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.

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High Speed Rail - Riverside County

  1. 1. Riverside County High-Speed Rail Update High Speed January 29, 2010
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 8. Los Angeles County DRAFT 9/09
  9. 9. San Bernardino County y DRAFT 9/09
  10. 10. Riverside County DRAFT 9/09
  11. 11. San Diego County DRAFT 9/09
  12. 12. Southern California Inland Corridor Group ( p (MOU Partners) ) *
  13. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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