Projects and Operations Funding

as Outlined in the April 18, 2003 version of

Senator Perata's SB 916

Capital

SB 916 (Perata): $1 Toll Increase Expenditure Plan ---- Capital Projects (Dollars in millions)

     
Project Title Project Description in Bill Year of Const. Toll Funding Project Number (in SB 916) Project Sponsor(s)

Central Bay

     
BART Tube Seismic Retrofit Add seismic capacity to existing BART tube connecting the East Bay with San Francisco. 2005 $143.0 21 BART
Transbay Terminal/Downtown Extension Construction of a new Transbay Terminal at First and Mission Streets in San Francisco providing added capacity for transbay, regional, local, and intercity bus services, the extension of Caltrain rail services into the Terminal, and accommodation of a future high speed passenger rail line to the Terminal and eventual rail connection to the East Bay. In developing the Transbay Terminal/Downtown Caltrain Extension Project, the City and County of San Francisco shall adhere to the principles and requirements set forth in Proposition H as voted on by the voters in November of 1999. Construction of a bus and train-ready terminal facility is the first priority for toll funds for the Transbay Terminal/Downtown Extension project. The temporary terminal operation shall not exceed five years. The Transbay Joint Powers Authority shall provide a full funding plan for a bus and train-ready terminal facility. 2005/2009/2016-2020 $150.0 22 Transbay Joint Powers Authority
Oakland Airport Connector New transit connection to link BART, Capitol Corridor and AC Transit with Oakland Airport. The Port of Oakland shall provide a full funding plan for the Connector. 2005 $30.0 23 Port of Oakland and BART
AC Transit Enhanced Bus - Phase 1 (International Blvd/Telegraph Ave. Corridor) Develop enhanced bus on these corridors; including bus bulbs, signal prioritization, new buses and other improvements. Priority of investment shall improve the AC connection to BART on these corridors. 2005 $65.0 24 AC Transit
Commute Ferry Service for Alameda/Oakland/Harbor Bay Purchase two vessels for ferry services between Alameda and Oakland areas and San Francisco. Second vessel funds to be released upon demonstration of appropriate terminal locations, new transit oriented development, adequate parking, and sufficient landside feeder connections to support ridership projections. 2007 $12.0 25 Water Transit Authority
Commute Ferry Service for Berkeley/Albany Purchase two vessels for ferry services between Berkeley/Albany terminal and San Francisco. The Water Transit Authority shall study four potential terminal locations, two in Berkeley and two in Albany, in the environmental, waterfront, and water transit planning documents to fully assess environmental impacts prior to the selection of a terminal location. Parking access and landside feeder connections must be sufficient to support ridership projections. 2009 $12.0 26 Water Transit Authority
Commute Ferry Service for South San Francisco Purchase two vessels for ferry services to the Peninsula. Parking access and landside feeder connections must be sufficient to support ridership projections. 2007 $12.0 27 Water Transit Authority
Water Transit Facility Improvements, Spare Vessels and Environmental Review Provide two backup vessels for WTA services, expand berthing capacity at the Port of San Francisco, and expand environmental studies and design for eligible locations. 2007 $43.0 28 Water Transit Authority
Regional Express Bus for San Mateo, Dumbarton and Bay Bridge Corridors Expand park and ride lots, improve HOV access, construct ramp improvements and purchase rolling stock. 2006 $22.0 29 AC Transit and Alameda Congestion Management Agency
BART/MUNI Connection @ Embarcadero & Civic Center Provide direct access from the BART platform to the MUNI platform at the above stations and equip new fare gates that are Translink ready.  2005 $3.0 1 BART
MUNI Metro East/3rd Street (Phase 1 - I.O.S.) Provide funding for the surface and light rail transit and maintenance facility  to support MUNI service from Hunter's Point and connecting to Caltrain stations and the E line waterfront line.  2005 $30.0 2 Muni
MUNI Historic Streetcar Expansion (E-Line) Provide funding to rehabilitate historic street cars and construct a terminal loop to support service from the Transbay Terminal and Ferry Building, and connecting the Fisherman's wharf waterfront 2005 $10.0 3 Muni

South Bay

     
East to West Bay Commuter Rail Service over Dumbarton Rail Bridge Provide funding for the necessary track and station improvements and rolling stock to interconnect the BART and Capitol Corridor at Union City with Caltrain service over the Dumbarton rail bridge, and interconnect and provide track improvements for the ACE line with the same Caltrain service at Centerville.  Provide a new station at Sun Microsystems in Palo Alto.  2006 $135.0 4 Caltrain, Capitol Corridor, and the Alameda County Congestion Management Agency
I-880 North Safety Improvements Reconfigure various ramps on I-880 and provide appropriate mitigations between 29th Avenue and 16th Avenue. 2005 $10.0 30 Alameda County Congestion Management Agency, City of Oakland, and the Department of Transportation.
BART Warm Springs Extension Extension of the existing BART system 5.4 -miles by aerial structures and subway from Fremont to Warm Springs in southern Alameda County. 2005 $45.0 31 BART
I-580 (Tri Valley) Rapid Transit Corridor Improvements Provide rail or High Occupany Vehicle lane direct connector to Dublin BART and other improvements from I-580 in Alameda County for use by express buses. 2010 $65.0 32 Alameda County Congestion Management Agency

North Bay

     
Vallejo Station Construct intermodal transportation hub for bus and ferry service, including parking structure at site of Vallejo's current ferry terminal. 2006 $28.0 5 City of Vallejo
Solano County Express Bus Intermodal Facilities Provide competitive grant fund source, to be administered by BATA. Eligible projects are Curtola Park and Ride, Benicia Intermodal Facility, Fairfield Transportation Center and Vacaville Intermodal Station. Priority to be given to projects that are fully funded, ready for construction, and serving transit service that operates primarily on existing or fully funded high-occupancy vehicle lanes. 2007 $20.0 6 Solano Transportation Authority
Solano County Corridor Improvements near Interstate-80/ Interstate 680 Interchange Funds for specific projects recommended in the STA-Caltrans MIS for the I-80/680/12 interchange 2010 $100.0 7 Solano Transportation Authority
Interstate-80: Eastbound High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane Extension from Route 4 to Carquinez Bridge Construct HOV lane extension 2007 $50.0 8 Department of Transportation
Richmond Parkway Park & Ride Caltrans proposal to double transit capacity at existing facility from 200 to 400 buses per day and expand parking by 808 new spaces</= td> 2007 $16.0 9 Solano Transportation Authority
Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit District (SMART) Extension to Larkspur Extend rail line from San Rafael to a ferry terminal at Larkspur or San Quentin 2009 $35.0 10 SMART
Greenbrae Interchange Improvement Construct local street bridge (Wornum) over Corte Madera Creek to improve Larkspur ferry access and bicycle access and reduce congestion on Richmond-San Rafael bridge approach. 2009 $35.0 11 Marin Congestion Management Agency
Direct High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane connector from Interstate 680 to the Pleasant Hill BART Dedicated express bus connector exit with local street connection to Pleasant Hill BART 2007 $15.0 12 Contra Costa Transportation Authority
Rail Extension to East Contra Costa/E-BART Extend BART from Pittsburg/Bay Point to Byron in East Contra Costa County. Project funds may only be used if the project is in compliance with adopted BART policies with respect to appropriate land use zoning in vicinity of proposed stations. 2011 $96.0 13 Contra Costa Transportation Authority and BART
Capitol Corridor Improvements in Interstate-80/Interstate 680 Corridor Fund track and station improvements, including the Suisun Third Main Track and Fairfield New Station. 2010 $25.0 14 Capital Corridor Joint Powers Authority and the Solano Transportation Authority
Central Contra Costa Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Crossover<= /td> Add new track before Pleasant Hill BART station to permit BART trains to cross to return track towards San Francisco 2009 $25.0 15 BART
Benicia-Martinez Bridge: New Span Provide partial funding for completion of new five-lane span between Benicia and Martinez to significantly increase capacity in the I-680 corridor. 2005 $50.0 16 Bay Area Toll Authority
Regional Express Bus North Competitive grant program for bus service in Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, Carquinez, Benicia-Martinez and Antioch Bridge corridors. Provide funding for park and ride lots, infrastructure improvements, and rolling stock. Eligible recipients include Golden Gate Bridge Highways and Transit District, Vallejo Transit, Napa VINE, and Fairfield-Suisun Transit. The Golden Gate Bridge and Highways District shall receive a minimum of $1.6 million. Napa VINE shall receive a minimum of $2.4 million. 2006 $20.0 17 Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Regional

     
TransLink® Integrate TransLink® system with operators fare collection equipment, Phase 2 enhancements, and system expansion to new transit services such as ferries and express bus 2006 $22.0 18 Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Real-time transit information Provide a competitive grant program for transit operators for assistance with implementation of high-technology systems to provide real-time transit information to riders at transit stops and/or via telephone, wireless or internet communication. Priority shall be given to projects identified in teh commission's connectivity plan adopted pursuant to Government Code Section 30914(d) 2006 $20.0 19 Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Safe Routes to Transit Construct bicycle and pedestrian access improvements in close proximity to transit facilities. Priority shall be given to those projects that best provide access to regional transit services. 2006 $20.0 20 East Bay Bicycle Coalition and Transportation and Land Use Coalition
Regional Rail Master Plan Provide planning funds for integrated regional rail study pursuant to Section 30914.5 (f). 2006 $3.0 33 BART
Integrated Fare Structure Program Provide planning funds for the development of zonal monthly transit passes pursuant to Section 30914.5 (e). 2006 $1.5 34 TransLink® Consortium
High Speed Rail Planning Provide funds or reimburse funds expended to study the High Speed Rail Altamont Pass alternative and a new rail bridge parallel to the Dumbarton rail bridge in an environmental review document. 2006 $2.0 35 High Speed Rail Authority
Transit Commute Benefits Promotion Marketing program to promote tax-saving opportunities for employers and employees as specified in the federal Internal Revenue Code Section 132 (f)(3). Goal is to increase the participation rate of employers offering employees a tax-free benefit to commute to work by transit. 2006 $5.0 36 Metropolitan Transportation Commission


Operating

" " " Regional" Express Bus North Pool (= Carquinez and Benicia Bridge Corridors)" " " $43.4" Notes:" " **" "

SB 916 (Perata): $1 Toll Increase Expenditure Plan ---- Capital Projects

                                                                                           

Key Features: $1.63 billion total cost (2005-2040) $48.3 million annual (2016-40)

                                                                                           

DRAFT

                                                                                           
Projects Annual Funding
(in $millions)
1st year
Year Funding Begins Escalation Rate
1.50%
Example 1
FY 2007
Example 2
FY2010
Example 3
FY2013
Annual Amount
FY 2016-2035
(constant $)
Cumulative Total
FY 2005-2040
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 2034 2035 2036 2037 2038 2039 2040 Total      
Trunkline                                                                                            
$5.5 2008 1.50% 5,666,238 5,925,062 6,195,709 $201,273,346 5,500,000 5,582,500 5,666,238 5,751,231 5,837,500 5,925,062 6,013,938 6,104,147 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 6,195,709 201,273,346
WTA: Alameda/Oakland/Harbor Bay * $6.4 2008 1.50% - 6,593,440 6,894,618 7,209,553 $234,208,984 - - - 6,400,000 6,496,000 6,593,440 6,692,342 6,792,727 6,894,618 6,998,037 7,103,007 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 7,209,553 234,208,984      
$3.2 2009 1.50% 3,248,000 3,396,363 3,551,504 $112,221,174 3,200,000 3,248,000 3,296,720 3,346,171 3,396,363 3,447,309 3,499,018 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 3,551,504 112,221,174
WTA: South S.F. - S.F. * $3.0 2007 1.50% 3,000,000 3,137,035 3,280,330 3,430,170 $114,432,243 - - 3,000,000 3,045,000 3,090,675 3,137,035 3,184,091 3,231,852 3,280,330 3,329,535 3,379,478 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 3,430,170 114,432,243      
$2.7 2006 1.50% 2,740,500 2,865,682 2,996,581 3,133,460 $107,233,854 2,700,000 2,740,500 2,781,608 2,823,332 2,865,682 2,908,667 2,952,297 2,996,581 3,041,530 3,087,153 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 3,133,460 107,233,854
Golden Gate Express Bus Service over the Richmond Bridge (Route 40) $2.1 2007 1.50% 2,100,000 2,195,925 2,296,231 2,401,119 $80,102,570 - - 2,100,000 2,131,500 2,163,473 2,195,925 2,228,863 2,262,296 2,296,231 2,330,674 2,365,634 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 2,401,119 80,102,570      
$0.39 2007 1.50% 390,000 407,815 426,443 445,922 $14,876,192 390,000 395,850 401,788 407,815 413,932 420,141 426,443 432,840 439,332 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 445,922 14,876,192
Regional Express Bus South Pool (Bay Bridge, San Mateo, and Dumbarton) $6.5 2007 1.50% 6,500,000 6,796,909 7,107,381 7,432,035 $248,936,527 - 1,000,000 6,500,000 6,597,500 6,696,463 6,796,909 6,898,863 7,002,346 7,107,381 7,213,992 7,322,202 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 7,432,035 248,936,527      
$3.4 2007 1.50% 3,400,000 3,555,306 3,717,707 3,887,526 $129,689,876 3,400,000 3,451,000 3,502,765 3,555,306 3,608,636 3,662,766 3,717,707 3,773,473 3,830,075 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 3,887,526 129,689,876
Owl Bus Service on BART Corridor $1.8 2006 1.50% 1,827,000 1,910,454 1,997,721 2,088,973 $71,489,236 - 1,800,000 1,827,000 1,854,405 1,882,221 1,910,454 1,939,111 1,968,198 1,997,721 2,027,687 2,058,102 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 2,088,973 71,489,236      

Non Trunkline

                                                                                           
$3.0 2005 0% 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 $108,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 108,000,000
MUNI Metro East (Phase 1 - I.O.S.) $2.5 2006 0% 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 $87,500,000 - 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 87,500,000      
2005-2007 0% 4,000,000 0 0 0 $20,000,000 11,000,000 5,000,000 4,000,000 20,000,000
AC Transit Enhanced Bus Service: International Blvd and Telegraph Ave. $3.0 2007 0% 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 $102,000,000 - - 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 102,000,000      
$32,440,500 $44,776,806 $46,351,651 $48,275,971

$1,631,964,002

$14,000,000 $16,000,000 $32,457,500 $40,656,863 $44,339,215 $44,876,804 $45,422,456 $45,976,293 $46,538,437 $47,109,014 $47,688,149 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 $48,275,971 1,631,964,002
Bill Provisions: Operating funds shall constitute not more than 38% of the annual revenues generated from the 2004 toll increase                                                                                            
* A portion of the funds may be dedicated to landside transit operations.                                                                                            
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