SACOG Board Room, 1415 L Street, Suite 300, Sacramento, CA 95814 & Remote
Thursday, June 2, 2022 at 10:00 AM
Link to full agenda packet.
Consistent with California Government Code Section 54953 and Assembly Bill 361, a meeting of the Board of Directors will be held via teleconference and in person. Members of the public are invited to observe the meeting over the internet at: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88975121724, Webinar ID: 889 7512 1724 or phone in: 888-475-4499 (Toll Free), Webinar ID: 889 7512 1724.
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to submit a comment. Comments read at the meeting will be limited
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comment period and individual agenda discussion items during the
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4. Online during the meeting: for each agenda item, we will pause for public comment. Tap your name in the attendee list, then tap “Raise Hand”. The chair will call you by name when it is your turn to comment. Please note that speakers will be limited to 3:00 minutes. Comments will be accepted through the public comment period and individual agenda discussion items during the meeting. 5. In person at the meeting: please complete a speaker form and provide it to the clerk at the meeting. Comments will be limited to 3:00 minutes.
Agenda Timing: Time durations are estimates only. Action may be taken on any item on this agenda. The Transportation Committee may take up any agenda item at any time, regardless of the order listed.
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Message from the Clerk: In compliance with California Government Code Section 54952.3, the Clerk hereby announces that the compensation for legislative body members attending the following simultaneous or serial meetings is: Board of Directors $100; Transportation Committee $100; Land Use & Natural Resources Committee $100; Policy & Innovation Committee $100, Strategic Planning Committee $100, Race, Equity and Inclusion Working Group $100. Compensation rates for these meetings are set pursuant to the Rules for the Sacramento Area Council of Governments adopted in July 2005.
Face masks are strongly recommended for all in-person attendees for this meeting due to the 7-day average COVID case rate in Sacramento County being greater than 7 cases per 100,000 people, as calculated on the Sacramento County COVID-19 dashboard. SACOG staff are required to wear masks when gathering with other individuals when the case rate is at this level. If attendees do not wish to wear a face mask, remote participation is encouraged.
Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call: Directors Branscum, Ghag, Guerrero, Jennings, Joiner, Lozano, Sander, Schenirer, Spokely, Suen, Vice Chair Bradford, Vice Chair Desmond, Chair Saylor, and Ex-Officio Member Benipal
Public Communications: Any person wishing to address the committee on any item not on the agenda may do so at this time. After ten minutes of testimony, any additional testimony will be heard following the action items.
1. Remote Committee Meeting (Est. Time: 0 minutes)
• Expiration of Executive Order No. N-25-20 and passage of Assembly Bill 361.
2. Minutes of the May 5, 2022, Committee Meeting (Est. Time: 0 minutes)
• Approval of the written record of the May 5, 2022, committee meeting.
3. Authorize Request for Qualifications for Transit Asset Management Software-as-a-Service (Est. Time: 0 Minutes)
• Staff is seeking authorization to release a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for firm to provide services for a Transit Asset Management (TAM) Software for transit asset maintenance and support system
4. Authorize Request for Proposals for Transit Operations Planning Software-as-a-Service (Est. Time: 0 Minutes)
• Staff is seeking authorization to release a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a firm to provide services for a Transit Operations Planning Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
5. Approve Reallocation of State of Good Repair Funds to Yuba-Sutter Transit Authority for the Next Generation Transit Facility Project (Est. Time: 0 minutes)
• The State of Good Repair (SGR) program from Senate Bill 1 (SB1), the Roads Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, provides funds for preventative maintenance, rehabilitation, and capital projects to eligible transit operators.
6. Approve City of Sacramento Truxel Bridge Concept and Feasibility Study Subrecipient Agreement (Est. Time: 0 Minutes)
• SACOG is partnering with the City of Sacramento and Sacramento Regional Transit to complete a feasibility study for the American River Crossing at Truxel Blvd.
Adjourn as SACOG, convene as Capitol Valley Regional Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways Committee (separate agenda attached) Adjourn as Capitol Valley Regional Service Authority for Freeways and Expressways Committee, reconvene as Transportation Committee
7. Approve Amendment to the Bike Share Program Agreement with Lime (Sabrina Bradbury) (Est. Time: 10 Minutes)
• Consideration of an amendment to the Bike Share Program Agreement between the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) and Lime for a one-year pilot in the City of Davis
8. Contract Award Updates (Kristina Svensk) (Est. Time: 5 Minutes)
• Earlier in 2022, the SACOG Board of Directors authorized the release of two procurement efforts – the Planning and Technical Support Bench and the Regional Transit Network Study – both of which have since closed and award notices have been released. This item provides an update on the procurements and the bidders that were awarded contracts.
9. 2024 Blueprint Transportation Investment Nominations and Next Steps for the Plan Update (Binu Abraham) (Est. Time: 30 minutes)
• SACOG recently completed the nomination process for transportation projects and programs for the 2024 Blueprint. This year’s nomination process represented a major shift in the way SACOG collects project ideas for the long-range plan update, including a map-based nomination tool designed to better integrate the Triple Bottom Line Policy Framework adopted by the board and additional questions for sponsor agencies to help identify regional and local priorities.
10. Update on Proposed Citizens’ Transportation Tax Initiative in Sacramento County (James Corless) (Est. Time: 10 Minutes)
• Update on the proposed citizens’ transportation tax initiative in Sacramento County and its impact on the region’s 2024 Blueprint (MTP/SCS) and GHG reduction target.
Receive & File:
11. 2022 Every Roll and Step Counts Program Update (Victoria Cacciatore) (Est. Time: 0 minutes)
• In 2020, SACOG purchased 35 biking and walking counters to loan to partners in the region and nine permanent counters for local partners to install. Local agencies can collect continuous biking and walking counts by borrowing equipment from SACOG, or by using the cooperative purchasing agreement to buy their own equipment at a discounted price.
Presentation: (Noon-1:00 p.m.)
The next meeting of the Committee will be held on Thursday, August 4, at 10:00 a.m. in the SACOG Board Room, 1415 L Street, Suite 300, Sacramento, CA 95814.
The Transportation Committee may take up any agenda item at any time, regardless of the order listed. Public comment will be taken on the item at the time that it is taken up by the committee. We ask that members of the public complete a request to speak form, submit it to the clerk of the committee, and keep their remarks brief. If several persons wish to address the committee on a single item, the chair may impose a time limit on individual remarks at the beginning of the discussion. Action may be taken on any item on this agenda.
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