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Meeting Name: Board of Directors - Regular Board Meeting Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/23/2022 10:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
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2022-0377 3.Oral Report / PresentationRECEIVE remarks by the Chair.   Not available Not available
2022-0378 4.Oral Report / PresentationRECEIVE report by the Chief Executive Officer.   Not available Not available
2022-0302 9.PolicyCONSIDER: A. ADOPTING the proposed Metro Objectives for Multimodal Highway Investment (Attachment A); and B. RECEIVING AND FILING the report back on FY23 Budgeted Multimodal Highway Investments. SOLIS & DUPONT WALKER AMENDMENT TO ATTACHMENT A, OBJECTIVE 2: Recognizing LA County’s history of inequitable highway investment policies and construction, work with local communities to reduce disparities caused by the existing highway system and develop holistic, positive approaches to maintain and improve the integrity and quality of life of those communities with minimal or no displacement during the implementation of highway improvements.   Not available Not available
2022-0319 30.Informational ReportCONSIDER: A. RECEIVING AND FILING the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) Quarterly Report; B. RECEIVING AND FILING the PSAC Impact Evaluation Report (Attachment C); and C. DIRECTING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to implement the recommendations outlined in the Evaluation Report with the current PSAC membership terms to expire July 31, 2022, instead of June 30, 2022. BONIN AMENDMENT: Extend current Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) membership term to September 1, 2022 to allow Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to return with more specifics and refinement to the recommendation.   Not available Not available
2022-0361 36.Informational ReportRECEIVE AND FILE status report on the FY23 Annual Program Evaluation Follow-Up (Attachment A). SANDOVAL AMENDMENT: Direct the CEO to develop an Early Intervention Project Team comprised of Metro’s finest and the best staff from planning, program management, operations, government relations, OMB, and vendor/contract management to design a list of a comprehensive checklist of criteria on successful project delivery addressing such as (1) funding strategy (either it is local or federal project), (2) project delivery method and why the project is being recommended for such delivery method for all Measure M Expenditure Plan Projects. DUPONT-WALKER AMENDMENT: 1. As part of the next report on the cost management action plan, direct the CEO to include metrics to help evaluate the success and progress of cost control efforts; and 2. In the monthly Countywide Planning Major Project Status Report, direct the CEO to include a cost estimate range and design level for all projects.   Not available Not available
2022-0336 47.Motion / Motion ResponseCONSIDER: A. RECEIVING AND FILING report on the I-710 South Clean Truck Program (I-710 South Corridor Zero Emission Truck Program) in response to Board Motion 16; and? B. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 28 to Contract No. PS4340-1939, I-710 South Corridor Project EIR/EIS, with URS Corporation (an AECOM Entity) to fund the close out of the EIR/EIS and the new 710 South Corridor Investment Plan in the not-to-exceed (NTE) amount of $6,276,216.18, increasing the total contract value from $58,173,718 to $64,449,934.18.   Not available Not available
2022-0421 48.Motion / Motion ResponseAPPROVE Motion by Directors Solis and Garcetti that the Board directs the CEO to: A. Prepare a plan dedicating the Little Tokyo/ Arts District Station in honor of the late Secretary Mineta; and B. Report back on the above at the Executive Management Committee meeting in September 2022.   Not available Not available
2022-0422 49.Motion / Motion ResponseAPPROVE Motion by Directors Solis, Najarian, Kuehl, and Mitchell directing the Chief Executive Officer to: A. Collaborate with the Los Angeles County Chief Executive Office, other County Departments and outside community partners to explore opportunities to partner on the Land Bank Pilot; B. Identify specific roles that Metro can take on as part of the Land Bank Pilot and associated duties that align with Metro’s role as a transit operator and transportation planner for the region. Metro should consider a scenario in which the County leads property acquisitions where a nexus to Metro exists and Metro takes on holding and developing the properties; C. Explore additional ways to partner with the County leveraging the work of Metro’s Housing Lab, including participating in the County’s Community Land Trust Partnership Pilot Program; and D. Report back on all directives above in October 2022.   Not available Not available
2022-0380 50.Oral Report / PresentationELECTION of Board Officers.   Not available Not available
2022-0418 2.MinutesAPPROVE Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held May 26, 2022.   Not available Not available
2022-0293 5.ProgramCONSIDER: A. APPROVING $37,227,000 in additional programming within the capacity of the Measure R Multi-Modal Highway Subregional Programs and funding changes via the updated project list shown in Attachment A for: · Arroyo Verdugo Operational Improvements · I-405, I-110, I-105, & SR-91 Improvements (South Bay) · I-605 Corridor “Hot-Spots” Interchange Improvements in Gateway Cities · I-710 South Local Streets Early Action projects in Gateway Cities B. APPROVING deobligation of $1,850,000 of previously approved Measure R Highway Subregional Program funds for re-allocation to the other existing Board approved Measure R projects; and C. AUTHORIZING the CEO or designee to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements for the Board-approved projects.   Not available Not available
2022-0339 6.ProgramCONSIDER: A. PROGRAMMING an additional $21,011,308 within the capacity of Measure M Multi-Year Subregional Program (MSP) - I-605 Corridor “Hot Spot” Interchange Improvements Multi-Modal Program; as shown in Attachment A; B. REPROGRAMMING of projects previously approved to meet environmental, design, right-of-way, and construction time frames; and C. DELEGATING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or their designee the authority to: 1. Amend Measure M MSP funding agreements to modify the scope of work of projects and project development phases consistent with eligibility requirements; 2. Administratively extend funding agreement lapse dates for Measure M MSP funding agreements to meet revised project schedule, and D. AUTHORIZING the CEO or their designee to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements for approved projects.   Not available Not available
2022-0343 7.ProgramCONSIDER: A. PROGRAMMING of $18,623,792 within the capacity of Measure M Multi-Year Subregional Program (MSP) - Active Transportation, First/Last Mile and Mobility Hubs Program; as shown in Attachment A; B. DELEGATING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or their designee the authority to: 1. Amend Measure M MSP funding agreements to modify the scope of work of projects and project development phases consistent with eligibility requirements; 2. Administratively extend funding agreement lapse dates for Measure M MSP funding agreements to meet environmental, design, right-of-way and construction time frames; and C. AUTHORIZING the CEO or their designee to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements for approved projects.   Not available Not available
2022-0256 8.ProjectAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute an amendment to the Exclusive Negotiations and Planning Agreement (ENA) with Abode Communities to extend the term for one year, with an option to extend the term for an additional year, for the joint development of Metro-owned property at Cesar E. Chavez Avenue and Fickett Street in Boyle Heights with up to 110 affordable housing units, an on-site community garden and small-format food retail.   Not available Not available
2022-0314 10.AgreementAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to amend the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) dated February 1, 2021, with the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments (SGVCOG) for the San Gabriel Valley Transit Feasibility Study (Study), authorizing the SGVCOG to proceed with next steps of the study with a not-to-exceed amount of $1,800,000, bringing the total funding to $3,300,000.   Not available Not available
2022-0388 11.PolicyCONSIDER: A. DECLARING that 3417 W. Slauson Ave, 5759 11th Ave & 3309 W. Slauson Ave (the Properties, as depicted in Attachment A) are not necessary for use by Metro and are “exempt surplus land” as defined in Section 54221(f)(1) of the California Surplus Land Act, as amended; and B. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute any necessary documents to transfer the Properties to the City of Los Angeles (City) in support of Destination Crenshaw, with land value waived, contingent on the following: 1. City or Destination Crenshaw providing an alternative location for the bicycle parking infrastructure originally planned for the IAM Park site, including securing approved plans and permits and installing. 2. Mutual agreement of responsibilities and use restrictions regarding the environmental mitigation program at Slauson Park. 3. Mutual agreement regarding Metro’s obligation to replant trees under Permit No. 313929.   Not available Not available
2022-0225 13.Formula Allocation / Local ReturnCONSIDER: A. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements between Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) and the Cities for their Capital Reserve Account as approved; and B. ESTABLISHING new Local Return funded Capital Reserve Accounts for the Cities of La Puente (Proposition C), Montebello (Proposition A), San Marino (Proposition A), and Rolling Hills (Measure R and Measure M).   Not available Not available
2022-0194 14.ProgramAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and purchase Public Entity excess liability policies with up to $300 million in limits at a cost not to exceed $23 million for the 12-month period effective August 1, 2022, to August 1, 2023.   Not available Not available
2022-0318 15.ResolutionADOPT: A. Findings and Recommendations (Attachment A) for allocating fiscal year (FY) 2022-23 Transportation Development Act (TDA) Article 8 funds estimated at $37,668,206 as follows: · In the City of Avalon there are no unmet transit needs that are reasonable to meet, therefore TDA Article 8 funds (Attachment B) in the amount of $220,402 may be used for street and road projects, or transit projects, as described in Attachment A; · In the Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale, there are no unmet transit needs that are reasonable to meet; in the Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale and the unincorporated portions of North County transit needs can be met through using other existing funding sources. Therefore, the TDA Article 8 funds in the amount of $8,952,102 and $8,658,196 (Lancaster and Palmdale, respectively) may be used for street and road purposes and/or transit, as long as their transit needs continue to be met; · In the City of Santa Clarita, there are no unmet transit needs that are reasonable to meet; in the City of Santa Clarita, and the unincorporated portions of the Santa Clari   Not available Not available
2022-0313 16.BudgetCONSIDER: A. APPROVING $2.9 billion in FY 2022-23 (FY23) Transit Fund Allocations for Los Angeles County jurisdictions, transit operators and Metro operations as shown in Attachment A. These allocations comply with federal, state, and local regulations and LACMTA Board approved policies and guidelines; B. APPROVING fund exchanges in the estimated amount of $3,323,653 of Metro’s TDA Article 4 allocation with Municipal Operators’ shares of Low Carbon Transit Operations Program. Funding will be adjusted based on LCTOP actual allocations; C. APPROVING fund exchanges in the estimated amount of $975,482 of Metro’s Prop C 40% allocation with Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita, Burbank and Pasadena’s shares of Low Carbon Transit Operations Program. Funding will be adjusted based on LCTOP actual allocations; D. APPROVING fund exchange in the amount of $ 170,195 of Metro’s TDA Article 4 allocations with La Mirada Transit’s share of FY17 Federal Section 5307 and $199,062 of Metro’s TDA Article 4 allocations with Arcadia Transit’s share of FY17 Federal Section 5307; E. APPROVING Two-year lag fu   Not available Not available
2022-0341 17.BudgetCONSIDER: A. APPROVING local funding request for Access Services (Access) in an amount not to exceed $156,094,281 for FY23. This amount includes: 1. Local funds for operating and capital expenses in the amount of $153,651,022; 2. Local funds paid directly to Metrolink for its participation in Access’ Free Fare Program in the amount of $2,443,259; and B. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to negotiate and execute all necessary agreements to implement the above funding programs.   Not available Not available
2022-0255 18.BudgetCONSIDER: A. APPROVING programming the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (“Metro”) share of the Southern California Regional Rail Authority’s (SCRRA) FY 2022-23 Operating, Rehabilitation, and Capital Budget in the amount of $171,180,124; B. EXTENDING the lapsing dates for funds previously allocated to Metrolink for the Rehabilitation and Renovation Program and Capital projects as follows: · FY 2014-15 extended from June 30, 2023 to June 30, 2024 - $3,423 · FY 2016-17 extended from June 30, 2023 to June 30, 2024 - $286,000 · FY 2018-19 extended from June 30, 2023 to June 30, 2025 - $1,651,187 · 94SCRALINK extended from June 30, 2023 to June 30, 2024 - $245,242 · 94-DORANSCRRA extended from June 30, 2022 to June 30, 2023 - $137,029 · 94SCRRAMRLUS extended from June 30, 2022 to June 30, 2023 - $69,725 · MRBRIGHTRX extended from June 30, 2022 to June 30, 2023 - $226,990; C. APPROVING the FY23 Transfers to Other Operators’ payment rate of $1.10 per boarding to Metro and an EZ Pass reimbursement cap to Metro of $5,592,000; and D. AUTHORIZING th   Not available Not available
2022-0253 19.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to award a two-year, Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract No. MA85485000 to Peacock Systems, the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for Network Video Recorder Kits. The contract includes a one-year base amount of $2,162,471 inclusive of sales tax, and a one-year option in the amount of $2,229,880, inclusive of sales tax, for a total contract amount of $4,392,351, subject to resolution of protest(s), if any.   Not available Not available
2022-0264 20.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to award a two-year, firm fixed unit rate Contract No. RR82767000 to Molina Manufacturing, the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, to refurbish vinyl seat inserts. The Contract is for a one-year base amount in the amount of $1,785,652, inclusive of sales tax, and a one-year option in the amount of $1,587,413, inclusive of sales tax, for a total contract amount of $3,373,065, subject to resolution of protest(s), if any.   Not available Not available
2022-0266 21.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 14 to Contract No. OP30433488 with LTK Engineering Services for Technical and Program Management support services for LACMTA A650 Heavy Rail Vehicle Overhaul and Critical Component Replacement Program (OCCRP) to extend the Period of Performance through March 5, 2025 and increase the Not-to-Exceed Total Contract Price by $3,126,944, from $5,488,530 to $8,615,474.   Not available Not available
2022-0282 22.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 11 to Contract No. OP962800003367 with Nationwide Environmental Services, a Division of Joe’s Sweeping Services, Inc., to provide power sweeping services for Metro’s facilities in the amount of $995,000, increasing the contract authority from $5,846,346 to $6,841,346 and extending the period of performance from September 1, 2022 through March 31, 2023.   Not available Not available
2022-0303 23.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 9 to Contract No. MA6274900, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with Wabtec Passenger Transit (Wabtec) for A650 Heavy Rail Fleet Friction Brake Overhaul to extend the Period of Performance through June 30, 2024, and increase the Not-to-Exceed Total Contract Price by $531,631.00 from $3,727,827.00 to $4,259,458.00.   Not available Not available
2022-0306 24.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to execute Modification No. 5 to Contract No. PS3825500 with Xerox Corporation to continue to provide the lease and maintenance of multi-function convenience copiers at various Metro locations, increasing the total not-to-exceed contract value by $454,045 from $4,132,773 to $4,586,818, and extend the period of performance from September 1, 2022, through February 28, 2023.   Not available Not available
2022-0179 25.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to execute a three (3) year funding agreement with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to provide enforcement services on the I-10 and I-110 ExpressLanes from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2025 in the not-to-exceed amount of $12,376,790.   Not available Not available
2022-0196 26.AppointmentAPPROVE nominees for membership on Metro’s Gateway Cities, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay Cities and Westside Central Service Councils.   Not available Not available
2022-0337 33.ProjectAMEND the Life-of-Project (LOP) budget by $17,000,000 for the Crenshaw/LAX Close-Out Project (CP 869512) from $30,000,000 to $47,000,000.   Not available Not available
2022-0296 34.Informational ReportCONSIDER: A. APPROVING an increase in total authorized funding for Contract No. AE47810E0128 with SECOTrans (Joint Venture of LTK Engineering Services, NBA Engineering Inc., Pacific Railway Enterprises Inc., and Ramos Consulting Services, Inc), for pending and future Task Orders to provide systems engineering and support services for Metro Rail and Bus Transit projects, in the amount of $28,850,000 increasing the total contract authorized funding from a not-to-exceed amount of $66,432,000 to a not-to-exceed amount of $95,282,000 through Fiscal Year 2024; and B. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or their designee to execute individual Task Orders and Contract Modifications within the Board approved contract funding amount.   Not available Not available
2022-0304 38.ContractAUTHORIZE the Chief Executive Officer to award a five-year firm-fixed unit rate Contract No. PS43587000 with Mobility Advancement Group to provide mystery rider observations for an amount not-to-exceed $835,992 for the three-year base term, $306,984 for the first option year, and $322,332 for the second option year, for a total not-to-exceed amount of $1,465,308, effective August 1, 2022, subject to resolution of protest(s), if any.   Not available Not available
2022-0399 39.ProgramCONSIDER: A. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate and award firm fixed unit rate contracts to Strive Well-Being Inc. (Contract No. PS88001001) and RMI International Inc. (Contract No. PS88001000) to provide a pilot Transit Ambassador Services Program, subject to the resolution of protest(s) if any. Strive Well-Being’s contract not to exceed amount is $15,878,421 for the three-year base pilot and $11,879,023 for the additional two, one-year options, for a total not to exceed amount of $27,757,444. RMI International’s contract not to exceed amount is $55,400,768 for the three-year base pilot and $39,690,212 for the additional two, one-year options, for a total not to exceed amount of $95,090,980. The combined total not to exceed amount for both firms over the five-year pilot is $122,848,424; and B. DELEGATING authority to the Chief Executive Officer to execute any future Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with Los Angeles County departments and/or City of Los Angeles partners for supplementary ambassador program services to enhance the Ambassador Program during the pil   Not available Not available
2022-0279 40.Motion / Motion ResponseAPPROVE five pilot transit corridors to expand Metro’s Eat Shop Play (ESP) Program and launch the first pilot program in the East Los Angeles Area in response to Motion 40, ESP Expansion.   Not available Not available
2022-0351 41.Fare / Tariff / Service ChangeCONSIDER: A. AUTHORIZING the Chief Executive Officer to extend the sale of promotional passes at 50% of the cost of full price passes through December 2022 as a continuation of Motion 36: Emergency Relief; and B. RECEIVING AND FILING this report on the timeline and plan for Metro fare capping.   Not available Not available
2022-0340 42.PolicyADOPT Metro Street Safety, Data Sharing and Collaboration Policy (Attachment A).   Not available Not available
2022-0398 43.Motion / Motion ResponseADOPT an Official and Operational name for the Airport Metro Connector/96th St Aviation Station: Official Station Name Operational Station Name LAX/Metro Transit Center LAX/Metro Transit Center   Not available Not available
2022-0002 44.PlanADOPT the Electric Vehicle Parking Strategic Plan (EVPSP) (Attachment A).   Not available Not available
2022-0379 46.ResolutionCONSIDER making the following findings: Pursuant to AB 361, the Metro Board, on behalf of itself and other bodies created by the Board and subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act, including Metro’s standing Board committees, advisory bodies, and councils, finds: The Metro Board has reconsidered the circumstances of the state of emergency, and that: A. The state of emergency continues to directly impact the ability of the members to meet safely in person, and B. State or local officials continue to impose or recommend measures to promote social distancing. Therefore, all such bodies will continue to meet via teleconference subject to the requirements of AB 361.   Not available Not available
2022-0376  Informational ReportRECEIVE General Public Comment   Not available Not available