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VTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS SANTA CLARA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS JOINT MEETING

Friday, June 4, 2004
9:00 AM

Board of Supervisors Chambers
County Government Center
70 West Hedding Street
San Jose, California

Agenda

1.   CALL TO ORDERROLL CALL
 

A. County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors
B. Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) of Board Directors

 

 
       
2.  

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS: This portion of the agenda is reserved for persons desiring to address the Boards on any matter not on the agenda. Speakers are limited to 2 minutes.� The law does not permit action or extended discussion on any item not on the agenda except under special circumstances. If action is requested, the matter can be placed on a subsequent agenda.� All statements that require a response will be referred to staff for reply in writing.

 

 
       
3.   Receive opening remarks regarding the 1996 Measure B Transportation Improvement Program. (Davis)  
   
4.   Receive Measure B Transportation Improvement Program Progress Report. (Collins)  
   
5.   County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors Consider Budget Adjustment regarding the 1996 Measure B Transportation Improvement Program. (Davis)
 

Possible Action:
Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approve as recommended by staff, approve with amendment or do not approve.

 

Project Management Oversight (PMO) and Program Administration:Increase budget from $11.2 million to $11.7 million. (Board of Supervisors Action Only)

 

 
       
6.   County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors and VTA Board of Directors Receive Status Reports andor Consider Budget Adjustments regarding the 1996 Measure B Transportation Improvement Program.
 

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approve as recommended by VTA Board of Directors, approve with amendment, or do not approve the following:

 

A.� Community Oriented Design Enhancement (CODE) Program, and 1996 Measure B Consolidated Biological Mitigation Site Gonot)

 

Possible Action:
VTA Board of Directors approve as recommended by staff, approve with amendment or do not approve.

 

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approve as recommended by VTA Board of Directors, approve with amendment, or do not approve the following:

 

1. CODE Program: Increase budget from $7.2 million to $7.3 million.

 

2.Consolidated Biological Mitigation Site: Decrease budget from $6.9 million to $5.9 million.

 

B. Highway Program (CollinsGonot)

 

Possible Action:
VTA Board of Directors approve as recommended by staff, approve with amendment or do not approve.

 

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approve as recommended by VTA Board of Directors, approve with amendment or do not approve the following.

 

1. Route 880 Widening: Increase budget from $73.9 million to $76.3 million.

 

2.Route 101 Widening: Increase budget from $54.2 million to $55.2 million.

 

3. Route 85101 (S): Increase budget from $65.8 million to $66.8 million.

 

4. Route 8587 Interchange: Decrease budget from $44.3 million to�$42.8 million.

 

5. Route 85101 (N): Decrease budget from $124.2 million to

 

$122.6 million.

 

6. Route 237880 Interchange: Increase budget from $47.8 million to�$48.7 million.

 

7. Route 17 Improvements: Decrease budget from $12.0 million to�$11.8 million.

 

8.Route 87 (S) HOV Lanes: Increase budget from $14.5 million to $15.1 million.

 

9. Route 87 (N) HOV Lanes: Increase budget from $10.5 million to�$11.0 million.

 

10.Route 152 Improvements: Increase budget from $15.0 million to $21.9 million.

 

11. Route 85 Noise Mitigation: Decrease budget from $1.2 million to $1.1 million.

 

C. Rail Program (Collins)

 

Possible Action:
VTA Board of Directors approve as recommended by staff, approve with amendment or do not approve.

 

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approve as recommended by VTA Board of Directors, approve with amendment, or do not approve the following:

 

1.Tasman East Light Rail: Decrease budget from $282.4 million to�$275.1 million.

 

2. Capitol Light Rail: �Decrease budget from $166.5 million to�$159.8 million.

 

3.Vasona Light Rail: Decrease budget from $320.4 million to $316.8 million.

 

4. Caltrain Service Improvements: Decrease budget from $54.2 million to $52.2 million.

 

D. Other Programs (GonotMurdter)

 

Possible Action:
VTA Board of Directors approve as recommended by staff, approve with amendment or do not approve.

 

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors approve as recommended by staff, approve with amendment or do not approve.

 

1 Bicycle Program: Receive progress report.

 

2. Pavement Management Program: Receive progress report.

 

3. Swap Projects: Exchange $22.5 million in State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) funding for the Route 237880 Stage C project in exchange for an equal amount of Measure B funding to be returned to VTA; reimburse VTA $7.23 million for costs incurred for landscaping for the following four Measure B projects:1) Route 880 Widening, 2) Route 237880 Interchange Stage C, 3) Route 85101 (N) Interchange, and 4) Route 87 (NS) High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes.

 

Level of Service Intersection Improvement Program: Receive progress report.

 

5. Expressway Signal Synchronization Program: Receive progress report.

 

 
       
7.   ADJOURN  
       

NOTE COMMITTEE MEMBERS: In order to establish a quorum for this meeting, members are asked to call the Office of the Board Secretary (408) 321-5680 or E-mail: board.secretary@vta.org before 5:00 p.m. on the day prior to the meeting. Thank you for your cooperation.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), those requiring accommodations or accessible media for this meeting should notify the Board Secretary’s Office 48 hours prior to the meeting at (408) 321-5680 or e-mail: board.secretary@vta.org, TDD (408) 321-2330. VTA’s Homepage is located on the Web at: http:www.vta.org