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1 Unified Corridor Investment Study Performance Dashboard Step 2 Analysis Results DRAFT Revised 10/15/18 October 2018

2 Project Description Three parallel routes - Highway 1, Soquel/Freedom and the Santa Cruz Branch Rail Line - link the communities along the Santa Cruz County coast from Davenport through Watsonville. The Unified Corridor Study examines how well complimentary transportation improvements on all three routes - when designed to function together as a single unified corridor perform to meet the community s transportation needs. The Unified Corridor Study performance dashboard presents the result of the second, in a two step analysis, which compares how each of the scenarios address the study goals of Safety, Efficiency, Economics, Environmental Sustainability, and Social Equity by The evaluation of 16 performance measures for each of the scenarios and a comparison to a no build and baseline conditions is designed to increase understanding of transportation project benefits by transparently evaluating their impacts and lead to effective investments in the corridor.

3 Step 2 Scenarios for Analysis Approved by RTC on December 7, 2017 Scenario Highway 1 Projects A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E No Build Buses on shoulders High occupancy vehicle lanes (HOV) and increased transit frequency Auxiliary lanes to extend merging distance IN ADDITION TO MEASURE D Metering of on-ramps Additional lanes on bridge over San Lorenzo River Mission St intersection improvements Soquel Avenue/Drive and Freedom Blvd BRT lite (faster boarding, transit signal priority and queue jumps) Increased frequency of transit with express services Buffered/protected bike lanes Intersection improvements for auto Intersection improvements for bikes/pedestrians Rail Corridor Bike and pedestrian trail Local rail transit with interregional connections Bus rapid transit Freight service on rail Overall Project Area/Connections between Routes Improved bike/pedestrian facilities throughout urban area closing gaps in network Additional transit connections Bike share, bike amenities, transit amenities, park and ride lots Multimodal transportation hubs Automated vehicles/connected vehicles Transportation Demand and System Management Employers and residences - incentive programs Education and enforcement - electric vehicle, motorist safety, and bike safety Only Watsonville These projects will be evaluated in all scenarios. These projects will be evaluated in all scenarios.

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5 Scenario A Step 2 Performance Measures PM: Total Collisions (Fatal, Injury, and Property Damage Only per year) Scenario A, 979 Revised 10/15/18, 1211 Baseline, 1110 Highway 1 Projects HOV and auxiliary lanes, ramp meters, San Lorenzo bridge widening, multimodal intersection improvements Soquel / Freedom BRT Lite with increased transit frequency, multimodal intersection improvements Rail ROW Bike and pedestrian trail Goal 1 Safer transportation for all modes. PM: Countywide Mean Auto Speed (mph) Scenario A Scenario A Walk 10.9% Bike 4.3% Transit 4.1% Drive Alone 42.8% AM Peak Period 6:00-9:00 AM Baseline PM Peak Period 4:00-7:00 PM PM: Mode Share Goal 2 Reliable and efficient transportation choices that serve the most people and facilitate the transport of goods. Carpool 37.8%

6 PM: Person trips across N-S Screenline 4:00-6:00 PM (In thousands) Scenario A Baseline Seabright Avenue 41st Ave San Andreas/Freedom Goal 3 Develop a well-integrated transportation system that supports economic vitality. PM: Level Of Public Investment (In millions) Annual Cost for O&M $25 Revised 10/12/18 $9 $16 New Public Investment Needed Funding Potential $520 $379 Capital Costs $899 PM: Visitor Tax Revenues (per year in millions) Scenario A Scenario A Total Transient Occupancy Tax Visitor Related Sales Tax $40.1 $39.0 $28.6 $28.0 $27.2 $18.3 $10.3 $12.0 $11.8 Baseline Scenario A

7 PM: Cost Associated with Collisions (per year) Revised 10/15/18 Cost per $224 K Collision x 1,211 Collisions = $271 M Collision Cost Cost per $224 K Collision x Scenario A 979 Collisions = Scenario A $219 M Collision Cost Cost -$52 M Savings PM: Automobile Vehicle Miles Traveled (Countywide VMT per day in millions) Scenario A Baseline Goal 4 Minimize environmental concerns and reduce adverse health impacts. PM: Total Criteria Pollutants (metric tons per day) Baseline Scenario A CO SOX PM10 PM2.5 ROG NOX

8 PM: Greenhouse Gas Emissions CO 2 e Emissions (metric tons per day) and Percentage Reduction from 2015 Baseline CO 2 e 2,617-27% -26% 1,915 1,941 Baseline Scenario A PM: Environmentally Sensitive Areas (# linear miles along 3 routes) nd lowest score Goal 5 Accessible and equitable transportation system that is responsive to the needs of all users. PM: Transit Vehicle Miles Traveled (per year in millions) Scenario A Baseline

9 PM: Household Transportation Cost Percentage of Income Spent on Transportation (by median income households per year) 18% Baseline 16% 26% Baseline 24% 17% 25% Daily Costs for 2-Vehicle Households Scenario A $ Baseline $46.63 $ $50.14 $ Vehicle Household 2 Vehicle Household PM: Share of Investment Benefit for Transportation Disadvantaged Population 24.0% 14% of population is transportation disadvantaged Scenario A

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11 Scenario B Step 2 Performance Measures PM: Total Collisions (Fatal, Injury, and Property Damage Only per year) Scenario B, 865 Revised 10/15/18, 1211 Baseline, 1110 Highway 1 Projects Bus on shoulder, ramp metering, Mission St. intersection improvements Soquel / Freedom BRT Lite with increased transit frequency, buffered/protected bike lanes, bike/ped intersection improvements Rail ROW Bike and pedestrian trail, rail transit Goal 1 Safer transportation for all modes. PM: Countywide Mean Auto Speed (mph) Scenario B Scenario B Bike 4.4% Walk 10.7% Drive Alone 42.4% AM Peak Period 6:00-9:00 AM Baseline PM Peak Period 4:00-7:00 PM Transit 6.0% Carpool 36.5% PM: Mode Share Goal 2 Reliable and efficient transportation choices that serve the most people and facilitate the transport of goods.

12 PM: Person trips across N-S Screenline 4:00-6:00 PM (In thousands) Scenario B Baseline Seabright Avenue 41st Ave San Andreas/Freedom PM: Level Of Public Investment (In millions) Revised 10/12/18 Goal 3 Develop a well-integrated transportation system that supports economic vitality. Annual Cost for O&M $47 $16 $31 New Public Investment Needed Funding Potential $379 $455 Capital Costs $833 PM: Visitor Tax Revenues (per year in millions) Scenario B Scenario B Total Transient Occupancy Tax Visitor Related Sales Tax $40.2 $39.0 $28.6 $28.1 $27.2 $18.3 $10.3 $12.1 $11.8 Baseline Scenario B

13 PM: Cost Associated with Collisions (per year) Revised 10/15/18 Cost per $224 K Collision x 1,211 Collisions = $271 M Collision Cost Cost per $224 K Collision x Scenario B 865 Collisions = Scenario B $192 M Collision Cost Cost -$78 M Savings Goal 4 Minimize environmental concerns and reduce adverse health impacts. PM: Automobile Vehicle Miles Traveled (Countywide VMT per day in millions) Scenario B Baseline PM: Total Criteria Pollutants (metric tons per day) Baseline Scenario B CO SOX PM10 PM2.5 ROG NOX

14 PM: Greenhouse Gas Emissions CO 2 e Emissions (metric tons per day) and Percentage Reduction from 2015 Baseline CO 2 e 2,617-27% -28% 1,915 1,886 Baseline Scenario B PM: Environmentally Sensitive Areas (# linear miles along 3 routes) nd highest score Goal 5 Accessible and equitable transportation system that is responsive to the needs of all users. PM: Transit Vehicle Miles Traveled (per year in millions) Scenario B Baseline

15 PM: Household Transportation Cost Percentage of Income Spent on Transportation (by median income households per year) 18% Baseline 16% 26% Baseline 24% 17% 25% Daily Costs for 2-Vehicle Households Scenario B $ Baseline $46.63 $ $50.14 $ Vehicle Household 2 Vehicle Household PM: Share of Investment Benefit for Transportation Disadvantaged Population 25.2% 14% of population is transportation disadvantaged Scenario B

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17 Scenario C Step 2 Performance Measures PM: Total Collisions (Fatal, Injury, and Property Damage Only per year) Scenario C, 970 Revised 10/15/18, 1211 Baseline, 1110 Highway 1 Projects Bus on shoulders, auxiliary lanes Soquel / Freedom BRT Lite with increased transit frequency, multimodal intersection improvements Rail ROW Bike and pedestrian trail, bus rapid transit, freight service (in Watsonville) Goal 1 Safer transportation for all modes. PM: Countywide Mean Auto Speed (mph) Scenario C Scenario C Bike 4.2% Walk 10.8% Drive Alone 43.1% AM Peak Period 6:00-9:00 AM Baseline PM Peak Period 4:00-7:00 PM Transit 4.8% Carpool 37.1% PM: Mode Share Goal 2 Reliable and efficient transportation choices that serve the most people and facilitate the transport of goods.

18 PM: Person trips across N-S Screenline 4:00-6:00 PM (In thousands) Scenario C Baseline Seabright Avenue 41st Ave San Andreas/Freedom PM: Level Of Public Investment (In millions) Revised 10/12/18 Goal 3 Develop a well-integrated $11 transportation Annual system that Cost for O&M supports economic $30 vitality. $19 New Public Investment Needed Funding Potential $285 $455 Capital Costs $740 PM: Visitor Tax Revenues (per year in millions) Total Transient Occupancy Tax Visitor Related Sales Tax $39.7 $39.0 Scenario C Scenario C $28.6 $27.8 $27.2 $18.3 $10.3 $11.9 $11.8 Baseline Scenario C

19 PM: Cost Associated with Collisions (per year) Revised 10/15/18 Cost per $224 K Collision x 1,211 Collisions = $271 M Collision Cost Cost per $224 K Collision x Scenario C 970 Collisions = Scenario C $217 M Collision Cost Cost -$54 M Savings Goal 4 Minimize environmental concerns and reduce adverse health impacts. PM: Automobile Vehicle Miles Traveled (Countywide VMT per day in millions) Scenario C Baseline PM: Total Criteria Pollutants (metric tons per day) Baseline Scenario C CO SOX PM10 PM2.5 ROG NOX

20 PM: Greenhouse Gas Emissions CO 2 e Emissions (metric tons per day) and Percentage Reduction from 2015 Baseline CO 2 e 2,617-27% -27% 1,915 1,899 Baseline Scenario C PM: Environmentally Sensitive Areas (# linear miles along 3 routes) 36.0 Lowest score Goal 5 Accessible and equitable transportation system that is responsive to the needs of all users. PM: Transit Vehicle Miles Traveled (per year in millions) Scenario C Baseline

21 PM: Household Transportation Cost Percentage of Income Spent on Transportation (by median income households per year) 18% Baseline 16% 26% Baseline 24% 17% 25% Daily Costs for 2-Vehicle Households Scenario C $ Baseline $46.63 $ $50.14 $ Vehicle Household 2 Vehicle Household PM: Share of Investment Benefit for Transportation Disadvantaged Population 25.2% 14% of population is transportation disadvantaged Scenario C

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23 Scenario E Step 2 Performance Measures PM: Total Collisions (Fatal, Injury, and Property Damage Only per year) Scenario E, 968 Revised 10/15/18, 1211 Highway 1 Projects HOV and auxiliary lanes, ramp meters Soquel / Freedom Buffered/protected bike lanes, bike/pedestrian intersection improvements Rail ROW Bike and pedestrian trail, rail transit, freight service Baseline, 1110 Goal 1 Safer transportation for all modes. PM: Countywide Mean Auto Speed (mph) AM Peak Period 6:00-9:00 AM PM Peak Period 4:00-7:00 PM Transit 5.3% Bike 4.4% Carpool 37.3% Walk 10.7% PM: Mode Share Drive Alone 42.3% Baseline Goal 2 Reliable and efficient transportation choices that serve the most people and facilitate the transport of goods.

24 PM: Person trips across N-S Screenline 4:00-6:00 PM (In thousands) Scenario E Baseline Seabright Avenue 41st Ave San Andreas/Freedom Goal 3 Develop a well-integrated $6 transportation system that Annual Cost for supports economic O&M vitality. $39 $33 PM: Level Of Public Investment (In thousands) Revised 10/12/18 New Public Investment Needed Funding Potential $794 $453 Capital Costs $1,247 Scenario E Scenario E PM: Visitor Tax Revenues (per year in millions) Total Transient Occupancy Tax Visitor Related Sales Tax $40.1 $39.0 $28.6 $28.1 $27.2 $18.3 $10.3 $12.0 $11.8 Baseline Scenario E

25 PM: Cost Associated with Collisions (per year) Revised 10/15/18 Cost per $224 K Collision x 1,211 Collisions = $271 M Collision Cost Cost per $224 K Collision x Scenario E 968 Collisions = Scenario E $217 M Collision Cost Cost -$54 M Savings Goal 4 Minimize environmental concerns and reduce adverse health impacts. PM: Automobile Vehicle Miles Traveled (Countywide VMT per day in millions) Scenario E Baseline PM: Total Criteria Pollutants (metric tons per day) Baseline Scenario E CO SOX PM10 PM2.5 ROG NOX

26 PM: Greenhouse Gas Emissions CO 2 e Emissions (metric tons per day) and Percentage Reduction from 2015 Baseline CO 2 e 2,617-27% -26% 1,915 1,928 Baseline Scenario E PM: Environmentally Sensitive Areas (# linear miles along 3 routes) 40.7 Highest score Goal 5 Accessible and equitable transportation system that is responsive to the needs of all users. PM: Transit Vehicle Miles Traveled (per year in millions) Scenario E Baseline

27 PM: Household Transportation Cost Percentage of Income Spent on Transportation (by median income households per year) 18% Baseline 16% 26% Baseline 24% 17% 25% Daily Costs for 2-Vehicle Households Scenario E $ Baseline $46.63 $ $50.14 $ Vehicle Household 2 Vehicle Household PM: Share of Investment Benefit for Transportation Disadvantaged Population 23.5% 14% of population is transportation disadvantaged Scenario E

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29 All Scenarios Comparison GOAL 1 Safer transportation for all modes. Total Annual Collisions Fatal, Injury, and Property Damage Only Scenario A, 1211 Scenario A, 979 Baseline, 1110 Scenario B, 1211 Scenario B, 865 Baseline, 1110 Scenario C, 1211 Scenario C, 970 Baseline, 1110 Scenario E, 1211 Scenario E, 968 Baseline, Revised 10/15/18 GOAL 2 Reliable and efficient transportation choices that serve the most people and facilitate the transport of goods Countywide Mean Auto Speed (MPH) AM Peak Period (6:00-9:00 AM) Countywide Mean Auto Speed (MPH) PM Peak Period (4:00-7:00 PM) Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E Baseline Baseline

30 GOAL 2 Reliability and Efficiency (continued) Scenario A Mode Share Scenario B Mode Share Drive Alone 42.8% Drive Alone 42.4% Carpool 37.8% Carpool 36.5% Walk 10.9% Walk 10.7% Bike 4.3% Bike 4.4% Transit 4.1% Transit 6.0% Scenario C Mode Share Scenario E Mode Share Drive Alone 43.1% Drive Alone 42.3% Carpool 37.1% Carpool 37.3% Walk 10.8% Walk 10.7% Bike 4.2% Bike 4.4% Transit 4.8% Transit 5.3% 2015 Baseline 2035 Person Trips (4-6pm) Screenline # 4 at 41st Ave 2035 Person Trips (4-6pm) Screenline # 9 at San Andreas/Freedom Baseline 27 Baseline Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E In thousands In thousands

31 GOAL 3 Develop a well-integrated transportation system that supports economic vitality. Level of Public Investment Capital Costs and Funding Potential Estimates (In millions) $794 New Public Investments Needed $520 $379 $285 Capital Cost $1,246 Funding Potential $899 $832 $740 $379 $455 $455 $453 Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E Annual Cost for Operations & Maintenance (In millions) $16 $6 New Public Investment Needed $9 $25 $47 $11 $30 $39 O& M Cost Funding Potential $16 $31 $19 $33 Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E Revised 10/12/18

32 GOAL 3 Economic Vitality (continued) Total Transient Occupancy Tax Visitor Related Sales Tax Visitor Tax Revenues (per year in millions) $40.1 $40.2 $39.7 $40.1 $39.0 $28.6 $28.0 $28.0 $27.8 $28.1 $27.2 $18.3 $10.3 $12.0 $12.1 $11.9 $12.0 $11.8 Baseline Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E Cost Associated with Collisions (in millions/year) Scenario A $219 $52 Scenario B $193 $78 Scenario C $217 $54 Scenario E $217 $54 Collision Cost Savings $271 M Revised 10/15/18

33 GOAL 4 Minimize environmental concerns and reduce adverse health impacts Countywide Vehicle Miles Traveled Miles (per day in millions) Baseline Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E Environmentally Sensitive Areas Scenario A (mi) 36.5 Scenario B (mi) 38.3 Scenario C (mi) 36.0 Scenario E (mi) Total Criteria Pollutants (metric tons per day) Baseline Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E CO SOX PM10 PM2.5 ROG NOX

34 GOAL 4 Environment (continued) CO 2 e Emissions (metric tons/day) and % Reduction from 2015 Baseline 2,617-27% -26% -28% -27% -26% CO 2 e (mtpd) 1,915 1,941 1,886 1,899 1,928 Baseline Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E GOAL 5 Accessible and equitable transportation system that is responsive to the needs of all users. Annual Transit Vehicle Miles Traveled (in millions) Scenario A 5.74 Scenario B 6.65 Scenario C 6.11 Scenario E Baseline 3.33

35 GOAL 5 Equity (continued) Household Transportation Cost (% of Median Income) 26% 18% Baseline 24% 17% Baseline 16% 25% 1 Vehicle Household 2 Vehicle Household Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E Share of Investment Benefit for Transportation Disadvantaged Population 24.0% 25.2% 25.2% 23.5% 13.7% of population is transportation disadvantaged Scenario A Scenario B Scenario C Scenario E

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