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Mayor’s 2030 . Transportation . Task . Force . Current & Near Term Transportation Plans . April 30, 2013. Presentation Outline. Joint Powers Agreement. Historical Revenues and Ridership. State of Good Repair. ID: 274257

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San Francisco Mayor’s 2030 Transportation Task Force Current & Near Term Transportation Plans

April 30, 2013

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Presentation Outline

Joint Powers AgreementHistorical Revenues and RidershipState of Good RepairCapital Funding SourceSan Francisco ProjectsCaltrain Modernization

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Joint Powers Agreement

3 Member Agencies: City and County of San Francisco (CCSF), SamTrans, and VTAOperating based on boarding formulaCapital split 3 waysFY2014 Operating budget balancedFY2014 Capital budget under discussion

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Caltrain Service

Caltrain service is in demand more than ever beforeHistoric ridershipMore than half take Caltrain to avoid trafficHistoric-level revenues Farebox recovery ratios:FY2013 YTD (Jun – Mar) = 61.60%FY2014 Projection = 54.84%Capacity problems/Over crowded

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Revenues & Ridership

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Projected Preliminary

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Caltrain State of Good Repair

Ongoing station, track, structures, signal and rolling stock needsLimited Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and local funds to cover maintenance of the existing systemDeferred maintenance due to limited funding for prior years

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5 year State of Good Repair Needs ($ millions)

Total SOGR needs

1: $223.9 million → $71.8 million in FTA funds1 represents projected needs 2014 to 2018, from Countywide Transportation Plan Nov. 20122 local share of Rolling Stock needs is approximately $70 million

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Capital Funding by Source

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Caltrain Modernization (Electrification)

Distance: 51 miles (4th & King to Tamien)Speed: Up to 79mphService: 6 trains per peak hour per directionInfrastructure/VehiclesPoles and Wires (OCS)Traction Power Facilities (TPF)Electric Powered Vehicle/Electric Multiple Units (EMU)

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Caltrain Modernization

Blended SystemConceptElectrify / Upgrade railroad as an early investment in High Speed RailMaximize use of existing tracksCaltrain and HSR on shared tracksSupport freight and other passenger servicesKey BenefitsMinimize community impactLower project costAdvance project delivery

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Early Investment Program

Sources of Funds (in millions):Local - JPB (1) $ 195State - Prop 1 A & 1B 730Federal - FTA 500Regional - BAQMD, Tolls 31 Total $1,456Uses of FundsCBOSS/Positive Train Control $ 231Electrification 78596 EMU (railcars) 440 Total $1,456

Note:Member Agency Contributions consist of: $60M from San Mateo and Santa Clara, $20M from San Francisco ($40M TBD) ($180M Total), $11M from currently available balance, and $4M from Caltrain PTC.

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EMUs (Electric Multiple Units)Trainset Characteristics

Typically 6-cars per trainsetOperating speed up to 79 mph100 seats per EMU96 EMUs16 Train Sets9,600 seats

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