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Programming and Allocations Committee

January 9, 2013 10:00 AM

or immediately following the Administration Committee, whichever occurs later.
Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter Lawrence D. Dahms Auditorium 101 Eighth Street Oakland, California 94607
The Programming and Allocations Committee recommends allocation requests to the Commission for approval and recommends adoption of programs and changes to those programs and their projects.
This agenda was updated January 3, 2013 2:03 PM. It is accurate to the best of our knowledge at that time.
For assistance, please contact Kimberly Ward, kward@mtc.ca.gov, 510.817.5967

Chair

Federal Glover

Vice Chair

David Campos

Members

Tom Bates Dave Cortese Bill Dodd Steve Kinsey Bijan Sartipi+ Scott Wiener

Ex Officio

Adrienne Tissier*** Amy Rein-Worth***

Ad Hoc

All Other Commissioners

Staff Liaison

Alix Bockelman

1. 

Roll Call

2. 

Consent

a) 

Minutes of December 12, 2012 meeting.*

Action: Committee Approval

• 2a_Dec-2012_Mins_draft.pdf

b) 

Quarterly Report of Executive Director's Delegated Authority Actions.*

Presented by: Cheryl Chi

Action: Information

• 2b_Delegated_Authority_Quarterly_Report.pdf

c) 

Allocation of $1.3 million in RM2 funds for the I-880 North Safety Improvement Project. MTC Resolution No. 3658, Revised.*

Presented by: Kenneth Kao

Action: Commission Approval

• 2c_ACTC880_RM2_Allocation.pdf

d) 

Allocation of $2 million of bridge tolls to the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) for operations and maintenance of the Transbay Terminal Building. MTC Resolution No. 4070, Revised.*

Presented by: Cheryl Chi

Action: Commission Approval

• 2d_TJPA_Allocation.pdf

e) 

Revisions to One Bay Area Grant (OBAG) Program to include $8.4 million for projects selected by the Congestion Management Agencies. MTC Resolution No. 4035, Revised.*

Presented by: Craig Goldblatt

Action: Commission Approval

• 2e_OBAG_Project_Selections.pdf

f) 

Allocation of $5.8 million in AB1171 funds to the Solano Transportation Authority for the right-of-way phase of the I-80/680/12 Interchange project to address a cost increase in the relocation of PG&E facilities. MTC Resolution No. 3914, Revised.*

Presented by: Shruti Hari

Action: Commission Approval

• 2f__AB1171_Allocation.pdf

g) 

Allocation of $2.7 million in Two Percent Capital funds towards the construction of the SMART Initial Operating Segment. MTC Resolution Nos. 3884, Revised and 4022, Revised.*

Presented by: Shruti Hari

Action: Commission Approval

• 2g_SMART_Allocation.pdf

h) 

Approval of $5.4 million in allocation requests for Proposition 1B ? Transit Security Population-based Funds. MTC Resolution No. 3882, Revised.*

Presented by: Adam Crenshaw

Action: Commission Approval

• 2h_TransitSecurityPopFund_Allocation.pdf

3. 

Regional

a) 

a) Programming and allocation of $47.8 million in RM1 Capital funds, $13.8 million in AB1171 Capital funds, $7.3 million in Two Percent Capital funds and $500,000 in RM2 Capital funds. MTC Resolution Nos. 3684, Revised, 3914, Revised, 3915, Revised and 4022, Revised.*

  1. TJPA: $47.8 million allocation in RM1 funds to certify the upcoming Structural Steel Superstructure construction contract, as well as ancillary logistics contracts on the Transbay Terminal project. (MTC Resolution No. 3915, Revised)
  2. BART: $500,000 allocation in RM2 funds towards the design of an additional station at Railroad Avenue on the eBART project. (MTC Resolution No. 3684, Revised)
  3. BART: $8.6 million allocation in AB1171 funds towards the environmental phase of the BART to Livermore Extension project. (MTC Resolution No. 3914, Revised)
  4. SMART: Allocation of $0.75 million in AB1171 funds toward the design and programming commitment of $11.7 million (AB1171 and Two Percent Capital) for the track, station, and system costs for re-construction of the SMART track facilities between the Santa Rosa North Station and the Sonoma County Airport area. (MTC Resolution Nos. 4022, Revised and 3914, Revised)

Presented by: Shruti Hari

Action: Commission Approval

• 3a_TJPA_BART_SMART_Programming_Allocation.pdf

b) 

Allocate FY2012-13 Transportation Development Act (TDA) funds and State Transit Assistance (STA) funds to GGBHTD and FAST. MTC Resolution Nos. 4059, Revised, 4061, Revised and 4062, Revised.*

Allocation of $27 million to Golden Gate Bridge and Highway Transportation District (GGBHTD) and Fairfield and Suisun Transit (FAST) to support transit operations.

Presented by: Cheryl Chi

Action: Commission Approval

• 3b_GGBHTD-and-FAST_Allocations.pdf

4. 

Federal

a) 

FY2012-13 and FY2013-14 Transit Capital Priorities and Transit Capital Rehabilitation Policy and Programs. MTC Resolution Nos. 4035, Revised, 4072, Revised and 4084.* (Glen Tepke)

Updates the Transit Capital Priorities programming policy and programs roughly $830 million in Federal Transit Administration Sections 5307, 5309 Fixed Guideway, 5337 and 5339 funds, and Cycle 2 Surface Transportation Program funds to support transit capital replacement and rehabilitation projects, and operating costs in FY2012-13 and FY2013-14. This includes approximately $13 million to support the transition year Transit Performance Initiative projects.

Presented by: Glen Tepke

Action: Commission Approval

• 4a_TransitCapitalPriorities_TransitCapitalRehabPolicyPrograms.pdf

5. 

California Transportation Commission Update

Presented by: Alix Bockelman

Action: Information

6. 

Public Comment/Information

Next meeting

February 13, 2013 10:00 AM

Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter Lawrence D. Dahms Auditorium 101 Eighth Street Oakland, California 94607

* Attachment sent to committee members, key staff and others as appropriate. Copies will be available at the meeting.
** All items on the agenda are subject to action and/or change by the Committee. Actions recommended by staff are subject to change by the Committee.
*** MTC's chair and vice-chair are ex-officio voting members of all standing committees. A quorum of this committee shall be a majority of its regular non-ex-officio voting members (4).
Every member of the Commission who is not otherwise designated as a member of this committee is an ad hoc non-voting member. Although a quorum of the Commission may be in attendance at this meeting, the committee may take action only on those matters delegated to it. The committee may not take any action as the full Commission unless this meeting has been previously noticed as a Commission meeting.
The vote of an ex-officio member shall count to satisfy a committee quorum if there are not sufficient regular members of the Committee in attendance. In addition, an ad hoc non-voting committee member who is a voting member of the Commission may be designated by the committee chairperson as a voting member for this particular committee meeting if an additional voting member is needed for a committee quorum.
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