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Los Angeles Gateway Plaza

Regular Board Meeting

Thu 4/27/2017
9:00 a.m.
One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012, 3rd Floor, Metro Board Room


Agenda
  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2. ROLL CALL
  3. APPROVE Consent Calendar Items: 2, 5.1, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 28, 37, 38, 40, 41 and 43.
  4. CONSENT CALENDAR
  5. NON-CONSENT
  6. END OF NON-CONSENT ITEMS
  7. Consideration of items not on the posted agenda, including: items to be presented and (if requested) referred to staff; items to be placed on the agenda for action at a future meeting of the Committee or Board; and/or items requiring immediate action because of an emergency situation or where the need to take immediate action came to the attention of the Committee subsequent to the posting of the agenda.
  8. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC ON ITEMS OF PUBLIC INTEREST WITHIN COMMITTEE’S SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION
  9. Adjournment
  10. APPROVE Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held March 23, 2017.
  11. Report by the Chief Executive Officer.
  12. Report by the Chair.
  13. AUTHORIZE Contract Modification No. 114 by Caltrans for construction contract of the Segment 3 of the I-5 North Capacity Enhancements Project between SR-134 and SR-118 (Project) under the Funding Agreement No. MOU. P0008355/8501A/A6, in the amount of $552,110.89, using non local fund sources.
  14. AD HOC CONGESTION, HIGHWAY AND ROADS COMMITTEE (5-0) AND CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE (3-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  15. Authorize Contract Modifications No. 56-1 & No. 112 (CCO 56-1 & CCO 112) by Caltrans for the construction contract of I-5 South Carmenita Road Interchange Improvements Project (the Project) under the Funding Agreement No. MOU.P0006376A-03, in the total amount of $4,300,000 within the LOP budget.
  16. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to: A. AWARD three, three-year on-call contracts, Contract Nos. AE30673000, AE30673001, and AE30673002, to AECOM Technical Services, Inc., CH2M Hill, Inc., and Parsons Transportation Group, Inc., respectively, for a total not-to-exceed amount of $30,000,000, for Highway Program Project Delivery Support Services for Los Angeles County, subject to resolution of protest(s), if any; and B. AWARD Task Orders within the approved not to exceed cumulative value of $30,000,000.
  17. AD HOC CONGESTION, HIGHWAY AND ROADS COMMITTEE (3-0-2) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  18. CONSIDER: A. ADOPTING a Life of Project (LOP) Budget for $1,407,900 for the Rail Vehicle Mist System Demonstration Project; and B. APPROVING the award and authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute Contract No. OP3614100 to Knorr Brake Company, LLC for one (1) prototype Red Line Heavy Rail Vehicle on-board mist fire suppression system for a two-year period of performance for design, installation and evaluation of the systems for a fixed price amount of $908,481 subject to resolution of protest, if any.
  19. FINANCE, BUDGET AND AUDIT COMMITTEE (4-0) AND SYSTEM SAFETY, SECURITY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE (3-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  20. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and award All Risk Property and Boiler and Machinery insurance policies for all property at the current policy limits at a not to exceed price of $2.4 million for the 12-month period May 10, 2017 through May 10, 2018.
  21. FINANCE, BUDGET AND AUDIT COMMITTEE (4-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  22. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ), firm fixed unit price contracts for a three-year initial term, with two, one-year options for the following contracts: 1) PS29117000 and PS29117001 to ASK-intTag, LLC. for Card Manufacturing & Adhesive Stickers; 2) PS29117002, PS29117003, and PS29117004 to Oberthur Technologies of America Corp. for Adhesive Stickers and Card Manufacturing and Fulfillment Services, and 3) PS29117005 to Giesecke & Devrient Mobile Security America, Inc. for Fulfillment Services effective July 1, 2017, for Metro and Municipal Operators. The total combined not-to-exceed amount for 3 base years and two one year options is $26,915,910 (average cost per year $5.4M) inclusive of sales tax for TAP Card Manufacturing and Fulfillment Services, as identified below: · Card Manufacturing - Base: $9,272,563, Option 1: $3,090,854, Option 2: $3,090,854 in the total NTE amount of $15,454,271 · Fulfillment & Distribution- Base: $6,858,983, Option 1: $2,286,328, Option 2: $2,286,328 in the total NTE amount of $11,431,639 · Adhesive Stickers - Base: $18,000, Option 1: $6,000, Option 2: $6,000 in the total NTE amount of $30,000
  23. CONSIDER: A. ADOPTING the Phase II Metro Bike Share Expansion (Phase II Expansion) Environmental Analysis findings that the expansion qualifies for a Categorical Exemption under Section 15303 (Class 3) New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures (Attachment A); B. AUTHORIZING staff to file the Notice of Exemption for the Phase II Expansion; C. ADOPTING the Phase II Expansion Title VI and Environmental Justice Analysis findings that there is no Disparate Impact and no Disproportionate Burden associated with the expansion (Attachment B); and D. AUGMENTING the Life of Project budget for Phase II Expansion by $1,713,000 to $4,499,000 to include previously Board approved pre-launch related costs.
  24. FINANCE, BUDGET AND AUDIT COMMITTEE (4-0) AND PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE (5-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  25. CONSIDER: A. APPROVING the SCRRA’s request for additional funding for urgent structure and rail tie rehabilitation work up to $18,381,025. B. PROGRAMMING up to $18,381,025 in Measure R 3% funds. C. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer, or his designee, to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements between LACMTA and the SCRRA for the approved funding.
  26. APPROVE Motion by Directors Solis, Garcia, Dupont-Walker and Hahn that the Board direct the CEO to: A. Based on preliminary designs, advance Item J of Motion 22.1 into environmental review independently from the I-710 Corridor Project; Motion 22.1 - Item J: Upgrades to the existing Los Angeles River Bike Path consisting of safety, landscaping, hardscape, lighting and access enhancements and fix-it stations including to locations, between Ocean Blvd. [Long Beach] and its northern terminus at Slauson Avenue [Vernon]; B. Establish a budget to advance Items J and G of Motion 22.1 into final design once they are cleared environmentally; Motion 22.1 - Item G: Construction of a new, 8-foot, Class-I bike path and access points within the Los Angeles Flood Control District right-of-way on the western levee of the Los Angeles River Channel from the Pacific Coast Highway [Long Beach] to Imperial Highway [South Gate] to connect with the existing Los Angeles River Bike Path; C. Identify all eligible funding sources and develop a funding and project delivery strategy to accelerate implementation of Items J and G of Motion 22.1. D. Evaluate opportunities to streamline the timelines of Item J and G of Motion 22.1 with the Rail-to-Rail/River Project, AB530 Working Group, and the LA River Gap Closure Project (Downtown LA to Vernon); and E. Report back to the board within 90 days.
  27. PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE (5-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  28. CONSIDER: A. APPROVING release of Round 5 of the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Grant Program, offering an amount not to exceed $3,100,000; B. APPROVING the Round 5 TOD Planning Grant Program Guidelines (Attachment A), which include the Transit Supportive Planning Toolkit and the creation of the Transit Oriented Communities Tax Increment Financing Pilot Program; and C. ADOPTING AND CERTIFYING the Strategic Growth Council Final Grant Report as accurate.
  29. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to amend Metro’s Second Revised Amended and Restated Joint Development Agreement (“JDA”) with MacArthur Park Metro, LLC, (“MPM”) to: (a) extend the term of the JDA to December 31, 2017, and (b) allow Metro to terminate the JDA if Metro reasonably determines that the Ground Lease will not be executed prior to December 31, 2017 or that the mixed-use joint development project contemplated in the JDA (the “Phase B Project”) is not feasible.
  30. PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE (3-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  31. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute an Exclusive Negotiations and Planning Agreement (ENA) with Trammell Crow Company and Greenland USA (Developer) for the properties at North Hollywood Station (Site), for 24 months with the option to extend up to 30 months.
  32. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to: A. APPROVE Project Definition for Environmental Scoping including four Northern Alignment Options; and B. RECEIVE AND FILE the West Santa Ana Branch (WSAB) Transit Corridor Northern Alignment Options Screening Report.
  33. APPROVE the formal commitment of $905 $899.9 million of accelerated Measure R funds to Westside Purple Line Extension Section 3 (WSPLE3) to fulfill the Federal Transit Administration’s financial rating requirements for Metro’s New Starts project request of $1.175 $1.3 billion.
  34. CONSIDER: A. ADOPTING the Rail to Rail Active Transportation Corridor (ATC) Project - Segment A Preliminary Design (Attachment A); the findings of the environmental analysis that the project qualifies for CEQA Categorical Exemption under Section 15307 (Class 4) Minor Alterations to Land; and file the Notice of Exemption (NOE) (Attachment B); B. ADOPTING the Rail to River ATC - Segment B Locally Preferred Alternative, Randolph Street Alternative, as described in the Alternative Analysis (AA) (Attachment C) and advance into the Environmental Review/Clearance and Preliminary Design phase after more refined cost estimates for Segment A are developed from 30% design documents.
  35. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute a final Modification to Contract C1013R, with Skanska USA Civil West California District Inc., for the design and construction of the west entrance at the North Hollywood Station on the Metro Red Line, in the amount $1,261,770, adjusting the total current contract price from $15,743,901.61 to $17,005,671.61 within the life of project budget.
  36. CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE FORWARDED DUE TO ABSENCES AND CONFLICTS:
  37. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute a Modification to Contract No. C1043 with Griffith Company, for the design and construction of the Universal City Pedestrian Bridge, in the amount of $450,000, increasing the total current contract value from $24,264,752 to $24,714,752 within the Life of Project budget.
  38. CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE (3-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  39. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to: A. AWARD five (5) year, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity Contract No. OP7396000 for a Biomethane Gas Provider to Clean Energy Renewables, the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for a not-to-exceed amount of $1,240,520 for the base year (for one bus division as a pilot) and a not-to-exceed amount of $54,808,110 for a four (4) year option, for a total contract amount of $56,048,630 (for all bus divisions if the pilot is successful), subject to resolution of protest(s), if any; and B. EXECUTE individual Task Orders (Transaction Confirmations) and changes within the Board approved contract amount.
  40. SYSTEM SAFETY, SECURITY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE (3-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  41. AUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to award a 3-year, with two, one year options, firm fixed price Contract No. PS6224700 to Mobility Advancement Group, for Metro’s Mystery Rider Program in the amount of $565,516 for the (3) year base period and $408,128 for the (2) one year options, for a total contract amount of $973,644, subject to resolution of protest(s), if any.
  42. EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (4-0) MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATION:
  43. APPROVE amendment of Title 6, Chapter 6-05 of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“Metro”) Administrative Code (the “Code”), otherwise known as the Metro Customer Code of Conduct, as set forth in Attachment A. The amended Code will become effective May 1, 2017.
  44. ADOPT staff recommended positions: B. AB 91 (Cervantes) - High -Occupancy vehicle lanes OPPOSE C. AB 344 (Melendez) ­- Toll Evasion Violations OPPOSE D. AB 673 (Chu) - Public transit operators: vehicle safety requirements OPPOSE UNLESS AMENDED NEUTRAL E. AB 695 (Bocanegra) - Avoidance of on-track equipment SUPPORT F. AB 1454 (Bloom) / SB 768 (Allen) - Transportation projects: lease agreements SUPPORT G. SB 422 (Wilk) - Transportation projects: comprehensive development lease agreements SUPPORT (Sponsor)
  45. EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MADE THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS ON B-C (3-1) AND ON D-G (4-0):
  46. APPROVE Motion by Ridley-Thomas, Fasana, Garcetti, Barger, Garcia and Dupont-Walker to direct the Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with appropriate Departments of the County of Los Angeles including the Probation Department, Children and Family Services Department, Office of Education, the Department of Workforce Development, Aging, and Community Services, Department of Public Social Services, and other appropriate entities, to report back to the Executive Management Committee during the June board cycle with a proposed framework for a pilot educational and vocational training program, specifically though not exclusively targeting youth involved in the County’s Probation or Child Welfare System, with the objective of facilitating career pathways for local youth into Los Angeles County’s transportation sector.
  47. RECEIVE oral presentation on High Speed Rail Component of the High Desert Corridor by High Desert Corridor Joint Powers Authority.
  48. CLOSED SESSION: A. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation - G.C. 54956.9(d)(1) 1. Fred Brown, et al. v. LACMTA, LASC Case No. BC574684 B. Conference with Labor Negotiator - G.C. 54957.6 Agency Designated Representative: Joanne Peterson or designee Employee Organizations: SMART, ATU, TCU, AFSCME and Teamsters C. Conference with Real Property Negotiator - G.C. 54956.8 1. Property Description: 1940 Century Park East, Los Angeles, CA Agency Negotiator: Carol A. Chiodo Negotiating Party: Vinci Academy L.L.C. (Tenant) Under Negotiation: Price and Terms 2. Property Description: 6101 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA Agency Negotiator: Velma C. Marshall Negotiating Party: AU Zone Investments #2 Under Negotiation Price and Terms
  49. CONSIDER: A. APPROVING $11.8 million of additional programming within the capacity of the Measure R Highway Subregional Programs and funding changes via the updated project list, as shown in Attachment A; · Highway Operational Improvements in Arroyo Verdugo · Highway Operational Improvements in Las Virgenes Malibu · I-405, I-110, I-105 and SR-91 Ramp and Interchange Imp. (South Bay) · I-605 Corridor “Hot Spots” Interchange Imp. in Gateway Cities · I-710 South and/or Early Action Projects in Gateway Cities B. AUTHORIZING the CEO or his designee to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements for approved projects; and C. RECEIVING AND FILING the SR-138 Capacity Enhancements (North County) project list as shown in Attachment B.

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