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					AGENDA ITEM 5 - Transportation 2030 Plan – Calls to Action Work Plan (Revised 8/30/06)                                                                Page 1 of 19

       Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                           Lead Role –
         Calls to Action                         Work Completed                          Work Underway                             New Initiatives                   Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                        MTC

POTHOLES AHEAD – MORE LOCAL ROAD DOLLARS NEEDED
1) Strengthen Proposition 42  For the second year in a row, the  MTC has endorsed Proposition                            Proposition 1A on the November           Partnership/
    Limit suspension of gasoline tax       FY 2006-07 state budget fully            1A on November 2006 ballot              ballot eliminates the suspension         Leg
    revenue to transportation to pay       funds Proposition 42, providing          that would only permit two loans        provision in Proposition 42,             Committee
    for other needs                        $1.4 billion statewide.                  in a 10-year period and require         replacing it with a provision that
                                                                                    that any loan be repaid with            allows for two loans in any 10-year
                                                                                    interest within three years. MTC        period that must be repaid, with
                                                                                    will work to educate people             interest, within three years. No
                                                                                    about the benefits of Proposition       second loan is permitted until the
                                                                                    1A.                                     first loan is repaid.
2) Condition Maintenance                  LS&R Committee proposed new             LS&R Committee is finalizing a         Proposition 1B on the November           PTAC/
   Funds                                   allocation formula based on              Local Streets & Roads Strategic         ballot would authorize $20 billion       Leg & P&A
   Devise distribution formula that        population, mileage, arterial-           Plan to identify initiatives to         in general obligation bonds to be        Committee
   rewards cities and counties that        collector shortfall. Includes            address ways to generate                reissued for a variety of
   are putting more local                  performance-based, off-the-top           revenues to meet transportation         transportation needs statewide.
   resources into roadway                  incentive for local jurisdictions.       needs. The Strategic Plan will          MTC would likely receive at least
   networks and have made use of           This formula was included in 3rd         be completed by fall 2006. The          $1.3 billion for public transit, $375
   efficiency measures                     Cycle STP/CMAQ program.                  Strategic Plan identifies 8             million for local street and road
                                                                                    actions, which are listed below         repairs and $348 million for the
                                                                                    in order of priority:                   STIP. In addition, the region could
                                                                                    1) Full implementation of               win another $2.2-$2.5 billion from
                                                                                         Proposition 42                     competitive grant programs.
                                                                                    2) Increase/index gas tax              Proposed Regional Road User Fee:
                                                                                    3) Condition maintenance                MTC will seek a sponsor for
                                                                                         funds                              legislation to modify current law to
                                                                                    4) Enact vehicle registration           allow the voters to impose — with
                                                                                         surcharge                          a simple majority approval —
                                                                                    5) Pursue local bond measures           a regional road user fee that would
                                                                                    6) Pursue local sales tax               be levied on gasoline within the
                                                                                         measures                           nine counties. Eligible
                                                                                    7) Establish business                   expenditures would be required to
                                                                                         improvement districts              pass the legal “nexus” test required
                                                                                         (BIDs)                             for fees.
                                                                                    8) Enact citywide assessment
                                                                                         districts
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       Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                            Lead Role –
         Calls to Action                         Work Completed                           Work Underway                            New Initiatives                    Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                         MTC
3) Devote More Local Sales Tax            Seven of nine counties now have          Napa and Solano county sales         SB 161(Simitian) and AB 2444              CMAs/
   Revenues to Road                        county transportation sales tax           tax measures were defeated on         (Klehs) are currently under               Planning
   Maintenance                             measures.                                 the June 2006 ballot.                 consideration in Sacramento. SB           Committee
   Counties should increase share                                                                                          1611 would authorize CMAs
   of sales tax to address                                                                                                 statewide to place a $25 vehicle
   maintenance shortfalls                                                                                                  registration fee on the ballot for
                                                                                                                           transportation improvements. AB
4) Self-Help for Every County             None to date.                            See New Initiatives.                  2444 would authorize CMAs in the          CMAs/
   Cities/counties should look for                                                                                         Bay Area to impose – without an           Leg & P&A
   voter approval of user charges                                                                                          electoral vote – a fee up to $10,         Committee
   (vehicle license fees and fuel                                                                                          split 50/50 between transportation
   taxes) to pay for potholes                                                                                              and environmental (water and air
                                                                                                                           quality) purposes. Both bills
                                                                                                                           appear to make road repairs an
                                                                                                                           eligible expense.


KEEPING TRAINS AND BUSES HUMMING
1) Condition Capital   10% of FTA Section 5307 formula                                                                   Regional Transit Capital                  Partnership
   Replacement Funds                       funds and 80% of surplus FTA                                                    Inventory: MTC and transit                Transit
   Find equitable ways to                  formula funds set aside for                                                     operators are soliciting a RFP for        Finance
   condition funds so all agencies         distribution based on ridership and                                             developing an improved regional           Committee &
   take responsibility for making          revenue generation                                                              transit capital inventory and             PTAC/
   adequate investments to operate                                                                                         transparent collection process. The       P&A
   and maintain transit system                                                                                             data will be used to improve              Committee
2) Extend Useful Life and                                                                                                  MTC’s ability to forecast the need        Partnership
   Reprioritize                                                                                                            for transit capital rehabilitation and    Transit
   Extend life of bus and rail                                                                                             replacement funding in the region         Finance
   vehicles before purchasing new                                                                                          in order to optimize the useful life      Committee &
   capital assets, and fully utilize                                                                                       of the region’s transit capital           PTAC/
   maintenance/service facilities to                                                                                       assets.                                   P&A
   fix and maintain existing stock
                                                                                                                          Rail Consolidation Issues to be
                                                                                                                                                                     Committee
3) Dedicate Sales Tax Funds to            Seven of nine counties now have          Napa and Solano county sales          Addressed in Regional Rail Plan:          CMAs/
   Transit Operations and                  county transportation sales tax           tax measures were defeated on         Per Commission direction, RM-2            Planning
   Maintenance                             measures.                                 the June 2006 ballot. Both            funded Bay Area Regional Rail             Committee
   Counties should increase share                                                    counties may pursue measures in       Plan will look at institutional and
   of sales tax to fund transit                                                      the future.                           functional consolidation of existing
   operations, capital                                                                                                     and future commuter rail services
   replacement, and expansion
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       Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                             Lead Role –
         Calls to Action                         Work Completed                           Work Underway                             New Initiatives                    Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                          MTC
4) Functionally Consolidate or            In 2005, County Connection,              In 2005, the Solano                    Transit Efficiency Initiative to be      Affected
   Institutionally Merge Transit           WestCAT, Tri Delta Transit and            Transportation Authority                developed by MTC Advisory                Transit
   Operators                               LAVTA initiated the East Bay              authorized a study effort to look       Council                                  Agencies/
   Region should evaluate benefits         Suburban Bus Efficiency Study.            at transit consolidation. Initial                                                Planning
   and costs of merging transit            The study was completed in early          research efforts are underway,                                                   Committee
   agencies and consolidating              2006, and while there are no plans        and study completion is planned
   functions to improve cost-              for consolidation, the four               for late 2007.
   effectiveness and service design        operators are continuing to work         RM2 Regional Rail Plan study
                                           together on areas of mutual               will assess rail operator
                                           concern.                                  governance issues. Study to be
                                          MTC Commission workshop was               completed by July 2007.
                                           held in May 2006 to discuss transit
                                           efficiency and effectiveness.


5) Challenge BART to Go to the                                                      None to date.                                                                    BART/
   Voters – Again                                                                                                                                                     P&A
   BART may need a second bond                                                                                                                                        Committee
   measure on ballot to deal with
   its unfunded $1.3 billion capital
   replacement needs

STATE HIGHWAYS SHOWING THEIR AGE
1) Index the State Gas Tax to                                                       Included in MTC’s 2006                 Proposition 1A includes $500             Partnership/
   Inflation                                                                         Legislative Program, but little         million for SHOPP.                       Leg
   State gas tax should be indexed                                                   legislative support for this                                                     Committee
   to inflation, so gas tax would                                                    measure due to record-high
   increase in direct proportion to                                                  gasoline prices.
   the rate of inflation

2) Increase Truck Weight Fees                                                       None to date.                                                                    Partnership/
   State must evaluate existing                                                                                                                                       Leg
   truck weight fee structure and                                                                                                                                     Committee
   increase fees to reflect the true
   cost of highway repair, perhaps
   consider distance-based fees
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                          Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                        Work Completed                          Work Underway                            New Initiatives                    Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                       MTC
3) Trim the STIP to Support the         2006 STIP and SHOPP fund                MTC supports Proposition 1A                                                     Caltrans/
   SHOPP                                 estimates approved by CTC in             which would help ensure a stable                                                P&A
   Divert more dollars to state          September 2005.                          source of funding for the STIP                                                  Committee
   highway maintenance needs,
                                        With increasing demand on state          from Proposition 42.
   leaving less for new road and
                                         highway operations, system
   transit projects
                                         management, and maintenance
                                         needs, State Highway Account
                                         now only supports the SHOPP,
                                         rather than both the SHOPP and
                                         STIP.
                                        2006 STIP will be completely
                                         dependent on Proposition 42.

SQUEEZING BETTER MILEAGE FROM THE EXISTING NETWORK
1) Increase Vehicle Registration  In 2005, Governor vetoed county                                                      Proposed Regional Road User Fee:         MTC &
   Fee for Incident Management           vehicle registration fee measures.                                              MTC will seek a sponsor for              CMAs/
   Double vehicle registration fee                                                                                       legislation to modify current law to     Leg
   to $2 to provide additional                                                                                           allow the voters to impose — with        Committee
   dedicated funding for incident                                                                                        a simple majority approval —
   management                                                                                                            a regional road user fee that would
2) Give Bay Area Freeways a             Regional funds dedicated to CCTV        Freeway Management System              be levied on gasoline within the         MTC &
   High-Tech Edge                        upgrades for first two years             Working Group to prioritize            nine counties. Eligible                  Caltrans/
   Devote State Highway Account                                                                                                                                   Operations
                                        In December, State committed to          projects to be funded through          expenditures would be required to
   funds to real-time information                                                 State commitment and to review         pass the legal “nexus” test required     Committee
                                         provide $40 million a year for
   on traffic conditions and                                                      priorities with the CMAs               for fees.
                                         system to improve incident
   another incident response
                                         detection and response                   Executive Directors.                  SB 161(Simitian) and AB 2444
3) Implement Freeway Metering           Implemented metering at Route           Ramp metering implementation           (Klehs) are currently under              Caltrans, MTC
   Lights                                237/I-880 interchange as well as         for San Mateo US 101 planned           consideration in Sacramento. SB          & local
   Implement ramp metering to            on eastbound Alameda I-580 in            to start in 2006/07                    1611 would authorize CMAs                jurisdictions/
   reduce freeway congestion             June 2003                                                                       statewide to place a $25 vehicle         Operations
                                                                                                                         registration fee on the ballot for       Committee
                                        Studies completed on US 101 in
                                                                                                                         transportation improvements. AB
                                         southern San Mateo
                                                                                                                         2444 would authorize CMAs in the
4) Improve Arterial Operations          MTC commits to 3 more years of          Develop long-term funding plan         Bay Area to impose – without a           Partnership/
   Provide funding to better             regional funding with program            for arterial operations with           vote of the people – a fee up to         Operations
   operate and manage arterials          sunsetting in FY 2006-07.                CMAs and local agencies                $10, split 50/50 between                 Committee
   (e.g., signal timing)
                                        MTC secured $2.17 million in            Smart Corridors Task Force             transportation and environmental
                                         CMAQ funds from Clean Air in             developing long term funding           (water and air quality) purposes.
                                         Motion (CAM) Program to sustain          proposal for next RTP update           Both bills appear to make road
                                         program at reduced level through                                                repairs an eligible expense.
                                         FY 2007-08.
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                      Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                       Work Completed                         Work Underway                           New Initiatives                   Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                   MTC
5) Clear Incidents Quickly             In early 2006, MTC and CHP             Demonstration Project for            Regional Freeway Performance            CHP &
   Have all first responders able       finished plan to develop Regional       Gateway underway in Napa,             Program: As part of its new             Caltrans/
   to communicate with each other       Communications Gateway.                 Sonoma, and Marin, scheduled          Strategic Plan, MTC and its partner     Operations
                                                                                for activation in February 2007       agencies to develop a                   Committee
                                                                                                                      comprehensive strategic plan to
                                                                                                                      guide decisions for “next
                                                                                                                      generation” of freeway investment
                                                                                                                      for operational & capacity
                                                                                                                      improvements
                                                                                                                     I-80 Pilot Ramp Metering
                                                                                                                      Program: MTC, Alameda and
                                                                                                                      Contra Costa CMAs, and Caltrans
                                                                                                                      to develop a ramp metering pilot
                                                                                                                      program on I-80.
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                           Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                      Work Completed                             Work Underway                              New Initiatives                  Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                       MTC

CLEAN AIR IN MOTION
1) Spare the Air!                     Air District adopted the 2005              MTC continues to program                Federal 8-Hour Ozone Attainment:        Partnership
2) Scrap Oldest, Most Polluting        Ozone Strategy in January 2005 to           $1million per year in CMAQ               Air District, MTC, and ABAG will        (Air District &
   Cars                                address the state ozone standards.          funds to the Air District’s Spare        jointly develop plans to                transit
3) Reduce Particulate Matter                                                                                                                                        operators)/
                                      Commission approved $20 million             the Air Campaign, which is               demonstrate region’s attainment of
   from Buses/Heavy Duty                                                           being implemented.                       the federal 8-hour ozone standard.      Planning
                                       Clean Air in Motion Program in
                                                                                                                                                                    Committee
   Vehicles
                                       February 2005. CAM funded the              Air District’s vehicle-buy back         2005 Ozone Strategy: Air District,
4) Retrofit 1980-1994
                                       2005 Spare the Air/Free Morning             program is being implemented,            MTC, and ABAG will jointly work
   Automobiles
                                       Commute Program and provided                nearly 8,000 cars will be                to implement control strategies,
                                       supplemental funding to the Air             scrapped by summer 2007.                 specifically TCMs, to comply with
                                       District’s vehicle buy-back                MTC and Air District currently           the state 8-hour ozone planning
                                       program and solid waste collection          implementing $17 million urban           requirements.
                                       vehicle retrofit program                    bus retrofit program.
                                      Air District’s solid waste collection      MTC and bus operators are
                                       vehicle retrofit program was                implementing CARB’s new
                                       completed in spring 2006. 218               provisions for meeting emission
                                       NOx/PM devices were installed in            standards for transit buses.
                                       17 refuse collection fleets.
                                                                                  The automobile retrofit program
                                      MTC, Air District, and transit              to funded under CAM was not
                                       operators successfully                      eligible for CMAQ funds per
                                       implemented the 2005 Spare the              Caltrans; therefore, MTC and
                                       Air/Free Morning Commute                    Air District has pursued a joint
                                       Campaign and 2006 Spare the                 program with the Port of
                                       Air/Free Transit Campaign.                  Oakland to install LNG fueling
                                                                                   stations and to retrofit heavy-
                                                                                   duty trucks operating at the port,
                                                                                   as well as with SFO to purchase
                                                                                   shuttle buses. Both projects are
                                                                                   expected to be implemented by
                                                                                   winter 2008.
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                            Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                         Work Completed                           Work Underway                              New Initiatives                  Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                        MTC

BROADENING ACCESS TO MOBILITY
1) Remove state-imposed  SB 20 (Escutia) was signed into                                                                   Pilot Program to Test Benefits of       Partnership/
    barriers to coordinated               law in September 2005. The law                                                     Allowing Transit Access to Non-         Leg, P&A and
    programs                              expands the Low-Cost Auto                                                          Emergency Medical Services:             Planning
    Remove barriers – insurance           Insurance Program from only                                                        MTC will support efforts to             Committees
    for low-income persons and            serving San Francisco City and                                                     develop and implement a pilot
    transportation providers,             County to also include Alameda,                                                    program to test the benefits of
    state/federal funding                 Contra Costa, San Mateo, and                                                       allowing transit access to non-
    restrictions, lack of available       Santa Clara Counties. The                                                          emergency medical services as an
    data on social service agencies       program will remain in effect until                                                allowable expense under the
    expenditures                          2011, unless extended by future                                                    federal Medicaid program (known
                                          legislation.                                                                       as Medi-Cal in California). Several
2) Loosen Medicaid Restrictions                                                    See New Initiatives.                     states have experienced substantial     Partnership/
   Allow Medicaid to pay for non-                                                                                            savings in reduced medical              Leg, P&A and
   emergency medical trips                                                                                                   transportation costs by allowing        Planning
                                                                                                                             Medicaid to be used for bus passes,     Committees
                                                                                                                             including Connecticut, Florida,
3) Enhance Local Demographic                                                       MTC is preparing a report that           New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode           Transit
   Information                                                                      will profile demographic                 Island, Washington and Utah.            Operators/
   Improve ways to collect,                                                         information and travel                  As required by SAFETEA, MTC is          Planning
   compile and disseminate basic                                                    characteristics for Bay Area             preparing a Coordinated Public          Committee
   demographic and travel data of                                                   seniors, youth, disabled and low-        Transit Human Services
   various population groups                                                        income residents. Report outline         Transportation Plan to address the
                                                                                    to be completed by February              public transportation needs of low-
                                                                                    2006.                                    income, older adults, and people
                                                                                   MTC is amending SRTP                     with disabilities.
                                                                                    guidelines to include standards         EDAC Review of TLC/HIP: Seek
                                                                                    for operators to collect                 EDAC guidance on specific
                                                                                    demographic information.                 barriers to be examined further
                                                                                   MTC is funding a regionwide              through TLC/HIP design review
                                                                                    transit passenger demographics          Regional Pedestrian Districts:
                                                                                    survey to be conducted in                MTC’s FY 2006/07 budget
                                                                                    fall/winter 2006.                        includes training funding to
4) Fine-tune TLC and HIP                 TLC/HIP guidelines revised to            Evaluate access as part of station       implement recommendations from          Partnership
   Encourage grant applications           recognize the importance of               area planning grants                     MTC’s Regional Pedestrian               (local
   to address specific mobility                                                                                              Districts planning effort               agencies)/
                                          accessibility                            New TLC capital projects to be
   barriers
                                         New TLC projects programmed               programmed to be programmed             Taxi Services: Marin County to          P&A and
                                                                                                                             follow-up planning study and pilot      Planning
                                          fall 2004. New HIP projects               in October 2006
                                                                                                                             program to test innovative use of       Committees
                                          programmed summer 2005.
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                        Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                        Work Completed                             Work Underway                        New Initiatives                   Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                     MTC
5) Think Beyond the Bike                Station Area Plan Program                  Review Station Area Planning       taxi services                           CMAs & local
   Make paths of travel to fixed-        guidelines and Regional Bike and            efforts with local jurisdictions                                           jurisdictions/
   route transit accessible and          Pedestrian Program criteria reflect         and CMAs to ensure the plans                                               Planning
   usable by older pedestrians and       importance of accessibility.                include pedestrian-oriented                                                Committee
   persons using wheelchairs and         Station Area Plan Program                   design standards
   other mobility devices                guidelines require development of
                                         pedestrian-oriented design
                                         standards and policies, which
                                         would address accessible paths of
                                         travel
                                        Regional Pedestrian Districts
                                         planning effort focuses on
                                         pedestrian access to transit and will
                                         reflect importance of accessibility
6) Identify Strategies for              Taxi symposium in May 2005                                                                                             CMAs, transit
   Enhanced Use of Taxi                                                                                                                                         operators, taxi
                                        Marin County stakeholder meeting
                                                                                                                                                                operators &
                                                                                                                                                                local
                                                                                                                                                                jurisdictions/
                                                                                                                                                                Planning
                                                                                                                                                                Committee
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                         Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                        Work Completed                         Work Underway                             New Initiatives                   Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                     MTC

PROVIDING A TRANSPORTATION LIFELINE
1) Finish What’s Been Started  8 CBTPs completed covering 10                   8 additional CBTPs underway            Community-Based Transportation           CMAs &
    Complete all 25 Community-                                                                                                                                    transit
                                         communities                            Seek additional funding for             Plans: MTC FY 2006-07 budget
    Based Transportation Plans                                                                                                                                    operators/
                                        Leadership transitioned to CMAs         projects identified in CBTPs            funds remaining 7 of original 25
    (CBTPs)                                                                                                              committed CBTPs by 2007. MTC             Planning
                                                                                                                         also plans to prepare plans for the      Committee
2) Target New Lifeline Funding          Lifeline transitioned to CMAs.         Once funds are allocated, CMAs          remaining 19 communities using           CMAs/
   Craft a proposal to direct new        CMAs to program new Lifeline            will be encouraged to monitor           STA population funds, which has          P&A and
   lifeline funding and increase         funds beginning in 2006.                and oversee projects.                   not yet been programmed.                 Planning
   funding to Lifeline-related
                                        $18.2 million in new lifeline                                                  Access to Autos Initiative: MTC
                                                                                                                                                                  Committees
   projects
                                         “bridge” funding through FY                                                     has held meetings with the
                                         2007-08 allocated through CMAs                                                  National Economic Development
                                        7 of 9 counties issued calls for                                                and Law Center (NEDLC) and
                                         projects in spring 2006.                                                        Contra Costa Employment &
                                         Recommended projects were                                                       Human Resources Agency to
                                         submitted to MTC in July 2006.                                                  discuss successful auto loan
                                                                                                                         programs and to begin to identify
3) Put Local Dollars to Work            Completed CBTPs identify needs         Leverage funds in existing sales
                                                                                                                         best practices for auto loan
                                                                                                                                                                  CMAs &
   Ensure that strategies to                                                     tax measures and encourage new                                                   transit
   address needs are included in                                                                                         programs. Additional research to         operators/
                                                                                 measures to set aside funding for
   local sales tax programs and                                                                                          be completed may result in               Planning
                                                                                 CBTP recommendations
   other efforts                                                                                                         strategies to improve access to          Committees
                                                                                                                         autos and possibly a pilot access to
4) Identify Strategies to Increase      CBTP transportation solutions                                                   autos program.
                                                                                                                                                                   CMAs/
   Access to Autos                       include auto-oriented strategies                                                                                         Planning
                                                                                                                                                                  Committee
                                        MTC supported SB 20 as
                                         amended; bill extended
                                         California’s pilot Low-Cost Auto
                                         Insurance Program to additional
                                         counties in the Bay Area
5) Make the Land Use-                   TOD policy includes incentive for      Ensure that local agencies adopt                                                 CMAs, local
   Connection                            “below-market” housing (50%             local area plans that include                                                    jurisdictions &
   Link affordable housing to            bonus toward corridor threshold)        policies for low-income housing,                                                 transit
   transit                                                                                                                                                        operators/
                                        HIP call for projects included          as required by TOD policy
                                                                                                                                                                  Planning
                                         affordable housing incentives;         Monitor county HIP programs
                                                                                                                                                                  Committee
                                         TLC criteria include projects           with respect to incentives
                                         located in community of concern
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                        Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                      Work Completed                        Work Underway   New Initiatives               Partnership/
                                                                                                                                     MTC
6) Make a Federal Case                SAFETEA increased funding                                                                Local
   Advocate for increased JARC         levels and made JARC formula-                                                            jurisdictions &
   funding                             based                                                                                    social service
                                                                                                                                agencies/
                                      $6.6 million in JARC funds are
                                                                                                                                Leg
                                       incorporated into Lifeline Program,
                                                                                                                                Committee
                                       which leverages the other $11.6
                                       million in other federal and state
                                       funds to provide the $18.2 million
                                       in new lifeline “bridge” funding
                                       through FY 2007-08 allocated
                                       through CMAs
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       Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                         Lead Role –
         Calls to Action                        Work Completed                             Work Underway                             New Initiatives               Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                      MTC

WALK & ROLL
1) Address Non-Motorized                 In 2005 Governor vetoed SB 523             MTC and partners developing a          Regional Bicycle Plan Update:       CMAs &
   Transportation Needs                   that removes a provision in the             routine accommodation checklist         MTC to update Regional Bicycle      Caltrans/
   Monitor routine                        statute that will reduce annual state       that will be required for all           Plan in 2006-2007.                  Planning and
   accommodation of non-                                                                                                                                          P&A
                                          funding in the Bicycle                      projects seeking regional              Routine Accommodations: MTC
   motorized transportation needs         Transportation Account from $7.5            funding. To be completed by                                                 Committees
                                                                                                                              will coordinate implementation of
   in programming processes               million to $5 million in July 2006.         January 2007.                           other routine accommodation
                                         In 2004 TIP and RTIP web-based             In 2006-2007, MTC will fund             policies with Caltrans and the
                                          application includes checklist to           training for local planners and         CMAs.
                                          screen for routine accommodation.           engineers on bicycle- and
                                         MTC Resolution No. 3765                     pedestrian-friendly design and/or
                                          establishes processes for routine           safety.
                                          accommodations of bicycle and
                                          pedestrian facilities into roadway
                                          & transit projects
2) Support Safe Routes to School         SAFETEA includes additional                MTC involved with Strategic                                                 CMAs/
   Programs                               funding for Safe Routes to School           Highway Safety Program will                                                 Leg and
                                                                                                                                                                  Planning
                                         MTC assisted TALC/EBBC to                   determine future funding level
                                                                                      for California’s Safe Routes to                                             Committees
                                          implement $20 million RM2 Safe
                                          Routes to Transit                           Schools.
3) Develop More Comprehensive            MTC SafetyTAP program                      California Pedestrian Committee                                             Partnership/
   Data on the Amount of                  reviewed data collection and                reviewing Statewide Integrated                                              Planning
   Walking and Bicycling                  analysis by select jurisdictions            Traffic Records System                                                      Committee
   Identify pedestrian and
                                         Collision Analysis Task Force               (SWITRS) reporting procedures
   bicycling activity by geographic
                                          developed a handbook, available            MTC assisting Caltrans to
   locale to better target
                                          on MTC website                              deploy the FHWA-required
   investments
                                                                                      Pedestrian Safety Action Plan,
                                                                                      which involves training courses
                                                                                      to reduce pedestrian injuries and
                                                                                      fatalities
4) Support Walk- and Bike-               Most new sales tax measures in             Napa and Solano county sales                                                CMAs/
   friendly Transportation Sales          2004 included higher levels for             tax measures were defeated on                                               Planning
   Tax Measures                           bike/pedestrian projects                    the June 2006 ballot. Both                                                  Committee
                                                                                      counties may pursue measures in
                                                                                      the future.
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                       Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                       Work Completed                           Work Underway                             New Initiatives                Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                   MTC
5) Give Bicyclists a Little “TLC”                                                County TLC programs are being                                                CMAs/
                                                                                  administered by the CMAs.                                                    Planning
                                                                                  Pedestrian and bicycle access is                                             Committee
                                                                                  a key element of TLC eligible
                                                                                  projects.

A SEAMLESS TRANSIT TRIP
1) Fully Implement the                 Phase 1 completed.                       TransLink® will be fully               Transit Connectivity Plan: Transit   TransLink®
    TransLink® System                                                             implemented on the AC Transit           operators will implement “hub        Consortium/
                                                                                  and Golden Gate Transit and             audit” recommendations for           Operations
                                                                                  Ferry systems in fall 2006. The         wayfinding improvements. Real-       Committee
                                                                                  full public launch of TransLink®        time displays should be available
                                                                                  services on these operators will        at all identified hubs once
                                                                                  follow completion of the                architecture has been completed.
                                                                                  implementation by about two             Transit consortium will complete
                                                                                  months. The TransLink® system           RM2 funded Integrated Fare
                                                                                  will expand in phases over the          Program Study by July 1, 2007.
                                                                                  next several years to include all
                                                                                  other Bay Area transit systems.
                                                                                  BART, Muni, and Caltrain will
                                                                                  be next, with a planned
                                                                                  implementation date in 2007.

2) Establish a Regional System         RM2 Transit Connectivity Study           Conduct “hub audits” to address                                              Transit
   of Hubs and Services                 and Implementation/ Funding Plan          identified wayfinding sign                                                   operators/
                                        was completed in Spring 2006.             deficiencies                                                                 Planning
                                                                                                                                                               Committee
3) Improve Customer                    First round of RM2 real-time             Develop architecture for                                                     Transit
   Information and Assistance           transit information funding               assembling real-time transit                                                 operators/
                                        complete                                  information from operators in                                                Operations
                                                                                                                                                               Committee
                                       511 phone has real-time                   511, 511.org, and regional real-
                                        information for Muni LRT and              time signs, and expand the
                                        transfers to all Bay Area transit         number of operators with real-
                                        operators                                 time predictions on 511
                                       511.org has transit information for      Develop a personalized service
                                        all Bay Area transit operators and        for phone and web (MY 511SM)
                                        an automated, multi-operator trip         to automatically receive
                                        planner with 23 operators                 predictions on predefined trips
                                                                                  and special announcements.
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                           Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                      Work Completed                           Work Underway                  New Initiatives               Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                       MTC
4) Consolidate Transit                In 2005, County Connection,              In 2005, the Solano                                              Affected
   Operations                          WestCAT, Tri Delta Transit and            Transportation Authority                                         transit
                                       LAVTA initiated the East Bay              authorized a study effort to look                                agencies/
                                       Suburban Bus Efficiency Study.            at transit consolidation. Initial                                Planning
                                       The study was completed in early          research efforts are underway,                                   Committee
                                       2006, and while there are no plans        and study completion is planned
                                       for consolidation, the four               for late 2007.
                                       operators are continuing to work         RM2 Regional Rail Plan study
                                       together on areas of mutual               will assess rail operator
                                       concern.                                  governance issues. Study to be
                                      MTC Commission workshop was               completed by July 2007.
                                       held in May 2006 to discuss transit
                                       efficiency and effectiveness.
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       Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                          Lead Role –
         Calls to Action                          Work Completed                          Work Underway                             New Initiatives                 Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                       MTC

ENHANCING LIVABILITY BY CONNECTING TRANSPORTATION AND LAND USE
1) Condition Transit Funds on  TOD study data and case studies  Continue work with transit                                JPC Consolidated Work Program          ABAG,
    Supportive Land Use                     on current and projected land uses       operators, local jurisdictions on       could be assisted by supportive        CMAs, transit
                                            around Resolution 3434 stations          station area and corridor               state legislation to (1) encourage     operators, and
                                                                                                                                                                    local agencies/
                                           TOD policy adopted summer 2005           planning                                and fund regional planning, (2)
                                                                                                                                                                    Planning
                                           Interim TOD policy evaluation           Continue evaluation of                  assist in the preparation of local
                                                                                                                             general and specific plans that are    Committee
                                            completed July 2006                      Resolution 3434 TOD Policy
                                                                                     and complete by July 2007               consistent with regional objectives,
                                                                                                                             and (3) provide incentives for
                                                                                                                             compact, infill, transit-oriented
2) Provide More Land-Use                   TLC planning cycle in 2005              Evaluate and potentially expand
                                                                                                                             development of the type identified
                                                                                                                                                                    ABAG,
                                                                                                                                                                    CMAs, transit
   Planning Funds to Partners
                                           $2.8 million pilot Station Area          future Station Planning program
                                                                                                                             in the Smart Growth Vision.            operators, and
                                            Plan funding program launched in        Evaluate first four years of
                                                                                                                            TOD tours and trainings for local      local agencies/
                                            summer 2005 for select Resolution        T-PLUS program; consider
                                                                                                                             government staff                       Planning
                                            3434 projects                            renewal and/or redefine work
                                           T-PLUS funding to CMAs                   plan for FY 2007-08 and beyond         Focusing Our Vision Project:           Committee
                                                                                                                             MTC, ABAG, Air District, and
                                            renewed for FY 2006-07
                                                                                                                             CMAs to coordinate on
3) Develop Joint Planning                                                           ABAG coordinating planning              “Blueprint” project to implement
                                                                                                                                                                    JPC, MCOG,
   Projects with Regional                                                            with Lake/Mendocino and San                                                    SJCOG,
                                                                                                                             Regional Smart Growth Vision
   Neighbors                                                                                                                                                        SACOG, and
                                                                                     Joaquin
                                                                                                                            Smart Suburbs Workshops: Hold          affected
                                                                                    Caltrans inter-regional study to        workshop and tour on smart suburb      CMAs/
                                                                                     look at southern (SR 156)               concept in 2006                        Planning
                                                                                     gateway
                                                                                                                            County TLC Programs: Partner           Committee
                                                                                    MTC, ABAG, STA and                      with CMAs to develop county-
                                                                                     SACOG’s I-80 study underway             level TLC programs partly aimed
                                                                                     to coordinate inter-regional            at smaller suburban communities
                                                                                     smart growth efforts and assist         off major transit corridors.
                                                                                     STA and SACOG with inter-
                                                                                                                            Proposition 1C is a $2.8 billion
                                                                                     regional travel forecast effort
                                                                                                                             bond focused on affordable
4) Create Smarter Suburbs                  Tour of Hercules to highlight           Several CMAs using T-PLUS               housing that includes $850 million     JPC.ABAG/
                                            “smart suburbs” concept February         program to look at land use             for regional planning, housing and     Planning
“Smarter Suburbs” refer to                  2006                                     beyond Resolution 3434                  infill incentives and $300 million     Committee
suburban development patterns that                                                   extension corridors                     for a Transit Oriented
are more compact, walkable, and
                                                                                    Several Station Area Planning           Development (TOD)
where retail, schools, jobs and other
                                                                                     grants awarded for “smart               Implementation Program.
services are easily accessibly by
                                                                                     suburb” concept
pedestrians/bicyclists from
surrounding neighborhoods.                                                          In January 2006, MTC initiated
                                                                                     a study of parking policies to
                                                                                     support smart growth.
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                           Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                      Work Completed                            Work Underway                  New Initiatives               Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                       MTC
5) Evaluate Progress and              JPC has approved a Consolidated           ABAG/MTC agreement with                                          JPC, ABAG/
   Performance                         Work Program to Implement and              federal agencies to monitor                                      Planning
                                       Refine the Bay Area's Smart                program toward achieving                                         Committee
                                       Growth Vision.                             Projections 2007 policy forecasts
                                      MTC has finalized research on             MTC secured Caltrans planning
                                       travel patterns of persons living in       grant to conduct further research
                                       near transit in Bay Area. To be            on travel behavior of TOD
                                       released October 2006.                     residents and develop better
                                                                                  information on why people
                                                                                  choose to live in TODs
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                           Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                       Work Completed                             Work Underway                               New Initiatives                Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                       MTC

GETTING THERE SAFE AND SOUND
1) Complete Seismic Retrofit of  Toll bridge seismic retrofit                     Assess seismic needs for                 Emergency Response: Build the         Caltrans/
    Key Transportation Facilities       complete for San Mateo-Hayward,             Dumbarton and Antioch toll                capability of the region’s            BATA & Leg
                                        Richmond-San Rafael, and                    bridges                                   transportation community to           Committee
                                        Benicia-Martinez toll bridges.             Approximately 70 local bridges            mobilize its emergency response in
                                       AB 144 establishes financial plan           identified as needing repairs.            the aftermath of any disaster.
                                        for Bay Bridge East Span seismic            All local bridge seismic needs            MTC and its partner agencies will
                                        project and transfers financial and         expected to be met by end of              look for opportunities in the
                                        oversight of state toll bridge              2008                                      legislative arena to help with
                                                                                                                              emergency planning.
                                        seismic program to BATA                    Implement AB 144, including
                                       BART seismic bond approved by               administration, contracting and          BART Seismic Funding: Secure
                                        voters                                      financial transitions                     additional funding for BART
                                                                                                                              system seismic retrofit
2) New Vehicle Registration Fee        County vehicle reg. fees failed                                                                                             Partnership/
   for Safety and Security                                                                                                   DHS Golden Guardian Exercise:         Leg
                                                                                                                              Transportation Response &             Committee
3) Analyze Traffic Collision           Included in State of System but no         Develop a strategy and identify           Recovery to be a major element in     Caltrans, CHP
   Data                                 regionwide, systematic approach             funding for regional collision            annual functional exercise required   and local
                                                                                                                              by the Department of Homeland         jurisdictions/
                                       MTC Task Force developing                   analysis
                                                                                                                              Security (DHS).                       BATA and
                                        guidelines for local jurisdictions to
                                        conduct collision analysis                                                           FY 2007 – FY 2008 FTA Formula         Operations
                                                                                                                              Funds programmed for top priority     Committee
4) Coordinate Security Efforts         FTA security assessments                   Annual transit operator security          projects outlined in Regional         California
                                        complete                                    training (ongoing)                        Transit Security Strategy (RTSS).     OHS & transit
                                                                                   Integrate regional transit security      FY 2006 Transit Security Grant        operators/
                                                                                                                              Program (TSGP) increased funding      Leg, Planning
                                                                                    with overall urban security
                                                                                                                              levels using a risk-based approach    and Operations
                                                                                    strategy
                                                                                                                                                                    Committees
                                                                                   Continue to advocate for more             focusing resources on high risk and
                                                                                    funding and prioritize funding            high consequence transit system.
                                                                                    by need instead of formula
5) Increase Federal Homeland           MTC’s 2006 Report to Congress              MTC working with Department                                                     California
   Security Funding for                 highlighted nine policy principles          of Homeland Security and local                                                  OHS & transit
   Transportation                       adopted by MTC, ABAG and other              agencies to coordinate funding                                                  operators / Leg
                                        local agencies regarding                    given to Bay Area operators                                                     and Operations
                                        emergency preparedness.                     (ongoing)                                                                       Committee
                                       Advocated for federal funding for          Continue to advocate for more
                                        transit security, all-hazard plans,         funding and prioritize funding
                                        communications interoperability             by need instead of formula
                                        and priority capital investments.
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       Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                      Lead Role –
         Calls to Action                      Work Completed                              Work Underway                           New Initiatives               Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                   MTC

HOT NETWORK DELIVERS CARPOOL LANES AND CONGESTION INSURANCE
1) Try Before We Buy  Alameda County CMA, VTA,  Develop design,                                                         Regional HOT Lane Network:          CMAs &
                                        Caltrans, CHP and MTC working                communications plan, and              Develop implementation plan for     Caltrans/
                                        on I-680 Smart Carpool Lane                  concept of operations for I-680       regional HOT lane network and       Operations
                                        implementation – 2009 start-up               Smart Carpool Lane. Complete          pursue legislation needed to        Committee
                                       Alameda CMA conducting initial               environmental review.                 implement network.
                                        studies to assess feasibility in I-580      VTA to complete
                                        corridor for second authorized               implementation and
                                        demonstration project                        environmental studies for two
                                       VTA completed first phase of                 demonstration projects in Santa
                                        countywide HOT lanes –SR 85 and              Clara County
                                        US 101 selected as the two                  Regional HOT Lane Study
                                        authorized demonstration projects            underway. Oversight by MTC,
                                                                                     Caltrans, VTA, and ACCMA.
                                                                                    Refine designs for local HOT
                                                                                     lanes based on experience in
                                                                                     Minneapolis
2) Put Legislation in the Fast         SAFETEA allows for HOT lanes                                                                                           CMAs/
                                                                                                                                                               Operations
   Lane
                                       State law modified (AB 1467)
   Build support for HOT lanes                                                                                                                                 Committee
                                        allow regional transportation
   and other pricing programs,
                                        agencies to apply to the CTC to
   and seek legislation to permit
                                        develop HOT lanes. Two
   greater experimentation
                                        additional projects authorized in
                                        northern California.
3) Get a Little Help from Our                                                       Monitor state and federal                                                 CMAs/
   Friends                                                                           legislative efforts                                                       Leg
   Extensive cooperation required                                                                                                                              Committee
   from Caltrans and CHP
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                      Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                      Work Completed                           Work Underway                             New Initiatives                Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                  MTC

MTC RESOLUTION 3434: THE BAY AREA’S VISION FOR TRANSIT EXPANSION
1) Condition Transit Expansion  TOD policy adopted summer 2005  Continue to work with transit                                                               ABAG,
    Upon Appropriate Land Uses         conditions Resolution 3434                operators and local jurisdictions
                                                                                                                        Advocate for New Starts              CMAs, transit
                                                                                                                         Funds: The Commission will           operators,
                                       expansion projects on planning for        in station area planning efforts
                                                                                                                         continue to advocate for             local agencies/
                                       supportive land uses                      and corridor planning
                                                                                                                         federal New Starts funds for         Planning
                                                                                                                         the next generation of               Committee
                                                                                                                         Bay Area projects. Those two
2) Seek Robust Federal                MTC advocated, as its top priority,
                                                                                                                         new projects are a BART
                                                                                                                                                              CMAs and
   Earmarks                            the BART-to-SFO extension to                                                                                           transit
                                                                                                                         extension to Silicon Valley          operators/
                                       receive the final increment
                                                                                                                         and the San Francisco                P&A and Leg
                                       stipulated in the Full Funding
                                                                                                                         MUNI’s Central Subway.               Committees
                                       Grant Agreement (FFGA): $82
                                       million.                                                                         Advocate for Small Starts
3) Support Retention of Traffic       FY 2006-07 state budget provides         Proposition 1A on the November          Funds: As part of the April          Partnership/
   Congestion Relief Program           $678 million for the TCRP.                2006 ballot will require that           2006 Update to Resolution            Leg
   Earmarks                                                                      $752 million in outstanding             3434, the Commission                 Committee
                                                                                 TCRP obligations are fully              selected the AC Transit
                                                                                 repaid by June 30, 2016. An             Berkeley/Oakland/San
                                                                                 additional $290 million in              Leandro Bus Rapid Transit
                                                                                 outstanding loans is dependent          Project as a regional Small
                                                                                 upon repayment from tribal              Starts project. The
                                                                                 gaming revenue.                         Commission also left the door
4) Support Passage of County          Seven of nine counties have local        Napa and Solano county sales            open for another potential           Napa and
   Sales Taxes                         sales tax programs in place               tax measures were defeated on           Small Start candidate.               Solano CMAs/
                                                                                 the June 2006 ballot. Both              Advocate for Bay Area Small          Planning and
                                                                                 counties may pursue measures in         Starts candidates.                   Leg
                                                                                                                                                              Committees
                                                                                 the future; neither county has
                                                                                                                        Legislative Fixes: Various
                                                                                 Resolution 3434 project funding         legislative fixes in the works
                                                                                 needs
                                                                                                                         for TCRP – requires
5) Support the California High-                                                 CHSRA is in the process of              constitutional amendment.            BART,
   Speed Rail Initiative                                                         preparing the Bay Area to                                                    Caltrain,
                                                                                 Central Valley High Speed Train        State Infrastructure Bond:           CHSRA,
                                                                                 Program EIR/EIS. This effort is         Work with project sponsors on        transit
                                                                                 being coordinated with the RM2          leveraging potential State           agencies,
                                                                                 Regional Rail Plan and RM2              Infrastructure Bond proceeds         CMAs/
                                                                                 High-Speed Rail Ridership &             to complete project funding.         Planning
                                                                                 Revenue Forecasting Study.                                                   Committee
                                                                                Bond measure is to be placed on
                                                                                 ballot in 2008
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      Transportation 2030                                                                                                                                     Lead Role –
        Calls to Action                      Work Completed                          Work Underway                              New Initiatives               Partnership/
                                                                                                                                                                 MTC

MOVING GOODS TO MARKET
1) I-880 Corridor Improvements  ITS earmark sought for I-880/580              MTC to work with Bay Area                State Goods Movement Action         ABAG, Port of
2) Consider Options for                corridors                                Partnership and Port of Oakland           Plan: Develop state and regional    Oakland, local
   Expanding Capacity in the I-                                                                                                                               jurisdictions/
                                      I-880 interchanges included in           on project proposals for the              strategies to implement State
   580 Corridor                                                                 Trade Corridors Program portion           Goods Movement Action Plan.         Planning
                                       Projects of National/Regional
                                                                                                                                                              Committee
3) Maritime Projects
                                       Significance                             of Proposition 1B, the $20               Goods Movement Incentives:
4) Air Cargo Projects                                                           billion transportation
                                      I-880 and I-580 improvements                                                       Develop regulatory & incentives-
                                                                                infrastructure bond on the                based framework for encouraging
                                       included in State Goods Movement
                                                                                November 2006 ballot.                     local agencies to keep critical
                                       Action Plan
                                      I-580 Truck Climbing Lanes are
                                                                               CIRIS – Port of Oakland and               goods movements-supportive
                                                                                San Joaquin COG assessing                 business in the urban core.
                                       now part of the Tri Valley Transit
                                       Access to BART project included
                                                                                feasibility of short-haul rail line      I-580 Truck Toll Lanes: Assess
                                                                                between Ports of Oakland and              truck toll lanes on I-580
                                       in MTC Resolution 3434
                                                                                Stockton.
                                                                                                                         Proposition 1B: MTC working
                                                                               MTC will continue work with               with local partner agencies,
                                                                                our State West Coast Corridor             SACOG and SJCOG to develop I-
                                                                                Coalition to develop goods                80 and I-580 corridor improvement
                                                                                movement policies and programs            strategies to complete for
                                                                                in next federal transportation            November measure that provides
                                                                                bill.                                     $2 billion statewide to improve
                                                                               MTC received Caltrans grant to            trade corridors.
                                                                                assess land use impacts of goods
                                                                                movement businesses
5) Land Use                           Raised topic in land and statewide      Work with ABAG and                                                            ABAG, Port of
                                       discussions                              consultant to identify freight-                                               Oakland, local
                                                                                critical land uses that should be                                             jurisdictions/
                                                                                preserved                                                                     Planning
                                                                                                                                                              Committee
                                                                               Work with local agencies to
                                                                                coordinate truck route planning
                                                                               Assess how local ordinances
                                                                                impact night/off-peak deliveries

				
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