Richard Clarke Executive Director Program Management. Capital Program Management

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2 Richard Clarke Executive Director Program Management Capital Program Management

3 Department Overview > Transit, Highway Programs, and Regional Rail o Transit Deliver construction projects on-time and within budget. This includes the design, construction, quality and safety of work performed for capital projects o Highway Programs Partnership with state, regional, and local agencies; responsible for developing highway projects that capitalize on technology to enhance the system while better integrating rail and transit o Regional Rail Provide overall coordination, management, and programming of funds for Metrolink commuter rail system and Metro s involvement with Amtrak intercity and long distance trains. Coordinates capital improvements along Metro-owned railroad right-of-way, as well as working with freight railroads in shared corridors > FY16 Budget totals $1.2 Billion

4 Measure R > In 2008, Los Angeles County voters approved Measure R by a two-thirds majority. > A projected $36 billion is committed to traffic relief and transportation upgrades throughout the county over the next 30 years. > Measure R helps fund dozens of critical transit and highway projects. > The Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation estimates that Measure R will create more than 210,000 new construction jobs and infuse an estimated $32 billion back into the local economy.

5 Transit Program (Existing & Future) Existing + Measure R: Total: stations 218+ miles

6 Transit Projects Underway > Crenshaw Line ($2.058B) > Regional Connector Line ($1.427B) > Westside Purple Line Extension Section 1 ($3.149B) > Westside Purple Line Extension Section 2 ($2.466B) > Gold Line Extension ($0.741B) > Expo Line Phase II ($1.511B)

7 Operation Shovel Ready Transit Projects

8 Future Transit Projects Project Est. Cost (Billions of $) Status A Airport Metro Connector 0.3 Environmental B East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor 2.5 Environmental C West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor 4.5 Planning D South Bay Green Line Extension 0.6 Environmental E Gold Line Eastside Transit Corridor Phase Environmental F Westside Purple Line Extension Section Pre. Eng. G Sepulveda Pass Transit Corridor 6.8 Planning Total 19.4

9 Highway Programs In addition to the above Metro-led projects, Highway Program also assists Local Agencies in delivering approximately 350 Sub-Regional projects

10 Ongoing Highway Projects Project Est. Cost (X $1,000) Current Phase High Desert Corridor $8,800,000 PAED SR-138 Northwest $780,000 PAED I-5 North HOV/HOT Lanes $726,000 PS&E SR-710 (North) $100,000 - $6,200,000 PAED I-710 (South) Up to $8,000,000 PAED I-710 (South) Early Action Projects $400,000 VAR. I-710/SR-91 Interchange $430,000 PSR-PDS I-605/I-5 Interchange $1,200,000 PAED I-605/SR-91 Interchange $130,000 PAED I-605/SR-60 Interchange $1,200,000 PAED

11 I-710 (South) Freight Corridor > Vital transportation artery linking ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles to Southern California and beyond > Connects the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles to the Pomona freeway (SR-60)/Hobart Intermodal Yard (18 miles and 19 jurisdictions) > Studying potential improvements to address congestion and safety issues > Early Action projects include interchange improvements, mainline widening, bridge replacement, sound walls, etc. o PA/ED: Jan 2008-Nov 2017 o Design: Jan 2018-Jan 2023 o Right-of-Way: Sep 2018-Dec 2022 o Construction: Sep 2023-Dec 2029 Estimated Cost: Up to $8B

12 High Desert Corridor > Currently in Project Approval/Environmental Document (PA/ED) > 63 mile Multipurpose Corridor Highway, Expressway, Tollway, High Speed Rail, Bikeway and energy production and/or transmission > Connection between SR-14 in LA County with US-395, I-15 and SR-18 in San Bernardino County, Metrolink and High Speed Rail at Palmdale Transportation Center and XpressWest station in Victorville o PA/ED: Right-of-Way: o Design: Construction: o Estimated Cost: $8.9 billion

13 I-605 Hot Spots > 2012 Feasibility Study analyzed alternatives for congestion hot spots along I-5, SR-91, SR-60, I-710/SR-91 and I-405 > Improvements include ramp reconfigurations, additional general purpose lanes, arterial intersection enhancements, freeway interchange improvements, and added signage > Environmental documents being prepared for congestion areas. Individual projects will be identified and prioritized for implementation. > Costs, schedules, milestones, and delivery plans are on project-by-project basis

14 SR-138 Corridor Improvements > Currently in Project Approval/Environmental Document (PA/ED) > SR 138 is a 36-mile corridor extending from Interstate 5 (I-5) to State Route 14 (SR-14) > Connects to Lancaster, Palmdale and other High Desert communities > Environmental study initiated by Metro and Caltrans to evaluate corridor alternatives for people and goods movement and provide mobility for Antelope Valley economy o PA/ED: Right-of-Way: o Design: Construction: o Estimated Cost: $700 million

15 I-5 North HOV/HOT Lanes > High Priority Corridor on National Highway System (NHS), serving inter-regional commodities and vehicular travel > Widen the I-5 corridor and add High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes from newly constructed HOV lane south of SR-14 interchange to Parker Road > HOT lanes similar to Metro's existing ExpressLanes on I-10 and I-110 > Widen 8 bridges, install a new fiber network, include pavement rehabilitation and additional auxiliary lanes between interchanges o PA/ED: Completed 2013 o Design: o Right-of-Way: o Construction: Estimated Cost: $ 726M

16 SR-710 (North) Study > Approximately 100-square mile study area > Five alternatives under study > Transportation System Management/Transportation Demand Management (TSM/TDM) > Draft EIR/EIS March 2015 > 120-day comment period o PA/ED: o Design: o Right-of-Way: o Construction: Estimated Cost: $100 M - $6.2 B

17 Operation Shovel Ready Highway Projects

18 Union Station Southern California Regional Interconnector Project (SCRIP) > First phase redesign train yard; construct new passenger concourse and up to 10 run-through tracks > May accommodate High Speed Rail (HSR) for up to two platforms and four tracks > Total estimated cost $2.4 billion (excluding HSR) Los Angeles Union Station Master Plan > Plan for transportation and development > EIR underway with anticipated completion by November 2016 > Up to 3.25 million sq. ft. of mixeduse development (hotel, retail, office)

19 Challenges and Opportunities > Funding > Municipal constraints > Legal framework (Organizational/Federal/State) > Metro is open to new ideas and innovation > Partnerships with the private sector > Minimize disruptions to community > Procurement (Unsolicited Proposal Policy)

20 Proposals Not of Interest > Projects already under contract or active procurement > Provides no innovation or lacks a better approach > Adds significant cost or schedule impact > Project development agreements