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High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
High Speed Rail - Riverside County
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High Speed Rail - Riverside County

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High-Speed Rail Presentation at the 2010 Riverside County Transportation Commission Workshop - January 29, 2010. RCTC member Mayor Karen Spiegel in attendance.

High-Speed Rail Presentation at the 2010 Riverside County Transportation Commission Workshop - January 29, 2010. RCTC member Mayor Karen Spiegel in attendance.

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  • 1. Riverside County High-Speed Rail Update High Speed January 29, 2010
  • 2. California’s Plan 800- 800-mile system Steel wheel on steel rail 100% clean electric l l ti power Maximum operating speed of 220 mph Dedicated track, , grade- grade-separated Safe and reliable
  • 3. Altamont Pass Merced - San Francisco - Sacramento San Jose Central Valley - San Jose Merced - Bakersfield Palmdale - Bakersfield Los Angeles - Palmdale Los Angeles - Los Angele Anaheim San Diego
  • 4. Los Angeles - Sa San Diego ego Includes Commission supported I-15 option I- 160 160+ miles Eight potential stations Strong intermodal connectivity Four counties Three Caltrans districts di t i t
  • 5. Los Angeles - San Diego Project Overview j Description 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Notice of Intent/Notice of Preparation (NOI/NOP) Scoping Process We are here Scoping Meetings Alternatives Analysis We are here Draft Project Description 15% Engineering Environmental Technical Reports Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) Selection of Preferred Alignment Alternatives and Station Locations 30% Engineering Final EIR/EIS Record of Decision/Notice of Determination (ROD/NOD)
  • 6. 2009 Business Plan • Updated Plan with more details that previous effort. • Identify organization changes • Establishes outreach program • More information on ridership and financial data than previous reports.
  • 7. Legislative Analyst Report • Improved Outreach and System Details • Inadequate and Incomplete Discussion of Risk – No risk management strategy –U k Unknown confidence i projections fid in j ti – Inadequate discussion of types of risks • Uninformative Timelines – Inconsistent order of events
  • 8. Los Angeles County DRAFT 9/09
  • 9. San Bernardino County y DRAFT 9/09
  • 10. Riverside County DRAFT 9/09
  • 11. San Diego County DRAFT 9/09
  • 12. Southern California Inland Corridor Group ( p (MOU Partners) ) *
  • 13. Local Working Group Riverside County Technical Working Group y g p Last Met in December 9, 2009 • Caltrans District 8 • County of Riverside • CHSRA • SCAG • City of Corona • SCAQMD • City of Lake Elsinore • March JPA • City of Menifee • RCTC • City of Moreno Valley • RTA • City of Murrieta • University of California, Riverside • City of Perris • WRCOG • City f Riverside Cit of Ri id • Riverside County Board of • City of San Jacinto Supervisors • City of Temecula • CVAG • City of Wildomar • Sunline • Local Tribes, Morongo, Pechanga, Soboba
  • 14. Public Scoping Meetings PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: Sept 17 – Nov 20, 2009 Sept. Nov. 20 RIVERSIDE COUNTY Monday, October 19 – Murrieta 95 Attendees Murrieta Public Library Tuesday, October 20 – Corona 45 Attendees Corona Public Library - West Room Thursday, Thursday October 22 – Riverside 53 Attendees Bobby Bonds Park Cesar Chavez Community Center Received 732 comments from Riverside County
  • 15. Scoping Comments Right-of- a Right-of-way needs Noise/vibration (adjacency impacts) Parking/localized traffic i P ki /l li d t ffi impactst Financing Station l St ti locations should provide regional ti h ld id i l multimodal connections and be located near planned smart growth areas Concerned about physical barrier created by HST, HST especially in older cities with historic districts
  • 16. Alternatives Analysis Today 12/2010 Conduct Conduct Revise Outreach Outreach Prepare Initial Prepare to Initial to PMT/ Alternatives Development Alternatives Agencies Development Agencies Authority/ Analysis of Analysis and Public of and Public FRA/AG ( ) (AA) Final Alternatives Alternatives Report Review Report AA Report OPEN Section HOUSE Make Coordination Conduct Project Prepare Draft Presentation to with SoCal ICG Alternatives Project CHSRA & TWGs Staff Workshop Description Board Ongoing Community & Agency Meetings, Outreach & Communications
  • 17. High-Speed Rail Funding • $40-$45 Billion State Program $40 $45 • State Of California – Nov 2008 Prop 1A – $9 billion for a statewide high-speed rail program – Additional $950 million for connecting services (ie. Intercity Trains, Metrolink, LA Metro, BART, etc) – Core section eligible for first round construction funding Anaheim to San Francisco only. g y – Other sections such as LA to San Diego are eligible for planning funds. - F d l F di 25 33% of C t ti C t Federal Funding 25-33% f Construction Costs $10 – 12 billion (New ARRA Program?) - Public Private Partnerships from $4.5 $4 5 – $7 billion. billi
  • 18. Federal HSR ARRA Funding • $8 Billion Available Nationally in ARRA – $50 billion in applications from 24 states • Aug 09 - California Submitted $1.1 Billion in “Tracks 1,3,4” – HSR and Intercity Service – Includes $75 million in PTC – Metrolink – $38 million triple track LA-Fullerton • Oct 09 – California Submitted $4.8 Billion “Track 2” Application for HSR – I l d d $42 5 million f LA S Di Included $42.5 illi for LA-San Diego via th i the Inland Empire route for NEPA/CEQA doc

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