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Silicon Valley Leadership Group – Transportation Policy Committee (March 5, 2014) David B. Kutrosky, Managing Director Capitol Corridor (Sacramento-Oakland/San.

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1 Silicon Valley Leadership Group – Transportation Policy Committee (March 5, 2014) David B. Kutrosky, Managing Director Capitol Corridor (Sacramento-Oakland/San Francisco-San Jose) CAPITOL CORRIDOR: Service Expansion Plans to San Jose

2 Capitol Corridor Service Area 170-mile route (~290 track miles) –168 miles-UPRR –2 miles-Caltrain (SF Peninsula) 3 distinct service areas –Sacramento / Sierra Foothills –Oakland / S.F. Bay Area –San Jose/Silicon Valley Extensive connections to local transit and communities Operated by Amtrak under management of Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) One of 3 successful CA IPR routes; 3 rd busiest in Amtrak network March 5,

3 CCJPA OBJECTIVES Put the customer 1st Know your product/service/markets Identify goals for service’s success Efficient and effective management team Incentivize your partners – operators, owners and financiers Control costs/improve performance Guide expansion via collaborative efforts March 5,

4 CCJPA Structure Managing Director Planning & Projects EngineeringMechanical Marketing & Communications Call Center & Customer Comments (BART) TransportationAdministration FY14 BudgetBudgetDiff vs. FY13 Administration: $2.951M 0.0% Marketing:$1.174M 0.0% Service/Amtrak: $29.681M +2.0% Total: $33.806M +1.7% March 5,

5 5 CONTRACT FOR ALL CCJPA STAFF CCJPA BOARD 16 MEMBERS, 8 COUNTIES (NO EMPLOYEES) PLACER (PCTPA) 2 SAN FRANCISCO (BART) 2 CONTRA COSTA (BART) 2 SOLANO (STA) 2 YOLO (YCTD) 2 SACRA- MENTO (SAC RT) 2 SANTA CLARA (VTA) 2 ALAMEDA (BART) 2 CAPITOL CORRIDOR EXECUTIVE OFFICE BART 23 F/T, 2 P/T CONTRACTORS CCJPA MEMBER AGENCY STAFF LOCAL COMMUNITIES STATIONS & PARKING SERVICE CONTRACT - AMTRAK CREWS & STATIONS MAINT. OF RAIL CARS/ LOCOMOTIVES STATIONS ANNUAL FUND CONTRACT ANNUAL OPERATIONS CONTRACT STATE FUNDS (OPERATIONS, CAPITAL) BT&H VIA CALTRANS RAIL CONTRACTS FOR ACCESS & TRACK IMPROVEMENTS BART SUPPORT FINANCE HUMAN RESOURCES ACCOUNTING LEGAL JOINT MARKETING HOST RR UNION PACIFIC RR, CALTRAIN NUMBER OF TRAINS CAPACITY, SPEED, RELIABILITY RAILROAD OWNER FEDERAL FUNDS FRA - HSIPR CAPITALGRANTS - OTHER

6 ( ) Performance Improvements MeasureFY 1999FY 2013% change Ridership463, million267% improvement Revenue$6.3M$29.2M367% improvement System Operating Ratio 30%51%70% improvement Service Level8 daily trains 30 weekday trains (22 weekend trains) 275% improvement On-Time Performance 86%95%Standard = 90% - Increased frequency with limited increases in State operating budget - 3 rd busiest Amtrak route in nation and one of the highest in customer satisfaction - Improved relationship with UPRR = #1 on-time performance in Amtrak system March 5,

7 Auburn Rocklin Roseville Sacramento Davis Suisun/Fairfield Martinez Richmond Berkeley Emeryville Oakland JLS Oakland Coliseum Hayward Fremont Great America/ Santa Clara Santa Clara University San Jose Current (March 2014) Service Levels 1 round trip 7 round trips 11 round trips 15 round trips March 5,

8 Auburn Rocklin Roseville Sacramento Davis Suisun/Fairfiel d Martinez Richmond Berkeley Emeryville Oakland JLS Oakland Coliseum Hayward Fremont Great America/Santa Clara Santa Clara University San Jose 1 round trip 7 round trips 11 round trips 15 round trips Extension (dashed green lines) Expansion (in red) Gilroy Morgan Hill Pajaro Castroville Salinas Short-Term (0-10 years) Service Levels March 5,

9 Auburn Rocklin Roseville Sacramento Davis Suisun/Fairfiel d Martinez Richmond Berkeley Emeryville Oakland JLS Oakland Coliseum Hayward Fremont Great America/Santa Clara Santa Clara University San Jose Font point size represents round trips 1 pt = 1 round trip 7 pt = 7 round trips 11 pt = 11 round trips 15 pt = 15 round trips Expansion (in red) Gilroy Morgan Hill Pajaro Castroville Salinas Mid-Term (10-20 years) Service Levels March 5,

10 Oakland to San Jose Phase 2 Project Project Description: - Add 20 miles 2nd track (leaving only 5 miles single track Oak-San Jose segment) - Alternative analyses to re-route trains to reduce travel times to Silicon Valley - Evaluate routing options for UPRR freight trains between East Bay and Central Valley - Project Cost: $200M-$300M - Status: design/environmental to start in March 2014; Seeking funds for construction Benefits: - Increase to 22 daily trains (from 14) -Reduced travel time (up to 15 minutes) -Meet growing market to Silicon Valley - Serve new ridership markets: San Jose (CAHST system) + Salinas extension Challenges: - Construction funding partners (Federal, CA) - Environmental review/resource agency coordination - Community support for proposed re-routing March 5,

11 FY2014 Plans Advance design plans/environmental review – Secured allocation from CTC in 2013 – Design/environmental review to begin in March 2014; complete by 2016 Capital Funding Plan – Secured: $48M programmed in Prop 1A HST Connectivity funds $7M programmed in 2014 STIP – Interregional program – Proposed: Alameda Co. next sales tax transport authorization [$40M] Santa Clara Co. next sales tax transport authorization [$??M] Cap and Trade for CA Rail Modernization Program {$???M] Fed TIGER grants - tied to goods movement benefit [$??M] March 5,

12 Service expansion to San Jose is vitally important to continued success of Capitol Corridor – Serve growing Silicon Valley market/extend to Salinas – Connect with CA HST at San Jose-Diridon Construction ; start new service in 2018 Appreciate partnership with SVLG, counties – Help complete capital funding plan – Support continued state $$ for operations, state of good repair Benefits of linking interregional needs with regional goals – Reduce traffic congestion – Meet state clean air goals – Sustainable, livable communities – Expand regional economy SUMMARY/NEXT STEPS March 5,


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