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  • Transportation Committee Item 4  |   January 18, 2019 1

    2018 Regional Transportation Improvement Program: Amendment No. 1 Transportation Committee Item 4 | January 18, 2019

    Summary of Changes

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  • Transportation Committee Item 4  |   January 18, 2019 2

    RTIP Project Tables

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    Financial Summary

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  • Transportation Committee Item 4  |   January 18, 2019 3

    Federal Requirements Analysis

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    1. Fiscal Constraint 2. Performance Management 3. Consistency with the Regional Plan 4. Meet Regional Emissions Budgets 5. Timely Implementation of

    Transportation Control Measures 6. Inter-agency Consultation and

    Public Involvement

    Recommendation The Transportation Committee is asked to adopt Resolution No. 2019-11 (Attachment 1), approving Amendment No. 1 to the 2018 Regional Transportation Improvement Program.

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  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 1

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan Transportation Committee Item 5 | January 18, 2019

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    Tailored to meet the special needs of seniors or individuals with disabilities who cannot use traditional mobility options

    Specialized Transportation

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  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 2

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    • Paratransit • Shopping shuttles/

    group trips • Volunteer driver

    programs • Non-emergency

    medical transportation

    • Taxi vouchers • Information referrals

    Specialized Transportation Services

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    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    SANDAG Role

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  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 3

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    Senior and Disabled Population

    disabled

    501,000 seniors

    310,900

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    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    Senior Population Growth

    65-74

    75-84

    85+

    0

    200

    400

    600

    800

    1,000

    1,200

    1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 2060

    Th ou

    sa nd

    s

    2011: Baby Boomers (born 1946) turned 65

    2029: last Baby Boomers (born 1964) turn 65 2030: first Gen Xer’s (born 1965) turn 65

    2049: last Gen Xer’s (born 1984) turn 65

    2050: first Millennials (born 1985) turn 65

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  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 4

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    Senior Population Growth

    25%

    2018 Total

    population 3.3 million

    2050 Total

    population 4.0 million

    15%

    501,000

    1,020,000

    104% increase

    between 2018 and 2050

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    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    • Increased demand • High cost to provide service • Opportunities for enhanced coordination • Evolving transportation landscape

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    Key Considerations

  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 5

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    Compared the region to nine peer agencies:

    Peer Agency Review and Workshop

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    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    • Integrated trip planner and fare payment across multiple modes

    • Technology to manage mobility • Enhanced role of CTSA, partnering with

    social service providers • Microtransit • Extending services to youth

    Lessons From Our Peers

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  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 6

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    City of San Clemente and OCTA • Subsidized Lyft and

    Butterfli rides along eliminated OCTA routes

    • Butterfli provides accessible trips

    • Shared payment responsibility

    Case Study: San Clemente

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    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    AC Transit FLEX • Booking via web access • Book service within 30 minutes • Text/email alerts on vehicle arrival

    Case Study: Oakland / East Bay

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  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 7

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    First / Last Mile Connections • Multiple providers, subsidized fares • Use of apps for spontaneous travel • Private partnerships

    Case Study: St. Petersburg, Tampa, Orlando

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    Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA)

    Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART)

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    Autonomous Vehicle (AV) • Partnership between:

    – Private sector companies – Transit operators – Air quality agency

    • AVs connect BART to office park with 30,000 employees

    • Plans for 100 driverless shuttles by 2020

    Case Study: Contra Costa

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  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 8

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    • Technology

    • Alternative business models

    • Enhanced coordination

    • Performance goals

    Strategies

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    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    • Receive input today

    • Stakeholder workshop

    • Present final report to Transportation Committee

    Next Steps

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  • Transportation Committee Item 5 |  January 18, 2019 9

    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    Of the strategies presented, which do you think:

    • Would work best?

    • Any non-starters?

    • Would work better in some areas rather than others?

    • Should we “watch and wait”?

    • Performance goals?

    Discussion Questions

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    Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan

    • Technology

    • Alternative business models

    • Enhanced coordination

    • Performance goals

    Strategies

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  • Transportation Committee Item 6 |  January 18, 2019 1

    South Bay Rapid Bus-On-Shoulder Update Transportation Committee Item 6 | January 18, 2019

    Project Overview • 26-mile route between

    Otay Mesa Port of Entry and Downtown San Diego

    • 12 stations (6 in Chula Vista, 1 in Otay Mesa, and 5 in Downtown San Diego)

    • $128M TransNet, $11M State Cap & Trade

    • Connected vehicle technology guideway

    • Bus-on-Shoulder operations • Travel time – 60 minutes from

    Border to Downtown, 30 minutes from Chula Vista to Downtown

    • Opening January 27, 2019

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  • Transportation Committee Item 6 |  January 18, 2019 2

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  • Transportation Committee Item 6 |  January 18, 2019 3

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    Otay Mesa Transit Center

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  • Transportation Committee Item 6 |  January 18, 2019 4

    Bus-on-Shoulder • Cooperative project with Caltrans, CHP, MTS,

    and SANDAG • Three year demonstration project 2020-2023 • Funded with FTA grant to demonstrate technology

    and shoulder operation/connected vehicles – Forward collision warning – Lane keeping – Blind spot warning – Traffic Signal Priority (TSP) between buses and freeway ramps

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    Bus-on-Shoulder

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  • Transportation Committee Item 6 |  January 18, 2019 5

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    Questions?

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    Item 4 - 2018 Regional Transportation Improvement Program: Amendment No. 1

    Item 5 - Specialized Transportation Strategic Plan Item 6 - South Bay Rapid/Bus-On-Shoulder Update

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