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					              2009 Interim
          Federal Transportation
  Improvement Program Amendment #3,
    2007 Regional Transportation Plan
           Amendment #1 and
    Corresponding Conformity Analysis
                                  January 22, 2009




                                     5961 S Mooney Blvd
                                      Visalia, CA 93277
                                       P (559)733-6291
                                       F (559)733-6720
                                  http://www.tularecog.org




Dinuba, Exeter, Farmersville, Lindsay, Porterville, Tulare, Visalia, Woodlake, and Tulare County

                                                               Tulare County Association of Governments
                              ATTACHMENT 1

                               PROJECT LIST


1) Summary of Changes Table

2) CTIPs printout that includes project changes to the pending 2009 Interim FTIP via
   Amendment #3.
                                                                   ATTACHMENT 1
                                                                   Summary of Changes
TCAG
Amendment Type: 5
Amendment #: 3

Existing     MPO                                                                                            % Cost
or New     FTIP/RTP                                           FFY of Current FFY to be                     Increase/
Project       ID                 PROJECT TITLE                Programming Programmed     Phase Fund Source Decrease     DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
                       Ave 416 Improvements-SAFETEA-LU
Existing TUL00-106                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON   SAFETEA-LU       NA       Add $1,300,000 to FY 08/09
                                    earmark
                       Ave 416 Improvements-SAFETEA-LU                                            Local -
Existing TUL00-106                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON                    NA        Add $500,000 to FY 08/09
                                    earmark                                                      Measure
                       Expansion of Ben Maddox Bridge over
Existing TUL06-151                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON   SAFETEA-LU       NA       Add $1,600,000 to FY 08/09
                                     SR-198
                       Expansion of Ben Maddox Bridge over
Existing TUL06-151                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON    Local - City    NA       Add $3.500,000 to FY 08/09
                                     SR-198
                   Expansion of Ben Maddox Bridge over                                            Local -
Existing TUL06-151                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON                    NA       Add $2,800,000 to FY 08/09
                                  SR-198                                                         Measure
                    City of Dinuba Six (6) medium duty                                                                 Correct description eight to six,
Existing TUL06-040                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON      CMAQ          NA
                               CNG vehicles                                                                                the number is correct
                   City of Lindsay - Purchase two hybrid                                                               Change description from Vacum
Existing TUL06-025                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON      CMAQ          NA
                                  vehicles                                                                                    truck to Hybrids
                        Tulare County - Traffic Signal @ Rd
Existing TUL08-027                                                NA        FFY 11/12    CON      CMAQ          NA     Change Scope (location change)
                                 156 & Ave 296
                       Tulare County - Purchase one cleaner
  New      TUL08-032                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON      CMAQ          NA        Add $139,000 to FY 08/09
                            burning diesel bucket truck
                       Tulare County - Purchase one cleaner
  New      TUL08-032                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON   Local - County   NA        Add $39,000 to FY 08/09
                            burning diesel bucket truck
                          City of Visalia - Purchase seven
Existing TUL06-036                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON      CMAQ          NA     Reduce $139,000 from FY 08/09
                              replacement CNG buses
                                                                                                                           Delete Project - Reduce
Existing TUL06-273 City of Visalia - Operating assistance         NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5307       NA
                                                                                                                          $1,841,000 from FY 08/09
                                                                                                                           Delete Project - Reduce
Existing TUL06-273 City of Visalia - Operating assistance         NA        FFY 08/09    CON    Local - City    NA
                                                                                                                          $3,096,000 from FY 08/09
                                                                     ATTACHMENT 1
                                                                     Summary of Changes
Existing     MPO                                                                                              % Cost
or New     FTIP/RTP                                             FFY of Current FFY to be                     Increase/
Project       ID                PROJECT TITLE                   Programming Programmed     Phase Fund Source Decrease     DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
                       City of Visalia - Purchase fifteen bus                                                            Delete Project - Reduce $54,000
Existing TUL06-274                                                  NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5307       NA
                                       shelters                                                                                   from FY 08/09
                       City of Visalia - Purchase fifteen bus                                                            Delete Project - Reduce $14,000
Existing TUL06-274                                                  NA        FFY 08/09    CON    Local - City    NA
                                       shelters                                                                                   from FY 08/09
                        City of Visalia - Purchase two CNG                                                               Delete Project - Reduce $57,000
Existing TUL07-250                                                  NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5307       NA
                             Bus engine replacements                                                                              from FY 08/09
                        City of Visalia - Purchase two CNG                                        Local - City           Delete Project - Reduce $14,000
Existing TUL07-250                                                  NA        FFY 08/09    CON                    NA
                             Bus engine replacements                                                 LTF                          from FY 08/09
                                                                                                                            Carryover from 2006 Add
 New       TUL06-205 City of Dinuba - Operating assistance          NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5311       NA
                                                                                                                               $92,000 FY 08/09
                                                                                                                            Carryover from 2006 Add
 New       TUL06-205 City of Dinuba - Operating assistance          NA        FFY 08/09    CON    Local - City    NA
                                                                                                                               $74,000 FY 08/09
                        City of Dinuba - One 24 passenger
 New       TUL08-202                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5311       NA         Add $125,000 FY 08/09
                                     CNG bus
                        City of Dinuba - One 24 passenger                                         Local - City
 New       TUL08-202                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON                    NA          Add $16,000 FY 08/09
                                     CNG bus                                                         LTF
                        Tulare County - One 22 passenger                                                                    Carryover from 2006 Add
 New       TUL06-200                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5311       NA
                                   CNG bus                                                                                    $159,000 FY 08/09
                        Tulare County - One 22 passenger                                                                    Carryover from 2006 Add
 New       TUL06-200                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON   Local - County   NA
                                   CNG bus                                                                                     $21,000 FY 08/09
                           County of Tulare - Operating
Existing TUL06-203                                                  NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5311       NA     Reduce $36,000 from FY 08/09
                                   Assistance
                           County of Tulare - Operating
Existing TUL06-203                                                  NA        FFY 08/09    CON   Local - County   NA     Reduce $29,000 from FY 08/09
                                   Assistance
                                                                                                                            Carryover from 2006 Add
 New       TUL06-208   City of Tulare - Operating assistance        NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5311       NA
                                                                                                                              $402,000 FY 08/09
                                                                                                                            Carryover from 2006 Add
 New       TUL06-208   City of Tulare - Operating assistance        NA        FFY 08/09    CON    Local - City    NA
                                                                                                                              $324,000 FY 08/09
                           City of Woodlake - Operating                                                                     Carryover from 2006 Add
 New       TUL06-211                                                NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5311       NA
                                    assistance                                                                                 $38,000 FY 08/09
                                                                   ATTACHMENT 1
                                                                   Summary of Changes
Existing     MPO                                                                                            % Cost
or New     FTIP/RTP                                           FFY of Current FFY to be                     Increase/
Project       ID                PROJECT TITLE                 Programming Programmed     Phase Fund Source Decrease     DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
                           City of Woodlake - Operating                                                                   Carryover from 2006 Add
 New       TUL06-211                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON    Local - City    NA
                                    assistance                                                                               $30,000 FY 08/09
                        Woodlake - Construct a new transit                                                                 Delete Project - Reduce
Existing   Tul08-200                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5311       NA
                          vehicle maintenance facility                                                                     $180,000 from FY 08/09
                        Woodlake - Construct a new transit                                      Local - City           Delete Project - Reduce $23,000
Existing   Tul08-200                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON                    NA
                          vehicle maintenance facility                                             LTF                          from FY 08/09
                        Ave 416 Kings River Bridge widen                                                                Adds $1,460,000 with LTF-AC
 New       TUL08-121                                              NA        FFY 08/09     PE   Local - LTF AC   NA
                               from 2 to 4 lanes                                                                         future HBRR reimbursement
                        Ave 416 Kings River Bridge widen                                          Local -
 New       TUL08-121                                              NA        FFY 08/09     PE                    NA        Adds $400,000 to FY08/09
                               from 2 to 4 lanes                                                 Measure
                       Betty Drive Grade Separation (Union                                        Local -
 New       TUL08-900                                              NA        FFY 08/09     PE                    NA       Adds $343,000 to FY 08/09
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                       Betty Drive Grade Separation (Union                                        Local -
 New       TUL08-900                                              NA        FFY 09/10     PE                    NA       Adds $936,000 to FY 09/10
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                       Betty Drive Grade Separation (Union                                        Local -
 New       TUL08-900                                              NA        FFY 09/10     RW                    NA       Adds $554,000 to FY 09/10
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                       Betty Drive Grade Separation (Union                                        Local -
 New       TUL08-900                                              NA        FFY 10/11    CON                    NA      Adds $12,175,000 to FY 10/11
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                       Betty Drive Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-900                                              NA        FFY 10/11    CON    Local - City    NA      Adds $1,500,000 to FY 10/11
                                 Pacific Railroad)
                       Betty Drive Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-900                                              NA        FFY 10/11    CON    1b-HRCSA        NA      Adds $12,175,000 to FY 10/11
                                 Pacific Railroad)
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 08/09     PE    Local - City    NA       Adds $812,000 to FY 08/09
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 08/09     RW    Local - City    NA       Adds $215,000 to FY 08/09
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 09/10     PE                    NA       Adds $815,000 to FY 09/10
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)                                         Measure
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 09/10     PE    Local - City    NA       Adds $370,000 to FY 09/10
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)
                                                                   ATTACHMENT 1
                                                                   Summary of Changes
Existing     MPO                                                                                            % Cost
or New     FTIP/RTP                                           FFY of Current FFY to be                     Increase/
Project       ID                PROJECT TITLE                 Programming Programmed     Phase Fund Source Decrease    DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 09/10     RW                   NA      Adds $1,185,000 to FY 09/10
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)                                         Measure
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 10/11    CON                   NA      Adds $5,647,000 to FY 10/11
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)                                         Measure
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 10/11    CON    1b-HRCSA       NA      Adds $7,972,000 to FY 10/11
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 11/12    CON                   NA      Adds $2,353,000 to FY 11/12
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)                                         Measure
                       Cartmill Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-901                                              NA        FFY 11/12    CON    1b-HRCSA       NA      Adds $3,321,000 to FY 11/12
                            Pacific Railroad & J Street)
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 08/09     PE    Local - City   NA      Adds $529,000 to FY 08/09
                                 Pacific Railroad)
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 08/09     RW    Local - City   NA      Adds $142,000 to FY 08/09
                                 Pacific Railroad)
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 09/10     PE    Local - City   NA      Adds $589,000 to FY 09/10
                                 Pacific Railroad)
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 09/10     PE                   NA      Adds $125,000 to FY 09/10
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 09/10     RW                   NA      Adds $783,000 to FY 09/10
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 09/10    CON                   NA      Adds $2,667,000 to FY 09/10
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 10/11    CON    1b-HRCSA       NA      Adds $5,021,000 to FY 10/11
                                 Pacific Railroad)
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 10/11    CON                   NA      Adds $2,039,000 to FY 10/11
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 11/12    CON    1b-HRCSA       NA      Adds $2,092,000 to FY 11/12
                                 Pacific Railroad)
                       Bardsley Ave Grade Separation (Union                                       Local -
 New       TUL08-902                                              NA        FFY 11/12    CON                   NA      Adds $386,000 to FY 11/12
                                 Pacific Railroad)                                               Measure
                                                                      ATTACHMENT 1
                                                                      Summary of Changes
Existing     MPO                                                                                               % Cost
or New     FTIP/RTP                                              FFY of Current FFY to be                     Increase/
Project       ID                 PROJECT TITLE                   Programming Programmed     Phase Fund Source Decrease    DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
                          City of Visalia - Regional Transit                                                               Add FTA 5316 to the report
Existing TUL08-201                                                   NA        FFY 08/09    CON     FTA 5316       NA
                               Information Call Center                                                                    group-No Changes to project
                        City of Lindsay - Page Moore Tract
 New       TUL07-132                                                 NA        FFY 08/09    CON       SRTS         NA      Adds $834,000 to FY 08/09
                            Ped Improvements 7 blocks
                        City of Lindsay - Page Moore Tract
 New       TUL07-133                                                 NA        FFY 08/09    CON       SRTS         NA      Adds $810,000 to FY 08/09
                           Ped Improvements 10 blocks
                       Tulare County - Strathmore, Sidewalks
 New       TUL08-502                                                 NA        FFY 10/11    CON       SRTS         NA      Adds $309,000 to FY 10/11
                                   and Beacons
                           City of Tulare - Laspina St, in-
 New       TUL08-500                                                 NA        FFY 10/11    CON       SRTS         NA       Adds $78,000 to FY 10/11
                            pavement lighted crosswalk
                         Tulare-Seven schools- ultra high-
 New       TUL08-501                                                 NA        FFY 09/10    CON       SRTS         NA       Adds $5,000 to FY 09/10
                         visibility hand-held LED stop signs
                       City of Visalia - Tulare Ave, Construct
 New       TUL08-503                                                 NA        FFY 10/11    CON       SRTS         NA      Adds $319,000 to FY 10/11
                              sidewalk and curb ramps
                         Woodlake School Crossings 6 in-
 New       TUL07-131                                                 NA        FFY 08/09     PE       SRTS         NA       Adds $37,000 to FY 08/09
                          pavement lighted crosswalks
                         Woodlake School Crossings 6 in-
 New       TUL07-131                                                 NA        FFY 08/09    CON       SRTS         NA      Adds $452,000 to FY 08/09
                          pavement lighted crosswalks
                        Tulare County - Traffic Signal @ Rd
 New       TUL08-203                                                 NA        FYY 10/11    CON   Local - County   NA       Adds $34,000 to FY 10/11
                                 156 & Ave 295
                        Tulare County - Traffic Signal @ Rd
 New       TUL08-203                                                 NA        FYY 10/11    CON       HR3          NA      Adds $304,000 to FY 10/11
                                 156 & Ave 295
                       SR 216 from Lovers Lane to McCuliff
Existing TUL08-111                                                   NA        FFY 08/09     RW       STIP         NA     Adds $2,610,000 to FY 08/09
                                Widen 2 to 4 lanes
                       SR 216 from Lovers Lane to McCuliff
Existing TUL08-111                                                   NA        FFY 11/12    CON       STIP         NA     Adds $6,030,000 to FY 11/12
                                Widen 2 to 4 lanes
                       SR99/Betty Drive Interchange - Major
Existing TUL08-100                                                   NA        FFY 11/12     RW       STIP         NA      Adds $600,000 to FY 11/12
                               I/C improvements
                       SR99/Betty Drive Interchange - Major                                          Local -
Existing TUL08-100                                                   NA        FFY 11/12     RW                    NA     Adds $10,000,000 to FY 11/12
                               I/C improvements                                                     Measure
                                                                    ATTACHMENT 1
                                                                    Summary of Changes
Existing     MPO                                                                                             % Cost
or New     FTIP/RTP                                            FFY of Current FFY to be                     Increase/
Project       ID                 PROJECT TITLE                 Programming Programmed     Phase Fund Source Decrease    DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
                       SR99/Cartmill Ave Interchange - Major
Existing   TUL08-402                                               NA        FFY 08/09     PE    Local - City   NA      Adds $3,950,000 to FY 08/09
                                I/C improvements
                       SR99/Cartmill Ave Interchange - Major
Existing   TUL08-402                                               NA        FFY 09/10     RW    Local - City   NA      Adds $11,300,000 to FY 09/10
                                I/C improvements
                       SR99/Cartmill Ave Interchange - Major
Existing   TUL08-402                                               NA        FFY 10/11     RW    Local - City   NA      Adds $4,040,000 to FY 10/11
                                I/C improvements
                       SR99/Cartmill Ave Interchange - Major
Existing   TUL08-402                                               NA        FFY 10/11    CON    Local - City   NA      Adds $9,080,000 to FY 10/11
                                I/C improvements
                       SR99/Cartmill Ave Interchange - Major
Existing   TUL08-402                                               NA        FFY 11/12    CON    Local - City   NA      Adds $14,430,000 to FY 11/12
                                I/C improvements
                       SR99/Cartmill Ave Interchange - Major                                       Local -              Adds $25,000,000 to FY 11/12
Existing   TUL08-402                                               NA        FFY 11/12    CON                   NA
                                I/C improvements                                                  Measure               ($15m bond against Measure)
                        Scranton Ave from SR 65 to Indiana                                         Local -
Existing   TUL00-108                                               NA        FFY 08/09     RW                   NA      Adds $1,000,000 to FY 08/09
                                widen 2 to 4 lanes                                                Measure
                        Scranton Ave from SR 65 to Indiana                                         Local -
Existing   TUL00-108                                               NA        FFY 08/09    CON                   NA      Adds $2,200,000 to FY 08/09
                                widen 2 to 4 lanes                                                Measure
                       Rd 80 between Visalia & Dinuba widen
Existing   TUL00-102                                               NA        FFY 08/09    CON       STIP        NA      Adds $7,855,000 to FY 08/09
                              to 4 lanes expressway
                       Rd 80 between Visalia & Dinuba widen
Existing   TUL00-102                                               NA        FFY 10/11    CON       STIP        NA      Adds $38,300,000 to FY 10/11
                              to 4 lanes expressway
                       Rd 80 between Visalia & Dinuba widen                                        Local -
Existing   TUL00-102                                               NA        FFY 08/09     RW                   NA      Adds $1,100,000 to FY 08/09
                              to 4 lanes expressway                                               Measure
                       Rd 80 between Visalia & Dinuba widen                                        Local -
Existing   TUL00-102                                               NA        FFY 08/09    CON                   NA       Adds $900,000 to FY 08/09
                              to 4 lanes expressway                                               Measure
                         Rd 108 between Visalia & Tulare                                           Local -
Existing   TUL00-103                                               NA        FFY 08/09     RW                   NA      Adds $3,200,000 to FY 08/09
                             widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                              Measure
                         Rd 108 between Visalia & Tulare                                           Local -
Existing   TUL00-103                                               NA        FFY 09/10    CON                   NA      Adds $29,500,000 to FY 09/10
                             widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                              Measure
                          Ave 280 (Caldwell) Santa Fe to                                           Local -
Existing   TUL00-010                                               NA        FFY 09/10     RW                   NA       Adds $830,000 to FY 09/10
                             Orange widen to 4 lanes                                              Measure
                                                                   ATTACHMENT 1
                                                                   Summary of Changes
Existing     MPO                                                                                            % Cost
or New     FTIP/RTP                                           FFY of Current FFY to be                     Increase/
Project       ID                PROJECT TITLE                 Programming Programmed     Phase Fund Source Decrease    DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
                       Betty Dr/Riggin Ave from SR 99 to Rd                                       Local -
Existing   TUL02-101                                              NA        FFY 11/12    CON                   NA      Adds $7,500,000 to FY 11/12
                            80 - widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                         Measure
                           Ave 416 and Rd 56 signal &                                             Local -
Existing   TUL04-103                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON                   NA      Adds $2,220,000 to FY 08/09
                           intersection improvements                                             Measure
                       Ave 416 from Rd 32 to Rd 92 - widen                                        Local -
Existing   TUL07-101                                              NA        FFY 08/09     RW                   NA      Adds $3,900,000 to FY 08/09
                                 from 2 to 4 lanes                                               Measure
                       Ave 416 from Rd 32 to Rd 92 - widen
Existing   TUL07-101                                              NA        FFY 10/11     RW    Local - City   NA       Adds $400,000 to FY 10/11
                                 from 2 to 4 lanes
                       Ave 416 from Rd 32 to Rd 92 - widen                                        Local -
Existing   TUL07-101                                              NA        FFY 11/12     RW                   NA      Adds $27,600,000 to FY 11/12
                                 from 2 to 4 lanes                                               Measure
                       Plaza Drive widen 2 to 4 and 6 Lanes
Existing   TUL00-105                                              NA        FFY 09/10    CON       STIP        NA      Adds $16,020,000 to FY 09/10
                          Airport Dr to Ave 304 (Goshen)
                       Plaza Drive widen 2 to 4 and 6 Lanes                                       Local -
Existing   TUL00-105                                              NA        FFY 08/09     RW                   NA       Adds $200,000 to FY 08/09
                          Airport Dr to Ave 304 (Goshen)                                         Measure
                       Plaza Drive widen 2 to 4 and 6 Lanes                                       Local -
Existing   TUL00-105                                              NA        FFY 09/10    CON                   NA      Adds $1,780,000 to FY 09/10
                          Airport Dr to Ave 304 (Goshen)                                         Measure
                       Santa Fe Bridge-remove existing RR                                         Local -
Existing   TUL08-401                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON                   NA      Adds $9,000,000 to FY 08/09
                        Bridge replace with 5 Lane Bridge                                        Measure
                       SR 198 Hanford to Visalia widen to 4
Existing   TUL00-120                                              NA        FFY 08/09     RW        IIP        NA      Adds $6,881,000 to FY 08/09
                                Lanes expressway
                       SR 198 Hanford to Visalia widen to 4
Existing   TUL00-120                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON        IIP        NA      Adds $5,014,000 to FY 08/09
                                Lanes expressway
                       SR 198 Hanford to Visalia widen to 4
Existing   TUL00-120                                              NA        FFY 08/09     RW      TCRP         NA      Adds $5,038,000 to FY 08/09
                                Lanes expressway
                       SR 198 Hanford to Visalia widen to 4
Existing   TUL00-120                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON      TCRP         NA      Adds $8,109,000 to FY 08/09
                                Lanes expressway
                       SR 198 Hanford to Visalia widen to 4
Existing   TUL00-120                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON   Prop 1b-CMIA    NA      Adds $71,600,000 to FY 08/09
                                Lanes expressway
                       SR 198 Hanford to Visalia widen to 4
Existing   TUL00-120                                              NA        FFY 08/09    CON      HPPP         NA      Adds $2,040,000 to FY 08/09
                                Lanes expressway
                       SR 99 Fresno County Line to Goshen
Existing   TUL02-121                                              NA        FFY 08/09     PE     STIP-IIP      NA       Adds $188,000 to FY 08/09
                           Overhead widen to 6 Lanes
                                                               ATTACHMENT 1
                                                               Summary of Changes
Existing     MPO                                                                                        % Cost
or New     FTIP/RTP                                       FFY of Current FFY to be                     Increase/
Project       ID              PROJECT TITLE               Programming Programmed     Phase Fund Source Decrease     DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
                     SR 99 Fresno County Line to Goshen
Existing   TUL02-121                                          NA        FFY 09/10    CON      HPPP        NA        Adds $8,034,000 to FY 09/10
                         Overhead widen to 6 Lanes
                     SR 99 Fresno County Line to Goshen
Existing   TUL02-121                                          NA        FFY 09/10    CON   Prop 1b-SR99   NA       Adds $151,966,000 to FY 09/10
                         Overhead widen to 6 Lanes
Tulare County Association of Governments                                      2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
SAFETEA-LU Earmark

 Route              Description
                                                                                                                                      Program Schedule                                             Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                                     (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                        Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                 Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                                 Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                                 Prior Years                 Four Year Element
                    Status                                                    Phase
                                                                                                        08/09        09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                    Local         State      Federal

                    Ave 416 Improvements-Safetea-Lu earmark (2007             PE            150,000                                                                                    Other (Explain ==>)
                    RTP Page 4-10 and Table 3-14)
                                                                              RW            100,000                                                                                    ******** Version 3 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL00-106
                                                                                                                                                                                       8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
                                                                              Const                   1,800,000
                                                                                                                                                                                       FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1
 2006EAR/MEA                                                                                                                                                                           7/22 - Const $ removed for Interim FTIP ($1300
  0.00              $ 2,050,000
                                                                                                                                                                                       Prior            50,000                      200,000
 Tulare County                                                                              250,000   1,800,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                      21500000393          Total
                                                                                                                                                                                       Current         500,000                     1,300,000

                     Expansion Ben Maddox Bridge over SR-198 from             PE                                                                                                       Other (Explain ==>)
                    5-8 lanes (2 thru lanes ea direction plus dual left trn
                                                                              RW                                                                                                       ******** Version 5 -add RTP page information
 TUL06-151          lanes ea direction) and frontage rd
                                                                                                                                                                                       2007 RTP-table 3-14 and page 4-10).-EW
                    intersection/signalization improvements (2007 RTP         Const                   7,900,000
                                                                                                                                                                                       08/22/2008 ********Phone call from Garth
 CITY/2006EAR/MEA                                                                                                                                                                      Fernandez Caltrans to BG-Advance Construction
 0.00             $ 7,900,000
                                                                                                                                                                                       Prior
 Visalia, City of                                                                                     7,900,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                      21500000322          Total
                                                                                                                                                                                       Current       6,300,000                     1,600,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                               2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program (Non-transit)

 Route              Description
                                                                                                                           Program Schedule                                               Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                          (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                          Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                 Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                      Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                          Prior Years             Four Year Element
                    Status                                             Phase
                                                                                              08/09       09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local          State     Federal

                    Purchase six (6) medium duty CNG vehicles (2007    PE                                                                                                   Other (Explain ==>)
                    RTP Table 4-11, page 4-19)
                                                                       RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 3 - 10/29/2008 ********Minor
 TUL06-040
                                                                                                                                                                            correction in description number eight should be
                                                                       Const                 200,000
                                                                                                                                                                            six correct amount.-EW
 CITY/CMAQ                                                                                                                                                                  Requested by Trisha Whitfield from the City of
 4.01               $ 200,000
                                                                                                                                                                            Prior
 Dinuba, City of                                                                             200,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                  21500000294       Total
                                                                                                                                                                            Current           24,000                      176,000

                    Purchase two (2) hybrid vehicles (2007 RTP Table   PE                                                                                                   Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                    4-11, page 4-19)
                                                                       RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 4 - 10/27/2008
 TUL06-025
                                                                                                                                                                            ********Requested by Kindon Meik, City of
                                                                       Const                  70,000
                                                                                                                                                                            Lindsay to change the project description form 1
 CITY/CMAQ                                                                                                                                                                  CNG powered on road vacum truck to two Hybrid
 4.01               $ 70,000
                                                                                                                                                                            Prior
 Lindsay, City of                                                                             70,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                  21500000302       Total
                                                                                                                                                                            Current            8,000                           62,000

                    Construction of new signal at Road 156 & Ave 296   PE                                                                    40,000                         Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                    (2007 RTP Table 4-11, page 4-19)
                                                                       RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 2 - 10/27/2008 ********Change
 TUL08-027
                                                                                                                                                                            descripiton. Project location change, due to
                                                                       Const                                                                385,000
                                                                                                                                                                            project being funded by HSIP program. Project
 CMAQ/MEA                                                                                                                                                                   was Construction of new signal at Road 180 &
 5.02               $ 425,000
                                                                                                                                                                            Prior
 Tulare County                                                                                                                              425,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                  21500000420       Total
                                                                                                                                                                            Current           64,000                      361,000

                    Purchase one cleaner burning diesel bucket truck   PE                                                                                                   New Project
                    (2007 RTP Table 4-11, page 4-19)
                                                                       RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 1 - 10/23/2008
 TUL08-032
                                                                                                                                                                            ********Requested by Shirley Wallace, Niel
                                                                       Const                 178,000
                                                                                                                                                                            Pilegard, Henery Hash, to add Bucket truck to
 CMAQ/CO                                                                                                                                                                    CMAQ project listings in FY 08/09. Through Ted
 4.01               $ 178,000
                                                                                                                                                                            Prior
 Tulare County                                                                               178,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                  21500000442       Total
                                                                                                                                                                            Current           39,000                      139,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                          2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program (Transit Projects)

 Route           Description
                                                                                                                        Program Schedule                                             Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                       (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                        Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ              Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                      Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                     Prior Years               Four Year Element
                 Status                                           Phase
                                                                                          08/09        09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                    Local         State      Federal

                 Purchase seven (7) replacement CNG buses (2007   PE                                                                                                     Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                 RTP Table 4-11, page 4-19)
                                                                  RW                                                                                                     ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008 ********Reduce
 TUL06-036
                                                                                                                                                                         construction cost to $2,340,000. Requested by
                                                                  Const                 2,661,000
                                                                                                                                                                         Ted Smalley-TCAG. Transfer fundsing to TUL
 CITY/CMAQ                                                                                                                                                               08-032-Tulare County Bucket Truck. See notes
 4.01            $ 2,661,000
                                                                                                                                                                         Prior
 Visalia City                                                                           2,661,000
                 FTIP Amend 3.00                 21500000290      Total
 Coach                                                                                                                                                                   Current         321,000                     2,340,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                              2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Federal Transit Administration Section 5307 Program

 Route              Description
                                                                                                                            Program Schedule                                              Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                           (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                         Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                 Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                       Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                         Prior Years               Four Year Element
                    Status                                            Phase
                                                                                              08/09        09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                       Local       State       Federal

                    Operating assistance (2007 RTP Table 4-8, page    PE                                                                                                     Delete Project
                    4-17)
                                                                      RW                                                                                                     ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008 ********Delete
 TUL06-273
                                                                                                                                                                             project requested by Carmen Quevedo, City of
                                                                      Const                 4,937,000
                                                                                                                                                                             Visalia email dated 10/23/08.-EW
 CITY/5307                                                                                                                                                                   ********Requsted by Carmen Quevedo, City of
 2.01               $ 4,937,000
                                                                                                                                                                             Prior
 Visalia, City of                                                                           4,937,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                 21500000341       Total
                                                                                                                                                                             Current          3,096,000                   1,841,000

                    Purchase fifteen (15) bus shelters (2007 RTP      PE                                                                                                     Delete Project
                    Table 4-8, page 4-17)
                                                                      RW                                                                                                     ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008 ********Delete
 TUL06-274
                                                                                                                                                                             project requested by Carmen Quevedo, City of
                                                                      Const                   68,000
                                                                                                                                                                             Visalia email dated 10/23/08.-EW
 CITY/5307                                                                                                                                                                   ******** Requeted by Carmen Quevedo, City of
 2.07               $ 68,000
                                                                                                                                                                             Prior
 Visalia, City of                                                                             68,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                 21500000342       Total
                                                                                                                                                                             Current            14,000                           54,000

                    City of Visalia-Purchase Two CNG Bus En g i n e   PE                                                                                                     Delete Project
                    replacements (2007 RTP Table 4-8, page 4-17)
                                                                      RW                                                                                                     ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008 ********Delete
 TUL07-250
                                                                                                                                                                             project requested by Carmen Quevedo email
                                                                      Const                   71,000
                                                                                                                                                                             dated 10/23/08 from City of Visalia.-EW
 5307/LTF                                                                                                                                                                    ******** Version 2 - 05/13/2008 ********Carryover
  2.03              $ 71,000
                                                                                                                                                                             Prior
 Visalia, City of                                                                             71,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                 21500000390       Total
                                                                                                                                                                             Current            14,000                           57,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                                     2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 Program

 Route               Description
                                                                                                                                 Program Schedule                                               Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                                (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                          Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                  Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                           Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                                Prior Years             Four Year Element
                     Status                                                  Phase
                                                                                                    08/09       09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local          State      Federal

                     Operating assistance (2007 RTP Table 4-9, page          PE                                                                                                   Other (Explain ==>)
                     4-17)
                                                                             RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008 ********Carryover
 TUL06-205
                                                                                                                                                                                  to 2009 FTIP FTA 5311 Grant 28. Requested by
                                                                             Const                 166,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  MD.-EW
 CITY/5311                                                                                                                                                                        ******** Version 2 - 01/07/2008
 2.01                $ 166,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  Prior
 Dinuba, City of                                                                                   166,000
                     FTIP Amend 3.00                     21500000313         Total
                                                                                                                                                                                  Current           74,000                            92,000

                     City of Dinuba-One (1)-24 Passenger CNG bus;            PE                                                                                                   New Project
                     type VII with two wheelchair lifts; 32 ft. in length;
                                                                             RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 1 -Comment to the FTIP during
 TUL08-202           fleet expansion; State procurement. (2007 R T P
                                                                                                                                                                                  Public Comment period Decemeber 8, 2008,
                     Table 4-9, page 4-17)                                   Const                 141,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  funding amounts were incorrectly typed into
 LTF/5311                                                                                                                                                                         CTIPS. The correct amounts are $16,195 local
  2.05               $ 141,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  Prior
 Dinuba, City of                                                                                   141,000
                     FTIP Amend 3.00                     21500000443         Total
                                                                                                                                                                                  Current           16,000                       125,000

                     Purchase one (1) 22 passenger CNG transit bus           PE                                                                                                   Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                     (2007 RTP Table 4-9, page 4-17)
                                                                             RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 4 - 10/23/2008 ********Carryover
 TUL06-200
                                                                                                                                                                                  change funds to FY 08/09 FTA 5311 grant cycle
                                                                             Const                 180,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  28- Requested by Marvin Demmers-EW
 CO/5311                                                                                                                                                                          ******** Version 3 - 05/13/2008 ********Carryover
 2.10                $ 180,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  Prior
 Tulare County                                                                                     180,000
                     FTIP Amend 3.00                     21500000307         Total
                                                                                                                                                                                  Current           21,000                       159,000

                     Operating assistance (2007 RTP Table 4-9, page          PE                                                                                                   Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                     4-17)
                                                                             RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008 ********
 TUL06-203
                                                                                                                                                                                  10/29 - project set for Amend. #3 -BG
                                                                             Const                 665,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  Decrease project requested by County of Tulare
 CO/5311                                                                                                                                                                          through Marvin Demmers-FTA 5311 CYCLE
 2.01                $ 665,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  Prior
 Tulare County                                                                                     665,000
                     FTIP Amend 3.00                     21500000310         Total
                                                                                                                                                                                  Current          297,000                       368,000

                     Operating assistance (2007 RTP Table 4-9, page          PE                                                                                                   Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                     4-17)
                                                                             RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008
 TUL06-208
                                                                                                                                                                                  ********Carryover-Grant 26-EW Requested by
                                                                             Const                 726,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  Marvin Demmers..
 CITY/5311                                                                                                                                                                        ******** Version 2 - 01/07/2008
 2.01                $ 726,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  Prior
 Tulare, City of                                                                                   726,000
                     FTIP Amend 3.00                     21500000319         Total
                                                                                                                                                                                  Current          324,000                       402,000

                     Operating assistance (2007 RTP Table 4-9, page          PE                                                                                                   Other (Explain ==>)
                     4-17)
                                                                             RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008 ********Carryover
 TUL06-211
                                                                                                                                                                                  to 2008 FTIP requested by Marvin Demmers,
                                                                             Const                  68,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  TCAG-FTA 5311 Grant 28.-EW
 CITY/5311                                                                                                                                                                        ******** Version 2 - 01/07/2008
 2.01                $ 68,000
                                                                                                                                                                                  Prior
 Woodlake, City of                                                                                  68,000
                     FTIP Amend 3.00                     21500000315         Total
                                                                                                                                                                                  Current           30,000                            38,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                               2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 Program

 Route               Description
                                                                                                                           Program Schedule                                              Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                          (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                         Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                  Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                     Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                          Prior Years             Four Year Element
                     Status                                            Phase
                                                                                              08/09       09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local         State       Federal

                     Construct a new Transit Vehicle Maintenance       PE                                                                                                   Delete Project
                     Facility at the City Corporation Yard (2007 RTP
                                                                       RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 3 - 10/23/2008 ********Delete
 TUL08-200           Table 4-9, page 4-17)
                                                                                                                                                                            project, requested by the City of Woodlake
                                                                       Const                 203,000
                                                                                                                                                                            through Marvin Demmers C notes no email.-EW
 LTF/5311                                                                                                                                                                   ******** Version 2 - 05/13/2008 ********Carryover
  2.11               $ 203,000
                                                                                                                                                                            Prior
 Woodlake, City of                                                                           203,000
                     FTIP Amend 3.00                 21500000391       Total
                                                                                                                                                                            Current           23,000                       180,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                            2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Highway Bridge Replacement / Rehabilitation Program

 Route           Description
                                                                                                                          Program Schedule                                               Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                         (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                          Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ              Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                        Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                       Prior Years               Four Year Element
                 Status                                             Phase
                                                                                            08/09        09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local          State   Federal

                 Ave 416 Kings River Bridge widen from 2 to 4       PE                    1,860,000                                                                        New Project
                 lanes with reconstruction and improvements (2007
                                                                    RW                                                                                                     ******** Version 1 Change to LTF-Advance
 TUL08-121       RTP, Table 3-14)
                                                                                                                                                                           construction. Comment to the FTIP Amendment
                                                                    Const
                                                                                                                                                                           No. 3 IAC. from Joanne Mcdermott and Abhijit
 LF-AC/MEA                                                                                                                                                                 Bagde.-EW email dated 8/23/08 and 08/25/2008
  0.00           $ 1,860,000
                                                                                                                                                                           Prior
 Tulare County                                                                            1,860,000
                 FTIP Amend 3.00                  21500000436       Total
                                                                                                                                                                           Current        1,860,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                                 2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
HRCSA (Prop 1B)

 Route             Description
                                                                                                                                   Program Schedule                                               Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                                (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                            Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                               Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                            Prior Years                 Four Year Element
                   Status                                                Phase
                                                                                                   08/09        09/10             10/11          11/12            12/13     13/14                     Local          State    Federal

                   Betty Drive grade seperation under Union Pacific      PE                       343,000          936,000                                                          New Project
                   Railroad in Goshen (2007 RTP, Table 3-14)
                                                                         RW                                        554,000                                                          ******** Version 1 -
 TUL08-900
                                                                                                                                                                                    Add RTP Table page location. -EW
                                                                         Const                                                   25,850,000
                                                                                                                                                                                    08/22/2008 ********
 CITY/MEA/HRCSA                                                                                                                                                                     8/22 New project resulting from
 1.01              $ 27,683,000
                                                                                                                                                                                    Prior
 Tulare County                                                                                    343,000        1,490,000       25,850,000
                   FTIP Amend 3.00                    21500000434        Total
 Redevelopment                                                                                                                                                                      Current       15,508,000    12,175,000

                   Cartmill Ave overcrossing of Union Pacific Rail and   PE             70,000    812,000        1,185,000                                                          New Project
                   J Street in City of Tulare (2007 RTP, Table 3-14)
                                                                         RW                       215,000        1,185,000                                                          ******** Version 1 (2007 RTP, Table 3-14) Add
 TUL08-901
                                                                                                                                                                                    RTP Table page location. -EW 08/22/2008
                                                                         Const                                                   13,619,000     5,674,000
                                                                                                                                                                                    ********
 CITY/MEA/HRCSA                                                                                                                                                                     8/22 New project resulting from
 1.01              $ 22,760,000
                                                                                                                                                                                    Prior             70,000
 Tulare, City of                                                                        70,000   1,027,000       2,370,000       13,619,000     5,674,000
                   FTIP Amend 3.00                    21500000435        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                    Current       11,397,000    11,293,000

                   Bardsley Ave overcrossing of UP Railroad (2007        PE             70,000    529,000          714,000                                                          New Project
                   RTP, Table 3-14)
                                                                         RW                       142,000          783,000                                                          ******** Version 1 -(2007 RTP, Table 3-14) Add
 TUL08-902
                                                                                                                                                                                    RTP Table page location. -EW 10/21/2008
                                                                         Const                                   2,667,000        7,060,000     2,478,000          43,000
                                                                                                                                                                                    ********
 CITY/MEA/HRCSA                                                                                                                                                                     10/21 - New project resulting from HRCSA
 1.01              $ 14,486,000
                                                                                                                                                                                    Prior             70,000
 Tulare, City of                                                                        70,000    671,000        4,164,000        7,060,000     2,478,000          43,000
                   FTIP Amend 3.00                    21500000441        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                    Current        7,260,000     7,156,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                               2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Job Access and Reverse Commute Grant - FTA Section 5316

 Route              Description
                                                                                                                           Program Schedule                                             Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                          (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                        Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                 Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                      Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                          Prior Years             Four Year Element
                    Status                                             Phase
                                                                                              08/09       09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                    Local         State    Federal

                    Visalia-Regional Transit Information Call Center   PE                                                                                                   Other (Explain ==>)
                    (2007 RTP, Page 4-19)
                                                                       RW                                                                                                   ******** (2007 RTP, Page 4-19) Add RTP page
 TUL08-201
                                                                                                                                                                            location. -EWVersion 3 - 10/23/2008
                                                                       Const                 250,000
                                                                                                                                                                            ********Change heading on Report Grouping to
 LTF/5316/FTA5317                                                                                                                                                           add FTA Section 5316.-Requested by Marvin
  4.01              $ 250,000
                                                                                                                                                                            Prior
 Visalia City                                                                                250,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                  21500000400       Total
 Coach                                                                                                                                                                      Current          50,000                     200,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                                            2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS)-Federal

 Route              Description
                                                                                                                                        Program Schedule                                               Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                                       (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                          Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                 Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                                   Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                                       Prior Years             Four Year Element
                    Status                                                          Phase
                                                                                                           08/09       09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local          State     Federal

                    SRTS-City of Lindsay Page -Moore Tract                          PE                                                                                                   Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                    pedestrian Improvements- 1.2 miles of new
                                                                                    RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 4 -(2007 RTP, Page 4-10) Add
 TUL07-132          sidewalks over seven-block area (2007 RTP, Page
                                                                                                                                                                                         RTP page location. -EW 08/22/2008
                    4-10)                                                           Const                 834,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         ********Requested by Abhijit Bagde (Caltrans)
 SRTS                                                                                                                                                                                    email dated 7/29/2008 to include in 2008/09 FY.
 3.02               $ 834,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         Prior
 Lindsay, City of                                                                                         834,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                          21500000386            Total
                                                                                                                                                                                         Current                                       834,000

                    SRTS-City of Lindsay-Page-Moore Tract                           PE                                                                                                   Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                    Pedestrian Improvements One mile of sidewalks
                                                                                    RW                                                                                                   ******** Version 4 - (2007 RTP, Page 4-10) Add
 TUL07-133          over a ten-block area (2007 RTP, Page 4-10)
                                                                                                                                                                                         RTP page location. -EW 08/22/2008
                                                                                    Const                 810,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         ********Requested by Abhijit Bagde (Caltrans)
 SRTS                                                                                                                                                                                    email dated 7/29/2008 to include in 2008/09 FY.
 3.02               $ 810,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         Prior
 Lindsay, City of                                                                                         810,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                          21500000387            Total
                                                                                                                                                                                         Current                                       810,000

                    Tulare Co. Install 2 solar Flashing                             PE                                                                                                   New Project
                    Beacons-Strathmore on W. side of Rd 230
                                                                                    RW                                                                                                   ******** (2007 RTP, Page 4-10) Add RTP page
 TUL08-502          between Ave 198- Ave. 196, & N. side of Ave 196
                                                                                                                                                                                         location. -EW Version 1 - 10/13/2008
                    between Belfour-Rd 230 & intercection Rd 230/                   Const                                                309,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         ********SRTS Approved Projects from James
 SRTS                                                                                                                                                                                    Perrault, Caltrans-10/9/08 e-mail (Acutal amount
 1.06               $ 309,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         Prior
 Tulare County                                                                                                                           309,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                          21500000439            Total
                                                                                                                                                                                         Current                                       309,000

                     Tulare-Laspina St. at Kohn ES-Install in-pavement              PE                                                                                                   New Project
                    lighted Crosswalk. (2007 RTP, Page 4-10)
                                                                                    RW                                                                                                   ********(2007 RTP, Page 4-10) Add RTP page
 TUL08-500
                                                                                                                                                                                         location. -EW
                                                                                    Const                                                 78,000
                                                                                                                                                                                          Version 1 - 10/13/2008 ********SRTS Approved
 SRTS                                                                                                                                                                                    Projects from James Perrault, Caltrans-10/9/08
 1.06               $ 78,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         Prior
 Tulare, City of                                                                                                                          78,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                          21500000437            Total
                                                                                                                                                                                         Current                                           78,000

                    Tulare-Seven schools in the City of Tulare where                PE                                                                                                   New Project
                    crossing guards are utilzed. Purchase ultra
                                                                                    RW                                                                                                   ******** (2007 RTP, Page 4-10) EW
 TUL08-501          high-visiblity, hand-held L E D s t o p s i g n s f o r a l l
                                                                                                                                                                                         Version 1 - 10/13/2008 ********
                    school crossing guards. (2007 RTP, Page 4-10)                   Const                                   5,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         SRTS Approved Projects from James Perrault,
 SRTS                                                                                                                                                                                    Caltrans-10/9/08 e-mail (Acutal amount is
 1.06               $ 5,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         Prior
 Tulare, City of                                                                                                            5,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                          21500000438            Total
                                                                                                                                                                                         Current                                            5,000

                    Visalia-Along the North side of Tulare Ave between              PE                                                                                                   New Project
                    Santa Fe St and Pinkham ES. (2007 RTP, Page
                                                                                    RW                                                                                                   ******** (2007 RTP, Page 4-10)-EW Version 1 -
 TUL08-503          4-10)
                                                                                                                                                                                         10/13/2008 ********
                                                                                    Const                                                319,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         SRTS Approved Projects from James Perrault,
 SRTS                                                                                                                                                                                    Caltrans-10/9/08 e-mail (Acutal amount is
 1.06               $ 319,000
                                                                                                                                                                                         Prior
 Visalia, City of                                                                                                                        319,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                          21500000440            Total
                                                                                                                                                                                         Current                                       319,000




  Page 10 of 15
Tulare County Association of Governments                                 2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS)-Federal

 Route               Description
                                                                                                                             Program Schedule                                             Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                            (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                        Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                  Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                       Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                            Prior Years             Four Year Element
                     Status                                              Phase
                                                                                                08/09       09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                    Local         State     Federal

                     SRTS-Woodlake School Crossings Improvement-         PE                     37,000                                                                        Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                     Install 6 in-pavement lighted crosswalk, 4 mast
                                                                         RW                                                                                                   ********(2007 RTP, Page 4-10)-EW Version 4 -
 TUL07-131           arm lights, and 76 high visbility school crossing
                                                                                                                                                                              08/22/2008 ********Requested by Abhijit Bagde
                     signs on routes in Woodlake. (2007 RTP, Page        Const                 452,000
                                                                                                                                                                              (Caltrans) email dated 7/29/2008 to include in
 SRTS                                                                                                                                                                         2008/09 FY. Projects previously programmed in
 1.06                $ 489,000
                                                                                                                                                                              Prior
 Woodlake, City of                                                                             489,000
                     FTIP Amend 3.00                  21500000385        Total
                                                                                                                                                                              Current                                     489,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                            2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
Safety

 Route           Description
                                                                                                                      Program Schedule                                               Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                     (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                          Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ              Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                    Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                       Prior Years           Four Year Element
                 Status                                             Phase
                                                                                          08/09      09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local          State   Federal

                 Tulare County-Install traffic Signal at the        PE                                                                                                 New Project
                 intersection of Rd 156 and Avenue 295 (2007 RTP,
                                                                    RW                                                                                                 ******** (2007 RTP, Page 4-10)-EW
 TUL08-203       Page 4-10)
                                                                                                                                                                       Version 1 - 10/27/2008 ********
                                                                    Const                                              338,000
                                                                                                                                                                       Requested by Shirley Wallace by email dated
 CO/HRRRP                                                                                                                                                              10/27/08 and meeting on 10/27/08. See notes for
 1.06            $ 338,000
                                                                                                                                                                       Prior
 Tulare County                                                                                                         338,000
                 FTIP Amend 3.00                  21500000444       Total
                                                                                                                                                                       Current           34,000                    304,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                                                          2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
STIP / Regional Choice

 Route                  Description
                                                                                                                                                             Program Schedule                                             Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                                                          (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                          Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                     Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                                                  Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                                                     Prior Years                  Four Year Element
                        Status                                                                    Phase
                                                                                                                              08/09       09/10             10/11          11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local          State     Federal

 216                    Visalia - Route 216 (Houston Avenue) from Lovers                          PE            921,361     460,000                                                                         Other (Explain ==>)
 1.9/3.7                Lane to McCuliff - widen from 2 lanes to 4 lanes
                                                                                                  RW                       2,610,000                                                                        ******** Version 5 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL08-111              (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 1 of 2)
                                                                                                                                                                                                            8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
 06-43070K                                                                                        Const                                                                   6,030,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1 -BG
 NH/ST-CASH                                                                                                                                                                                                 ******** Version 4 - 05/14/2008 ********
  0.00                  $ 10,021,361
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Prior                          106,000        815,361
 Caltrans                                                                                                       921,361    3,070,000                                      6,030,000
                        FTIP Amend 3.00                                 11500000077               Total
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Current                      9,100,000

 99                     SR99/Betty Drive interchange major I/C                                    PE                       1,600,000                                      3,500,000                         Cost/Scope/Sch. Change
                        improvements. Widen on/off ramps and bridge
                                                                                                  RW                                                                     10,600,000                         ******** Version 2 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL08-100              structure.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            9/2 - Addition of $10 mill Measure R to ROW in
                        (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 1 of 2)                                         Const
                                                                                                                                                                                                            11/12 -BG
 ST-CASH/MEA                                                                                                                                                                                                8/22 - Addition of non-exempt phases to 09
 0.00                   $ 15,700,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Prior
 Caltrans                                                                                                                  1,600,000                                     14,100,000
                        FTIP Amend 3.00                                 21500000425               Total
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Current       10,000,000     5,700,000

 99                     In and near Tulare from 0.6 mile south of Cartmill                        PE            850,000    3,950,000                                                                        New Project
 31.3/32.6              Ave. to 0.7 m i l e n o r t h o f C a r t m i l l A v e . , M o d i f y
                                                                                                  RW                                      11,300,000        4,040,000                                       ********Desription modification requested by Bob
 TUL08-402              Interchange. (2007 RTP, Table 3-14)
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Hull, Caltrans D 6 by email dated 12/19/00 and
 06-06332200                                                                                      Const                                                     9,080,000    39,430,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            at quarter report meeting on December 19, 2008.
 CITY/MEA                                                                                                                                                                                                   -EW Version 2 - 08/22/2008 ********
  0.00                  $ 68,650,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Prior            850,000
 Caltrans                                                                                                       850,000    3,950,000      11,300,000       13,120,000    39,430,000
                        FTIP Amend 3.00                                 21500000429               Total
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Current       67,800,000

                        Near Porterville on Scranton (Ave 136), from SR-65                        PE                        100,000                                                                         Other (Explain ==>)
                        to Indiana (Rd 240), on Indiana from Scranton to
                                                                                                  RW                       1,000,000                                                                        ******** Version 7 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL00-108              Gibbons (Ave 138).       Improvements a n d w i d e n
                                                                                                                                                                                                            8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
                        from 2 to 4 lanes.                                                        Const                    2,200,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1 -BG
 MEA                                                                                                                                                                                                        ******** Version 6 - 05/14/2008 ********
 0.00                   $ 3,300,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Prior
 Porterville, City of                                                                                                      3,300,000
                        FTIP Amend 3.00                                 11500000153               Total
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Current        3,300,000

                        Road 80 between Visalia & Dinuba widen from 2                             PE          4,707,000     200,000                                                                         Other (Explain ==>)
                        lanes to 4 lane expressway - Ave 304 (Goshen) to
                                                                                                  RW        12,417,000     1,100,000                                                                        ******** Version 8 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL00-102              Ave 416 (El Monte Way)
                                                                                                                                                                                                            8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
 06-4A0500              (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 2 of 2)                                         Const                    8,755,000                       38,300,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1 -BG
 ST-CASH/STP/MEA                                                                                                                                                                                            ******** Version 7 - 05/14/2008 ********
  0.00           $ 65,479,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Prior                        2,365,000     14,759,000
 Tulare County                                                                                              17,124,000    10,055,000                       38,300,000
                        FTIP Amend 3.00                                 11500000017               Total
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Current        2,200,000    46,155,000

                        Visalia to Tulare - Road 108 (Demaree Rd/Hillman                          PE            700,000     700,000                                                                         Other (Explain ==>)
                        St) from Leland Av e n u e t o C a l d w e l l A v e n u e -
                                                                                                  RW                       3,200,000                                                                        ******** Version 8 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL00-103              widen from 2 to 4 lanes
                                                                                                                                                                                                            8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
 06-4C0604              (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 2 of 2)                                         Const         500,000                   29,500,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1 -BG
 CO/ST-CASH/STP/MEA                                                                                                                                                                                         ******** Version 7 - 05/14/2008 ********
  0.00           $ 34,600,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Prior            850,000          70,000      280,000
 Tulare County                                                                                                1,200,000    3,900,000      29,500,000
                        FTIP Amend 3.00                                 11500000072               Total
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Current       33,400,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                                  2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
STIP / Regional Choice

 Route              Description
                                                                                                                                  Program Schedule                                               Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                                 (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                          Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ                 Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                             Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                             Prior Years                 Four Year Element
                    Status                                                Phase
                                                                                                    08/09        09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local          State     Federal

                     Visalia to Exeter on Ave 280 (Caldwell Ave/Visalia   PE          1,172,999                                                                                    Other (Explain ==>)
                    Rd) from Santa Fe to Orange, widen from 2 to 4
                                                                          RW                                        830,000                                                        ******** Version 6 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL00-010          lanes with improvements.
                                                                                                                                                                                   8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
 06-4C1564           (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 2 of 2)                    Const
                                                                                                                                                                                   FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1 -BG
 ST-CASH/MEA                                                                                                                                                                       ******** Version 5 - 05/15/2008 ********
 0.00               $ 2,002,999
                                                                                                                                                                                   Prior                        1,172,999
 Tulare County                                                                        1,172,999                     830,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                    11500000154        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                   Current          830,000

                    Near City of Visalia on Betty Dr. and Riggin Rd.,     PE            449,000                                                                                    Other (Explain ==>)
                    from SR-99 to Road 80, widen from 2 to 4-lns and
                                                                          RW             68,000                                                                                    ******** Version 7 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL02-101          realignment.
                                                                                                                                                                                   8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
                    (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 2 of 2)                     Const                                                                  7,500,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1 -BG
 ST-CASH/STP/MEA                                                                                                                                                                   ******** Version 6 - 05/14/2008 ********
 0.00            $ 8,017,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   Prior            390,000          15,000      112,000
 Tulare County                                                                          517,000                                                  7,500,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                    11500000155        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                   Current        7,500,000

                    Add new signalization and improve intersection at     PE            150,000                                                                                    Other (Explain ==>)
                    Ave 416 and Rd 56
                                                                          RW            150,000                                                                                    ******** Version 5 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL04-103          (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 2 of 2)
                                                                                                                                                                                   8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
                                                                          Const                   2,220,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1 -BG
 MEA                                                                                                                                                                               ******** Version 4 - 05/13/2008 ********
 0.00               $ 2,520,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   Prior            300,000
 Tulare County                                                                          300,000   2,220,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                    21500000192        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                   Current        2,220,000

                    Ave 416 (El Monte) from Rd 32 (County Line) to        PE                      2,300,000                                                                        Other (Explain ==>)
                    Rd 92 - widen from 2 lanes to 4 lanes expressway
                                                                          RW                      3,900,000                        400,000                                         ******** Version 3 - 08/22/2008
 TUL07-101          (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Page 2 of 2)
                                                                                                                                                                                   ********Description correction change from Rd
                                                                          Const                                                                 27,600,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   56 to Snyder (near Rd 88)(Ave 416 (El Monte)
 CITY/MEA                                                                                                                                                                          from Rd 56 to Snyder (near Rd 88)-widen from 2
 0.00               $ 34,200,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   Prior
 Tulare County                                                                                    6,200,000                        400,000      27,600,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                    21500000380        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                   Current       34,200,000

                    Plaza Drive widen from 2 to 4 and 6 lanes from        PE            615,000    800,000                                                                         Other (Explain ==>)
                    Airport Dr to Ave 304 (Goshen)
                                                                          RW            686,000    200,000                                                                         ******** Version 6 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL00-105          (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 2 of 2)
                                                                                                                                                                                   8/22 - Readdition of non-exempt project from 07
                                                                          Const                                  17,800,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   FTIP to 09 Interim FTIP Amend. 1 -BG
 ST-CASH/STP/MEA                                                                                                                                                                   ******** Version 5 - 05/14/2008 ********
 0.00            $ 20,101,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   Prior                          202,000      1,099,000
 Visalia, City of                                                                     1,301,000   1,000,000      17,800,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                    11500000076        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                   Current        2,780,000    16,020,000

                    Sante Fe Bridge - Removal of existing abandoned       PE                                                                                                       New Project
                    railroad bridge over SR198, replace with 5-lane
                                                                          RW                                                                                                       ******** Version 2 - 08/22/2008 ********
 TUL08-401          (middle left turn lane) vehicle access bridge
                                                                                                                                                                                   9/2 - funding moved to FY 08/09 and cost
                    (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 2 of 2)                     Const                   9,000,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   reduced from $12.6 mill to $9 mill -BG
 MEA                                                                                                                                                                               8/22 - Addition of non-exempt Measure R project
 0.00               $ 9,000,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   Prior
 Visalia, City of                                                                                 9,000,000
                    FTIP Amend 3.00                    21500000428        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                   Current        9,000,000




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Tulare County Association of Governments                               2009 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
San Joaquin Format (Highest Version)
STIP IRR-State

 Route            Description
                                                                                                                                Program Schedule                                              Change Description
 Postmile
 PIN
                                                                                                               (Construction costs escalated per Caltrans percentage)                         Project Comments
 Dist-EA
 Fund
 AQ               Total Escalated Cost                                                                                                                                             Funding Summary (Current & Prior Years)
 Lead                                                                          Prior Years                  Four Year Element
                  Status                                               Phase
                                                                                                   08/09       09/10            10/11           11/12            12/13   13/14                     Local         State      Federal

 198              Near Hanford from on Route 198 from 1.3 miles        PE          6,595,000     500,000                                                                         Other (Explain ==>)
 0.0/3.3          east of Route 43 in Kings County to 0.4 miles west
                                                                       RW        13,518,000    11,919,000                                                                        ******** Version 6 -12/29/08-Requested by Neil
 TUL00-120        of Route 99 near Visalia in Tulare County. Convert
                                                                                                                                                                                 Bretz (Caltrans Dist 6) at 1/4 report meeting on
 06-3568U0        to a four-lane expressway. (2007 RTP, Table 3-14)    Const                   86,763,000
                                                                                                                                                                                 12/19/08 to modify funding for IIP and TCRP
 DEMOT21/ST-CASH/DEMO-ST/CMIA                                                                                                                                                    funds, back up data sent via email dated
 0.00            $ 119,295,000
                                                                                                                                                                                 Prior                       20,113,000
 Caltrans                                                                        20,113,000    99,182,000
                  FTIP Amend 3.00                   11500000028        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                 Current                     96,642,000       2,540,000

 99               In Tulare and Fresno Counties from the Goshen        PE        10,202,000      188,000                                                                         Other (Explain ==>)
 41.3/R53.9       Overhead to Route 201. Widen from 4-lane to 6
                                                                       RW          2,434,000                                                                                     ******** Version 6-12/19/2008 Requested by
 TUL02-121        -lane freeway.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Philp Sanchez of Caltrans D 6 at quarter report
 06-32450K        (2007 RTP, Table 3-14, Pg 1 of 2)                    Const                                  160,000,000
                                                                                                                                                                                 meeting to add $188, 000 to PE.-EW -
 ST-CASH/DEMO-ST/BOND99                                                                                                                                                          08/22/2008 ********
  0.00           $ 172,824,000
                                                                                                                                                                                 Prior                         6,636,000      6,000,000
 Caltrans                                                                        12,636,000      188,000      160,000,000
                  FTIP Amend 3.00                   11500000083        Total
                                                                                                                                                                                 Current                    152,154,000       8,034,000




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                               ATTACHMENT 2

                        UPDATED FINANCIAL PLAN

1) Updated 2009 Interim TIP Financial Plan (Revenues, Expenditures, Revenues vs.
   Expenditures)

2) CTIPS Fund Type Report
                                                                                                                 State of California
                                                                                           2008/09-2011/12 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
                                                                                                                        MPO: DRAFT
                                                                                                                  AMENDMENT #3:
                                                                                                                                                              (Dollars X 1,000)
                                                      REVENUE SOURCES
                                                                                                                2008/09                     2009/10                     2010/11                      2011/12

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CURRENT
                                                                                                          Previous       Current      Previous      Current      Previous         Current      Previous      Current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
                    Sales Tax                                                                                    $87           $66          $169         $169           $585           $585          $486         $486         $1,306
                      -- City                                                                                     $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- County                                                                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Other (Transportation Development Act-LTF)                                              $87           $66          $169         $169           $585           $585          $486         $486         $1,306
                    Gas Tax                                                                                       $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Gas Tax (Subventions to Cities)                                                          $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Gas Tax (Subventions to Counties)                                                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
LOCAL




                    Other Local Funds                                                                         $11,977       $16,434        $5,155      $17,414         $3,149        $16,523         $307       $14,737       $65,108
                      -- City General Funds (& County General Funds)                                          $11,977       $14,974        $5,155      $17,414         $3,149        $16,523         $307       $14,737       $63,648
                      -- Street Taxes and Developer Fees                                                          $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Other (registration fees (AB434) and Prop 42, HBP Advance)                               $0         $1,460           $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0         $1,460
                    Transit                                                                                       $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Transit Fares                                                                            $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Other Transit (e.g., parcel/property taxes, parking revenue, etc)                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Tolls (e.g., non-state owned bridges)                                                         $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Other (Please Specify)                                                                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  Local Total                                                                                 $12,064       $16,500        $5,324      $17,583         $3,734        $17,108         $793       $15,223       $66,414
                    Tolls                                                                                         $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Bridge                                                                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Corridor                                                                                 $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
1
 REGIONAL




                    Regional Transit Fares/Measures                                                               $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Regional Sales Tax (Measure R)                                                            $21,420       $31,863       $32,110      $39,175            $0         $19,861       $75,994      $58,333      $149,232
                    Regional Bond Revenue                                                                         $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0       $15,000       $15,000
                    Regional Gas Tax                                                                              $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Vehicle Registration Fees (CARB Fees, SAFE)                                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Other (Please Specify)                                                                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  Regional Total                                                                              $21,420       $31,863       $32,110      $39,175            $0         $19,861       $75,994      $73,333      $164,232
                  State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP)                                      $1,237        $1,237       $10,448      $10,448        $26,454        $26,454           $0           $0        $38,139
                     SHOPP (Including Augmentation)                                                            $1,237        $1,237       $10,448      $10,448        $26,454        $26,454           $0           $0        $38,139
                     SHOPP Prior                                                                                  $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)                                             $34,070       $24,608       $16,020      $16,020        $38,300        $38,300       $16,930      $16,930       $95,858
                     STIP (Including Augmentation, RIP & IIP)                                                 $34,070       $24,608       $16,020      $16,020        $38,300        $38,300       $16,930      $16,930       $95,858
STATE




                     STIP Prior                                                                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      Proposition 1 B4 (CMIA $22,912 TC, $48,688 KC SR 198) SR 99, HRCSA                      $71,600       $71,600      $151,966     $151,966          $522         $25,690           $0        $5,413      $254,669
                     GARVEE Bonds                                                                                 $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Traffic Congestion Relief Program                                                        $13,147       $13,147           $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0        $13,147
                     State Transit Assistance (STA)
                                                                                                                  $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     (e.g., population/revenue based, Prop 42)
                     Other (Please specify)                                                                       $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  State Total                                                                                $120,054      $110,592      $178,434     $178,434        $65,276        $90,444       $16,930      $22,343      $401,813
                     Bus and Bus Related Grants (5309c)                                                           $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Clean Fuel Formula Program (5308)                                                            $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Elderly & Persons with Disabilities Formula Program (5310)                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Fixed Guideway Modernization (5309a)                                                         $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
FEDERAL TRANSIT




                     Intercity Bus (5311f)                                                                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (5316)                                              $133          $133            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0          $133
                     Metropolitan Planning (5303)                                                                 $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     New and Small Starts (Capital Investment Grants) (5309b)                                     $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     New Freedom (SAFETEA-LU) FTA 5317                                                           $67           $67            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0           $67
                     Nonurbanized Area Formula Program (5311)                                                  $1,062        $1,662         $623         $623           $551           $551            $0           $0         $2,836
                     Public Transportation on Indian Reservation (5311c)                                          $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Transit in the Parks (5320)                                                                  $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Urbanized Area Formula Program (5307)                                                     $4,668        $2,716        $2,849       $2,849         $1,147         $1,147         $300         $300         $7,012
                     Other                                                                                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  Federal Transit Total                                                                        $5,930        $4,578        $3,472       $3,472         $1,698         $1,698         $300         $300        $10,048
                                                                                                                      State of California
                                                                                           2008/09-2011/12 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
                                                                                                                             MPO: DRAFT
                                                                                                                       AMENDMENT #3:
                                                                                                                                                                                     (Dollars X 1,000)
                                                     REVENUE SOURCES
                                                                                                                     2008/09                                 2009/10                                 2010/11                                 2011/12

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         CURRENT
                                                                                                          Previous             Current            Previous             Current            Previous             Current            Previous             Current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          TOTAL
                      Federal Highway Non-Discretionary
                         Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ)                                               $4,224              $4,224              $4,300              $4,300              $4,378              $4,378              $4,456              $4,456      $17,358
                         Surface Transportation Program (Regional)                                                     $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Highway Bridge Program (HBP)                                                                  $0                  $0                 $18                 $18               $4,736              $4,736                 $0                  $0        $4,754
                         Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP, ER)                                               $531                $531                $919                $919                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0        $1,450
                         Railway (Section 130)                                                                         $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Safe Routes to School (SRTS) (SAFETEA-LU)-Federal                                             $0               $2,133                 $0                  $5                  $0                $706                  $0                  $0        $2,844
                         Safe Routes to School (SR2S)                                                                $760                $760                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0          $760
                        Transportation Improvements (TI)-STP enhancement (Loc TEA)                                   $309                $309                $792                $792                $611                $611                  $0                  $0        $1,712
                         Federal Lands Highway (Forest Highway Fund)                                            $10,230             $10,230                  $500                $500                $150                $150           $13,000             $13,000         $23,880
                         Other (Please specify)(Appropriation SAFETEA-LU Earmarks)                                  $2,900              $2,900                 $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0        $2,900
FEDERAL HIGHWAY




                      Subtotal                                                                                  $18,954             $21,087                 $6,529              $6,534              $9,875          $10,581             $17,456             $17,456         $55,658
                      Federal Highway Discretionary Programs
                         Bridge Discretionary Program                                                                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Corridor Infrastructure Improvement Program
                                                                                                                       $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1302)
                         Coordinated Border Infrastructure (SAFETEA-LU Sec.1303)                                       $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Ferry Boat Discretionary                                                                      $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         High Priority Projects (HPP)(TEA 21 Demo, HPP Fund Total)                                  $3,500              $3,180              $8,034              $8,034                 $0                  $0                  $0                  $0       $11,214
                         High Risk Rural Road (HRRR)                                                                 $272                $272                  $0                  $0                  $0                $304                  $0                  $0          $576
                         National Scenic Byways Program                                                                $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Projects of National/Regional Significance
                                                                                                                       $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1301)
                         Public Lands Highway Discretionary                                                            $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Recreational Trails                                                                         $160                $160                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0          $160
                         Transportation and Community and System Preservation Program                                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                          Other (BIA)                                                                                 $16                 $16                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0           $16
                      Subtotal                                                                                      $3,948              $3,628              $8,034              $8,034                 $0                $304                  $0                  $0       $11,966
                      Federal Highway Total                                                                     $22,902             $24,715             $14,563             $14,568                 $9,875          $10,885             $17,456             $17,456         $67,624
                                        2
                      FEDERAL TOTAL                                                                             $28,832             $29,293             $18,035             $18,040                $11,573          $12,583             $17,756             $17,756         $77,672
                        TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act)                               $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
3
 INNOVATIVE FINANCE




                         State Infrastructure Bank                                                                     $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Section 129 Loans                                                                             $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Rail Rehab & Improvement Financing                                                            $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Private Activity Bonds                                                                        $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Private Concession Fees                                                                       $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Private Donations                                                                             $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Program Income (from a federal project)                                                       $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                         Other (Please specify)                                                                        $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
                      Innovative Financing Total                                                                       $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0                  $0            $0
REVENUE TOTAL                                                                                            $182,370            $188,248            $233,903            $253,232            $80,583             $139,996            $111,473            $128,655               $710,131


                                                             NOTES:
                      1
                        Regional: Some MPOs may not have regional fund sources. In these cases, data would be shown as "zero" or not applicable.
                      2
                        Federal Total: Is the sum of federal highway and federal transit programs.
                      3
                        Innovative Finance: Toll revenues have been included under local and regional while GARVEE bond revenues are included under state.
                      4
                        Proposition 1B: Subtotal is a sum of funding for various programs funded under proposition 1B except for STIP Augmentation and SHOPP Augmentation
                                                                                                                 State of California
                                                                                           2008/09-2011/12 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
                                                                                                                        MPO: DRAFT
                                                                                                                 AMENDMENT #3 :
                                                                                                                                                              (Dollars X 1,000)
                                                            PROGRAMMED
                                                                                                                2008/09                     2009/10                     2010/11                      2011/12

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CURRENT
                                                                                                          Previous       Current      Previous      Current      Previous         Current      Previous      Current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
LOCAL




                  Local Total                                                                                  $8,564       $16,500        $5,324      $17,583         $2,054        $17,108         $793       $15,223       $66,414


                    Tolls                                                                                         $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Bridge                                                                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      -- Corridor                                                                                 $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
REGIONAL1




                    Regional Transit Fares/Measures                                                               $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Regional Sales Tax (Measure R)                                                             $4,100       $31,863           $0       $39,175            $0         $19,861         $494       $58,333      $149,232
                    Regional Bond Revenue                                                                         $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0       $15,000       $15,000
                    Regional Gas Tax                                                                              $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Vehicle Registration Fees (CARB Fees, SAFE)                                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Other (Please Specify)                                                                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  Regional Total                                                                               $4,100       $31,863           $0       $39,175            $0         $19,861         $494       $73,333      $164,232
                  State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP)                                      $1,237        $1,237       $10,448      $10,448        $26,454        $26,454           $0           $0        $38,139
                     SHOPP (Including Augmentation)                                                            $1,237        $1,237       $10,448      $10,448        $26,454        $26,454           $0           $0        $38,139
                     SHOPP Prior                                                                                  $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)                                              $2,060       $24,608           $0       $16,020            $0         $38,300       $10,300      $16,930       $95,858
                     STIP (Including Augmentation. RIP &IIP)                                                   $2,060       $24,608           $0       $16,020            $0         $38,300       $10,300      $16,930       $95,858
STATE




                     STIP Prior                                                                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      Proposition 1 B4 (CMIA $22,912 TC, $48,688 KC SR 198) SR 99, HRCSA                          $0        $71,600           $0      $151,966          $522         $25,690           $0        $5,413      $254,669
                     GARVEE Bonds                                                                                 $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Traffic Congestion Relief Program (State Cash Fund Total)                                    $0        $13,147           $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0        $13,147
                      State Transit Assistance (STA)
                                                                                                                  $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     (e.g., population/revenue based, Prop 42)
                     Other (Please specify)                                                                       $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  State Total                                                                                  $3,297      $110,592       $10,448     $178,434        $26,976        $90,444       $10,300      $22,343      $401,813
                     Bus and Bus Related Grants (5309c)                                                           $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Clean Fuel Formula Program (5308)                                                            $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Elderly & Persons with Disabilities Formula Program (5310)                                   $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Fixed Guideway Modernization (5309a)                                                         $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
FEDERAL TRANSIT




                     Intercity Bus (5311f)                                                                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (5316)                                              $133          $133            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0          $133
                     Metropolitan Planning (5303)                                                                 $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     New and Small Starts (Capital Investment Grants) (5309b)                                     $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     New Freedom (SAFETEA-LU) FTA 5317                                                           $67           $67            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0           $67
                     Nonurbanized Area Formula Program (5311)                                                  $1,062        $1,662         $623         $623           $551           $551            $0           $0         $2,836
                     Public Transportation on Indian Reservation (5311c)                                          $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Transit in the Parks (5320)                                                                  $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Urbanized Area Formula Program (5307)                                                     $4,668        $2,716        $2,849       $2,849         $1,147         $1,147         $300         $300         $7,012
                     Other                                                                                        $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                  Federal Transit Total                                                                        $5,930        $4,578        $3,472       $3,472         $1,698         $1,698         $300         $300        $10,048
                  Federal Highway Non-Discretionary
                    Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ)                                               $4,221        $4,221        $4,297       $4,297         $4,350         $4,350        $4,413       $4,413       $17,281
                    Surface Transportation Program (Regional)                                                     $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Highway Bridge Program (HBP)                                                                  $0            $0           $18          $18          $4,736         $4,736           $0           $0         $4,754
                    Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP, ER)                                               $531          $531          $919         $919             $0             $0            $0           $0         $1,450
                    Railway (Section 130)                                                                         $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                    Safe Routes to School (SRTS) (SAFETEA-LU)-Federal                                             $0         $2,133           $0           $5             $0           $706            $0           $0         $2,844
                    Safe Routes to School (SR2S)                                                                $760          $760            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0          $760
                    Transportation Improvements (TI)-(STP Enhancement-Local TEA)                                $309          $309          $792         $792           $611           $611            $0           $0         $1,712
                    Federal Lands Highway                                                                     $10,230       $10,230         $500         $500           $150           $150        $13,000      $13,000       $23,880
                    Other (Please specify)(Appropriation SAFETEA-LU Earmarks)                                     $0         $2,900           $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0         $2,900
FEDERAL HIGHWAY




                  Subtotal                                                                                    $16,051       $21,084        $6,526       $6,531         $9,847        $10,553       $17,413      $17,413       $55,581
                  Federal Highway Discretionary Programs
                     Bridge Discretionary Program                                                                 $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Corridor Infrastructure Improvement Program
                                                                                                                  $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1302)
                     Coordinated Border Infrastructure (SAFETEA-LU Sec.1303)                                      $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Ferry Boat Discretionary                                                                     $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     High Priority Projects (HPP)(TEA 21 Demo, HPP Fund Total)                                 $1,140        $3,180           $0        $8,034            $0             $0            $0           $0        $11,214
                     High Risk Rural Road (HRRR)                                                                $272          $272            $0           $0             $0           $304            $0           $0          $576
                     National Scenic Byways Program                                                               $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Projects of National/Regional Significance
                                                                                                                  $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1301)
                     Public Lands Highway Discretionary                                                           $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                     Recreational Trails                                                                        $160          $160            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0          $160
                     Transportation and Community and System Preservation Program                                 $0            $0            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0            $0
                      Other (BIA)                                                                                $16           $16            $0           $0             $0             $0            $0           $0           $16
                  Subtotal                                                                                     $1,588        $3,628           $0        $8,034            $0           $304            $0           $0        $11,966
                                                                                                                        State of California
                                                                                             2008/09-2011/12 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
                                                                                                                               MPO: DRAFT
                                                                                                                        AMENDMENT #3 :
                                                                                                                                                                                (Dollars X 1,000)
                                                          PROGRAMMED
                                                                                                                       2008/09                             2009/10                              2010/11                              2011/12

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              CURRENT
                                                                                                            Previous             Current         Previous            Current         Previous             Current         Previous             Current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
                      Federal Highway Total                                                                          $17,639          $24,712             $6,526          $14,565              $9,847          $10,857             $17,413          $17,413      $67,547
                                         2
                      FEDERAL TOTAL                                                                                  $23,569          $29,290             $9,998          $18,037             $11,545          $12,555             $17,713          $17,713      $77,595
                          TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act)                               $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
INNOVATIVE FINANCE3




                          State Infrastructure Bank                                                                      $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
                          Section 129 Loans                                                                              $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
                          Rail Rehab & Improvement Financing                                                             $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
                          Private Activity Bonds                                                                         $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
                          Private Concession Fees                                                                        $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
                          Private Donations                                                                              $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
                          Program Income (from a federal project)                                                        $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
                          Other (Please specify)                                                                         $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
                      Innovative Financing Total                                                                         $0               $0                 $0               $0                  $0               $0                  $0               $0            $0
PROGRAMMED TOTAL                                                                                           $39,530             $188,245         $25,770            $253,229         $40,575             $139,968         $29,300             $128,612            $710,054


                                                            NOTES:
                      1
                        Regional: Some MPOs may not have regional fund sources. In these cases, data would be shown as "zero" or not applicable.
                      2
                        Federal Total: Is the sum of federal highway and federal transit programs.
                      3
                        Innovative Finance: Toll revenues have been included under local and regional while GARVEE bond revenues are included under state.
                      4
                        Proposition 1B: Subtotal is a sum of funding for various programs funded under proposition 1B except for STIP Augmentation and SHOPP Augmentation
                                                                                                                 State of California
                                                                                           2008/09-2011/12 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
                                                                                                                        MPO: DRAFT
                                                                                                                  AMENDMENT #3:
                                                                                                                                                            (Dollars X 1,000)
                                             REVENUE Vs. PROGRAMMED
                                                                                                                2008/09                   2009/10                     2010/11                     2011/12

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      CURRENT
                                                                                                          Previous       Current    Previous      Current      Previous         Current     Previous      Current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       TOTAL
LOCAL




                  Local Total                                                                                  $3,500          $0           $0          $0           $1,680           $0            $0          $0          $0


                    Tolls                                                                                         $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                      -- Bridge                                                                                   $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                      -- Corridor                                                                                 $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
1
 REGIONAL




                    Regional Transit Fares/Measures                                                               $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Regional Sales Tax                                                                        $17,320          $0       $32,110         $0              $0            $0        $75,500         $0          $0
                    Regional Bond Revenue                                                                         $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Regional Gas Tax                                                                              $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Vehicle Registration Fees (CARB Fees, SAFE)                                                   $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Other (Please Specify)                                                                        $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                  Regional Total                                                                              $17,320          $0       $32,110         $0              $0            $0        $75,500         $0          $0
                  State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP)                                         $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     SHOPP (Including Augmentation)                                                               $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     SHOPP Prior                                                                                  $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                  State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)                                             $32,010          $0       $16,020         $0          $38,300           $0         $6,630         $0          $0
                     STIP (Including Augmentation)                                                            $32,010          $0       $16,020         $0          $38,300           $0         $6,630         $0          $0
STATE




                     STIP Prior                                                                                   $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                      Proposition 1 B4 (CMIA $22,912 TC, $48,688 KC SR 198) SR 99, HRCSA                      $71,600          $0      $151,966         $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     GARVEE Bonds                                                                                 $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Traffic Congestion Relief Program                                                        $13,147          $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     State Transit Assistance (STA)
                                                                                                                  $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     (e.g., population/revenue based, Prop 42)
                     Other (Please specify)                                                                       $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                  State Total                                                                                $116,757          $0      $167,986         $0          $38,300           $0         $6,630         $0          $0
                     Bus and Bus Related Grants (5309c)                                                           $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Clean Fuel Formula Program (5308)                                                            $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Elderly & Persons with Disabilities Formula Program (5310)                                   $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Fixed Guideway Modernization (5309a)                                                         $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
FEDERAL TRANSIT




                     Intercity Bus (5311f)                                                                        $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (5316)                                                $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Metropolitan Planning (5303)                                                                 $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     New and Small Starts (Capital Investment Grants) (5309b)                                     $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     New Freedom (SAFETEA-LU) FTA 5317                                                            $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Nonurbanized Area Formula Program (5311)                                                     $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Public Transportation on Indian Reservation (5311c)                                          $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Transit in the Parks (5320)                                                                  $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Urbanized Area Formula Program (5307)                                                        $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Other (Please specify)                                                                       $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                  Federal Transit Total                                                                           $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                  Federal Highway Non-Discretionary
                    Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ)                                                  $3           $3           $3          $3             $28            $28          $43          $43        $77
                    Surface Transportation Program (Regional)                                                     $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Highway Bridge Program (HBP)                                                                  $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)                                                     $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Railway (Section 130)                                                                         $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Safe Routes to School (SRTS) (SAFETEA-LU)                                                     $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Safe Routes to School (SR2S)                                                                  $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Transportation Improvements (TI)                                                              $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Federal Lands Highway                                                                         $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                    Other (Please specify)                                                                     $2,900          $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
FEDERAL HIGHWAY




                  Subtotal                                                                                     $2,903          $3           $3          $3             $28            $28          $43          $43        $77
                  Federal Highway Discretionary Programs
                     Bridge Discretionary Program                                                                 $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Corridor Infrastructure Improvement Program
                                                                                                                  $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1302)
                     Coordinated Border Infrastructure (SAFETEA-LU Sec.1303)                                      $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Ferry Boat Discretionary                                                                     $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     High Priority Projects (HPP)                                                              $2,360          $0        $8,034         $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     High Risk Rural Road (HRRR)                                                                  $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     National Scenic Byways Program                                                               $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Projects of National/Regional Significance
                                                                                                                  $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1301)
                     Public Lands Highway Discretionary                                                           $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Recreational Trails                                                                          $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                     Transportation and Community and System Preservation Program                                 $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                      Other (Please Specify)                                                                      $0           $0           $0          $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                  Subtotal                                                                                     $2,360          $0        $8,034         $0              $0            $0            $0          $0          $0
                                                                                                                  State of California
                                                                                             2008/09-2011/12 Federal Transportation Improvement Program
                                                                                                                         MPO: DRAFT
                                                                                                                   AMENDMENT #3:
                                                                                                                                                                (Dollars X 1,000)
                                               REVENUE Vs. PROGRAMMED
                                                                                                                  2008/09                    2009/10                        2010/11                   2011/12

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        CURRENT
                                                                                                            Previous      Current    Previous        Current       Previous         Current     Previous    Current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         TOTAL
                      Federal Highway Total                                                                     $5,263          $3          $8,037            $3            $28           $28         $43         $43        $77
                      FEDERAL TOTAL2                                                                            $5,263          $3          $8,037            $3            $28           $28         $43         $43        $77
                          TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act)                         $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                  3
INNOVATIVE FINANCE




                          State Infrastructure Bank                                                                $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                          Section 129 Loans                                                                        $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                          Rail Rehab & Improvement Financing                                                       $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                          Private Activity Bonds                                                                   $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                          Private Concession Fees                                                                  $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                          Private Donations                                                                        $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                          Program Income (from a federal project)                                                  $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                          Other (Please specify)                                                                   $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0
                      Innovative Financing Total                                                                   $0           $0             $0             $0             $0           $0           $0         $0          $0


                                                             NOTES:
                      1
                        Regional: Some MPOs may not have regional fund sources. In these cases, data would be shown as "zero" or not applicable.
                      2
                        Federal Total: Is the sum of federal highway and federal transit programs.
                      3
                        Innovative Finance: Toll revenues have been included under local and regional while GARVEE bond revenues are included under state.
                      4
                        Proposition 1B: Subtotal is a sum of funding for various programs funded under proposition 1B except for STIP Augmentation and SHOPP Augmentation
                                 ATTACHMENT 3

                              2007 RTP Amendment #1

1) Table 4-1a: Year of Expenditure Summary

2) Table 3-13: Local Funded Roads

3) Table 3-14: Constrained Capacity Increasing Projects

4) Table 4-14: Revenues

5) Table 4-15: Expenditures

6) Table 4-16: Revenues vs. Expenditures
                                                                                Table 4-1a
                                                 Year of Expenditure Revenues/Expenditures Summary
Table 3-13      Column 15 was added to show year of expenditure $ (in thousands) using a 3% per year escalation rate.
Table 3-14      Column 15 was added to show year of expenditure $ (in thousands) using a 3% per year escalation rate.
                Note: Projects that are included in the FTIP were already listed in escalated $ in the orginial RTP Table 3-14 and were not escalated
                further in column 15.
Table 4-14      Local
                Gas Tax - Escalated figures from existing RTP Table 4.4 were used.
                Other Local Funds - 3% per year escalation.
                Transit Fares - 3% per year escalation.
                Regional
                Measure R - 5% per year escalation using an estimated $26 million in 2007/08 as the baseline.
                Note: From 2000 to 2006, sales tax growth in Tulare County has averaged 7% per year.
                State
                SHOPP - Escalated figures from existing RTP Table 4-2 were used.
                RTIP - Existing 2008 STIP and STIP Augmentation figures were used. $30 million was assumed as the baseline for the 2010 STIP
                with a 3% escalation per year thereafter.
                TE - Escalated figures from existing RTP Table 4-12 were used.
                ITIP - Existing ITIP programming is included with a 3% escalation factor per year using the 2007/12 total as the baseline.
                STA - Escalated figures from existing STA Table 4-6 were used.
                Other Prop 1B Bonds - Existing programming from CMIA and SR99 is indicated with an additional $8 million estimated from State-
                Local Partnership Program
                Federal Transit
                5310 - 3% per year escalation.
                5311 - Escalated figures from existing RTP Table 4-9 were used.
                5307 - Escalated figures from existing RTP Table 4-8 were used.
                Federal Highway
                CMAQ - Escalated figures from existing RTP Table 4-11 were used.
                STP - Escalated figures from existing RTP Table 4-13 were used.
                Highway Bridge Rehabilitation - 3% per year escalation.
                Safe Route to Schools - 3% per year escalation based on 2007/12 total.
                Federal Lands Highway - 3% per year escalation based on 2007/12 total.
                Bridge Discretionary Program - 3% per year escalation based on 2007/12 total.
                Note: Figures are rounded to nearest $1 million. Funding types of $0 are a result of rounding amounts less than $500,000.
Table 4-15      State money was assumed to be expended before Measure R. Using the escalated figures from the project list in Table 3-14,
                expenditures were calculated per fiscal year from 2007 to 2012 and per the 5 and 10 year periods from 2012 to 2037.
Table 4-16      Surpluses and deficits in the Measure R sales tax funding are shown. While some years and time periods show a deficit, there is
                never a running deficit because of surpluses from previous years.
Note: The TCAG Board has approved short term lending up to 5 years and up to $20 million per year. In addition, the Board approved bonding of up to $100 million. This potential of
using future Measure R capacity has not been fully included in the escalated revenue figures ($15m in bonding is shown in FY11/12).
                                                                                                                     Table 3-13
                                                                                                            LOCAL FUNDED ROADS
                                                                                             Constrained Capacity Increasing Projects for Inclusion in the
                                                                                                  Tulare County 2007 Regional Transportation Plan
      RTP              CTIPS                                                                                                                                                         Type of       Exempt                               Year(s)                            Fund        Cost        Cost
     Project          Project     Jurisdiction    NA                 Facility                     Project Scope                                   Length                         Improvement       Status   RS   OT                    modeled                             Type      Constant     Year of
       ID#              ID#                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Expend.
        1                2              3          4                      5                                 6                                          7                                8            9      10   11                          12                              13         14          15




                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2010
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2014
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2020
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2023
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2030
                                                                                                            CITY OF DINUBA - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
  DI-RTP07-001          NA           Dinuba       SJV Ventura St.                       Construct new roadway             M St. to Uruapan Dr.; .1 mi.                     New 2-lane, local St.     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       RDA         $450        $450
  DI-RTP07-002          NA           Dinuba       SJV Saginaw St.                       Construct new roadway             Alta Ave to Rd. 72; .3 mi.                       New 2-lane, local St.     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x      RDA; Pvt     $800        $800
  DI-RTP07-003          NA           Dinuba       SJV Rd. 72                            Construct new roadway             Sierra to Kamm Ave; .6 mi.                       New 2-lane, local St.     0      Y    2008    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       RDA         $600        $600
  DI-RTP07-004          NA           Dinuba       SJV East Crawford                     Construct new roadway             Nebraska to Davis; .3 mi.                        New 2-lane, local St.     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Private     $90          $90
  DI-RTP07-005          NA           Dinuba       SJV Nebraska                          Construct new roadway             Marks Drive to Crawford; .4 mi.                  New 2-lane, local St.     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Private     $300        $300
  DI-RTP07-006          NA           Dinuba       SJV West Crawford                     Construct new roadway             Nebraska to Davis; .3 mi.                        New 2-lane, local St.     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Private     $90          $90
  DI-RTP07-007          NA           Dinuba       SJV Crawford                          Construct new roadway             Golden Way to Kamm; .5 mi.                       New 2-lane, local St.     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Private     $200        $200
  DI-RTP07-008          NA           Dinuba       SJV Kamm Ave                          Construct new roadway             Crawford to Railroad; .5 mi.                     New 2-lane, local St.     0      Y    2008    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Private     $200        $200
  DI-RTP07-009          NA           Dinuba       SJV Kamm/Rd 72                        Kamm at Rd 72                     Kamm at Rd 72                                    Traffic Signal                        2014                                                      RDA         $250        $299
  DI-RTP07-010          NA           Dinuba       SJV Kamm/Crawford                     Kamm at Crawford                  Kamm at Crawford                                 Traffic Signal                        2007                                                     City/Pvt     $250        $250
  DI-RTP07-011          NA           Dinuba       SJV Crawford/Nebraska                 Crawford at Nebraska              Crawford at Nebraska                             Traffic Signal                        2008                                                     City/Pvt     $250        $250
  DI-RTP07-012          NA           Dinuba       SJV Nebraska/Rd. 72                   Nebraska at Rd. 72                Nebraska at Rd. 72                               Traffic Signal                        2010                                                     City/Pvt     $250        $265
  DI-RTP07-013          NA           Dinuba       SJV M St./Tulare                      M St. at Tulare                   M St. at Tulare                                  Traffic Signal                        2010                                                     City/Pvt     $250        $265
  DI-RTP07-014          NA           Dinuba       SJV Lincoln/H St. at M St.            Lincoln/H St. at El Monte Way     Lincoln/H St. at El Monte Way                    Traffic Signal                        2008                                                     STIP/MR      $250        $250
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      $4,230       $4,309

                                                                                                          CITY OF EXETER - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
No projects        No projects


                                                                                                CITY OF FARMERSVILLE - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
 FA-RTP07-001           NA         Farmersville   SJV Farmersville Blvd.                Farmersville Blvd.                Walnut Ave to Noble Ave. - 1 miles               Widen to 4-lanes          0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x     Measure R     $900        $955
 FA-RTP07-002           NA         Farmersville   SJV Walnut Ave. & Freedom Dr.         Walnut Ave. & Freedom Dr.         Walnut Ave. & Freedom Dr.                        Traffic Signal            0      Y    2009    x      x      x      x      x      x      x     Measure R     $350        $361
 FA-RTP07-003           NA         Farmersville   SJV Hacienda Ave. & Visalia Rd.       Hacienda Ave. & Visalia Rd.       Hacienda Ave. & Visalia Rd.                      Traffic Signal            0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x     Pvt - RDA     $350        $394
 FA-RTP07-004           NA         Farmersville   SJV Visalia Road & Steven             Visalia Road & Steven             Visalia Road & Steven                            Traffic Signal            0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x     Pvt - RDA     $350        $371
 FA-RTP07-005           NA         Farmersville   SJV Walnut Ave. & Ventura             Walnut Ave. & Ventura             Walnut Ave. & Ventura                            Traffic Signal            0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x     Pvt - RDA     $300        $338
 FA-RTP07-006           NA         Farmersville   SJV Farmersville Blvd. & Noble Ave.   Farmersville Blvd. & Noble Ave.   Farmersville Blvd. & Noble Ave.                  Traffic Signal            0      Y    2009    x      x      x      x      x      x      x     Measure R     $350        $361
 FA-RTP07-007           NA         Farmersville   SJV Railroad crossing                 Railroad crossing                 Hacienda Ave.                                    Railroad crossing         0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x     Pvt - RDA     $125        $133
 FA-RTP07-008           NA         Farmersville   SJV Farmersville Industrial Parkway   Farmersville Industrial Parkway   Farmersville Blvd. to Hacienda Ave. - .4 miles   New 2 lane roadway        0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x     Pvt - RDA     $400        $492
 FA-RTP07-009           NA         Farmersville   SJV Hacienda Ave. & Walnut Ave.       Hacienda Ave. & Walnut Ave.       Hacienda Ave. & Walnut Ave.                      Traffic Signal            0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x     Pvt - RDA     $350        $430
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      $3,475       $3,834

                                                                                                          CITY OF LINDSAY - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
No Projects        No Projects


                                                                                                    CITY OF WOODLAKE - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
No Projects        No Projects




               Key: C=collector, E=expressway,                                                                                                                                                                                                                           09_New 2007 RTP Tables
               F=freeway, #=lanes                                                                                                           Page 1 of 4                                                                                                                               1/21/2009
                                                                                                           Table 3-13
                                                                                                  LOCAL FUNDED ROADS
                                                                                   Constrained Capacity Increasing Projects for Inclusion in the
                                                                                        Tulare County 2007 Regional Transportation Plan
    RTP             CTIPS                                                                                                                                       Type of         Exempt                               Year(s)                            Fund        Cost        Cost
  Project          Project     Jurisdiction    NA                  Facility             Project Scope                               Length                  Improvement         Status   RS   OT                    modeled                             Type      Constant     Year of
    ID#              ID#                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Expend.
     1                2              3          4                      5                           6                                    7                              8          9      10   11                          12                             13          14          15




                                                                                                                                                                                                     2010
                                                                                                                                                                                                            2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2014
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2020
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2023
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2030
                                                                                        CITY OF PORTERVILLE - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
PO-RTP07-001         NA          Porterville   SJV Westwood St.               Widen existing roadway       Henderson Ave. to Westfield Ave; .5 mi.    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2009    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,100       $1,133
PO-RTP07-002         NA          Porterville   SJV Jaye St.                   Construct new roadway        Montgomery Ave. to Gibbons Ave.; .7 mi.    New 2-lane; local St.       0      Y    2008    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,500       $1,500
PO-RTP07-003         NA          Porterville   SJV Main St.                   Widen existing roadway       Henderson Ave. to Westfield Ave.; .6 mi.   Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,400       $1,485
PO-RTP07-004         NA          Porterville   SJV Jaye St.                   Widen existing roadway       Orange Ave. to State Route 190; .6 mi.     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2008    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,300       $1,300
PO-RTP07-005         NA          Porterville   SJV Gibbons Ave.               Widen existing roadway       Jaye St. to Indiana St.; .5 mi.            Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,000       $1,061
PO-RTP07-006         NA          Porterville   SJV Main St.                   Widen existing roadway       Yates Ave. to Gibbons Ave.; .2 mi.         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2011           x      x      x      x      x      x       Local       $400        $437
PO-RTP07-007         NA          Porterville   SJV Orange Ave/"D" St.         Orange Ave at "D" St.        Orange Ave at "D" St.                      Traffic Signal                          2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local       $150        $159
PO-RTP07-008         NA          Porterville   SJV Main St/Linda Vista Ave    Main St at Linda Vista Ave   Main St at Linda Vista Ave                 Traffic Signal                          2021                                       x      x       Local       $150        $220
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    7,000       7,296

                                                                                               CITY OF TULARE - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
TU-RTP07-001         NA           Tulare       SJV E St. / Maple Ave.         E St. at Maple Ave.          "E" St. at Maple Ave.                      Traffic Signal                          2010                                                      Local       $260        $276
TU-RTP07-002         NA           Tulare       SJV E St. / Prosperity Ave.    E St. at Prosperity Ave.     "E" St. at Prosperity Ave.                 Traffic Signal                          2010                                                      Local       $350        $371
TU-RTP07-003         NA           Tulare       SJV E St. / Inyo Ave.          E St. at Inyo Ave.           "E" St. at Inyo Ave.                       Traffic Signal                          2004                                                      Local       $180        $180
TU-RTP07-004         NA           Tulare       SJV Blackstone Drive           Widen existing roadway       Paige Ave. to "K" St.; 1 mi.               Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local       $700        $861
TU-RTP07-005         NA           Tulare       SJV Laspina St. / Paige Ave.   Laspina St. / Paige Ave.     Laspina St. at Paige Ave.                  Traffic Signal                          2010                                                      Local       $250        $265
TU-RTP07-007         NA           Tulare       SJV Bardsley Ave.              Widen existing roadway       West St. to Pratt St.; 05 mi.              Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $380        $628
TU-RTP07-008         NA           Tulare       SJV Bardsley Ave.              Widen existing roadway       "H" St. to SPRR; .3 mi                     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $190        $314
TU-RTP07-009         NA           Tulare       SJV Bardsley Ave.              Widen existing roadway       "O" St. to "R" St.; .3 mi.                 Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $130        $215
TU-RTP07-010         NA           Tulare       SJV Bardsley Ave.              Widen existing roadway       Irwin St. to Mooney Blvd.; .3 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $190        $314
TU-RTP07-011         NA           Tulare       SJV Bardsley Ave.              Widen existing roadway       Mooney Blvd. to Oakmore St.; .9 mi.        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $950        $1,570
TU-RTP07-012         NA           Tulare       SJV Cross Ave.                 Widen existing roadway       "B" St. to "I" St.; .5 mi.                 Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $405        $669
TU-RTP07-013         NA           Tulare       SJV Cross Ave.                 Widen existing roadway       "O" St. to Blackstone St.; .7 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $500        $826
TU-RTP07-014         NA           Tulare       SJV Cross Ave.                 Widen existing roadway       Tulare Drive to West St.; .5 mi.           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $380        $628
TU-RTP07-015         NA           Tulare       SJV Cross Ave.                 Widen existing roadway       Constitution St. to Mooney Blvd.; .2 mi.   Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $130        $215
TU-RTP07-016         NA           Tulare       SJV Cross Ave.                 Construct new roadway        Mooney Blvd. to 1/4 mile east; .3 mi.      New Construction            0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $270        $446
TU-RTP07-017         NA           Tulare       SJV Prosperity Ave.            Widen existing roadway       Enterprise St. to "J" St.; 1.8 mi.         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,850       $3,058
TU-RTP07-018         NA           Tulare       SJV Prosperity Ave.            Widen existing roadway       Oaks St. to West William St.; .2 mi.       Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $145        $240
TU-RTP07-019         NA           Tulare       SJV Prosperity Ave.            Widen existing roadway       Brentwood St. to Mooney Blvd.; .8 mi.      Widen from 4 to 6 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local      $2,000       $2,460
TU-RTP07-020         NA           Tulare       SJV Prosperity Ave.            Widen existing roadway       Mooney Blvd. to Oakmore St.; .9 mi.        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,600       $2,645
TU-RTP07-021         NA           Tulare       SJV Cartmill Ave.              Widen existing roadway       "J" St. to Mooney Blvd.; 2.4 mi.           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $3,300       $5,454
TU-RTP07-022         NA           Tulare       SJV Paige Ave.                 Widen existing roadway       West St. to Foster Drive; 2.5 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $2,600       $4,297
TU-RTP07-023         NA           Tulare       SJV Foster Drive               Widen existing roadway       Paige Ave. to Mooney Blvd.; .6 mi.         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $870        $1,438
TU-RTP07-024         NA           Tulare       SJV West St.                   Widen existing roadway       Bardsley Ave. to Sonora Ave.; .3 mi.       Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $800        $1,322
TU-RTP07-025         NA           Tulare       SJV West St.                   Widen existing roadway       Inyo Ave. to Pacific Ave.; 2.5 mi.         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $2,400       $3,967
TU-RTP07-026         NA           Tulare       SJV "E" St.                    Widen existing roadway       Bardsley Ave. to Pacific Ave.; 3.5 mi.     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,700       $2,810
TU-RTP07-027         NA           Tulare       SJV "K" St.                    Widen existing roadway       SR 99 to Paige Ave.; 1.3 mi.               Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $550        $909
TU-RTP07-028         NA           Tulare       SJV "J" St.                    Widen existing roadway       Lynn Ave. to Cartmill Ave.; .8 mi.         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $570        $942
TU-RTP07-029         NA           Tulare       SJV "M" St.                    Widen existing roadway       Tulare Ave. to Cartmill Ave.; 2.4 mi.      Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,800       $2,975
TU-RTP07-030         NA           Tulare       SJV "O" St.                    Widen existing roadway       Tulare Ave. to Cross Ave.; .4 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $110        $182
TU-RTP07-031         NA           Tulare       SJV Blackstone St.             Widen existing roadway       Paige Ave. to Bardsley Ave.; 1 mi.         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local       $220        $271
TU-RTP07-032         NA           Tulare       SJV Laspina St.                Widen existing roadway       Paige Ave. to Aspen Ave.; .2 mi.           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local       $145        $178


            Key: C=collector, E=expressway,                                                                                                                                                                                                           09_New 2007 RTP Tables
            F=freeway, #=lanes                                                                                                 Page 2 of 4                                                                                                                         1/21/2009
                                                                                                              Table 3-13
                                                                                                     LOCAL FUNDED ROADS
                                                                                      Constrained Capacity Increasing Projects for Inclusion in the
                                                                                           Tulare County 2007 Regional Transportation Plan
    RTP             CTIPS                                                                                                                                                   Type of         Exempt                               Year(s)                            Fund        Cost        Cost
  Project          Project     Jurisdiction   NA                   Facility                Project Scope                                 Length                         Improvement         Status   RS   OT                    modeled                             Type      Constant     Year of
    ID#              ID#                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Expend.
     1                2             3          4                      5                            6                                            7                                  8          9      10   11                          12                             13          14          15




                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2010
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2014
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2020
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2023
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2030
TU-RTP07-033         NA           Tulare      SJV Laspina St.                    Widen existing roadway          Tulare Ave. to Rails to Trails (SPRR); .3 mi.    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $245        $405
TU-RTP07-034         NA           Tulare      SJV Mooney Blvd.                   Widen existing roadway          Foster Drive to Tulare Ave.; 1.7 mi.             Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local      $2,700       $3,321
TU-RTP07-035         NA           Tulare      SJV Inyo Ave. / West St.           Inyo Ave. at West St.           Inyo Ave. @ West St.                             Traffic Signal                          2015                                                      Local       $200        $246
TU-RTP07-036         NA           Tulare      SJV Cross Ave. / Mooney Blvd       Cross Ave. at Mooney Blvd       Cross Ave. @ Mooney Blvd (SR 63)                 Traffic Signal                          2010                                                      Local       $250        $265
TU-RTP07-037         NA           Tulare      SJV Prosperity Ave. / West St.     Prosperity Ave. at West St.     Prosperity Ave. @ West St.                       Traffic Signal                          2015                                                      Local       $250        $307
TU-RTP07-038         NA           Tulare      SJV Cartmill Ave. / "J" St.        Cartmill Ave. at "J" St.        Cartmill Ave. @ "J" St.                          Traffic Signal                          2015                                                      Local       $250        $307
TU-RTP07-039         NA           Tulare      SJV Cartmill Ave. / Oaks St.       Cartmill Ave. at Oaks St.       Cartmill Ave. @ "M" St.                          Traffic Signal                          2010                                                      Local       $250        $265
TU-RTP07-040         NA           Tulare      SJV Cartmill Ave. / Laspina St.    Cartmill Ave. at Laspina St.    Cartmill Ave. @ De La Vina                       Traffic Signal                          2007                                                      Local       $250        $250
TU-RTP07-041         NA           Tulare      SJV Pleasant Ave. / "E" St.        Pleasant Ave. at "E" St.        Pleasant Ave. @ "E" St.                          Traffic Signal                          2025                                                      Local       $180        $298
TU-RTP07-042         NA           Tulare      SJV Turner Drive                   Widen existing roadway          Foster Drive to Southern CL; .5 mi.              Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local       $530        $652
TU-RTP07-043         NA           Tulare      SJV Tulare Drive                   Widen existing roadway          Cross Ave. to West St.; .7 mi.                   Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,500       $2,479
TU-RTP07-044         NA           Tulare      SJV Levin Ave.                     Construct new roadway           Mooney Blvd. to Oakmore; .9 mi.                  New Construction            0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $750        $1,240
TU-RTP07-045         NA           Tulare      SJV Tulare Ave.                    Widen existing roadway          West St. to "J" St.; 1.2 mi.                     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $870        $1,438
TU-RTP07-046         NA           Tulare      SJV SR 137 (Tulare Ave.)           SR 137 (Tulare Ave.)            SR 99 to Mooney Blvd (SR 63); .9 mi.             Rehabilitation                          2015                                                      Local       $700        $861
TU-RTP07-047         NA           Tulare      SJV Elk Bayou / "K" St.            Widen existing roadway          Bridge over Elk Bayou Creek                      Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $320        $529
TU-RTP07-048         NA           Tulare      SJV Eastgate Ave. / Canal          Construct new roadway           Bridge over TID Canal                            New Construction            0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $80         $132
TU-RTP07-049         NA           Tulare      SJV Alpine Ave. / Canal            Construct new roadway           Bridge over TID Canal                            New Construction            0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $80         $132
TU-RTP07-050         NA           Tulare      SJV Levin Ave. / Canal             Construct new roadway           Bridge over TID Canal                            New Construction            0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $80         $132
TU-RTP07-051         NA           Tulare      SJV Paige Ave. / Canal             Widen existing roadway          Bridge over TID Canal                            Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $160        $264
TU-RTP07-052         NA           Tulare      SJV Cartmill Ave.                  Widen existing roadway          Mooney Blvd. to Oakmore; .9 mi.                  Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,050       $1,735
TU-RTP07-053         NA           Tulare      SJV Cartmill Ave.                  Widen existing roadway          West St. to "J" St.; .6 mi.                      Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,050       $1,735
TU-RTP07-054         NA           Tulare      SJV Enterprise St.                 Widen existing roadway          S.of Bardsley Ave. to Prosperity Ave.; 2.5 mi.   Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,850       $3,058
TU-RTP07-055         NA           Tulare      SJV West St.                       Widen existing roadway          Paige Ave. to Bardsley Ave.; 1 mi.               Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,380       $2,281
TU-RTP07-056         NA           Tulare      SJV Blackstone St.                 Widen existing roadway          Lyndale Ave. to Bardsley Ave.; 1.5 mi.           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2020                                x      x      x       Local      $1,140       $1,625
TU-RTP07-057         NA           Tulare      SJV Bardsley Ave.                  Widen existing roadway          Enterprise St. to West St.; 1 mi.                Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,500       $2,479
TU-RTP07-058         NA           Tulare      SJV Cartmill Ave.                  Cartmill Ave.                   SPRR Over crossing                               RR Over crossing                        2025                                                      Local      $5,500       $9,091
TU-RTP07-059         NA           Tulare      SJV Pleasant Ave.                  Construct new roadway           SPRR at Grade Crossing                           New Construction            0      Y    2025                                              x       Local       $300        $496
TU-RTP07-060         NA           Tulare      SJV Blackstone Dr. / "K" St.       Blackstone Dr. at "K" St.       Blackstone Drive @ "K" St.                       Traffic Signal                          2025                                                      Local       $180        $298
TU-RTP07-061         NA           Tulare      SJV Bardsley Ave. / West St.       Bardsley Ave. at West St.       Bardsley Ave. @ West St.                         Traffic Signal                          2015                                                      Local       $180        $221
TU-RTP07-062         NA           Tulare      SJV Tulare Ave. / Enterprise St.   Tulare Ave. at Enterprise St.   Tulare Ave. @ Enterprise St.                     Traffic Signal                          2020                                                      Local       $200        $285
TU-RTP07-063         NA           Tulare      SJV Tulare Ave. / Oakmore St.      Tulare Ave. at Oakmore St.      Tulare Ave. @ Oakmore St.                        Traffic Signal                          2020                                                      Local       $200        $285
TU-RTP07-064         NA           Tulare      SJV Paige Ave. / Blackstone St.    Paige Ave. at Blackstone St.    Paige Ave. @ Blackstone St.                      Traffic Signal                          2010                                                      Local       $350        $371
TU-RTP07-065         NA           Tulare      SJV Prosperity Ave. / Cherry St.   Prosperity Ave. at Cherry St.   Prosperity Ave. @ Cherry St.                     Traffic Signal                          2004                                                      Local       $250        $250
TU-RTP07-066         NA           Tulare      SJV Inyo Ave. / Enterprise St.     Inyo Ave. at Enterprise St.     Inyo Ave. @ Enterprise St.                       Traffic Signal                          2025                                                      Local       $200        $331
TU-RTP07-067         NA           Tulare      SJV Tulare Ave. / "E" St.          Tulare Ave. at "E" St.          Tulare Ave. @ "E" St.                            Traffic Signal                          2010                                                      Local       $270        $286
TU-RTP07-068         NA           Tulare      SJV Prosperity Ave. / Oaks St.     Prosperity Ave. at Oaks St.     Prosperity Ave. @ Oaks St.                       Traffic Signal                          2015                                                      Local       $210        $258
TU-RTP07-069         NA           Tulare      SJV Merritt Ave. / Cherry St.      Merritt Ave. at Cherry St.      Merritt Ave. @ Cherry St.                        Traffic Signal                          2015                                                      Local       $200        $246
TU-RTP07-070         NA           Tulare      SJV Pratt St.                      Widen existing roadway          Paige Ave. to Alpine Ave.; 1.2 mi.               Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,200       $1,983
TU-RTP07-071         NA           Tulare      SJV Bardsley Ave.                  Bardsley Ave.                   Bardsley Ave. Corridor; 1.7 mi.                  Signal Coordination                     2008                                                      Local       $60          $60
TU-RTP07-072         NA           Tulare      SJV Merritt Ave. / M St.           Merritt Ave. at M St.           Merritt Ave. @ "M" St.                           Traffic Signal                          2015                                                      Local       $180        $221
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               $53,020     $82,049




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                                                                                                                            Table 3-13
                                                                                                                   LOCAL FUNDED ROADS
                                                                                                    Constrained Capacity Increasing Projects for Inclusion in the
                                                                                                         Tulare County 2007 Regional Transportation Plan
      RTP              CTIPS                                                                                                                                         Type of          Exempt                               Year(s)                            Fund        Cost        Cost
     Project          Project     Jurisdiction     NA                  Facility                          Project Scope                             Length         Improvement         Status   RS   OT                    modeled                             Type      Constant     Year of
       ID#              ID#                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Expend.
        1                2              3           4                      5                                    6                                     7                  8              9      10   11                          12                              13         14          15




                                                                                                                                                                                                           2010
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2014
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                2017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       2020
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2023
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2030
                                                                                                               CITY OF VISALIA - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
  VI-RTP07-001          NA           Visalia       SJV Ben Maddox Way                          Widen existing roadway    Main to Houston; .8 mi.            Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $5,380       $5,708
  VI-RTP07-002          NA           Visalia       SJV Houston Ave.                            Widen existing roadway    Ben Maddox to Lovers Lane; 1 mi.   Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,530       $1,623
  VI-RTP07-003          NA           Visalia       SJV Houston Ave.                            Widen existing roadway    Santa Fe to Ben Maddox; .5 mi.     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,500      $1,500
  VI-RTP07-004          NA           Visalia       SJV Hurley Ave.                             Widen existing roadway    Shirk to Akers; 1 mi.              Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local       $884        $938
  VI-RTP07-005          NA           Visalia       SJV Murray Ave.                             Widen existing roadway    Giddings to Santa Fe; 1 mi.        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,500       $1,591
  VI-RTP07-006          NA           Visalia       SJV Santa Fe St.                            Widen existing roadway    K St to Tulare; .9 mi.             Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $2,000       $2,122
  VI-RTP07-007          NA           Visalia       SJV Santa Fe St.                            Widen existing roadway    Tulare to Houston; 1.5 mi.         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $5,680       $6,026
  VI-RTP07-008          NA           Visalia       SJV Tulare Ave.                             Widen existing roadway    Encina to Church; .2 mi            Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local       $750        $796
  VI-RTP07-009          NA           Visalia       SJV Walnut Ave.                             Widen existing roadway    Yale to Central; .2 mi.            Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $2,660      $2,660
  VI-RTP07-010          NA           Visalia       SJV Caldwell Ave.                           Widen existing roadway    Akers to Demaree; 1 mi.            Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,220       $1,294
  VI-RTP07-011          NA           Visalia       SJV Caldwell Ave.                           Widen existing roadway    Stonebrook to Santa Fe; 1 mi.      Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,680      $1,680
  VI-RTP07-012          NA           Visalia       SJV Court St.                               Widen existing roadway    Walnut to Tulare; .4 mi.           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,000       $1,061
  VI-RTP07-013          NA           Visalia       SJV Ferguson Ave.                           Widen existing roadway    Plaza to Kelsey; .5 mi.            Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local       $570        $605
  VI-RTP07-014          NA           Visalia       SJV Houston Ave.                            Widen existing roadway    Demaree to Mooney; .9 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,280      $1,280
  VI-RTP07-015          NA           Visalia       SJV Houston Ave.                            Widen existing roadway    Mooney to Santa Fe: 1.5 mi.        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $3,000       $3,183
  VI-RTP07-016          NA           Visalia       SJV McAuliff St.                            Widen existing roadway    Walnut to Noble; .9 mi.            Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2008    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,080      $1,080
  VI-RTP07-017          NA           Visalia       SJV Mooney Boulevard                        Widen existing roadway    Goshen to Houston; .4 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local       $690        $732
  VI-RTP07-018          NA           Visalia       SJV Demaree St.                             Widen existing roadway    Goshen to Riggin; 1.2 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2007    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $1,450      $1,450
  VI-RTP07-019          NA           Visalia       SJV Hurley Ave.                             Widen existing roadway    Akers to Chinowth; .7 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local      $1,200       $1,476
  VI-RTP07-020          NA           Visalia       SJV Tulare Ave.                             Widen existing roadway    Crowe to Central                   Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local       $500        $615
  VI-RTP07-021          NA           Visalia       SJV Demaree St.                             Widen existing roadway    Riggin to Ave 320; 1 mi.           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,630       $2,694
  VI-RTP07-022          NA           Visalia       SJV Goshen Ave.                             Widen existing roadway    Rd 68 to Rd 76; .9 mi.             Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,980       $3,273
  VI-RTP07-023          NA           Visalia       SJV McAuliff St.                            Widen existing roadway    River to Ave 320: 1.5 mi.          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2025                                              x       Local      $1,760       $2,909
  VI-RTP07-024          NA           Visalia       SJV Shirk Road                              Widen existing roadway    SR198 to Goshen Ave; 1 mi.         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x       Local      $3,000       $3,183
  VI-RTP07-025          NA           Visalia       SJV Shirk Road                              Widen existing roadway    Caldwell to SR198; 4 mi.           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local      $4,000       $4,919
  VI-RTP07-026          NA           Visalia       SJV Akers Road                              Widen existing roadway    Caldwell to Ave. 276; 0.5 mi.      Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2020                                x      x      x       Local      $1,800       $2,566
  VI-RTP07-027          NA           Visalia       SJV Shirk Road                              Widen existing roadway    Caldwell to Ave. 276; 0.5 mi.      Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2020                                x      x      x       Local      $1,600       $2,281
  VI-RTP07-028          NA           Visalia       SJV Santa Fe St.                            Widen existing roadway    Caldwell to Ave. 272; 1 mi.        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes     0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       Local      $2,000       $2,460
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         $53,324     $61,704



                                                                                                            COUNTY OF TULARE CANDIDATE PROJECTS
No Projects


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Total     $121,049    $159,191
                                 4 Non-attainment Area
                                 9 Not exempt = 0
                                 11 Open to Traffic
                                 13 Source(s) of funding Please Note: the fund type(s) shown are potential sources
                                 14 Project cost in today's $ except for projects already programmed in the FTIP




               Key: C=collector, E=expressway,                                                                                                                                                                                                              09_New 2007 RTP Tables
               F=freeway, #=lanes                                                                                                           Page 4 of 4                                                                                                                  1/21/2009
                                                                                                                             Table 3-14
                                                                                                        Table F-2 RTIP/IIP/MEASURE R FUNDED ROADS
                                                                                                     Constrained Capacity Increasing Projects for Inclusion in the
                                                                                                          Tulare County 2007 Regional Transportation Plan
     RTP            CTIPS                                                         Project                                                                                              Type of                Exempt                               Year (s)                              Fund             Cost          Cost
    Project         Project      Jurisdiction    NA       Facility                 Scope                                           Length                                           Improvement               Status   RS   OT                    modeled                                Type            Constant      Year of

     ID#              ID#                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               (exc. FTIP)   Expend.
      1                2                3         4          5                        6                                               7                                                      8                  9      10   11                          12                                 13               14           15




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2010
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2014
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2020
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2023
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2030
                                                                                                     CALTRANS II/RTIP/MEASURE R WIDENING PROJECTS
TUL00-101        11500000023       Caltrans      SJV      SR 63         Widen existing roadway      5.8/8.0 Visalia - Packwood Creek to Rte 198                    Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                      0      Y    2009    x      x      x      x      x      x      x            RIP*           $27,116      $27,116
TUL00-104        11500000073       Caltrans      SJV      SR 65         Widen existing roadway      R11.86/17.92 Terra Bella - Rte 190 to Ave 96                   Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                      0      Y    2014                  x      x      x      x      x         RIP/TCRP          $37,000      $44,180
TUL00-104        11500000073       Caltrans      SJV      SR 65         Widen existing roadway      6.98/R11.86 Ducor - Ave 96 to Ave 56                           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                      0      Y    2018                                x      x      x            RIP/R          $20,000      $26,878
CT-RTP07-001         NA            Caltrans      SJV      SR 65         Widen existing roadway      0.00/R6.98 County Line to Ave 56                               Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                      0      Y    2027                                              x            RIP/R          $36,000      $63,126
CT-RTP07-002     11500000075       Caltrans      SJV      SR 65         Widen existing roadway      29.5/38.6 Near Lindsay-Rd 204 from Hermosa Rd toAve 300        Construct 2 ln exwy on 4 ln alignment        0      Y    2018                                x      x      x            RIP/R         $100,000     $134,392
TUL02-121        11500000083       Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Widen existing roadway      41.3/53.9 0.0/1.6 Tul Co - Goshen OH to Fre Co - Rte 201       Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                      0      Y    2013                  x      x      x      x      x     IIP, 1B, Earmark*    $172,636     $172,636
TUL08-107        11500000151       Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Widen existing roadway      30.6/41.3 Tulare - Prosperity Ave to Goshen OH                 Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                      0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x        IIP, 1B, RIP      $110,000     $135,286
CT-RTP07-004         NA            Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Widen existing roadway      25.5/30.5 Tulare - Avenue 200 to Prosperity Ave                Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                      0      Y    2026                                              x             IIP          $110,000     $187,268
CT-RTP07-005         NA            Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Widen existing roadway      16.0/25.5 South of Tipton to Avenue 200                        Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                      0      Y    2028                                              x             IIP           $86,000     $155,326
CT-RTP07-006         NA            Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Widen existing roadway      0.0/16.0 Kern Co Line to South of Tipton                       Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                      0      Y    2030                                              x             IIP          $130,000     $249,093
CT-RTP07-007         NA            Caltrans      SJV      SR 190        Construct passing lanes     0.2/15.0 Near Tipton - Rte 65 to Rte 99                        Construct passing lanes                      0      Y    2025                                              x             RIP           $10,000      $16,528
CT-RTP07-008         NA            Caltrans      SJV      SR 190        Widen existing roadway      0.2/15.0 Near Tipton - Rte 65 to Rte 99                        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                      0      Y    2030                                              x            RIP/R          $60,000     $114,966
TUL00-120        11500000028       Caltrans      SJV      SR 198        Widen existing roadway      0.0/3.3 Visalia - Rte 43 to Rte 99                             Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                      0      Y    2011           x      x      x      x      x      x     RIP/IIP/TCRP/1B*     $125,300     $125,300
TUL08-111        11500000077       Caltrans      SJV      SR 216        Widen existing roadway      1.9/2.9 Visalia - Lovers Ln to McAuliff St                     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                      0      Y    2013                  x      x      x      x      x            RIP*           $10,021      $10,021
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Subtotal      $1,034,073    $1,462,117


                                                                                                   CALTRANS II/RTIP/MEASURE R INTERCHANGE PROJECTS
TUL08-100         21500000425      Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Major I/C improvements      SR-99 at Betty Drive                                           Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x          RIP/R            $56,000      $63,028
CT-RTP07-011          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Major I/C improvements      SR-99 at Caldwell Avenue                                       Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2027                                              x          RIP/R            $54,000      $94,689
TUL08-402         21500000429      Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Major I/C improvements      SR-99 at Cartmill Avenue                                       Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x          RIP/R            $63,660      $68,650
CT-RTP07-013          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Construct new I/C           SR-99 at AgriCenter (Commercial)                               Construct new Interchange                    0      Y    2018                                x      x      x          RIP/R            $17,000      $22,847
CT-RTP07-014          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Major I/C improvements      SR-99 at Paige Ave.                                            Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2022                                       x      x          RIP/R            $56,000      $84,705
CT-RTP07-015          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 99         Operational I/C improve.    SR-99 south county interchanges                                minor widening & safety improvements                     2022                                       x      x       RIP/R/SHOPP         $6,000       $9,076
CT-RTP07-016    11500000076***     Caltrans      SJV      SR 198        Modify Interchange          R4.8/R0.0 Visalia - Rd 80 at Plaza Interchange                 Modify interchange                           0      Y    2011           x      x      x      x      x      x           RIP             $3,000       $3,000
CT-RTP07-017          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 198        Major I/C improvements      SR-198 at Shirk Street                                         Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2022                                       x      x          RIP/R            $9,000       $13,613
CT-RTP07-018          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 198        Minor I/C improvements      SR-198 at Akers Street                                         minor widening & safety improvements                     2022                                       x      x          RIP/R            $1,500       $2,269
CT-RTP07-019          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 198        Major I/C improvements      SR-198 downtown corridor interchanges                          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2022                                       x      x          RIP/R            $20,000      $30,252
CT-RTP07-020          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 198        Major I/C improvements      SR-198 at Lovers Lane                                          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2018                                x      x      x          RIP/R            $18,500      $24,862
CT-RTP07-021          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 198        Major I/C improvements      SR-198 at Avenue 148                                           Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2025                                              x          RIP/R            $25,000      $41,321
CT-RTP07-022          NA           Caltrans      SJV      SR 190        Major I/C improvements      SR-190 at Main Street                                          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure      0      Y    2025                                              x          RIP/R            $18,000      $29,751
CT-RTP07-023          NA           Caltrans      SJV       SR65         Construct new I/C           SR-65 at N Grand Ave                                           New interchange                              0      Y    2025                                              x          RIP/R            $20,000      $33,057
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Subtotal         $367,660     $521,121

                                                                                                                 CITY OF DINUBA - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
DI-RTP07-015          NA            Dinuba       SJV    Alta Avenue     Widen existing roadway      Sequoia to Avenue 432                                          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                      0      Y    2025                                              x          RIP/R            $6,000       $9,917
                                                          Road 80             See Tulare County
                                                          Ave. 416            See Tulare County
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Subtotal          $6,000       $9,917

                                                                                                                 CITY OF EXETER - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
                                    Exeter       SJV     Avenue 280           See Tulare County


                                                                                                        CITY OF FARMERSVILLE - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
FA-RTP07-010          NA          Farmersville   SJV   SR198/Road 164   I/C Improvements            SR-198 at Road 164 (Farmersville Blvd.)                        Widen bridge structure and improve ramps     0      Y    2025                                              x            R              $3,000       $4,959
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Subtotal          $3,000       $4,959

                                                                                                                CITY OF LINDSAY - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
                                  No projects


                                                                                                            CITY OF WOODLAKE - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
                                  No projects




      Key: C=collector, E=expressway,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              09_New 2007 RTP Tables
      F=freeway, #=lanes                                                                                                                             Page 1 of 2                                                                                                                                                1/21/2009
                                                                                                                                          Table 3-14
                                                                                                                     Table F-2 RTIP/IIP/MEASURE R FUNDED ROADS
                                                                                                                  Constrained Capacity Increasing Projects for Inclusion in the
                                                                                                                       Tulare County 2007 Regional Transportation Plan
     RTP            CTIPS                                                                    Project                                                                                                           Type of                      Exempt                                 Year (s)                             Fund              Cost         Cost
    Project         Project       Jurisdiction     NA            Facility                     Scope                                             Length                                                    Improvement                        Status    RS   OT                    modeled                               Type            Constant      Year of

     ID#              ID#                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (exc. FTIP)   Expend.
      1                2                3           4               5                            6                                                 7                                                              8                             9      10   11                          12                               13                14           15




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2010
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2014
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2017
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2020
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2023
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2030
                                                                                                                       CITY OF PORTERVILLE - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
TUL00-108        11500000153        Porterville    SJV       Scranton/Indiana     Widen existing roadway         SR-65 to Gibbons                                                       Widen from 2 to 4-Lanes                                 0      Y    2008    x      x      x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $3,300       $3,300
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Subtotal          $3,300       $3,300

                                                                                                                              CITY OF TULARE - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
TUL08-901        21500000435          Tulare       SJV         Cartmill Ave       New over crossing              Cartmill Ave @ J St/UP Railroad                                        New bridge structure                                    0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x     HCRSA/R/Local        $22,760      $22,760
TUL08-902        21500000441         Tulare        SJV        Bardsley Ave.       New over crossing**            Bardsley Ave. @ UPRR                                                   New bridge structure                                    0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x     HCRSA/R/Local        $14,486      $14,486
                                      Tulare       SJV          Road 108          See Tulare County
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Subtotal          $37,246      $37,246

                                                                                                                              CITY OF VISALIA - CANDIDATE PROJECTS
TUL00-105       11500000076***       Visalia       SJV         Plaza Drive        Widen existing roadway         Airport Drive to Avenue 304 (Goshen)                                   Widen from 2 to 4 & 6 lanes                             0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R*            $17,101      $17,101
VI-RTP07-029          NA             Visalia       SJV        Riggin Avenue       Widen existing roadway         Road 80 to SR-63                                                       Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2024                                              x        RIP/R             $14,000      $22,466
VI-RTP07-030          NA             Visalia       SJV         McAuliff St.       New over crossing              McAuliff/SR-198                                                        New bridge structure                                    0      Y    2028                                              x        RIP/R             $14,000      $25,286
TUL06-151        21500000322         Visalia       SJV      Ben Maddox Way        Widen over crossing            Ben Maddox/SR-198                                                      Widen bridge structure                                  0      Y    2008    x      x      x      x      x      x      x      RIP/R/Demo          $7,900       $7,900
TUL08-401        21500000428         Visalia       SJV         Sante Fe St.       Replace over crossing          Santa Fe/SR-198                                                        Replace bridge structure****                            0      Y    2008    x      x      x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $9,000       $9,000
                                     Visalia       SJV         Demaree St.        See Tulare County
                                     Visalia       SJV        Caldwell Ave        See Tulare County
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Subtotal          $62,001      $81,752

                                                                                                                           COUNTY OF TULARE CANDIDATE PROJECTS
TUL00-102         11500000017       Tulare Co.     SJV           Rd. 80           Widen existing roadway         Ave 304 (Goshen) to Ave. 328                                           Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2011           x      x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $10,055      $10,055
TUL00-102         11500000017       Tulare Co.     SJV           Rd. 80           Widen existing roadway         Ave 328 to Ave 380                                                     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2013                  x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $38,600     $44,748
TUL00-102         11500000017       Tulare Co.     SJV           Rd. 80           Widen existing roadway         Ave 380 to Ave 416                                                     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $38,300     $38,300
TUL00-103         11500000072       Tulare Co.     SJV           Rd. 108          Widen existing roadway         Leland Ave to Caldwell Ave                                             Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $34,600     $34,600
TUL04-103        21500000192        Tulare Co.     SJV          Ave. 416          Install signal                 Road 56 signal                                                         install signal & improve intersection                   0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $2,520       $2,520
TUL00-106        21500000393        Tulare Co.     SJV          Ave. 416          Install signal                 Road 80 signal                                                         install signal & improve intersection                   0      Y    2010    x      x      x      x      x      x      x        Demo              $1,800       $1,800
TUL07-101         21500000380       Tulare Co.     SJV          Ave. 416          Widen existing roadway         Road 80 to Road 92*****                                                Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2016                         x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $15,300     $19,382
TUL07-101         21500000380       Tulare Co.     SJV          Ave. 416          Widen existing roadway         Road 56 to Road 80                                                     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2014                  x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $34,200     $34,200
TC-RTP07-005         NA             Tulare Co.     SJV          Ave. 416          Widen existing roadway         Road 32 (Fresno County Line) to Road56                                 Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2018                                x      x      x        RIP/R             $30,000     $40,317
TUL08-121        21500000436        Tulare Co.     SJV          Ave. 416          Widen existing roadway         Kings River Bridge                                                     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $20,000     $20,000
TUL02-150         11500000074       Tulare Co.     SJV          Ave. 280          Widen existing roadway         SR-99 to SR-63                                                         Widen from 2 to 4 lanes & I/C improve.                  0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       RIP/R*             $15,000     $18,448
TUL00-010         11500000154       Tulare Co.     SJV          Ave. 280          Widen existing roadway         SR-63 to City of Exeter                                                Widen from 3 (2WB/1EB) to 4 lanes                       0      Y    2015                         x      x      x      x       RIP/R*             $40,000     $49,195
TUL08-900        21500000434        Tulare Co.     SJV          Betty Dr          New over crossing              Betty Dr/UP Railroad                                                   New bridge structure                                    0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x     HRCSA/R/local        $27,683     $27,683
TUL02-101         11500000155       Tulare Co.     SJV          Betty Dr          Widen existing roadway         Betty Dr SR-99 to Road 80                                              Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                                 0      Y    2012                  x      x      x      x      x        RIP/R             $7,890       $7,890
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Subtotal          $315,948     $349,138

                                 Shaded cells and bold text are changes from the 2007 RTP                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Total           $1,829,228   $2,469,550
                                 4 Non-attainment Area
                                 9 Not exempt = 0
                                 11 Open to Traffic
                                 13 Source(s) of funding Please Note: the fund type(s) shown are potential sources
                                 14 Project cost in today's $ except for projects already programmed in the FTIP
                                 * Money was expended prior to FY07/08 in the following amounts: TUL00-101($13,799), TUL02-121($2,202), TUL00-120($20,113), TUL08-111($921), TUL00-105($615), TUL00-103 ($700), TUL02-150($253), TUL00-010($1,173) for a total of $39,776
                                 $2,415,050 used for fiscal constraint calculations
                                 ** Formerly listed in Table 3-13 (Local Funded Roads)
                                 ***TUL00-105 & CT-RTP07-016 are included as one project in the FTIP
                                 **** Replace abandoned railroad bridge with a vehicle-access bridge
                                 ***** Ave 416 - Rd 88 to Rd 92 already 4 lanes (non-capacity increading improvements will be made for this section), Mountain View (Ave 416) from the County Line (Road 32) to Bethel is included in the Fresno RTP




      Key: C=collector, E=expressway,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             09_New 2007 RTP Tables
      F=freeway, #=lanes                                                                                                                                           Page 2 of 2                                                                                                                                                                 1/21/2009
                                                                                                 Long-Range Plan Revenue Table
           Table 4-14                                                                               2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                        FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                        NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   30 YEAR
                                 REVENUE SOURCES                                       Year 1     Year 2      Year 3      Year 4     Year 5    Five Year     YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                                      2007/08    2008/09     2009/10     2010/11    2011/12      Sum             17          22          27         2037
             Sales Tax [see Regional]
              -- City                                                                                                                                                                                                    NA
              -- County                                                                                                                                                                                                  NA
              -- Other (Transportation Development Act)                                                                                                                                                                  NA
             Gas Tax [Table 4.4]                                                           $10        $11         $11         $11        $12       $54.698        $66.549     $80.967     $98.509    $265.669      $566.392
              -- Gas Tax (Subventions to Cities) LTF                                        $6         $7          $7          $7         $7       $34.237        $41.655     $50.680     $61.660    $166.291      $354.523
              -- Gas Tax (Subventions to Counties) LTF                                      $4         $4          $4          $4         $4       $20.461        $24.894     $30.287     $36.849     $99.378      $211.869
             Other Local Funds                                                             $12        $12         $12         $13        $13       $61.055        $70.780     $82.053     $95.122    $238.108      $547.117
LOCAL




              -- City General Funds                                                         $7         $7          $7          $7         $7       $34.509        $40.006     $46.378     $53.764    $134.583      $309.240
              -- Street Taxes and Developer Fees                                            $5         $5          $5          $5         $6       $26.546        $30.774     $35.675     $41.357    $103.525      $237.877
              -- Other (registration fees (AB434) and Prop 42)                                                                                                                                                           U
             Transit                                                                        $1         $1          $1          $2         $2        $7.390         $8.567      $9.932     $11.514     $28.821       $66.225
              -- Transit Fares                                                              $1         $1          $1          $2         $2        $7.390         $8.567      $9.932     $11.514     $28.821       $66.225
              -- Other Transit (e.g., parcel/property taxes, parking revenue, etc)                                                                                                                                       U
             Tolls (e.g., non-state owned bridges)                                                                                                                                                                       NA
             Other (e.g., RTEP)                                                                                                                                                                                          U
           Local Total                                                                     $23        $24         $25        $25         $26      $123.143       $145.896    $172.952    $205.145    $532.598      $1,179.734
             Tolls
              -- Bridge                                                                                                                                                                                                  NA
              -- Corridor                                                                                                                                                                                                NA
             Regional Transit Fares/Measures                                                                                                                                                                             U
REGIONAL




             Regional Sales Tax (Measure R)                                                $26        $27         $29         $30        $32      $143.666       $183.359    $234.017    $298.672    $867.695      $1,727.410
             Regional Bond Revenue*                                                                                                      $15       $15.000                                                          $15.000
             Regional Gas Tax                                                                                                                                                                                            NA
             Vehicle Registration Fees (CARB Fees, SAFE)                                                                                                                                                                 U
             Other                                                                                                                                                                                                       NA
           Regional Total                                                                  $26        $27         $29        $30         $47      $158.666       $183.359    $234.017    $298.672    $867.695      $1,742.410
             State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) [Table 4-2]           $15        $15         $15         $15        $15       $75.057        $81.755     $87.212     $86.771    $157.387      $488.182
             State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)                               $23        $33         $16         $39        $18      $128.994       $120.976    $131.101    $159.980    $388.305      $929.357
              -- Regional - RTIP (includes Prop 1B STIP Augmentation)                      $21        $13         $16         $38        $13      $100.798        $83.920     $88.690    $111.420    $268.930      $653.758
              -- Regional - TE [Table 4-12]                                                 $1         $2          $0          $1         $1        $4.796         $9.929     $10.963     $12.104     $28.118       $65.910
              -- Proposition 42 - RTIP                                                                                                                                                                                   U
              -- Interregional - ITIP                                                       $2        $18                                 $4       $23.400        $27.127     $31.448     $36.456     $91.257      $209.689
STATE




              -- Interregional - TE                                                                                                                                                                                      U
              -- Proposition 42 - ITIP                                                                                                                                                                                   U
              GARVEE Bonds                                                                                                                                                                                               NA
              Traffic Congestion Relief Program                                                                                                                                                                          U
              State Transit Assistance (STA) (pop./rev. based, Prop 42) [Table 4-6]         $1         $1          $1          $1         $1        $4.866         $5.372      $5.931      $6.549     $15.213       $37.931
              Carryover from Prior Years                                                                                                                                                                                 NA
              Other Proposition 1B bonds (2006) CMIA, SR99, Self-Help**                               $72        $163         $21         $3      $259.056                                                         $259.056
           State Total                                                                     $39       $120        $196        $76         $37      $467.973       $208.103    $224.244    $253.300    $560.906      $1,714.526




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                                                                                                            Long-Range Plan Revenue Table
                  Table 4-14                                                                                   2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                                   FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                        NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              30 YEAR
                                     REVENUE SOURCES                                              Year 1     Year 2      Year 3      Year 4     Year 5    Five Year     YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
                                                                                                 2007/08    2008/09     2009/10     2010/11    2011/12      Sum             17          22          27         2037
                     Bus and Bus Related Grants (5309c)                                                                                                                                                                             NA
                     Clean Fuel Formula Program (5308)                                                                                                                                                                              NA
                     Elderly & Persons with Disabilities Formula Program (5310)                        $0         $0          $0          $0         $0        $0.531         $0.615      $0.714      $0.827      $2.071       $4.758
FEDERAL TRANSIT




                     Fixed Guideway Modernization (5309a)                                                                                                                                                                           NA
                     Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (5316)                                                                                                                                                                  NA
                     New and Small Starts (Capital Investment Grants) (5309b)                                                                                                                                                       NA
                     New Freedom (SAFETEA-LU)                                                                                                                                                                                       NA
                     Nonurbanized Area Formula Program (5311) [Table 4-9]                              $0         $0          $0          $0         $0        $2.038         $2.250      $2.484      $2.743      $6.467       $15.982
                     Urbanized Area Formula Program (5307) [Table 4-8]                                 $9         $9          $9          $9        $10       $46.063        $51.358     $57.262     $63.844    $150.548      $369.075
                     Other                                                                                                                                                                                                          NA
                  Federal Transit Total                                                                $9        $10         $10         $10        $10       $48.632        $54.223     $60.460     $67.414    $159.086      $389.815
                  Federal Highway Non-Discretionary
                    Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality [Table 4-11]                                 $4         $4          $4          $5         $5       $22.700        $26.100     $26.900     $30.000     $68.000      $173.700
                    Surface Transportation Program (Regional) (exch. for state $) [Table 4-13]         $4         $4          $4          $4         $4       $21.202        $23.410     $25.847     $28.537     $65.912      $164.908
                    Surface Transportation Program Enhancement                                                                                                                                                                      NA
                    Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program                              $1         $1          $1          $1         $1        $5.309         $6.155      $7.135      $8.271     $20.705       $47.575
                    Highway Safety Improvement Program (SAFETEA-LU)                                                                                                                                                                 NA
                    Safe Routes to School (SAFETEA-LU)                                                 $1                                                      $0.796         $0.923      $1.070      $1.240      $3.104       $7.133
                    Federal Lands Highway                                                              $1                                                      $1.000         $1.159      $1.344      $1.558      $3.900       $8.961
                    Other                                                                                                                                                                                                           NA
FEDERAL HIGHWAY




                  Subtotal                                                                            $11         $9          $9         $11        $11       $51.007        $57.747     $62.296     $69.607    $161.621      $402.277
                  Federal Highway Discretionary Programs
                     Bridge Discretionary Program                                                      $1                                                      $0.780         $0.904      $1.048      $1.215      $3.042       $6.990
                     Corridor Infrastructure Improvement Program (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1302)                                                                                                                                             NA
                     Coordinated Border Infrastructure (SAFETEA-LU Sec.1303)                                                                                                                                                        NA
                     Ferry Boat Discretionary                                                                                                                                                                                       NA
                     High Priority Projects (SAFETEA-LU)                                              $16         $6          $8                              $30.114                                                          $30.114
                     National Scenic Byways Program                                                                                                                                                                                 U
                     Projects of National/Regional Significance (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1301)                                                                                                                                              NA
                     Public Lands Highway Discretionary                                                                                                                                                                             U
                     Recreational Trails                                                               $0                                                      $0.160                                                          $0.160
                     Transportation and Community and System Preservation Program                                                                                                                                                   U
                      Other                                                                                                                                                                                                         NA
                  Subtotal                                                                            $17         $6          $8                              $31.054         $0.904      $1.048      $1.215      $3.042       $37.264
                  Federal Highway Total                                                               $28        $16         $18        $11         $11       $82.061        $58.651     $63.344     $70.822    $164.663      $439.541
                  FEDERAL TOTAL                                                                       $37        $25         $27        $20         $21      $130.693       $112.875    $123.803    $138.236    $323.749      $829.356




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                                                                                                                     Long-Range Plan Revenue Table
                      Table 4-14                                                                                           2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                                             FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                                      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        30 YEAR
                                         REVENUE SOURCES                                               Year 1          Year 2      Year 3      Year 4     Year 5                 Five Year      YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         TOTAL
                                                                                                      2007/08         2008/09     2009/10     2010/11    2011/12                   Sum              17          22          27         2037
                         TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act)                                                                                                                                                                                     NA
                         State Infrastructure Bank                                                                                                                                                                                                                            NA
 INNOVATIVE FINANCE




                         Section 129 Loans                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NA
                         Rail Rehab & Improvement Financing                                                                                                                                                                                                                   NA
                         Private Activity Bonds                                                                                                                                                                                                                               NA
                         Private Concession Fees                                                                                                                                                                                                                              NA
                         Private Donations                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NA
                         Program Income (from a federal project)                                                                                                                                                                                                              NA
                         Other                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NA
                      Innovative Financing Total
REVENUE TOTAL                                                                                      $125            $196            $276        $152            $131                   $82.061         $650.232          $755.017         $895.353       $2,284.948      $5,466.026


        KEY:
                      U = Data are unavailable.
                      NA = Not applicable (not a projected revenue source at the development time of RTP. Note that some of these are new SAFETEA-LU funding programs.)


NOTES:
                      Local: Subtotal is a sum of sales tax, gas tax, other local funds, local transit revenues, local tolls and other.
                      For MTC, the category of "Other" includes Regional Transit Expansion Policy fund sources.
                      Regional: Not all MPOs may have regional fund sources. In these cases, data would be shown as "zero" or not applicable.
                      The category of "Other" includes (please define if entering data).
                      State: Subtotal is a sum of SHOPP, STIP, TCRP, STA, Carryover and Other. STIP TE data not separately available for the MTC 2030 RTP.
                      The category of "other" includes (please define if entering data).
                      Federal: Overall federal subtotal is a sum of federal highway and federal transit programs. Federal Lands non-discretionary includes all programs except public lands discretionary (i.e., forest highways, park roads etc.) The category of "Other" includes
                      (please define if entering data).

                      Innovative Finance: Toll revenues have been included under local and regional while GARVEE bond revenues are included under state.
                      Total: Is a sum of local, regional, state, federal and innovative finance revenue sources. Double-counting has been avoided.
                      SOURCES: See accompanying technical source documentation report.
                      *$15 million bond against Measure R to be paid back from Measure R in 12/17 (for TUL08-402)
                      **$11.5 million is expected from the State-Local Partnership Program Account of Proposition 1B. This funding is currently included in FY 09/10 in the RTP but has not yet been programmed to a specific project in the FTIP and is not currently included in the
                      2009 FTIP financial tables.




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                                                                                               Long-Range Plan Expenditures Table
           Table 4-15                                                                                  2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                          FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                       NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   30 YEAR
                                 REVENUE SOURCES                                          Year 1     Year 2     Year 3     Year 4     Year 5    Five Year     YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                                         2007/08    2008/09    2009/10    2010/11    2011/12      Sum             17          22          27         2037
             Sales Tax
              -- City                                                                                                                                                                                                 NA
              -- County                                                                                                                                                                                               NA
              -- Other (Transportation Development Act)                                                                                                                                                               NA
             Gas Tax                                                                          $10        $11        $11        $11        $12       $54.698        $66.549     $80.967     $98.509    $265.669     $566.392
              -- Gas Tax (Subventions to Cities) LTF                                           $6         $7         $7         $7         $7       $34.237        $41.655     $50.680     $61.660    $166.291     $354.523
              -- Gas Tax (Subventions to Counties) LTF                                         $4         $4         $4         $4         $4       $20.461        $24.894     $30.287     $36.849     $99.378     $211.869
             Other Local Funds                                                                $12        $12        $12        $13        $13       $61.055        $70.780     $82.053     $95.122    $238.108     $547.117
LOCAL




              -- City General Funds                                                            $7         $7         $7         $7         $7       $34.509        $40.006     $46.378     $53.764    $134.583     $309.240
              -- Street Taxes and Developer Fees                                               $5         $5         $5         $5         $6       $26.546        $30.774     $35.675     $41.357    $103.525     $237.877
              -- Other (registration fees (AB434) and Prop 42)                                                                                                                                                         U
             Transit                                                                           $1         $1         $1         $2         $2        $7.390         $8.567      $9.932     $11.514     $28.821      $66.225
              -- Transit Fares                                                                 $1         $1         $1         $2         $2        $7.390         $8.567      $9.932     $11.514     $28.821      $66.225
              -- Other Transit (e.g., parcel/property taxes, parking revenue, etc)                                                                                                                                     U
             Tolls (e.g., non-state owned bridges)                                                                                                                                                                    NA
             Other (e.g., RTEP)                                                                                                                                                                                        U
           Local Total                                                                        $23        $24        $25        $25        $26      $123.143       $145.896    $172.952    $205.145    $532.598    $1,179.734
             Tolls
              -- Bridge                                                                                                                                                                                               NA
              -- Corridor                                                                                                                                                                                             NA
             Regional Transit Fares/Measures                                                                                                                                                                           U
REGIONAL




             Regional Sales Tax (Measure R)                                                    $4        $33        $28        $20        $58      $142.512       $182.175    $231.338    $140.037    $519.566    $1,215.628
             Regional Bond Revenue                                                                                                        $15       $15.000                                                         $15.000
             Regional Gas Tax                                                                                                                                                                                         NA
             Vehicle Registration Fees (CARB Fees, SAFE)                                                                                                                                                               U
             Other                                                                                                                                                                                                    NA
           Regional Total                                                                      $4        $33        $28        $20        $73      $157.512       $182.175    $231.338    $140.037    $519.566    $1,230.628
             State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP)                          $15        $15        $15        $15        $15       $75.057        $81.755     $87.212     $86.771    $157.387     $488.182
             State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)                                  $23        $33        $16        $39        $18      $128.994       $120.976    $131.101    $159.980    $388.305     $929.357
              -- Regional - RTIP                                                              $21        $13        $16        $38        $13      $100.798        $83.920     $88.690    $111.420    $268.930     $653.758
              -- Regional - TE                                                                 $1         $2         $0         $1         $1        $4.796         $9.929     $10.963     $12.104     $28.118      $65.910
              -- Proposition 42 - RTIP                                                                                                                                                                                 U
              -- Interregional - ITIP                                                          $2        $18                               $4       $23.400        $27.127     $31.448     $36.456     $91.257     $209.689
STATE




              -- Interregional - TE                                                                                                                                                                                    U
              -- Proposition 42 - ITIP                                                                                                                                                                                 U
              GARVEE Bonds                                                                                                                                                                                            NA
              Traffic Congestion Relief Program                                                                                                                                                                        U
              State Transit Assistance (STA) (e.g., population/revenue based, Prop 42)         $1         $1         $1         $1         $1        $4.866         $5.372      $5.931      $6.549     $15.213      $37.931
              Carryover from Prior Years                                                                                                                                                                              NA
              Other Proposition 1b bonds (2006) CMIA                                                     $72       $163        $21         $3      $259.056                                                        $259.056
           State Total                                                                        $39       $120       $196        $76        $37      $467.973       $208.103    $224.244    $253.300    $560.906    $1,714.526




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                  Table 4-15                                                                            2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                           FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                       NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    30 YEAR
                                     REVENUE SOURCES                                       Year 1     Year 2     Year 3     Year 4     Year 5    Five Year     YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     TOTAL
                                                                                          2007/08    2008/09    2009/10    2010/11    2011/12      Sum             17          22          27         2037
                     Bus and Bus Related Grants (5309c)                                                                                                                                                                NA
                     Clean Fuel Formula Program (5308)                                                                                                                                                                 NA
                     Elderly & Persons with Disabilities Formula Program (5310)                 $0         $0         $0         $0         $0        $0.531         $0.615      $0.714      $0.827      $2.071      $4.758
FEDERAL TRANSIT




                     Fixed Guideway Modernization (5309a)                                                                                                                                                              NA
                     Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (5316)                                                                                                                                                     NA
                     New and Small Starts (Capital Investment Grants) (5309b)                                                                                                                                          NA
                     New Freedom (SAFETEA-LU)                                                                                                                                                                          NA
                     Nonurbanized Area Formula Program (5311)                                   $0         $0         $0         $0         $0        $2.038         $2.250      $2.484      $2.743      $6.467      $15.982
                     Urbanized Area Formula Program (5307)                                      $9         $9         $9         $9        $10       $46.063        $51.358     $57.262     $63.844    $150.548     $369.075
                     Other                                                                                                                                                                                             NA
                  Federal Transit Total                                                         $9        $10        $10        $10        $10       $48.632        $54.223     $60.460     $67.414    $159.086     $389.815
                  Federal Highway Non-Discretionary
                    Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality                                       $4         $4         $4         $5         $5       $22.700        $26.100     $26.900     $30.000     $68.000     $173.700
                    Surface Transportation Program (Regional) (exchange for state $)            $4         $4         $4         $4         $4       $21.202        $23.410     $25.847     $28.537     $65.912     $164.908
                    Surface Transportation Program Enhancement                                                                                                                                                         NA
                    Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program                       $1         $1         $1         $1         $1        $5.309         $6.155      $7.135      $8.271     $20.705      $47.575
                    Highway Safety Improvement Program (SAFETEA-LU)                                                                                                                                                    NA
                    Safe Routes to School (SAFETEA-LU)                                          $1                                                    $0.796         $0.923      $1.070      $1.240      $3.104      $7.133
                    Federal Lands Highway                                                       $1                                                    $1.000         $1.159      $1.344      $1.558      $3.900      $8.961
                    Other                                                                                                                                                                                              NA
FEDERAL HIGHWAY




                  Subtotal                                                                     $11         $9         $9        $11        $11       $51.007        $57.747     $62.296     $69.607    $161.621     $402.277
                  Federal Highway Discretionary Programs
                     Bridge Discretionary Program                                               $1                                                    $0.780         $0.904      $1.048      $1.215      $3.042      $6.990
                     Corridor Infrastructure Improvement Program (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1302)                                                                                                                                NA
                     Coordinated Border Infrastructure (SAFETEA-LU Sec.1303)                                                                                                                                           NA
                     Ferry Boat Discretionary                                                                                                                                                                          NA
                     High Priority Projects (SAFETEA-LU)                                       $16         $6         $8                             $30.114                                                         $30.114
                     National Scenic Byways Program                                                                                                                                                                     U
                     Projects of National/Regional Significance (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1301)                                                                                                                                 NA
                     Public Lands Highway Discretionary                                                                                                                                                                 U
                     Recreational Trails                                                        $0                                                    $0.160                                                         $0.160
                     Transportation and Community and System Preservation Program                                                                                                                                       U
                      Other                                                                                                                                                                                            NA
                  Subtotal                                                                     $17         $6         $8                             $31.054         $0.904      $1.048      $1.215      $3.042      $37.264
                  Federal Highway Total                                                        $28        $16        $18        $11        $11       $82.061        $58.651     $63.344     $70.822    $164.663     $439.541
                  FEDERAL TOTAL                                                                $37        $25        $27        $20        $21      $130.693       $112.875    $123.803    $138.236    $323.749     $829.356




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                      Table 4-15                                                                                          2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                                           FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                                     NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     30 YEAR
                                         REVENUE SOURCES                                              Year 1          Year 2     Year 3     Year 4     Year 5                Five Year       YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                                                     2007/08         2008/09    2009/10    2010/11    2011/12                  Sum               17          22          27         2037
                         TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act)                                                                                                                                                                               NA
                         State Infrastructure Bank                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NA
 INNOVATIVE FINANCE




                         Section 129 Loans                                                                                                                                                                                                                              NA
                         Rail Rehab & Improvement Financing                                                                                                                                                                                                             NA
                         Private Activity Bonds                                                                                                                                                                                                                         NA
                         Private Concession Fees                                                                                                                                                                                                                        NA
                         Private Donations                                                                                                                                                                                                                              NA
                         Program Income (from a federal project)                                                                                                                                                                                                        NA
                         Other                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          NA
                      Innovative Financing Total
EXPENDITURE TOTAL                                                                                  $103           $202            $275       $142           $157                  $879.321         $649.049         $752.337         $736.718        $1,936.819     $4,954.244


        KEY:
                      U = Data are unavailable.
                      NA = Not applicable (not a projected revenue source at the development time of RTP. Note that some of these are new SAFETEA-LU funding programs.)


NOTES:
                      Local: Subtotal is a sum of sales tax, gas tax, other local funds, local transit revenues, local tolls and other.
                      For MTC, the category of "Other" includes Regional Transit Expansion Policy fund sources.
                      Regional: Not all MPOs may have regional fund sources. In these cases, data would be shown as "zero" or not applicable.
                      The category of "Other" includes (please define if entering data).
                      State: Subtotal is a sum of SHOPP, STIP, TCRP, STA, Carryover and Other. STIP TE data not separately available for the MTC 2030 RTP.
                      The category of "other" includes (please define if entering data).

                      Federal: Overall federal subtotal is a sum of federal highway and federal transit programs. Federal Lands non-discretionary includes all programs except public lands discretionary (i.e., forest highways, park roads etc.) The category of "Other" include

                      Innovative Finance: Toll revenues have been included under local and regional while GARVEE bond revenues are included under state.
                      Total: Is a sum of local, regional, state, federal and innovative finance revenue sources. Double-counting has been avoided.
                      SOURCES: See accompanying technical source documentation report.




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                                                                                     Long-Range Plan Revenues VS. Expenditures Table
           Table 4-16                                                                                  2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                          FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                         NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     30 YEAR
                                 REVENUE SOURCES                                          Year 1     Year 2     Year 3     Year 4     Year 5      Five Year     YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                                         2007/08    2008/09    2009/10    2010/11    2011/12        Sum             17          22          27         2037
             Sales Tax
              -- City                                                                                                                                                                                                   NA
              -- County                                                                                                                                                                                                 NA
              -- Other (Transportation Development Act)                                                                                                                                                                 NA
             Gas Tax
              -- Gas Tax (Subventions to Cities) LTF
              -- Gas Tax (Subventions to Counties) LTF
             Other Local Funds
LOCAL




              -- City General Funds
              -- Street Taxes and Developer Fees
              -- Other (registration fees (AB434) and Prop 42)                                                                                                                                                              U
             Transit
              -- Transit Fares
              -- Other Transit (e.g., parcel/property taxes, parking revenue, etc)                                                                                                                                          U
             Tolls (e.g., non-state owned bridges)                                                                                                                                                                      NA
             Other (e.g., RTEP)                                                                                                                                                                                             U
           Local Total
             Tolls
              -- Bridge                                                                                                                                                                                                 NA
              -- Corridor                                                                                                                                                                                               NA
             Regional Transit Fares/Measures                                                                                                                                                                                U
REGIONAL




             Regional Sales Tax (Measure R)                                                   $22        ($6)        $1        $10        ($26)        $1.154         $1.184      $2.679    $158.635    $348.129     $511.782
             Regional Bond Revenue                                                                                                                                                                                      NA
             Regional Gas Tax                                                                                                                                                                                           NA
             Vehicle Registration Fees (CARB Fees, SAFE)                                                                                                                                                                    U
             Other                                                                                                                                                                                                      NA
           Regional Total                                                                     $22        ($6)        $1        $10        ($26)        $1.154         $1.184      $2.679    $158.635    $348.129     $511.782
             State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP)
             State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
              -- Regional - RTIP
              -- Regional - TE
              -- Proposition 42 - RTIP                                                                                                                                                                                      U
              -- Interregional - ITIP
STATE




              -- Interregional - TE                                                                                                                                                                                         U
              -- Proposition 42 - ITIP                                                                                                                                                                                      U
              GARVEE Bonds                                                                                                                                                                                              NA
              Traffic Congestion Relief Program                                                                                                                                                                             U
              State Transit Assistance (STA) (e.g., population/revenue based, Prop 42)
              Carryover from Prior Years                                                                                                                                                                                NA
              Other Proposition 1b bonds (2006) CMIA
           State Total



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                                                                                         Long-Range Plan Revenues VS. Expenditures Table
                  Table 4-16                                                                             2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                            FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                    NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 30 YEAR
                                     REVENUE SOURCES                                         Year 1    Year 2     Year 3     Year 4     Year 5   Five Year   YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL
                                                                                            2007/08   2008/09    2009/10    2010/11    2011/12     Sum           17          22          27         2037
                     Bus and Bus Related Grants (5309c)                                                                                                                                                             NA
                     Clean Fuel Formula Program (5308)                                                                                                                                                              NA
                     Elderly & Persons with Disabilities Formula Program (5310)
FEDERAL TRANSIT




                     Fixed Guideway Modernization (5309a)                                                                                                                                                           NA
                     Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (5316)                                                                                                                                                  NA
                     New and Small Starts (Capital Investment Grants) (5309b)
                     New Freedom (SAFETEA-LU)                                                                                                                                                                       NA
                     Nonurbanized Area Formula Program (5311)
                     Urbanized Area Formula Program (5307)
                     Other                                                                                                                                                                                          NA
                  Federal Transit Total
                  Federal Highway Non-Discretionary
                    Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality
                    Surface Transportation Program (Regional) (exchange for state $)
                    Surface Transportation Program Enhancement                                                                                                                                                      NA
                    Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program
                    Highway Safety Improvement Program (SAFETEA-LU)                                                                                                                                                 NA
                    Safe Routes to School (SAFETEA-LU)
                    Federal Lands Highway
                    Other                                                                                                                                                                                           NA
FEDERAL HIGHWAY




                  Subtotal
                  Federal Highway Discretionary Programs
                     Bridge Discretionary Program
                     Corridor Infrastructure Improvement Program (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1302)                                                                                                                             NA
                     Coordinated Border Infrastructure (SAFETEA-LU Sec.1303)                                                                                                                                        NA
                     Ferry Boat Discretionary                                                                                                                                                                       NA
                     High Priority Projects (SAFETEA-LU)
                     National Scenic Byways Program                                                                                                                                                                     U
                     Projects of National/Regional Significance (SAFETEA-LU Sec. 1301)                                                                                                                              NA
                     Public Lands Highway Discretionary                                                                                                                                                                 U
                     Recreational Trails
                     Transportation and Community and System Preservation Program                                                                                                                                       U
                      Other                                                                                                                                                                                         NA
                  Subtotal
                  Federal Highway Total
                  FEDERAL TOTAL




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                                                                                              Long-Range Plan Revenues VS. Expenditures Table
                      Table 4-16                                                                                          2007 Escalated Dollars, Millions
                                                                                                                           FIRST 5 YEARS (See FSTIP Cycle)                                     NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 5      NEXT 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     30 YEAR
                                         REVENUE SOURCES                                              Year 1          Year 2     Year 3     Year 4     Year 5                Five Year       YEARS 2012- YEARS 2017- YEARS 2022- YEARS 2027-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                                                     2007/08         2008/09    2009/10    2010/11    2011/12                  Sum               17          22          27         2037
                         TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act)                                                                                                                                                                                NA
                         State Infrastructure Bank                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NA
 INNOVATIVE FINANCE




                         Section 129 Loans                                                                                                                                                                                                                               NA
                         Rail Rehab & Improvement Financing                                                                                                                                                                                                              NA
                         Private Activity Bonds                                                                                                                                                                                                                          NA
                         Private Concession Fees                                                                                                                                                                                                                         NA
                         Private Donations                                                                                                                                                                                                                               NA
                         Program Income (from a federal project)                                                                                                                                                                                                         NA
                         Other                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           NA
                      Innovative Financing Total
REVENUE TOTAL                                                                                      $22            ($6)            $1         $10            ($26)                   $1.154           $1.184            $2.679         $158.635         $348.129      $511.782


        KEY:
                      U = Data are unavailable.
                      NA = Not applicable (not a projected revenue source at the development time of RTP. Note that some of these are new SAFETEA-LU funding programs.)


NOTES:
                      Local: Subtotal is a sum of sales tax, gas tax, other local funds, local transit revenues, local tolls and other.
                      For MTC, the category of "Other" includes Regional Transit Expansion Policy fund sources.
                      Regional: Not all MPOs may have regional fund sources. In these cases, data would be shown as "zero" or not applicable.
                      The category of "Other" includes (please define if entering data).
                      State: Subtotal is a sum of SHOPP, STIP, TCRP, STA, Carryover and Other. STIP TE data not separately available for the MTC 2030 RTP.
                      The category of "other" includes (please define if entering data).

                      Federal: Overall federal subtotal is a sum of federal highway and federal transit programs. Federal Lands non-discretionary includes all programs except public lands discretionary (i.e., forest highways, park roads etc.) The category of "Other" include

                      Innovative Finance: Toll revenues have been included under local and regional while GARVEE bond revenues are included under state.
                      Total: Is a sum of local, regional, state, federal and innovative finance revenue sources. Double-counting has been avoided.
                      SOURCES: See accompanying technical source documentation report.




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   ATTACHMENT 4

CONFORMITY ANALYSIS
                                                    Air Quality Conformity Analysis
                                          Tulare County Association of Governments




                  CONFORMITY ANALYSIS FOR
                     AMENDMENT #3 TO THE
2009 INTERIM FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
                            AND
      2007 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN AMENDMENT #1




                      January 22, 2009

                       Prepared by the:




                  5961 S. Mooney Boulevard
                      Visalia, CA 93277
                       (559) 733-6291


                      Elizabeth Wright
                   EWright@co.tulare.ca.us
                   Senior Regional Planner
                                                  TABLE OF CONTENTS


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ..........................................................................................................1

1         FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS .....................................5
               Federal and State Conformity Rules .....................................................................6
               Conformity Rule Requirements ............................................................................7
               Air Quality Designations Applicable to the San Joaquin Valley..........................9
               Conformity Test Requirements.............................................................................9
               Analysis Years ....................................................................................................10

2         LATEST PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS AND TRANSPORTATION MODELING...16
               Latest Planning Assumptions..............................................................................16
               Socioeconomic Data ...........................................................................................19
               Transportation Modeling ....................................................................................20
               Traffic Estimates.................................................................................................27
               Vehicle Registrations ..........................................................................................27
               State Implementation Plan Measures..................................................................27

3         AIR QUALITY MODELING.........................................................................................30
               EMFAC2007 ......................................................................................................30
               Additional PM-10 Estimates...............................................................................31
               PM2.5 Approach .................................................................................................32
               Summary of Procedures for Regional Emissions Estimates...............................34

4         TRANSPORTATION CONTROL MEASURES...........................................................35
               Transportation Conformity Rule Requirements for TCMs.................................35
               Applicable Air Quality Implementation Plans....................................................37
               Identification of 2002 RACM that Require Timely
               Implementation Documentation..........................................................................39
               TCM Findings for the TIP and Regional Transportation Plan ...........................40
               RTP Control Measure Analysis in Support of 2003 PM-10 Plan

5         INTERAGENCY CONSULTATION ............................................................................41
               Interagency Consultation ....................................................................................41
               Public Consultation.............................................................................................43

6         TIP AND RTP CONFORMITY .....................................................................................44

REFERENCES ...............................................................................................................................




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                             APPENDICES

A   Conformity Checklist

B   Transportation Project Listing

C   Conformity Analysis Documentation

D   PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary for Each MPO in the San Joaquin Valley
    Nonattainment Area

E   Timely Implementation Documentation for Transportation Control Measures

F   Public Meeting Process Documentation

G   Response to Public Comments




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                                     TABLES

1-1:   On-Road Motor Vehicle CO Emissions Budgets

1-2:   Budgets from the 2007 Ozone Plan

1-3:   On-Road Motor Vehicle PM-10 Emissions Budgets

1-4:   On-Road Motor Vehicle PM2.5 Emissions Budgets

1-5:   San Joaquin Valley Conformity Analysis Years

2-1:   Summary of Latest Planning Assumptions for the Tulare County Association of
       Governments Conformity Analysis

2-2:   Traffic Network Comparison for Horizon Years Evaluated in Conformity
       Analysis

2-3:   2007 Ozone Plan Measures Assumed in the Conformity Analysis

2-4:   2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan Measures Assumed in the Conformity Analysis

6-1:   Conformity Results Summary




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                                   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report presents the Conformity Analysis for Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim Federal
Transportation Improvement Program (2009 Interim FTIP) and the 2007 Regional
Transportation Plan (2007 RTP) Amendment #1. The Tulare County Association of
Governments is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) in Tulare County,
California, and is responsible for regional transportation planning.

The Clean Air Act Section 176(c) (42 U.S.C. 7506(c)) and U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) transportation conformity regulations (40 CFR 93 Subpart A) require that each
new regional transportation plan (RTP) and transportation improvement program (TIP) be
demonstrated to conform to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) before the RTP and TIP are
approved by the MPO or accepted by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). This
analysis demonstrates that the criteria specified in the transportation conformity regulations for a
conformity determination are satisfied by Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP and 2007
RTP Amendment #1; a finding of conformity is therefore supported. Amendment #3 to the 2009
Interim FTIP and 2007 RTP Amendment #1 and Corresponding Conformity Analysis were
approved by the Tulare County Association of Governments Policy Board on January 22, 2008.
FHWA/FTA last issued a finding of conformity for the 2007 TIP and 2007 RTP, including
amendments, on June 29, 2007.

Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP and 2007 RTP Amendment #1 have been financially
constrained in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR 93.108 and consistent with the U.S.
DOT metropolitan planning regulations (23 CFR Part 450). A discussion of financial constraint
and funding sources is included in the appropriate documents.

The applicable Federal criteria or requirements for conformity determinations, the conformity
tests applied, the results of the conformity assessment, and an overview of the organization of
this report are summarized below.

CONFORMITY REQUIREMENTS

The Federal transportation conformity regulations (40 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 51 and
93) specify criteria and procedures for conformity determinations for transportation plans,
programs, and projects and their respective amendments. The Federal transportation conformity
regulation was first promulgated in 1993 by the U.S. EPA, following the passage of amendments
to the Federal Clean Air Act in 1990. The Federal transportation conformity regulation has been
revised several times since its initial release to reflect both EPA rule changes and court opinions.
The transportation conformity regulation is summarized in Chapter 1.

The conformity regulation applies nationwide to “all nonattainment and maintenance areas for
transportation-related criteria pollutants for which the area is designated nonattainment or has a
maintenance plan” (40 CFR 93.102). Currently, the San Joaquin Valley (or portions thereof) is
designated as nonattainment with respect to Federal air quality standards for ozone, and
particulate matter under 2.5 microns in diameter (PM2.5); and has a maintenance plan for
particulate matter under 10 microns in diameter (PM-10), as well as a maintenance plan for



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carbon monoxide (CO) for the urbanized/metropolitan areas of Kern, Fresno, Stanislaus and San
Joaquin Counties. Therefore, transportation plans and programs for the nonattainment areas for
the Tulare County area must satisfy the requirements of the Federal transportation conformity
regulation.

Under the transportation conformity regulation, the principal criteria for a determination of
conformity for transportation plans and programs are:

       (1) the TIP and RTP must pass an emissions budget test using a budget that has been
           found to be adequate by EPA for transportation conformity purposes, or an interim
           emission test;

       (2) the latest planning assumptions and emission models specified for use in conformity
           determinations must be employed;

       (3) the TIP and RTP must provide for the timely implementation of transportation control
           measures (TCMs) specified in the applicable air quality implementation plans; and,

       (4) interagency and public consultation.

On-going interagency consultation is conducted through the San Joaquin Valley Model
Coordinating Committee to ensure Valley-wide coordination, communication and compliance
with Federal and California Clean Air Act requirements. Each of the eight Valley Metropolitan
Planning Organizations (MPOs) and the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control
District (SJVUAPCD) are represented. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal
Transit Administration (FTA), the U.S. EPA, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) and
Caltrans are also represented on the committee. The final determination of conformity for the
TIP and RTP is the responsibility of the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit
Administration within the U.S. DOT.

FHWA has developed a Conformity Checklist (included in Appendix A) that contains the
required items to complete a conformity determination. Appropriate references to these items
are noted on the checklist.




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CONFORMITY TESTS

The conformity tests specified in the Federal transportation conformity regulation are: (1) the
emissions budget test, and (2) the interim emission test. For the emissions budget test, predicted
emissions for the TIP/RTP must be less than or equal to the motor vehicle emissions budget
specified in the approved air quality implementation plan or the emissions budget found to be
adequate for transportation conformity purposes. If there is no approved air quality plan for a
pollutant for which the region is in nonattainment or no emission budget has been found to be
adequate for transportation conformity purposes, the interim emission test applies. Chapter 1
summarizes the applicable air quality implementation plans and conformity tests for carbon
monoxide, ozone, PM-10, and PM2.5.

RESULTS OF THE CONFORMITY ANALYSIS

A regional emissions analysis was conducted for the years 2010, 2011, 2014, 2017, 2020, 2023
and 2030 for each applicable pollutant. All analyses were conducted using the latest planning
assumptions and emissions models. The major conclusions of the Tulare County Association of
Governments’ Conformity Analysis are:

       • For ozone, the total regional on-road vehicle-related emissions (ROG and NOx)
       associated with implementation of the Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP and the
       2007 RTP Amendment #1 for all years tested are projected to be less than the adequate
       emissions budgets specified in the 2007 Ozone Plan. The conformity tests for ozone are
       therefore satisfied.

       • For PM-10, the total regional vehicle-related emissions (PM-10 and NOx) associated
       with implementation of the Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP and the 2007 RTP
       Amendment #1 for all years tested are either (1) projected to be less than the approved
       emissions budgets, or (2) less than the emission budgets using the approved PM-10 and
       NOx trading mechanism for transportation conformity purposes from the 2007 PM-10
       Maintenance Plan. The conformity tests for PM-10 are therefore satisfied.

       • For PM2.5, areas violating both the annual and 24-hour standards for PM2.5 must
       address both standards in the conformity determination. The San Joaquin Valley
       currently violates both standards, and the conformity determination includes both
       analyses. Before an adequate or approved SIP budget is available, conformity is
       generally demonstrated with interim emission tests. Conformity may be demonstrated if
       the emissions from the proposed transportation system are either less than or no greater
       than the 2002 motor vehicle emissions in a given area (see Section 93.119). The San
       Joaquin Valley chooses to use the “no-greater-than-2002 emissions test”. The modeling
       results for all analysis years indicated that the “Build” scenarios are less than the 2002
       Base Year emissions estimates for both the 24-hour and annual standards. The
       Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP and the 2007 RTP Amendment #1 therefore
       satisfies the conformity emissions tests for PM2.5.




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       • The Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP and the 2007 RTP Amendment #1 will
       not impede and will support timely implementation of the TCMs that have been adopted
       as part of applicable air quality implementation plans. The current status of TCM
       implementation is documented in Chapter 4 of this report.

       • Since the local SJV procedures (e.g., SJVUAPCD Rule 9120 Transportation
       Conformity) have not been approved by EPA, consultation has been conducted in
       accordance with Federal requirements.

REPORT ORGANIZATION

The report is organized into six chapters. Chapter 1 provides an overview of the applicable
Federal and State conformity regulations and requirements, air quality implementation plans, and
conformity test requirements. Chapter 2 contains a discussion of the latest planning assumptions
and transportation modeling. Chapter 3 describes the air quality modeling used to estimate
emission factors and mobile source emissions. Chapter 4 contains the documentation required
under the Federal transportation conformity regulation for transportation control measures.
Chapter 5 provides an overview of the interagency requirements and the general approach to
compliance used by the San Joaquin Valley Metropolitan Planning Organizations. The results of
the conformity analysis for the TIP/RTP are provided in Chapter 6.

Appendix F includes public meeting documentation conducted on Amendment #3 to the 2009
Interim FTIP and 2007 RTP Amendment #1 and Corresponding Conformity Analysis on
December 8, 2008. Comments received on the conformity analysis and responses made as part of
the public involvement process are included in Appendix G.




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                                CHAPTER 1
               FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

The criteria for determining conformity of transportation programs and plans under the Federal
transportation conformity regulation (40 CFR Parts 51 and 93) and the applicable conformity
tests for the San Joaquin Valley nonattainment areas are summarized in this section. The
Conformity Analysis for Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim Federal Transportation
Improvement Program (2009 Interim TIP) and the 2007 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)
Amendment #1, was prepared based on these criteria and tests. Presented first is a review of the
development of the applicable conformity regulation and guidance procedures, followed by
summaries of conformity regulation requirements, air quality designation status, conformity test
requirements, and analysis years for the Conformity Analysis.

The Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) is the designated Metropolitan
Planning Organization (MPO) for Tulare County in the San Joaquin Valley. As a result of this
designation, TCAG prepares the TIP, RTP, and associated conformity analyses. The TIP serves
as a detailed four-year programming document for the preservation, expansion, and management
of the transportation system. The 2007 RTP has a 2030 horizon that provides the long term
direction for the continued implementation of the freeway/expressway plan, as well as
improvements to arterial streets, transit, and travel demand management programs. The TIP and
RTP include capacity enhancements to the freeway/expressway system commensurate with
available funding.

FEDERAL AND STATE CONFORMITY REGULATIONS

CLEAN AIR ACT AMENDMENTS

Section 176(c) of the Clean Air Act (CAA, 1990) requires that Federal agencies and MPOs not
approve any transportation plan, program, or project that does not conform to the approved State
Implementation Plan (SIP). The 1990 amendments to the Clean Air Act expanded Section 176(c)
to more explicitly define conformity to an implementation plan to mean:

       “Conformity to the plan's purpose of eliminating or reducing the severity and
       number of violations of the national ambient air quality standards and
       achieving expeditious attainment of such standards; and that such activities
       will not (i) cause or contribute to any new violation of any standard in any
       area; (ii) increase the frequency or severity of any existing violation of any
       standard in any area; or (iii) delay timely attainment of any standard or any
       required interim emission reductions or other milestones in any area.”

Section 176(c) also provides conditions for the approval of transportation plans, programs, and
projects, and requirements that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) promulgate
conformity determination criteria and procedures no later than November 15, 1991.




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FEDERAL RULE

The initial November 15, 1991 deadline for conformity criteria and procedures was partially
completed through the issuance of supplemental interim conformity guidance issued on June 7,
1991 (EPA/DOT, 1991a and 1991b) for carbon monoxide, ozone, and particulate matter ten
microns or less in diameter (PM-10). EPA subsequently promulgated the Conformity Final Rule
in the November 24, 1993 Federal Register (EPA, 1993). The 1993 Rule became effective on
December 27, 1993. The Federal Transportation Conformity Final Rule has been amended
several times from 1993 to 2002. These amendments have addressed a number of items related
to conformity lapses, grace periods, and other related issues to streamline the conformity process.

On July 1, 2004 EPA published the final rule, Transportation Conformity Rule Amendments for
the New 8-hour Ozone and PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and Miscellaneous
Revisions for Existing Areas; Transportation Conformity Rule Amendments – Response to Court
Decision and Additional Rule Changes (EPA, 2004).

EPA issued a final rule on May 6, 2005 to add the following PM2.5 precursors to the
transportation conformity rule: nitrogen oxides (NOx), volatile organic compounds (VOCs),
sulfur oxides (SOx), and ammonia (NH3) (EPA, 2005). The rule specifies when each of these
precursors must be considered in PM2.5 nonattainment areas, before and after PM2.5 SIPs are
submitted.

In late March 2006, EPA and FHWA published “Transportation Conformity Guidance for
Qualitative Hot-Sport Analyses in PM2.5 and PM10 Nonattainment and Maintenance Areas”.
This guidance affects Federal project-level approvals for “projects of air quality concern” in
PM2.5 and PM10 nonattainment areas on or after April 5, 2006.

EPA issued a final rule on January 24, 2008 regarding changes to make the rule consistent with
the Clean Air Act as amended by the most recent transportation funding legislation, the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-
LU). Comments were due June 1, 2007 and the final rule has not been published as of
November 2007. The “Transportation Conformity Rule Amendments to Implement Provisions
Contained in SAFETEA-LU does not have any impact on the San Joaquin Valley process and/or
methodology contained in this document since the changes were already in place under the Joint
EPA-DOT Interim Guidance for Implementing SAFETEA-LU’s Conformity Provisions,
published in February 2006.

MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL GUIDANCE

EPA issued “multi-jurisdictional” guidance on July 21, 2004 to clarify how nonattainment areas
with multiple agencies should conduct conformity determinations based on the changes to the
Conformity Rule (EPA, 2004b). This guidance applies to the San Joaquin Valley since there are
multiple MPOs within a single nonattainment area. The main principle of the guidance is that
one regional emissions analysis is required for the entire nonattainment area. However, separate
modeling and conformity documents may be developed by each MPO.




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Part 2 of the guidance applies to nonattainment areas that do not have conformity budgets for an
air quality standard that can be used for conformity. This Part currently applies to the San
Joaquin Valley for PM2.5. As a result, the individual modeling and conformity results are
compiled into one regional emissions analysis for the entire nonattainment area that accompanies
each plan/TIP conformity determination (see Appendix D). DOT will then issue its conformity
determination on the TIPs/RTPs at the same time.

Part 3 of the guidance applies to nonattainment areas that have adequate or approved conformity
budgets addressing a particular air quality standard. This Part currently applies to the San
Joaquin Valley for carbon monoxide, ozone and PM-10. The guidance allows MPOs to make
independent conformity determinations for their plans and TIPs as long as all of the other
subareas in the nonattainment area have conforming transportation plans and TIPs in place at the
time of each MPO and DOT conformity determination.

DISTRICT RULE

The San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District adopted Rule 9120 Transportation
Conformity on January 19, 1995 in response to requirements in Section 176(c)(4)(c) of the 1990
Clean Air Act Amendments. Rule 9120 contains the Transportation Conformity Rule
promulgated November 24, 1993 verbatim. The Rule provides guidance for the development of
consultation procedures and processes at the local level. As required by the Transportation
Conformity Rule, Rule 9120 was submitted to EPA on January 24, 1995 as a revision to the State
SIP. The rule becomes effective on the date EPA promulgates interim, partial, or final approval
in the Federal Register.

To date, the Rule has not received approval by EPA. Section 51.390(b) of the Transportation
Conformity Rule states: “Following EPA approval of the State conformity provisions (or a
portion thereof) in a revision to the applicable implementation plan, conformity determinations
would be governed by the approved (or approved portion of the) State criteria and procedures.”
It should also be noted that EPA has changed 40 CFR 51.390 to streamline the requirements for
State conformity SIPs. Since a transportation conformity SIP has not been approved for the SJV,
the Federal transportation conformity rule still governs.

CONFORMITY REGULATION REQUIREMENTS

The Federal regulations identify general criteria and procedures that apply to all transportation
conformity determinations, regardless of pollutant and implementation plan status. These
include:

1)     Conformity Tests — Sections 93.118 and 93.119 specify emissions tests (budget and
       interim emissions) that the TIP/RTP must satisfy in order for a determination of
       conformity to be found. The final transportation conformity regulation issued on July 1,
       2004 requires a submitted SIP motor vehicle emissions budget to be found adequate or
       approved by EPA prior to use for making conformity determinations. The budget must be
       used on or after the effective date of EPA’s adequacy finding or approval.




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2)     Methods / Modeling:

       Latest Planning Assumptions — Section 93.110 specifies that conformity determinations
       must be based upon the most recent planning assumptions in force at the time the
       conformity analysis begins. This is defined as “the point at which the MPO begins to
       model the impact of the proposed transportation plan or TIP on travel and/or emissions.
       New data that becomes available after an analysis begins is required to be used in the
       conformity determination only if a significant delay in the analysis has occurred, as
       determined through interagency consultation” (EPA, 2004a). All analyses for the
       Conformity Analysis were conducted using the latest planning assumptions and
       emissions models in force at the time the conformity analysis started in January 2007 (see
       Chapter 2).

       Latest Emissions Models — Section 93.111 requires that the latest emission estimation
       models specified for use in SIPs must be used for the conformity analysis. EMFAC2007
       was used in the Conformity Analysis and is documented in Chapter 3.

3)     Timely Implementation of TCMs — Section 93.113 provides a detailed description of the
       steps necessary to demonstrate that the new TIP/RTP are providing for the timely
       implementation of TCMs, as well as demonstrate that the plan and/or program is not
       interfering with this implementation. TCM documentation is included in Chapter 4 of the
       Conformity Analysis.

4)     Consultation — Section 93.105 requires that the conformity determination be made in
       accordance with the consultation procedures outlined in the Federal regulations. These
       include:

       •      MPOs are required to provide reasonable opportunity for consultation with State
              air agencies, local air quality and transportation agencies, the USDOT and EPA
              (Section 93.105(a)(1)).

       •      MPOs are required to establish a proactive public involvement process, which
              provides opportunity for public review and comment prior to taking formal action
              on a conformity determination (Section 93.105(e)).

The TIP, RTP, and corresponding conformity determinations are prepared by each MPO. Copies
of the Draft documents are provided to member agencies and others, including the Federal
Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), EPA, Caltrans,
CARB, and the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District (SJVUAPCD) for
review. Both the TIP and RTP are required to be publicly available and an opportunity for public
review and comment is provided. The consultation process for the conformity analysis includes
a 30-day comment period followed by a public meeting.




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AIR QUALITY DESIGNATIONS APPLICABLE TO THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY

The conformity regulation (section 93.102) requires documentation of the applicable pollutants
and precursors for which EPA has designated the area nonattainment or maintenance. In
addition, the nonattainment or maintenance area and its boundaries should be described.

The Tulare County Association of Governments is located in the federally designated San
Joaquin Valley Air Basin. The borders of the basin are defined by mountain and foothill ranges
to the east and west. The northern border is consistent with the county line between San Joaquin
and Sacramento Counties. The southern border is less defined, but is roughly bounded by the
Tehachapi Mountains and, to some extent, the Sierra Nevada range. Conformity for Amendment
#3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP and the 2007 RTP Amendment #1 includes analysis of existing and
future air quality impacts for each applicable pollutant.

The San Joaquin Valley is currently designated as nonattainment for the National Ambient Air
Quality Standards (NAAQS) for 8-hour ozone, and particulate matter under 2.5 microns in
diameter (PM2.5); and has a maintenance plan for particulate matter under 10 microns in
diameter (PM-10), as well as a maintenance for carbon monoxide (CO) for the
urbanized/metropolitan areas of Kern, Fresno, Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. State
Implementation Plans have been prepared to address carbon monoxide, ozone, and PM-10:

   •   The 2004 Revision to the California State Implementation Plan for Carbon Monoxide
       was approved by EPA on November 30, 2005 (effective January 30, 2006).

   •   EPA is anticipated to publish a budget adequacy determination for the 2011, 2014, and
       2017 conformity budgets contained in the 2007 Ozone Plan in January 2009.

   •   The 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan, which included revisions to the attainment plan, was
       approved by EPA on November 12, 2008.

EPA also designated the San Joaquin Valley as nonattainment for the 1997 PM2.5 standards. A
State Implementation Plan has been developed to address the 1997 PM2.5 standards; however,
EPA has not issued an adequacy determination on the conformity budgets nor approved the Plan.
It should be noted that EPA issued a final rule establishing revisions to the 24-hour and annual
PM2.5 national ambient air quality standard on October 17, 2006. EPA subsequently issued a
guidance memo addressing how transportation conformity will be implemented under the revised
24-hour PM2.5 standard. In summary, transportation conformity is unaffected because there has
been no change to the nonattainment designations.

CONFORMITY TEST REQUIREMENTS

The conformity (Section 93.109(c)–(k)) rule requires that either a table or text description be
provided that details, for each pollutant and precursor, whether the interim emissions tests and/or
the budget test apply for conformity. In addition, documentation regarding which emissions
budgets have been found adequate by EPA, and which budgets are currently applicable for what
analysis years is required.


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Specific conformity test requirements established for the San Joaquin Valley nonattainment areas
for carbon monoxide, ozone, and particulate matter are summarized below.

Section 93.124(d) of the 1997 Final Transportation Conformity regulation allows for conformity
determinations for subregional emission budgets by MPOs if the applicable implementation
plans (or implementation plan submission) explicitly indicates an intent to create such
subregional budgets for the purpose of conformity. In addition, Section 93.124(e) of the 1997
rules states: “…if a nonattainment area includes more than one MPO, the implementation plan
may establish motor vehicle emission budgets for each MPO, or else the MPOs must collectively
make a conformity determination for the entire nonattainment area.” Each applicable
implementation plan and estimate of baseline emissions in the San Joaquin Valley provides
motor vehicle emission budgets by county, to facilitate county-level conformity findings.

CARBON MONOXIDE

The urbanized/metropolitan areas of Kern, Fresno, Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties are
classified maintenance for carbon monoxide (CO). The motor vehicle emission budgets for
carbon monoxide are specified in the 2004 Revision to the California State Implementation Plan
for Carbon Monoxide in tons per average winter day. EPA published a direct final rulemaking
approving the plan on November 30, 2005, effective January 30, 2006.

For carbon monoxide, the Federal transportation conformity regulation requires that the TIP and
RTP must pass an emissions budget test with a budget that has been approved by EPA for
transportation conformity purposes. New conformity budgets have been approved for 2003,
2010 and 2018 for portions of the San Joaquin Valley as provided in the following table.

                                       Table 1-1
                       On-Road Motor Vehicle CO Emissions Budgets

County                      2003 Emissions           2010 Emissions         2018 Emissions
                           (winter tons/day)        (winter tons/day)      (winter tons/day)
Fresno                            240                      240                    240
Kern                              180                      180                    180
San Joaquin                       170                      170                    170
Stanislaus                        130                      130                    130


OZONE

Under the existing conformity regulation, regional emissions analyses for ozone areas must
address nitrogen oxides (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOC) precursors. It is
important to note that in California, reactive organic gases (ROG) are considered equivalent to
and are used in place of volatile organic compounds (VOC). The motor vehicle emission
budgets for ozone are specified in the 2007 Ozone Plan in tons per average summer day. EPA is




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anticipated to publish the notice of adequacy determination for the 2011, 2014, and 2017 budgets
in the Federal Register in January 2009.

The SJV has been classified as a Serious nonattainment area for the 8-hour ozone standard.
However, the 2007 Ozone Plan requests an Extreme nonattainment classification and attainment
date of 2023, and includes the corresponding additional RFP years. The SIP has identified
subarea budgets for each MPO in the nonattainment area. For this Conformity Analysis, the SJV
will continue to conduct determinations for subarea emission budgets as established in the
applicable implementation plan.

The conformity budgets from Table 9.3 of the Plan are provided in the table below; it is
anticipated that EPA will publish a budget adequacy determination for the 2011, 2014, and 2017
conformity budgets contained in the 2007 Ozone Plan in January 2009. These budgets have been
used to compare to emissions resulting from Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP and 2007
RTP Amendment #1. ARB subsequently updated Madera County and San Joaquin County
budgets; these updates are reflected in the table below.

                                           Table 1-2
                               Budgets from the 2007 Ozone Plan
                                       (summer tons/day)

                   2008             2011             2014             2017             2020             2023
  County
              ROG      NOx     ROG      NOx     ROG      NOx     ROG      NOx     ROG      NOx     ROG      NOx
  Fresno      18.6      58.5   15.5      47.9   12.9      37.2   11.1      29.1    8.0      16.9    7.8      15.7
Kern (SJV)    18.1      93.9   15.7      79.4   13.5      64.1   11.6      49.5    8.5      28.4    8.1      24.8
   Kings       3.9      18.3    3.4      15.9    2.8      12.3    2.3       9.4    1.7      5.3     1.6      4.7
  Madera       4.4      14.6    3.7      12.2    3.1       9.7    2.6      7.7     1.9      4.8     1.9      4.5
  Merced       7.4      35.5    6.2      28.8    5.1      22.3    4.2      17.1    2.9       9.9    2.8       9.0
San Joaquin   13.9      40.0   12.1      34.7   10.1      27.8    8.6      21.3    6.3      12.7    6.3      11.9
 Stanislaus   10.5      26.7    9.0      22.3    7.5      17.2    6.5      13.4    4.9       8.0    4.6      7.1
   Tulare     10.5      23.4    9.2      20.9    7.7      16.6    6.7      13.1    5.2       8.4    4.8      7.4




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PM-10

The 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan was approved by EPA on November 12, 2008, which
contains motor vehicle emission budgets for PM-10 and NOx, as well as a trading mechanism.
Motor vehicle emission budgets are established based on average annual daily emissions. The
motor vehicle emissions budget for PM-10 includes regional reentrained dust from travel on
paved roads, vehicular exhaust, travel on unpaved roads, and road construction.

The conformity budgets from Tables 6 and 7 of the Plan are provided below (including the minor
technical corrections) and have been used to compare emissions for each analysis year. ARB
subsequently updated the 2005 attainment budgets; these updates are reflected in the table below.

                                      Table 1-3
                     On-Road Motor Vehicle PM-10 Emissions Budgets
                                  (tons per average annual day)

County                              2005                                   2020
                        PM-10                NOx              PM-10                NOx
Fresno                   13.5                59.2               16.1                23.2
Kern(a)                  12.1                88.3               14.7                39.5
Kings                     3.1                16.7                3.6                 6.8
Madera                    3.6                13.9                4.7                 6.5
Merced                    6.2                39.4                6.4                12.9
San Joaquin               9.1                42.6               10.6                17.0
Stanislaus                5.6                29.7                6.7                10.8
Tulare                    7.3                25.1                9.4                10.9
(1) Kern County subarea includes only the portion of Kern County within the San Joaquin Valley
Air Basin

The PM-10 SIP allows trading from the motor vehicle emissions budget for the PM-10 precursor
NOx to the motor vehicle emissions budget for primary PM-10 using a 1.5 to 1 ratio. The trading
mechanism allows the agencies responsible for demonstrating transportation conformity in the
San Joaquin Valley to supplement the 2005 budget for PM-10 with a portion of the 2005 budget
for NOx, and use these adjusted motor vehicle emissions budgets for PM-10 and NOx to
demonstrate transportation conformity with the PM-10 SIP for analysis years after 2005. As
noted above, EPA approved the 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan on November 12, 2008, which
includes continued approval of the trading mechanism.

The trading mechanism will be used only for conformity analyses for analysis years after 2005.
To ensure that the trading mechanism does not impact the ability to meet the NOx budget, the
NOx emission reductions available to supplement the PM-10 budget shall only be those
remaining after the NOx budget has been met.


PM2.5



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EPA and FHWA have indicated that areas violating both the annual and 24-hour standards for
PM2.5 must address both standards in the conformity determination. The San Joaquin Valley
currently violates both standards, and the conformity determination includes both analyses.
Before an adequate or approved SIP budget is available, conformity is generally demonstrated
with interim emission tests.

Conformity may be demonstrated if the emissions from the proposed transportation system are
either less than or no greater than the 2002 motor vehicle emissions in a given area (see Section
93.119). The 2002 baseline year emissions level must be based on the latest planning
assumptions available for the year 2002, the latest emissions model, and appropriate methods for
estimating travel and speeds as required by the conformity regulation. PM2.5 nonattainment
areas may also elect to use the “build-no-greater-than-no-build test”.            Conformity is
demonstrated if the emissions from the proposed transportation system (“build” scenario) are less
than or equal to emissions from the existing transportation system (“no-build” scenario).

The rule allows PM2.5 nonattainment areas to choose between the two interim emissions test
each time that they determine conformity before adequate or approved PM2.5 SIP budgets are
established. However, the same test must be used for each analysis year in a given conformity
determination. The San Joaquin Valley chooses to use the “no-greater-than-2002 emissions
test”. The regional emissions analyses in PM2.5 nonattainment areas must consider directly
emitted PM2.5 motor vehicle emissions from tailpipe, brake wear, and tire wear. In California,
areas will use EMFAC2007.

Prior to adequate or approved PM2.5 SIP budgets, re-entrained road dust and construction-
related fugitive dust from highway or transit projects will only be included in the regional
emissions analyses if EPA or ARB has determined that it is a “significant contributor” to the
PM2.5 regional air quality problem. Until a significance finding is made, PM2.5 areas can
presume that re-entrained road dust is not a significant contributor and not include road dust in
the PM2.5 transportation conformity analysis prior to the SIP. In addition, construction-related
dust emissions are not to be included in any PM2.5 conformity analyses before adequate or
approved PM2.5 SIP budgets are established. As a result, the SJV PM2.5 conformity analysis
will not include re-entrained road dust or construction-related fugitive dust from transportation
projects. It is important to note that the San Joaquin Valley 2008 PM2.5 Plan has been
developed and submitted to EPA. This plan indicates that re-entrained road dust and
construction-related dust emissions are not significant. However, EPA has not acted on the
budgets at this time.

In addition, prior to the submission of a SIP, NOx emissions must be considered, unless both
ARB and EPA make a finding the NOx is not a “significant contributor” to the PM2.5 air quality
problem. Conversely, VOC, SOx, and ammonia emissions do not have to be considered in
conformity, unless either ARB or EPA makes a finding that onroad emissions of any of these
precursors is a “significant contributor” to the area’s PM2.5 air quality issues. It is important to
note that the San Joaquin Valley 2008 PM2.5 Plan has been developed and submitted to EPA.
This plan indicates that VOC, Sox, and ammonia emissions are not significant. However, EPA
has not acted on the budgets at this time. As a result, the SJV PM2.5 conformity analysis will
only address the precursor NOx.



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Table 1-4 summarizes PM2.5 and NOx emission estimates for the 2002 base year by sub-area, as
documented in the Final PM2.5 Conformity Analysis. These emission estimates were calculated
by running EMFAC2007 for the 2002 base year using default vehicle population, VMT, and
speed fraction data; the result is then rounded up to the next tenths place (consistent with ARB
policy). The 24-hour estimate is multiplied by 365 to yield an annual estimate (rounded to the
whole ton).

                                       Table 1-4
                      On-Road Motor Vehicle PM2.5 Emissions Budgets

County                         2002 24-Hour                              2002 Annual
                       (average annual tons per day)            (average annual tons per year)
                         PM2.5              NOx                    PM2.5              NOx
Fresno                     2.2               63.4                    803             23141
Kern                       3.7               94.1                   1351             34347
Kings                      0.8               18.5                    292              6753
Madera                     0.5               13.7                    183              5001
Merced                     1.5               37.1                    548             13542
San Joaquin                1.5               43.4                    548             15841
Stanislaus                 1.0               30.2                    365             11023
Tulare                     0.8               26.4                    292              9636


ANALYSIS YEARS

The conformity regulation (Section 93. 118 b and d) requires documentation of the years for
which consistency with motor vehicle emission budgets must be shown. In addition, any
interpolation performed to meet tests for years in which specific analysis is not required need to
be documented.

For the selection of the horizon years, the conformity regulation requires: (1) that if the
attainment year is in the time span of the transportation plan, it must be modeled; (2) the last year
forecast in the transportation plan must be a horizon year; and (3) horizon years may not be more
than ten years apart. In addition, the conformity regulation requires that conformity must be
demonstrated for each year for which the applicable implementation plan specifically establishes
motor vehicle emission budgets.

Section 93.118(b)(2) clarifies that when a maintenance plan has been submitted, conformity must
be demonstrated for the last year of the maintenance plan and any other years for which the
maintenance plan establishes budgets in the time frame of the transportation plan. Section
93.118(d)(2) indicates that a regional emissions analysis may be performed for any years, the
attainment year, and the last year of the plan’s forecast. Other years may be determined by
interpolating between the years for which the regional emissions analysis is performed.




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On March 8, 2005, EPA issued Guidance for Determining the “Attainment Year” for
Transportation Conformity in new 8-hour ozone and PM2.5 Nonattainment Areas (EPA, 2005b).
Per CAA section 172(a)(2), all PM2.5 nonattainment areas will have an initial maximum
statutory attainment date of April 5, 2010.

Nonattainment areas that do not have any adequate or approved budgets are not required to
demonstrate conformity and perform a regional emissions analysis for their attainment year. For
the SJV, this applies to PM2.5. It is important to note that the San Joaquin Valley 2008 PM2.5
Plan has been developed and submitted to EPA. However, EPA has not acted on the budgets at
this time. Under Section 93.119(g)(1) of the conformity regulation, nonattainment areas using
interim emission tests are required to perform a regional emissions analysis for the following
years:

    •    A year no more than 5 years beyond the year in which the conformity determination is
         made (e.g., 2010);
    •    The last year of the transportation plan’s forecast period (e.g., 2030); and
    •    Any additional years within the time frame of the transportation plan so that analysis
         years are no more than 10 years apart (e.g., 2020).

A summary of the analysis years resulting from the above described rules and guidance for the
Conformity Analysis is provided below.

                                               Table 1-5
                             San Joaquin Valley Conformity Analysis Years

    Pollutant          Budget Years1 Attainment/Maintenance                     Intermediate          RTP Horizon
                                              Year                                  Years                Year
CO                         2010               2018                                  2020                 2030
Ozone                 2011/2014/2017         20232                                  2020                 2030
PM-10                       NA                2020                                  2010                 2030
PM2.5                       NA                2010                                  2020                 2030

Section 93.118 (d)(2) indicates that the regional emissions analysis may be performed for any
years in the time frame of the transportation plan provided they are not more than ten years apart
and provided the analysis is performed for the attainment year (if it is in the time frame of the
transportation plan) and the last year of the plan’s forecast period. Emissions in years for which
consistency with motor vehicle emissions budgets must be demonstrated, as required in
paragraph (b) of this section (i.e., each budget year), may be determined by interpolating
between the years for which the regional emissions analysis is performed. For CO, the analysis
year 2018 will be interpolated from 2010 and 2020.



1
  Budget years that are not in the time frame of the transportation plan are not included as analysis years (e.g., CO
2003, Ozone 2008, and PM-10 2005), although they may be used to demonstrate conformity.
2
  The attainment year for Serious 8-hour Ozone areas is 2013; however, the 2007 Ozone Plan requests
reclassification to Extreme which has an attainment year of 2023.


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                              CHAPTER 2
       LATEST PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS AND TRANSPORTATION MODELING

LATEST PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS

The Clean Air Act states that “the determination of conformity shall be based on the most recent
estimates of emissions, and such estimates shall be determined from the most recent population,
employment, travel, and congestion estimates as determined by the MPO or other agency
authorized to make such estimates.” On January 18, 2001, the USDOT issued guidance
developed jointly with EPA to provide additional clarification concerning the use of latest
planning assumptions in conformity determinations (USDOT, 2001).

According to the conformity regulation, the time the conformity analysis begins is “the point at
which the MPO or other designated agency begins to model the impact of the proposed
transportation plan or TIP on travel and/or emissions.” The conformity analysis and initial
modeling began in January 2007. A summary of transportation model updates and latest
planning assumptions was transmitted to the Model Coordinating Committee (MCC) for
interagency consultation. The summary was discussed on the October 11, 2007 MCC
conference call. Both EPA and FHWA subsequently indicated that there were no comments or
concerns regarding the summary.

Key elements of the latest planning assumption guidance include:

   •    Areas are strongly encouraged to review and strive towards regular five-year updates of
        planning assumptions, especially population, employment and vehicle registration
        assumptions.

   •    The latest planning assumptions must be derived from the population, employment, travel
        and congestion estimates that have been most recently developed by the MPO (or other
        agency authorized to make such estimates) and approved by the MPO.

   •    Conformity determinations that are based on information that is older than five years
        should include written justification for not using more recent information. For areas
        where updates are appropriate, the conformity determination should include an
        anticipated schedule for updating assumptions.

   •    The conformity determination must use the latest existing information regarding the
        effectiveness of the transportation control measures (TCMs) and other implementation
        plan measures that have already been implemented.

The Tulare County Association of Governments uses the TP+/Cube transportation model. The
model was validated in 2004 for the 2003 base year. The latest planning assumptions used in the
transportation model validation and Conformity Analysis is summarized in Table 2-1.




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                                        Table 2-1
         Summary of Latest Planning Assumptions for the Tulare County Association of
                             Governments Conformity Analysis

 Assumption        Year and Source of Data                    Modeling               Next Scheduled Update
                        (MPO action)
Population         Base Year: Census 2000              This data is disaggregated    New data from the Central
                                                       to the TAZ level for input    California Futures Institute
                   Projections: DOF 2004               into the TP+/Cube for the     projections is expected to be
                                                       base year validation.         adopted by Tulare COG in
                   Adopted by Tulare COG policy                                      2008.
                   board in May 2007
Employment         Base Year: Dun and Bradstreet       This data is disaggregated    New data from InfoUSA is
                   2004                                to the TAZ level for input    anticipated to be included in
                                                       into the TP+/Cube for the     the next transportation model
                   Projections: Woods and Poole        base year validation.         update in 2008.
                   2004

Traffic Counts     Approximately     3,000 traffic     TP+/Cube was validated        Traffic counts are updated
                   counts were       collected in      using these traffic counts.   every five years, if funds are
                   2002/2003.                                                        available.

Vehicle Miles of   The Tulare COG policy Board         TP+/Cube        is    the     The transportation model is
Travel             accepted the 2004 transportation    transportation model used     expected to be validated for
                   model validation for the 2003       to estimate VMT in            the 2005 base year in 2008.
                   base year in May 2004.              Tulare County.

Speeds             The 2004 transportation model       TP+/Cube.             The      A speed study will be
                   validation was based on survey      transportation      model     conducted every five years, if
                   data on peak and off-peak           includes a feedback loop      adequate funds are available.
                   highway speeds collected in         that assures congested
                   1998.                               speeds are consistent with
                                                       travel speeds.
                   Speed distributions were updated
                   in      EMFAC2007,          using
                   methodology approved by ARB         EMFAC2007
                   and with information from the
                   transportation model.
Vehicle            EMFAC2007 is the most recent                                      ARB has committed to update
Registrations      model for use in California         EMFAC2007                     the fleet information in
                   conformity analyses. Vehicle                                      EMFAC on a 3-year cycle (see
                   registration data is included by                                  1/31/06 letter to EPA and
                   ARB in the model and cannot be                                    FHWA). The next update is
                   updated by the user.                                              scheduled to occur in 2010.




State              Latest implementation status of     Emission reduction            Updated for every conformity
Implementation     commitments in prior SIPs.          credits consistent with the   analysis.
Plan Measures                                          SIPs are post-processed
                                                       via spreadsheets as
                                                       documented in Ch. 4.


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SOCIOECONOMIC DATA

POPULATION, EMPLOYMENT AND LAND USE

The conformity regulation requires documentation of base case and projected population,
employment, and land use used in the transportation modeling. USDOT/EPA guidance indicates
that if the data is more than five years old, written justification for the use of older data must be
provided. In addition, documentation is required for how land use development scenarios are
consistent with future transportation system alternatives, and the reasonable distribution of
employment and residences for each alternative.

Supporting Documentation:

Population: Tulare County Association of Governments uses the 2000 U.S. Census files, permit
activity and Department of Finance projections. Staff does not have the time or the funds to
internally forecast population projections. Updates are consistent with the Department of
Finance activities. The official population assumptions were accepted on May 21, 2007.

Employment: The employment information came primarily in census block format. In this
case, a business database service, Dun and Bradstreet, was utilized. This data was later verified,
cross-referenced and updated with information from other sources. Listed below are the exact
resources utilized.

Dun and Bradstreet (D&B) provided the base information to the block level on employers and
the number of employees at each location. The data was reclassified by employment type into
one of eight categories utilized in the model. The employment categories included Education,
Government, Agriculture, Industrial, Office, Service, Retail and Other. The individual data was
also verified by staff for accuracy. All employers with more than 100 employees were contacted
to ensure the correct block placement. Any business not correctly assigned was reassigned.
Government, Education and Agricultural employment categories were pulled out and evaluated
separately.

School Districts provided staff with the locations of all their facilities and the number of people
employed at each location. Local, State and Federal agencies were contacted for the locations of
their respective facilities and employment levels. Employment data from the California
Employment Development Department and the US Census Bureau (Economic Census) provided
a county overview of public sector jobs and private sector jobs. The US Department of
Agriculture also provided county level statistics on farm labor figures, a number historically
difficult to establish.

Tulare County Association of Governments utilized information from the projection firm Woods
and Poole (W&P), which provided additional data on employment levels. All of the sources
listed provided TCAG with the information to construct the employment element of the land use
model. Reviewing all the data together revealed that the D&B numbers were understating
employment in Tulare County. Private sector numbers were adjusted based on correction factors
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The Dun & Bradstreet data provided approximately 12,000 data records of businesses in Tulare
County, including their name, address, 4-digit standard industry classification (SIC) code,
employees (total and “employees here”), and geocoding at the Census 2000 block level. This
allows for distribution of employees by Census block, and ultimately, by TAZ. The Woods &
Poole data provided historical, current, and projected estimates of county-wide employment by 5
year increments from 1970 to 2025. Estimates include county totals of population, employment
(jobs) by SIC code and major category (e.g., farm, agricultural, construction, manufacturing,
wholesale trade, retail trade, service, government, etc.), households, etc.

Land Use: Land use provides the foundation for the operation and accuracy of the Tulare
County Association of Governments transportation model. Information on the current land use
conditions for the county was entered into the model to approximate the current conditions of
Tulare County. This process draws upon a number of resources ranging from federal
government agencies to local cities and school districts. Once the TAZs were numbered, the
TAZ layer was assigned to the Census block layer to give each census block a TAZ assignment.
This allowed data released in block format to be aggregated together to form the TAZ layer.
Once the block assignment was complete, the assignment process was repeated for Tracts. Since
Tracts are the higher level geography (one to several TAZs nest within each Tract) each TAZ
received a tract number, to which data would be later assigned. Unlike blocks, no TAZ crossed
tract boundaries; as a result, there were no split tract assignments.

TRANSPORTATION MODELING

The San Joaquin Valley Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) utilize the TP+/Cube
traffic modeling software. The Valley TPA regional traffic models consist of traditional four-step
traffic forecasting models. They use land use, socioeconomic, and road network data to estimate
facility-specific roadway traffic volumes. Each TPA model covers the appropriate county area,
which is then divided into hundreds or thousands of individual traffic analysis zones (TAZs). In
addition the model roadway networks include thousands of nodes and links. Link types include
freeway, freeway ramp, other State route, expressway, arterial, collector, and local collector.
Current and future-year road networks were developed considering local agency circulation
elements of their general plans, traffic impact studies, capital improvement programs, and the
State Transportation Improvement Program. The models use equilibrium, a capacity sensitive
assignment methodology, and the data from the model for the emission estimates differentiates
between peak and off-peak volumes and speeds. In addition, the model is reasonably sensitive to
changes in time and other factors affecting travel choices. The results from model
validation/calibration were analyzed for reasonableness and compared to historical trends.

Specific transportation modeling requirements in the conformity regulation are summarized
below, followed by a description of how the Tulare County Association of Governments
transportation modeling methodology meets those requirements.

The TCAG regional travel model is a conventional travel model demand forecasting model that
is similar in structure to most other current area-wide models used for traffic forecasting. It uses
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traffic volumes.

The TCAG model was converted to TP+ in 1999 and in 2007 remains in that modeling domain.
The major land use update effort of 2003/early 2004 increased the number of traffic analysis
zones (TAZs) from 850 “active” zones to 1251 “active” zones.

TRAFFIC COUNTS

The conformity regulation requires documentation that a network-based travel model is in use
that is validated against observed counts for a base year no more than 10 years before the date of
the conformity determination. Document that the model results have been analyzed for
reasonableness and compared to historical trends and explain any significant differences between
past trends and forecasts (for per capita vehicle-trips, VMT, trip lengths mode shares, time of
day, etc.).

Supporting Documentation:

The model and was validated to the end of 2003 conditions using about 350 directional 2002
counts from Caltrans and about 350 directional traffic counts collected locally in early 2003.
Traffic counts included daily, AM 3 hour, PM 3 hour, AM 1 hour and PM 1-hour observations.

Forecasted traffic volumes on the simulated network were compared with actual traffic counts on
selected streets and on established screenlines and for the recommended Federal Highway
Administration (FHWA) target variations by facility type. In general, the model meets all of the
FHWA validation targets for percent differences by facility type.

Count vs. Volume Comparisons by Facility Type

                       Model          Traffic                      Target
 Facility Type         Estimate       Count          Percent       Percent
 Freeways                   417,983        408,349   2.4%          +/- 7%
 Highways                   145,588        144,718   0.6%          +/- 10%
 Arterials                  432,542        461,742   -6.3%         +/- 15%
 Collectors                  20,944         23,120   -9.4%         +/- 25%
 Rural Roads                635,095        556,280   14.2%         +/- 15%
 Overall                  1,652,152      1,594,209   3.6%

Trip-Making and Travel Patterns

Available 2000 Census Journey-to-Work data, Caltrans 2001 Travel Survey data, and National
Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) recommended trip rates were used to verify,
and as needed, modify the TCAG model trip generation rates. The table below shows the
resultant trips by purpose compared with the Caltrans survey data.




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TCAG Model Trips by Trip Purpose

          HBW         HBS         HBO       WO        OO        TOT
          Home        Home        Home      Work      Other     Total
          Based       Based       Based     Other     Other
          Work        Shopping    Other
 Caltrans 14.2%        13.1%      40.5%      8.0%     24.1%     100.0%
 Survey
 TCAG 14.9%            10.9%      44.0%      8.3%     21.9%     100.0%
  Model

The Census Journey-to-Work and Caltrans 2001 Travel Survey data was used in conjunction
with the Caltrans Statewide Model to incorporate new estimates of the internal-external,
external-internal, and external-external county trip percents, average trip lengths by trip purpose,
home-based work (HBW) trip distribution, and average vehicle occupancy rates and transit
percentage assumptions.

Statistical Fit and RMSE Estimates

The model’s coefficient of determination (R-squared value) of 0.962 for counts vs. model
volumes meets the FHWA target of >0.88, indicating an acceptable fit of the observed counts to
the modeled traffic volumes for the base year. Additionally, the model meets all of the FHWA
% RMSE targets by facility type and by volume range, except for the lowest volume facilities.
Count / Model Volume Comparison by Facility Type

                                           FHWA
                                         % RMSE
 Facility                  %RMSE            Target
 Freeways                   10.8%             20%
 Highways                    9.1%             30%
 Arterials                  28.1%             35%
                                         Depends
 Collectors                  56.5%              on
 Rural Roads                 54.9%        volumes
         Sum                  32%           <50%

Count / Model Volume Comparison by Volume Range

                                          FHWA
                                         % RMSE
      Volume Range         %RMSE           Target
            1-4,999         79.9%          <70%
        5,000-9,999         23.9%           52%
      10,000-14,999         24.3%           34%



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       15,000-19,999          8.8%           27%
       20,000-24,999         10.9%           25%
       25,000-44,999         34.2%           22%
         Sum                  32%

SPEEDS

The conformity regulation requires documentation of the use of capacity sensitive assignment
methodology and emissions estimates based on a methodology that differentiates between peak
and off-peak volumes and speeds, and bases speeds on final assigned volumes. In addition,
documentation of the use of zone-to-zone travel impedances to distribute trips in reasonable
agreement with the travel times estimated from final assigned traffic volumes. Where transit is a
significant factor, document that zone-to-zone travel impedances used to distribute trips are used
to model mode split. Finally, document that reasonable methods were used to estimate traffic
speeds and delays in a manner sensitive to the estimated volume of travel on each roadway
segment represented in the travel model.

Supporting Documentation:

TCAG does not currently collect peak period congested travel speeds. The travel model is
validated to counts using input average free flow speeds and common practice speed flow curves
which are used to estimate congested speeds and travel times. Then, a feedback loop is
implemented with the intent to ensure that the congested travel impedances (times) used for final
traffic assignment and as input to the air quality analysis are consistent with the travel
impedances used throughout the model process. The feedback loop is considered to converge
when the travel times that result from the congested travel speeds after traffic assignment
compare closely with the travel times used as input to the trip distribution process.

Future data will be obtained with survey data on free flow speeds and common practice speed
flow curves.

The TCAG peak period model has been set up to estimate travel demand during three periods:
AM peak 3 hours, PM peak 3 hours, and Off-Peak 18 hours. The time-of-day factors are based
on information from the 2001 Caltrans travel survey and are shown below.

                                                     Percent of Daily Trips
   Trip Purpose                       Productions to     Attractions to
                                       Attractions        Productions               Total
   AM Peak 3-Hour Period
   (6:00 AM to 9:00 AM)
   Home-Work                               19.4                1.9                   21.3
   Home-Shop                               7.8                 4.4                   12.2
   Home-Other                              16.0                4.8                   20.8
   Work-Other                              16.3                5.7                   22.0




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                                                      Percent of Daily Trips
   Trip Purpose                        Productions to     Attractions to
                                        Attractions        Productions                 Total
   Other-Other                             12.0                0.6                     12.6
   Through Trips                           19.0                0.0                     19.0

   PM Peak 3-Hour Period
   (3:00 PM to 6:00 PM)
   Home-Work                                 2.1                 23.3                   25.4
   Home-Shop                                 12.3                23.0                   35.3
   Home-Other                                10.4                14.6                   25.0
   Work-Other                                21.1                 1.9                   23.0
   Other-Other                               31.8                 0.3                   32.1
   Through Trips                              0.0                26.0                   26.0

   Off-Peak 18-Hour Period
   Home-Work                                 31.5                21.8                   53.3
   Home-Shop                                 22.2                30.3                   52.5
   Home-Other                                24.5                29.7                   54.2
   Work-Other                                36.2                18.8                   55.0
   Other-Other                               53.7                 1.6                   55.3
   Through Trips                             27.5                27.5                   55.0


A feedback loop is implemented with the intent to ensure that the congested travel impedances
(times) used for final traffic assignment and as input to the air quality analysis are consistent with
the travel impedances used throughout the model process. The feedback loop is considered to
converge when the travel times that result from the congested travel speeds after traffic
assignment compare closely with the travel times used as input to the trip distribution process.

Tulare County Association of Governments offered review of the model update to Caltrans, the
San Joaquin Valley COG Directors Association Model Coordinating Committee and presented
several staff reports to the TCAG Board.

TRANSIT

The conformity regulation requires documentation of any changes in transit operating policies
and assumed ridership levels since the previous conformity determination. Document the use of
the latest transit fares and road and bridge tolls.

Supporting Documentation:

Since the percent of transit trips is small in Tulare County, at this time the TCAG travel model
does not include a separate mode choice analysis step. Transit trips currently account for about




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0.4 percent of all trips in Tulare County, and no major transit investments are planned that would
significantly increase transit usage. The peak period model does include a separate sub-model
for estimating vehicle occupancy. It also includes provisions for varying the transit usage
assumptions to help evaluate the traffic effects of higher transit use.

VALIDATION/CALIBRATION

The conformity regulation requires documentation that the model results have been analyzed for
reasonableness and compared to historical trends and explain any significant differences between
past trends and forecasts (for per capita vehicle-trips, VMT, trip lengths mode shares, time of
day, etc.). In addition, documentation of how travel models are reasonably sensitive to changes
in time, cost, and other factors affecting travel choices is required. The use of HPMS, or a
locally developed count-based program or procedures that have been chosen to reconcile and
calibrate the network-based travel model estimates of VMT must be documented.

Supporting Documentation:

The models were validated by comparing its estimates of base year traffic conditions with base
year traffic counts. The base year validations meet standard criteria for replicating total traffic
volumes on various road types and for percent error on links. The base year validation also
meets standard criteria for percent error relative to traffic counts on groups of roads (screenlines)
throughout each county.

For Serious and above nonattainment areas, transportation conformity guidance, Section
93.122(b)(3) of the conformity regulation states:

Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) estimates of vehicle miles traveled (VMT)
shall be considered the primary measure of VMT within the portion of the nonattainment or
maintenance area and for the functional classes of roadways included in HPMS, for urban areas
which are sampled on a separate urban area basis. For areas with network-based travel models,
a factor (or factors) may be developed to reconcile and calibrate the network-based travel model
estimates of VMT in the base year of its validation to the HPMS estimates for the same period.
These factors may then be applied to model estimates of future VMT. In this factoring process,
consideration will be given to differences between HPMS and network-based travel models, such
as differences in the facility coverage of the HPMS and the modeling network description
Locally developed count-based programs and other departures from these procedures are
permitted subject to the interagency consultation procedures.

The TCAG regional model forecasts of VMT for the 2003 base year validation were within 5%
of the relevant year of Caltrans Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) data as
tabulated in the Assembly of Statistical Reports for the selected base year. Even with the model
update, the regional model is still providing consistent estimates of VMT to previous versions
and the estimated VMT increased between 1998 and 2003 at the pace of population,
employment, and traffic growth (~ 6%). It appears that the Caltrans estimate has grown
significantly faster than population, employment, and traffic (~ 15%). This results in the current
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estimates of VMT are consistent with previous versions of the model.

FUTURE NETWORKS

The conformity regulation requires that a listing of regionally significant projects and federally-
funded non-regionally significant projects assumed in the regional emissions analysis be
provided in the conformity documentation. In addition, all projects that are exempt must also be
documented.

§93.106(a)(2)ii and §93.122(a)(1) requires that regionally significant additions or modifications
to the existing transportation network that are expected to be open to traffic in each analysis year
be documented for both Federally funded and non-federally funded projects (see Appendix B).

§93.122(a)(1) requires that VMT for non-regionally significant Federal projects is accounted for
in the regional emissions analysis. It is assumed that all SJV MPOs include these projects in the
transportation network (see Appendix B).

§93.126, §93.127, §93.128 require that all projects in the TIP/RTP that are exempt from
conformity requirements or exempt from the regional emissions analysis be documented. In
addition, the reason for the exemption (Table 2, Table 3, traffic signal synchronization) must also
be documented (see Appendix B). It is important to note that the CTIPs exemption code is
provided in response to FHWA direction.

Supporting Documentation:

The build highway networks include qualifying projects based on Amendment #3 to the 2009
Interim Federal Transportation Improvement Program (2009 Interim FTIP) and the 2007
Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Amendment #1. Not all of the street and freeway projects
included in the TIP/RTP qualify for inclusion in the highway network. Projects that call for
study, design, right-of-way acquisition, or non-capacity improvements are not included in the
networks. When these projects result in actual facility construction projects, the associated
capacity changes are coded into the network as appropriate. Since the networks define capacity
in terms of number of through traffic lanes, only construction projects that increase the lane-
miles of through traffic are included.

Generally, Valley TPA highway networks include all roadways included in the county or cities
classified system. These links typically include all freeways plus expressways, arterials,
collectors and local collectors. Highway networks also include regionally significant planned
local improvements from Transportation Impact Fee Programs and developer funded
improvements required to mitigate the impact of a new development.

Small-scale local street improvements contained in the TIP/RTP are not coded on the highway
network. Although not explicitly coded, traffic on collector and local streets is simulated in the
models by use of abstract links called “centroid connectors.” These represent local streets and
driveways which connect a neighborhood to a regionally significant roadway. Model estimates
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travel.

TRAFFIC ESTIMATES

A summary of the population, employment, and travel characteristics for the Tulare County
Association of Governments transportation modeling area for each scenario in the Conformity
Analysis is presented in Table 2-2.

                                      Table 2-2
     Traffic Network Comparison for Horizon Years Evaluated in Conformity Analysis


 Horizon Year           Total            Employment           Average               Total Lane
                      Population                           Weekday VMT                Miles
                                                             (millions)
      2010              433,618             166,065            11.50                  4964
      2011              439,854             168,577            11.76             Not Applicable
      2014              458,562             176,113            12.32             Not Applicable
      2017              487,300             184,722            13.44             Not Applicable
      2020              521,050             193,867            14.46                  5191
      2023              549,556             201,202            14.85             Not Applicable
      2030              620,355             222,865            17.55                  5478

VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS

The Tulare County Association of Governments does not estimate vehicle registrations, age
distributions or fleet mix. Rather, current forecasted estimates for these data are developed by
CARB and included in the EMFAC2007 model. EMFAC2007 is the most recent model for use
in California conformity analyses. Vehicle registrations, age distribution and fleet mix are
developed and included in the model by CARB and cannot be updated by the user.

STATE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN MEASURES

The air quality modeling procedures and associated spreadsheets contained in Chapter 3 Air
Quality Modeling assume emission reductions consistent with the applicable air quality plans.
The emission reductions assumed for these committed measures reflect the latest implementation
status of these measures. Committed control measures in the applicable air quality plans that
reduce mobile source emissions and are used in conformity, are summarized below.

OZONE

Committed control measures in the 2007 Ozone Plan that reduce mobile source emissions and
are included in the conformity demonstration are shown in Table 2-3.




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                                       Table 2-3
              2007 Ozone Plan Measures Assumed in the Conformity Analysis

             Measure Description                                    Pollutants
District Existing Indirect Source Mitigation     Summer NOx
and School Bus Fleets rules
ARB existing Reflash, Idling, and Moyer          Summer ROG
                                                 Summer NOx
District Proposed Employee Trip Reduction        Summer ROG
                                                 Summer NOx

NOTE: While the ARB Proposed passenger and truck measures included in the Draft State
Strategy were included in the 2007 Ozone Plan and conformity budgets, they are not included in
the conformity analysis. EPA has indicated that these measures cannot be included, since there
is no written commitment to the specific control measures contained in the SIP.

PM-10

Committed control measures in the EPA approved 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan that reduce
mobile source emissions and are included in the conformity demonstration are shown in Table 2-
4.

                                      Table 2-4
        2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan Measures Assumed in the Conformity Analysis

           Measure Description                                    Pollutants
ARB existing Reflash, Idling, and Moyer          PM-10 annual exhaust
                                                 NOx annual exhaust
District Rule 8061                               PM-10 paved road dust
                                                 PM-10 unpaved road dust
District Rule 8021 Controls                      PM-10 road construction dust

PM2.5

Committed control measures in the EPA approved 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan that reduce
mobile source emissions (exhaust only) are shown in the table above. It is important to note that
the PM-10 exhaust reductions are reduced by the ARB size fraction for diesel exhaust to yield a
PM2.5 exhaust reduction.

The ARB size fraction data can be accessed at http://www.arb.ca.gov/ei/speciate/speciate.htm
The PMSIZE link (under speciation profiles) opens a spreadsheet that contains size fractions.
Row 75 of the spreadsheet specifies that the diesel exhaust fraction of PM-10 that represents
PM2.5 or smaller is 0.92. This fraction was used because the approved ARB control measure in
the EPA approved Amended 2003 PM-10 Plan only affects diesel vehicle exhaust.



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The PM-10 diesel exhaust emission reductions are reduced by the ARB size fraction for diesel
vehicle exhaust to yield a PM2.5 diesel exhaust emission reduction. This is documented in the
spreadsheet EMFAC explanation tab. The PM2.5 fraction is calculated by multiplying the PM-
10 diesel exhaust fraction by the ARB size fraction 0.92.




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                                       CHAPTER 3
                                 AIR QUALITY MODELING

The model used to estimate vehicle exhaust emissions for carbon monoxide, ozone precursors,
and particulate matter is EMFAC2007. ARB emission factors for PM-10 have been used to
calculate reentrained paved and unpaved road dust, and fugitive dust associated with road
construction. For the Conformity Analysis, model inputs not dependent on the Transportation
Improvement Program or Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) are consistent with the applicable
SIPs, which include:

   •   The 2004 Revision to the California State Implementation Plan for Carbon Monoxide
       was approved by EPA on November 30, 2005 (effective January 30, 2006).

   •   EPA is anticipated to publish an adequacy determination for the 2011, 2014, and 2017
       conformity budgets contained in the 2007 Ozone Plan in January 2009.

   •   The 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan was approved by EPA on November 12, 2008.

It is important to note that the San Joaquin Valley 2008 PM2.5 Plan has been developed and
submitted to EPA. However, EPA has not acted on the budget at this time; therefore, the PM2.5
Plan is not an applicable SIP.

Regional emissions have been estimated for the horizon years 2010, 2020, 2023 and 2030; other
analysis years are interpolated per conformity regulation. The conformity regulation
requirements for the selection of the horizon years are summarized in Chapter 1.

EMFAC2007

The EMFAC model (short for EMission FACtor) is a computer model that can estimate emission
rates for motor vehicles for calendar years from 1970 to 2040 operating in California. Pollutant
emissions for hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, particulate matter, lead, sulfur
oxides, and carbon dioxide are output from the model. Emissions are calculated for passenger
cars, eight different classes of trucks, motorcycles, urban and school buses and motor homes.

EMFAC is used to calculate current and future inventories of motor vehicle emissions at the
state, county, air district, air basin, or county within air basin level. EMFAC contains default
vehicle activity data that can be used to estimate a motor vehicle emission inventory in tons/day
for a specific day, month, or season, and as a function of ambient temperature, relative humidity,
vehicle population, mileage accrual, miles of travel and speeds.

Section 93.111 of the conformity regulation requires the use of the latest emission estimation
model in the development of conformity determinations. EMFAC2007 is the latest update to the
EMFAC model for use by California State and local governments to meet Clean Air Act (CAA,
1990) requirements. On January 18, 2008 EPA announced the availability of this latest version




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of the California EMFAC model for use in State Implementation Plan (SIP) development in
California.

Since the transportation conformity regulation (40 CFR 93.110) requires areas to use the latest
information for estimating vehicle activity, EPA approved the CARB methodology for updating
the default vehicle activity data in EMFAC2002 in April 2003. CARB’s methodology,
‘‘Recommended Methods for Use of EMFAC2002 to Develop Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets
and Assess Conformity,’’ explains how vehicle activity data should be updated. This
methodology has not been updated for EMFAC2007, but remains applicable. The methodology
explains how each parameter associated with vehicle activity was originally developed in
EMFAC, how each parameter is related, and how each can be updated when new data becomes
available. These relationships are important when adjusting vehicle trips or VMT (vehicle miles
traveled). For example, VMT in EMFAC2007 is directly related to vehicle population and
mileage accrual rate. Similarly, start and evaporative vehicle emissions are also related to vehicle
population levels. If new VMT data is available, CARB suggests modifying the input vehicle
population levels, instead of directly inputting new VMT data, so that start and evaporative
emissions are revised appropriately. Updated vehicle activity data can also be input to EMFAC
using the WIS interface.

A transportation data template has been prepared to summarize the transportation model output
for use in EMFAC 2007. The template includes allocating VMT by speed bin by modeling
period, as well as creating a 24-hour VMT percentage by speed bin array for input into EMFAC
2007.

EMFAC was used to estimate exhaust emissions for CO, ozone, PM-10, and PM2.5 conformity
demonstrations consistent with the applicable air quality plan. These estimates are further
reduced by SIP measures as documented in Chapter 2.

ADDITIONAL PM-10 ESTIMATES

PM-10 emissions for reentrained dust from travel on paved and unpaved roads will be calculated
separately from roadway construction emissions. It is important to note that with the final
approval of the 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan, EPA approved a methodology to calculate PM-
10 emissions from paved and unpaved roads in future San Joaquin Valley conformity
determinations. The Conformity Analysis uses these methodologies and estimates construction-
related PM-10 emissions consistent with the 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan. The National
Ambient Air Quality Standards for PM-10 consists of a 24-hour standard, which is represented
by the motor vehicle emissions budgets established in the 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan. It is
important to note that EPA revoked the annual PM-10 Standard on October 17, 2006. The PM-
10 emissions calculated for the conformity analysis represent emissions on an annual average
day and are used to satisfy the budget test.

CALCULATION OF REENTRAINED DUST FROM PAVED ROAD TRAVEL

The core methodology for estimating paved road dust emissions is based on the algorithm
published in the 5th Edition of AP-42 (U.S. EPA) (http://www.epa.gov/ttn/chief/ap42/ch13/).


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ARB default assumptions for roadway silt loading by roadway class, rainfall correction factor
average vehicle weight remain unchanged. Emissions are estimated for five roadway classes
including freeways, arterials, collectors, local roads, and rural roads. Countywide vehicle miles
traveled (VMT) information is used for each road class to prepare the emission estimates.

CALCULATION OF REENTRAINED DUST FROM UNPAVED ROAD TRAVEL

The base methodology for estimating unpaved road dust emissions is based on an ARB
methodology in which the miles of unpaved road are multiplied by the assumed vehicle miles
traveled (VMT) and an emission factor. In the 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan, it is assumed that
all non-agricultural unpaved roads within the SJV receive 10 vehicle passes per day. An
emission factor of 2.0 lbs PM-10/VMT is used for the unpaved road dust emission estimates.
Emissions are estimated for city/county maintained roads.

CALCULATION OF PM-10 FROM ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION

Section 93.122(e) of the Transportation Conformity regulation requires that PM-10 from
construction-related fugitive dust be included in the regional PM-10 emissions analysis, if it is
identified as a contributor to the nonattainment problem in the PM-10 implementation plan. The
emission estimates are based on an ARB methodology in which the miles of new road built are
converted to acres disturbed, which is then multiplied by a generic project duration (i.e., 18
months) and an emission rate. Emission factors are unchanged from the previous estimates at
0.11 tons PM-10/acre-month of activity. The emission factor includes the effects of typical
control measures, such as watering, which is assumed to reduce emissions by about 50%.
Updated activity data (i.e., new lane miles of roadway built) is estimated based on the highway
and transit construction projects in the TIP/RTP.

PM-10 TRADING MECHANISM

The PM-10 SIP allows trading from the motor vehicle emissions budget for the PM-10 precursor
NOx to the motor vehicle emissions budget for primary PM-10 using a 1.5 to 1 ratio. The
trading mechanism will be used only for conformity analyses for analysis years after 2005.

PM2.5 APPROACH

EPA issued guidance for creating annual on-road mobile source emission inventories for PM2.5
in August 2005 (EPA, 2005c). The guidance indicates that all areas currently designated
nonattainment for PM2.5 are violating the annual standard for the pollutant. Therefore, in order
to be consistent with the standard, PM2.5 nonattainment areas must develop annual emission
inventories for the purpose of developing SIP budgets and demonstrating transportation
conformity.

EMFAC2007 includes data for temperature, relative humidity, and characteristics for gasoline
fuel sold that vary by geographic area, calendar year, and month and season. The annual average
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direct PM2.5 and NOx from motor vehicles for an annual average day that will provide the
information for both the annual and 24-hour PM2.5 standards.

EPA guidance indicates that State and local agencies need to consider whether vehicle miles
traveled (VMT) varies during the year enough to affect PM2.5 annual emission estimates. The
availability of seasonal or monthly VMT data and the corresponding variability of that data need
to be evaluated.

PM2.5 areas that are currently using network based travel models must continue to use them
when calculating annual emission inventories. The guidance indicates that the interagency
consultation process should be used to determine the appropriate approach to produce accurate
annual inventories for a given nonattainment area. Whichever approach is chosen, that approach
should be used consistently throughout the analysis for a given pollutant or precursor. The
interagency consultation process should also be used to determine whether significant seasonal
variations in the output of network based travel models are expected and whether these variations
would have a significant impact on PM2.5 emission estimates.

The SJV MPOs all use network based travel models. However, the models only estimate
average weekday VMT. The San Joaquin Valley MPOs do not have the data or ability to
estimate seasonal variation at this time. Data collection and analysis for some studies are in the
preliminary phases and cannot be relied upon for other analyses. Some statewide data for the
seasonal variation of VMT on freeways does exist. However, traffic patterns on freeways do not
necessary represent the typical traffic pattern for local streets and arterials.

In many cases, traffic counts are sponsored by the MPOs and conducted by local jurisdictions.
While some local jurisdictions may collect weekend or seasonal data, typical urban traffic counts
occur on weekdays (Tuesday through Thursday). Data collection must be more consistent in
order to begin estimation of daily or seasonal variation.

The San Joaquin Valley MPOs believe that the average annual day calculated from the current
traffic models and EMFAC2007 represent the most accurate data available. The MPOs will
continue to discuss and research options that look at how VMT varies by month and season
according to the local traffic models.

It is important to note that the guidance indicates that EPA expects the most thorough analysis
for developing annual inventories will occur during the development of the SIP, taking into
account the needs and capabilities of air quality modeling tools and the limitations of available
data. Prior to the development of the SIP, State and local air quality and transportation agencies
may decide to use simplified methods for regional conformity analyses.

It is important to note that the San Joaquin Valley 2008 PM2.5 Plan has been developed and
submitted to EPA. The annual inventory methodology contained in the plan and used to
establish emissions budgets is consistent with the methodology used herein. However, EPA has
not acted on the budget at this time.

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appropriate methods for estimating travel and speeds must be used as required by the conformity
regulation. In addition, the selected interim emissions tests should be used consistently when
completing a conformity test. That is the regional conformity analysis for the baseline year test
should be based on the same approach that was used to develop the baseline inventory for
conformity purposes.

The regional emissions analyses in PM2.5 nonattainment areas must consider directly emitted
PM2.5 motor vehicle emissions from tailpipe, brake wear, and tire wear. In California, areas will
use EMFAC2007. As indicated under the Conformity Test Requirements, re-entrained road dust
and construction-related fugitive dust from highway or transit projects is not included at this
time. In addition, NOx emissions are included; however, VOC, SOx, and ammonia emissions
are not.

SUMMARY OF PROCEDURES FOR REGIONAL EMISSIONS ESTIMATES

Step-by-step air quality modeling procedures, including instructions, references and controls, for
the Conformity Analysis are available on the Fresno COG website at
[http://www.fresnocog.org/]. In addition, documentation of the conformity analysis is provided
in Appendix C, including:

   •   2009 adjust_vmt Spreadsheet
   •   2009 Conformity EMFAC Spreadsheet
   •   2009 Conformity Paved Road Spreadsheet
   •   2009 Conformity Unpaved Road Dust Spreadsheet
   •   2009 Conformity Construction Spreadsheet
   •   2009 Conformity Trading Spreadsheet
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                                  CHAPTER 4
                       TRANSPORTATION CONTROL MEASURES

This chapter provides an update of the current status of transportation control measures identified
in applicable implementation plans. Requirements of the Transportation Conformity regulation
relating to transportation control measures (TCMs) are presented first, followed by a review of
the applicable air quality implementation plans and TCM findings for the TIP/RTP.

TRANSPORTATION CONFORMITY REGULATION REQUIREMENTS FOR TCMs

The Transportation Conformity regulation requires that the TIP/RTP “must provide for the
timely implementation of TCMs in the applicable implementation plan.” The Federal definition
for the term “transportation control measure” is provided in 40 CFR 93.101:

   “any measure that is specifically identified and committed to in the applicable
   implementation plan that is either one of the types listed in Section 108 of the CAA
   [Clean Air Act], or any other measure for the purpose of reducing emissions or
   concentrations of air pollutants from transportation sources by reducing vehicle use or
   changing traffic flow or congestion conditions. Notwithstanding the first sentence of this
   definition, vehicle technology based, fuel-based, and maintenance-based measures which
   control the emissions from vehicles under fixed traffic conditions are not TCMs for the
   purposes of this subpart.”

In the Transportation Conformity regulation, the definition provided for the term “applicable
implementation plan” is:

   “Applicable implementation plan is defined in section 302(q) of the CAA and means the
   portion (or portions) of the implementation plan, or most recent revision thereof, which
   has been approved under section 110, or promulgated under section 110(c), or
   promulgated or approved pursuant to regulations promulgated under section 301(d) and
   which implements the relevant requirements of the CAA.”

Section 108(f)(1) of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1990 lists the following transportation
control measures and technology-based measures:

       (i)    programs for improved public transit;
       (ii)   restriction of certain roads or lanes to, or construction of such roads or lanes for
              use by, passenger buses or high occupancy vehicles;
       (iii)  employer-based transportation management plans, including incentives;
       (iv)   trip-reduction ordinances;
       (v)    traffic flow improvement programs that achieve emission reductions;
       (vi)   fringe and transportation corridor parking facilities serving multiple occupancy
              vehicle programs or transit service;
       (vii) programs to limit or restrict vehicle use in downtown areas or other areas of
              emission concentration particularly during periods of peak use;
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             services;
      (ix)   programs to limit portions of road surfaces or certain sections of the
             metropolitan area to the use of non-motorized vehicles or pedestrian use, both as
             to time and place;
      (x)    programs for secure bicycle storage facilities and other facilities, including
             bicycle lanes, for the convenience and protection of bicyclists, in both public and
             private areas;
      (xi)   programs to control extended idling of vehicles;
      (xii) programs to reduce motor vehicle emissions, consistent with title II, which are
             caused by extreme cold start conditions;
      (xiii) employer-sponsored programs to permit flexible work schedules;
      (xiv) programs and ordinances to facilitate non-automobile travel, provision and
             utilization of mass transit, and to generally reduce the need for single occupant
             vehicle travel, as part of transportation planning and development efforts of a
             locality, including programs and ordinances applicable to new shopping centers,
             special events, and other centers of vehicle activity;
      (xv) programs for new construction and major reconstructions of paths, tracks or areas
             solely for the use by pedestrian or other non-motorized means of transportation
             when economically feasible and in the public interest. For purposes of this clause,
             the Administrator shall also consult with the Secretary of the Interior; and
      (xvi) program to encourage the voluntary removal from use and the marketplace of pre-
             1980 model year light duty vehicles and pre-1980 model light duty trucks.

TCM REQUIREMENTS FOR A TRANSPORTATION PLAN

The EPA regulations in 40 CFR 93.113(b) indicate that transportation control measure
requirements for transportation plans are satisfied if two criteria are met:

      “(1) The transportation plan, in describing the envisioned future transportation system,
      provides for the timely completion or implementation of all TCMs in the applicable
      implementation plan which are eligible for funding under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal
      Transit Laws, consistent with schedules included in the applicable implementation plan.

      (2) Nothing in the transportation plan interferes with the implementation of any TCM in
      the applicable implementation plan.”

TCM REQUIREMENTS FOR A TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

Similarly, in 40 CFR Section 93.113(c), EPA specifies three TCM criteria applicable to a
transportation improvement program:

      “(1) An examination of the specific steps and funding source(s) needed to fully
      implement each TCM indicates that TCMs which are eligible for funding under title 23
      U.S.C. or the Federal Transit Laws are on or ahead of the schedule established in the
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       the applicable implementation plan, the MPO and DOT have determined that past
       obstacles to implementation of the TCMs have been identified and have been or are being
       overcome, and that all State and local agencies with influence over approvals or funding
       for TCMs are giving maximum priority to approval or funding of TCMs over other
       projects within their control, including projects in locations outside the nonattainment or
       maintenance area;

       (2) If TCMs in the applicable implementation plan have previously been programmed for
       Federal funding but the funds have not been obligated and the TCMs are behind the
       schedule in the implementation plan, then the TIP cannot be found to conform:

               • if the funds intended for those TCMs are reallocated to projects in the TIP other
               than TCMs, or

               • if there are no other TCMs in the TIP, if the funds are reallocated to projects in
               the TIP other than projects which are eligible for Federal funding intended for air
               quality improvement projects, e.g., the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality
               Improvement Program;

       (3) Nothing in the TIP may interfere with the implementation of any TCM in the
       applicable implementation plan.”

APPLICABLE AIR QUALITY IMPLEMENTATION PLANS

Only transportation control measures from applicable implementation plans for the San Joaquin
Valley region are required to be updated for this analysis. For the Conformity Analysis, the
applicable implementation plans, according to the definition provided at the start of this chapter,
are summarized below.

APPLICABLE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR OZONE

The only applicable ozone plan is the 1994 Ozone Attainment Demonstration Plan and the
Revised 1996 Rate of Progress Plan.

The transportation control measures contained in the 1994 Ozone Attainment Demonstration are
not clearly delineated. Both transportation control measures and mobile source measures are
discussed under the heading of transportation control measures. The Attainment Demonstration
specifically includes Rule 9001 – Commute Based Trip Reduction; however, this rule was never
approved by EPA as part of the SIP. In addition, the Revised 1996 Rate of Progress Plan
specifically identifies TCMs committed for implementation from 1990 through 1996. The
commitments are listed within the following TCM categories:

       TCM1 – Traffic Flow Improvements
       TCM2 – Public Transit
       TCM3 – Rideshare Programs (Rule 9001)



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       TCM4 – Bicycle Programs
       TCM5 – Alternative Fuels Program

Most of the TCMs in the plans were implemented in the short term, and have been fully
implemented. As a result, any resulting creditable emission reduction benefits have been
incorporated into the traffic forecasts for the region. However, the TIP/RTP provides continued
funding for transportation projects that support TCM programs (e.g., traffic flow improvements,
public transit, rideshare programs, and bicycle programs). In addition, voluntary implementation
of Rule 9001 (Employee Commute Options) is ongoing even though the Rule was not approved
by EPA and cannot be implemented as a mandatory program under SB437.

APPLICABLE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR PM-10

The 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan was approved by EPA on November 12, 2008. No new local
agency control measures were included in the Plan.

The Amended 2003 PM-10 Plan was approved by EPA on April 28, 2004 (effective June 25,
2004). A local government control measure assessment was completed for this plan. The
analysis focused on transportation-related fugitive dust emissions, which are not TCMs by
definition. The local government commitments are included in the Regional Transportation
Planning Agency Commitments for Implementation Document, April 2003.

However, the Amended 2002 and 2005 Ozone Rate of Progress Plan contains commitments that
reduce ozone related emissions; these measures are documented in the Regional Transportation
Planning Agency Commitments for Implementation Document, April 2002. These commitments
are included by reference in the Amended 2003 PM-10 Plan to provide emission reductions for
precursor gases and help to address the secondary particulate problem. Since these commitments
are included in the Plan by reference, the commitments were approved by EPA as TCMs.
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IDENTIFICATION OF 2002 RACM THAT REQUIRE TIMELY IMPLEMENTATION
DOCUMENTATION

As part of the 2004 Conformity Determination, FHWA requested that each SIP (Reasonably
Available Control Measure - RACM) commitment containing Federal transportation funding and
a transportation project and schedule be addressed more specifically. FHWA verbally requested
documentation that the funds were obligated and the project was implemented as committed to in
the SIP.

The RTPA Commitment Documents, Volumes One and Two, dated April 2002 (Ozone RACM)
were reviewed, using a “Summary of Commitments” table. Commitments that contain specific
Federal funding/transportation projects/schedules were identified for further documentation. In
some cases, local jurisdictions used the same Federal funding/transportation projects/schedules
for various measures; these were identified as combined with (“comb w/”) reference as
appropriate. A not applicable (“NA”) was noted where federally-funded project is vehicle
technology based, fuel based, and maintenance based measures (e.g., LEV program, retrofit
programs, clean fuels - CNG buses, etc.).

In addition, the RTPA Commitment Document, Volume Three, dated April 2003 (PM-10
BACM) was reviewed, using the Summary of Commitments table. Commitments that contain
specific CMAQ funding for the purchase and/or operation of street sweeping equipment have
been identified. Only one commitment (Fresno - City of Reedley) was identified.

The Project TID Table was developed to provide implementation documentation necessary for
the measures identified. Detailed information is summarized in the first five columns, including
the commitment number, agency, description, funding and schedule (if applicable).

For each project listed, the TIP in which the project was programmed, as well as the project ID
and description have been provided. In addition, the current implementation status of the project
has been included (e.g., complete, under construction, etc). MPO staff determined this
information in consultation with the appropriate local jurisdiction. Any projects not
implemented according to schedule or project changes are explained in the project status column.
These explanations are consistent with the guidance and regulations provided in the
Transportation Conformity regulation.

Supplemental documentation was provided to FHWA in August and September 2004 in response
to requests for information on timely implementation of TCMs in the San Joaquin Valley. The
supplemental documentation included the approach, summary of interagency consultation
correspondence, and three tables completed by each of the eight MPOs. The Supplemental
Documentation was subsequently approved by FHWA as part of the 2004 Conformity
Determination.

The Project TID table that was prepared at the request of FHWA for the 2004 Conformity
Analysis has been updated in each subsequent conformity analysis (e.g., 8-hour, PM2.5, 2007
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this information is provided in Appendix E.

In March 2005, the SJV MPOs began interagency consultation with FHWA and EPA to address
outstanding RACM/TCM issues. In general, criteria were developed to identify commitments
that require timely implementation documentation. The criteria was applied to the 2002 RACM
Commitments approved by reference as part of the Amended 2003 PM-10 Plan. In April 2006,
EPA transmitted final tables that identified the approved RACM commitments that require
timely implementation documentation for the Conformity Analysis. Subsequently, an approach
to provide timely implementation documentation was developed in consultation with FHWA.

A new 2002 RACM TID Table was prepared in 2006 to address the more general RACM
commitments that require additional timely implementation documentation per EPA. A brief
summary of the commitment, including finite end dates if applicable, is included for each
measure. The MPOs provided a status update regarding implementation in consultation with
their member jurisdictions. If a specific project has been implemented, it is included in the
Project TID Table under “Additional Projects Identified”. This documentation was included in
the Conformity Analysis for the 2007 TIP and 2004 RTP (as amended) that was approved by
FHWA in October 2006. The 2002 RACM TID Table has been updated part of this Conformity
Analysis. A summary of this information is provided in Appendix E.

TCM FINDINGS FOR THE TIP AND REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN

Based on a review of the transportation control measures contained in the applicable air quality
plans, as documented in the two tables contained in Appendix E, the required TCM conformity
findings are made below:

       The TIP/RTP provide for the timely completion or implementation of the TCMs in the
       applicable air quality plans. In addition, nothing in the TIP or RTP interferes with the
       implementation of any TCM in the applicable implementation plan, and priority is given
       to TCMs.

RTP CONTROL MEASURE ANALYSIS IN SUPPORT OF 2003 PM-10 PLAN

In May 2003, the San Joaquin Valley COG Directors committed to conduct feasibility analyses
as part of each new RTP in support of the 2003 PM-10 Plan. While this commitment was
retained in the 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan, it is important to note that there is no new RTP
development with Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP. As a result, there is no update to the
2007 conformity analysis with respect to inclusion of additional long-range local government
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                                    CHAPTER 5
                            INTERAGENCY CONSULTATION

The requirements for consultation procedures are listed in the Transportation Conformity
Regulations under section 93.105. Consultation is necessary to ensure communication and
coordination among air and transportation agencies at the local, State and Federal levels on
issues that would affect the conformity analysis such as the underlying assumptions and
methodologies used to prepare the analysis. Section 93.105 of the conformity regulation notes
that there is a requirement to develop a conformity SIP that includes procedures for interagency
consultation, resolution of conflicts, and public consultation as described in paragraphs (a)
through (e). Section 93.105(a)(2) states that prior to EPA approval of the conformity SIP,
“MPOs and State departments of transportation must provide reasonable opportunity for
consultation with State air agencies, local air quality and transportation agencies, DOT and EPA,
including consultation on the issues described in paragraph (c)(1) of this section, before making
conformity determinations.” The SJVUAPCD adopted Rule 9120 Transportation Conformity on
January 19, 1995 in response to requirements in Section 176(c)(4)(c) of the Clean Air Act as
amended in 1990. Since EPA has not approved Rule 9120 (the conformity SIP), the conformity
regulation requires compliance with 40 CFR 93.105 (a)(2) and (e) and 23 CFR 450.

Section 93.112 of the conformity regulation requires documentation of the interagency and
public consultation requirements according to Section 93.105. A summary of the interagency
consultation and public consultation conducted to comply with these requirements is provided
below. Appendix F includes the public hearing process documentation. The response to
comments received as part of the public comment process are included in Appendix G.

INTERAGENCY CONSULTATION

Consultation is generally conducted through the San Joaquin Valley Model Coordinating
Committee. The San Joaquin Valley Model Coordinating Committee (MCC) has been
established by the Valley Transportation Planning Agency's Director's Association to provide a
coordinated approach to valley air quality, conformity and transportation modeling issues. The
committee's goal is to ensure Valley wide coordination, communication and compliance with
Federal and California Clean Air Act requirements. Each of the eight Valley Metropolitan
Planning Organizations (MPOs) and the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control
District (SJVUAPCD) are represented. In addition, the Federal Highway Administration, Federal
Transit Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, the California Air Resources
Board and Caltrans are all represented on the committee. The MCC meets approximately
monthly; agendas, minutes, and other air quality related items are posted on the Fresno COG
website at http://www.fresnocog.org

The interagency consultation process for the 2009 TIP Conformity Analysis began on the
October 11, 2007 MCC conference call with a discussion of the timeline and approach, as well as
a review of the latest planning assumptions to be used. A comment period was provided for the
summary of latest planning assumptions and both FHWA and EPA responded that they had no
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regional emission estimates, and draft boilerplate documentation in March 2008. All
documentation is contained on the 2009 Conformity web-page on Fresno COG website (see
information located at http://www.fresnocog.org.

Due to uncertainty with EPA’s PM10 Maintenance Plan approval schedule, each MPO prepared
both the 2009 FTIP/Conformity Analysis and an Interim TIP (which would allow some, but not
all projects to move forward) for public review.

The 2007 PM-10 Maintenance Plan and Request for Redesignation was submitted to EPA on
November 16, 2007. EPA proposed approval of the Plan and conformity budgets on April 25,
2008. In early April, EPA indicated that final action on the plan could be available by late June
2008. On May 15, 2008, EPA provided a signed Federal Register notice for the technical
corrections to the motor vehicle budgets which included an extension of the public comment
period to June 10, 2008. EPA then indicated that final action on the plan could be available by
late July 2008.

In early June 2008, EPA indicated that they would be unable to issue final action on the PM-10
Maintenance Plan (thus providing conformity budgets needed for the 2009 FTIP) by July 31,
2008 due to two exceedances of the standard monitored in late-May. Consequently, the 2009
Interim FTIPs were then adopted in July 2008 by each of the SJV MPOs and submitted to
Caltrans by August 1, 2008 for inclusion in the 2009 FSTIP. There was no action taken on the
Draft 2009 TIP, corresponding Conformity Analysis, or Draft 2007 RTP Amendments. In
summary, there are approximately 100 projects with $2.4 billion in funding that are not included
in the Interim TIP four year element (FY 08/09 through FY 11/12).

In July, 2008, EPA indicated that the anticipated date of final action on the Maintenance Plan
was September 20008. However, it was unclear what impact the current and/or future
exceedances of the PM-10 standard have on meeting this schedule. Consequently, both FHWA
and Caltrans requested that the SJV MPOs process a first off-cycle amendment to the 2009
Interim FTIP that relies on a previous emissions analysis. In response, the SJV MPOs drafted
Amendment #1 and released for public review in September, with Board adoption scheduled for
October. This amendment included approximately 75 (of the 100) projects that were determined
to be eligible to rely on a previous emissions analysis and be added to the Interim TIPs.

On September 24, 2008, EPA signed the approval notice for the San Joaquin Valley 2007 PM-10
Maintenance Plan, including motor vehicle emissions budgets for conformity. These budgets
replace the previously approved budgets and invalidates Amendment #1 that Relies on a
Previous Emissions Analysis. Consequently, each MPO has withdrawn Amendment #1 from
public review and Board consideration in October.

At least three MPOs need to process Type #2 and/or Type #3 amendments (no conformity
analysis required) prior to this conformity analysis. These amendments are being labeled #2 to
the 2009 Interim FTIP and will be processed in accordance with the applicable Public
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The SJV MPOs began drafting Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FITP to add project phases
and/or projects that were not included in the 2009 Interim TIPs in October. A new conformity
determination and new regional emissions analysis is required for Amendment #3. Amendment
#3 was released for public review in November, with public hearings to be conducted in
December, followed by Board adoption in January 2009. Federal approval of Amendment #3
and the corresponding Conformity Analysis is anticipated in March 2009.

Interagency consultation also includes the distribution of materials to local agencies and transit
providers. Local agencies include the Cities of Dinuba, Exeter, Farmersville, Lindsay,
Porterville, Tulare, Visalia and Woodlake, Tulare County and the Tule River Indian Tribe. The
Tulare County Association of Governments Technical Advisory Committee and the TCAG
Board meet monthly to discuss transportation issues. Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP
and 2007 RTP Amendment #1 will be included in the December 2008 agendas for review and
comment.

PUBLIC CONSULTATION

In general, agencies making conformity determinations shall establish a proactive public
involvement process that provides opportunity for public review and comment on a conformity
determination for TIPs/RTPs. In addition, all public comments must be addressed in writing.

All MPOs in the San Joaquin Valley have standard public involvement procedures. In general
the TIP/RTP and corresponding conformity analysis the subject of a public notice and 30 day
review period prior to adoption. A public meeting is also conducted prior to adoption and all
public comments are responded to in writing. The Appendices contain corresponding
documentation supporting the public involvement procedures.




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                                      CHAPTER 6
                               TIP AND RTP CONFORMITY

The principal requirements of the transportation conformity regulation for TIP/RTP assessments
are: (1) the TIP and RTP must pass an emissions budget test with a budget that has been found to
be adequate by EPA for transportation conformity purposes, or an interim emission test; (2) the
latest planning assumptions and emission models must be employed; (3) the TIP and RTP must
provide for the timely implementation of transportation control measures (TCMs) specified in
the applicable air quality implementation plans; and (4) consultation. The final determination of
conformity for the TIP/RTP is the responsibility of the Federal Highway Administration and the
Federal Transit Administration.

The previous chapters and the appendices present the documentation for all of the requirements
listed above for conformity determinations except for the conformity test results. Prior chapters
have also addressed the updated documentation required under the transportation conformity
regulation for the latest planning assumptions and the implementation of transportation control
measures specified in the applicable air quality implementation plans.

This chapter presents the results of the conformity tests, satisfying the remaining requirement of
the transportation conformity regulation. Separate tests were conducted for 8-hour ozone (ROG
and NOx) and particulate matter under ten and 2.5 microns in diameter (PM-10 and PM2.5). The
applicable conformity tests were reviewed in Chapter 1. For each test, the required emissions
estimates were developed using the transportation and emission modeling approaches required
under the transportation conformity regulation and summarized in Chapters 2 and 3. The results
are summarized below, followed by a more detailed discussion of the findings for each pollutant.
Table 6-1 presents results for ozone (ROG/NOx), PM-10 (PM-10/NOx), and PM2.5
(PM2.5/NOx) respectively, in tons per day for each of the horizon years tested.

For ozone, the applicable conformity test is the emissions budget test, using the 2007 Ozone Plan
budgets established for ROG and NOx for an average summer (ozone) season day. EPA is
anticipated to publish the notice of adequacy determination for the 2011, 2014, and 2017
conformity budgets in the Federal Register in January 2009. The modeling results for all
analysis years indicate that the on-road vehicle ROG and NOx emissions predicted for each of
the “Build” scenarios are less than the emissions budgets. The TIP/RTP therefore satisfy the
conformity emissions test for volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides.

For PM-10, the applicable conformity test is the emissions budget test, using the 2007 PM-10
Maintenance Plan budgets for PM-10 and NOx. This Plan was approved by EPA on November
12, 2008. The modeling results for all analysis years indicate that the PM-10 emissions
predicted for the “Build” scenarios are less than the emissions budgets for 2005 and 2020. The
TIP/RTP therefore satisfy the conformity emissions tests for PM-10.

For PM2.5, areas violating both the annual and 24-hour standards for PM2.5 must address both
standards in the conformity determination. The San Joaquin Valley currently violates both
standards, and the conformity determination includes both analyses. Before an adequate or
approved SIP budget is available, conformity is generally demonstrated with interim emission


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tests. Conformity may be demonstrated if the emissions from the proposed transportation system
are either less than or no greater than the 2002 motor vehicle emissions in a given area (see
Section 93.119). The San Joaquin Valley chose to use the “no-greater-than-2002 emissions test”.
The modeling results for all analysis years indicated that the “Build” scenarios are less than the
2002 Base Year emissions estimates for both the 24-hour and annual standards. The TIP/RTP
therefore satisfy the conformity emissions tests for PM2.5.

As all requirements of the Transportation Conformity regulation have been satisfied, a finding of
conformity for Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim Federal Transportation Improvement Program
and the 2007 Regional Transportation Plan Amendment #1 is supported.




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                                               Table 6-1
                                      Conformity Results Summary

                             2009 Conformity Results Summary -- TULARE

                                       ROG (tons/day)     NOx (tons/day)           ROG              NOx
                   2011 Budget                      9.2               20.9
                      2011                          9.0               20.4         YES              YES


                   2014 Budget                      7.7               16.6
                      2014                          7.3               15.6         YES              YES
Ozone

                   2017 Budget                      6.7               13.1
                      2017                          6.4               12.5         YES              YES
                      2020                          5.7               10.3         YES              YES
                      2023                          5.0                8.4         YES              YES
                      2030                          4.5                7.2         YES              YES



                                      PM-10 (tons/day)    NOx (tons/day)          PM-10             NOx
               Adjusted 2005 Budget                 7.8               24.4
                      2010                          7.8               22.9         YES              YES


PM-10          Adjusted 2020 Budget                 9.1               11.4
                      2020                          9.1               10.5         YES              YES


               Adjusted 2030 Budget                10.7                9.0
                       2030                        10.7                7.4         YES              YES



                                      PM2.5 (tons/day)    NOx (tons/day)           PM2.5            NOx
                 2002 Base Year             0.8                26.4
   PM2.5
  24-Hour
  Standard            2010                  0.8                22.9                YES              YES
                      2020                  0.6                10.5                YES              YES
                      2030                  0.6                7.4                 YES              YES


                                      PM2.5 (tons/year) NOx (tons/year)            PM2.5            NOx
                 2002 Base Year             292               9636
PM2.5 Annual
  Standard            2010                  292               8359                 YES              YES
                      2020                  219               3833                 YES              YES
                      2030                  219               2701                 YES              YES




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                                      REFERENCES

CAA. 1990. Clean Air Act, as amended November 15, 1990. (42 U. S. C. Section 7401et seq.)
November 15, 1990.

EPA. 1993. 40 CFR Parts 51 and 93. Criteria and Procedures for Determining Conformity to
  State or Federal Implementation Plans of Transportation Plans, Programs and Projects
  Funded or Approved Under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal Transit Act. U.S. Environmental
  Protection Agency. Federal Register, November 24, 1993, Vol. 58, No. 225, p. 62188.

EPA. 2004. 40 CFR Part 93. Transportation Conformity Rule Amendments for the New 8-hour
  Ozone and PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and Miscellaneous Revisions for
  Existing Areas; Transportation Conformity Rule Amendments – Response to Court Decision
  and Additional Rule Changes. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Federal Register, July
  1, 2004, Vol. 69, No. 126, p. 40004.

EPA. 2004b. Companion Guidance for the July 1, 2004, Final Transportation Conformity Rule:
  Conformity Implementation in Multi-jurisdictional Nonattainment and Maintenance Areas
  for Existing and New Air Quality Standards. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. July
  21, 2004.

EPA. 2005. Transportation Conformity Rule Amendments for the New PM2.5 National Ambient
  Air Quality Standards: PM2.5 Precursors; Final Rule. U.S. Environmental Protection
  Agency. Federal Register, May 6, 2005, Vol. 70, No. 87, p. 24280.

EPA. 2005b. Guidance for Determining the “Attainment Years” for Transportation Conformity
  in New 8-Hour Ozone and PM2.5 Nonattainment Areas. U.S. Environmental Protection
  Agency. Memorandum, March 8, 2005.

EPA. 2005c. Guidance for Creating Annual On-Road Mobile Source Emission Inventories for
  PM2.5 Nonattainment Areas for Use in SIPs and Conformity. U.S. Environmental
  Protection Agency. EPA420-B-05-008. August 2005

EPA/DOT. 1991a. Guidance for Determining Conformity of Transportation Plans, Programs,
  and Projects with Clean Air Act Implementation Plans During Phase I of the Interim Period.
  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Transportation. June 7, 1991.

EPA/DOT. 1991b. Guidance for Determining Conformity of Transportation Plans, Programs,
  and Projects with Clean Air Act Implementation Plans During Phase I of the Interim Period.
  Extended Applicability of the Interim Conformity Guidance. U.S. Environmental Protection
  Agency and Department of Transportation. October 25, 1991.

USDOT. 2001.    Use of Latest Planning Assumptions in Conformity Determinations.
Memorandum from U.S. Department of Transportation. January 18, 2001.
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     APPENDIX A

CONFORMITY CHECKLIST
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                     Conformity Analysis Documentation
                               FHWA Checklist for MPO TIPs/RTPs

                                                June 27, 2005



40 CFR      Criteria                                                                               Page       Comments
§93.102     Document the applicable pollutants and precursors for which EPA designates             Ch. 1
            the area as nonattainment or maintenance. Describe the nonattainment or                Page 9
            maintenance area and its boundaries.
§93.104     Document the date that the MPO officially adopted, accepted or approved                E.S.
(b, c)      the TIP/RTP and made a conformity determination. Include a copy of the                 Page 1
            MPO resolution. Include the date of the last prior conformity finding.
§93.104     If the conformity determination is being made to meet the timelines included
(e)         in this section, document when the new motor vehicle emissions budget was              N/A
            approved or found adequate.
§93.106     Describe the regionally significant additions or modifications to the existing         Ch. 2,
(a)(2)ii    transportation network that are expected to be open to traffic in each analysis        Page
            year. Document that the design concept and scope of projects allows                    27
            adequate model representation to determine intersections with regionally               App. B
            significant facilities, route options, travel times, transit ridership and land use.
§93.108     Document that the TIP/RTP is financially constrained (23 CFR 450).                     E.S.
                                                                                                   Page 1
§93.109     Document that the TIP/RTP complies with any applicable conformity                      Ch. 1,
(a, b)      requirements of air quality implementation plans (SIPs) and court orders.              2, 3, 4,
                                                                                                   5, 6
§93.109   Provide either a table or text description that details, for each pollutant and          Ch. 1
(c-k)     precursor, whether the interim emissions tests and/or the budget test apply              Pages
          for conformity. Indicate which emissions budgets have been found adequate                10-14
          by EPA, and which budgets are currently applicable for what analysis years.
§93.110   Document the use of latest planning assumptions (source and year) at the                 Ch. 2
(a, b)    “time the conformity analysis begins,” including current and future population,
          employment, travel and congestion. Document the use of the most recent
          available vehicle registration data. Document the date upon which the
          conformity analysis was begun.
USDOT/EPA Document the use of planning assumptions less than five years old. If                    Ch. 2
guidance  unable, include written justification for the use of older data. (1/18/02)               Page
                                                                                                   17
§93.110     Document any changes in transit operating policies and assumed ridership               Ch. 2
(c,d,e,f)   levels since the previous conformity determination. Document the use of the            Pages
            latest transit fares and road and bridge tolls. Document the use of the latest         24-25
            information on the effectiveness of TCMs and other SIP measures that have
            been implemented. Document the key assumptions and show that they were
            agreed to through Interagency and public consultation.
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40 CFR      Criteria                                                                       Page      Comments
§93.111     Document the use of the latest emissions model approved by EPA.                Ch. 3
                                                                                           Pages
                                                                                           30-31
§93.112     Document fulfillment of the interagency and public consultation requirements   Ch. 5
            outlined in a specific implementation plan according to §51.390 or, if a SIP   Pages
            revision has not been completed, according to §93.105 and 23 CFR 450.          41-43
            Include documentation of consultation on conformity tests and methodologies
            as well as responses to written comments.
§93.113     Document timely implementation of all TCMs in approved SIPs. Document          Ch. 4,
            that implementation is consistent with schedules in the applicable SIP and     Pages
            document whether anything interferes with timely implementation. Document      39-40
            any delayed TCMs in the applicable SIP and describe the measures being         App. E
            taken to overcome obstacles to implementation.
§93.114     Document that the conformity analyses performed for the TIP is consistent      Analysi
            with the analysis performed for the Plan, in accordance with 23 CFR            s
            450.324(f)(2).                                                                 address
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§93.118     For areas with SIP budgets: Document that emissions from the transportation Ch. 6
(a, c, e)   network for each applicable pollutant and precursor, including projects in any
            associated donut area that are in the Statewide TIP and regionally significant
            non-Federal projects, are consistent with any adequate or approved motor
            vehicle emissions budget for all pollutants and precursors in applicable SIPs.
§93.118     Document for which years consistency with motor vehicle emissions budgets Ch. 1
(b)         must be shown.                                                                 Page
§93.118     Document the use of the appropriate analysis years in the regional emissions Ch. 6
(d)         analysis for areas with SIP budgets, and the analysis results for these years.
            Document any interpolation performed to meet tests for years in which
            specific analysis is not required.
§93.119 1   For areas without applicable SIP budgets: Document that emissions from the Ch. 6
            transportation network for each applicable pollutant and precursor, including
            projects in any associated donut area that are in the Statewide TIP and
            regionally significant non-Federal projects, are consistent with the
            requirements of the “Action/Baseline”, “Action/1990” and/or “Action/2002”
            interim emissions tests as applicable.
§93.119     Document the use of the appropriate analysis years in the regional emissions Ch. 1
(g)         analysis for areas without applicable SIP budgets.                             Page
                                                                                           10
§93.119     Document how the baseline and action scenarios are defined for each            Ch. 3
(h,i)       analysis year.
§93.122     Document that all regionally significant federal and non-Federal projects in   Ch. 2,
(a)(1)      the nonattainment/maintenance area are explicitly modeled in the regional      App B
            emissions analysis. For each project, identify by which analysis it will be
            open to traffic. Document that VMT for non-regionally significant Federal
            projects is accounted for in the regional emissions analysis
§93.122     Document that only emission reduction credits from TCMs on schedule have Ch. 2
(a)(2, 3)   been included, or that partial credit has been taken for partially implemented Page
            TCMs. Document that the regional emissions analysis only includes              16
            emissions credit for projects, programs, or activities that require regulatory
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40 CFR          Criteria                                                                         Page      Comments
                action if: the regulatory action has been adopted; the project, program,
                activity or a written commitment is included in the SIP; EPA has approved an
                opt-in to the program, EPA has promulgated the program, or the Clean Air
                Act requires the program (indicate applicable date). Discuss the
                implementation status of these programs and the associated emissions credit
                for each analysis year.
§93.122         For nonregulatory measures that are not included in the STIP, include written    N/A
(a)(4,5,6)      commitments from appropriate agencies. Document that assumptions for
                measures outside the transportation system (e.g. fuels measures) are the
                same for baseline and action scenarios. Document that factors such as
                ambient temperature are consistent with those used in the SIP unless
                modified through interagency consultation.
§93.122         Document that a network-based travel model is in use that is validated           Ch. 2
(b)(1)(i) 2     against observed counts for a base year no more than 10 years before the         Page
                date of the conformity determination. Document that the model results have       17
                been analyzed for reasonableness and compared to historical trends and
                explain any significant differences between past trends and forecasts (for per
                capita vehicle-trips, VMT, trip lengths mode shares, time of day, etc.).
§93.122         Document the land use, population, employment, and other network-based           Ch. 2
(b)(1)(ii) 2    travel model assumptions.                                                        Page
                                                                                                 20
§93.122         Document how land use development scenarios are consistent with future           Ch. 2
(b)(1)(iii) 2   transportation system alternatives, and the reasonable distribution of           Page
                employment and residences for each alternative.                                  17
§93.122         Document use of capacity sensitive assignment methodology and emissions          Ch. 2
(b)(1)(iv) 2    estimates based on a methodology that differentiates between peak and off-       Page
                peak volumes and speeds, and bases speeds on final assigned volumes.             17
§93.122         Document the use of zone-to-zone travel impedances to distribute trips in        Ch. 2
(b)(1)(v) 2     reasonable agreement with the travel times estimated from final assigned         Page
                traffic volumes. Where transit is a significant factor, document that zone-to-   20
                zone travel impedances used to distribute trips are used to model mode split.
§93.122         Document how travel models are reasonably sensitive to changes in time,          Ch. 2
(b)(1)(vi) 2    cost, and other factors affecting travel choices.                                Page
                                                                                                 20
§93.122         Document that reasonable methods were used to estimate traffic speeds and        Ch. 2
(b)(2) 2        delays in a manner sensitive to the estimated volume of travel on each           Page
                roadway segment represented in the travel model.                                 23
§93.122         Document the use of HPMS, or a locally developed count-based program or          Ch. 2
(b)(3) 2        procedures that have been chosen through the consultation process, to            Page
                reconcile and calibrate the network-based travel model estimates of VMT.         17
§93.122         In areas not subject to §93.122(b), document the continued use of modeling       Ch. 2
(d)             techniques or the use of appropriate alternative techniques to estimate          Page
                vehicle miles traveled                                                           17
§93.122         Document, in areas where a SIP identifies construction-related PM10 or PM        Ch. 3
(e, f)          2.5 as significant pollutants, the inclusion of PM10 and/or PM 2.5               Page
                construction emissions in the conformity analysis.                               32
§93.122         If appropriate, document that the conformity determination relies on a           N/A
(g)             previous regional emissions analysis and is consistent with that analysis.
§93.126,        Document all projects in the TIP/RTP that are exempt from conformity             Ch. 2,
§93.127,        requirements or exempt from the regional emissions analysis. Indicate the        App B
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40 CFR          Criteria                                                                                                Page         Comments
§93.128         reason for the exemption (Table 2, Table 3, traffic signal synchronization)
                and that the interagency consultation process found these projects to have
                no potentially adverse emissions impacts.




   1
       Note that some areas are required to complete both interim emissions tests.
   2
       40 CFR 93.122(b) refers only to serious, severe and extreme ozone areas and serious CO areas above 200,000 population


   Disclaimers
   This checklist is intended solely as an informational guideline to be used in reviewing Transportation Plans and Transportation Improvement
   Programs for adequacy of their conformity documentation. It is in no way intended to replace or supersede the Transportation Conformity
   regulations of 40 CFR Parts 51 and 93, the Statewide and Metropolitan Planning Regulations of 23 CFR Part 450 or any other EPA, FHWA or
   FTA guidance pertaining to transportation conformity or statewide and metropolitan planning. This checklist is not intended for use in
   documenting transportation conformity for individual transportation projects in nonattainment or maintenance areas. 40 CFR Parts 51 and 93
   contain additional criteria for project-level conformity determinations.




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         APPENDIX B

TRANPORTATION PROJECT LISTING
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                                                                                        Regionally Significant Projects

Jurisdiction TIP/RTP            CTIPs                                                  Facility                                                                Estimated   Conformity Analysis Year (project open to
/Agency      Project ID       Project ID                  Description                  Name/Route                                                              Cost                        traffic)
                            (if available)            Type of Improvement                           Project Limits                                                         2010 2011 2014 2017 2020 2023 2030
  Caltrans   TUL00-101       11500000023     Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                       SR 63    5.8/8.0 Visalia - Packwood Creek to Rte 198                 $27,116     x     x     x     x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   TUL00-104       11500000073     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                       SR 65    R11.86/17.92 Terra Bella - Rte 190 to Ave 96                $44,180                 x     x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   TUL00-104       11500000073     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                       SR 65    6.98/R11.86 Ducor - Ave 96 to Ave 56                        $26,878                              x     x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-001        NA          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                       SR 65    0.00/R6.98 County Line to Ave 56                            $63,126                                          x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-002    11500000075     Construct 2 ln exwy on 4 ln alignment         SR 65    29.5/38.6 Near Lindsay-Rd 204 from Hermosa Rd to Ave 300    $134,392                             x     x     x
  Caltrans   TUL02-121       11500000083     Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                       SR 99    41.3/53.9 0.0/1.6 Tul Co - Goshen OH to Fre Co - Rte 201    $172,636                x     x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   TUL08-107       11500000151     Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                       SR 99    30.6/41.3 Tulare - Prosperity Ave to Goshen OH              $135,286                      x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-004        NA          Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                       SR 99    25.5/30.5 Tulare - Avenue 200 to Prosperity Ave             $187,268                                         x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-005        NA          Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                       SR 99    16.0/25.5 South of Tipton to Avenue 200                     $155,326                                         x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-006        NA          Widen from 4 to 6 lanes                       SR 99    0.0/16.0 Kern Co Line to South of Tipton                    $249,093                                         x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-007        NA          Construct passing lanes                       SR 190   0.2/15.0 Near Tipton - Rte 65 to Rte 99                     $16,528                                          x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-008        NA          Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                       SR 190   0.2/15.0 Near Tipton - Rte 65 to Rte 99                     $114,966                                         x
  Caltrans   TUL00-120       11500000028     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                       SR 198   0.0/3.3 Visalia - Rte 43 to Rte 99                          $125,300          x     x     x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   TUL08-111       11500000077     Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                       SR 216   1.9/2.9 Visalia - Lovers Ln to McAuliff St                  $10,021                 x     x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   TUL08-100       21500000425     Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 99    SR-99 at Betty Drive                                        $63,028                 x     x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-011        NA          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 99    SR-99 at Caldwell Avenue                                    $94,689                                          x
  Caltrans   TUL08-402       21500000429     Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 99    SR-99 at Cartmill Avenue                                    $68,650                 x     x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-013        NA          Construct new Interchange                     SR 99    SR-99 at AgriCenter (Commercial)                            $22,847                              x     x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-014        NA          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 99    SR-99 at Paige Ave.                                         $84,705                                    x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-015        NA          minor widening & safety improvements          SR 99    SR-99 south county interchanges                              $9,076                                    x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-016    11500000076     Modify interchange                            SR 198   R4.8/R0.0 Visalia - Rd 80 at Plaza Interchange               $3,000           x     x     x      x     x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-017        NA          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 198   SR-198 at Shirk Street                                      $13,613                                    x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-018        NA          minor widening & safety improvements          SR 198   SR-198 at Akers Street                                       $2,269                                    x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-019        NA          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 198   SR-198 downtown corridor interchanges                       $30,252                                    x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-020        NA          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 198   SR-198 at Lovers Lane                                       $24,862                              x     x     x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-021        NA          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 198   SR-198 at Avenue 148                                        $41,321                                          x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-022        NA          Widen on/off ramps and bridge structure       SR 190   SR-190 at Main Street                                       $29,751                                          x
  Caltrans   CT-RTP07-023        NA          New interchange                               SR65     SR-65 at N Grand Ave                                        $33,057                                          x



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                                                                                          Regionally Significant Projects

Jurisdiction TIP/RTP              CTIPs                                                   Facility                                                       Estimated   Conformity Analysis Year (project open to
/Agency      Project ID         Project ID             Description                        Name/Route                                                     Cost                        traffic)
                              (if available)       Type of Improvement                                        Project Limits                                         2010 2011 2014 2017 2020 2023 2030
  Dinuba       DI-RTP07-015          NA        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                         Alta Avenue     Sequoia to Avenue 432                        $9,917                                         x
Farmersville   FA-RTP07-010          NA        Widen bridge structure and improve ramps      SR198/Road 164 SR-198 at Road 164 (Farmersville Blvd.)         $4,959                                         x
 Porterville   TUL00-108        11500000153    Widen from 2 to 4-Lanes                       Scranton/Indiana SR-65 to Gibbons                              $3,300     x     x     x     x     x     x     x
   Tulare      TUL08-901        21500000435    New bridge structure                            Cartmill Ave    Cartmill Ave @ J St/UP Railroad             $22,760                 x     x     x     x     x
  Tulare       TUL08-902        21500000441    New bridge structure                           Bardsley Ave.    Bardsley Ave. @ UPRR                        $14,486                 x     x     x     x     x
  Visalia      TUL00-105        11500000076    Widen from 2 to 4 & 6 lanes                     Plaza Drive     Airport Drive to Avenue 304 (Goshen)        $17,101     x     x     x     x     x     x     x
  Visalia      VI-RTP07-029          NA        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                        Riggin Avenue    Road 80 to SR-63                            $22,466                                         x
  Visalia      VI-RTP07-030          NA        New bridge structure                            McAuliff St.    McAuliff/SR-198                             $25,286                                         x
  Visalia      TUL06-151        21500000322    Widen bridge structure                        Ben Maddox Way Ben Maddox/SR-198                               $7,900     x     x     x     x     x     x     x
  Visalia      TUL08-401        21500000428    Replace/Widen bridge structure                  Sante Fe St.    Santa Fe/SR-198                              $9,000     x     x     x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL00-102        11500000017    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                           Rd. 80        Ave 304 (Goshen) to Ave. 328                $10,055           x     x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL00-102        11500000017    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                           Rd. 80        Ave 328 to Ave 380                          $44,748                 x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL00-102        11500000017    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                           Rd. 80        Ave 380 to Ave 416                          $38,300                 x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL00-103        11500000072    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                           Rd. 108       Leland Ave to Caldwell Ave                  $34,600     x     x     x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL04-103        21500000192    install signal & improve intersection            Ave. 416       Road 56 signal                               $2,520     x     x     x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL00-106        21500000393    install signal & improve intersection            Ave. 416       Road 80 signal                               $1,800     x     x     x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL07-101        21500000380    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                          Ave. 416       Road 80 to Road 92                          $19,382                       x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL07-101        21500000380    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                          Ave. 416       Road 56 to Road 80                          $34,200                 x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TC-RTP07-005          NA        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                          Ave. 416       Road 32 (Fresno County Line) to Road 56     $40,317                             x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TC-RTP07-002          NA        Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                          Ave. 416       Kings River Bridge                          $20,000                 x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL02-150        11500000074    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes & I/C improve.           Ave. 280       SR-99 to SR-63                              $18,448                       x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL00-010        11500000154    Widen from 3 (2WB/1EB) to 4 lanes                Ave. 280       SR-63 to City of Exeter                     $49,195                       x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL08-900        21500000434    New bridge structure                              Betty Dr      Betty Dr/UP Railroad                        $27,683                 x     x     x     x     x
 Tulare Co.    TUL02-101        11500000155    Widen from 2 to 4 lanes                           Betty Dr      Betty Dr SR-99 to Road 80                    $7,890                 x     x     x     x     x
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                                                Federally Funded Non-Regionally Significant Projects

                                                                                                          Estimated Conformity Analysis Year (project open to
Jurisdiction/Agency TIP/RTP Project ID CTIPs Project ID                   Description                     Cost                      traffic)
                                       (if available)   Type of Improvement Facility Name/RProject Limits           2010 2011 2014 2017 2020 2023 2030


Tulare County      TUL06-150             21500000321 SAFETEA-LU-Rehabilitation of Tulare County Farm      $640,000 na
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Jurisdiction/    TIP/RTP     CTIPs Project                                                                                                                                        Exemption
Agency          Project ID        ID         Description                                                                                                         Estimated Cost     Code
FHWA            TUL02-022    21500000087     Cow Mountain Road                                                                                                           $6,000     1.02
FHWA            TUL02-023    21500000088     Water Tank & Casino Road                                                                                                   $10,000     1.02
Caltrans        TUL04-119    21500000236     Highway Bridge Program-Lump Sum                                                                                         $4,754,000     1.19
                                             Orosi Safe Rotues to School - Ave 419 from Road 126 to SR63; Rd 126 from Ave 419 to Ave 422 - construct
TCRDA           TUL04-138 21500000238        curb and gutter                                                                                                       PY $392,000      1.06
Lindsay,                                     Lindsay Downtown: curb, gutter, oversize and enhanced sidewalks, lighted pedestrain corridors, street lighting
City of         TUL04-151 21500000224        street and pedestrain way landscaping, irrigation, decorative wall murals.                                          PY $2,413,000      3.02
Visalia, City                                Visalia Packwood Creek: Construct 1 mile of multi-purpose bicycle trails along south side of Packwood Creek
of              TUL04-154 21500000227        along Cameron Ave. east of Mooney to County Center Dr.                                                                   $195,000      3.02
Visalia, City                                Visalia Mill Creek Arboretum Trail: project develops a native plant arboretum and trail along Mill Creeek in
of              TUL04-158 21500000231        central Visalia-See Comments.                                                                                            $114,000      3.02
Visalia, City                                Santa Fe Bike Path: From Tulare to Ave 272 construct a 12 ft wide bicycle path with landscaping on the
of              TUL04-160 21500000240        abandoned RR right of way.                                                                                               $402,000      3.02
Porterville,    TUL05-000
City of                   21500000241 City of Porterville-Main/College Roundabout                                                                                     $176,000      1.07
Caltrans        TUL05-100 21500000249 Install traffic signals and improve intersection at SR 63 and Ave 408                                                      PY $1,924,000      5.02
Visalia, City
of              TUL06-001 21500000264 St. John's River Parkway Trail                                                                                                   $79,000      3.02
Visalia, City
of              TUL06-002 21500000265        Recreational Trails Program-East Mill Creek Trail Phase 1                                                                 $81,000      3.02
Exeter, City    TUL06-011
of                        21500000267        Construct new CNG Fueling facility                                                                                       $404,000      4.01
Visalia, City   TUL06-017                    Construct a new 10 foot wide Class I bicycle path on the north side of Riggin Ave. from Dinuba Blvd. to the St.
of                        21500000273        John's River. The project is 3,300 feet in length.                                                                       $165,000      3.02
Tulare          TUL06-018
County                    21500000305        Purchase one (1) gas electric hybrid vehicle                                                                              $25,000      4.01
Visalia City    TUL06-019
Coach                     21500000304        Purchase three (3) CNG powered trolleys                                                                              PY $664,000       4.01
Visalia, City   TUL06-022
of                        21500000277        Purchase one (1) on road CNG street sweeper for the Visalia Unified School District                                      $132,000      4.01
Porterville,    TUL06-024
City of                   21500000279        New construction on Indiana St. for sidewalk and shoulder stablization for one quarter of a mile within the City.        $148,000      3.02
Lindsay,        TUL06-025
City of                   21500000302        Purchase two (2) hybrid vehicles                                                                                          $62,000      4.01
Porterville,    TUL06-027
City of                   21500000281        New construction of sidewalk and shoulder stablization on Indiana St, Prospect St and Henderson                          $113,000      3.02
Porterville,    TUL06-028
City of                   21500000282        New construction to build sidewalk and shoulder stabilization on Prospect St.                                            $258,000      3.02
Visalia, City   TUL06-029
of                        21500000283        Purchase four (4) 60 passenger CNG school buses for the Visalia Unifed School District                               PY $500,000       4.01
Exeter, City    TUL06-030
of                        21500000284        Purchase one (1) CNG on road boom truck                                                                                  $106,000      4.01
Visalia, City   TUL06-032
of                        21500000286        Purchase two (2) gas electric hybrid vehicles                                                                             $49,000      4.01
Dinuba, City    TUL06-034
of                        21500000288        Purchase six (6) gas electric hybrid vehicles                                                                            $132,000      4.01
Lindsay,        TUL06-035
City of                   21500000289        Purchase two (2) gas electric hybrid vehicles                                                                             $74,000      4.01
Visalia City    TUL06-036
Coach                     21500000290        Purchase seven (7) replacement CNG buses                                                                               $2,340,000      4.01
Exeter, City    TUL06-037
of                        21500000291        Purchase one (1) on road CNG dump truck                                                                                  $141,000      4.01
Porterville,    TUL06-038
City of                   21500000292        Construct new sidewalk and shoulder stablization on Newcomb and Beverly St.                                            $1,281,000      3.02
Lindsay,        TUL06-039
City of                   21500000293        Purchase six (6) gas electric hybrid vehicles                                                                            $205,000      4.01
Dinuba, City    TUL06-040
of                        21500000294        Purchase six (6) medium duty CNG vehicles                                                                                $176,000      4.01
Lindsay,        TUL06-041
City of                   21500000295        Purchase four (4) medium duty CNG vehicles                                                                               $114,000      4.01
Visalia, City   TUL06-042
of                        21500000296        Purchase nine (9) CNG on road trash trucks                                                                             $2,390,000      4.01
Lindsay,        TUL06-043
City of                   21500000303        Purchase one (1) CNG powered trolley                                                                                     $195,000      4.01
Porterville,    TUL06-044
City of                   21500000297        Purchase six (6) CNG trucks                                                                                              $195,000      4.01
Porterville,    TUL06-045
City of                   21500000298        Purchase four (4) CNG on road trash trucks                                                                               $938,000      4.01
Lindsay,        TUL06-046
City of                   21500000299        Purchase one (1) CNG on road street sweeper                                                                              $226,000      4.01
Lindsay,        TUL06-047
City of                   21500000300        Purchase three (3) CNG medium duty vehicles                                                                               $77,000      4.01



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                                                                            Exempt Projects
Jurisdiction/   TIP/RTP      CTIPs Project                                                                                                                             Exemption
Agency          Project ID        ID       Description                                                                                                Estimated Cost     Code
Dinuba, City
of              TUL06-205 21500000313 Operating assistance                                                                                                  $92,000      2.01
Dinuba, City
of              TUL06-206 21500000317 Operating assistance                                                                                                  $89,000      2.01
Tulare, City
of              TUL06-208 21500000319 Operating assistance                                                                                                 $402,000      2.01
Tulare, City
of              TUL06-209 21500000320 Operating assistance                                                                                                 $334,000      2.01
Woodlake,
City of         TUL06-211 21500000315 Operating assistance                                                                                                  $38,000      2.01
Woodlake,
City of         TUL06-212 21500000316 Operating assistance                                                                                                  $55,000      2.01
Dinuba, City
of              TUL06-214 21500000332 Operating assistance                                                                                                  $47,000      2.01
Dinuba, City
of              TUL06-215 21500000333 Operating assistance                                                                                                 $133,000      2.01
Tulare, City
of              TUL06-216 21500000334 Operating assistance                                                                                                 $576,000      2.01
Tulare, City
of              TUL06-217 21500000335 Operating assistance                                                                                                  $75,000      2.01
Tulare, City
of              TUL06-218 21500000336 Operating assistance                                                                                                 $343,000      2.01
Porterville                           Porterville Sheltered Workshop Purchase 1-22 foot 12 plus 2 wheelchair positions passenger bus with
Sheltered       TUL06-230 21500000371 wheelchair lift (ADA equipped replacement bus).                                                                    PY $50000       2.05
Porterville                           Porterville Sheltered Workshop Purchase 1-22 foot 12 plus 2 wheelchair positions passenger bus with
Sheltered       TUL06-231 21500000372 wheelchair lift (ADA equipped replacement bus).                                                                    PY $50000       2.05
Porterville                           Porterville Sheltered Workshop Purchase 1-22 foot 12 plus 2 wheelchair positions passenger bus with
Sheltered       TUL06-232 21500000373 wheelchair lift (ADA equipped replacement bus).                                                                    PY $50000       2.05
Porterville,    TUL06-250             Two (2 per year) 30 Passenger CNG buses with radio, farebox, wheelchair lift, wheelchair tie-downs (1 bus per
City of                   21500000323 year in 07/08, 08/09, and 09/10)                                                                                   $1,408,000      2.05
Porterville,    TUL06-251
City of                   21500000324 (1 per year) 5-Passenger ADA Compliant with radio and farebox Van                                                    $217,000      2.05
Porterville,    TUL06-252
City of                   21500000325 Purchase and install bus stop signs and poles                                                                          $9,000      2.04
Porterville,    TUL06-253
City of                   21500000399 City of Porterville, purchase shelters and benches for bus stops                                                      $12,000      2.04
Porterville,    TUL06-254
City of                   21500000327 Install bus turn-outs                                                                                                 $96,000      2.08
Porterville,    TUL06-255
City of                   21500000328 Construct additional parking facilities and pedestrian connections at intersection for Transit Center                $120,000      2.08
Porterville,    TUL06-259
City of                   21500000347 Transit Operations for Porterville COLT                                                                            $1,200,000      2.01
Visalia, City
of              TUL06-273 21500000341 Operating assistance                                                                                               $1,841,000      2.01
Visalia, City
of              TUL06-274 21500000342 Purchase fifteen (15) bus shelters                                                                                    $54,000      2.07
Visalia, City
of              TUL06-275 21500000343 Operating assistance                                                                                               $1,933,000      2.01
Visalia, City
of              TUL06-276 21500000345 Purchase fifteen (15) bus shelters                                                                                    $54,000      2.07
Visalia, City
of              TUL06-277 21500000346 Operating assistance                                                                                               $2,029,000      2.01
Visalia, City
of              TUL06-278 21500000348 Purchase fifteen (15) bus shelters                                                                                    $54,000      2.07
Woodlake,                             Golden Valley Elementary School: Construct 5, 40 lineal feet of Curb, gutter and sidwalk around the entire
City of         TUL07-131 21500000394 perimeter of the campus on Avenue 416, Avenue 413, Road 126, and Road 127.                                           $489,000      1.06
Lindsay,                              SRTS-City of Lindsay Page -Moore Tract pedestrian Improvements- 1.2 miles of new sidewalks over seven-
City of         TUL07-132 21500000386 block area                                                                                                           $834,000      3.02
Lindsay,                              SRTS-City of Lindsay-Page-Moore Tract Pedestrain Improvements One mile of sidewalks over a ten-block
City of         TUL07-133 21500000387 area                                                                                                                 $810,000      3.02
Tulare
County          TUL07-140 21500000388 High Risk Rural Roads (HR3)-Install traffic signal at Ave 256 and Rd 140 in Tulare County                            $272,000      1.06
Tulare
County          TUL07-141    21500000389   Highway Safety Improvement Program-Safety Index Projects-Install Traffic Signal at Ave 280 and Rd 156.          $431,000      1.06
Caltrans        TUL07-170    21500000381   SHOPP-Collision Reduction Lump Sum                                                                            $8,334,000      1.06
Caltrans        TUL07-171    21500000382   SHOPP-Roadside Preservation-LUMP SUM                                                                         $12,395,000      1.06
Caltrans        TUL07-172    21500000383   SHOPP-Bridge Preservation-LUMP SUM                                                                           $14,059,000      1.06
Visalia, City
of              TUL07-250 21500000390 City of Visalia-Purchase Two CNG Bus Engine replacements                                                              $57,000      2.03
Lindsay,
City of         TUL08-010 21500000403 shoulder stabilization of unpaved road shoulders in West Lindsay                                                     $343,000      4.01

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                                                                             Exempt Projects
Jurisdiction/   TIP/RTP      CTIPs Project                                                                                                                              Exemption
Agency          Project ID        ID       Description                                                                                                 Estimated Cost     Code
Tulare, City
of              TUL08-011 21500000404 shoulder stabilization on Pratt St between Paige Ave and Bardsley Ave                                                 $106,000      1.04
Tulare, City
of              TUL08-012 21500000405 shoulder stabilization for Bardsley Ave between Enterprise St and West St                                             $141,000      1.04
Tulare
County          TUL08-013 21500000392 Purchase and install emission traps on on-road heavy duty diesel equipment                                            $243,000      4.01
Visalia, City
of              TUL08-014 21500000407 New bus service                                                                                                       $867,000      2.01
Dinuba, City
of              TUL08-015 21500000408 expansion of existing CNG fueling station                                                                             $294,000      4.12
Farmersvill
e, City of      TUL08-016 21500000409 Purchase of PM10 Street sweeper                                                                                       $187,000      4.01
Tulare
County
Redevelop
ment            TUL08-017 21500000410 purchase of Rule 1186 compliant street sweeper                                                                        $145,000      4.01
Lindsay,
City of         TUL08-018 21500000411 purchase of 3 T3 personal mobility vehicles (electric)                                                                 $23,000      4.01
Lindsay,
City of         TUL08-019 21500000412 purchase of 4 electric passenger cars                                                                                  $30,000      4.01
Visalia City
Coach           TUL08-020 21500000413 Purchase six (6) CNG buses                                                                                            $612,000       2.1
Woodlake,
City of         TUL08-021 21500000414 Shoulder stabilization on Avenue 204, Ropes St                                                                        $149,000      4.01
Visalia, City
of              TUL08-022 21500000415 construct Packwood Creek Trail parallel to Walnut Ave from RR tracks west of Ben Maddox Way to Cedar St               $320,000      3.02
Visalia, City
of              TUL08-023 21500000416 construction of Packwood Creek Trail from Caldwell Ave southwest to Cameron Ave                                       $480,000      3.02
Visalia, City
of              TUL08-024 21500000417 construct Santa Fe Trail along Santa Fe Rail line from Houston Ave to Riggin Ave                                      $560,000      3.02
Visalia, City
of              TUL08-025 21500000418 Construction of new 4-way traffic signal at Walnut & Santa Fe including crosswalk striping and loop detectors         $255,000      5.02
Visalia, City                         Construct a new 4-way traffic signal at Demaree & Ferguson including striped crosswalks, addition of left turn
of              TUL08-026 21500000419 lanes and loop detectors                                                                                              $255,000      5.02
Tulare
County          TUL08-027 21500000420 Construction of new signal at Road 180 & Ave 280 including addiion of left turn pockets                               $361,000      5.02
Lindsay,
City of         TUL08-028 21500000421 shoulder stabilization of about 2 mi of unpaved road shoulders in East Lindsay                                        $469,000      1.04
Tulare, City
of              TUL08-029 21500000422 shoulder stabilization on Retherford St between Corvina Ave alignment and Cartmill Ave                                 $72,000      1.04
Tulare, City
of              TUL08-030 21500000423 shoulder stabilization on West St. between Paige Ave and Bardsley Ave                                                 $106,000      1.04
Visalia, City
of              TUL08-031 21500000424 Purchase of 5 CNG refuse trucks to replace aging diesel trucks                                                      $1,486,000      4.01
Tulare
County          TUL08-032 21500000442 Purchase one cleaner burning diesel bucket truck                                                                      $139,000      4.01
Tulare, City
of              TUL08-080 21500000431 HSIP - City of Tulare install in-pavement crosswalk lights at Santa Fe Trail and Laspina Ave                           $53,000      1.06
Tulare
County          TUL08-081 21500000432 HSIP - Tulare County - install traffic signal at Avenue 280 (Visalia Rd) and Road 180 (Anderson Rd)                   $381,000      1.06
Tulare
County          TUL08-082 21500000433 HSIP - Tulare County - install traffic signal at Ave 256 and Road 204 (Spruce Rd) intersection                        $485,000      1.06
                                      Golden Valley Elementary School: Construct 5, 40 lineal feet of Curb, gutter and sidwalk around the entire
TCRDA           TUL08-140 21500000430 perimeter of the campus on Avenue 416, Avenue 413, Road 126, and Road 127.                                            $450,000      3.02
Woodlake,
City of         TUL08-150 21500000395 Bravo Lake Botanical Garden, bike/landscape improvements                                                              $100,000      3.02
Caltrans        TUL08-170 21500000426 SHOPP-Mandates-Lump Sum                                                                                             $3,351,000      1.06
Woodlake,
City of         TUL08-200 21500000391 Construct a new Transit Vehicle Maintenance Facility at the City Corporation Yard                                     $180,000      2.11
City of
Visalia         TUL08-201 21500000400 Visalia - JARC-Regional transit Information Call Center                                                               $200,000      4.01
Dinuba, City                          City of Dinuba - One (1) 24 passenger CNG bus; type VII with two wheelchair lifts; 32 ft. in length; fleet
of              TUL08-202 21500000333 expansion, state procurement                                                                                          $402,000      2.05

FHWA            TUL08-300 21500000401 Generals Highway Rehab 7.6 miles of Generals Highway from one mile south of the WYE to Pythian Camp                $13,150,000       1.1

FHWA         TUL08-301 21500000402 Generals Highway Rehab 7.6 miles of Generals Highway from one mile south of the WYE to Pythian Camp                   $10,730,000       1.1
Tulare, City
of           TUL08-500 21500000437 Tulare - Laspina St at John ES - install in pavement lighted Crosswalk                                                    $78,000      1.06
Tulare, City                       Tulare - Seven school in the City where crossing guards are utilized. Purchase ultra high-visibility, hand held
of           TUL08-501 21500000438 LED stop signs for all school crossing guards                                                                              $5,000      1.06

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Jurisdiction/ TIP/RTP CTIPs Project                                                                                                                                        Exemption
Agency        Project ID      ID     Description                                                                                                          Estimated Cost     Code
Farmersville TUL06-048                                                                                                                                                        4.01
, City of                21500000301 Purchase three (3) CNG medium duty vehicles                                                                                $77,000
              TUL06-070                                                                                                                                                      1.06
Caltrans                 21500000312 Emergency Repair Program-HES-Lump Sum                                                                                     $100,000
                                                                                                                                                                             3.02
Visalia, City
of            TUL06-100 21500000349 City of Visalia-St. Johns River Bike Path Rd 148 to Culer Park                                                             $245,000
Tulare, City                                                                                                                                                                 1.18
of            TUL06-101 21500000350 City of Tulare-Santa Fe Trail Tails to Trails Project Lighting                                                             $272,000
                                                                                                                                                                             3.02
Visalia, City
of            TUL06-102 21500000351 City of Visalia-Santa Fe St. Transit Center to Main St Pedestrain Corridor-Trees, Street lights, benches, trash rec        $179,000
                                                                                                                                                                             3.02
Lindsay,
City of         TUL06-103 21500000352 City of Lindsay-Goverment Center Plaza-oval shaped pedestrian plaza with decrotive paving and shaded landsc              $205,000
                                                                                                                                                                             1.18
Lindsay,
City of         TUL06-140 21500000359 City of Lindsay Install in-Pavement Crosswalk Lights; integrate safety education with enhanced traffic enforemen         $310,000
Tulare                                                                                                                                                                       2.10
County          TUL06-200 21500000307 Purchase one (1) 22 passenger CNG transit bus                                                                            $159,000
                                                                                                                                                                             2.11
Woodlake,
City of         TUL06-200 21500000391 Construct a new Transit Vehicle Maintenance Facility at the City Corporation Yard                                        $180,000
Tulare                                                                                                                                                                       2.01
County          TUL06-203 21500000310 Operating assistance                                                                                                     $368,000


Tulare                                Tulare County - Install two solar flashing beacons - Strathmore on west side of Rd 230 and North side of Ave
County          TUL08-502 21500000439 196 & intersection                                                                                                       $309,000      1.06
Visalia, City
of              TUL08-503 21500000440 Visalia - Along the north side of Tulare Avenue between Santa Fe St and Pinkham ES                                       $319,000      1.06
Tulare
County
Redevelop
ment            TUL08-900 21500000434 Betty Drive grade seperation under Union Pacific Railroad in Goshen                                                 Local/State $      1.01
Tulare, City
of              TUL08-901 21500000435 Cartmill Ave overcrossing of Union Pacific Rail and J Street in City of Tulare                                      Local/State $      1.01
Tulare, City
of              TUL08-902 21500000441 Bardsley Ave overcrossing of UP Railroad                                                                            Local/State $      1.01


                                           Total (federal $)                                                                                               $104,580,000
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           APPENDIX C

CONFORMITY ANALYSIS DOCUMENTATION
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•   2009 adjust_vmt Spreadsheet

    Variable      Source                                         Analysis Year

                                    2010       2011       2014       2017        2020      2023       2030

EDP            EMFAC 2007           328,278    334,674    354,620    375,757     398,155   423,251    488,133

EVMT           EMFAC 2007         11,342,559 11,577,100 12,318,438 13,069,687 13,827,414 14,682,876 16,903,640

MVMT           TPA Model          11,499,212 11,758,049 12,315,153 13,441,500 14,460,103 14,846,299 17,545,045

N              Calculated            332812     339905     354525     386447     416373     427962     506655


N = New Population
EDP = EMFAC Default Population
MVMT = Modeled VMT
EVMT = EMFAC Default VMT
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● 2009 Conformity EMFAC Spreadsheet
EMFAC Emissions (tons/day)
TULARE

   Pollutant                     Source                                               Description




                                                                                                                                         2011    2014    2017    2020    2023    2030
Ozone          EMFAC 2007 (Summer Run)                  ROG Total Exhaust (All Vehicles Total)                                           9.06    7.37    6.46    5.78     5.10    4.53

               District Existing Local Reductions       Indirect Source Mitigation and School Bus Fleet rules                             0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00   0.00    0.00

               ARB Existing Local Reductions            Relfash, Idling, and Moyer                                                        0.01    0.01    0.01    0.00   0.00    0.00

               District New/Proposed Local Reductions   Employee Trip Reduction                                                           0.07    0.07    0.07    0.07   0.08    0.08

               ARB New/Proposed State Reductions        Passenger and Truck Measures included in the Draft State Strategy                 0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00   0.00    0.00

                                                        Conformity Total                                                                  8.98    7.29    6.38    5.71   5.02    4.45


Ozone          EMFAC 2007 (Summer Run)                  NOx Total Exhaust (All Vehicles Total)                                           21.92   16.96   13.82   11.52   9.59    8.41

               District Existing Local Reductions       Indirect Source Mitigation and School Bus Fleet rules                             0.19    0.11    0.17    0.16   0.15    0.15

               ARB Existing Local Reductions            Relfash, Idling, and Moyer                                                        1.32    1.18    1.08    1.01   1.01    1.01

               District New/Proposed Local Reductions   Employee Trip Reduction                                                           0.03    0.03    0.03    0.03   0.03    0.03

               ARB New/Proposed State Reductions        Passenger and Truck Measures included in the Draft State Strategy                 0.00    0.00    0.00    0.00   0.00    0.00

                                                        Conformity Total                                                                 20.38   15.64   12.54   10.32   8.40    7.22



                                                                                                                                 2010                            2020            2030
PM-10          EMFAC 2007 (Annual Run)                  PM-10 Total (All Vehicles Total)                                         1.05                            0.86             0.92
                                                        * includes tire & brake wear

               ARB                                      Existing Reflash, Idling, and Moyer (HDI, PFR, Moyer, AB1493, Relfash)    0.00                            0.01           0.01

                                                        Conformity Total                                                          1.05                            0.85           0.91


PM-10          EMFAC 2007 (Annual Run)                  NOx Total Exhaust (All Vehicles Total)                                   23.67                           11.53           8.39

               ARB                                      Existing Reflash, Idling, and Moyer (HDI, PFR, Moyer, AB1493, Relfash)    0.81                            1.00           1.00

                                                        Conformity Total                                                         22.86                           10.53           7.39



                                                                                                                                 2010                            2020            2030
PM2.5          EMFAC 2007 (Annual Run)                  PM2.5 Total Exhaust (All Vehicles Total)                                  0.79                           0.58             0.59
                                                        * includes tire & brake wear

               ARB                                      Existing Reflash, Idling, and Moyer (HDI, PFR, Moyer, AB1493, Relfash)    0.00                            0.01           0.01

                                                        Conformity Total                                                          0.80                            0.60           0.60


PM2.5          EMFAC 2007 (Annual Run)                  NOx Total Exhaust (All Vehicles Total)                                   23.67                           11.53           8.39

               ARB                                      Existing Reflash, Idling, and Moyer (HDI, PFR, Moyer, AB1493, Relfash)    0.81                            1.00           1.00

                                                        Conformity Total                                                         22.90                           10.50           7.40
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•     2009 Conformity Paved Road Spreadsheet
                                 Paved Road Dust Emissions (tons/day)

                                 TULARE 2010


                                                                                             VMT            Base Emissions         Rain Adj. Emissions       Rain Adj. Emissions      District Rule 8061/ISR
                                                                  VMT Daily             (million/year)        (PM10 tpy)                (PM10 tpy)             (PM10 tons/day)            Control Rates
       Enter Freeway VMT ==>                     Freeway                3,763,737                   1,374               394.128                   382.511                    1.048                     0.075
        Enter Arterial VMT ==>                   Arterial               5,678,746                   2,073               855.549                   830.331                    2.275                     0.282
      Enter Collector VMT ==>                    Collector                539,608                     197                81.296                    78.900                    0.216                     0.407
                                                 Urban                  1,107,498                     404               703.135                   682.410                    1.870                     0.324
Enter Total of Urban and Rural                   Rural                    409,623                     150               740.304                   718.483                    1.968                     0.090
Local VMT Here =>                    1,517,121
                                                 Totals                11,499,212                   4,197           2774.413                     2692.635                    7.377

                                 TULARE 2020


                                                                                             VMT            Base Emissions         Rain Adj. Emissions       Rain Adj. Emissions   District Rule 8061/ISR
                                                                  VMT Daily             (million/year)        (PM10 tpy)                (PM10 tpy)             (PM10 tons/day)         Control Rates
       Enter Freeway VMT ==>                     Freeway               4,834,241                   1,764             506.228                     491.306                     1.346                   0.075
        Enter Arterial VMT ==>                   Arterial              7,097,496                   2,591           1069.295                     1037.777                     2.843                   0.282
      Enter Collector VMT ==>                    Collector               690,775                     252             104.071                     101.003                     0.277                   0.407
                                                 Urban                 1,341,441                     490             851.662                     826.559                     2.265                   0.324
Enter Total of Urban and Rural                   Rural                   496,150                     181             896.683                     870.252                     2.384                   0.090
Local VMT Here =>                    1,837,591                                                         0
                                                 Totals                14,460,103                  5,278            3427.940                     3326.898                    9.115

                                 TULARE 2030


                                                                                             VMT            Base Emissions         Rain Adj. Emissions       Rain Adj. Emissions   District Rule 8061/ISR
                                                                  VMT Daily             (million/year)        (PM10 tpy)                (PM10 tpy)             (PM10 tons/day)         Control Rates
       Enter Freeway VMT ==>                     Freeway               5,989,793                   2,186             627.234                     608.746                     1.668                   0.075
        Enter Arterial VMT ==>                   Arterial              8,490,106                   3,099           1279.103                     1241.401                     3.401                   0.282
      Enter Collector VMT ==>                    Collector               895,887                     327             134.973                     130.994                     0.359                   0.407
                                                 Urban                 1,583,559                     578           1005.380                      975.745                     2.673                   0.324
Enter Total of Urban and Rural                   Rural                   585,700                     214           1058.526                     1027.325                     2.815                   0.090
Local VMT Here =>                    2,169,259                                                         0
                                                 Totals                17,545,045                  6,404            4105.216                     3984.211                   10.916


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                                 TULARE                                                                                           Road Type                 Base EF (lb PM10/ VMT
                                 HPMS Local Urban/Rural Percent                                                                   Freeway                               0.000573793
                                 From 1998 Assembly of Statistical Reports - Caltrans                                             Arterial                              0.000825524
                                        73.0% Urban                                                                               Collector                             0.000825524
                                        27.0% Rural                                                                               Local                                 0.003478828
                                       100.0% Total                                                                               Rural                                 0.009902924

                              TULARE
                                January           February           March                  April                May                      June                       July                    August
                   Rain Days       8.0               7.3               6.8                   4.0                  2.0                      0.3                        0.0                     0.0
                   Total Days      31                28                31                    30                   31                       30                         31                       31
    Rain Reduction Factor         0.94              0.94              0.95                  0.97                 0.98                     1.00                       1.00                     1.00
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•     2009 Conformity Unpaved Road Dust Spreadsheet
Unpaved Road Dust Emissions (tons/day)


TULARE 2010


                                              Vehicle Passes
                                                                  VMT        Base Emissions       Rain Adj. Emissions      Rain Adj. Emissions   District Rule 8061/ISR
                                                 per Day
                                    Miles                      (1000/year)     (PM10 tpy)              (PM10 tpy)            (PM10 tons/day)         Control Rates
                     City/County    128.6                 10      469.4               469.390                   414.047                    1.134                   0.333



TULARE 2020


                                              Vehicle Passes
                                                                  VMT        Base Emissions       Rain Adj. Emissions      Rain Adj. Emissions   District Rule 8061/ISR
                                                 per Day
                                    Miles                      (1000/year)     (PM10 tpy)              (PM10 tpy)            (PM10 tons/day)         Control Rates
                     City/County    128.6                 10      469.4               469.390                   414.047                    1.134                   0.333



TULARE 2030


                                              Vehicle Passes
                                                                  VMT        Base Emissions       Rain Adj. Emissions      Rain Adj. Emissions   District Rule 8061/ISR
                                                 per Day
                                    Miles                      (1000/year)     (PM10 tpy)              (PM10 tpy)            (PM10 tons/day)         Control Rates
                     City/County    128.6                 10      469.4               469.390                   414.047                    1.134                   0.333



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                      TULARE
                         January   February       March           April           May                    June                     July                   August
           Rain Days        8.0       7.3          6.8            4.0             2.0                     0.3                     0.0                      0.0
          Total Days        31        28            31             30              31                     30                       31                      31
Rain Reduction Factor      0.74      0.74          0.78           0.87            0.94                   0.99                     1.00                    1.00




•     2009 Conformity Construction Spreadsheet

Road Construction Dust

TULARE
                       Description
                                                                          2010                              2020                                  2030
                                                               Year         Lane Miles            Year        Lane Miles                 Year       Lane Miles
Baseline                                                       2005               4884            2010              4964                 2020           5190.81
Horizon                                                        2010              4,964            2020              5,191                2030             5,478
Difference                                                       5             80.000              10            226.810                  10           287.280

Lane Miles per Year                                                             16.000                                22.681                               28.728

Acres Disturbed                                                                 62.061                                87.975                              111.430

Acre-Months                                                                  1,117.091                           1,583.546                             2,005.737

Emissions (tons/year)                                                         122.880                               174.190                               220.631

Annual Average Day Emissions (tons)                                               0.337                                   0.477                              0.604

District Rule 8021 Control Rates                                                  0.290                                   0.290                              0.290

Total Emissions (tons per day)                                                    0.239                                   0.339                              0.429
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•   2009 Conformity Trading Spreadsheet

PM10 Emission Trading Worksheet

TULARE CONFORMITY ESTIMATES (tons/day)

                                     2010                 2020                 2030
                                   PM10      NOx        PM10      NOx        PM10       NOx
Total On-Road Exhaust                1.050    22.860      0.850    10.530      0.910     7.390
Paved Road Dust                      5.786                7.151                8.566
Unpaved Road Dust                    0.757                0.757                0.757
Road Construction Dust               0.239                0.339                0.429
Total                                7.832    22.860      9.096    10.530     10.662     7.390

Difference (2005 Budget - 2010)
                                   PM10      NOx
2005 Budgets                           7.3     25.1
2010                                   7.8     22.9
Difference                            -0.5       2.2
* 1.5 (Adjustment to NOx Budget)       0.8

Difference (2020 Budget - 2020)
                                   PM10      NOx
2020 Budgets                           9.4     10.9
2020                                   9.1     10.5
Difference                             0.3       0.4
* 1.5 (Adjustment to NOx Budget)      -0.5

Difference (2020 Budget - 2030)
                                   PM10      NOx
2020 Budgets                           9.4     10.9
2030                                  10.7       7.4
Difference                            -1.3       3.5
* 1.5 (Adjustment to NOx Budget)       2.0



1:1.5 PM10 to NOx Trading

                                   PM10      NOx
2005 Budget                            7.3     25.1

Adjusted 2005 Budget                   7.8      24.4
2010 Conformity Total                  7.8      22.9
Difference                             0.0       1.5   NOTE: FINAL DIFFERENCE MUST BE POSITIVE

                                   PM10      NOx
2020 Budget                            9.4     10.9

Adjusted 2020 Budget                   9.1      11.4
2020 Conformity Total                  9.1      10.5
Difference                             0.0       0.9   NOTE: FINAL DIFFERENCE MUST BE POSITIVE

Adjusted 2020 Budget                  10.7       9.0
2030 Conformity Total                 10.7       7.4
Difference                             0.0       1.6   NOTE: FINAL DIFFERENCE MUST BE POSITIVE
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•    2009 Conformity Totals Spreadsheet

                             2009 Conformity Results Summary -- TULARE

                                      ROG (tons/day)      NOx (tons/day)     ROG              NOx
                   2011 Budget                      9.2               20.9
                      2011                          9.0               20.4   YES              YES


                   2014 Budget                      7.7               16.6
                      2014                          7.3               15.6   YES              YES
Ozone

                   2017 Budget                      6.7               13.1
                      2017                          6.4               12.5   YES              YES
                      2020                          5.7               10.3   YES              YES
                      2023                          5.0                8.4   YES              YES
                      2030                          4.5                7.2   YES              YES



                                      PM-10 (tons/day)    NOx (tons/day)     PM-10            NOx
               Adjusted 2005 Budget                 7.8               24.4
                      2010                          7.8               22.9   YES              YES


PM-10          Adjusted 2020 Budget                 9.1               11.4
                      2020                          9.1               10.5   YES              YES


               Adjusted 2030 Budget                10.7                9.0
                       2030                        10.7                7.4   YES              YES



                                      PM2.5 (tons/day)    NOx (tons/day)     PM2.5            NOx
                 2002 Base Year             0.8                26.4
     PM2.5
    24-Hour
    Standard          2010                  0.8                22.9          YES              YES
                      2020                  0.6                10.5          YES              YES
                      2030                  0.6                7.4           YES              YES


                                      PM2.5 (tons/year) NOx (tons/year)      PM2.5            NOx
                 2002 Base Year             292               9636
PM2.5 Annual
  Standard            2010                  292               8359           YES              YES
                      2020                  219               3833           YES              YES
                      2030                  219               2701           YES              YES
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                 APPENDIX D

PM2.5 CONFORMITY RESULTS SUMMARY FOR EACH MPO
 IN THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY NONATTAINMENT AREA
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                         PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary – Fresno

Pollutant   Scenario                 Emissions Total                   DID YOU PASS?
                        PM2.5 (tons/day)        NOx (tons/day)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year             2.2                     63.4
 PM2.5
24-Hour
Standard      2010             2.0                     52.7            YES                YES
              2020             1.3                     23.0            YES                YES
              2030             1.2                     15.5            YES                YES


                        PM2.5 (tons/year)      Nox (tons/year)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year            803                      23141
 PM2.5
 Annual
Standard      2010            730                      19236           YES                YES
              2020            475                      8395            YES                YES
              2030            438                      5658            YES                YES



                          PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary – Kern

Pollutant   Scenario                 Emissions Total                   DID YOU PASS?
                        PM2.5 (tons/day)        NOx (tons/day)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year             3.7                     94.1
 PM2.5
24-Hour
Standard      2010             3.2                     86.0            YES                YES
              2020             1.8                     38.5            YES                YES
              2030             1.5                     27.2            YES                YES


                        PM2.5 (tons/year)      Nox (tons/year)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year            1351                     34347
 PM2.5
 Annual
Standard      2010            1168                     31390           YES                YES
              2020            657                      14053           YES                YES
              2030            548                      9928            YES                YES
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                         PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary – Kings

Pollutant   Scenario                 Emissions Total                   DID YOU PASS?
                        PM2.5 (tons/day)        NOx (tons/day)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year             0.8                     18.5
 PM2.5
24-Hour
Standard      2010             0.6                     16.1            YES                YES
              2020             0.3                     6.7             YES                YES
              2030             0.3                     4.7             YES                YES


                        PM2.5 (tons/year)      Nox (tons/year)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year            292                      6753
 PM2.5
 Annual
Standard      2010            219                      5877            YES                YES
              2020            110                      2446            YES                YES
              2030            110                      1716            YES                YES



                        PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary – Madera

Pollutant   Scenario                 Emissions Total                   DID YOU PASS?
                        PM2.5 (tons/day)        NOx (tons/day)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year             0.5                     13.7
 PM2.5
24-Hour
Standard      2010             0.5                     13.6            YES                YES
              2020             0.4                     6.5             YES                YES
              2030             0.4                     4.9             YES                YES


                        PM2.5 (tons/year)      Nox (tons/year)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year            183                      5001
 PM2.5
 Annual
Standard      2010            183                      4964            YES                YES
              2020            146                      2373            YES                YES
              2030            146                      1789            YES                YES
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                          PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary – Merced

Pollutant   Scenario                  Emissions Total                   DID YOU PASS?
                         PM2.5 (tons/day)        NOx (tons/day)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year              1.5                     37.1
 PM2.5
24-Hour
Standard      2010              1.3                     30.4            YES                YES
              2020              0.7                     12.8            YES                YES
              2030              0.7                     10.0            YES                YES


                         PM2.5 (tons/year)      Nox (tons/year)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year             548                      13542
 PM2.5
 Annual
Standard      2010             475                      11096           YES                YES
              2020             256                      4672            YES                YES
              2030             256                      3650            YES                YES



                        PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary – San Joaquin

Pollutant   Scenario                  Emissions Total                   DID YOU PASS?
                         PM2.5 (tons/day)        NOx (tons/day)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year              1.5                     43.4
 PM2.5
24-Hour
Standard      2010              1.5                     37.7            YES                YES
              2020              1.0                     16.8            YES                YES
              2030              1.1                     12.3            YES                YES


                         PM2.5 (tons/year)      Nox (tons/year)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year             548                      15841
 PM2.5
 Annual
Standard      2010             548                      13761           YES                YES
              2020             365                      6132            YES                YES
              2030             402                      4490            YES                YES
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                        PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary – Stanislaus

Pollutant   Scenario                 Emissions Total                   DID YOU PASS?
                        PM2.5 (tons/day)        NOx (tons/day)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year             1.0                     30.2
 PM2.5
24-Hour
Standard      2010             0.9                     24.8            YES                YES
              2020             0.6                     10.1            YES                YES
              2030             0.6                      7.0            YES                YES


                        PM2.5 (tons/year)      Nox (tons/year)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year            365                      11023
 PM2.5
 Annual
Standard      2010            329                      9052            YES                YES
              2020            219                      3687            YES                YES
              2030            219                      2555            YES                YES



                         PM2.5 Conformity Results Summary – Tulare

Pollutant   Scenario                 Emissions Total                   DID YOU PASS?
                        PM2.5 (tons/day)        NOx (tons/day)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year             0.8                     26.4
 PM2.5
24-Hour
Standard      2010             0.8                     22.9            YES                YES
              2020             0.6                     10.5            YES                YES
              2030             0.6                      7.4            YES                YES


                        PM2.5 (tons/year)      Nox (tons/year)        PM2.5               NOx
            2002 Base
              Year            292                      9636
 PM2.5
 Annual
Standard      2010            292                      8359            YES                YES
              2020            219                      3833            YES                YES
              2030            219                      2701            YES                YES
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              APPENDIX E

TIMELY IMPLEMENTATION DOCUMENTATION FOR
    TRANSPORTATION CONTROL MEASURES
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2002 RACM Timely Implementation Documentation
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  RACM                                                    Measure Description           (not
               Agency              Measure Title                                                                  Implementation Status                                                       2009 Conformity Update
Commitment                                                         verbatim)
                                                                                                                        (as of 1/07)                                                                 (as of 10/08)


  TU3.3        TCAG        Employer Rideshare Program                               Commitment complete. Outreach is included in the TCAG
                           Incentives                 TCAG Outreach program through 2006/07 Overall Work Program, Element 650.01 as with the
                                                                                                                                                                  Commitment complete.
                                                      2006                          past four years.


  TU5.4        Exeter      Site-Specific Transportation                                        The City has completed the left turn pocket on Belmont Road
                           Control Measures               Conduct signal coordination          with signal modifications. There have been no new studies to
                                                          studies on a regular basis to        date, as there has been no identified need.
                                                                                                                                                                  There have been no new studies to date, as there has been no identified need in
                                                          identify congestion issues. Also
                                                                                                                                                                  the City of Exeter.
                                                          consider amending development
                                                          impact fee schedule



  TU9.5        Exeter      Encouragement of Bicycle                                            The City has completed all bike lanes planned with BTA
                           Travel                         Implement projects that fund,        money received. 13,300 feet of Class II lanes along F St.,
                                                                                               Palm St., and Filbert Rd. and 15,200 feet along Visalia Rd., Since completing the bike lanes described in Column E, the city has not
                                                          construct, or promote pedestrian
                                                          and bicycle facilities.              Firebaugh Ave., and Rocky Hill Road. (See Project TID Table) implemented a new pedestrian or bicycle project.



  TU1.5      Farmersville Expansion of Public                                                Commitment complete. Regular fixed-route transit service to
                          Transportation Systems                                             the City of Farmersville was expanded and is provided by
                                                          Seek opportunities to ensure more
                                                                                             Visalia City Coach.
                                                          frequent stops of Orange Line in
                                                          City and encourage ridership by
                                                                                                                                                                  Commitment complete.
                                                          making bus schedules available at
                                                          City Hall and reminders on utility
                                                          bills in 2002



  TU5.5      Farmersville Removal of On-Street                                             Commitment complete. The City did not remove due to
                          Parking                         Consider removing on-street      financial impact to businesses.
                                                          parking on Visalia Road and some                                                                        Commitment complete.
                                                          in downtown during FY 2002/03


  TU5.9      Farmersville Bus Pullouts in Curbs for       Consider bus pull out on Visalia     Commitment complete. A bus pull-out was constructed.
                          Passenger Loading               Road and Downtown during FY
                                                                                                                                                                  Commitment complete.
                                                          2002/03


  TU5.16     Farmersville Adaptive traffic signals and    New traffic signals will have       The City of Farmersville operates only two traffic signals.
                          signal timing                   adaptive traffic signals and signal These signals have been in place and currently meet the City's
                                                          timing as they are installed        needs for adaptive traffic control. Population growth and levels    Signal construction is complete at Visalia Rd. and Farmersville Blvd. A signal is
                                                                                              of congestion have not warranted new signals. Any new               planned for Road 168 and Avenue 288 (Walnut), awaiting state approval on
                                                                                              signals installed will be adaptive. There have been no              school plans for access roads. The city is also evaluating the need for a signal at
                                                                                              additional traffic signals installed in the City of Farmersville.   Noble Ave. and Farmersville Blvd.




  TU1.7        Lindsay     Free transit during special    Trolley rides will be given during Commitment complete. The City of Lindsay provided free
                           events                         the annual Chili Cook-off          trolley service during the annual Chili cook-off event.
                                                          celebration through October 2005                                                                        Commitment complete.




  TU5.3        Lindsay     Reduce Traffic Congestion at Five pedestrian corridor projects      See Project TID Table (Measure TU 5.1.)
                           Major Intersections          by Fall 2003                                                                                              Commitment complete.
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  RACM                                                    Measure Description             (not
              Agency               Measure Title                                                                    Implementation Status                                                     2009 Conformity Update
Commitment                                                         verbatim)
                                                                                                                           (as of 1/07)                                                              (as of 10/08)


  TU5.4       Lindsay      Site-Specific Transportation   Five pedestrian corridor projects      See Project TID Table (Measure TU 5.1.)
                           Control Measures               by Fall 2003                                                                                            Commitment complete.


  TU6.1       Lindsay      Park and Ride Lots             Continue to use and maintain two Commitment complete. Park-and-Ride lots used from 2002
                                                          park and ride lots from 2002 -   through 2005.                                                          Commitment complete.
                                                          2005


  TU7.3       Lindsay      Involve school districts to    Five pedestrian corridor projects      See Project TID Table (Measure TU 5.1.)
                           encourage walking to school    by Fall 2003                                                                                            Commitment complete.



  TU9.2       Lindsay      Encouragement of Pedestrian Five pedestrian corridor projects         See Project TID Table (Measure TU 5.1.)
                           Travel                      by Fall 2003                                                                                               Commitment complete.


  TU9.3       Lindsay      Bicycle/Pedestrian Program     Five pedestrian corridor projects      See Project TID Table (Measure TU 5.1.)
                                                          by Fall 2003                                                                                            Commitment complete.


  TU9.5       Lindsay      Encouragement of Bicycle       Five pedestrian corridor projects      See Project TID Table (Measure TU 5.1.)
                           Travel                         by Fall 2003                                                                                            Commitment complete.


  TCM4        Lindsay      Bicycle Programs               Five pedestrian corridor projects      See Project TID Table (Measure TU 5.1.)
                                                          by Fall 2003                                                                                            Commitment complete.


  TU1.2      Porterville   Transit Access to Airports     Provide demand response transit Porterville COLT provides this service on a regular basis.
                                                          to and from the airport through at
                                                          least 2007.                                                                                             Porterville COLT continues to provide this service on a regular basis.



  TU1.6      Porterville   Transit Service             Create a bus stop adjacent to a           Commitment complete. New bus stops were created for
                           Improvements in Combination proposed new Park-and-Ride lot            Porterville COLT Route No. 6 which serves the park and ride
                           with Park-and-Ride Lots and prior to end of 2003.                     lot on Jaye Street, just south of Orange Avenue, and other       Commitment Complete
                           Parking Management                                                    locations.



  TU1.7      Porterville   Free transit during special    Provide free shuttle bus service       Commitment complete. Free shuttle service was provided for
                           events                         during the Sutton Iris Farm            the Iris Festival and the Literacy Fair.
                                                          Festival through at least 2006.                                                                         Commitment complete.



  TU5.4      Porterville   Site-Specific Transportation   Construct left turn lanes at      Commitment complete. See Project TID Table
                           Control Measures               designated intersections by 2003.                                                                       Commitment complete.



  TU5.9      Porterville   Bus Pullouts in Curbs for      Construct one bus pull-out on          See Project TID Table. Porterville continues to consider
                           Passenger Loading              Olive Avenue at Westwood;              additional bus pullouts, but a need has not been identified to   One pullout has been constructed on the East side of town, near Granite Hills HS,
                                                          construct others as needed.            date.                                                            and another has been completed on J street near SR190.


  TU5.16     Porterville   Adaptive traffic signals and   Adaptive traffic signals will be       Commitment complete. Traffic signal coordination was
                           signal timing                  installed on designated corridors      completed along three designated corridors within the city.      Commitment complete.
                                                          in the City by 2003.
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  RACM                                                   Measure Description             (not
              Agency               Measure Title                                                                    Implementation Status                                                     2009 Conformity Update
Commitment                                                        verbatim)
                                                                                                                          (as of 1/07)                                                               (as of 10/08)


  TU9.5      Porterville   Encouragement of Bicycle      Hold dedication ceremonies for         Commitment complete. The Tule River Parkway, Phase II,
                           Travel                        future phases of Tule River            was completed February 2005. The City held a dedication
                                                         Parkway that encourage public          ceremony for the completion of Phase II of the Parkway. City
                                                         use of bikeways through 2003.          representatives highlighted the opportunities the Parkway will    Commitment complete.
                                                                                                provide for walking and biking.



  TU10.2     Porterville   Bike Racks on Buses           Equip new buses with bike racks        Commitment complete. All new transit buses are equipped
                                                         through at least 2006.                 with bike racks.                                                  Commitment complete.


  TCM3       Porterville   Rideshare Programs            Publish an article in "The Pen" that Commitment complete. An article has appeared two times in
                                                         encourages rideshare within the      the City's newsletter.
                                                         City. Implementation by FY                                                                               Commitment complete.
                                                         2002/03.



  TU1.1       Tulare       Regional Express Bus          Provide regional express bus           Tulare Transit Express Route No. 6 connects with TCAT and
                           Program                       service to connect with other          VCC to provide service to Visalia and surrounding areas.
                                                         transit services through at least      Service will continue through at least 2007 and most likely The Tulare InterModal Express (TIME) fixed route service continues to provide
                                                         2007.                                  beyond. Are currently updating TDP and may have some route connections to VCC and TCAT.
                                                                                                changes.


  TU1.2       Tulare       Transit Access to Airports    Provide transit access to local        Tulare Transit Express Route 6 connects VCC to provide
                                                         airports through connection with       service. This service will continue. City is currently updating
                                                         other transit lines through at least   TDP and may have some route changes, but expect no                The TIME fixed route service continues to provide connections to VCC which
                                                         2007.                                  changes to the VCC connection.                                    provides service to the Visalia Municipal Airport.



  TU1.5       Tulare       Expansion of Public           Provide for the expansion and          City will participate in the 2007 Unmet Needs Process and is
                           Transportation Systems        enhancement of existing transit        currently in the process of updating its Transit Development
                                                         services within the City through       Plan.
                                                                                                                                                                  The City continues to participate in the Unmet Needs Process. The current TIME
                                                         Unmet Needs and updating the
                                                                                                                                                                  Transit Development Plan was adopted by the City in June of 2007.
                                                         City's Transit Development Plan.



  TU1.6       Tulare       Transit Service             The City will provide of adequate Commitment complete. Transit parking is provided for the
                           Improvements in Combination parking at transit facilities as park- World Ag Expo, and annual event in Tulare. Transit stops also
                           with Park-and-Ride Lots and and-ride lots. Implementation          provided at public parking lots at the Horizon Outlets.
                                                                                                                                                            Commitment complete.
                           Parking Management          from 1999 through FY 2002/03.



  TU1.7       Tulare       Free transit during special   Provide free transit service during City will offer a day of free fares on fixed routes in 2007 and
                           events                        special events through at least     plans to continue the activity in subsequent years. The free         The City continued to offer a day of free fares on fixed routes in 2008. The free
                                                         2007.                               fare day goes before City Council and is usually on a                fare day in 2008 took place on Earth Day and was called a Spare the Air Day in
                                                                                             designated Spare the Air day.                                        coordination with Visalia City Coach (VCC).
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  RACM                                                 Measure Description              (not
             Agency             Measure Title                                                                     Implementation Status                                                  2009 Conformity Update
Commitment                                                      verbatim)
                                                                                                                        (as of 1/07)                                                            (as of 10/08)


  TU1.9       Tulare    Increase parking at transit    Encourage transit convenience by Commitment complete. The City provided additional parking in
                        centers or stops               providing additional parking at  the vicinity of the Transit Center and Multi-Modal Center.
                                                       transit centers. Implementation                                                               Commitment complete.
                                                       from 1999 through FY 2002/03.



  TU5.4       Tulare    Site-Specific Transportation   Install additional traffic signals as
                        Control Measures               warranted.                                                                                            See Project TID Table
                                                                                               See Project TID Table

  TU5.9       Tulare    Bus Pullouts in Curbs for      Provide bus pull-outs for
                        Passenger Loading              passenger loading and unloading.                                                                      See Project TID Table
                                                                                               See Project TID Table

  TU5.16      Tulare    Adaptive traffic signals and   Install adaptive and emergency       All signals that have been installed since 2002 are adaptive
                        signal timing                  vehicle pre-emptive traffic signals. and are emergency pre-emptive. The City has identified 14 city-
                                                                                            owned signals in need of EVP retrofit. This is a local project,
                                                                                            the budget is $150,000, and the construction contract is
                                                                                            expected to be awarded by June 2007. City has also identified The City continues to monitor signals and signal timing. The City purchased
                                                                                            7 state-owned signals in need of EVP retrofit and will work with equipment and installed emergency vehicle pre-emptive signals.
                                                                                            the State to ensure functional modifications.




  TU10.2      Tulare    Bike Racks on Buses            Encourage pedestrian and bicycle The city has installed bike racks on all fixed-route buses and
                                                       travel as an alternative to      additional implementation needs have not been identified.            The City has installed bike racks on all fixed-route buses, including new fleet and
                                                       automobile travel.                                                                                    additional implementation needs have not been identified.


  TU15.2      Tulare    Pedestrian and Bicycle         Install pedestrian and bicycle over The City of Tulare has not identified any locations where
                        Overpasses Where Safety        crosses where safety concerns       crossings are required to mitigate safety concerns.               The City has not identified any locations where crossings are required to mitigate
                        Dictates                       dictate through at least 2007.                                                                        safety concerns.



  TU5.6       Tulare    Reversible Lanes                                                       Implemented during the annual World Ag Expo (Farm Show)
                                                       Implement reversible parking on         in 2007.                                                      The City continued implementation of reversible parking on arterial streets during
                                                       arterial streets to improve traffic                                                                   the annual World Ag Expo in 2008. Reversible Lanes have been integrated into
                                                       flow.                                                                                                 the traffic management plan.


  TU1.5      Woodlake   Expansion of Public            Expansion and enhancement of            City will participate in 2007 Unmet Needs process. The City
                        Transportation Systems         existing public transit through at      continues to operate Dial-a-Ride system.                      City participated in the 2008 Unmet Needs process. The City continues to
                                                       least 2007.                                                                                           operate a Dial-a-Ride system.
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  RACM                                                  Measure Description             (not
             Agency            Measure Title                                                                      Implementation Status                                                    2009 Conformity Update
Commitment                                                       verbatim)
                                                                                                                         (as of 1/07)                                                            (as of 10/08)


  TU3.5      Woodlake   Preferential Parking for        The City of Woodlake will              Preferential parking for employees that carpool at City Hall
                        Carpools and Vanpools           designate preferential parking for     continues to be in place.
                                                        carpools and vanpools at City                                                                         Preferential parking for employees that carpool at City Hall continues to be in
                                                        locations through at least 2007.                                                                      place.



  TU5.8      Woodlake   On-Street Parking               Restrict parking where it impacts The City of Woodlake has not identified any locations where
                        Restrictions                    traffic safety through at least 2007. parking impacts traffic safety.                                 Two locations have been identified near schools, and on-street parking
                                                                                                                                                              restrictions have been implemented.


  TU5.19     Woodlake   Internet provided road and      Post scheduled road construction Notices continue to be posted on the City of Woodlake's
                        route information               on City website through at least website.                                                             Notices continue to be posted on the City of Woodlake's website.
                                                        2007.


  TU7.13     Woodlake   Land use/air quality            Encourage high density                 Implementation ongoing. City zoning continues to encourage
                        guidelines                      development around                     infill and high density development in the downtown area. The
                                                        transportation centers and the         City of Woodlake continues to operate an on-demand transit
                                                                                                                                                              Implementation is ongoing.
                                                        downtown through at least 2007.        service (Dial-a-Ride) and does not have a city transit center.



  TU7.14     Woodlake   Incentives for cities with good Require new development and          Implementation ongoing. The city continues to adhere to the
                        development practices           major reconstruction to provide      energy efficient standards established in the California Energy
                                                        energy efficient lighting through at Code, Title 24, Part 6 for all major reconstruction projects.   Implementation is ongoing.
                                                        least 2007.


  TU14.2     Woodlake   Special Event Controls          Reduce mobile source emissions This measure has been implemented through City
                                                        from special event centers through Administrative Policy.                                             This measure has been implemented through City Administrative Policy.
                                                        at least 2007.

  TU14.3     Woodlake   Land Use/Development            Promote high-density residential       See Measure 7.13
                        Alternatives                    and commercial development in
                                                                                                                                                              See Measure 7.13
                                                        downtown area through at least
                                                        2007.

  TU14.5     Woodlake   Evaluation of the Air Quality   Evaluate air quality impacts from      Implementation ongoing. The City continues to prepare
                        Impacts of New development      new development using                  environmental analysis for public works and development
                        and Mitigation of Adverse       CEQA/NEPA process through at           projects.                                                      Implementation is ongoing.
                        Impacts                         least 2007.


  TCM1       Woodlake   Traffic Flow Improvements       Investigate the feasibility of         There are no traffic signals in Woodlake, and no signals are
                                                        regional cross valley rail and a       warranted. Corridor coordination is not feasible without       There are no traffic signals in Woodlake. Corridor coordination is not feasible
                                                        number of signal and corridor          signals.                                                       without signals.
                                                        improvements.

  TU1.2       Visalia   Transit Access to Airports      Provide a fixed route transit          VCC Route No. 106 was split into two routes (6 and 10) and
                                                        service to the local airport.          Route 10 now serves the Visalia Airport upon request.          Route 10 provides transportation to the Visalia Airport upon request.
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  RACM                                                Measure Description            (not
             Agency            Measure Title                                                                    Implementation Status                                                       2009 Conformity Update
Commitment                                                     verbatim)
                                                                                                                      (as of 1/07)                                                                 (as of 10/08)


  TU1.5      Visalia   Expansion of Public            Expand / enhance transit services The City of Visalia (VCC) added additional routes and
                       Transportation Systems         through the Short Range Transit expanded hours, including Sunday service. The City has also
                                                      Plan.                             increased the frequency on some transit routes. There has             The Short Range Transit Plan has been updated. The Visalia City Coach added
                                                                                        been no need identified to warrant additional changes since           additional transit routes and expanded hours.
                                                                                        May 2006.


  TU1.7      Visalia   Free transit during special    Provide free trolley service during The VCC Trolley is a free service. The trolley serves
                       events                         special events.                     Downtown Visalia, the Downtown Farmers Market, Oaks       The VCC Trolley is a free service. The trolly serves Downtown Visalia, the
                                                                                          Baseball games, the annual Downtown Christmas Parade, and Downtown Farmers Market, Visalia Rawhide Baseball games, the annual
                                                                                          other city events.                                        Downtown Christmas Parade, and other city events.


  TU3.3      Visalia   Employer Rideshare Program Provide employee incentives for           The City of Visalia provides a $1/day incentive to all            The City of Visalia provides a $1/day transportation incentive to all employees
                       Incentives                 carpooling, walking, biking to            employees who carpool, bike, or walk to work. This practice       who carpool, bike, or walk to work. This practice has been ongoing for several
                                                  work.                                     has been ongoing for years.                                       years.

  TU5.2      Visalia   Coordinate Traffic Signal      Continue to expand the City's         The City of Visalia interconnects new traffic signals. The City
                       Systems                        coordinated traffic signal system.    recently interconnected all signals on Tulare Avenue.             The City of Visalia and consultant have adjusted existing coordination timing on
                                                                                            Currently in the process of hiring a consultant to determine      several streets for improved travel time and will continue to do so as necessary.
                                                                                            where to expand the coordinated traffic signal system for the     The City is currently evaluating the need to initiate signal synchronization along
                                                                                            best use. Consultant expected on-board in June 2007.              Caldwell Avenue and Woodland Street.



  TU5.3      Visalia   Reduce Traffic Congestion at Continue to make use of turn            This is an ongoing practice, and the City has plans to install
                       Major Intersections          lanes, signalization, and median        left turn lanes, signals, and medians where City Council deems
                                                    dividers for traffic control.           appropriate. See Project TID Table. Currently installing
                                                                                            medians on Caldwell between West and Santa Fe and                 The City is presently in various stages of installing traffic signals at heavily
                                                                                            between Demaree and Chinowth. Medians have also been              congested all-way stop intersections: Santa Fe St at Walnut Ave and Tulare Ave
                                                                                            installed on Riggin between Demaree and County Center, on         (design), Pinkham St at Walnut Ave (complete), Demaree St at Mill Creek Dr and
                                                                                            Akers between Goshen and Ferguson and on Ben Maddox               Ferguson Ave (design), Plaza Dr at Riggin Ave (under contruction), Skirt St at
                                                                                            between K and Walnut.                                             Hurley Ave (planned), Goshen Ave at Mooney Blvd (design), Caldwell Ave and
                                                                                                                                                              County Center (signal modification), Demaree and Whitendale (design), Linwood
                                                                                                                                                              and Walnut (design), Court and Whitendale (design), Demaree and Goshen
                                                                                                                                                              (design), and Demaree and Ferguson (design). The City has completed installing
                                                                                                                                                              medians, with left and right intersection pockets to Riggin Ave, St. Johns
                                                                                                                                                              Parkway, and Caldwell Ave. The City is near completion of design and plans to
                                                                                                                                                              build a roundabout at the intersections of Houston Ave, N.E., 3rd Ave., and Santa
                                                                                                                                                              Fe St in the next 2-3 years. Roundabouts have been installed at various locations
                                                                                                                                                              within the city in lieu of 4-way stops. The city will continue to install or expand turn
                                                                                                                                                              and/or through lanes to channelize and improve traffic flow where possible.




  TU5.4      Visalia   Site-Specific Transportation   Implement geometric traffic           This is an ongoing practice, and the City has plans to install
                       Control Measures               control procedures                    other signals where City Council deems appropriate. See           The city is planning to install protected left turn indications at the following
                                                                                            Project TID Table                                                 signalized intersections: Caldwell Ave at County Center Dr, Demaree St at
                                                                                                                                                              Whitendale Ave, Linwood St at Walnut Ave, and Lovers Lane at Walnut Ave.
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  RACM                                                  Measure Description           (not
              Agency             Measure Title                                                                  Implementation Status                                                       2009 Conformity Update
Commitment                                                       verbatim)
                                                                                                                       (as of 1/07)                                                               (as of 10/08)


  TU9.5        Visalia    Encouragement of Bicycle      Expand the City's existing bicycle   City's bike plan has been adopted and the City Council has
                          Travel                        system; work with TCAG on            authorized local funding to implement the plan.
                                                                                                                                                                The City has recently striped and installed signage for new bicycle lanes on
                                                        outreach for bicycle programs
                                                                                                                                                                several streets within the city and is currently at or ahead of schedule for
                                                                                                                                                                construction and improvement of bike/pedestrian paths along Packwood Creek,
                                                                                                                                                                Cameron Creek, Mill Creek, St. Johns River Parkway, Riggin Ave, and Santa Fe
                                                                                                                                                                Street. Existing bicycle lanes are being restriped and signing upgraded
                                                                                                                                                                throughout the year. With assistance from the Bike, Pedestrian, and Waterway
                                                                                                                                                                Committee, new bike lanes and bike paths along many streets and pathways are
                                                                                                                                                                being evaluated.



  TU10.2       Visalia    Bike Racks on Buses           Continue to provide bike racks on All existing VCC buses have bike racks. The City of Visalia
                                                        transit buses.                    has purchased 7 additional 35-foot CNG buses, all of which
                                                                                                                                                                The entire VCC fleet have bike racks on them, including the 6 recently purchased
                                                                                          have bike racks installed. The City also plans to purchase 6
                                                                                                                                                                35-foot CNG buses. The City plans to purchase 10 more 35-foot CNG buses with
                                                                                          additional 35-foot CNG buses with bike racks during 2007.
                                                                                                                                                                bike racks by summer 2009.



  TCM1         Visalia    Traffic Flow Improvements     Continue to identify projects that This measure has been implemented through the City's
                                                        improve traffic flow through the   Circulation Element, which identifies transportation needs over This measure has been implemented through the City's Circulation Element,
                                                        City's 5-Year Capitol Improvement the next 20 years.                                               which identifies transportation needs over the next 20 years
                                                        Program


  TCM2         Visalia    Public Transit                Implement Short Range Transit        The City of Visalia regularly updates its Short Range Transit
                                                        Plan to enhance and expand           Plan which identifies the City's transit needs and goals over a    The City of Visalia has added routes to their Short Range Transit Plan. A full
                                                        transit services.                    5-year period. The next update of the City's plan will be in       update to the Short Range Transit Plan, which identifies the City's transit needs
                                                                                             2007.                                                              and goals over a 5-year period, is expected to be completed by the end of 2008.


  TCM4         Visalia    Bicycle Programs              Continue to seek funding for, and The Visalia City Council authorized funding to implement the
                                                        implement bicycle improvements City's adopted and updated bicycle plan. The City will continue
                                                        and programs.                     to evaluate bike plan implementation.                        Implementation is ongoing.


  TU5.16     Porterville Adaptive traffic signals Adaptive traffic signals will be  Commitment complete. Traffic signal coordination
                         and signal timing        installed on designated corridors was completed along three designated corridors
                                                  in the City by 2003.              within the city.                                                           Commitment complete.


  TU5.3      Lindsay     Reduce Traffic              Five pedestrian corridor projects See Project TID Table (Measure TU 5.1.)
                         Congestion at Major         by Fall 2003                                                                                         Commitment complete.
                         Intersections
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RACM Commitment       Agency         Commitment        Commit-ment Commit-ment              TIP     TIP Project ID       TIP Project          Implementation        2009 Conformity
                                     Description        Schedule     Funding                                             Description              Status                Update

                                                                                                                                                (as of 01/07)          (as of 10/08)

TU1.5/TCM 2       Dinuba         Expansion of Public   2003          FTA 5311        2000          TUL01-011,        Two new buses         Complete. Note:        Complete
                                 Transit                                                           TUL01-010         operating by Jan      These were
                                                                                                                     2003                  replacement buses
                                                                                                                                           which are N.A. per
                                                                                                                                           conformity regulations


TU1.5/TCM 2       Exeter         Expansion of Public   2003          FTA 5311        2000          TUL01-009         New bus operating     Complete. Note:        Complete
                                 Transportation System                                                               by Jan 2003           These were
                                                                                                                                           replacement buses
                                                                                                                                           which are N.A. per
                                                                                                                                           conformity regulations


TU 5.4            Farmersville   Turn pocket at        2003          $2 M STIP       2000, 2002,   TUL00-107         Construct turn lanes Currently in ROW and Complete
                                 Farmersville                                        2004                            & operational        design phase.
                                 Boulevard and Visalia                                                               improvements         Construction expected
                                 Road                                                                                                     to begin June 2007.
                                                                                                                                          Delay due to additional
                                                                                                                                          right of way
                                                                                                                                          requirements.



TU1.6             Lindsay        Transit Improvements 2003 -         Local and       N.A.          N.A.              New bus stops along Complete                 Complete
                                 in Combination with  construction   State transit                                   Hermosa Street.
                                 Park and Ride Lots   complete       funding                                         Note: this is not an
                                                                                                                     expansion of service
                                                                                                                     but adding stops
                                                                                                                     along an existing
                                                                                                                     route


TU 5.1            Lindsay        Five pedestrian       2003          $3.5 M         2000, 2002     TUL00-016,        Construct five        The final pedestrian   Complete
                                 corridor projects                   Federal grants                TUL00-023,        pedestrian corridor   corridor project was
                                                                                                   TUL00-067,        improvements          completed in June
                                                                                                   TUL01-001,                              2006.
                                                                                                   TUL02-018


TU5.5             Lindsay        Removal of On-Street 2003 -         Non-            N.A.          N.A.              Sweet Brier Plaza     Complete. Note: The Complete
                                 Parking              construction   FHWA/FTA                                                              removal of parking
                                                      complete       funding                                                               (not eligible for federal
                                                                                                                                           funding) was ancillary
                                                                                                                                           to the HUD project.



TU 1.9            Porterville    Multi-modal transit   2004          $1,359,000     2000           8614 (PPNO)       Construct transit     Complete               Complete
                                 center                              STIP (includes                                  station
                                                                     local)


TU 5.1 & 5.2      Porterville    Traffic Signal        2005          $240,000     2000, 2002       TUL00-003,        Implement revised     Complete               Complete
                                 Coordination &                      includes                      TUL00-004,        coordination at six
                                 Preemption                          partial CMAQ                  TUL00-005         locations
                                                                     funding.
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RACM Commitment               Agency        Commitment         Commit-ment Commit-ment               TIP     TIP Project ID       TIP Project          Implementation           2009 Conformity
                                            Description         Schedule     Funding                                              Description              Status                   Update

                                                                                                                                                         (as of 01/07)             (as of 10/08)

TU 5.3                    Porterville   Reduce traffic         2003           Includes     2000, 2002       TUL00-006,        Thirteen signals or All thirteen locations      Complete
                                        congestion at 13                      partial CMAQ                  TUL00-007         signal modifications are complete.
                                        locations                             funding


TU 6.1                    Porterville   Park and Ride lot      2002           $70,000         2000          TUL00-072         Construct Park and    Complete                  Complete
                                                                              CMAQ                                            Ride lot

TU 9.2                    Porterville   Missing sidewalks in   2004           $1.9 M CMAQ 2000, 2002,       TUL00-009         Construct bike path   Area 1 & 3 complete.      Construction on areas
                                        core area                                         2004                                                      Areas 2 and 4 are         2 and 4 are scheduled
                                                                                                                                                    currently out for bid     for completion in first
                                                                                                                                                    (for the second time).    quarter 2009.
                                                                                                                                                    Completion date will
                                                                                                                                                    be estimated after bids
                                                                                                                                                    are received; will
                                                                                                                                                    attempt to fast track
                                                                                                                                                    project once bids are
                                                                                                                                                    received.



TU 9.3                    Porterville   Tule River Parkway     2002 & 2003    $591,000        2000, 2002,   TUL00-009         Construct bike path   Complete                  Complete
                                        (from Indiana St. to                  includes        2004
                                        Jaye St.) and Rails to                CMAQ
                                        Trails Project


TU14.7 & 7.12             Porterville   Incentives to increase 2003           STIP and local 2000           8614(PPNO)        transit center        Complete                  Complete
                                        density around transit construction   funds
                                        centers



TCM2                      Porterville   Public Transit         FY2003/2004 - FTA              2000, 2002    TUL 00-008,       Four Buses to         Complete                  Complete
                                                               bus operations 5311/CMAQ                     TUL00-008         expand service
                                                                              and City

TU1.6                     Tulare        Transit Service        2002/2003 -    STIP, State     2000, 2002,   8631(PPNO)        Parking at            Complete                  Complete
                                        Improvements in        construction   Rural transit   2004                            Intermodal Transit
                                        Combination with Park-                grant, and                                      Facility
                                        and-Ride Lots and                     local funds
                                        Management


TU1.8                     Tulare        Encourage Use of       FY 2002/2003 Local funding     N.A.          N.A.              Bus for free          Complete                  Complete
                                        Transit By City                                                                       commute trips for
                                        Employee                                                                              city employees


TU 5.3                    Tulare        Design improvements No schedule       No funds        1998, 2000,   6405 (PPNO)       Construct             Complete                  Complete
                                        to Prosperity Avenue has been         specified       2002, 2004                      interchange
                                        interchange on SR 99 specified                                                        improvements



TU                        Tulare        Santa Fe Trail         2002           includes        2000, 2002    TUL00-014,        Construct 4.5 mile    Complete                  Complete
9.1/9.2/9.3/9.4/9.5/TCM                                                       CMAQ                          TUL00-015,        pedestrian/bicycle
4/9.9                                                                                                       TUL00-026         path


TU10.2                    Woodlake      Bike Rack On Buses     2002/2003 -   Local Funding N.A.             N.A.              Equip two buses with Complete                   Complete
                                                               implementatio                                                  bike racks
                                                               n
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RACM Commitment        Agency       Commitment        Commit-ment Commit-ment                TIP    TIP Project ID       TIP Project          Implementation         2009 Conformity
                                    Description        Schedule     Funding                                              Description              Status                 Update

                                                                                                                                                (as of 01/07)           (as of 10/08)

TCM 4               Woodlake    Bravo Lake bicycle    2007            $264,000 TEA 2000, 2002      TUL00-028,        Construct bike path   Complete                Complete
                                path                                                               TUL02-021

TU5.1               Visalia     Develop Intelligent   2005            STIP and local 2002, 2004    8688 (PPNO)       ITS System            ITS equipment           Complete
                                Transportation System                 funding                                                              installed. Waiting on
                                                                                                                                           Caltrans to authorize
                                                                                                                                           turn-on on their 9
                                                                                                                                           remaining signals.
                                                                                                                                           Expected in Spring
                                                                                                                                           2007.


TU5.9               Visalia     Bus Pullouts in Curbs Within ten      STIP           2000, 2002    6220 (PPNO)       Mooney Blvd.         Construction             Construction is
                                for Passenger Loading years                                                          Widening             scheduled to begin in    underway.
                                                                                                                     Project/Bus Pullouts Fall 2007.               Construction is
                                                                                                                                                                   expected to be
                                                                                                                                                                   completed in summer
                                                                                                                                                                   2009.


TU9.3               Visalia     Bicycle/Pedestrian    Not Noted       Used local      N.A.         N.A.              St Johns River Bike Complete                  Complete
                                Program                               funding for the                                path
                                                                      extension of
                                                                      the St. John's
                                                                      River bike path




TU 15.1             Visalia     Pedestrian pathway      2004 & 2002   TEA grants     2000, 2002    TUL00-027,        Construct two         Complete                Complete
                                (from transit center to                                            TUL02-076         pedestrian corridor
                                downtown) & convert                                                                  improvements
                                Garden Street
                                between Main Street
                                and parking structure
                                to pedestrian plaza



TU1.1/1.5           County of   Programs for          FY2002-2003 - Local and        N.A.          N.A.              Service between      Complete                 Complete
                    Tulare      improved public       operating new State transit                                    Woodville/Poplar/Cot
                                transit/regional      service       funding                                          ton Center and
                                express bus program                                                                  Lindsay and
                                                                                                                     Porterville


TU10.2              County of   Bike Rack On Buses    2002/2003 -   Local and        N.A.          N.A.              Install nine bile racks Complete              Complete
                    Tulare                            implementatio State transit
                                                      n             funding


TU18/TCM2/1.1/1.5/1 County of   Local Government      varies          FTA Section    2000, 2002    TUL00-056,        3-30 Passenger        Complete. Note:        Complete
5.2                 Tulare      Control                               5311/                        TUL00-021         Buses                 These were
                                Measures/Improved                     TDA/CMAQ                                                             replacement buses
                                Public Transit                                                                                             which are N.A. per
                                                                                                                                           conformity regulations
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RACM Commitment      Agency         Commitment             Commit-ment Commit-ment          TIP    TIP Project ID          TIP Project      Implementation          2009 Conformity
                                    Description             Schedule     Funding                                           Description          Status                  Update

                                                                                                                                              (as of 01/07)           (as of 10/08)
ADDITIONAL PROJECTS IDENTIFIED
TU5.4             Exeter        Site-Specific                         Local          N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 Project Complete.        Complete
                                Transportation Control
                                Measures

TU9.5             Exeter        Encouragement of                      BTA            N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 Project Complete.        Complete
                                Bicycle Travel



TU5.4             Porterville   Site-Specific          2003           Local          N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 Project Complete.        Complete
                                Transportation Control
                                Measures

TU5.9             Porterville   Bus Pullouts in Curbs 2001            LTF            N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 Project Complete.        Complete
                                for Passenger Loading



TU5.4             Tulare        Site-Specific                         SR2S, Local    N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 Project Complete.        Complete
                                Transportation Control
                                Measures
                                                                      Local          N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 New signals were        Complete
                                                                                                                                         installed at Prosperity
                                                                                                                                         Avenue at Cherry
                                                                                                                                         Street and Bardsley
                                                                                                                                         Avenue at O Street.
                                                                                                                                         Project Complete.



TU5.9             Tulare        Bus Pullouts in Curbs                 LTF            N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 Project Complete.        Complete
                                for Passenger Loading


TU5.16            Tulare        Install adaptive and                  Local          N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 The City has identified Complete
                                emergency vehicle pre-                                                                                   14 city-owned signals
                                emptive traffic signals.                                                                                 in need of EVP retrofit.
                                                                                                                                         Local budget is
                                                                                                                                         $150,000 and
                                                                                                                                         construction contract
                                                                                                                                         expected to be
                                                                                                                                         awarded by June
                                                                                                                                         2007. City has also
                                                                                                                                         identified 7 state-
                                                                                                                                         owned signals in need
                                                                                                                                         of EVP retrofit and will
                                                                                                                                         work with the State to
                                                                                                                                         ensure functional
                                                                                                                                         modifications.

TU5.3             Visalia       Reduce Traffic                        Local          N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                 Project Complete.        Complete
                                Congestion at Major                                                                                      Note: Street name
                                Intersections                                                                                            correction from "K" to
                                                                                                                                         "Whitendale."
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RACM Commitment      Agency          Commitment             Commit-ment Commit-ment             TIP    TIP Project ID          TIP Project        Implementation        2009 Conformity
                                     Description             Schedule     Funding                                              Description            Status                Update

                                                                                                                                                     (as of 01/07)     (as of 10/08)
                                                                           Local         N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                   Currently installing Complete
                                                                                                                                               medians on Caldwell
                                                                                                                                               between West and
                                                                                                                                               Santa Fe and between
                                                                                                                                               Demaree and
                                                                                                                                               Chinowth. Medians
                                                                                                                                               have also been
                                                                                                                                               installed on Riggin
                                                                                                                                               between Demaree and
                                                                                                                                               County Center, on
                                                                                                                                               Akers between
                                                                                                                                               Goshen and Ferguson
                                                                                                                                               and on Ben Maddox
                                                                                                                                               between K and
                                                                                                                                               Walnut.
TU5.4             Visalia        Site-Specific                             Local         N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                   Project Complete.    Complete
                                 Transportation Control
                                 Measures
                                                                                         N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                   Project Complete.      Complete

TU9.5             Visalia        Encouragement of                          Local         N.A.         N.A.              N.A.                   Project Complete.      Complete
                                 Bicycle Travel
                                                            2009           TEA/Local     2008         TUL04-158         Mill Creek Arboretum N.A.                     Project is scheduled
                                                            (obligation)                                                Trail                                         to be obligated in
                                                                                                                                                                      2009.
                                                            2009           CMAQ, Local   2008         TUL06-017         City of Visalia-Riggin N.A.                   Project is scheduled
                                                            (obligation)                                                Ave. Bicycle Path                             to be obligated in
                                                                                                                                                                      2009.
                                                            2010           TEA/Local     2008         TUL06-100         St. John's River Bike N.A.                    Project is scheduled
                                                            (obligation)                                                Path Rd 148 to                                to be obligated in
                                                                                                                        Cutler Park                                   2010.
                                                            2009           Recreational 2008          TUL06-002         City of Visalia-East   N.A.                   Project is scheduled
                                                            (obligation)   Trails Program                               Mill Creek                                    to be obligated in
                                                                                                                                                                      2009.
                                                            2009           Recreational 2008          TUL06-001         City of Visalia-Bike   N.A.                   Project is scheduled
                                                            (obligation)   Trails Program                               Trails Project (St.                           to be obligated in
                                                                                                                        John's River                                  2009.
                                                                                                                        Parkway Trail)
                                                            2010           TEA/Local     2008         TUL04-160         City of Visalia-Santa N.A.                    Project is scheduled
                                                            (obligation)                                                Fe Bike Path                                  to be obligated in
                                                                                                                                                                      2010.
                                                            2009           TEA/Local     2008         TUL04-154         Packwood Creek         N.A.                   Project is scheduled
                                                            (obligation)                                                Bike Path                                     to be obligated in
                                                                                                                                                                      2009.
TU10.2            Visalia        Bike Racks on Buses                       CMAQ,         2006         TUL06-014         Purchase six (6)        The City of Visalia     Complete
                                                                           Energy                                       transit replacement    has purchased 7
                                                                           Commission,                                  vehicles with CNG      additional 35-foot CNG
                                                                           Local                                        buses.                 buses, all of which
                                                                                                                                               have bike racks
                                                                                                                                               installed. The City also
                                                                                                                                               plans to purchase 6
                                                                                                                                               additional 35-foot CNG
                                                                                                                                               buses with bike racks
                                                                                                                                               during 2007.
TU5.16            Farmersville   Adaptive traffic signals                  STP, State    2006         TUL00-107         Ave 280-Visalia        N.A.                   Signal construction is
                                 and signal timing                         Cash                                         Road Operational                              complete at Visalia
                                                                                                                        Improvements                                  Rd. and Farmersville
                                                                                                                                                                      Blvd.
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             APPENDIX F

PUBLIC MEETING PROCESS DOCUMENTATION
                                                                                       Air Quality Conformity Analysis
                                                                             Tulare County Association of Governments

                     NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE
       DRAFT AMENDMENT #3 TO THE 2009 INTERIM FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION
    IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (FTIP), DRAFT REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN (RTP)
                            AMENDMENT #1 AND
                CORRESPONDING DRAFT CONFORMITY ANALYSIS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) will hold a public
hearing on December 8th, 2008 at 1:00PM in the Tulare County Ag Commissioner Auditorium at 4437 S
Laspina St, Tulare CA 93284 regarding the Draft Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP, Draft Amendment
#1 to the 2007 RTP and corresponding Draft Conformity Analysis. The purpose of the hearing is to receive
public comments.

   •   The 2009 Interim FTIP is a listing of capital improvement and operational expenditures utilizing federal
       and state monies for transportation projects in Tulare County during the next four years that are eligible
       to proceed without a conformity determination.
   •   The Draft Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP contains project phases and/or projects that were not
       included in the 2009 Interim TIP.
   •   The RTP is a long-term strategy to meet Tulare County’s transportation needs out to the year 2030. The
       document is also referred to as the 2007 RTP.
   •   The proposed Amendment to the 2007 RTP includes updated year of expenditure tables, minor project
       description corrections and some project year open to construction edits with associated changes in the
       project year of expenditure estimates that will not result in significant additional environmental impacts
       that have not been previously addressed in the adopted 2007 Tulare County RTP EIR.
   •   The Draft Conformity Analysis contains the documentation to support a finding that the 2009 Interim
       FTIP and 2007 RTP as amended meets the air quality conformity requirements for ozone and particulate
       matter.

Individuals with disabilities may call TCAG staff at (559)733-6291 (with 3-working-day advance notice) to
request auxiliary aids necessary to participate in the public hearing. Translation services are available (with 3-
working-day advance notice) to participants speaking any language with available professional translation
services.

A concurrent 30-day public review and comment period will commence on November 21st and conclude on
December 22nd. The draft documents are available for review at the TCAG office, located at 5961 S Mooney
Blvd, Visalia CA 93277 and on TCAG’s website at http://www.tularecog.org/.

Public comments are welcomed at the hearing, or may be submitted in writing by December 22nd at 5 PM to
Ben Giuliani at the address below.

After considering the comments, the documents will be considered for adoption, by resolution, by TCAG at a
regularly scheduled meeting to be held on January 22nd, 2009. The documents will then be submitted to state
and federal agencies for approval.

Contact Person:       Ben Giuliani, Senior Regional Planner
                      5961 S Mooney Blvd, Visalia CA 93277
                      (559)733-6291
                      bgiuliani@co.tulare.ca.us
                                    Air Quality Conformity Analysis
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        APPENDIX G

RESPONSE TO PUBLIC COMMENTS
                                                                                    Air Quality Conformity Analysis
                                                                          Tulare County Association of Governments

                                 RESPONSE TO PUBLIC COMMENTS

All 8 MPOs in the San Joaquin Valley nonattainment area had a 30-day public review period and
conducted a public hearing on their own Draft Amendment to the 2009 Interim TIP, 2007 RTP
Amendment (if applicable) and corresponding Conformity Analyses. Revisions to this section may be
added after a response is prepared for all 8 MPOs.


It is important to note that no other verbal or written comments were received from the public or inter-agency
consultation partners, including: the California Department of Transportation, California Air Resources Board,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Federal Transit Administration.
            ATTACHMENT 5

PUBLIC NOTICE AND ADOPTION RESOLUTION
               NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE
 DRAFT AMENDMENT #3 TO THE 2009 INTERIM FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION
IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (FTIP), DRAFT REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN
                    (RTP) AMENDMENT #1 AND
          CORRESPONDING DRAFT CONFORMITY ANALYSIS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Tulare County Association of Governments (TCAG) will
hold a public hearing on December 8th, 2008 at 1:00PM at the Woodlake Memorial Building,
355 N Acacia, Woodlake CA 93286 regarding the Draft Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim
FTIP, Draft Amendment #1 to the 2007 RTP and corresponding Draft Conformity Analysis. The
purpose of the hearing is to receive public comments.

   •   The 2009 Interim FTIP is a listing of capital improvement and operational expenditures
       utilizing federal and state monies for transportation projects in Tulare County during the
       next four years that are eligible to proceed without a conformity determination.
   •   The Draft Amendment #3 to the 2009 Interim FTIP contains project phases and/or
       projects that were not included in the 2009 Interim TIP.
   •   The RTP is a long-term strategy to meet Tulare County’s transportation needs out to the
       year 2030. The document is also referred to as the 2007 RTP.
   •   The proposed Amendment #1 to the 2007 RTP includes updated year of expenditure
       tables, minor project description corrections and some project year open to construction
       edits with associated changes in the project year of expenditure estimates that will not
       result in significant additional environmental impacts that have not been previously
       addressed in the adopted 2007 Tulare County RTP EIR.
   •   The Draft Conformity Analysis contains the documentation to support a finding that the
       2009 Interim FTIP and 2007 RTP as amended meets the air quality conformity
       requirements for ozone and particulate matter.

Individuals with disabilities may call TCAG staff at (559)733-6291 (with 3-working-day
advance notice) to request auxiliary aids necessary to participate in the public hearing.
Translation services are available (with 3-working-day advance notice) to participants speaking
any language with available professional translation services.

A concurrent 30-day public review and comment period will commence on November 21st and
conclude on December 22nd, 2008. The draft documents are available for review at the TCAG
office, located at 5961 S Mooney Blvd, Visalia CA 93277 and on TCAG’s website at
http://www.tularecog.org/.

Public comments are welcomed at the hearing, or may be submitted in writing by December 22nd
at 5 PM to Ben Giuliani at the address below.

After considering the comments, the documents will be considered for adoption, by resolution,
by TCAG at a regularly scheduled meeting to be held on January 22nd, 2009. The documents
will then be submitted to state and federal agencies for approval.

Contact Person:      Ben Giuliani, Senior Regional Planner
                     5961 S Mooney Blvd, Visalia CA 93277
                     (559)733-6291
                     bgiuliani@co.tulare.ca.us

				
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