized the expenditure of $4.3 million for COZEEP and other SFM, plus a contingency amount of $400,000, for a total amount not to exceed $4.7 million. 8 Agenda Item 7 Additional COZEEP resources estimated at $800,000 are required to support the 91 Project through final completion, to be funded with the remaining contingency of $400,000 and an additional authorization of $400,000. Per the design-build contract, the design-build contractor is responsible for reimbursing the Commission for COZEEP costs and is invoiced by the Commission for such costs. Such reimbursements effectively reduce the expenditures recorded. Commission authorization is requested for an additional $400,000 to fund the expenditure of all SFM for the 91 Project. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes Yes Year: FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18 Amount: $200,000 $200,000 Source of Funds: Design-Builder reimbursements Budget Adjustment: No No GL/Project Accounting No.: 003028 81304 00104 0000 262 31 81301 (COZEEP) $400,000 003028 81304 00104 0000 262 31 81301 (COZEEP reimbursements) ($400,000) Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 05/12/2017 9 AGENDA ITEM 8 Agenda Item 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 22, 2017 TO: Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee FROM: Ruby Arellano, Management Analyst Mark Lancaster, Right of Way Manager THROUGH: Marlin Feenstra, Project Delivery Director SUBJECT: Agreement for Safety-Related Services with Southern California Regional Rail Authority STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Approve Agreement No. 17-33-094-00 to Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) to define the roles and responsibilities of each party regarding safety-related services on the San Jacinto Branch Line (SJBL) for a five-year term, in an amount not to exceed $500,000; 2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission; 3) Authorize the Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute future non-funding related amendments to this agreement; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Commission is the owner of the SJBL; SCRRA operates the Perris Valley Line commuter rail service on a portion of the SJBL. SCRRA is the responsible agency for the review and approval of proposed improvements, encroachments, and coordination of activities located within the existing railroad right of way. SCRRA is also responsible for the operations and dispatching for the SJBL. As part of its operational responsibilities, SCRRA performs plan review and approval services, provides mandatory railroad safety training to staff and its consultants, and provides mandatory flagging services when staff and its consultants are working in the railroad right of way for Commission projects, on a reimbursement basis. In order to enter and work within the railroad right of way, staff and its consultants are required to take the railroad safety training provided by SCRRA, and the training must be renewed annually for multi-year projects. Commission projects that may occur within the SJBL right of 10 Agenda Item 8 way include Mid County Parkway, Perris Valley Line station improvements, the Interstate 215/Placentia Avenue interchange project, and other projects. Staff recommends approval of Agreement No. 17-33-094-00 to SCRRA to reimburse SCRRA for costs to perform plan review services, provide mandatory railroad safety training to staff and its consultants, and provide mandatory flagging services pursuant to 49 CFR 214.351 and SCRRA’s Roadway Worker On-Track Safety Instructions when staff and its consultants are working in the railroad right of way on Commission projects. The term of this agreement shall be for five years commencing upon execution, and the estimated cost for these services over the term of the agreement is $500,000. There are sufficient funds in the FY 2017/18 budget to fund the cost of this agreement. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes N/A Year: FY 2017/18 FY 2018/19+ Amount: $100,000 $400,000 Source of Funds: Measure A and/or other Federal and State funds, as applicable Budget Adjustment: No N/A GL/Project Accounting No.: 612302 81102 00000 0000 261 31 81102 244022 73304 00000 0000 101 24 73301 654199 XXXXX XXXX 265 33 653826 XXXXX XXXX 265 33 353822 XXXXX XXXX 265 33 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 05/15/2017 Attachment: Agreement No. 17-33-094-00 with SCRRA 11 -1- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 AGREEMENT NO. 17-33-094-00 SCRRA Fil e No . S0000XXX SCRRA Proj e ct No. XXXXX DESIGN AND SAFETY RELATED SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY AND THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 12 -2- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 This Design and Safety Related Services Agreement ("AGREEMENT") is made and entered into on this _______________, 2017 ("Effective date"), by and between the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY ("SCRRA"), located at One Gateway Plaza, Floor 12, Los Angeles, CA 90012, and the RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION, (hereinafter referred to as "COMMISSION"), located at 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor, Riverside, CA 92501. Herein COMMISSION and SCRRA are sometimes individually referred to as "PARTY", and collectively referred to as "PARTIES". RECITALS: 1. SCRRA is a five-county joint powers authority, created pursuant to the California Public Utilities Code Section 130255 and California Government Code Section 6500 et seq., to build, maintain, administer, and operate the "METROLINK" commuter train system on railroad right-of-ways owned by the member agencies and through other shared use and joint operation agreements. The five-county member agencies are comprised of the following: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority ("MTA"), Ventura County Transportation Commission ("VCTC"), Orange County Transportation Authority ("OCT A"), San Bernardino Associated Governments ("SANBAG") , and COMMISSION. 2. The term "PROJECT" as used in this AGREEMENT includes the I-215/Placentia Avenue Interchange project, as generally described in Appendix “A”, (“Placentia Avenue Project”) and any other project within SCRRA's operating area for which COMMISSION requests, in writing, SCRRA design, safety or flagging services, and for which SCRRA agrees, in writing, to provide such services. 3. In conjunction with the Placentia Avenue Project, SCRRA, at COMMISSION's sole cost and expense, agrees to issue permits to the COMMISSION, provide design support including engineering review, attend diagnostic meetings with CPUC, undertake project management, develop the C&M Agreement and provide railroad safety and inspection services to accommodate PROJECT, hereinafter referred to as "RAILROAD SERVICES", and as detailed in Section I of this AGREEMENT. SCRRA shall perform all or part of the RAILROAD SERVICES for any other PROJECT, as agreed upon by the PARTIES in writing. 4. The PARTIES desire to enter into this AGREEMENT with respect to the work to be completed during the preliminary engineering and design phase so that any provisions for railroad requirements can be included. Through this AGREEMENT, and as agreed upon by 13 -3- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 PARTIES for a particular PROJECT, funds will be provided by the COMMISSION to cover SCRRA costs to review elements of PROJECT that impact the Metrolink operated and maintained railroad tracks and provide railroad coordination for phasing and staging plans. Impacts to the ra ilroad may include track signal and communication relocations or modifications, positive train control (PTC) facility relocations or modifications and will require railroad safety protection and inspection services. Also, included in this AGREEMENT for the Placentia Avenue Project, and as may be agreed upon in writing by PARTIES for any other PROJECT, after designs are completed, but before construction begins, PARTIES agree to enter into a Construction and Maintenance Agreement which will protect the PARTIES interest s during construction of the PROJECT. AGREEMENT IN CONSIDERATION of the promises and mutual understandings of the PARTIES, and the faithfu l performance thereof: SECTION I SCRRA shall, as part of its responsibilities for the Placentia Avenue Project, and for any other PROJECT, if agreed upon in writing by the PARTIES, perform the following: SCRRA shall provide RAILROAD SERVICES during COMMISSION's development of the plans, specifications and estimate (PS&E) for PROJECT as follows: 1. Review and provide comments for the engineering documents (plans, specifications, and reports) for widening the south side of Placentia Avenue for compliance with SCRRA requirements and operating train service. 2. Review and provide comments for the construction phasing plans. 3. Review and provide comments for plan s, scope of work and cost estimates for any modifications to track(s) required to accommodate PROJECT. 4. Develop and provide plans, specifications, and cost estimates for any modifications to the signal and communication system required to accommodate PROJECT. 5. Develop and provide plans, specifications, scope of work and cost estimates for any and all necessary changes to positive train control (PTC) facilities and appurtenances required to accommodate PROJECT. 6. Administer and process permits as necessary. Provide safety training to COMMISSION and 14 -4- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 its Consultants and Contractors on an as-needed basis. 7. Locate and mark signal and communications cables for COMMISSION 's Consultant and Contractors on an as-needed basis 8. Provide Railroad protective and inspection services, including flagging, railroad safety training to third party personnel working on the railroad right of way, and SCRRA utility markings required for PROJECT. 9. Provide project management, coordination and review of COMMISSION submittals for compliance to SCRRA standards, attend project development and coordination meetings, diagnostic meetings and coordinate preparation of all agreements. 10. Prepare Contract Task Orders (CTOs) for SCRRA Engineering Consultants and Contractors and other tasks as may be required to manage and coordinate SCRRA interest s. 11. Provide SCRRA administrative support for the project necessary to assist the COMMISSION in the development of PROJECT, including all interdepartmental support. 12. Develop Construction and Maintenance (C&M) Agreement for PROJECT. This agreement must be in place prior to permitting construction on SCRRA right of way. 13. Submit to the COMMISSION quart erly expense r eports of SCRRA and its Engineering Consultants and Contractors for work in connection with the PROJECT and the RAILROAD SERVICES on the basis of items set forth in Appendix B. Expen se reports shall be delivered to the COMMISSION within 30 days of the end of the preceding quarter. The f irst quarter will begin the first day of the month that thi s AGREEMENT is executed. Expense reports shall include detailed information including description, date of the expense, business purpose and amount. SCRRA sha ll attach supporting document s sub stanti ating the expense such as itemized receipts, paid invoices or paid credit card statements (if description ha s sufficient detail). Travel- related expenses are not allowed unless pre- approved by the COMMISSION prior to travel. SECTION II COMMISSION, as part of its responsibilities, and as applicable for a particular PROJECT, shall perform the following: 1. Fund one hundred percent (100%) of all RAILROAD SERVICES costs included in 15 -5- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 Appendix B-1 and any other costs associated with the Placentia Avenue Project. The costs associated with the line items in Appendix B-1 are only estimates and may vary, for which the COMMISSION shall be responsible for reimbursement of one hundred percent (100%) of all costs incurred by SCRRA. 2. Fund one hundred percent (100%) of all RAILROAD SERVICES for any other PROJECT, as agreed upon in writing by PARTIES, at the rates set forth in Appendix B-2. 3. Upon execution of this AGREEMENT, deposit seventy percent (70%) of the design costs of the estimate contained in Appendix B-1, Placentia Avenue Project Railroad Services Costs or TBD dollars and no cents ($XXX,XXX.00), with SCRRA. When the actual cost and expenses incurred by SCRRA, including the estimated allocated overhead, reaches one (XXX) thousand dollar s ($XXX,000), SCRRA sha ll notify COMMISSION in writing and the COMMISSION shall deposit the remaining ba l ance of the estimated design cost of the RAILROAD SERVICES with 30 days of such notification. Should the amounts on deposit be depleted before the RAILROAD SERVICES are completed, SCRRA may stop all work and will not recommence until COMMISSION's next deposit is received. Appendix B-1 also has the estimated costs of SCRRA's services during con struction phase. This cost estimate is provided as an information to the COMMISSION for funding purposes. The requiremen t s on deposit for this construct ion costs wi ll be included in the Construction and Maintenance (C&M) agreement prior to start of the construction phase. 4. Fund any other costs associated with obtaining right-of-way, encroachments, easements and other entitlements necessary prior to construction of PROJECT. 5. Prepare detailed Plans, Specifications, and Estimates (the "PS&E") for PROJECT, excepting designs of the Railroad Work to be performed by SCRRA. 6. At its sole cost and expense, comply wi th all applicable SCRRA terms and conditions and other specia l guidelines that SCRRA may provide to the COMMISSION for PROJECT. 7. Furnish and submit 6 sets along with a pdf electronic file of half si ze p lans copies of the plans and specifications, along with the supporting calculations, to SCRRA at a 30%, 60%, 90%, and 100% stages of design completion, and at other times as reasonably requested by SCRRA during development of the design, for the review and approval of SCRRA, insofar as PROJECT affects the property, facilities, safety, operation, or interests of SCRRA. 8. The PS&E shall include all appurtenances, associated drainage, shoring, sheeting , and 16 -6- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 excavations for bents and/or abutments next to or adjacent to SCRRA's tracks and, if applicable, all demolition and removal plans for any existing structures. The COMMISSION shall make its submittals sufficiently in advance of the final adoption of any element in the design to permit SCRRA a reasonable period for review, and to communicate any recommendations or to make any requests for revisions in the PS&E where the interests of SCRRA are affected by the Project. 9. Prepare plans, specifications and estimates, PS&E for construction phasing plans. 10. Comply with the most current SCRRA design manuals, standards, guidelines and other documents in effect at commencement of PROJECT. Additionally, if a construction contract for the PROJECT has not been awarded and a Notice to Proceed issued within two years of the execution of the C&M agreement, the COMMISSION’s design shall be changed to incorporate any SCRRA revised design requirements directly related to safety, at COMMISSION's expense. 11. Identify and locate all SCRRA signal and communication, and PTC facilities in PROJECT area. Signals determined to be obscured and or signals and communication facilities determined to be in conflict with construction will be relocated, if necessary. Relocations will be designed by SCRRA and relocated by SCRRA at COMMISSION expense. SCRRA facilities that cannot be relocated because of operational or other constrains may require COMMISSION to alter their design or construction procedures. 12. Include in the PS&E package for submittals as set forth herein all Third Party facilities within the physical boundaries of the PROJECT. In the event that any utility work needs to be undertaken for any existing public and/or private utility during the preliminary engineering phase of the PROJECT, COMMISSION will make all necessary agreements with the owners for the protection, relocation or removal of said facilities. COMMISSION shall also provide copies of its letter agreements with utility companies to SCRRA showing that arrangements have been made for the protection, relocation or removal of all conflicting facilities within the right-of-way. 14. Execute and comply with any necessary Right of Entry forms (Form 5, 6, 37) from SCRRA for all PARTIES performing any work on the PROJECT that requires entry onto the right- of-way by COMMISSION, its consultants or contractors prior to the performance of such work. 17 -7- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 15. Obtain and comply with any and all necessary approvals, real estate permits, licenses or easements and other authorizations required by applicable laws, regulations, rules, or ordinances prior to commencement of any work within rail right-of-way from SCRRA's member agency, and, if applicable, UPRR, and Amtrak. 16. Should COMMISSION disagree with SCRRA's design or design requirements or otherwise cause a cessation of development of the RAILROAD SERVICES, COMMISSION shall be responsible for any costs involved in resuming and completing the RAILROAD SERVICES. SCRRA and COMMISSION shall work to resolve any disputes in a timely manner to avoid such delay costs. SECTION III MUTUAL AGREEMENT: 1. Neither SCRRA, nor any of SCRRA's board members, member agencies, officers, agents, volunteers, contractors, or employees, shall be responsible for any damage or liability occurring by reason of any acts or omissions on the part of COMMISSION under or in connection with any aspect of the PROJECT, work, authority or obligation agreed to by the COMMISSION under this AGREEMENT. COMMISSION shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless SCRRA, as well as its respective board members, member agencies, officers, agents, volunteers, contractors, and employees ("SCRRA Indemnities") from any and all liability, loss, expense (including reasonable attorneys' fees and other defense costs), demands, suits, liens, damages, costs, claims, including but not limited to, claims for bodily injury, death, personal injury, or property damage, that are incurred by or asserted against the SCRRA Indemnities arising out of or connected with any negligent acts or omissions on the part of COMMISSION, its council, officers, agents, contractors, or employees under or in connection with any aspect of PROJECT, work, authority or obligation agreed to by the COMMISSION under this AGREEMENT. This indemnity shall survive completion of the PROJECT and RAILROAD SERVICES and termination of this AGREEMENT. 2. Neither COMMISSION, nor its council, officers, agents, contractors, or employees shall be responsible for any damage or liability occurring by reason of any acts or omissions on the part of SCRRA under or in connection with any RAILROAD SERVICES, authority or obligation agreed to by SCRRA under this AGREEMENT. SCRRA shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless COMMISSION, as well as their respective council, officers , agents, 18 -8- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 contractors, and employees ("COMMISSION Indemnities") from any and all liability, loss, expense (including reasonable attorneys' fees and other defense costs), demands, suits, liens, damages, costs, claims, including but not limited to, claims for bodily injury, death, personal injury, or property damage, that are incurred by or asserted against the COMMISSION Indemnities arising out of or connected with any negligent acts or omissions on the part of SCRRA, its board members, officers, agents, volunteers , contractors or employees under or in connection with any aspect of the RAILROAD SERVICES, authority or obligation agreed to by SCRRA under this AGREEMENT. This indemnity shall survive completion of the PROJECT and RAILROAD SERVICES and termination of this AGREEMENT. 3. In contemplation of the provisions of Government Code §895.2 imposing certain tort liability jointly upon public entities solely by reason of such entities being PARTIES to an agreement, as defined in Government Code §895, each of the PARTIES hereto, pursuant to the authorization contained in Government Code §895.4 and §895.6, will assume the full liability imposed upon it or any of its officers, agents or employees by law for injury caused by any negligent or wrongful act or omission occurring in the performance of this AGREEMENT to the same extent that such liability would be imposed in the absence of §895.2 of such code. To achieve this purpose, each party agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the other for any cost or expense that may be imposed upon such other solely by virtue of said §895.2. The provisions of Civil Code §2778 are made a part hereof as if incorporated herein. 4. The sources of funding for the Placentia Avenue Project are COMMISSION funds. Sources of funding for other PROJECTs may be COMMISSION, State and/or Federal funds, as may be indicated by COMMISSION. All contracts, expenses and invoicing for PROJECT shall meet the requirements of COMMISSION's funding sources which are included in Appendix C, attached hereto and by reference incorporated herein, or which may be identified by COMMISSION in a request for work on a PROJECT. 5. The construction and maintenance responsibilities for PROJECT, as applicable, will be covered by a separate C&M Agreement which will be executed prior to commencement of construction of each element of PROJECT. 6. In addition to the specific provisions of this AGREEMENT, delay in performance by any party hereunder shall not be a default where delays or defaults are due to war; insurrection; strikes; lock-outs; riots; floods; earthquakes; weather; fires; casualties; accidents; 19 -9- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 emergencies; acts of God; acts of the public enemy; epidemics; quarantine restrictions; freight embargoes; lack of transportation; unusually severe weather; Federally-mandated inspections and maintenance; and/or any other causes beyond the control or without the fault of the party claiming an extension of time for any such cause. An extension of time for any such cause shall only be for the period of the enforced delay, which period shall commence to run from the time of commencement of the cause. 7. The unenf orceability, invalidity , or illegality of any provision of this AGREEMENT shall not render the other provisions unenforceable, invalid, or illegal. 8. This AGREEMENT shall be construed and interpreted under the laws of the State of California. Venue shall be in Riverside County. 9. Th is AGREEMENT contains the entire und erstand ing of the PARTIES and cannot be amended or modified except by a written amendment executed by both PARTIES. 10. Any notice sent by first class mail, postage paid , to the address and addressee, shall be deemed to have been given when in the ordinary course it would be delivered. The representatives of the PARTIES who are primarily responsible for the administration of this AGREEMENT, and to whom notices, demands and communications shall be given are as follows: To COMMISSION To SCRRA Anne Mayer, Executive Director Mr. Darrell Maxey Deputy Chief Operating Officer (Engineering and PTC) Riverside County Transportation Commission Southern California Regional Rail Authority 4080 Lemon Street, 3srd Floor 2700 Melboume Avenue Riverside CA 92502 Pomona, CA 91767 E-mail: ameyer@rctc.org E-mail: maxeyd @scrra.net Telephone: (951) 787-7141 Telephone: (909) 451-2343 20 -10- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 11. SCRRA represents that it is an equal opportunity employer and it shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, sex or age. Such non-discrimination shall include, but not be limited to, all activities related to initial employment, upgrading, demotion, transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, layoff or termination. 12. SCRRA is considered an independent contractor under this AGREEMENT and neither SCRRA nor any of its employees, subcontractors, agents or servants are considered employees of Commission in any respect. SCRRA has the exclusive right and duty to control the work of its employees. SCRRA may perform the RAILROAD SERVICES through its own forces or through subcontracting with third parties. As between the Parties, SCRRA shall be responsible for the acts and omissions of its subcontractors and such subcontractors’ personnel to the same extent as if they were SCRRA employees. 13. Failure of either party to insist on any one occasion upon strict compliance with any of the terms, covenants or conditions hereof shall not be deemed a waiver of such term, covenant or condition, nor shall any waiver or relinquishment of any rights or powers hereunder at any one time or more times be deemed a waiver or relinquishment of such other right or power at any other time or times. 14. Either party may, by written notice to the other party, terminate the whole or any part of this AGREEMENT at any time and without cause by giving written notice to the other party of such termination, and specifying the effective date thereof. Upon termination, SCRRA shall be compensated for services rendered to COMMISSION through the effective date of the termination, and SCRRA shall be entitled to no further compensation. 21 -11- Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 SIGNATURE PAGE TO RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AGREEMENT FOR DESIGN AND SAFETY RELATED SERVICES WITH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the PARTIES have executed this AGREEMENT as of the date first written above. RIVERSIDE COUNTY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY By: By: Anne Mayer, Executive Director Arthur Leahy, Chief Executive Officer APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: By: Best, Best & Krieger, LLP Don O. Del Rio General Counsel General Counsel 22 Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 Appendix B APPENDIX "A" I-215/Placentia Avenue Interchange project: (a) The COMMISSION, in cooperation with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), proposed to construct a new interchange along Interstate 215 (I-215) at Placentia Avenue in the City of Perris and the County of Riverside, Post Miles (PM) 28.0 to 34.3. (b) Placentia Avenue is a primary arterial running eastbound (EB) – westbound (WB) and crosses I-215 running northbound (NB) – southbound (SB) with an existing bridge structure but no interchange currently exists. The project will add new ramps on the east and west side of I-215 in a diamond interchange configuration, shift the East Frontage Road east of the interchange, and close the West Frontage Road. The limits of work on Placentia Avenue are from Harvill Avenue to the west and Indian Avenue to the east; (c) Placentia Avenue will be widened on the south side (eastbound direction) from Harvill Avenue to Indian Avenue which includes widening the south side of the existing grade separated overhead structure within Railroad Right-Of Way; (d) Construction phasing to maintain railroad operations throughout construction; (e) Railroad coordination; (f) Fencing, grading, alterations to or new construction of drainage facilities, (g) Any and/or all other work of every kind and character necessary to accomplish the conceptual designs and preliminary engineerin g and preparation of Plans, Specifications and Estimates ("PS&E") for widening the south side existing grade separated overhead structure of I-215/Placentia Avenue Interchange project. 23 Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 Appendix B APPENDIX "B" RAILROAD SERVICES COSTS [Appendix B-1 and B-2 attached behind this page] 24 Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 Appendix B APPENDIX "B-1" COMPENSATION FOR RAILROAD SERVICES PLACENTIA AVENUE OVERHEAD BRIDGE No. Item No. of Mos. Per mos Hours No. of Persons Total Unit Unit Cost Total Cost 1 Scope of Work 1.1 Meetings a PDT Meetings 15 1 1 1 45 HR $200.00 $3,000.00 b Inter-Department Meetings 15 1 2 3 90 HR $200.00 $18,000.00 Meetings Total $21,000.00 1.2 Project Management and Administration a Progress Reports 15 1 2 1 30 HR $203.00 $6,090.00 b General PM Work 15 1 8 1 120 HR $204.00 $24,480.00 Project Management and Administration Total $30,570.00 1.3 Document Review / Design Support a Review design documents by Engineering, Signal & Communications, Safety, and Operations for milestone submittals: 30%, 60%, 90%, 100% 65 3 300 HR $200.00 $39,000.00 b Project Definition Report / Alternative Analysis 20 3 60 HR $200.00 $12,000.00 c Site Visits 12 3 36 HR $200.00 $7,200.00 Document Review / Design Support Total $58,200.00 1.4 Flagging Services a Administrative Fees LS $5,000.00 $0.00 b Safety Training by SCRRA Consultant: Safety Training is provided by SCRRA Contractor or consultant. Class size up to 20-participants. 8 EA $500.00 $4,000.00 c SCRRA C&S markings 1 LS $2,500.00 $2,500.00 d Flagging Services 15 DAY $1,200.00 $18,000.00 Flagging Services Total $29,500.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED COST $139,270.00 25 Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 Appendix B APPENDIX "B-2” SCRRA RAILROAD SERVICES SCHEDULE OF FEES NO ITEM AMOUNT DESCRIPTION 1 Plan Review $1,500.00 SCRRA plan review, site visits and correspondence 2 Administration $1,000.00 SCRRA permit processing; and schedule of flagging & signal location services 3 SCRRA Third Party Safety Training $500.00 Safety training is provided by SCRRA Contractor or consultant. Costs assume the following: Two (2) hours training class and two (2) hours travel time. Class size — up to 20-participants 4 Contingency $1,200.00 Monies to cover potential (unforeseen) project administration and support and agency overhead costs. Any monies not utilized will be refunded once project is closed out by SCRRA's Finance Dept. 5 Signal and Communications Line locations $500.00 Signal and Communications location service is provided by SCRRA Contractor. Costs assume the following: • Signal marking for one location • Travel time • Additional locations are estimated at $275.00 each 6 Flagging $1,500.00 Per day Railroad flagging is provided by SCRRA Contractor or consultant. Costs assume the following: • Eight (8) hours of EIC Railroad Protection; 2.5 hours of preparation, set-up, and flag take down if Form B is used. • Vehicle costs • Management oversight 7 Inspection $1,250.00 Per day Railroad inspection is provided by SCRRA Contractor or consultant. Costs assume one days of inspection including travel time, vehicle costs. 8 Major Construction Type I $10,000.00 Roadway alterations The deposits are estimates for initial reviews. These costs do not include inspection, construction, material or reviews by SCRRA Consultants. Costs may vary depending on the complexity of the project. 9 Major Construction Type II $25,000.00 Roadway/bridge widening/bike trails The deposits are estimates for initial reviews. These costs do not include inspection, construction, material or reviews by SCRRA Consultants. Costs may vary depending on the complexity of the 10 Major Construction Type III $50,000.00 Grade separations The deposits are estimates for initial reviews. These costs do not include inspection, construction, material or reviews by SCRRA Consultants. Costs may vary depending on the complexity of the The local agency or contractor shall reimburse SCRRA the actual cost and expense incurred by SCRRA and its contractors and consultants for all services and work performed in connection with the request, including an allocated overhead representing SCRRA's costs for administration and management. 26 Services Agreement 17336.00603\29794258.1 Appendix C APPENDIX "C" FUNDING SOURCES / REQUIREMENTS Placentia Avenue Project: COMMISSION Funds Measure A CETAP funds Other PROJECTS: TBD 27 AGENDA ITEM 9 Agenda Item 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 21, 2017 TO: Western Riverside County Programs and Projects Committee FROM: Sheldon Peterson, Rail Manager THROUGH: Robert Yates, Multimodal Services Director SUBJECT: Proposed Metrolink Budget for Fiscal Year 2017/18 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and file a report on the Commission’s portion of the FY 2017/18 Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) operating and capital budget; 2) Approve the FY 2017/18 SCRRA operating and capital budget, which results in a total operating and capital subsidy of $21,318,000 from the Commission; 3) Authorize the Executive Director to enter into Memorandum of Understanding No. 17-25-100-00 with SCRRA regarding annual funding; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Metrolink is the brand name for the services operated by SCRRA. By virtue of the SCRRA Joint Powers Agreement (JPA), the five member agencies that comprise Metrolink must formally commit to fund their proportionate shares of commuter rail operating and capital costs. Each member agency must approve the budget before adoption of a final budget by the SCRRA Board, no later than June 30, 2017. Service and funding levels are limited by the policy and budget constraints of the member agencies and are negotiated each year. All of the financial information in this staff report is incorporated into the Commission’s overall budget; however, in order to comply with the provisions of the JPA, a separate Commission action to adopt the budget is required. The overall amount the Commission will provide to SCRRA is a combination of an operating subsidy of $17,649,000, a rehabilitation capital expenditure subsidy of $3,083,000, and a new capital subsidy of $586,000, for a total subsidy of $21,318,000. This is a combined 10.8 percent increase from the prior year total subsidy. The remainder of this staff report will provide the details that comprise the budget. 28 Agenda Item 9 FY 2016/17 Metrolink Review The following is a review of Metrolink’s FY 2016/17 activities: • Completed the first full year of operations for the 91/Perris Valley Line (91/PVL) — a 24- mile extension of the 91 Line that connects the Perris Valley area and Riverside; • Further developed the positive train control (PTC) program with Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) approved revenue service demonstrations on all of the SCRRA- maintained tracks including the Perris Valley Subdivision; • Continued growth of mobile ticketing with smartphones; • Received delivery of initial Tier 4 locomotives and waiting on FRA approvals for testing; and • Expanded special trains to include Festival of Lights trains and Rams trains to the already successful Friday night Angel Express. FY 2017/18 Looking Forward Looking ahead to FY 2017/18, Metrolink intends to: • Continue to prioritize safety; • Actively pursue ways to generate ridership on all routes including the 91/PVL; • Replace ticket vending machines; • Continue to improve reliability, on-time performance, and the customer experience by enhancing the rehabilitation program to reduce major failures by retrofitting cars and replacing aging locomotives; and • Continue implementing the PTC program systemwide and get final FRA approvals and certifications. Riverside County Service Impact Proposed for FY 2017/18 Three Metrolink commuter rail lines traverse Riverside County – the Riverside Line, the IEOC Line, and the 91/PVL Line. With the expanded 91/PVL Line service, the Commission has seen steady growth since operations began in June 2016 and is continuing to offer fare promotions and marketing efforts to build the ridership base. The operating and maintenance costs for the nine Commission-owned commuter rail stations, while not included in the SCRRA budget, are included in the Commission’s overall budget under the Rail Department and are funded with 2009 Measure A Western Riverside County (Western County) rail funds. Commission’s FY 2017/18 Operating Subsidy Obligation Metrolink’s overall proposed budget information for the entire system assumes no fare increases and potentially a slight fare reduction with added expenses being passed on directly to the 29 Agenda Item 9 member agencies in the form of higher subsidies. The FY 2017/18 SCRRA operating budget is $242,322,000, which is attached. The five county transportation commissions that comprise Metrolink will fund $141,976,000 in subsidies. All the member agencies have expressed concern about the sustainability of such a large annual subsidy for the service. This has been addressed somewhat in the final Metrolink budget as presented to the member agencies. Additional vigilance will be required going forward so as to control costs and reduce stress on the member agency budgets. The Commission will have the responsibility of providing $17,649,000 for operations and maintenance of way, which represents a $305,000 increase or 1.8 percent over the FY 2016/17 SCRRA budget. The FY 2017/18 operating budget does not include the $6 million cost for the BNSF locomotives lease that was part of the FY 2016/17 budget. Traditionally, the Metrolink subsidy as well as the operations and maintenance costs for the initial five Commission-owned commuter rail stations were entirely funded with state Local Transportation Fund (LTF) revenues allocated for rail operations. However, for the second consecutive year the Commission will be forced to dip into LTF rail fund reserves to cover the Metrolink subsidies. With the anticipated rate of spending, the LTF rail fund reserves that have been building for many years are estimated to be exhausted within the next four years. As noted previously, operations and maintenance costs for the current nine Commission-owned commuter rail stations will be funded with 2009 Measure A Western County rail funds due to the lack of LTF funds. Commission’s FY 2017/18 Capital Contribution In prior years, staff executed multiple grants for Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5307, 5309, and 5337 funds that provide ongoing funding for SCRRA capital programs over several years. These FTA grant funds will now pass through the Commission as the direct recipient and SCRRA as the subrecipient. These funds will be used for various projects including rehabilitation and renovation of rolling stock and track projects, ticket vending machine upgrades, maintenance of way technology, and layover facility improvements. Per SCRRA’s annual budget request, the Commission’s capital rehabilitation and renovation obligation for FY 2017/18 is $3,083,000. In addition, there is a request for $586,000 for new capital projects. The Commission’s total rehabilitation and new capital subsidy of $3,669,000 uses a portion of the FTA Section 5309 and 5337 as well as Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grant funds. In addition to the specific SCRRA budget requests, the Commission is pursuing a couple of multi- year capital projects utilizing the FTA Section 5307, 5309, and 5337 grant funds already allocated. These include expansion of the Downtown Riverside Layover Facility and additional track improvements on the corridor. It is estimated these projects will be completed over the next several years and will directly improve rail service within Riverside County. Costs for these projects are included in the Commission’s annual budget. 30 Agenda Item 9 Summary Financial Subsidy Impact to Commission The SCRRA-proposed Commission operating subsidy of $17,649,000, which represents 7.3 percent of the $242,322,000 SCRRA operating budget, will be funded with LTF funds. The total new capital and rehabilitation project subsidy of $3,669,000 will be funded with FTA grant funds that will pass through the Commission. The Commission’s total subsidy of $21,318,000 related to the FY 2017/18 SCRRA budget is significant and reflects a steady increase on a year-to-year basis. Future rail expansion projects in Riverside County will likely require similar funding increases, and SCRRA will continue to face obligations to upgrade its equipment to meet new emissions reduction requirements and safety needs. The Commission’s FY 2017/18 budget includes the $21,318,000 SCRRA subsidy in various budget categories. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes Yes Yes Year: FY 2017/18 FY 2017/18 FY 2017/18 Amount: $17,649,000 (Operations) $3,083,000 (Rehab Capital) $586,000 ( New Capital) Source of Funds: LTF Western County and 2009 Measure A Western County rail funds (Operations); FTA Section 5307, 5309, and 5337 and CMAQ Grants (Capital) Budget Adjustment: No No No GL/Project Accounting No.: 254199 86101 103 25 86101 $ 12,000,000 034198 86101 103 25 86101 $ 5,649,000 004017 86102 265 33 86102 $ 3,669,000 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 05/16/2017 Attachment: SCRRA Preliminary FY 2017/18 Budget 31 May 5, 2017 SENT VIA EMAIL TO: Darrell Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, OCTA Darren Kettle, Executive Director, VCTC Anne Mayer, Executive Director, RCTC Phil Washington, Chief Executive Officer, Metro Dr. Raymond Wolfe, Executive Director, SBCTA FROM: Arthur T. Leahy, Chief Executive Officer, SCRRA SUBJECT: SCRRA Preliminary FY2018 Budget – Revised Transmittal On April 21, 2017, the SCRRA Board of Directors authorized the transmittal of the Preliminary FY 2017-18 (FY18) SCRRA Budget to the Member Agencies. After Member Agency Boards have acted on the Preliminary Budget, staff will return to the SCRRA Board in June for adoption of the final FY18 Budget. Following our transmittal to you on May 1, 2017 staff completed their review of the Board Minutes from the April 21, 2017 meeting. The draft Minutes reveal the intent of the Board Action was to include the proposed R2R Increase from LOSSAN in the FY18 Preliminary Budget for transmittal. This memorandum is being revised to reflect that intention. During the months of February through April, key points of the Preliminary Budget for Operations and Rehabilitation/New Capital were reviewed and discussed at both summary and detailed level with the following entities:  February 14: Summary Review with the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)  February 17: Summary Review with Member Agency CEOs  February 24: Detailed Presentation to the Board of Directors, TAC Members and Member Agency Staff in a Budget Workshop  March 14: Detailed Review with TAC  March 28: Detailed Review with TAC  April 11: Detailed Review with TAC This Preliminary Budget, a decrease from the FY17 Adopted Budget, reflects the outcome of those meetings and discussions. 32 SCRRA Preliminary FY 2018 Budget – Revised Transmittal Page 2 Budget Priorities for FY18 The FY18 Preliminary Budget as proposed reflects priorities consistent with the “back to basics” approach outlined in the Strategic Plan, adopted in March 2016. The budget provides funding in alignment with the Authority’s strategic goals and includes the following priorities for the upcoming fiscal year:  Continued emphasis on safe operations, with the full implementation of Positive Train Control (PTC) as the centerpiece of our efforts.  Improved reliability and on-time performance, by putting Tier 4 locomotives into service and providing funding necessary for required equipment maintenance, consistent with the Fleet Management Plan.  Enhanced customer experience, by implementing upgrades to the mobile ticketing application and a modernized ticket vending system.  Investment in existing assets to maintain a state of good repair, by funding critical rehabilitation projects and improving processes to accelerate project delivery.  Ongoing workforce development, by training and engaging employees. Overall Summary The FY18 Preliminary Budget as proposed includes new budgetary authority of $337.2 million. The Preliminary Budget consists of Operating Budget authority of $242.3 million, a decrease of 0.6% as compared to the FY17 Adopted Budget. New capital authority totals $94.9 million, $89.6 million for Rehabilitation Projects and $5.3 million for New Capital Projects. Carryover of New Capital Projects approved in prior years is $264.4 million, and carryover of Rehabilitation Projects approved in prior years is $52.5 million. 33 SCRRA Preliminary FY 2018 Budget – Revised Transmittal Page 3 Preliminary Operating Budget for FY18 Major Assumptions for FY18 Preliminary Operating Budget  No fare increase.  A slight increase (0.3%) of Farebox Revenues.  Reflects the implementation of a Fuel Hedging Program purchase fuel for efficiently and stabilize the fuel budget from year to year.  Reflects the reduction of 2.0 FTE positions.  Reflects a 2.0% Cost of Living Adjustment, and a 3.0% Pool for Performance Based Merit Adjustment.  Reflects the final portion of $3.0m for the reservation of the insurance deductible related to the Oxnard incident.  Assumes the operation of a total of 2.8 million revenue service miles through the operation of 172 weekday trains and 90 weekend trains.  No incremental services were requested for FY18. All operational budget description below refers to attached detailed Attachments A through D. Operating Revenues Operating revenues include farebox, dispatching revenues, maintenance-of-way revenues, interest, other minor miscellaneous revenues, which are estimated to total $100.3 million for FY18, a decrease of $1.5 million or 1.5% compared to the FY17 Adopted Budget. ($000s)TOTAL FY17‐18 Metro Share OCTA Share RCTC Share SBCTA Share VCTC Share Revenues Gross  Farebox $84,859 $41,861 $22,381 $7,743 $10,470 2,404                Dispatching 2,125                   1,130               684                   6                       55                     250                    Other Operating 12                         6                       3                       1                       2                       ‐                    Maintenance ‐of‐Way 13,350                 8,052               2,531               667                   1,556               544                    Total  Revenues FY18 Budget $100,346 $51,050 $25,599 $8,417 $12,082 $3,199 Expenses Train Operations & Services $143,114 $71,955 $33,754 $15,836 $15,386 6,183                Maintenance ‐of‐Way 41,554                 22,015             8,437               3,196               5,452               2,455                Administration & Services 39,992                 19,121             7,263               5,692               4,141               3,775                Insurance 17,663                 9,418               4,290               1,342               2,026               586                    Total  Expense FY18 Budget $242,322 $122,509 $53,744 $26,066 $27,005 $12,999 Total  FY18 Budget Subsidy by Member $141,976 $71,459 $28,145 $17,649 $14,923 $9,800 FY 2016‐17 Budget Subsidy by Member $141,989 $71,998 $28,294 $17,345 $14,841 $9,511 (13) (539) (150) 305 82 289 Percent of Change  (0.0%) ( 0.7%) ( 0.5%) 1.8% 0.6% 3.0% Numbers may not foot due to rounding. Over/(Under)  Last Year Budget 34 SCRRA Preliminary FY 2018 Budget – Revised Transmittal Page 4 Farebox Revenues, the largest operating revenue of the budget, are projected to increase $0.3 million or 0.3% compared to the FY17 Adopted Budget to a total of $84.9 million. Dispatching and Maintenance of Way (MOW) revenues from the freight railroads and Amtrak are estimated from existing agreements based on projections of current usage. The FY18 Preliminary Revenue projection estimates a decrease of 18.0% in Dispatch Revenues from the FY17 Adopted Budget to a total of $2.1 million. This decrease is primarily the result of lower on time bonuses from Amtrak based on revised metrics. The FY18 proposed MOW Revenues are projected to decrease 8.8% to $13.4 million. Reduced rail freight traffic for the largest segment of our MOW Revenue (Saugus-UPRR) translates to a reduction of our revenue which is calculated based on ‘car miles’. We are currently in discussion with Union Pacific to review this and other reciprocal agreements with that Freight Line for consistency of interpretation. Our goal with both Union Pacific and the other Freight Rail Roads is to receive an amount for Maintenance of Way commensurate with our current costs, and more reflective of the additional wear on our system for the heavier loads carried by the transport of freight. Operating Expenditures Train Operations, Maintenance-of-Way (MOW), Administration, and Insurance The Train Operations component of the budget consists of those costs necessary to provide Metrolink commuter rail services across the six-county service area, including the direct costs of railroad operations, equipment maintenance, required support costs, and other administrative and operating costs. The FY18 Preliminary Budget for expenditures related to Train Operations including contingency is $143.1 million. Operating Expenditures Train Operations, Maintenance-of-Way (MOW), Administration, and Insurance (cont.) Ordinary MOW expenditures are those costs necessary to perform the inspections and repairs needed to assure the reliable, safe operation of trains and safety of the public. The FY18 budgeted amount for expenditures related to MOW is $41.6 million. The FY18 Preliminary Budget for expenditures related to Administration & Services is $40.0 million and Insurance/Claims $17.7 million. Overall, the total FY18 preliminary budgeted expenditures have decreased from the FY17 Adopted Budget by $1.5m or 0.6%. The components of this change are as described below.  Total Train operations have decreased by $1.5 million. The primary reasons for the $1.5 million decrease are: Fuel costs have reduced by $3.1m due to a combination of Fuel hedging and lower diesel prices; Equipment maintenance is down $1.0m, a combination of an increase of $2.4m in the Bombardier equipment Maintenance agreement (which increased in this year to provide an agreement for a lower (3.5%) increase fixed for the next eight year and a decrease of $2.7m in material issues for rolling stock repairs; a decrease in Other Mechanical Services of $0.7m; offset by increases in Sheriffs of $0.3m and increases in Guards of $0.8m. (Guards are up as a result of a very low bid for 1st year services in a multi-year agreement. The bid is still the lowest 35 SCRRA Preliminary FY 2018 Budget – Revised Transmittal Page 5 overall); Amtrak Transfers have increased by $0.8m as a result of a transfer price increase by LOSSAN.  Maintenance of Way has increased by $2.0 million. The primary reasons for the increase are Track maintenance, up $0.4m; Signal/Communications maintenance $1.2m (as a result of the necessity to focus recent rehabilitation efforts on Track and Structures); Overhead allocation $0.5m; Labor & fringe $0.6m; all other categories total increase of $0.8m offset by decrease in Extraordinary Maintenance $0.4m, PTC $1.1M.  Administration and Services have increased by $3.3 million. The primary reasons for the increase include $2.0m in the Ops Non Labor Category as a result of a PTC WABTEC license maintenance fee. (The original contract which was negotiated to include maintenance and was included in Capital, has now expired. In FY18, this becomes an operating cost for the Authority.) Operations Professional Services increased by $1.3m due to the combination of a consultant to monitor the new Bombardier Contract, $.0.6m and CFR training to comply with FRA regulations $0.3m, and a consultant to establish a ticket sales system at retail stores, $0.4m.  Total Insurance expense increased by $0.9m. The primary reason for the increase is the incremental increase of $1.0m to provide a reserve for insurance deductible related to the Oxnard Incident, offset by an insurance premium decrease of $0.1m. The attachments as listed below provide additional detail on the FY18 Preliminary Operating Budget as described.  Attachment A: Presents a summary of the Revenues, Expenses and Subsidy proposed for FY18.This attachment also shows a comparison of Operating Subsidy to the FY17 Adopted Budget.  Attachment B: Presents the Comparative Annual Operating Budget by Cost Component. The attachment provides Actual expense for FY14, FY15 & FY16, Adopted Budget for FY17 and Preliminary Budget for FY18, with a variance comparison between FY17 Adopted Budget and FY18 Preliminary Budget.  Attachment C: Presents the FY18 Preliminary Annual Operating Budget by Cost Component by Member Agency.  Attachment D: Presents an analysis of the elements of change between the FY17 Adopted Budget and the FY18 Preliminary Budget.  Attachment E (NEW): Presents the Net Local Subsidy by Member at full dollar amount with comparisons to prior years. This was a request from Members who require full dollar amounts for the construction of their Board requests. Capital Budget Carryforward from prior years Capital Projects are frequently multi-year endeavors. Unexpended project balances are referred to as “Carryovers” because their uncompleted balance moves forward to the following year. Projects authorized in prior years but “carried over” total $52.5 million for Rehabilitation and $264.4 million for New Capital. They are shown in detail on Attachments O and P respectively. 36 SCRRA Preliminary FY 2018 Budget – Revised Transmittal Page 6 Preliminary Capital Rehabilitation Request for FY18 The Capital Rehabilitation authorization request for FY18 was identified as necessary investments to maintain a state of good repair. These projects total $89.6 million and are represented in summary (Attachment F) and in detail (Attachment G). Additional Capital Rehabilitation projects shown for FY19 and FY20 cover many other projects critical to the safe operation of the railroad. Over a number of years, a significant backlog of deferred maintenance has accrued, creating the large numbers shown in the FY19 Rehabilitation Project Listing (Attachment K) and FY20 Rehabilitation (Attachment L) project listing. Preliminary New Capital Request for FY18 The New Capital authorization request for FY18 was identified as necessary for safe and efficient rail operations. These projects total $5.3 million and are represented in summary (Attachment F) and in detail (Attachment H). New Capital projects in FY19 and FY20 are shown on Attachments M and N. FY18 Rehab Project Allocation by Funding Source (Includes Other Funding Sources)(000s) Asset / Funding Source Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC Other Total Business Systems 864$ 360$ 202$ 262$ 131$ 1,819$ Communications 303$ 170$ 61$ 84$ 57$ 675$ Facilities 1,140$ 79$ 44$ 58$ 29$ 1,349$ Grade Crossing 6,501$ 666$ 59$ 1,286$ 930$ 9,442$ Non-Revenue Fleet 552$ 230$ 129$ 167$ 84$ 1,163$ Rolling Stock 7,342$ 3,060$ 1,716$ 2,226$ 1,113$ 26,144$ 41,600$ Signals 6,049$ 1,015$ 569$ 943$ 883$ 9,460$ Structures 4,089$ 1,225$ 5,314$ Track 12,939$ 539$ 302$ 2,248$ 1,896$ 812$ 18,736$ Total All-Share 12,977$ 5,409$ 3,033$ 3,934$ 1,967$ 26,144$ 53,464$ Total Line-Specific 26,802$ 1,936$ 50$ 3,340$ 3,155$ 812$ 36,095$ Proposed Rotem Repayments 5,409$ (6,059)$ 650$ -$ Grand Total 45,189$ 1,286$ 3,083$ 7,924$ 5,122$ 26,956$ 89,559$ FY18 Capital Project Allocation by Funding Source (000s) Asset / Funding Source Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC Other Total Business Systems 99$ 41$ 23$ 30$ 15$ 208$ Track 950$ 396$ 222$ 288$ 144$ 2,000$ PTC Systems 1,458$ 608$ 341$ 442$ 221$ 3,070$ Total All-Share 2,507$ 1,045$ 586$ 760$ 380$ 5,278$ Grand Total 2,507$ 1,045$ 586$ 760$ 380$ 5,278$ 37 SCRRA Preliminary FY 2018 Budget – Revised Transmittal Page 7 The attachments as listed below provide additional detail on the FY18 Preliminary Capital Budget request.  Attachment F (NEW): Presents a new Project Request Summary Dashboard displaying a summary of requests by asset type, funding by type and by Member Agency, a visual depiction of the Request Refinement Process, and a map showing the effected lines.  Attachment G: Presents the Detailed FY18 Preliminary Rehabilitation Request, listing each project by Sub Division, showing condition, system impact, asset type, with a description and requested funding by Member Agency.  Attachment H: Presents the Detailed FY18 Preliminary New Capital Request listing each Project and requested funding by Member Agency.  Attachment O: Presents the Detailed listing of projects of Rehabilitation projects authorized in previous years which are still in process, and thus Carried Forward.  Attachment P: Presents the Detailed listing of projects of New Capital projects authorized in previous years which are still in process, and thus Carried Forward. Operating and Capital Budget Projections for FY19 and FY20 The FY18 Preliminary Budget will be transmitted to Member Agencies for consideration. The FY19 and FY20 projected budgets are included in this report for informational purposes only. The FY19 and FY20 Projected Operating Budgets are based upon known contractual changes in combination with a projected inflation factor (3%) applied to all other costs. FY19 and FY20 Capital Projects are based on specific projects, identified, but beyond our capacity to initiate in FY18. Attachments for FY19 and FY20 Projections are as listed below:  Attachment I: Presents the Detailed FY19 Forecasted Annual Operating Budget by Cost Component.  Attachment J: Presents the Detailed FY20 Forecasted Annual Operating Budget by Cost Component.  Attachment K: Presents the Detailed FY19 Forecasted Rehabilitation Project Listing.  Attachment L: Presents the Detailed FY20 Forecasted Rehabilitation Project Listing  Attachment M: Presents the Detailed FY19 Forecasted New Capital Project Listing  Attachment N: Presents the Detailed FY20 Forecasted New Capital Project Listing Next Steps  May/June: Staff present to Member Agencies Committee and Boards as requested  June: FY18 Proposed Budget to SCRRA Board for Adoption Thank you for your ongoing support and active participation in the development of the FY18 Preliminary Budget. SCRRA staff remain available to address any questions or concerns you have as we anticipate adoption of the budget by the SCRRA Board of Directors in June 2017. If you have any comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at (213) 452-0269. You may also contact Ronnie Campbell, Chief Financial Officer at 213-452-0285. 38 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY ATTACHMENT A FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 PRELIMINARY BUDGET ($000s)TOTAL FY17-18 Metro Share OCTA Share RCTC Share SBCTA Share VCTC Share Revenues Gross Farebox $84,859 $41,861 $22,381 $7,743 $10,470 2,404 Dispatching 2,125 1,130 684 6 55 250 Other Operating 12 6 3 1 2 - Maintenance-of-Way 13,350 8,052 2,531 667 1,556 544 Total Revenues FY18 Budget $100,346 $51,050 $25,599 $8,417 $12,082 $3,199 Expenses Train Operations & Services $143,114 $71,955 $33,754 $15,836 $15,386 6,183 Maintenance-of-Way 41,554 22,015 8,437 3,196 5,452 2,455 Administration & Services 39,992 19,121 7,263 5,692 4,141 3,775 Insurance 17,663 9,418 4,290 1,342 2,026 586 Total Expense FY18 Budget $242,322 $122,509 $53,744 $26,066 $27,005 $12,999 Total FY18 Budget Subsidy by Member $141,976 $71,459 $28,145 $17,649 $14,923 $9,800 FY 2016-17 Budget Subsidy by Member $141,989 $71,998 $28,294 $17,345 $14,841 $9,511 (13)(539)(150)305 82 289 Percent of Change (0.0%)( 0.7%)( 0.5%)1.8%0.6%3.0% Summary of the Revenues, Expenses, and Subsidy Over/(Under) Last Year Budget 39 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY Attachment B FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 PRELIMINARY BUDGET FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 FY 17-18 ($000s)Actual Actual Actual Budget Preliminary Budget Change % Operating Revenue Farebox Revenue 85,673 83,134 83,652 83,556 83,597 41 0.0% Metro Fare Reduction Subsidy 873 1,025 1,262 236 23.0% Subtotal-Pro Forma FareBox 85,673 83,134 84,524 84,582 84,859 277 0.3% Dispatching 2,480 2,493 2,120 2,590 2,125 (465) (18.0%) Other Revenues 319 372 429 12 12 - 0.0% MOW Revenues 12,922 13,207 12,434 14,641 13,350 (1,291) -8.8% Subtotal Operating Revenue 101,394 99,207 99,507 101,825 100,346 (1,479) -1.5% Operating Expenses Operations & Services Train Operations 37,043 40,569 41,887 43,942 44,372 430 1.0% Equipment Maintenance 28,542 32,649 33,751 37,581 36,589 (992) (2.6%) Fuel 26,161 24,454 17,381 22,772 19,656 (3,116) (13.7%) Non-Scheduled Rolling Stock Repairs 2 2 136 100 100 - 0.0% Operating Facilities Maintenance 1,056 1,120 1,149 1,418 1,652 234 16.5% Other Operating Train Services 264 293 239 496 470 (26) (5.3%) Rolling Stock Lease - 105 638 370 151 (219) (59.2%) Security - Sheriff 4,482 5,136 4,912 5,511 5,845 334 6.1% Security - Guards 2,170 1,591 1,685 2,000 2,837 837 41.9% Supplemental Additional Security 763 81 - 690 690 - 0.0% Public Safety Program 157 177 217 320 277 (44) (13.6%) Passenger Relations 1,622 1,639 1,748 2,069 1,795 (274) (13.2%) TVM Maintenance/Revenue Collection 5,343 5,984 6,554 7,495 7,510 15 0.2% Marketing 949 949 1,137 1,220 1,364 144 11.8% Media & External Communications 226 234 343 396 443 47 11.9% Utilities/Leases 3,180 2,622 2,046 2,778 3,289 512 18.4% Transfers to Other Operators 6,469 7,081 6,488 6,577 6,592 14 0.2% Amtrak Transfers 917 800 1,287 1,400 2,177 777 55.5% Station Maintenance 1,190 1,121 1,418 1,640 1,687 47 2.9% Rail Agreements 4,992 4,997 5,207 5,379 5,366 (12) -0.2% Subtotal Operations & Services 125,528 131,602 128,223 144,153 142,862 (1,292) -0.9% Maintenance-of-Way MoW - Line Segments 28,152 33,043 37,936 38,102 40,553 2,450 6.4% MoW - Extraordinary Maintenance 1,322 1,235 1,518 1,490 1,001 (489) -32.8% Subtotal Maintenance-of-Way 29,475 34,278 39,453 39,592 41,554 1,962 5.0% Administration & Services Ops Salaries & Fringe Benefits 11,127 11,535 12,892 14,019 13,961 (59) -0.4% Ops Non-Labor Expenses 3,424 3,651 5,322 5,384 7,339 1,955 36.3% Indirect Administrative Expenses 12,679 11,791 12,417 15,507 15,609 102 0.7% Ops Professional Services 464 969 2,019 1,816 3,084 1,268 69.9% Subtotal Admin & Services 27,694 27,946 32,651 36,726 39,992 3,267 8.9% Contingency (Non-Train Ops)21 14 47 502 252 (250) -49.8% Total Operating Expenses 182,718 193,839 200,374 220,973 224,660 3,687 1.7% Insurance Expense/(Revenue) Liability/Property/Auto 14,252 12,597 11,634 12,588 12,475 (113) -0.9% Claims / SI 1,457 1,884 3,876 3,000 4,000 1,000 33.3% Claims Administration 743 1,145 421 1,198 1,187 (11) -0.9% PLPD Revenue (178) (1) (22) - - - N/A Net Insurance Expense 16,273 15,625 15,909 16,787 17,663 876 5.2% Total Expense Before BNSF 198,991 209,464 216,283 237,760 241,545 3,786 1.6% Loss Before BNSF (97,598) (110,257) (116,776) (135,934) (141,199) (5,265) 3.9% Member Subsidies Operations 83,052 92,252 109,003 119,148 124,314 5,166 4.3% Insurance 17,302 17,678 18,079 16,787 17,663 876 5.2% Member Subsidies - Normal Ops 100,354 109,930 127,082 135,934 141,976 6,042 4.4% Surplus / (Deficit) Before BNSF 2,757 (328) 10,306 - - 777 N/A Comparative Annual Operating Budget by Cost Component by Year FY16-17 Budget vs FY17-18 Budget 40 FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 FY 17-18 ($000s)Actual Actual Actual Budget Preliminary Budget Change % FY16-17 Budget vs FY17-18 Budget BNSF LEASED LOCOMOTIVE COSTS Lease cost Inc. ship - - 4,449 2,525 - (2,525) -100.0% Major Component Parts - - 720 - - - N/A Labor for Maintenance - - 2,597 900 - (900) (100.0%) Additional Fuel - - 1,341 1,230 - (1,230) (100.0%) Wheel truing, Software Mods, Brakes - - 37 - - - N/A Temp Facility Mods - - 136 - - - N/A PTC Costs - - 1,116 1,399 - (1,399) (100.0%) Contingency - - - - - - N/A Total BNSF Lease Loco Expenses - - 10,397 6,055 - (6,055) (100.0%) Member Subsidies - BNSF Lease - - 11,545 6,055 - (6,055) (100.0%) Surplus / (Deficit) - BNSF Lease - - 1,148 - - - N/A Total Expenses 198,991 209,464 226,680 243,814 242,322 (1,492) (0.6%) Net Loss (97,598) (110,257) (127,173) (141,989) (141,976) 13 (0.0%) All Member Subsidies 100,354 109,930 138,627 141,989 141,976 (13) (0.0% Surplus / (Deficit)2,757 (328) 11,454 - - - N/A Numbers may not foot due to rounding. 41 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY ATTACHMENT C ($000s) Total FY17-18 Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC Operating Revenue Farebox Revenue 83,597 40,600 22,381 7,743 10,470 2,404 Metro Fare Reduction Subsidy 1,262 1,262 - - - - Subtotal-Pro Forma FareBox 84,859 41,861 22,381 7,743 10,470 2,404 Dispatching 2,125 1,130 684 6 55 250 Other Revenues 12 6 3 1 2 MOW Revenues 13,350 8,052 2,531 667 1,556 544 Subtotal Operating Revenue 100,346 51,050 25,599 8,417 12,082 3,199 Operating Expenses Operations & Services Train Operations 44,372 23,618 9,950 4,529 4,653 1,622 Equipment Maintenance 36,589 18,333 8,564 3,791 4,287 1,614 Fuel 19,656 10,094 4,951 1,960 2,020 631 Non-Scheduled Rolling Stock Repairs 100 53 24 8 11 3 Operating Facilities Maintenance 1,652 881 401 126 189 55 Other Operating Train Services 470 222 81 70 48 49 Rolling Stock Lease 151 72 30 17 22 11 Security - Sheriff 5,845 3,098 1,180 843 601 122 Security - Guards 2,837 1,338 489 424 290 296 Supplemental Additional Security 690 340 182 63 85 20 Public Safety Program 277 130 48 41 28 29 Passenger Relations 1,795 899 461 146 230 58 TVM Maintenance/Revenue Collection 7,510 3,129 1,650 1,252 1,024 454 Marketing 1,364 703 330 109 176 45 Media & External Communications 443 209 76 66 45 46 Utilities/Leases 3,289 1,551 567 492 336 343 Transfers to Other Operators 6,592 3,535 1,577 521 731 228 Amtrak Transfers 2,177 694 1,375 - - 108 Station Maintenance 1,687 1,036 240 108 226 78 Rail Agreements 5,366 1,902 1,533 1,231 356 344 Subtotal Operations & Services 142,862 71,836 33,710 15,798 15,360 6,157 Maintenance-of-Way MoW - Line Segments 40,553 21,427 8,308 3,099 5,344 2,375 MoW - Extraordinary Maintenance 1,001 587 129 97 108 80 Subtotal Maintenance-of-Way 41,554 22,015 8,437 3,196 5,452 2,455 Administration & Services Ops Salaries & Fringe Benefits 13,961 6,581 2,417 2,082 1,428 1,452 Ops Non-Labor Expenses 7,339 3,728 1,624 813 803 371 Indirect Administrative Expenses 15,609 7,358 2,691 2,335 1,595 1,630 Ops Professional Services 3,084 1,454 532 461 315 322 Subtotal Admin & Services 39,992 19,121 7,263 5,692 4,141 3,775 Contingency (Non-Train Ops)252 119 43 38 26 26 Total Operating Expenses 224,660 113,091 49,454 24,724 24,979 12,412 Insurance Expense/(Revenue) Liability/Property/Auto 12,475 6,652 3,030 948 1,431 414 Claims / SI 4,000 2,133 972 304 459 133 Claims Administration 1,187 633 288 90 136 39 PLPD Revenue - - - - - - Net Insurance Expense 17,663 9,418 4,290 1,342 2,026 586 Total Expense Before BNSF 242,322 122,509 53,744 26,066 27,005 12,999 Loss Before BNSF (141,976) (71,459) (28,145) (17,649) (14,923) (9,800) Member Subsidies Operations 124,314 62,041 23,855 16,307 12,897 9,214 Insurance 17,663 9,418 4,290 1,342 2,026 586 Member Subsidies - Normal Ops 141,976 71,459 28,145 17,649 14,923 9,800 Surplus / (Deficit) Before BNSF - - - - - - FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018 PRELIMINARY BUDGET FY18 Annual Operating Budget by Cost Component By Member Agency 42 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY ATTACHMENT C ($000s) Total FY17-18 Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018 PRELIMINARY BUDGET FY18 Annual Operating Budget by Cost Component By Member Agency BNSF LEASED LOCOMOTIVE COSTS Lease cost Inc. ship Major Component Parts Labor for Maintenance Additional Fuel Wheel truing, Software Mods, Brakes Temp Facility Mods PTC Costs Contingency Total BNSF Lease Loco Expenses Member Subsidies - BNSF Lease Surplus / (Deficit) - BNSF Lease TOTAL EXPENSE 242,322 122,509 53,744 26,066 27,005 12,999 Net Loss (141,976) (71,459) (28,145) (17,649) (14,923) (9,800) Total Member Subsidies 141,976 71,459 28,145 17,649 14,923 9,800 Surplus / (Deficit)- - - - - - 43 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY Attachment D FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 PRELIMINARY BUDGET (millions') FY 2017 Amended Adopted Budget 243.8$ FY 2018 Preliminary Budget 242.3$ Total Operational Expense Budget Increase (1.5)$ -0.6% CHANGE DRIVERS: Material Issues (2.7)$ Fuel (3.1)$ Big Five Train Operations 3.7$ Big Five MOW 2.0$ WABTEC License 2.0$ Insurance Deductible (Oxnard incident)1.0$ BNSF decrease (6.1)$ Position reduction (0.3)$ 2% COLA/ 3% Merit 1.2$ LOSSAN Increase 0.8$ (1.5)$ Numbers may not foot due to rounding. Change Drivers FY17 Adopted Budget vs. FY18 Preliminary Budget 44 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY FISCAL YEAR 2018 PRELIMINARY BUDGET Attachment E Total Net Local Subsidy Metro Share OCTA share RCTC Share SBCTA Share VCTC Share FY 15 ACTUAL $110,257,381 $59,029,731 $22,251,609 $9,387,630 $11,605,317 $7,983,094 FY16 ACTUAL $127,510,112 $65,481,851 $26,093,221 $13,992,023 $12,847,666 $9,095,350 FY17 BUDGET $141,989,009 $71,998,203 $28,294,475 $17,344,511 $14,840,903 $9,510,917 FY18 BUDGET $141,976,494 $71,458,927 $28,144,920 $17,649,395 $14,923,062 $9,800,190 YEAR OVER YEAR CHANGE Total Net Local Subsidy Metro Share OCTA share RCTC Share SBCTA Share VCTC Share FY15 vs FY16 $ Increase $17,252,731 $6,452,120 $3,841,611 $4,604,394 $1,242,349 $1,112,256 % Increase 15.6%10.9%17.3%49.0%10.7%13.9% FY16 vs FY17 $ Increase $14,478,897 $6,516,351 $2,201,255 $3,352,488 $1,993,237 $415,566 % Increase 11.4%10.0%8.4%24.0%15.5%4.6% FY17 vs FY18 $ Increase ($12,515)($539,276)($149,555)$304,883 $82,159 $289,274 % Increase (0.0%) (0.7%) (0.5%)1.8%0.6%3.0% Analysis of 17 vs 18 variance: (millions') 1.5$ Material Issues (2.7)$ Fuel (3.1)$ Big Five Train Operations 3.7$ Big Five MOW 2.0$ WABTEC License 2.0$ Increase Deductible (Oxnard incident)1.0$ BNSF decrease (6.1)$ Position reduction (0.3)$ 2% COLA/3% Merit 1.2$ LOSSAN Increase 0.8$ (0.0)$ Numbers may not foot due to rounding. Net Local Subsidy by Member Agency Decrease in Revenue (Primarily Saugus MOW Revenue from UPRR) 45 Attachment F 46 Numbers may not foot due to rounding. 47 Attachment G PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) 1231 Olive Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacment Parts - Olive $75,000 $75,000 Olive Total $75,000 $0 $75,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 1229 Orange Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacement Parts - Orange $75,000 $75,000 1115 Orange Worn High Structures Orange Sub Struct $1,225,000 $1,225,000 334 Orange Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - Rehab 2 Locations per Year - Orange Sub $560,560 $560,560 Orange Total $1,860,560 $0 $1,860,560 $0 $0 $0 $0 1164 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year - SG Sub $548,600 $329,160 $219,440 1217 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Track San Gabriel Track Rehabilitation $2,110,250 $1,266,150 $844,100 1287 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Grade Crossing Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the San Gabriel Subdivision in Los Angeles County $1,965,220 $1,179,132 $786,088 1235 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacement Parts - San Gabriel - LA County $100,000 $60,000 $40,000 1233 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacement Parts - San Gabriel - SB County $75,000 $45,000 $30,000 308 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - SG Sub $509,600 $305,760 $203,840 178 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Track Replacement of the turnouts on the San Gabriel Subdivision in San Bernardino County (see note 1)$2,341,900 $917,940 $611,960 $812,000 317 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - SG Sub $511,940 $307,164 $204,776 162 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Track Replacement of the turnouts on the San Gabriel Subdivision in Los Angeles County $1,000,324 $600,194 $400,130 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Total $9,162,834 $5,010,500 $0 $0 $3,340,334 $0 $812,000 1228 San Jacinto (PVL) Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacement Parts - PVL $50,000 $50,000 San Jacinto (PVL) Total $50,000 $0 $0 $50,000 $0 $0 $0 319 Valley Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Rehab Logic Controllers and Supporting Equipment - Valley Sub $1,131,460 $1,131,460 1216 Valley Worn High Track Valley Track Rehabilitation $4,065,250 $4,065,250 1162 Valley Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Replace EL1A Logic Controller at CP Harold $335,940 $335,940 1276 Valley Worn High Structures Valley Sub Structctures (bridge 25.71 & 8 culverts)$3,638,713 $3,638,713 1288 Valley Worn High Grade Crossing Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Valley Subdivision in Los Angeles County $1,048,700 $1,048,700 352 Valley Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - Valley Sub $511,940 $511,940 1055 Valley Marginal High Facilities Replace Expand Lancaster Crew Base $950,000 $950,000 1240 Valley Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacement Parts - Valley $100,000 $100,000 1161 Valley Worn High Signals Replace Temporary AC Power Feed with Permanent Solar System - Valley Sub $307,560 $307,560 1163 Valley Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Replace Track Turnout and Power Switch at CP Harold $505,560 $505,560 318 Valley Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year - Valley Sub $557,480 $557,480 Valley Total $13,152,603 $13,152,603 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2018 REHABILITATION BUDGET - TIER A Page 10 of 2648 Attachment G PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2018 REHABILITATION BUDGET - TIER A 1099 Valley, Ventura - LA County Worn High Track Station Pedestrian Crossing Rehab $250,800 $250,800 Valley, Ventura - LA County Total $250,800 $250,800 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 305 Ventura - LA County Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab 2 Locations per Year $531,800 $531,800 1218 Ventura - LA County Worn High Track Ventura (LA) Track Rehabilitation $1,535,250 $1,535,250 1278 Ventura - LA County Worn Low Structures Ventura Sub (LA CO) Struct $450,360 $450,360 1160 Ventura - LA County Worn High Signals Rehab Signal and Grade Crossing Cables - Ven Sub $513,480 $513,480 1283 Ventura - LA County Worn High Track Ventura (LA) Tie Rehabilitation $3,010,440 $3,010,440 1244 Ventura - LA County Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacement Parts - Ventura - LA County $50,000 $50,000 164 Ventura - LA County Worn High Grade Crossing Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Ventura Subdivision in Los Angeles County $2,296,800 $2,296,800 Ventura - LA County Total $8,388,130 $8,388,130 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1159 Ventura - VC County Worn High Signals Rehab Signal and Grade Crossing Cables - Ven Sub $513,480 $513,480 212 Ventura - VC County Marginal High Track Replace Ties Arroyo Simi Bridges - Ventura Sub VN Cty - FY17 $1,025,750 $1,025,750 1282 Ventura - VC County Worn High Track Ventura (VC) Tie Rehabilitation $674,000 $674,000 1246 Ventura - VC County Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacement Parts - Ventura - Ventura County $50,000 $50,000 307 Ventura - VC County Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year - Ven Sub $548,600 $548,600 165 Ventura - VC County Worn High Grade Crossing Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Ventura Subdivision in Ventura County $342,980 $342,980 Ventura - VC County Total $3,154,810 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,154,810 $0 1274 All Worn High Business Systems Perform State of Good Repair Engineering, Track Measurements, and Prioritization to support and populate the annual SOGR/Rehab/TAM Program.$750,000 $356,250 $148,500 $83,250 $108,000 $54,000 247 All Worn High Track Rail Grinding Systemwide $840,400 $399,190 $166,399 $93,284 $121,018 $60,509 1223 All Worn High Signals SCRRA Production Backoffice Systems Upgrades and Testing Support $597,500 $283,813 $118,305 $66,323 $86,040 $43,020 485 All Worn High Non-Revenue Fleet MOW VEHICLE REPLACEMENT $1,163,100 $552,473 $230,294 $129,104 $167,486 $83,743 1058 All Worn High Facilities Replace Car shop Jacks at CMF $279,620 $132,820 $55,365 $31,038 $40,265 $20,133 1039 All Worn Low Facilities REPLACE PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM $119,700 $56,858 $23,701 $13,287 $17,237 $8,618 1222 All Worn High Signals Backoffice Hardware & Software Replacement (DOC & MOC) $1,130,000 $536,750 $223,740 $125,430 $162,720 $81,360 1247 All Worn High Rolling Stock PTC On-Board Software updates, hardware repairs PTC on- board equipment Systems on 57 cab cars and 52 locomotives. $1,100,000 $522,500 $217,800 $122,100 $158,400 $79,200 1221 All Worn High Signals SCRRA Positive Train Control Lab Systems Support and Testing $947,500 $450,063 $187,605 $105,173 $136,440 $68,220 254 All Marginal High Rolling Stock Bombardier (Sentinel) passenger rail cars Midlife Overhaul on 28 cars (see note 3)$40,500,000 $6,819,206 $2,842,532 $1,593,541 $2,067,296 $1,033,648 $26,143,776 1041 All Marginal High Business Systems Trapeze Maintenance Management System Software Upgrade $992,775 $471,568 $196,569 $110,198 $142,960 $71,480 1091 All Worn High Business Systems Condition Based Maintenance Tools, PC and Analysis Software $76,125 $36,159 $15,073 $8,450 $10,962 $5,481 Page 11 of 2649 Attachment G PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2018 REHABILITATION BUDGET - TIER A All Total $48,496,720 $10,617,648 $4,425,883 $2,481,177 $3,218,824 $1,609,412 $26,143,776 1155 River Worn High Signals Replace Worn Electric Switch Lock at 140.80 West Bank $100,600 $47,785 $19,919 $11,167 $14,486 $7,243 312 River Worn High Signals Phase 1 - Signal System Rehab - CP Terminal Rehab Turnouts 3X, 5, 5X, 7, 7X and Power Switch Machines $1,000,000 $475,000 $198,000 $111,000 $144,000 $72,000 1167 River Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Replace EL1A Logic Controller at CP Capital $335,940 $159,572 $66,516 $37,289 $48,375 $24,188 1285 River Worn High Track LA Union Station Track Rehabilitation $1,882,000 $893,950 $372,636 $208,902 $271,008 $135,504 311 River Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - River Sub $1,017,030 $483,089 $201,372 $112,890 $146,452 $73,226 1237 River Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Replacement Parts - River $100,000 $47,500 $19,800 $11,100 $14,400 $7,200 310 River Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 grade crossings - River Sub $531,800 $252,605 $105,296 $59,030 $76,579 $38,290 River Total $4,967,370 $2,359,501 $983,539 $551,378 $715,301 $357,651 $0 TOTAL ALL-SHARE $53,464,090 $12,977,149 $5,409,422 $3,032,555 $3,934,125 $1,967,063 $26,143,776 TOTAL LINE-SPECIFIC $36,094,737 $26,802,033 $1,935,560 $50,000 $3,340,334 $3,154,810 $812,000 TIER A TOTAL $89,558,827 $39,779,183 $7,344,982 $3,082,555 $7,274,459 $5,121,873 $26,955,776 Proposed Rotem Repayments $0 $5,409,422 ($6,059,016)$0 $649,594 $0 $0 NEW TIER A TOTAL $89,558,827 $45,188,605 $1,285,966 $3,082,555 $7,924,053 $5,121,873 $26,955,776 BUDGET & FUNDING NOTES: (1) San Gabriel sub turnout replacement project # 178 contains $812K of State TCRP funds that SCRRA plans to apply for. If the funds are not awarded, LA Metro's funding requirement increases by $487,200 and SBCTA's funding requirement increases by $324,800. (2) VCTC is likely to have approximately $2.5M available for FY 2018 Rehabilitation projects. If that is the case, $2.6M will have be be cut from VCTC's share of the budget. (3) Other funds for Project # 254 (Bombardier Sentinel Car Overhaul) consist of $20.2M of Prop 1A, $4.77M of PTMISEA funds and $1.163M of insurance settlement funds. (4) Systemwide projects are needed for the Rotem repayments to take place. OCTA's share of Systemwide projects proposed to be paid by LA Metro under the Rotem Settlement MOU. Page 12 of 2650 Attachment H RANK PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITIO N IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SANBAG VCTC OTHER 1 1119 All n/a n/a Business Systems Laptop and Server Upgrade $207,900 $98,753 $41,164 $23,077 $29,938 $14,969 2 219A All n/a n/a Track Central Maintenance Facility West Entrance Phase A - focused on Design, Engineering, & putting together contract documents of the CMF West Enterance Porject with estimated cost is $2M and would last 4 quarters (1 year).$2,000,000 $950,000 $396,000 $222,000 $288,000 $144,000 3 1238 All n/a n/a PTC Systems Interoperable Positive Train Control Rung II Non-Vital to Vital System Upgrade $3,070,000 $1,458,250 $607,860 $340,770 $442,080 $221,040 TOTAL $5,277,900 $2,507,003 $1,045,024 $585,847 $760,018 $380,009 $0 BUDGET & FUNDING NOTES: (1) Project 216A - Central Maintenane Facility West Entrance - is the first of two phases. Phase A focuses on design and engineering, while Phase B focuses on Construction. Phase B is anticipated for FY 19 at approximately $9.6M PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2018 CAPITAL BUDGET - TIER A Generated: 2/15/2017 5:09:20 PM by WEIJ 13 / 26 51 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY Attachment I ($000s) Total FY18-19 Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC Operating Revenue Farebox Revenue 83,597 40,600 22,381 7,743 10,470 2,404 Metro Fare Reduction Subsidy 1,262 1,262 - - - - Subtotal-Pro Forma FareBox 84,859 41,861 22,381 7,743 10,470 2,404 Dispatching 2,128 1,130 685 6 57 250 Other Revenues 12 6 3 1 1 0 MOW Revenues 13,431 8,120 2,537 670 1,560 544 Subtotal Operating Revenue 100,430 51,118 25,606 8,420 12,088 3,199 Operating Expenses Operations & Services Train Operations 45,826 24,414 10,253 4,663 4,812 1,685 Equipment Maintenance 37,428 18,397 8,610 4,467 4,322 1,631 Fuel 20,251 10,394 5,109 2,020 2,079 649 Non-Scheduled Rolling Stock Repairs 100 52 24 10 11 3 Operating Facilities Maintenance 1,690 879 401 166 190 55 Other Operating Train Services 482 227 83 72 49 50 Rolling Stock Lease - - - - - - Security - Sheriff 6,040 3,150 1,206 943 614 126 Security - Guards 2,889 1,362 498 432 295 302 Supplemental Additional Security 690 340 182 63 85 20 Public Safety Program 275 130 47 41 28 29 Passenger Relations 1,740 871 451 151 213 53 TVM Maintenance/Revenue Collection 6,019 2,508 1,322 1,003 821 364 Marketing 1,085 556 263 96 134 35 Media & External Communications 408 192 70 61 42 43 Utilities/Leases 3,309 1,560 570 495 338 345 Transfers to Other Operators 6,789 3,641 1,624 536 753 235 Amtrak Transfers 2,219 707 1,402 - - 110 Station Maintenance 1,720 1,046 248 115 230 81 Rail Agreements 5,466 1,926 1,579 1,257 358 347 Subtotal Operations & Services 144,427 72,354 33,944 16,592 15,376 6,161 Maintenance-of-Way MoW - Line Segments 42,173 22,288 8,650 3,244 5,527 2,463 MoW - Extraordinary Maintenance 1,044 612 134 101 113 84 Subtotal Maintenance-of-Way 43,217 22,901 8,785 3,346 5,639 2,546 Administration & Services Ops Salaries & Fringe Benefits 14,541 6,855 2,517 2,169 1,487 1,513 Ops Non-Labor Expenses 7,658 3,895 1,701 844 839 380 Indirect Administrative Expenses 15,787 7,442 2,722 2,362 1,613 1,648 Ops Professional Services 2,689 1,268 464 402 275 281 Subtotal Admin & Services 40,675 19,459 7,403 5,776 4,214 3,822 Contingency (Non-Train Ops)252 119 43 38 26 26 Total Operating Expenses 228,570 114,833 50,176 25,751 25,256 12,555 Insurance Expense/(Revenue) Liability/Property/Auto 13,099 6,809 3,110 1,284 1,471 426 Claims / SI 1,050 546 249 103 118 34 Claims Administration 1,191 619 283 117 134 39 PLPD Revenue - - - - - - Net Insurance Expense 15,341 7,974 3,642 1,503 1,723 499 Total Expenses 243,911 122,807 53,817 27,255 26,978 13,054 Total Loss (143,481) (71,689) (28,212) (18,835) (14,890) (9,855) Member Subsidies Operations 128,141 63,715 24,570 17,332 13,168 9,356 Insurance 15,341 7,974 3,642 1,503 1,723 499 Member Subsidies 143,481 71,689 28,212 18,835 14,890 9,855 Surplus / (Deficit)- - - - - - FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 FORECAST BUDGET by Cost Component By Member Agency FY19 Forecast Operating Budget 52 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY Attachment J FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 FORECAST BUDGET ($000s) Total FY19-20 Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC Operating Revenue Farebox Revenue 83,597 40,600 22,381 7,743 10,470 2,404 Metro Fare Reduction Subsidy 1,262 1,262 - - - - Subtotal-Pro Forma FareBox 84,859 41,861 22,381 7,743 10,470 2,404 Dispatching 2,128 1,130 685 6 57 250 Other Revenues 12 6 3 1 1 0 MOW Revenues 13,431 8,120 2,537 670 1,560 544 Subtotal Operating Revenue 100,430 51,118 25,606 8,420 12,088 3,199 Operating Expenses Operations & Services Train Operations 47,330 25,236 10,566 4,801 4,976 1,750 Equipment Maintenance 38,745 19,069 8,915 4,609 4,462 1,690 Fuel 20,861 10,709 5,260 2,081 2,143 669 Non-Scheduled Rolling Stock Repairs 100 52 24 10 11 3 Operating Facilities Maintenance 1,530 796 364 150 171 50 Other Operating Train Services 495 233 85 74 51 52 Rolling Stock Lease - - - - - - Security - Sheriff 6,241 3,257 1,255 962 635 132 Security - Guards 2,942 1,387 507 440 301 307 Supplemental Additional Security 690 340 182 63 85 20 Public Safety Program 275 130 47 41 28 29 Passenger Relations 1,746 826 492 167 203 57 TVM Maintenance/Revenue Collection 6,264 2,610 1,376 1,044 854 379 Marketing 1,085 523 291 107 126 39 Media & External Communications 408 192 70 61 42 43 Utilities/Leases 3,329 1,569 574 498 340 348 Transfers to Other Operators 6,993 3,751 1,673 552 776 242 Amtrak Transfers 2,262 721 1,429 - - 112 Station Maintenance 1,800 1,096 259 119 241 85 Rail Agreements 5,569 1,950 1,626 1,283 361 349 Subtotal Operations & Services 148,664 74,447 34,995 17,062 15,806 6,354 Maintenance-of-Way MoW - Line Segments 44,066 23,307 9,016 3,408 5,759 2,577 MoW - Extraordinary Maintenance 1,090 639 140 106 117 87 Subtotal Maintenance-of-Way 45,156 23,946 9,157 3,513 5,876 2,664 Administration & Services Ops Salaries & Fringe Benefits 15,277 7,202 2,645 2,279 1,563 1,589 Ops Non-Labor Expenses 7,888 4,014 1,753 867 864 390 Indirect Administrative Expenses 16,251 7,661 2,802 2,431 1,661 1,697 Ops Professional Services 2,694 1,270 464 403 275 281 Subtotal Admin & Services 42,110 20,146 7,664 5,980 4,363 3,957 Contingency (Non-Train Ops)252 119 43 38 26 26 Total Operating Expenses 236,182 118,658 51,860 26,593 26,071 13,000 Insurance Expense/(Revenue) Liability/Property/Auto 13,885 7,224 3,299 1,358 1,552 451 Claims / SI 1,113 579 264 109 124 36 Claims Administration 1,197 623 285 117 134 39 PLPD Revenue - - - - - - Net Insurance Expense 16,196 8,427 3,848 1,584 1,811 526 Total Expenses 252,377 127,084 55,708 28,177 27,882 13,526 Total Loss (151,948) (75,967) (30,102) (19,757) (15,794) (10,328) Member Subsidies Operations 135,752 67,540 26,254 18,173 13,983 9,801 Insurance 16,196 8,427 3,848 1,584 1,811 526 Member Subsidies 151,948 75,967 30,102 19,757 15,794 10,328 Surplus / (Deficit)- - - - - - by Cost Component By Member Agency FY20 Forecast Operating Budget 53 ORIGINALLY INTENDED PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) FY18 1158 River Worn High Signals Rehab Signal System - Replace worn signals: 2W, 4WA, 4WB, 6W - CP Dayton $151,800 $72,105 $30,056 $16,850 $21,859 $10,930 FY18 1108 All Worn High Stations Station Platform Detectable Warning Panel and Pavement Marking Rehab $242,000 $114,950 $47,916 $26,862 $34,848 $17,424 FY18 1166 River Worn High Signals Rehab Worn and/or Defective Battery Cells - River Sub $64,240 $30,514 $12,720 $7,131 $9,251 $4,625 FY18 1151 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Replace EC4 Unit with EC5 at Int Signal 81/82 - SG Sub $335,940 $201,564 $134,376 FY18 322 Ventura - LA County Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Rehab Logic Controllers at Signal Locations - Ven Sub $329,560 $329,560 FY18 1051 All Good Low Rolling Stock Rotem Bi-Level Rail-car Progressive Overhaul Program Phase 1 $11,933,250 $5,668,294 $2,362,784 $1,324,591 $1,718,388 $859,194 FY18 1057 All Worn Low Facilities Replace fencing and gates at MOC $149,050 $70,799 $29,512 $16,545 $21,463 $10,732 FY18 1054 All Marginal Low Facilities Renovate restrooms at CMF and MOC $756,800 $359,480 $149,846 $84,005 $108,979 $54,490 FY18 1203 Orange Worn High Structures Orange Sub Struct - San Juan Creek Bridge $38,261,522 $38,261,522 FY18 159 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Marginal High Track San Gabriel Subdivision Rail Rehab Program $6,268,800 $3,761,280 $2,507,520 FY18 320 Pasadena Worn High Grade Crossing Rehab Worn Signal and Grade Crossing Cables - Pasadena Sub $557,480 $557,480 FY18 1272 River Worn High Track Replace turnouts on the River Subdivision $1,830,840 $869,649 $362,506 $203,223 $263,641 $131,820 FY18 1289 Ventura - LA County Marginal High Track Replacement of turnouts on the Ventura Subdivision in Los Angeles County $525,000 $525,000 FY18 1154 River Worn High Signals Replace AC Meter Service @ N. Main Street - East Bank $130,600 $2,741 $1,143 $641 $831 $416 $124,829 FY18 1117 River Worn Low Structures River Sub Struct $299,600 $142,310 $59,321 $33,256 $43,142 $21,571 FY18 1280 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Track San Gabriel Tie Rehabilitation $2,815,500 $1,689,300 $1,126,200 FY18 1281 Valley Worn High Track Valley Tie Rehabilitation $11,110,940 $11,110,940 FY18 1165 River Worn High Signals Rehab Signal and Grade Crossing Cables - River Sub $513,480 $243,903 $101,669 $56,996 $73,941 $36,971 FY18 181 River Sub - West Bank Marginal High Track Replacement of turnouts on the River Subdivision West Bank line in Los Angeles County $540,980 $256,966 $107,114 $60,049 $77,901 $38,951 FY18 336 Olive Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - Olive Sub $513,480 $513,480 FY18 347 River Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Replace EC4 Unit at CP Mission $346,940 $164,797 $68,694 $38,510 $49,959 $24,980 FY18 1241 Valley Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Design, slot planning, interference mitigation - Valley $75,000 $75,000 FY18 1239 River Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Design, slot planning, interference mitigation - River $75,000 $35,625 $14,850 $8,325 $10,800 $5,400 FY18 1243 Ventura - VC County Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Design, slot planning, interference mitigation - Ventura - Ventura County $37,500 $37,500 FY18 1245 Ventura - LA County Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Design, slot planning, interference mitigation - Ventura - LA County $37,500 $37,500 FY18 1255 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Design, slot planning, interference mitigation - San Gabriel - SB County $37,500 $22,500 $15,000 FY18 1227 San Jacinto (PVL)Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Design, slot planning, interference mitigation - PVL $75,000 $75,000 FY18 1254 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Design, slot planning, interference mitigation - San Gabriel - LA County $37,500 $22,500 $15,000 FY18 1230 Orange Marginal High Communications Wayside Communication System Design, slot planning, interference mitigation - Orange $125,000 $125,000 FY18 313 River Worn High Signals CP Dayton Signal Sys Rehab - Replace Relay Logic with Electrologixs Units $1,534,320 $728,802 $303,795 $170,310 $220,942 $110,471 FY18 191 All Worn High Stations Station Signage Rehab $310,500 $147,488 $61,479 $34,466 $44,712 $22,356 FY18 326 All Worn High Signals Rehab AC Units $236,940 $112,547 $46,914 $26,300 $34,119 $17,060 FY18 1113 Ventura - VC County Worn High Structures Ventura Sub (Ven CO) Struct - Arroyo Simi Bridge $13,999,650 $13,999,650 PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2019 REHABILITATION BUDGET Attachment K 54 ORIGINALLY INTENDED PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2019 REHABILITATION BUDGET Attachment K FY18 306 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year - SG Sub $548,600 $329,160 $219,440 FY18 1153 Montalvo Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - Montalvo Sub $566,940 $566,940 FY18 1219 Ventura - VC County Worn High Track Ventura (VC) Track Rehabilitation $781,000 $781,000 FY18 1152 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Replace EC4 Unit with EC5 at Int Signal 111/112 - SG Sub $335,940 $201,564 $134,376 FY18 266 Orange Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - Orange Sub $566,940 $366,940 $200,000 FY18 1207 Orange Worn High Track Orange Subdivision Rail Rehab Program $942,000 $942,000 FY18 340 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Replace EC4 Unit with EC5 at Int Signal 41/42 - SG Sub $335,940 $201,564 $134,376 FY18 1208 Orange Marginal High Track Orange Subdivision Tie Rehab $2,920,500 $2,920,500 FY18 1157 River Worn High Signals Area lighting and fencing around houses - River Sub $536,800 $254,980 $106,286 $59,585 $77,299 $38,650 FY18 250 Valley Marginal High Track Replacement of turnouts on the Valley Subdivision in Los Angeles County $400,000 $400,000 FY18 1305 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Grade Crossing Rehabilitation of Beech Ave crossing on the San Gabriel Subdivision $462,000 $277,200 $184,800 FY18 1215 Valley Marginal High Track Valley Sub Rail Rehabilitation $2,296,250 $2,296,250 FY18 277 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - SG Sub $566,940 $340,164 $226,776 FY18 263 Orange Worn High Signals C&S Corrosion Mitigation $216,615 $216,615 FY18 196 River Worn Low Track Rehabilitation of the North lead to CMF $750,000 $356,250 $148,500 $83,250 $108,000 $54,000 FY18 154 Pasadena Worn Low Grade Crossing Phase 1 - Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Pasadena Subdivision $500,000 $500,000 FY18 155 Rialto Worn High Grade Crossing Phase 1 - Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Rialto Industrial Track $250,000 $250,000 FY18 1252 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Marginal Low Communications Rehab Update CIS at Stations - San Gabriel (SB County)$150,000 $90,000 $60,000 FY18 1248 Valley Marginal Low Communications Rehab Update CIS at Stations - Valley $150,000 $150,000 FY18 1250 Orange Marginal Low Communications Rehab Update CIS at Stations - Orange $150,000 $150,000 FY18 1251 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Marginal Low Communications Rehab Update CIS at Stations - San Gabriel (LA County)$150,000 $90,000 $60,000 FY18 1249 Ventura - VC County Marginal Low Communications Rehab Update CIS at Stations - Ventura - Ventura County $150,000 $150,000 FY18 1253 Ventura - LA County Marginal Low Communications Rehab Update CIS at Stations - Ventura - LA County $150,000 $150,000 FY19 239 All Worn High Stations Station Signage Rehab $310,500 $147,488 $61,479 $34,466 $44,712 $22,356 FY19 1120 All Marginal High Rolling Stock Bombardier (Sentinel) passenger rail cars Midlife Overhaul $40,500,000 $19,237,500 $8,019,000 $4,495,500 $5,832,000 $2,916,000 FY19 1109 All Worn High Stations Station Platform Detectable Warning Panel and Pavement Marking Rehab $297,000 $141,075 $58,806 $32,967 $42,768 $21,384 FY19 1060 Ventura - VC County Worn Low Facilities Replace Moorpark Trailer (Crew Base)$1,474,000 $1,474,000 FY19 1062 All Worn High Facilities Replace yard and progressive track lighting at CMF $933,020 $443,185 $184,738 $103,565 $134,355 $67,177 FY19 1170 Orange Worn High Signals C&S Corrosion Mitigation $216,615 $216,615 FY19 1168 Montalvo Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - Montalvo Sub $566,940 $566,940 FY19 1061 All Worn Low Rolling Stock Locomotive and Cab Car Camera & DVR replacements $1,099,875 $522,441 $217,775 $122,086 $158,382 $79,191 FY19 197 River Worn Low Facilities Spot Track Facility Modifications $1,638,750 $778,406 $324,473 $181,901 $235,980 $117,990 FY19 1313 All Worn High Facilities Phase 2 - Replace Car shop Jacks at CMF $279,620 $132,820 $55,365 $31,038 $40,265 $20,133 FY19 1226 All Worn High Labratory Testing SCRRA Positive Train Control Lab Systems Support and Testing $847,500 $402,563 $167,805 $94,073 $122,040 $61,020 55 ORIGINALLY INTENDED PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2019 REHABILITATION BUDGET Attachment K FY19 1225 All Worn High Signals SCRRA Production Backoffice Systems Upgrades and Testing Support $547,000 $259,825 $108,306 $60,717 $78,768 $39,384 FY19 1056 All Marginal Low Facilities Employee Communications System Upgrade $228,375 $108,478 $45,218 $25,350 $32,886 $16,443 FY19 1224 All Marginal High Signals Backoffice Hardware & Software Replacement (DOC & MOC)$1,020,000 $484,500 $201,960 $113,220 $146,880 $73,440 FY19 1212 Valley Worn High Track Tunnel 25 Track Rennovation $10,792,750 $10,792,750 FY19 235 Valley Worn High Structures Verdugo Wash (8.12) Bridge Deck Replacement $1,484,725 $1,484,725 FY19 1213 Valley Marginal High Track Valley Sub Track Renewal Train $70,000,000 $70,000,000 FY19 1127 All Worn High Signals Remove Unnecessary iiATS instructors from RR Right of Way $667,800 $317,205 $132,224 $74,126 $96,163 $48,082 FY19 325 Pasadena Worn Low Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year - Pasadena Sub $557,480 $557,480 FY19 1199 Pasadena Worn Low Track Pasadena Tie Rehabilitation $1,000,450 $1,000,450 FY19 1123 All Worn High Signals Rehab C&S Maintenance Vehicles (2 Sig vehicles)$150,000 $71,250 $29,700 $16,650 $21,600 $10,800 FY19 1209 San Jacinto (PVL)Worn Low Track Perris Valley Subdivision Rail Rehab Program $3,256,250 $3,256,250 FY19 1198 Pasadena Worn High Track Pasadena Subdivision Rail Rehab Program $738,240 $738,240 FY19 1308 Rialto Worn High Grade Crossing Phase 2 - Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Rialto Industrial Track $250,000 $250,000 FY19 1310 River Worn High Signals Phase 2 - Signal System Rehab - CP Terminal Rehab Turnouts 3X, 5, 5X, 7, 7X and Power Switch Machines $1,000,000 $475,000 $198,000 $111,000 $144,000 $72,000 FY19 1306 Pasadena Worn Low Grade Crossing Phase 2 - Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Pasadena Subdivision $1,000,000 $1,000,000 TOTAL $248,992,567 $142,086,103 $57,532,627 $11,078,800 $15,368,740 $22,601,468 $324,829 56 ORIGINALLY INTENDED PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) FY20 240 All Worn High Stations Station Signage Rehab $310,500 $147,488 $61,479 $34,466 $44,712 $22,356 FY20 1063 All Worn Low Non-Revenue Fleet Vehicle Replacement $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 FY20 1110 All Worn High Stations Station Platform Detectable Warning Panel and Pavement Marking Rehab $352,000 $167,200 $69,696 $39,072 $50,688 $25,344 FY20 1064 SB Shortway Worn Low Facilities Purchase electric train car mover for EMF $889,240 $889,240 FY20 1185 San Gabriel - SB County Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables $566,940 $566,940 FY20 1176 Orange Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables $566,940 $566,940 FY20 1191 Ventura - LA County Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables $513,480 $513,480 FY20 1121 All Marginal High Rolling Stock Bombardier (Sentinel) passenger rail cars Midlife Overhaul $40,500,000 $19,237,500 $8,019,000 $4,495,500 $5,832,000 $2,916,000 FY20 1182 River Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables $513,480 $243,903 $101,669 $56,996 $73,941 $36,971 FY20 1173 Montalvo Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - Montalvo Sub $566,940 $566,940 FY20 1179 Pasadena Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year $557,480 $557,480 FY20 1186 San Gabriel - SB County Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables $566,940 $566,940 FY20 1180 Rialto Worn High Signals Rehab Signal and Grade Crossing Cables $513,480 $513,480 FY20 1175 Orange Worn High Signals C&S Corrosion Mitigation $216,615 $216,615 FY20 1178 Pasadena Worn High Grade Crossing Rehab Worn Signal and Grade Crossing Cables $557,480 $557,480 FY20 1181 River Worn High Signals Signal System Rehab - Replace EC4 Unit at CP Mission $346,940 $164,797 $68,694 $38,510 $49,959 $24,980 FY20 1192 Ventura - VC County Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year $548,600 $548,600 FY20 1171 All Worn High Signals Rehab C&S Maintenance Vehicles (2 Sig Vehicles)$150,000 $71,250 $29,700 $16,650 $21,600 $10,800 FY20 1187 San Gabriel - SB County Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab $509,600 $509,600 FY20 1177 Orange Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - Rehab 2 Locations per Year $560,560 $560,560 FY20 1194 Ventura - VC County Worn High Signals Rehab Signal and Grade Crossing Cables $513,480 $513,480 FY20 1184 San Gabriel 60 / 40 Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year - SG Sub $548,600 $329,160 $219,440 FY20 1193 Ventura - VC County Worn High Signals Rehab Signal and Grade Crossing Cables -Ven Sub $513,480 $513,480 FY20 1169 Olive Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables $513,480 $513,480 FY20 1190 Ventura - LA County Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab 2 Locations per Year $531,800 $531,800 FY20 1189 Valley Worn High Grade Crossing Grade Crossing Rehab - 2 Locations per Year $557,480 $557,480 FY20 1174 Olive Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables - Olive Sub $513,480 $513,480 FY20 1183 San Gabriel - LA County Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables $511,940 $511,940 FY20 1188 Valley Worn High Signals Rehab Worn or Defective Cables $511,940 $511,940 FY20 1236 All Worn High Labratory Testing SCRRA Positive Train Control Lab Systems Support and Testing $1,360,000 $646,000 $269,280 $150,960 $195,840 $97,920 FY20 1234 All Worn High Signals SCRRA Production Backoffice Systems Upgrades and Testing Support $815,000 $387,125 $161,370 $90,465 $117,360 $58,680 FY20 1232 All Marginal High Signals Backoffice Hardware & Software Replacement (DOC & MOC)$553,500 $262,913 $109,593 $61,439 $79,704 $39,852 FY20 1309 Rialto Worn High Grade Crossing Phase 3 - Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Rialto Industrial Track $250,000 $250,000 FY20 1311 River Worn High Signals Phase 3 - Signal System Rehab - CP Terminal Rehab Turnouts 3X, 5, 5X, 7, 7X and Power Switch Machines $1,000,000 $475,000 $198,000 $111,000 $144,000 $72,000 FY20 1314 All Worn High Facilities Phase 3 - Replace Car shop Jacks at CMF $279,620 $132,820 $55,365 $31,038 $40,265 $20,133 FY20 1307 Pasadena Worn Low Grade Crossing Phase 3 - Rehabilitation of grade crossings on the Pasadena Subdivision $1,000,000 $1,000,000 TOTAL $59,281,015 $27,006,754 $11,514,921 $5,126,095 $10,165,710 $5,467,535 PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2020 REHABILITATION BUDGET Attachment L 57 ORIGINALLY INTENDED PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) FY18 219 All n/a n/a Track Central Maintenance Facility West Entrance - Phase 2 $9,698,500 $4,606,788 $1,920,303 $1,076,534 $1,396,584 $698,292 FY18 1220 All n/a n/a Project Study Reports and Initial Design for Capital Projects $1,000,000 $475,000 $198,000 $111,000 $144,000 $72,000 FY19 1079 All n/a n/a Facilities Electric Vehicle Charging Stations $461,380 $219,156 $91,353 $51,213 $66,439 $33,219 FY19 215 Valley n/a n/a Track Palmdale Passing Siding $9,380,400 $9,380,400 TOTAL $20,540,280 $14,681,343 $2,209,656 $1,238,747 $1,607,023 $803,511 PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2019 CAPITAL BUDGET Attachment M 58 ORIGINALLY INTENDED PROJECT #SUBDIVISION CONDITION IMPACT ASSET TYPE PROJECT TOTAL Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC OTHER (1) FY20 398 SB Shortway n/a n/a Facilities EMF ADDITIONAL UNDERGROUND FUEL STORAGE TANKS $2,608,200 $2,608,200 FY20 1065 All n/a n/a Facilities Locomotive Test Facility CMF and EMF $2,298,450 $1,091,764 $455,093 $255,128 $330,977 $165,488 TOTAL $4,906,650 $1,091,764 $455,093 $255,128 $2,939,177 $165,488 PROJECT PROPOSALS FOR FY2020 CAPITAL BUDGET Attachment N 59 REHABILITATION PROJECT BALANCES CARRIED INTO FISCAL YEAR 2018 Sum of Carryover Member Proj #Subdivision Category Project Name Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC UPRR\ PTMISEA OTHER Total Carryover 450097 Systemwide PTC, C+S Customer Information System (CIS)17 1 1 2 21 510084 Systemwide Facilities Facilities Design/Outfit Melbourne MoW Facility 89 40 23 30 15 197 513006 Ventura - VC Track Rehab turnout @ Strathern 3 3 513007 Ventura - VC Structures Capacity ratings on bridges/culverts (5)15 15 513008 Ventura - VC Signal Rehab/replace crossing gates, gate savers, predictors, batteries and other equipment 9 9 513009 Ventura - VC Communication Upgrade/Replace Wayside Communications and Remote Monitors - Ventura Subdivision (Ventura Co.)8 8 513010 Ventura LA Track Rehab turnouts @ Woodman, Bernson & Raymer. 7 7 513011 Ventura LA Structures ROW grading and tunnel vacuuming. 3 3 513015 Valley Structures Determine capacity ratings on bridges/culverts.12 12 513016 Valley Signal Rehab 4 M23A switches at CP Taylor. 66 66 513017 San Gabriel Track Transition Rails & Insulated Joints. Rehab turnouts @ Irwin, CP Bassett, CP Barranca, Marengo Siding21 14 35 513018 San Gabriel Signal Rehab Electrologic CP Marengo & CP Vista 9 6 15 513019 San Gabriel Communication Upgrade/Replace Comm Equipment and Wayside Comm Sites - San Gabriel Sub 119 79 198 513021 Rialto Signal Rialto Industry Track Grade Crossing Rehabilitation 7 7 513022 Orange Track Transition Rails & Insulated Joints. 128 128 513023 Orange Structures Rehab design analysis - San Juan Creek Bridge (Design Only)14 14 513024 Orange Structures Capacity Ratings on Bridges/Culverts, ROW Grading, & Hydrology Design 28 28 513025 Orange Signal Rehab electrologic CP Capistrano. 212 212 513026 Orange/Olive Signage Rehab faded and damaged signage at 4 Stations 261 261 513027 River Track Transition Rails & Insulated Joints. Rehab turnouts.28 14 8 10 5 65 513028 River Structures Capacity Ratings on Bridges/Culverts, ROW Grading 17 7 4 5 3 36 513029 River Signal Battery replace CP Terminal & CP Mission. 16 7 4 5 2 33 513030 River Communication Establish Comm Path Diversity at CP Locations 3 3 1 7 513031 Systemwide Facilities Upgrade Ground Power and Fuel Management System at CMF 27 11 6 8 4 57 513038 Systemwide IT Enterprise project mgmt, tracking, scheduling solution 10 10 513039 Systemwide Sig/Veh F550 Hyrail bucket trucks, renew brush truck generators 13 6 3 4 2 29 513040 Systemwide MoW Melbourne Maintenance Support Facility 10 1 11 513042 Systemwide Signal Install additional signal heads and signal equipment.6 2 1 2 11 513043 Systemwide Vehicles Replacement of rubber-tire vehicles for field operations 6 2 1 3 12 513044 Systemwide Vehicles Replace rail car mover 3 1 12 15 31 513045 Systemwide TVM TVM Upgrades 12 5 3 20 513048 Systemwide IT SCRRA Fleet Plan 2 2 514001 91-LA Signage CMS & PA System Rehabilitation at Montebello/Commerce & Norwalk/SF Springs. Integrate with back office server.26 26 514002 Olive Track Rehabilitate Wood Cross Ties on the Olive Subdivision (Quantity 1400)84 84 514003 Orange Communication Communication System Upgrade from OC Sub to TCOSF or MOC 8 8 514004 Orange Safety Fencing Installation at San Clemente Park 10 10 514007 Orange Track Rehabilitate Wood Cross-Ties on Orange Sub, Split FY12-13 and FY13-14 (21,400 ties)151 151 514008 Orange Track Rehabilitate Curves 17 (MT 1 & 2), 39, 40, 46 & 53 on Orange Sub.51 51 514009 Orange/Olive CIS/Signage Rehab CMS & PA Systems at High Priority Stations on Orange County line. Integrate with back office server.25 25 514010 Orange/Olive Signal Rehabilitate /Replace/Add Crossing Gates/Gatesavers, Predictors, Batteries, Other Crossing Equipment 54 54 514012 PASADENA Track Pasadena Sub: Replace Timber Crossties.5 5 514013 San Gabriel Communication San Gabriel Sub: PTC Communications Systems Remote Monitoring & Access Control 12 8 20 514014 San Gabriel Safety Fencing Installation Fontana-Beech MP 47.6. ROW Grading, Ditching and Fencing.13 9 22 514015 San Gabriel Signage Rehabilitate CMS & PA at 4 Stations on the San Gabriel Subdivision. Integrate with Back Office Server.9 6 15 514017 San Gabriel Track Rehabilitate Curves at Various Locations on the San Gabriel Subdivision.69 46 115 514018 Valley Communication Valley Sub Communications Backhaul Rehabilitation 15 15 514020 Valley Safety Fencing Installation MP 14.7 & MP 31. Vacuum Tunnels, ROW Grading, Ditching & Fencing 6 6 Attachment O 60 514021 Valley Signage CMS & PA Systems Rehabilitation on the Antelope Valley Line stations. Integrate with Back Office Server.98 98 514022 Valley Signal Valley Sub Signal Rehab: 1 Electrologic Location and Other Crossing Work 26 26 514024 Valley Track Rail Replacement and Rehab Curves at Various Locations on Valley Sub 166 166 514026 Ventura LA Signage Rehabilitate CMS System & PA System at the Northridge Station. Integrate with Back Office Server.30 30 514027 Ventura LA Signal Ventura Sub Signal Rehab (LA Co.)- Replace GCP4000 (2 loc.) and Replacement of 3 crossings 118 118 514030 Ventura LA Track Replace Rail on Curve 130, (MT 2) on Ventura Sub ( LA County)684 684 514031 Ventura - VC Communication Rehabilitate Communication Systems Ventura Sub (Ventura Co), Including TCOSF and MOC Pathways.11 11 514032 Ventura - VC Facilities Replace Light Fixtures and Ground Power Cables at Moorpark Layover 13 13 514033 Ventura - VC Signage Rehabilitate CMS & PA Systems at 3 Ventura County Stations. Integrate with Back Office Server.41 41 514036 Ventura - VC Track Rehabilitate Crossing at Tapo Street in Ventura County 48 48 514038 River Safety Fencing Installation near 9th Street on the River Subdivision. ROW Grading, Ditching & Fencing.47 20 11 14 7 99 514039 River Signal River Sub Signal Rehabilitation 12 5 3 4 2 25 514042 Systemwide Facilities Rehabilitate Drop Table and Wheel True Machine at CMF.29 12 7 9 4 62 514043 Systemwide Facilities Replace Fuel Tanker Truck 82 29 16 21 11 160 514044 Systemwide Facilities Fueling System Improvement 10 4 2 3 20 514045 Systemwide Facilities Melbourne C&S Material Relocation Program (MSF Phase 3)2 2 514046 Systemwide IT Electronic Ticketing System 5 2 1 8 514047 Systemwide IT FIS Phase 2 & Business Intelligence Solution Data Warehouse.24 10 6 7 4 50 514048 Systemwide IT TAM Plan and System for FTA MAP-21 Compliance.1 1 514049 Systemwide IT Design/Analysis for Replacement of Current TVM System 9 4 2 13 1 30 514055 Systemwide Signal System Signal: Replace Dwarf Signal Heads and Install Remote Card Readers and Video Cameras 3 1 4 514056 Systemwide Track Rehabilitate CMF West Access, Tail Track and Crossing.2 2 514057 Systemwide Track Systemwide Rail Grinding and Ultrasonic Rail Testing 54 23 13 16 8 114 514058 Systemwide Vehicles Rubber Tire Vehicle Replacement (Non-Fed) - 3 Pool Vehicles 3 3 514059 Systemwide Vehicles Rubber Tire Vehicle Replacement (Fed) - (3) MoW Trucks, (Approx 18) PTC Vehicles 2 2 514061 San Gabriel Track Rehabilitate Transition Rails & Insulated Joints on the San Gabriel Subdivision 2 2 4 514062 River Track Rehabilitate Insulated Joints and Replace Turnout on the River Subdivision 17 6 3 5 3 33 514063 Valley Fencing Lancaster Layover and Station Safety/Security Improvements 64 64 514065 Systemwide Track FY14 Track Measurement Systems 60 25 14 18 9 127 514066 Ventura LA VC Structures Tunnel 26 Drainage 121 93 214 515100 Olive Structures Olive Sub Culvert & Bridge Rehab at MP 3.8, 5.01 and 1.70 21 21 515102 Orange Communication Orange/Olive Sub: PTC Communications Systems Remote Monitoring & Access Control 11 11 515104 Orange Structures Orange Subdivision ROW Grading, Ditching, & Hydrology Design 13 13 515105 Orange Structures Orange Subdivision Culvert & Bridge Rehabilitation (9 Structures)2,762 2,762 515106 Orange Structures Orange Subdivision Bridge Repair (San Juan Creek Bridge Design) and Slope Stabilization/Grading 25 25 515107 Orange Track Orange Subdivision Ground Penetrating Radar 14 14 515108 Orange Track Orange Subdivision Tie Replacement - 1,077 Spot Ties 31 31 515109 Pasadena Signal Pasadena Subdivision Signal Rehabilitation 4 4 515113 Riverside Facilities Riverside Layover Facility Improvements - DESIGN 522 522 515114 San Gabriel Communication San Gabriel Subdivision Communication System Rehabilitation 8 5 13 515115 San Gabriel Signal San Gabriel Sub Signal Rehabilitation - Upgrade 28 EC5 Units and 2 ElectroLogix 3 2 5 515117 San Gabriel Track San Gabriel Subdivision Ground Penetrating Radar 6 4 10 515118 San Gabriel Track San Gabriel Subdivision Track Rehabilitation 26 17 44 515122 Valley Signal Valley Subdivision Signal Rehabilitation - Crossing Cables Replacement Sierra Hwy 22 22 515123 Valley Structures Valley Subdivision Bridge & Culvert Replacement - Design & Construction (4 structures)675 675 515126 Valley Track Valley Subdivision Ground Penetrating Radar 3 3 515127 Ventura LA Communication Oat Mountain ATCS/VHF Relocation & Consolidation and Remote Monitors/VHF Radio - Ventura Sub (LA Co)6 6 515128 Ventura LA Signal Ventura Sub (LA Co) Signal Rehabilitation - Upgrade GCP at Tujunga and Clybourn 94 94 515129 Ventura LA Structures Ventura Sub (LA Co) Bridge Repair - Design & Construction MP 461.65 Replacement Slab 351 351 515131 Ventura LA Structures Ventura Subdivision (LA Co ROW Maintenance)71 71 515133 Ventura - VC Communication Tunnel 26VHF / CP Davis Communication Backhaul (Ventura - VN Co)14 14 515134 Ventura - VC Signal Ventura Sub (Ven Co) Cable Replacement 6 6 515135 Ventura - VC Structures Ventura Sub (Ven Co) Bridge Replacement - Construction at MP 438.62 357 357 61 515137 Ventura - VC Track Rehabilitate Sequoia Street Crossing 9 9 515139 River Signal River Subdivision Signal Rehabilitation - Dwarf Signal Replacement 4 2 1 6 515142 River Track River Subdivision Ground Penetrating Radar 6 3 1 2 12 515143 River Track River Subdivision Rail Replacement 1 1 515144 River Track Rehab Rail & Ties on River Subdivision East Bank 483 201 113 146 73 2,392 3,409 515145 Systemwide Facilities Upgrade Sanding System at CMF 10 4 2 3 2 21 515146 Systemwide IT Financial Planning & Forecasting Solution - Phase 2 121 51 28 37 18 255 515148 Systemwide Mechanical Battery Change Out on Gen 3 Cars 30 7 37 515151 Systemwide Mechanical Gen 1 Rail Car Overhaul 138 166 149 193 96 742 515152 Systemwide PTC, C+S PTC Communication and Signal Systemwide Rehab 1 1 515154 Systemwide Track Track Measurement & Testing - Machine Vision & Track Infrastructure Report 6 2 1 2 11 515155 Systemwide Track Systemwide Rail Grinding 4 2 1 7 515159 Valley Valley Tunnel 25 Drainage 2 2 516050 Systemwide Rolling Stock Rail Car Restoration 595 595 516069 Systemwide Facilities Replace NOX2 Monitoring System 3 4 7 516110 Ventura - VC Track Ventura Sub (Ven Co) Rail Grinding 4 4 516111 Ventura - VC Track Ventura Sub (Ven Co) Rail Replacement 429 429 516120 Ventura - VC Structures Ventura Sub (Ven Co) Bridge & Culvert Rehab 468 468 516130 Ventura - VC Signal Ventura Sub (Ven Co) Signal Rehabilitation 76 76 516410 San Gabriel Track San Gabriel Sub Track Rehab 762 762 516511 Olive Track Olive Sub Replace Track Panels - 22 22 516530 Olive Signal Orange/Olive Sub Signal Engineering 209 209 516610 Orange Track Orange Sub Rail Grinding 189 189 516611 Orange Track Orange Sub Rail Replacement 1,617 1,617 516612 Orange Track Orange Sub Replace Track Panels 300 300 516620 Orange Structures Orange Sub ROW Grading/Ditching 206 206 516621 Orange Structures Orange Sub - San Juan Creek Bridge Design 1,891 1,891 516631 Orange/Olive Signal Orange/Olive Sub Signal Rehabilitation - GCP4000 (5 EA) and Gate Mechanisms (5 tot)177 177 516640 Orange Communication Orange Sub Communication Rehabilitation 133 133 516819 Redlands Track & Signal VALLEY SUB TIE REPLACEMENT 63 63 516820 Riverside Facilities Downtown Riverside Layover Improvements 15 15 516930 PVL /former San Jacinto Industry SpurSignal PVL Signal Engineering 10 10 516931 PVL /former San Jacinto Industry SpurSignal PVL Signal Rehabilitation 689 689 516940 PVL /former San Jacinto Industry SpurCommunication PVL Communication Rehabilitation - Remote Network Monitors at 19 Locations 31 31 517030 Systemwide Signal Replace Signal Maintenance Vehicles 36 15 8 11 5 75 517040 Systemwide Comm & PTC Back Office & PTC Lab Upgrades 1,234 514 288 374 187 2,598 517050 Systemwide Rolling Stock Gen 1 HVAC Overhaul (20 Bombardier Coach Cars)152 63 36 46 23 320 517051 Systemwide Facilities CMF Elevator Modernization 62 26 14 19 9 130 517052 Systemwide Facilities CMF Drainage Redirection 757 316 177 230 115 1,594 517053 Systemwide Facilities EMF Parking and Track Lighting 300 125 70 91 587 517054 Systemwide Facilities Stabilize Canopies and Platforms at LAUS 473 197 111 143 72 265 1,261 517110 Ventura - VC Track Rehab 2,100 Ft Rail - Ventura Sub (Ven Co)333 333 517120 Ventura - VC Structures Bridge Rehab MP 438.89 Ventura Sub (Ven Co)138 291 429 517121 Ventura - VC Structures Design Bridge/Culvert MP 434.12 & 436.96 277 277 517122 Ventura - VC Structures Culvert Rehab MP 436.56 Ventura Sub (Ven Co)368 368 517130 Ventura - VC Signal Replace Back-Up Battery Banks & Worn Underground Cables 200 200 517140 Ventura - VC Comm & PTC Communications Rehab - Ventura (Ven Co)238 238 517310 Valley Track Tie Rehabilitation - Valley Subdivision 1,400 1,400 517320 Valley Structures Culvert Rehab - Valley Subdivision 673 673 517330 Valley Signal Rehab Train Control & Grade Crossing Signal Equipment - Valley Sub 350 350 517410 San Gabriel Track Rehab Ties, Turnout, Track Panels 1,186 790 1,976 517411 San Gabriel Track Rail Grinding - San Gabriel Sub 120 80 200 517420 San Gabriel Structures Replace Culvert & ROW Grading/Ditching - San Gabriel Sub 123 82 205 62 517430 San Gabriel Signal Replace Signal and Grade Crossing Components - San Gabriel Sub 240 160 400 517431 San Gabriel Signal Signal Rehab - San Gabriel Sub 585 390 975 517440 San Gabriel Communication Communications Rehab - San Gabriel Sub 105 70 175 517530 Olive Signal Replace Signal and Grade Crossing System Cables - Olive Sub 450 450 517610 Orange Track Upgrade 115 lb Rail with 136 lb Rail - Orange Subdivision 6,912 6,912 517620 Orange Structures Rehab Culvert / ROW Grading - Orange Sub 485 485 517640 Olive Comm & PTC Wayside Comm & CIS Rehab - Orange/Olive Sub 300 300 517710 River*Track Tie Rehabilitation - River Sub (East Bank)943 393 220 286 143 1,913 3,899 517711 River Track Replace Turnouts - River Subdivision 475 198 111 144 72 1,000 517730 River Signal Replace Batteries, Gate Mechanisms & Install Gate Savers - River 119 50 28 36 18 250 517731 East Bank Signal Rehab Power Switch Machines and Cables - River (East Bank)74 31 17 22 11 344 500 517740 East Bank Comm & PTC Wayside Comm & CIS Rehab - River (East Bank)18 8 4 6 3 85 123 517940 PVL Comm & PTC Wayside Comm & CIS Rehab - PVL 125 125 591705 Systemwide Vehicles CMF Material Handling Equipment 192 80 45 58 29 405 591706 Systemwide Vehicles 3 Hy-Rail MOW Trucks, 2 Bridge & Building Trucks and 1 MOW Gang Truck 318 133 74 97 48 670 591707 Systemwide Communication Rehabilitate Systemwide Network Infrastructure 116 48 27 35 18 245 591709 Systemwide Rolling Stock Sentinel LED Lighting Replacement 220 92 51 67 33 464 TOTAL 14,672 19,761 3,118 4,853 4,215 4,734 1,151 52,504 63 NEW CAPITAL PROJECT BALANCES CARRIED INTO FISCAL YEAR 2018 Subdivision Category Projects Total Metro OCTA RCTC SBCTA VCTC Lease\ Other State San Gabriel Track 860892, 417002 2,725 1,425 1,300 San Gabriel Track 860885 2,100 334 100 1,666 San Gabriel Track 860893, 417003 3,076 1,776 1,300 Valley Structures 414002 670 369 301 Valley Structures 409006 1,325 1,325 Valley Track 417004 5,110 2,555 2,555 Systemwide IT TVM Project 30,488 12,985 6,857 4,822 4,024 1,800 Systemwide Rolling Stock 604001, 608004 4,881 4,096 785 Systemwide Rolling Stock Tier 4 Projects 204,368 4,329 479 24 247 109,100 90,189 Systemwide Other Project Studies FY 15-16, 860900 for MTA 520 250 198 72 Systemwide Other Project Studies FY 16-17, Reprogrammed to 517020 for LACMTA ($475K) 1275 593 257 144 187 94 Systemwide Security 416001, 416002 2,150 2,150 Systemwide Security 417001 5,700 5,700 TOTALS 264,388 28,378 7,791 4,966 5,354 2,213 109,200 106,486 Attachment P 64 k Riverside County Transportation Commission 2015/16 Operating Budget 2017/18 Operating Budget •Operating budget $243 million •Average daily ridership 42,000 (no change) •Revenue projections flat to FY17 •No fare increase •No service changes •RCTC Operating Subsidy $17.6 million, up $0.3 million or 2.3 percent (Annual LTF Funding $12.9 million –Using Reserves) Recap 2016/17 Service •First Full Year 91/Perris Valley Line –Extension of six existing 91 Line trains to Perris South –Four new stations •Riverside Hunter Park/UCR •Moreno Valley/March Field •Perris -Downtown •Perris –South –Addition of six new bounce back trains Perris to Riverside to make 12 trips for that section. –Marketing •Promotional Fares Discount •Youth and Senior Excursions •UCR/Community Events –Ridership Growth Metrolink Highlights •Special Train Services –Friday night IEOC Angels Trains –Festival of Lights –Rams Train •Tier IV Locomotives •Mobile Ticketing •New Transit Connections •Rail Safety Campaign RCTC Impact •Budget proposes $17.6 million to Metrolink for operations including PVL •Continue Capital Investment $3.6 million in the Metrolink network •Unique to Riverside,RCTC subsidizes the nine Riverside County Stations at approximately $7.3 million a year •Operating Funding is limited -utilizing reserves 5 I i r �1 r •I �i -7,-:-1- ••• a . 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