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 I-215 & Barton Rd Interchange
Board Action DateAction AmountCommentsFundIDDocumentAgenda
12/2/2015$78,857That the Board, acting in its capacity as the San Bernardino County Transportation Commission: Approve and authorize the Executive Director to execute Standard California Land Reuse and Revitalization Act (CLRRA) Agreement 15-1001259 for reimbursement to the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) for actual costs associated with oversight and implementation of CLRRA for the assessment and remediation of a property located on the Interstate 215 (I-215) Barton Road Interchange Project for an amount not to exceed $78,857.   View
9/2/2015$32,395,157That the Board, acting in its capacity as the San Bernardino County Transportation Commission: A. Approve Amendment No. 5 to Contract No. C12212 (Agreement) with California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) agreeing to Commission's acquisition of property necessary for the I-215 Barton Road Interchange (PROJECT) in Commission's name; agreeing to Commission's exercise of Eminent Domain; agreeing to Commission's conveyance by quit claim deed to CALTRANS of all PROJECT acquired right-of-way (ROW) located within CALTRANS' jurisdictional boundaries; and agreeing to increase the PROJECT funding by $4,964,457 consisting of $1,828,401 of Federal Demonstration Funds and $3,136,056 of Measure I Valley Freeway Funds for an overall total of $32,395,157; and B. Authorize staff to proceed with voluntary acquisition of property necessary for PROJECT from 35 property owners comprised of 59 parcel numbers identified on Attachment "B", in accordance with SANBAG's Policies, and the Attachment "B", in accordance with SANBAG's Policies, and the Agreement, including relocation assistance, demolition of existing structures, property management, disposal of excess property, environmental testing and remediation, and expending a total amount not to exceed $20,881,751 for ROW acquisition capital expenses; and C. Authorize the Director of Project Delivery to add or delete such parcels on Attachment "B" as the Director of Project Delivery determines from time to time are necessary for the PROJECT. That the Board, acting in its capacity as the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority: D. Approve Amendment No. 5 to Contract No. C12212 with CALTRANS; and E. Amend Fiscal Year 2015/2016 budget to add $1,828,401 of Federal Demonstration Funds and $3,136,056 of Measure I Valley Freeway Funds to Task 0820.Measure I Valley View
10/1/2014$3,152,231That the Board, acting in its capacity as the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority: Approve Amendment No. 3, Funding Plan No. 4 of Cooperative Agreement No. C12212, with California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for the I-215 Barton Road Interchange Project to add the Construction Management/General Contractor (CM/GC) delivery method; update the roles and responsibilities of SANBAG and Caltrans for the Right of Way (ROW) phase Resolutions of Necessity; fund ROW engineering and add additional funding for ROW utility coordination. Additionally, the funding plan adds $3,152,231 of State and Federal funds and decreases Measure I – Valley Fund-Freeway Projects funding by $1,989,578 for a total Measure I funding of $2,897,823 and total Plans, Specifications and Estimate (PS&E) and ROW phases commitment of $27,430,700.Demo
3/5/2014$4,915,531Fund Allocation and Exchange on I-10 Tippecanoe Interchange Phase II and I -215 Projects. That the Board, acting in its capacity as the San Bernardino County Transportation Commission: 1. Allocate the remaining balance of State Proposition 1B Trade Corridor Improvement Funds, estimated at $10,669,955, to the I-10 Tippecanoe Interchange Phase II Construction project, which shall be applied to the project as follows: a. First replace as much SANBAG Public Share contribution as possible, estimated at $1,422,500. b. Replace an estimated $4,000,000 of Projects of National and Regional Significance funds and an estimated $5,275,531 of High Priority Program Funds originally designated for the Inland Empire Goods Movement Project and allow those funds to retain the “buy-down” status of the Projects of National and Regional Significance funds and High Priority Program funds. 2. Approve allocation of an estimated $4,000,000 of Projects of National and Regional Significance funds to the I-215 Landscaping project. 3. Approve replacing an estimated $1,500,000 of federal Surface Transportation Program funds and an estimated $3,415,531 of Measure I Valley Freeway Program funds for the I-215 Barton Road Interchange project with an estimated $4,915,531 of High Priority Program Funds and allocate the remaining amount of High Priority Program Funds, estimated at $360,000, to the I-215 Barton Road Interchange project for future cost increases. 4. Approve Trade Corridors Improvement Fund Baseline Agreement No. C14131 for the I-10 Tippecanoe Interchange Improvement Phase II project and authorize the Executive Director to execute C14131 when final Trade Corridors Improvement Funds programming amount is determined including modifications to the Project Programming Request form to reflect the final programming amounts and technical and administrative changes that may be necessary following California Transportation Commission staff review. Should any policy issues arise, the Executive Director will consult with Board Officers.HPP View
10/2/2013 That the Board of Directors, acting as the San Bernardino County Transportation Commission approve using the alternative delivery method of Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) for the I-215/Barton Road Interchange Project.  View
9/4/2013$1,500,000 Approve replacing $1,500,000 of High Priority Program Funds for I-215 Barton Interchange Improvement project with $1,500,000 of future Surface Transportation Program funds. High PriortyProgram View
7/10/2013$245,218Acting as the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority: 1. Approve Amendment No. 4 of Contract No. A03045 with LSA Associates, Inc., for the completion of the I-215/Barton Road Interchange Project Environmental Document with an increase of $245,218.63 to the contract value for a not-to-exceed total of $2,296,169.40 which includes previously released contingency of $235,355.00 and to extend the contract duration through June 30, 2014. 2. Approve contingency amount of $24,521.00, for Contract No. A03045 Measure I Valley Fund – Freeway Projects and authorize the Executive Director or designee to release contingency as necessary for the project. Measure I Valley View
11/7/2012$2,480,0001. Approve Funding Summary No. 2 to Cooperative Agreement No. C12212 with California Department of Transportation for the I-215 Barton Road Interchange Project to include $2.48 million of federal Section 112 and Section 115 earmark funds, to reduce State Transportation Improvement Program funds by $3.34 million, and to increase Measure I Freeway Program funds by $0.86 million.Section 112 and 115 View
11/7/2012$1,980,0002. Recognize $1.98 million of federal Section 112 earmark funds made available through the idle earmark process as a revenue-neutral exchange between the Mountain/Desert and Valley regions and remove $1.98 million of Surface Transportation Program funds planned for the construction phase of the I-215 Barton Road Interchange Project.Section 112 View
11/7/2012$1,980,0003. Allocate $1.98 million Surface Transportation Program funds removed from the I-215 Barton Road Interchange Project to the City of Needles’ I-40/Arizona-95 Interconnect Project, which was the original designated project for the Section 112 earmark funds. STP View
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