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Q2 Board Meeting.  The Silicon Valley economy is booming... & traffic reflects it  Leadership Group has long history of championing successful countywide.

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1 Q2 Board Meeting

2  The Silicon Valley economy is booming... & traffic reflects it  Leadership Group has long history of championing successful countywide transportation measures ◦ 1984, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2008 Q2 Board Meeting

3  December: Board adopts potential transportation measure in Workplan  January - Present: Start of stakeholder groups 1.City Public Works and Transportation Directors 2.Regional Agencies (Caltrans, Caltrain, BART, ACE, Amtrak, etc.) 3.Business, labor and advocacy stakeholders 4.Transportation Policy Committee Q2 Board Meeting

4  February and April – Letters and s to all elected officials in SCC and regional bodies (MTC, ABAG) ◦ Forty one 1:1 meetings with elected officials. ◦ Testimony at Palo Alto, San Jose City Council meetings, Santa Clara Cities Association  Upcoming hearings with Los Altos Hills, West Valley cities, and others.  March, May, June - Working Council meetings Q2 Board Meeting

5  April public opinion survey ◦ Small question set on transportation  Ongoing stakeholder conversations ◦ Silicon Valley Chambers Association ◦ Equity Advocates  Late May/early June public opinion survey just on transportation measure Q2 Board Meeting

6  Best policy from transportation professionals  Six major categories Q2 Board Meeting TransitRoads BART Phase 2: $1.3 BCounty Expressways: $700m - Hwy Interchanges: $300m Caltrain: $500mStreet Maintenance/Pothole Repair: $600m Seniors, the poor, disabled: $50m Active Transportation: $100m

7  Phase 1 from Alameda County border to Milpitas and Berryessa ◦ $100 mil under budget, 1 year ahead of schedule  Phase 2 through downtown San Jose, ending at Santa Clara Station  Intended $1 B request from Federal New Starts Program  Local shortfall: $1.3 B Q2 Board Meeting

8  Focused on capacity, speed and safety improvements between Gilroy and Palo Alto  Projects include: ◦ Level Boarding (10 stations) ◦ Longer Platforms (6 stations) ◦ Crossover tracks ◦ Track improvements around Diridon Station ◦ Additional electric train sets ◦ Flexible pot for grade separation seed money, CalMod, ongoing state of good repair Q2 Board Meeting

9  OUTREACH as a model ◦ Mobility management – not one-sized fits all approach  Potential funds to augment bus system Q2 Board Meeting

10  Lawrence: Grade separations in Sunnyvale/Santa Clara  San Tomas: Upgrade from 6 lanes to 8 lanes in Santa Clara  Almaden: Add direct connector ramp at Hwy 85  Capitol: Hwy 680 interchange and Hsy 87/Narvaez interchange  Central: carpool lanes from Lawrence to Mary Q2 Board Meeting

11  Foothill: Widen lanes in Los Altos and Mountain View  Montague and Hwy 680 interchange: Widen in San Jose  Page Mill–Oregon: reconfigure 280/Page Mill interchange and widen Page Mill  Santa Teresa–Hale: ◦ Morgan Hill construct 2 lane connection from DeWitt to Main Street ◦ Gilroy widening and operational improvements from Longmeadow to Fitzgerald Q2 Board Meeting

12  101 at San Antonio, Charleston and Shoreline  85/280 in Cupertino, Los Altos, Sunnyvale  237/101/Mathilda  280/Winchester  101/Trimble to Zanker ◦ 101/87/Trimble/De La Cruz  101/Mabury new interchange  101/Blossom Hill  101 improvements in Morgan Hill and Gilroy Q2 Board Meeting

13  Distributed by agreed upon formula to all 15 cities and the county  Supplement, not supplant, existing funds  Added flexibility for cities with a “Pavement Conditions Index” higher than 70% to use funds for other local transportation needs Q2 Board Meeting

14  Signature Projects – 50%  Disadvantaged Communities – 25%  Safe Routes to Schools, Senior Centers and Community Centers – 25%  Match requirement of 10% for all projects Q2 Board Meeting

15  Second poll in the field 6/4  Working Council 6/5 at Kaiser Santa Clara  Board Meeting 6/11 at BD Biosciences  VTA/County put measure on ballot first week of August  8/8 ballot language due to Registrar of Voters Q2 Board Meeting

16  Questions from you  Are these the right project categories? Q2 Board Meeting


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