SANTA BARBARA COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS
Thursday, Apil 17, 2014
Board of Supervisors Hearing Room
105 E. Anapamu St, Fourth floor
Santa Barbara, CA
Print Version of Agenda
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TV COVERAGE: Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG) Board of Directors meetings are televised live on County of Santa Barbara Television (CSBTV) Channel 20. Rebroadcast of this SBCAG meeting will be on Saturday, April 19, 2014 at 5:00 P.M. and Monday, April 21, 2014 at 5:00 P.M.
|1.||CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL|
|2.||PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE|
|3.||APPROVAL OF MINUTES|
Approve minutes from the February 20, 2014 board of directors meeting.
The public may address the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments on any subject within the jurisdiction of the Board that is not included as part of this agenda. Comments shall be limited to fifteen minutes, divided among those desiring to speak, but no person shall speak longer than three minutes.
|5.||CONSENT CALENDAR (5 minutes)|
Approve by roll call vote on one motion:
|A. FTA 5311 PROGRAM OF PROJECTS AND FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM AMENDMENT #15|
1. Approve the Program of Projects for Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 non-urbanized area transit funds (Section 5311) in Santa Barbara County for FY 2013/14.
2. Approve Formal Amendment #15 to the 2013 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) to program FTA 5311 funding for FY 13/14 and additional funding for five new SHOPP projects, as well as changes to the HSIP and Bridge grouped project listings and the Cabrillo Pedestrian Improvements Project.
|B. FY 2013-14 OVERALL WORK PROGRAM AMENDMENTS|
Adopt a resolution amending the FY 2013-14 Overall Work Program to reconcile FY 2013-14 Consolidated Planning Grant (CPG) funding levels with final figures received from State of California and increase/decrease work elements as identified in Attachment 4 to reflect actual staffing resources required.
|C. FIVE-YEAR MEASURE A REVENUE ESTIMATES, FISCAL YEARS 2014/15 TO 2018/19|
Approve Measure A revenue estimates for fiscal years 2014/15 to 2018/19.
|D. CUYAMA BUS STOP IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT|
1. Approve the Highway 166 Cuyama School Bus Stop Improvements project and authorize the Executive Director to file the Notice of Exemption determining that the project is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15301.
2. Approve the release of a Request for Qualifications for construction management services.
|E. MEASURE A NORTH COUNTY SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL, BICYCLE AND SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM|
Approve amendments to cooperative agreements with the County of Santa Barbara and City of Guadalupe to extend the Timely Use of Funds deadlines for the North County Measure A Cycle 1 Bicycle & Pedestrian and Safe Routes to School projects shown in Attachment A.
|6.||EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT (10 minutes)|
|7.||CALTRANS DISTRICT DIRECTOR’S REPORT (10 minutes)|
|8.||UNMET TRANSIT NEEDS (10 minutes)|
A. Review and comment on the Draft 2014 Transit Needs Assessment.
B. Direct staff to work with affected jurisdictions to formulate mutually acceptable plans to address service requests respecting Guadalupe Flyer and South Coast-to-Santa Ynez Valley weekend service.
|9.||ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (15 minutes)|
Approve submittal of regional applications for Rincon Bike Trail, Santa Claus Lane Bikepath and Cabrillo Pedestrian Improvements projects for Cycle 1 of the State Active Transportation Program.
|10.||OVERALL WORK PROGRAM (10 minutes)|
Review and comment on the Draft FY 2014-15 Overall Work Program.
|11.||FEDERAL TIGER PROGRAM (15 minutes)|
A. Authorize staff to submit funding applications for Cycle 6 of the Federal TIGER Discretionary Grant program for the U.S. 101 High Occupancy Vehicle lane project and the Route 246 Passing Lanes project.
B. Provide direction to staff on local agency requests for letters of support for TIGER applications.
Highway 154 Truck Safety Committee – March 5th (Director Wolf, Farr, Richardson) See attached meeting summary.
CALCOG Board meeting and Regional Leadership Forum March 12–14th (Director Linn)
CalVans meeting – March 13th, April 10th (Director Richardson) See attached meeting summary.
Pacific Surfliner Board meeting – March 17th (Director Carbajal)
Senate Passenger Rail Select Committee Hearing – March 19th (Director Schneider) See attached Intercity Rail brochure
California Passenger Rail Summit – April 2–3 (Director Schneider, Carbajal)
Advance Calendar |
Technical Transportation Advisory Committee and Joint Technical Transportation Advisory Committee Draft Meeting Minutes from February and April
Response letter to Tom Becker D.
Washington, DC Trip Report by Walters and Associates
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