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AC TRANSIT DISTRICT
GM Memo No. 05-273
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Execute Amendment #4 to Transit Priority Cooperative Agreement (San Pablo
Corridor) between AC Transit and the Alameda County Congestion Management
Information Only Briefing Item Recommended Motion
Authorize the General Manager or his designee to execute Amendment #4 to the
AC Transit/ACCMA agreement pertaining to San Pablo Corridor.
$2 million included in this Agreement for San Pablo Corridor Rapid bus stop
improvements is grant funded through the Alameda County Transportation
Improvement Authority (ACTIA); $122,880 for Transit Signal Priority (TSP) is included in
the District’s FY 2005-2006 budget; and $160,000 for improved Rapid Bus poles is
funded by grants to the San Pablo BRT Rapid and the Telegraph/ International/East 14th
This amendment to the on-going agreement between AC Transit and ACCMA
pertaining to the San Pablo Corridor provides funds to ACCMA for three purposes:
Approved as Recommended
Modification(s) [ ]
[To be filled in by District Secretary after Board/Committee Meeting]
GM Memo No. 05-273 Subject: Execute Amendment #4 to Transit Priority Cooperative Agreement (San Pablo Corridor) between AC Transit and the Alameda County Congestion Management Agency (ACCMA) Date: December 7, 2005
Page 2 of 2 1. Funding (accepted from ACTIA under a companion GM Memo on this agenda) in the
amount of $2 million for San Pablo Corridor Rapid Bus Stop improvements within Alameda County.
2. District budgeted funding for a portion of annual operations and maintenance costs
for the San Pablo Corridor, in the amount of $122,000, primarily related to TSP hardware and closed circuit television images provided to Central Dispatch. GM Memo 05-046, as approved by the Board, authorized the General Manager to enter into an Agreement to provide these funds; Amendment #4, which was approved by the ACCMA Board in October, is that agreement.
3. Grant funding in the amount of $160,000 for manufacturing of new Rapid poles. A
lengthy process of design and fabrication occurred during 2004-2005, leading to a consensus on a new, more attractive and substantial pole. Since the ACCMA already has the architectural design firm and the fabricator under contract, this Agreement will allow for the prompt manufacture of 125 poles, plus installation costs and spare parts.
This Amendment and these items continue the excellent working relationship between
AC Transit and the ACCMA in implementing various on-street, transit-related projects
for the benefit of our BRT/Rapid projects and the ACCMA’s SMART Corridor projects.
Prior Relevant Board Actions/Policies:
GM Memo 05-046
Maintenance Contract with Alameda County Congestion
Management Agency to pay a portion of annual operating and maintenance costs to Opticom transit Signal Priority hardware and a portion of SMART Corridor costs related to the San Pablo Rapid
Amendment #4 to the Transit Priority Cooperative Agreement for Design, Construction and Administration between Alameda County Congestion Management Agency and Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District
Deborah McClain, Chief Financial Officer
Joan P. Martin, Manager-Capital Planning & Grant Mgmt. Jon Twichell, Transportation Planning Manager Date Prepared:
November 23, 2005
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