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ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Spectrum Building 613 N.W. Loop 410, 2nd Floor Conference Room San Antonio, Texas May 9, 2013 1:30 p.m. • . • . • • •.... • • •••. . . ••• .. .. • • . .••. . .... • • . •• •••. . • ..•• • • •.. . • . . ..•. . . •.•• •.

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PUBLIC COMMENT Individuals may sign up to speak on any item shown below on the agenda. Individuals interested in speaking must sign up to speak prior to the item being placed in consideration before the Board of Directors. Speakers are allotted no more • than 3 minutes to speak and time is not transferable between speakers. Any comments, which do not address a specific agenda item, must be made during the Citizens’ Communications portion of the agenda, provided the individual has • signed to speak prior to this period starting.

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1. Call meeting to order 2. Approval of minutes from the Regular Board of Directors Meeting of April 11, 2013 3.

Resolution to appoint David Smith, Bexar County Manager, as Executive Director (John Clamp)

4.

Discussion and appropriate action on the financial statements for the period ending March 31, 2013 (David Smith) Doc# 18934 Fees: S0.00

5. Executive Director s Report (David Smith) A) B) C) D) E) 6.

05/03/2013 11:OtAll *4 Pages 2 Filed & Recorded in the Official Public Records of BEXAR COUNTY GERARD C. RICKNOFF COUNTY CLERK

Status report on GEC work authorizations Monthly Update on US 281/1604 Interchange Project Monthly Update on US 281 Environmental Impact Statement Monthly Update on Loop 1604 Environmental Impact Statement Monthly Update on 83~ Legislative Session

Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of Change Order Request No. 9 with Williams Brothers to increase the contract amount by $85,988.47 in connection with revision s to the design and construction of sound wail no. 3 on the Loop 1604/281 Interchange Project. (Renee Green)

7. Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of Change Order Request No. 11 with Williams Brothers to increase the contract amount by $209,547.02 in connection with removing and replacing the existing Pedestrian Signals to Audible Pedestrian Signals (APS) at all signalized intersections with the project limits on the Loop 1604/281 Interchange Project. (Renee Green) 8.

Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of Change Order Request No. 12 with Williams Brothers to increase the contract amount by $82,060.11 in connection with providing American Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant sidewalks that provide an accessible route to all the VIA bus stops within the project limits as requested by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and TxDOT on the Loop 1604/281 Interchange Project. (Renee Green)

9. Discussion and appropriate action on changes to the location and times of future Alamo RMA Board of Directors Meetings. (David Smith)

10. Citizens’ Communications (citizens must sign the register to speak) 11. Executive Session Pursuant to Chapter 551, Subchapter D, Texas Government Code -

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At any time during the meeting of the Alamo RMA Board of Directors, the Board may meet in executive session for consultation concerning attorney-client matters (real estate, litigation, contracts, personnel, and security) under Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code: A. Subsection 551.071(1). Consultation with Attorney Consultation with, and advice from legal counsel concerning pending/contemplated litigation, including but not limited to Aquifer Guardians in Urban Areas v. United States Federal Highway Administration et. al, settlement offers and negotiations, and other legal issues. —

F) Adjournment NOTES Agenda item numbers are assigned for ease of reference only, and do not necessarily reflect the order of their consideration by the Alamo RMA Board of Directors. ALAMO REGIONAL MOBIITY AUTHORITY ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT FOR DISABLED PERSONS This meeting site is accessible to disabled persons as follows: Entrance to the Spectrum Building is accessible through the main entrance and the parking garage. Parking spaces for the disabled are located in the parking garage. Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need auxiliary aids or services, such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired, and readers of large print or Braille, are requested to contact Gayle McDaniel at (210) 495-5256 at least two working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made. Presenters with audiovisual needs are requested to contact Gayle McDaniel at (210) 495-5256, at least two working days prior to the meeting. Posted at the Bexar County Courthouse, the Alamo RMA Administrative Offices (613 N.W. Loop 410, Ste 100) and at www.alamorma.org on Friday, May3, 2013

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Agenda Item 2: Approval of Minutes

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Approval of the minutes from the Regular Board of Directors Meeting

ROBERTS THOMPSON VIcE-cHAIR REYNALDO L. DIAz, JR.

SEGRFrARY/TREASURER TOMMY CAL VERT. JR. RAMIROA. CA VAZOS GA V/NO RAMOS ROBERTG. RODRIGUEZ

DAVID SMITH EXECCWVEDmEC7VR

of April 11, 2013. Staff recommends approval of these minutes.

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Board Meeting, April 11,2013, 1:30p.m. Spectnnn Building 613N TV Loop 410, 2nd Floor Conference Room San Antonio, Texas Minutes 1. Call meeting to order. Interim Chairman Thompson called the meeting to order at 1:32 p.m. Members present: J. Clamp, R. Thompson, R. Diaz, R. Rodriguez and G. Ramos. Members absent for the entire meeting: T. Calvert and R. Cavazos 2. Approval of minutes from the Regular Board of Directors Meeting of March 18, 2013. R. Diaz made the motion for consideration of the minutes as presented to the Board; and R. Rodriguez seconded. There were no questions from the Board with regard to the minutes. A vote to approve and accept the minutes passed with all in favor. 3. Swearing-in of John Clamp as Presiding Officer to the Board of Directors of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority for a term of office to expire on Febnary 1,2014. 4. Discussion and appropriate action on the financial statements for the period ending February 2013. (Terry Breclitel) T. Brechtel reviewed the balance sheets, revenues, expenditures and project costs. R. Thompson made the motion for consideration; and R. Diaz made the second. R. Diaz offered comments that the Finance Committee had reviewed the financials and no changes were required. He stated the Committee anticipates some possible changes to the budget in the next 60-90 days. There was no further discussion or questions on this item. A vote to accept the financial report passed with all members in favor. 5. Executive Director’s Report. (A) T. Brechtel reviewed meetings and events on the Board Calendar and (B) the GEC work report. (C) Patrick Irwin, Director of Engineering and Operations, provided an update on US28lILoop 1604 Interchange Project and the segment work of asphalt miffing and repaving; miscellaneous concrete and sidewalk work; as well as testing of materials which must pass or if failed, be corrected. He stated TxDOT wants to add two additional items of work and change orders for time will be necessary to complete the project. P. Irwin talked about the development of Bike lanes along the Loop 1604 frontage roads, consultants are refining draft plans and design costs estimates are slightly below $lOOk. He commented on a miscommunication between TXDOT and Biking Texas, and an Action Alert which incorrectly stated vehicular traffic lanes were unnecessarily wide and Bike Lanes would not be provided. A multi use path is included with future construction plans currently under consideration for Federal EIS approval; he noted TXDOT approval would be required to pay for the costs to provide an interim solution on the corridor that includes 5 feet bike lanes where feasible with striping and signage. Board discussion then took place with concerns stressed over the danger to both bicyclists and motorists with speed limits of 50 mph in the area, lane widths and markings, the costs to add bike lanes and that TXDOT will need to agree to fund it. (D) T. Brechtel issued the news that US 281 DEIS had been signed and a major milestone accomplished. She said the consultants were in the process of coordinating a public hearing in mid-June. (E) T. Brechtel stated the consultant, Ivlichael Baker, continues to work on the next steps of the Loop 1604 EIS and there was much discussion between the Planning Committee, Bexar County and TXDOT on how that project wifi move forward. (F) B. Cassidy provided an update on the legislative items being considered

Minutes of the Alamo Regional Mobility Board of Directors March 18, 2013 Regular Meeting and the status of the RMA’s priority agenda for Enhanced Toll Enforcement Remedies, TRZ, CDA’s, Regional Mobility Authority Operations, Funding, and Conversion bills. (G) T. Brechtel introduced David Smith, Bexar County Manager; Rene Green and Thomas Guevara and other representatives in the audience from the Bexar County DA and Auditors Offices. She stated per the March 2013 resolution adopting a revised organizational model and requesting Bexar County assume Alamo RIVIA operational support, RMA and Bexar County staff had met to set objectives and transition activities. Bexar County staffs are now involved with the two EIS projects, the interchange project and coordination with TxDOT and RMA consultants is underway. Bexar County Auditors have begun initial review of accounting and SAGE system processes and the goal has been established for the flill transfer of the financial systems by the end of May. Additional coordination of legal, information technology and administrative issues are still pending. Prior to adjournment, R. Thompson recognized T. Brechtel for her service and commented the Board had received the strongest support from staff in the last 5-6 years. He stated credit was due to staff for the tasks under-taken and recognition of their professionalism, dedication and accomplishments. R. Rodriguez, R. Diaz and R. Thompson cited some of the achievements the US 281 Super Street the first in Texas; the US28lJLoop 1604 Interchange. R. Diaz commended T. Brechtel for her work. R. Thompson commented the County is about to realize the hurdles this organization has faced. J. Clamp stated he has known Terry as the City Manager and in her role as the Executive Director; she is known to put the public first and has done a fantastic job. T. Brechtel replied with a thank-you to the Board for their comments; she stated there are challenges in advancing transportation projects that the public doesn’t’ see behind the scenes. Her approach was to keep the Alamo RIVIA organization flexible, nimble, and agile necessary to quickly change direction. She stated the 281 DEIS clearance might also bring a green light for lawsuits; the Board should know the EIS consultants are professionals, knowledgeable and bring value to the team. She expressed good luck to the new Chairman and Bexar County Manager on the transition. D. Smith commented on the transition, adding there were some things that remain to be addressed. He added he looks forward to serving the Board and hoped to almost serve them as well as Terry and her staff has. -





6. Citizens’ Communications. Chairman Clamp acknowledged several individuals signed to voice their concerns about Biking in San Antonio. Most spoke about the Loop 1604 frontage roads and requested consideration be given to develop 5’ wide bike lanes, improved pavement markings and additional signage to better alert motorists for everyone’s safety. 7. Executive Session



No Executive Session discussion occurred.

8. Adjournment. There being no further actions for the Board, Chairman Clamp adjourned the meeting at 2:53 p.m. APPROVED: JOHN CLAMP, CHAIRMAN DATE ADOPTED: 4111/2013

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Minutes of the Alamo Regional Mobility Board of Directors March 18, 2013 Regular Meeting I hereby certify that the above foregoing pages constitute the Fill, true, and correct minutes of all the proceedings and official records of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority at its meeting on April 11, 2013. ATTEST:_________________ REYNALDO L. DIAZ, JR., SECRETARY/TREASURER

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Board Memorandum To: Alamo RMA Board of Directors From: David Smith, Executive Director Copies: File Date: Friday, March 3, 2013 BOARD oFDzRscIORB

JOHN ClAMP

ROBERTS. THOMPSON

v-cnsn RE WVALDO L. VIA Z, JR.

TOMMY CAL VERT, JR.

Agenda Item 3: Appointment of David Smith. Bexar County Manager. as Executive Director Discussion and appropriate action approving the resolution to appoint David Smith, Bexar County Manager, as Executive Director for the Alamo RMA with all of the responsibilities and authority described in the By-laws, including full authority to transact banking and fiscal business and to delegate his duties and responsibilities as he deems appropnate.

RAMIRO A. Gi VAZOS GAVINORAMOS ROBERTO. RODRIGUEZ

DAVID SMITH E~tv77wViREcwR

Formal action of the Board required on this item.

GENERAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ALAMO REGIONAL MOBILITY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION NO.____ WHEREAS, the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (“Alamo RMA”) was created pursuant to the request of Bexar County and in accordance with provisions of the Transportation Code and the petition and approval process established in 43 Tex. Admin. Code § 26.01, et. seq. (the “RMA Rules”); and WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Alamo RMA has been constituted in accordance with the Transportation Code and the RMA Rules; and WHEREAS, the Alamo RMA is charged with improving mobility throughout Bexar County and the San Antonio region; and WHEREAS, on June 12, 2012, the Bexar County Commissioners Court adopted a resolution requesting the Alamo RMA Board of Directors allow Bexar County to assume management of the projects, contracts, administrative, legal and fiscal matters, and any other duties currently performed by the Alamo RMA staff; and WHEREAS, on March 18, 2013, the Alamo RMA Board of Directors, in Resolution No. 13-11, voted to support the concept of the revised organizational model for the administration and operation of the Alamo RMA in coordination with the Bexar County Manager or his designee as proposed by the Bexar County Commissioners Court; and WHEREAS, to effectuate the reorganization of the Alamo RIVIA, the Board of Directors desires to appoint David Smith, Bexar County Manager, to act as its Executive Director for the Alamo RMA with all of the responsibilities and authority described in the By-laws, including full authority to transact banking and fiscal business and to delegate his duties and responsibilities as he deems appropriate. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Alamo RMA Board of Directors appoints David Smith as the Executive Director of the Alamo RMA with all of the responsibilities and authority described in the By-laws, including full authority to transact banking and fiscal business and to delegate his duties and responsibilities as he deems appropriate, provided such delegation does not conflict with applicable law or any express direction of the Board of Directors. Adopted by the Board of Directors of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority on the May, 2013. Approved:

John Clamp Chair, Board of Directors Resolution No. Date passed

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Agenda Item 4: Discussion and appropriate action on the financial statements for the period ending March 31.2013

CLUE ROBERTS. THOMPSON

REYNALDOL

The Executive Director for the Alamo RMA will present the monthly financial statements for the penod ending March 31, 2013.

DMZ, JR.

s~ci~rrrn,nEss’r~ TOMMY C4L VERT, JR. RAMIROA. CAVAZOS GA VINO RAMOS ROBERT G. RODRIGUEZ

DAVID SMITH

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Staff recommends acceptance of the financial statements to be recorded in the minutes of the meeting.

Alamo Regional Mobility Authority Balance Sheet As of March 31, 2013

Assets Cash & Cash Equivalents Grants Receivable Due from Other Funds Other Assets Equipment (Net of Depr) Construction in Progress Total Assets

$

8334,641 63,375 160,046 95,000 47,337 137,277,593 $ 145,977,993

Liabilities Accounts Payable Accrued Payroll Expense Accrued Paid Leave Due to Other Funds Loans Payable Bexar County Loan 1 Bexar County Loan 2 City of San Antonio 1 TxDOTFM1 TxDOT FAA 2 TxDOTFAA3 TxDOT FM 5 Accrued Interest Deferred Revenue TxDOT ARMA Grant2 Bexar Cty US281 N-Loop 1604 Fund II Total Liabilities

$

Fund Equity Retained Earnings (Deficit) Unreserved YTD Income (Loss) Total Fund Equity

105,582,646 14,387,775 $ 119,970,421

Total Liabilities and Fund Equity

$ 145,977,993

11,729 46 66,731 160,046 250,000 500,000 500,000 913,890 4,542,185 128,714 12,390,000 309,662

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6,091,676 142,894 26,007,572

Alamo Regional Mobility Authority Statement of Revenues and Expenditures For the SIx Months Ending March 31. 2013 Total Budget MTD Actual MTD Budget MTD Variance Operating Revenue TxDOTARMAGrant2 Grant S TxDOTARRA US28IN SuperStreet Grant TxDOT ARRA Interchange Grant TxDot Prop 14 Grant VIA ATD US281 N $5 Grant Bexar Cty US281 N-Loop 1604 Fund II Grant 135 LA Miscellaneous Total Operating Revenue S Operating Expense Salary & Wages MobiIeiPDA Reimbursement Health Allowance Dental Allowance Payroll Tax Unemployment Tax Retirement Benefit Health Benefit Dental Benefit Vision Benefit LTD Benefit Life Benefit Registration Fees Conference Travel Mileage & Parking Reimb Licensure Insurance Non-Employee Website Telephone Supplies Printing Postage Equipment Rental & Maintenance Office Space Meetings Memberships/Organizations Subscriptions/Publications Prof Svcs - Finance/Acctg Proj Svcs - Legal Prof Svcs - Other Accrued Vacation Bank Fees Miscellaneous Total Operating Expense

$

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5

Excess Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures

5

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39,445 391 726 26 5,127 204 6843 -

52 11 506 194 -

568

3,684 1,700 895,094

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1,023 -

4,397 7,898 106 -

$

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-

$

$

-

$

3,018

5

(958,202) 5

5,833

$

106,073

1,309 42 (73) 167 188 67 (1,687) (208) 86 305 10 2,208 2,061 (1,225) (26,432) (8) 97 (22,631) $

$

5

149 2 773 2 1,315 1,939

(79,850) 5

126,765

773 3,171 1,315 5,259

$

$

412,726

-

14,570,427 326

-

$ 14,983,479

320,300 3,554 4,356 90 23,328 2,423 39,012 5,809 624 200 4,357 1,040 320 (18) 3,179

255,566 2,710 3,686 35 20,043 334 30,713 5,272 827 184 747 3,873 113 375 2,852

(64,734) (844) (670) (55) (3,286) (2,088) (8,299) (536) 3 (17) (3,610) 2,833 (208) 393 (327)

9,994 95 6,348 1,130

7,855 250 5,700 1,000 1,125 400 16,260 46,139 1,150 1,833 63 13,250 15,000 7,500

(2,138) 155 (648) (130) 1125 374 (2,255) 831 158 (1,833) (48) (11,750) 12,435 (3,438) (42,334) 1 144 (130,796)

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26 18,515 45,308 992 3,665 111 25,000 2,565 10,938 42,334 1,841 706 578,343

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1,842 850 $ 447,547 $

1,626 26

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19,014 -

$

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$ 14,983,479 $

1,309 42 950 167 188 67 2,710 7,690 192 305 10 2,208 2,500 1,250 307 142 74,591

412,726

YTD Budget YTD Variance

14,570427 326

3,149 61 (112) (20) (1,787) (146) (1,724) 879 86 20 (382) 451 19 63 (92)

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$

42,594 452 614 6 3,340 58 5,119 879 138 31 124 646 19 63 475

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3,169

63,112 42,907 54

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149 2

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9,279 38,050 15,779 63,108

440 2,475 26,432 315 45 97,222

$

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$ 106,073 $

15,711 500 11,400 2,000 2,250 800 32,520 92,278 2,300 3,665 125 26500 30,000 15,000

Non Operating Revenue & Expenses Interest - Operating Fund lnterest-Bxr Cty U5281 N-Loop 1604 Fund II Equipment Non-Capitalized Interest Exp Bexar Cty/COSA Start-Up Lns Depreciation Expense Computer Software Total Non Operating Revenue & Expenses

$

42,907 54

511,133 5,420 7,373 70 40,086 669 61425 10,545 1,655 367 1,493 7,746 225 750 5,705

$

63112

YTD Actual

17,362

5 14,387,775

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4,640 19,025 7,890 31,554 5

1,628 28 4,640 11 7,890 10,888

5 (479,101) 5 15,103,388

Alamo Regional Mobility Authority Project Costs Capitalized and Non Capitalized As of March 31,2013

US 281 North Capitalized Costs Bexar County Start-Up Loan II Bexar Cty US281 N-Loop 1604 Fund I Bexar Cty US281 N-Loop 1604 Fund II City of SA Start-Up Loan I TxDOT Loan FAA5 TxDOT ARRA US281 N-Super Street TxDOT/MPO ARRA US281N-Loop 1604 Inter TxDOT AG2 Grant TxDOT Prop 12/14 TxDOT ILA VIA ATD US28IN Super Street Grant Total Capitalized Costs NonCapitalized Costs Bexar County Start-Up Loan II Bexar Cty US281 N-Loop 1604 Fund II City of SA Start-Up Loan I TxDOT Loan FAA5 TxDOT/MPO ARRA US281 N-Loop 1604 Inter TxDOT AG2 Grant TxDOT ILA VIA ATO US281N Super Street Total Noncapitalizeci Costs Total Project Costs

$

US 281 EIS

2,579$

US 281 US 281-1604 Superstreet Interchange

428$

80$

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$

-$

lii 35 Project

3,204$

Total

-$

6,883

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-

-

-

-

150,000

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-

-

-

-

-

-

750,631

-

-

22,099

469 1,113

591

-

-

84 426,711

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-

8,931114

-

15,398 371,474

-

-

5,256,792

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,587,081

-

-

393,962

-

-

-

-

-

750,631 38,641 9,730,412 5,256,792 109807,901 9,824,556 172,731

-

45,774

45,774

7,025,485

(116)

-

-

-

109,807,901 818,144 172,731

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-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

$1,611,759 $7,027,496

$

591$

Loop 1604 Loop 1604 Loop 1604 ElS Superstreet Project

5,541$

9,427

1,493,272 $6,751,131

$

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-

-

5,541

$111,225,650 $8,931.1 14 $

$

-$ -

5,034$

900,631

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1,493,272 $ 784,039 $ 45,774 $137,277,593 -

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-$

7,161

-

-

1,964$ -

-$ -

9,427

-

-

5,034

-

-

-

-

56,575

726,067

-

1,964 235,836

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

581,018

-

-

-

70,135

-

-

897,401 -

-

1,120,430 2,684

-

-

-

-

-

34,630

-

-

850,451

$ 908483 $ 869,305 $ $2,520,242 $7,896,801

34,630 $

$ 6,785,761

-

1,179,689 $ 736,135 $

$112,405,340 $9,667,249

$

7,161

150,000

-

-

$ 820,782 $ 70,135 $

21,966 7,161 21,966 1,018,479 1,120,430 2,331,554 70,135 34,630

4,626,321

907,792 $1,604,821 $115,910 $141,903,915

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Agenda Item 5; Executive Director’s Report *

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The Executive Director’s Report for this month will cover the following topics:

CL4JR ROBERTS. THOMPSON

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A) Status report of GEC Work Authonzations

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SEcTLErnYfFREAsURER TOMMY C4L VERT,

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B) Monthly Update on the US 281 / Loop 1604 Interchange Project C) Monthly Update on the US 281 Environmental Impact Statement process

RAMIROA. CAVAZOS GAWNORAMOS ROBERT C RODRIGUEZ

D) Monthly Update on the Loop 1604 Environmental Impact Statement process E) Monthly Update on

83rd

Legislative Session

DAVID SM~TH EYECV7WSDWSCIOR

This information is included in your packets for your review. There is no action required of the Board on this item.

Alamo Regional Mobility Authority General Engineering Consultant Services

GEC TEAM WORK AUTHORIZATION STATUS as of April 26,2013 -

BUDGET STATUS A~i.

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BALANCE

REMARKS

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ExpirsliQn Dale

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9pe~/Active Work Authorizations 16 20 21

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General Public Involven,ent Support 281 Enaineeriog and Environmental Support Services Lox 1604 Enoineenina Services US 28lILncv 1604 tntertica,ge

open/Active Work AMttnoflzadons Sob Teal Closedlln-activo Work Authorizations 1 2 3 4 5 6 7/7.1 8/8,1

91 9,2

93 9SF

a4 as as 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 19 22 23 25 26

General Encineenina Services? Tknellne Phase I . Public Stmys & Key Messaces General Erpeeemire Services? Imrflentaton Plannino Phase 1A- Meesaoe Delivery 8 Media initial CDA Evaluation Develcçrr,ent of Work Plan end Schedule for 1H35 Project Develoorrieno of Work Plan and Schedule, Data Analv* Develo~nt olWork Plan and Schedule for U5281MP Protect Pi*ct Mansqement SHlGTollProlect Phasel Mjrzbad, Partway Wirzbech Partway and Interdianee Protect Worzbach Partway Preliminary Cost S.m IH 35 Tot Pr~ect Phase 1 sti 16 Toll Pr~ect. Phase 2 General Ereneennq Asavalance Phase 1 B . Public Involvement & Outreach Sanders Road Commisty Worming Group Process Public Invotrement Services 281 roll Project Prooxerrient. GEC z~t technical support 281 Toll Project Toll SupporulT Systems 281 Toll Profrt ROWAcflltlori Services Prqect Management 281 Super 5tr.~l Lox 1604 Stçer Steel 261 Super Street CEI 281 ‘IISSIM Model

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$315,534 $691,611 $469505 $9,045,940

$10,522,595

$277,27C $591,179 $65,692 $6,378,666 $7 310.833

$3,211 762

$23,943

$23,943

$0

100%

$89,982 $24,508 $292,160 $13,954 $24,611 $43,862 $36,319 $1,302,983 $624,350 $95,431 $496,480 $9.56? $585,894

$69,982 $24.50 $292.18 $13954 $24,611 $43,862 $36,319 $1 302,963 $624,350 $95,431 $496,480

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100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

$9,567

CtosedjIn-A~ve Woit Autliorlzatloris Sub Total

$2463: $261 ,3S $148645 $153,418 $1,289,419 $3,101 $237,740 $316,094 $818,624 $801,027 $266091 $50091 $6,314,167

$585,894 $299,929 $24,634 $261 .3CC $146,545 $153415 $1,289,419 $3,101 $237,740 $316,094 $818.62’ $801,027 $266091 $50,000 $8,314,164

Grand Total Projeot Summary Stat,.

$1s,ne,702

$I6,BZLSS7

Figures do not include outstanding oub~ouilsnt invoices

AisrnoRlAA Board Siwnmary RpkOl’l 3,45

$299,929

$38,256 $100,437 $403,613 $2,669,254

$0 $0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0 $0

$4 $0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $3 $0 $0 $0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0 $3

*3.211.761

88% 85% 14% 70%

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Work Con~lo Work Compete Work Conttete Work Cflete WodcConclete Work Con,plete Work Complete Work Complete Work Coronets WorkComplete WA closed WA dosed; balance decowrnmissloned $1,015,790.38 Work tasks moved to 9SF ‘VA dosed; balance decorrrrmlssloned $338 WA dosed; balance decorrrnissloned = $1,592,831 Work Contlele Work Complete WA closed; balance decommissioned • $65,922 Work Comnets; balance deconenissloned = $559,437 Work Com*s VACtesod; Balance decommissioned $81,351 WA Closed; Balance decoonsaloned $672,865 York C~lete. Work Coo’clete; balance decommissioned $15,703 Yonit Conwlete; balance decommissioned = $1,093 York Complete; balance decommissioned $26,587 Work Complete,

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Arias and Associates Foster Guena DeBerry Coody Kelly Morris Public Relations Poznecki-Camarillo&Assocjates REL RJ Rivera & Associates Rodriguez Transportation Group Vickrey & Associates Zara Environmental Miscellaneous Vendors Total

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Contracted 110,827 457,888 95,204 36,655 539,206 58,663 582,052 261,734 238,306 16,094 52.315 2,448943

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Invoiced % of Total Costs % of Sub Work 87,109 056% 1.43% 348,636 2.24% 5.70% 95,197 0.61% 1.56% 10,561 0.07% 0.17% 493,091 3.17% 8.07% 36.953 0.24% 0.60% 578.243 3.72% 9.46% 260,394 1.67% 4.26% 238,306 I 53% 3.90% 16,094 0 10% 0.26% 25,634 0 16% 0.42% 2,190,217 14.08% 35.84%

Contracted 28,000 $ 1,398,323 $ 803,706 $ 10,769 $ 1,254,790 $ 981,664 $ 63,146 $ 109,441 $ 54,516 $ 116,293 $ 4,820,648 $

Invoiced % of Total Costs % of Sub Work 28,000 0 18% 0.46% 1,227,756 7 89% 20.09% 176,380 1.13% 2.89% 841 0.01% 0.01% 1,254,773 8.06% 20.53% 908.787 5.84% 14.87% 63.146 0.41% 1.03% 109,415 0.70% 1,79% 54,516 0.35% 0.89% 97,440 0.63% 1.59% 3,921,054 25.20% 64.16%

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Local Effort

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HNTB Subconsultants Total

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9,036,502 5,922,685 14,959,487

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April 2013 GENERAL SUMMARY As the project moves closer to completion, construction of bridge widenings, asphalt resurfacing of mainlane and frontage roads, storm sewers, sidewalks, driveways, concrete barrier, detention ponds, roadway illuminations, painting, signage and traffic signals continues.

CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES Preliminary punch lists being developed (on-going until associated work activities are complete): • Direct connector substructures and superstructures Punch List In Progress • Retaining walls Punch List and Corrective Work In Progress • Storm sewers on LP 1604 and US 281 Punch List and Corrective Work In Progress • Sidewalks on LP 1604 and US 281 Punch List In Progress • General project of miscellaneous features Punch List In Progress -

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DBE PROGRESS With the March 2013 DOE Progress Report update, the Design/Builder has paid $1,192,686.l2on DOE contracts for design services and $12,488,138.56 to DOE contractors for construction services. The DBE goal is 11.1% for both design and construction efforts. exceeded the DBE goal for Design and Construction.

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SCHEDULE (A Two Month Look Ahead) Anticipated work activities for the next 60 days include: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Re-grading and placing top soil Pour concrete curb, driveways, riprap and sidewalks Patch concrete traffic barrier and install guardrail Install small signs, large signs and illumination Upgrade existing frontage road signals on US 281 and LP 1604 to VIVD5 Lay Rot Mix Ty D on LP 1604 FR and at overpass bridge widening Mill and overlay US 281 NBFR and LP 1604 Overpass/frontage road intersections Continue painting direct connectors and concrete traffic barriers Construction of Sound Wall #3 Install and maintain storm water pollution measures as construction progresses Implement maintenance of traffic plans to accommodate construction activities Perform construction material testing Develop project punch list and monitor punch list work

FINANCIAL STATUS Draw Requests Draw request #31 was provided on April 11th and approved for payment A draw summary is provided below. Draw Requests

Original Contract Amount

$109,097,279.00

Authorized Changes

$164,788.15

Current Authorized Contract Amount

$109,262,067.15

Approved Amount for Work Complete Through Draw #31

$106,276,867.93

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SCHEDULE MILESTONES The Design Builder submitted a project schedule update on March 31, 2013. The schedule reflects 79 days late for interim completion and 33 days late for substantial completion. The Alamo RMA continues to monitor project progress through daily interface with the Design Builder.

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US 281 EIS Progress Report No. 48

Date

May 1, 2013

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Renee D. Green, Director of Public Works

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Jimmy Robertson, AICP

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US 281 ElS

Period

March 30, 2013 through April 26, 2013

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ActivIties During Reporting Period (April 2013) Proiect Management and Coordination • Submitted invoice and progress report #47 • Continued developing scope and budget for PA #4 • Met with Terry Brechtel to discuss status of staffing transition • Attended Alamo RMA board meeting • Updated project schedule • Maintained Project Files and electronic database system • Managed subcontractor contracts and work activity Community Involvement • Set dates and reserved locations for Public Hearing and Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting • Finalized public hearing legal notice and prepared for publication in La Prensa and SA Express News • Began developing the Public Hearing presentation, handouts and exhibits • Prepared draft newsletter • Sent email to CAC members regarding EIS status and upcoming meeting • Updated website to describe availability of DEIS and upcoming Public Hearing and CAC meeting • Monitored comments on 41 1on281 website and US 281 EIS email account • Monitored social media (Google, Facebook & Twitter) Draft EIS • Submitted US 281 DEIS for signature to Alamo RMA, TxDOT-ENV and FHWA • Printed US 281 DEIS hard copies and produced CDs • Assisted FHWA with submittal of the signed US 281 DEIS to the Environmental Protection Agency • Distributed US 281 DEIS to local offices and libraries for public review • Coordinated distribution of DEIS hard copies • Mailed DEIS CDs along with notification of Public Hearing to elected and public officials, cooperating and participating agencies, Section 106 consulting and interested parties, Peer Technical Review Committee (PTRC) members and CAC members • Published the DEIS Notice of Availability in Federal Register, Texas Register, La Prensa and SA-Express News • Responded to TxDOT questions regarding cultural resources Page 1 of 2

US 281 EIS Progress Report No. 48 B.

Activities Planned for Upcoming Month (May 2013) Proiect Management and Coordination • Submit invoice and progress report #48 • Submit scope and budget for PA #4A • Maintain Project Files and electronic database system • Set meeting with the IRMA, TxDOT and FHWA to review Project Files Community Involvement • Continue Public Hearing coordination (reserve audio/visual equipment, court reporters, security, publication deadlines for legal notices and advertisements, etc.) • Publish 30-day legal notice in La Prensa and SA-Express News • Continued to develop the handouts, exhibits and presentation for Public Hearing • Finalize and mail newsletters (paper and electronic version) • Coordinate with CAC members regarding upcoming meeting and the designation of new members as necessary • Monitor and respond to comments on 41 1on281 Website and US 281 EIS email account • Monitor social media (Google, Facebook & Twitter) Draft EIS • Compile DEIS comments are they arrive • Respond to requests for CDs and hardcopies

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Problems/Delays Encountered and Remedial Actions Needed and/or Exercised to Alleviate the Same •

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The IRMA’s staff responsibilities for the US 281 EIS are being transitioned to Bexar County. As this transition occurs Jacobs is coordinating with Renee Green and TxDOT’s Environmental Division.

Safety Performance •

Working safely; no safety incidents or issues

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Loop 1604 Environmental Impact Statement: U.s. 90 to Interstate Highway 35 Project Authorization No. 2 Executed November 9, 2009 Project Authorization No. 3 Executed August 26, 2010 Project Authorization No. 4—Executed September 27, 2011 Consultant Team Progress Report No. 45 — —

Progress for period: March 1, 2013 through March 31, 2013 Contract dated A ru 09, 2009 ACTIVITIES COMPLETED IN THIS PERIOD: Task 1.0— Project Management, Coordination, and Administration Project Management • Day to day management of the project budget, schedule, work progress, and project team. These efforts continued through this reporting period (March 1 through March 31,2013). • Continued coordination with Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (Alamo RMA) on Contracting and Sub-consultant invoicing and progress reporting processes and procedures. • Reviewed subconsultant progress reports and processed subconsultant invoices. • Revised Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Environmental Assessment (EA) schedules for comparison. Project Coordination • Continued weekly project coordination calls with the Alamo RMA. • Continued coordination efforts with Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Environmental Affairs Division (ENV) staff regarding the project schedule, on-going Draft ElS efforts and options for moving the project forward. • Prepared for and attended a coordination meeting with TxDOT on March 7, 2013 from 10:00 AM until 11:00 AM regarding Section 7 consultation. • Attended coordination meeting with TxDOT staff on March 8, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 12:00PM to discuss Section 7 requirements and a strategy for compliance. • Prepared for and attended a meeting with TxDOT San Antonio District regarding schematic development. Meeting participants discussed roll plots with designated general purpose and managed lanes and ramp access locations. The meeting occurred on March 27 from 2:30 PM until 5:30 PM. • Researched and compiled a summary of coordination efforts completed to date specific to the Town of Hollywood Park. Project Administration and Record Keeping • No activities to report during this reporting period. Task 1.0 of PA #2 is 100% complete. Task 1.0 of PA #3 is 94% complete. Task 2.0— Public Awareness, Involvement, and Education Public Meetings • No activities to report during this reporting period.

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Other Community Engagement Meetings • No activities to report during this reporting period. Project Website and Virtual Communications • Continued ongoing maintenance and updates to the Loop 1604 project website and project specific social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Flickr). A total of 17,493 website homepage visits as of April 9,2013. Facebook reported on April 9,2013. • 481 Likes • 223,282 Friends of Fans • 8 Weekly Total Reach Media Campaign • No activities included in this project authorization. School Education Campaign • Task complete. Surveys • No activities included in this project authorization. Other Communication Tools • Project Hotline (1-888-4LP-1604) Continued to monitor hotline. • Project Office Continued to staff office. No visits this month. • Project E-mail Continued to monitor Alamo RMA Loop 1604 EIS e-mail account. Notices and Public Information Materials • No activity during this reporting period. PA #2 Task 2.0 is 100% complete. PA #3 Task 2.0 is 40% complete. Task 3.0— Environmental Impact Statement Initiation Project Coordination Plan • Task Complete. PA #2 Task 3.0 is 100% complete. Task 4.0— Draft Environmental Impact Statement Need and Purpose • No activity during this reporting period. Alternatives Analysis • No activity during this reporting period. Affected Environment • No activity during this reporting period.

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Environmental Consequences • No activity during this reporting period. Indirect and Cumulative Impacts Analysis • No activity during this reporting period. DEIS Preparation and Circulation • No activity during this reporting period. PA #2 Task 4.0 is 100% complete. PA #3 Task 4.0 is 77% complete. Task 6.0— Engineering Traffic • No activity to report during this period. Mapping and Survey • No activity to report during this period. Data Assembly and Review • No activity to report during this period. Route Studies and Alternatives Analysis • No activity to report during this period. Right of Way/Utility Coordination • No activity to report during this period. Schematic • Completed additional work specific to traffic line diagrams and geometries so that a finalized line diagram can be prepared and provided to TxDOT Transportation Planning and Programming Division for schematic traffic volumes. Drainage • No activity to report during this period. PA #2 Task 6.0 is 100% complete. PA #3 Task 6.0 is 88% complete. PA #4 Task 6.0 is 50% complete. ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THE NEXT PERIOD Task 1.0— Project Management, Coordination, and Administration Project Management • Continue day-to-day management of the project budget, schedule, work progress, and project team. These efforts commenced on May 1, 2009 and are expected to continue throughout the life of these Project Authorizations. • Develop and submit monthly invoices and progress reports.

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Project Coordination • Coordinate with the Alamo RMA via weekly conference calls to discuss project progress and emerging issues. • Coordinate with TxDOT, FHWA and Alamo RMA staff regarding the general direction on the project moving forward. Project Administration and Record Keeping • Continue populating the Project and Administrative Record database with files as the EIS process proceeds. • Continue to prepare for agency review of records. Task 2.0— Public Awareness, Involvement, and Education Public Meetings • No activities planned for this upcoming period. Other Community Engagement Meetings • No activities planned for this upcoming period. Project Website and Virtual Communications • Continue ongoing maintenance and updates to the Loop 1604 project website and project specific social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Flickr). Media Campaign • No activities included in this project authorization. School Education Campaign • Task complete. No further activities planned for the upcoming period. Surveys • No activities included in this project authorization. Other Communication Tools • Project Hotline (1-88S-4LP-1604) Continue to monitor hotline. • Project Office Continue to staff office. • Project E-mail Continue to monitor Alamo RMA Loop 1604 EIS e-mail account and respond to inquiries. Notices and Public Information Materials • Mailing Lists Ongoing updates. Task 4.0— Draft Environmental Impact Statement Need and Purpose • Revise once direction from TxDOT and FHWA is provided. Alternatives Analysis • Revise once direction from TxDOT and FHWA is provided. Affected Environment • Revise once direction from TxDOT and FHWA is provided.

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Environmental Consequences • Revise once direction from TxDOT and FHWA is provided. Indirect and Cumulative Impacts Analysis • Revise once direction from TxDOT and FHWA is provided. Task 6.0— Engineering Traffic • Coordinate with TxDOT Transportation Planning and Programming Division regarding schematic traffic volumes. Mapping and Survey • No activities anticipated during this time period. Engineering Data Assembly and Review • No activities anticipated during this time period. Route Studies and Alternatives Development • No activities anticipated during this time period. Right of Way/Utility Coordination • No activities anticipated during this time period. Schematic • Update roll plots based on coordination with TxDOT San Antonio District to finalize line diagram for use in generating schematic traffic volumes. Drainage • No activities anticipated during this time period. PROBLEMS/DELAYS ENCOUNTERED: • •

Regional Toll Analysis. MPO prepared the Regional Toll Analysis. FHWA approval of the Regional Toll Analysis pending resolution of comments. TxDOT projects complicate the release of the Draft US since they are within the EIS limits.

STRATEGIES FOR ADDRESSING PROBLEMS/DELAYS: • • •

Provide Alamo RMA with support as needed to complete the Regional Toll Analysis. Continue to coordinate with FHWA and TxDOT regarding the revision of the Draft EIS. Continue to coordinate with FHWA, TxDOT and Alamo RMA staff on a solution.

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Locke Lord LLP Privileged and Confidential Attorney Work Product 83rd Legislature – Bills of Interest (Transportation Related) As of May 2, 2013 Bill Date Filed Author Number HB 14 2-7-13 Pitts

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SB 14 (Williams)

Locke Lord LLP Privileged and Confidential Attorney Work Product 83rd Legislature – Bills of Interest (Transportation Related) As of May 2, 2013 Bill Date Filed Author Code Section(s) Number Affected HB 84 11-12-12 McClendon Transp. Code §§ 455.006, 542.002, 545.058

Summary Establishes a motor bus-only lane pilot program for highways in Bexar, El Paso, Tarrant, and Travis Counties. The program must provide for the use by motor buses of highway shoulders as a low-speed bypass of congested highway lanes on state highway system roadways. TxDOT is required to initiate the pilot program by December 31, 2013.

Last Action Taken Companions 02-05-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation

Note: Facilities maintained by a RTA are exempted from the pilot program unless the authority consents; RMA facilities are not similarly exempted (but this only applies to roadways on the state highway system).

HB 106

11-12-12

Larson

Transp. Code §§ 201.115, 222.001, .073, .002

Substantially similar to HB 2327 from last session which was vetoed by the Governor. Eliminates the DPS diversion by removing use by DPS from the list of permissible uses of the state highway fund. Note: Substantially similar to HB 1131 from last session. 2

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02-05-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations

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HB 117

HB 118

11-12-12

11-12-12

Larson

Larson

Code Section(s) Affected Transp. Code § 370.040

Transp. Code §§ 201.051-.053, .057, .059; Election Code § 52.092

Transp. Code § 472.036

Summary Provides that RMAs are subject to review by the Sunset Advisory Commission as if the RMAs were a state agency but may not be abolished. Requires RMAs to pay the cost incurred by the Sunset Advisory Commission in performing a review of the RMA. Note: Substantially similar to HB 2951 from last session. Provides that the Texas Transportation Commission shall be composed of three statewide elected officials. Members of the Commission would serve staggered six-year terms, with the term of one member expiring February 1st of each odd-numbered year. The members of the Commission would elect the Chair from among themselves. Note: Substantially similar to HB 2350 from last session. Requires a voting member of a metropolitan planning organization that serves a county with a population 3

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Last Action Taken Companions 02-05-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation

02-05-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation

3-05-13 H Committee action pending House

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Summary of more than 1.7 million, and in which more than 75 percent of the population resides in a single municipality, to be an elected official.

HB 121

11-12-12

Larson

Transp. Code §§ 451.502, .5022, .504, .506, .509, .510, .513, .516

HB 311

12-20-12

Guillen

Tax Code §§ 162.104, .125, .1276, .204, .227, .2276, 3023-.3024

HB 341

1-3-13

Pitts

Transp. Code § 366.165

HB 474

1-11-13

Munoz

Transp. Code § 632.320.328

Note: Substantially similar to HB 664 from last session. Provides that board members of a metropolitan rapid transit authority created before 1980 in which the principal municipality has a population of less than 1.9 million shall be elected by the registered voters of the authority. Provides and exemption for rural transit districts from motor fuel taxes on fuel purchased to provide public transportation. Provides for the exclusion of all the oil, gas, and sulphur interests from the property interests that may be condemned by a regional tollway authority. Allows the Transportation Commission to authorize a governmental entity that serves the same geographic location as the roads 4

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Last Action Taken Companions Transportation

3-05-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

4-22-13 H Committee action pending House Ways and Means 5-08-13 S Meeting set for 8:00 A.M., E1.016 Senate Transportation 4-17-13 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate

SB 477 (Hinojosa)

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HB 476

1-14-13

Author

Kolkhorst

Code Section(s) Affected

Prop. Code §§ 21.0114, .023, .101, .1015, .102, .1021

Summary listed in the bill (only in Hidalgo County) over which the permit is valid to issue oversize or overweight vehicle permits. The permit fee may not exceed $80 per trip (may be adjusted in the future to reflect increases in CPI) and may only be used for the construction and maintenance of the roads specified in the bill and for the governmental entity's administrative costs, which may not exceed 15 percent of the fees collected. The governmental entity is required to provide funds for the maintenance of the state highways specified in the bill. Provides that an entity with eminent domain authority that makes a bona fide offer to acquire property must state with specificity in the initial and final offers the public use for which the entity intends to acquire the property. The bill further states that a person from whom a real property interest is acquired by an entity through eminent domain for a public use, or that person's heirs, successors, or assigns, is entitled to repurchase the 5

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Last Action Taken Companions Transportation

2-13-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Land and Resource Management

SB 180 (Van de Putte)

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HB 479

1-14-13

HarperBrown

Tax Code § 152.122

HB 493

1-14-13

Hernandez Luna

Gov’t Code § 2252.907

Summary property if the initial use of the property is not the public use for which the property was acquired. The bill also removes certain actions from the list of actions an entity can take to constitute “actual progress” in relation to a parcel acquired through eminent domain. Removes the requirement that 25% of the taxes collected on motor vehicle sales be deposited into the foundation school fund. The bill would now require these taxes to be deposited into the general revenue fund but the amount to be deposited could never exceed the amount deposited to the general revenue fund under this section in the state fiscal year ending August 31, 2013. All remaining funds would then be deposited into the state highway fund. Provides that a governmental entity that enters into a construction contract must require that the contractor ensure that all employees working on the general construction site that is the subject of the construction contract 6

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Last Action Taken Companions

4-23-13 H No action taken in House Appropriations

2-13-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Government Efficiency and

SB 167 (Deuell)

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HB 514

1-15-13

HarperBrown

Tax Code § 152.122

HB 557

1-16-13

Gonzales

Transp. Code § 504.011, .943

HB 562

1-16-13

N. Gonzalez

Transp. Code § 228.054, .060

Summary have completed an OSHA approved, construction and general industry safety training class that is at least 10 hours in duration. Directs the Comptroller, beginning Sept. 1, 2013, to deposit 75% of the taxes collected on motor vehicle sales into the state highway fund and 25% to the general revenue fund. The percentage deposited to the state highway fund would increase by 5% each fiscal year through 2018, at which time 100% of motor vehicle sales taxes would be deposited into the state highway fund. Note: This is similar to Rep. Harper-Brown’s HB 2527 from last session. Requires the DMV to issue only one license plate for attachment to the rear of the a passenger car or light truck.

Provides that during the period a declaration of a state of disaster is in effect, a toll may not be collected on a toll project located in the area 7

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Last Action Taken Companions Reform

2-13-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations

2-13-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation 3-19-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

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HB 563

1-16-13

Guillen

Transp. Code § 473.001.203

HB 567

1-16-13

W. Smith

Transp. Code § 541.201

HB 625

1-23-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 504.943

HB 657

1-23-13

Lavender

Transp. Code § 504.011,

Summary designated by the executive order or proclamation declaring the state of disaster. Provides for the creation of a shale transportation district to plan, coordinate, and provide financial assistance for road projects. Amends the definition of an authorized emergency vehicle to include an emergency medical services vehicle authorized under an emergency medical services provider license issued by the Department of State Health Services and operating under a contract with an emergency services district that requires the emergency medical services provider to respond to emergency calls with the vehicle (and would in turn require tolling entities to exempt such vehicles from tolls). Creates a penalty for the operation of a vehicle without a license plate (misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed $200) Requires the DMV to issue only one 8

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Last Action Taken Companions

3-13-13 H Committee action pending House Special Purpose Districts 5-08-13 S Meeting set for 8:00 A.M., E1.016 Senate Transportation

5-08-13 S Meeting set for 8:00 A.M., E1.016 Senate Transportation 3-12-13 H

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.943

license plate for attachment to the rear of the a vehicle. Provides that a governmental entity contracting with a contractor must require the contractor and any subcontractor to provide at least a 15minute paid rest break for every four hours of work to each employee performing work under the contract and that employees not work more than three hours and 30 minutes without a rest break. The governmental entity may impose a penalty of $100 per day for each employee who is required to work without a rest break if a violation of this requirement occurs after an initial notice of a confirmed violation is provided to the contractor. Provides for the reallocation of motor vehicle sales tax revenue from the general revenue fund to the state highway fund. Beginning in 2015, the allocation would equal 10% of the tax revenue collected for that year and would increase by 10% on an annual

HB 731

1-25-13

Raymond

Gov’t Code § 2252.907

HB 782

1-29-13

Phillips

Tax Code § 152.1223

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Last Action Taken Companions Committee action pending House Transportation 3-12-13 H Committee action pending House Business and Industry

2-20-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations

SB 341 (Rodriguez)

SB 287 (Nichols)

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HB 802

1-29-13

Rose

Transp. Code § 541.201

HB 1054

2-6-13

Lavender

Transp. Code § 222.201.208

HB 1102

2-7-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 201.623

Summary basis until 2024 when the allocation would be 100%. These funds could only be used for the purposes authorized for use of the motor fuels tax under the Texas Constitution or to repay the principal and interest on TxDOT general obligation bonds (Prop 12 bonds). The current motor vehicle sales tax revenue totals approximately $3 billion per year. Amends the definition of an authorized emergency vehicle to include a county-owned or countyleased emergency management vehicle that has been designated or authorized by the commissioners court (and would in turn require tolling entities to exempt such vehicles from tolls). Removes TxDOT’s authority to operate or transfer a nontolled highway or segment to a toll facility. Requires TxDOT to develop a complete streets policy that provides guidelines for addressing the safety, accessibility, and mobility of users of streets and highways, including 10

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Last Action Taken Companions

4-04-13 S Received in the Senate - Not referred

SB 159 (Carona)

4-02-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation 4-16-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

SB 1029 (Campbell)

SB 565 (Ellis)

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pedestrians, bicyclists, persons with disabilities, children, senior citizens, users of public transportation, movers of commercial goods, and motorists. Development of TxDOT and local authority projects which complete environmental review after Sept. 1, 2013, must comply with the policy unless bicycles and pedestrians are prohibited by law from using the roadway.

HB 1105

2-7-13

HarperBrown

Tax Code § 163.502, .5025, .5045

HB 1123

2-8-13

Herrero

Transp. Code § 372.053

Note: Substantially similar to HB 1105 from the 81st Legislative Session. Directs the comptroller to deposit the percentage of tax collected on fuel used in motorboats that currently goes to the general revenue fund into the state highway fund and repeals the provision allowing for the use of these funds by the Parks and Wildlife Department. Reallocates the tax on undyed diesel fuel from the general revenue fund to the state highway fund. Provides that a toll project entity may implement an electronic toll collection 11

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2-19-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations

4-30-13 H Recommended for

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Summary discount program for certain veterans.

HB 1134

2-8-13

Darby

Transp. Code §§ 223.205, 366.404, 370.308

Amends statutory provisions applicable to CDAs entered into by RMAs, RTAs, and TxDOT to provide that the performance and payment bond provided by a private entity entering into CDA must be issued by a corporate surety authorized to issue bonds in Texas. Further states that if the cost of the CDA exceeds $250,000 and it is impracticable to require the private entity to provide security in the amount of the project, the security amount may be set at or above $250,000, thereby limiting the discretion to set the security amount. Clarifies that the security may not cover the portion of a CDA which includes only design or planning services, the performance of preliminary studies, or the acquisition of real property. Provides that in regard to the list of permissible forms of alternative security that may be accepted, an irrevocable bank letter of credit must be from a United States 12

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Last Action Taken Companions Local and Consent Calendar 5-02-13 H Passed to third reading

SB 638 (Paxton)

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domiciled bank and removes “any other form of security determined to be suitable” from the list.

HB 1178

2-11-13

Gooden

Code Crim. Proc. §§ 4.14, 14.03, 45.019; Gov’t Code § 29.003

HB 1198

2-12-13

Raymond

Transp. Code § 502.4011

Note: Substantially similar to HB 2302 from the 82nd Legislative Session. Provides that the territorial limits for which a municipal court has concurrent jurisdiction with the justice court of a precinct in which the municipality is located in all criminal cases includes a segment of a highway or street that is partially located within a municipality or abuts property located in a municipality. Further states that the jurisdiction of a peace officer employed by the municipality includes these areas of a highway or street. Allows the commissioners court of a county located on an international border and that has a population of more than 60,000 and less than 300,000 (Webb County) to impose a fee, not to exceed $10, for registering a vehicle in the county. This fee may be imposed in addition to the $10 13

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4-29-13 H Voted favorably from committee on House Criminal Jurisprudence

5-02-13 H Passed on local calendar (Vote: Y:147/N: 0)

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HB 1250

2-13-13

Frank

Gov’t Code § 2206.001

HB 1290

2-13-13

Phillips

Transp. Code § 222.111

Summary optional county registration fee that is currently authorized for all counties. Fee revenue would be credited to the county road and bridge fund. The fee may not be imposed or increased unless approved by a majority of the voters of the county voting at an election called by the county judge for that purpose. Provides that private property acquired through eminent domain or through a bona fide offer to purchase must initially be used for the public use for which it was acquired. Excludes real property interest acquired for the production, gathering, treating, processing, transportation, or distribution of oil, gas, or other petroleum products. Provides that real property interest acquired through eminent domain may be initially used for a use other than the use for which the property was acquired if certain efforts are first made to sell the property to the original owner. Allows the governing bodies of two or more local governments that have 14

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Last Action Taken Companions

4-16-13 H Reported from committee as substituted House Land and Resource Management

4-18-13 S Referred to Senate

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HB 1309

2-14-13

Author

Guillen

Code Section(s) Affected

Tax Code § 163.001.152

Summary designated a TRZ to enter into an agreement to provide for the joint administration of two or more adjacent TRZs. They may create establish a joint tax increment account for the TRZs or separate accounts for the maintenance of funds if the TRZs are created by both counties and municipalities. Provides for the creation a vehicle mile tax (VMT) to be deposited into a road construction account in the state highway fund. The VMT rate would be 1 cent per mile for vehicles weighing less than 10,000 pounds, 1.25 cents per mile for vehicles weighing more than 10,000 pounds, and .75 cents per mile for electric vehicles and vehicles with a fuel economy of 35 mpg. The total VMT to be imposed would equal the amount calculated for the number of miles traveled minus a credit representing motor fuels taxes paid for the year. The VMT would be calculated annually upon inspection of a vehicle and could be paid in monthly 15

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Last Action Taken Companions Committee on Senate Transportation

2-25-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Ways and Means

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HB 1336

2-14-13

Keffer

Transp. Code § 256.101.103

HB 1384

2-18-13

Bell

Transp. Code § 252.314

HB 1485

2-19-13

Lavender

Transp. Code § 222.036

Summary installments or in a discounted lump sum. Creates a transportation infrastructure fund and makes an initial deposit of $1.4 billion from the economic stabilization fund (rainy day fund) to be administered by TxDOT as a grant program for state or county roads affected in areas of increased energy production. At least 50% of the fund must be used for county transportation infrastructure grant projects. TxDOT may be appropriated no more than 1/10 of the balance of the fund to administer the program. Allows a commissioners court or the county road department to accept donations of labor, money, or other property to aid in the building or maintaining of roads in the county. Permits the governor to waive the state’s right to receive money allocated under the federal-aid highway program and instead elect to receive the portion of the taxes appropriated to the Highway Trust Fund that is attributable to highway 16

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Last Action Taken Companions

3-11-13 H Committee action pending House Appropriations

5-01-13 H Recommended for Local and Consent Calendar 3-28-13 H Reported SB 678 favorably from (Paxton) committee on House Transportation

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HB 1573

2-20-13

McClendon Transp. Code § 502.402

HB 1591

2-20-13

Cortez

Transp. Code §§ 541.201, 546.0065

Summary users in Texas. Directs the comptroller to conduct a study of how the state might benefit from withdrawing from the federal-aid highway program. Expands the types of counties which may impose an optional county fee on vehicle registrations to include a county that contains an advanced transportation district. These counties would deposit the fee revenue collected in a special account in the county general fund which could only be used to fund or pledge for the financing of a transportation project (currently, counties that impose this fee send it to their RMA). Amends the definition of an authorized emergency vehicle to include a public or private ambulance operated by a person who has been issued a license by the Department of State Health Services and a vehicle designated by TxDOT of the Texas Division of Emergency Management that may be operated as an authorized emergency vehicle (and would in turn require tolling entities to exempt such 17

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Last Action Taken Companions

4-24-13 H Recommended for Local and Consent Calendar

4-25-13 H Laid on the table - subject to call - see SB 223

SB 223 (Watson)

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HB 1627

2-21-13

HarperBrown

Tax Code §§ 162.503.505; Educ. Code § 43.001

HB 1654

2-21-13

Lavender

Transp. Code §§ 541.201, 546.0065

HB 1675

2-21-13

Bonnen

Transp. Code § 201.204

HB 1716

2-22-13

Pickett

Transp. Code §§ 222.105-.110

Summary vehicles from tolls). Removes the Available School Fund from the sources which receive proceeds of the gasoline, diesel fuel, and liquefied gas tax.

Amends the definition of an authorized emergency vehicle to include a public or private ambulance operated by a person who has been issued a license by the Department of State Health Services and a vehicle designated by TxDOT of the Texas Division of Emergency Management that may be operated as an authorized emergency vehicle. (and would in turn require tolling entities to exempt such vehicles from tolls). Amends the Sunset review schedule for certain agencies including changing the Sunset date for TxDOT from 2015 to 2017. Amends various provisions related to transportation reinvestment zones including clarifying that the pledge or assignment may not be rescinded until 18

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3-04-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations 03-04-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Homeland Security and Public Safety

4-29-13 S Received in the Senate - Not referred

SB 207 (Nichols)

4-24-13 H Laid on the table - subject to call - see SB 1110

SB 1110 (Nichols)

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HB 1749

2-25-13

Perry

Gov’t Code § 551.127

HB 1878

2-26-13

McClendon Tax Code § 152.122

HB 1879

2-26-13

McClendon Transp. Code § 623.0111

HB 1880

2-26-13

McClendon Transp. Code § 623.0111

Summary the contractual commitments which are the subject of the pledge or assignment have been satisfied. Removes the requirement that a sales tax TRZ only be used on a passthrough project. Provides that only the member of the governing body presiding over the meeting, rather than a quorum of the governing body, must be physically present in the location posted in the meeting notice for a meeting held by videoconference. Directs the comptroller to deposit $25 million of motor vehicle related tax revenue each state fiscal year to the credit of the Texas rail relocation and improvement fund. Provides for the deposit of commercial motor vehicle permit fees to the Texas rail relocation and improvement fund. These fees are currently deposited into the state highway fund. Provides for the deposit of $25 million of commercial motor vehicle permit fees to the Texas rail relocation and improvement fund. Removes the 19

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4-18-13 H Recommended for Local and Consent Calendar

4-23-13 H Reported from committee as substituted House Transportation 3-26-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation 3-26-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

SB 984 (Ellis)

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HB 1881

2-26-13

McClendon Transp. Code § 623.0111

HB 1959

2-27-13

Cortez

Gov’t Code § 1231.151 .154

HB 1964

2-27-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 201.6035

Summary current fee structure for commercial motor vehicle permits. Provides for the deposit of $25 million of commercial motor vehicle permit fees to the Texas rail relocation and improvement fund of the remaining amount after deposit of the fees to the state highway fund.. Creates a debt retirement fund for the purpose of calling or purchasing for the purpose of retiring a public security evidencing a state debt other than a self-supporting debt. Implements powers granted by Congress under MAP-21 which would permit TxDOT to assume the responsibilities of the USDOT with respect to duties under NEPA and with respect to duties under other federal environmental laws. These responsibilities include entering into agreements with the USDOT related to designating categorical exclusions from federally required environmental assessments or impact statements for highway projects or the federal surface transportation project delivery 20

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3-26-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

3-18-13 H Committee action pending House Appropriations 5-02-13 H Laid on the table - subject to call - see SB 466

SB 466 (Hinojosa)

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HB 1985

2-27-13

McClendon Transp. Code § 222.001

HB 2043

2-28-13

Pickett

Transp. Code §§ 201.943, .946

HB 2190

3-4-13

Turner

Gov’t Code §§ 572.022, .023, .032

Summary program for the delivery of highway, railroad, public transportation, and multimodal projects. Waives sovereign immunity to suit in federal court and from liability with regard to the compliance, discharge, or enforcement of any USDOT responsibility assumed by TxDOT. Provides that money in the state highway fund not used for improvement the state highway system; mitigation of adverse environmental effects; or for policing state highways, may be used to provide funding for the Texas rail relocation and improvement fund. Prohibits the Transportation Commission from issuing obligations under the Texas Mobility Fund and allows for money in the TMF to be used to repay the principal of and interest on certain obligations. Amends certain requirements of the contents of and public access to personal financial statements filed by public officials. Expands the range of the amounts needed to be reported by 21

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3-26-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

3-07-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations 3-12-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Affairs

SB 1626 (Davis)

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HB 2202

3-4-13

Pickett

Transp. Code §§ 501, 502, 503, 504, 520, 621, 623, 643, 645, 646, 681, 683, 1001

HB 2204

3-4-13

Pickett

Transp. Code § 545.353

Summary category; requires the reporting of the actual face value of cash or a cash equivalent reported as a gift; requires a statement to include the dollar value of the shares of stock held, rather than the current requirement of only the number of shares; requires that the statement be posted on the Ethics Commission’s website. Creates the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles fund for the purpose of supporting the DMV's operations and the administration and enforcement of the DMV's functions or to pay the accounting costs and related liabilities for the fund, including fringe benefits, workers' compensation, and unemployment compensation and provides for the deposit of certain DMV related fees into the fund which currently are deposited to the state highway fund. Permits TxDOT to establish a variable speed limit program to allow the temporary lowering of a prima facie speed limit to address inclement weather, congestion, road 22

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5-03-13 H Set on the House Calendar

5-02-13 H Passed on local calendar (Vote: Y:147/N: 0)

SB 1288 (Williams)

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HB 2247

3-4-13

Author

HarperBrown

Code Section(s) Affected

Transp. Code §§ 366.003, .004, .033, .034, .036-.038, .071.073, .111, .113, .114, .117, .118, .162, .163, .168-.170, .173, .175, .176, .182, .251, .302, .303, .407, .409, 222.108, 222.110

Summary construction, or any other condition that affects the safe and orderly movement of traffic on a roadway for which TxDOT has authority to establish a speed limit. Amends numerous provisions in Chapter 366 of the Transportation Code relating to Regional Tollway Authorities including authorizing the transfer of revenue from one or more turnpike projects to a general fund of the authority to be used for any purpose authorized under Chapter 366, pay a property owner by means of a participation payment (a percentage of one or more identified fees related to a segment constructed by the authority) for an interest in real property, and allows an authority to enter into agreements with other governmental entities to pledge revenue for the issuance of bonds, whether inside or outside the authorities’ jurisdiction. Amends the definition of a transportation project under a TRZ to include a turnpike or system of a Regional Tollway Authority. Allows 23

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4-09-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

SB 1018 (Carona)

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HB 2278

3-4-13

Phillips

Transp. Code §§ 201.115, 222001, .002, .073; Tax Code § 151.801

HB 2300

3-4-13

Keffer

Transp. Code §§ 222.01071, 22.110, 252.314

HB

3-4-13

Pickett

Transp. Code § 502.360

Summary a funds from a sales tax TRZ to be used for aesthetic improvements within the zone as well as the project for which the zone was created. Directs the taxes collected on the sale, storage, or use of new and used motor vehicle tires and new and used motor vehicle parts to be deposited to the credit of the state highway fund. Removes functions of DPS from the permissible uses of the state highway fund and provides that money in the state highway find may only be used to improve the state highway system. The Act is only effective upon the passage of HJR 108. Provides for the creation of a County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone for an area is affected by oil and gas exploration and production activities. The zones are similar in structure to the current statute relating to Transportation Reinvestment Zones. The bill would allow for ad valorem and sales tax Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zones. Provides for the imposition of an 24

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4-10-13 H Committee action pending House Appropriations

5-02-13 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate Transportation

3-11-13 H

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HB 2340

3-5-13

Parker

HB 2346

3-5-13

Zedler

Code Section(s) Affected

Summary

additional $50 fee at the time of application for registration or renewal of registration of a motor vehicle. This fee would be deposited into the Texas Mobility Fund. Gov’t Code §§ 490D.001 Established the Texas First Investment -.008 Fund which would consists of public and private investment capital invested in exchange for securities issued by the fund. All investments of fund assets must be directly related to developing or maintaining infrastructure, including toll roads, that has the potential for producing a return on investment for fund investors. Transp. Code § 504.946 Creates an offense (Class B misdemeanor) for using, selling, offering to sell, purchasing, or even possessing a license plate flipper device. The device is defined as a mechanical device installed on a vehicle designed to switch between two or more license plates for the purpose of allowing the vehicle operator to change the license plate displayed on the vehicle or to flip the 25

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4-16-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

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HB 2423

3-5-13

Martinez

Transp. Code §§ 463.001-.364

HB 2493

3-5-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 223.201

HB 2580

3-6-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 171A.001 - 171A.301

HB 2585

3-6-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 203.092

Summary plate so that the numbers are not visible. Allows for the creation of a regional transit authority by a county contiguous to the Gulf of Mexico or a bay or inlet opening into the gulf and bordering the United Mexican States and a county that borders one of those counties. Generally these authorities would be able to acquire, construct, develop, plan, own, operate, and maintain a public transportation system. Allows TxDOT to enter into a comprehensive development agreement for the State Highway 114 managed lanes project from State Highway 183 to State Highway 121.

4-29-13 H Voted favorably from committee as substituted House Special Purpose Districts

3-12-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation Allows municipalities to create freight 5-02-13 H Passed rail districts that have the powers of on local calendar rural rail transportation districts. (Vote: Y:147/N: 0) Removes the current expiration date of 5-02-13 H Passed Sept. 1, 2013 from the provisions (Vote: Y:131/N: stating TxDOT and a utility must 16) share equally the cost of the relocation of a utility facility that is required by 26

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SB 1327 (Paxton)

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HB 2680

3-6-13

Guillen

Transp. Code § 222.054, .078

HB

3-6-13

Deshotel

Transp. Code § 222.108

Summary the improvement of a nontolled highway to add one or more tolled lanes, required by the improvement of a nontolled highway that has been converted to a turnpike project or toll project, or is required by the construction on a new location of a turnpike project or toll project or the expansion of such a turnpike project or toll project. Requires TxDOT to use private sector engineering-related services to conduct an independent analysis of a project prior to providing financing to a political subdivision for a highway or road project. Directs TxDOT to develop programs to educate local transportation planning entities about financing mechanisms and structures available to political subdivisions for highway or road projects. Creates an economically driven mobility project subaccount in the State Infrastructure Bank to finance projects selected as economically driven using the process and criteria developed under the bill. Creates statutory framework for port 27

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3-18-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations

5-01-13 H Laid on

SB 971

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HB 2743

3-6-13

Phillips

HB 2796

3-7-13

Raymond

HB 2800

3-7-13

Raymond

Code Section(s) Affected

Summary

authorities to create transportation reinvestment zones for the development of port projects. Transp. Code §§ Clarifies a RMA’s ability to perform 370.033, .161, .181 certain actions related to transportation projects outside of its area of jurisdiction. Transp. Code § 222.054 States that a TxDOT joint participation agreement with local governments for a highway improvement project must allow a local government to perform maintenance on interstate highways located within the boundaries of the local government under a contract with TxDOT in which the TxDOT reimburses the local government for the maintenance and limit the amount a local government may be held responsible under an agreement for right-of-way acquisition and utility relocation to not more than 10 percent over TxDOT’s original estimate for the acquisition or relocation. Transp. Code § 473.001 - Creates a transportation infrastructure 473.003 fund with distributions made to counties in proportion to the number of oil and gas well completions in the 28

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(Williams)

5-01-13 H Laid on the table - subject to call - see SB 1489 4-09-13 H Not heard in committee House Transportation

SB 1489 (Watson)

3-20-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on

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HB 2815

3-7-13

Burkett

Transp. Code § 366.186

HB 2870

3-7-13

Capriglione Transp. Code § 371.052

HB 2921

3-7-13

Orr

Transp. Code § 366.031, .161

HB

3-7-13

Hunter

Gov’t Code §§ 552.002,

Summary county during the preceding three calendar years compared to the total number of oil and gas well completions in the state during the preceding three calendar years Requires a RTA to conduct a study and an analysis of traffic noise in a neighborhood on receipt of a petition requesting the study and to erect a sound barrier wall adjacent to the neighborhood if the study finds that certain decibel levels are exceeded. Repeals the provision which currently provides that before a CDA is entered into, financial forecasts and traffic and revenue reports prepared by or for a toll project entity for the project are confidential and are not subject to disclosure. Provides that a county that is not part of a regional tollway authority and in which a regional tollway project is located becomes part of the authority upon the later of the date construction of the turnpike project begins or September 1, 2013. Prohibits officials from transmitting 29

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4-02-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

4-23-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

5-02-13 H Recommended for Local and Consent Calendar

4-01-13 H

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HB 2958

3-7-13

Leach

Loc. Gov't Code § 271.909

HB 3040

3-7-13

Pickett

Transp. Code § 502.360

Summary electronic communications during public meetings which would include email, Internet postings, text messages, and instant messages. An official would be able to send an electronic message including only administrative or ministerial information or regarding family or emergency matters unrelated to "official business." States that any electronic account, whether official or private, used by an elected official to discuss government business is subject to open records requests. Provides that an agency or instrumentality of a governmental entity (defined as a county, city or other political subdivision) must adhere to the same state laws related to the design and construction of projects, including the procurement of design and construction services, that apply to the governmental entity. Requires an applicant to pay an additional $50 fee at the time of vehicle registration to be deposited to the Texas Mobility Fund. The 30

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4-17-13 H Reported from committee as substituted House Government Efficiency and Reform

3-25-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on

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HB 3048

3-7-13

Phillips

HB 3125

3-7-13

Lucio

Code Section(s) Affected

Transp. Code §§ 228.060 - 228.062; 228.301 228.306; 366.451 366.457; 370.451 370.459; 502.011 Transp. Code § 623.219

Summary Commission is required to distribute the proceeds of obligations secured by revenue from the new fees to each MPO and each county not in the area of an MPO according to the fee revenue collected in the area of each MPO and each county. Proceeds may be used for transportation projects that relieve congestion, improve safety, or address air quality and may not be used to fund toll projects. Enhance remedies to include methods such as vehicle registration renewal block and additional penalties for use of toll facilities by chronic violators.

House Appropriations

4-30-13 H Laid on the table - subject to call - see SB 1792

Amends the route designations under 5-02-13 H Passed the subchapter granting the Port of on local calendar Brownsville authority to issue oversize (Vote: Y:147/N: 0) or overweight vehicle permit. Once SH 32 is completed, the Transportation Commission, with the consent of the Port of Brownsville, would be required to designate the most direct route from the Free Trade International Bridge to the entrance of the Port of Brownsville using FM 509, 31

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HB 3126

3-7-13

Lucio

Transp. Code § 502.402

HB 3129

3-7-13

Lucio

Transp. Code § 223.201

HB 3130

3-7-13

Lucio

Transp. Code § 223.2011

Summary US Highways 77 and 83, SH 32, and SH 550. The current statutory authority allows for a permit to be issued not exceeding $80 per trip which is deposited into the State Highway Fund for the maintenance and improvement of the state highways subject to this particular subchapter. Increases the amount of the optional county vehicle registration fee that may be imposed by Cameron County to not more than $20 and provides that the fee imposed by Hidalgo County remains at the current amount of $10. Extends the expiration date for the authority of the CCRMA to enter into a CDA for the Outer Parkway Project and the South Padre Island Second Access Causeway Project to August 31, 2017. Exempts the he Outer Parkway Project and the South Padre Island Second Access Causeway Project from the requirement that environmental clearance be obtained by August 31, 2013 32

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4-29-13 H Recommended for Local and Consent Calendar

4-16-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

3-19-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation

SB 1319 (Lucio)

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Code Section(s) Affected Tax Code §§ 152.122; 162.102, .1021, .103, .202, .2021, .203; Transp. Code §§ 222.0015; 502.251-.254

Summary Directs the Comptroller, beginning Sept. 1, 2014, to deposit 25% of the taxes collected on motor vehicle sales into the state highway fund and 75% to the general revenue fund. The percentage deposited to the state highway fund would increase by 5% each fiscal year through 2019, at which time 50% of motor vehicle sales taxes would be deposited into the state highway fund. Raises the gasoline tax from 20 to 25 cents a gallon, then to 30 cents a gallon effective January 1, 2016. Also effective January 1, 2016, the gasoline tax is increased or decreased on January 1 of each year by a percentage equal to the “highway cost index percentage change,” defined as the percentage increase or decrease in the average price of materials and labor compiled by TxDOT and incorporated into state highway projects. Provides that the additional money deposited to the state highway fund and additional gas tax money resulting from the bill may be used only for acquiring ROW and 33

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Last Action Taken Companions 4-10-13 H Committee action pending House Appropriations

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HB 3291

3-8-13

Martinez

Transp. Code § 370.3052

HB 3343

3-8-13

Kolkhorst

Transp. Code §§ 228.012, .053, .104, .105, .006, .109; 366.113; 370.113; 372.054; 366.003, .037, .175

HB

3-8-13

Callegari

Transp. Code § 222.007

Summary planning, designing, and constructing nontolled improvements to the SHS. Increases the motorcycle or moped registration fee and the fees for registration of overweight vehicles. Authorizes the HCRMA to enter into a CDA relating to improvements to the Hidalgo County Loop IBTC and commuter rail. Provides that a toll project becomes part of the SHS and must be maintained by the Commission without tolls when the costs of acquisition and construction have been paid and all bonds and interest secured by the revenues of the project have been paid or a sufficient amount for payment of all bonds and interest has been set aside. Prohibits a TPE from amending a financing agreement in a manner that would extend the date by which a toll project would become part of the SHS. Removes references to use of “surplus revenues” of toll projects in Chapters 228, 366, and 370. Permits TxDOT to issue up to $3 34

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4-16-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation 4-23-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

3-19-13 H

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HB 3391

3-8-13

Phillips

Transp. Code §§ 223.201, .2011

HB 3393

3-8-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 223.201

Summary billion in general obligation bonds, subject to passage of the accompanying constitutional amendment (HJR 139), to pay all or part of the costs of constructing, reconstructing, acquiring, and expanding state highways, including any necessary design and acquisition of rights-of-way; to provide participation by the state in the payment of part of the costs of constructing and providing publicly owned toll roads and other publicly owned transportation projects; and certain costs related to administering and issuing the bonds Extends the expiration date for the authority of TxDOT or a RMA to enter into a CDA for certain projects and states TxDOT may enter into not more than 10 CDAs in each state fiscal biennium. Amends the list of projects for which TxDOT may enter into a CDA to include the state Highway 183 managed lanes project in Tarrant County from State Highway 121 to 35

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4-29-13 H Laid on the table - subject to call - see SB 1730

4-16-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

SB 1730 (Nichols)

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HB 3397

3-8-13

Author

Bonnen

Code Section(s) Affected

Spec. Dist. Code §§ 2.001 - 2.006

Summary Interstate Highway 35E, including certain portions of State Highway 114 and Loop 12. Creates a self-evaluation procedure for certain special districts which are defined as a political subdivision that has limited geographic area, is created by local law or under general law for a special purpose, and is authorized to impose a tax, assessment, or fee. Provides that at least once every six years, the governing body of a special district, that has outstanding debt or imposed a tax, assessment, or fee, must conduct a comprehensive review of the district. The governing body must publish a written self-evaluation report including certain specific information which is specified in the statute and must post the report on its website. The governing body must also conduct a public hearing at which persons interested in the continuation or dissolution of the district are given the opportunity to be heard. The governing body must conclude the first comprehensive review cycle 36

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5-02-13 H Passed on local calendar (Vote: Y:147/N: 0)

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required under Chapter 2 not later than September 1, 2014.

HB 3416

3-8-13

Flynn

Gov’t Code § 1201.0245

HB 3560

3-8-13

Anchia

Transp. Code § 366.263

Note this is substantially similar to SB 867 by Sen. Paxton. Prohibits a county, municipality, special district, school district, junior college district, or other political subdivision from issuing capital appreciation bonds. Requires members of the board of directors of a regional tollway authority to file the personal financial statement required by state officers under Subchapter B, Chapter 272, Government Code. Makes failure to file the statement a Class B misdemeanor.

Transp. Code §§ 256.101-.104, .106; 222.01071, .110; 251.005; 252.314

(Note: RMA directors are already subject to this requirement.) Creates a Transportation Infrastructure Fund to be used to fund transportation infrastructure that is intended to alleviate degradation caused by the exploration, development, or production of oil or gas. Provides for

HB 3639

3-8-13

Keffer

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4-18-13 H Committee action pending House Ways and Means

SB 449 (Hinojosa)

4-16-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

3-25-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Energy Resources

SB 1747 (Uresti)

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3-8-13

Author

Harper-

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Transp. Code § 203.096

Summary

the creation by a county of a County Energy Transportation Zone (“CERZ”) (using a model similar to the TRZ model) upon a determination by the commissioners court that an area is affected by oil and gas exploration activities and would benefit from transportation infrastructure funding. Allows a county that forms a CERZ to capture the incremental ad valorem tax revenue and pay it into a tax increment account for the zone. Also allows a county that forms a CERZ to capture the sales tax increment. Creates a grant program pursuant to which TxDOT must distribute the money in the Transportation Infrastructure Fund to CERZs and requires that a CERZ provide matching funds equal to at least 10 percent of the grant amount. Allows a commissioners court or county road department to accept donations of labor, money, or other property to aid in the building or maintaining of roads in the county. Provides that relocation of a 3-21-13 H 38

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Code Section(s) Affected

Summary municipally owned utility for a TxDOT turnpike or toll project must be done at the expense of the state.

HB 3649

3-8-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 228.013

HB 3650

3-8-13

HarperBrown

Transp. Code § 223.301.308

Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation Prohibits TxDOT from substantially 4-16-13 H modifying the scope of a toll project or Committee action the terms or schedule of any contract pending House relating thereto after a committee Transportation designated by Section 228.013(b) determines the project's financial risk, the method of financing for the project, and the tolling structure and methodology unless the committee approves the proposed modification. Authorizes the use of availability 4-11-13 H Reported payments which permits TxDOT to favorably from enter into an agreement with a private committee on entity for the design, development, House financing, construction, maintenance, Transportation or operation of a toll or nontolled facility on the state highway system under which the private entity is compensated through milestone or periodic payments based on the private entity's compliance with performance requirements defined in the agreement. 39

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Code Section(s) Affected Transp. Code §§ 222.0015; 223.202; 502.251-.254

HB

Transp. Code §§

3-8-13

Darby

Summary Provides for a $60 increase in the fees for motor vehicle and trailer registration and directs one-third of the funds to be dedicated to the payment of existing voter authorized transportation debt that existed before September 1, 2013 until such debt is retired and the remaining amount may be used only for acquiring rights-ofway and planning, designing, and constructing nontolled improvements to the state highway system. Prohibits TxDOT from committing funds from the state highway system of mobility fund to pay costs under a CDA unless TxDOT has in place to contract for projects with the private sector in the fiscal year in a minimum amount of $4 billion; spend in the fiscal year a minimum amount of $400 million for private sector engineering services to advance projects to be let directly by TxDOT; and spend in the fiscal year a minimum amount of $250 million in right-of-way acquisition for projects to be let directly by TxDOT. Amends various aspects of the state 40

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4-18-13 H No

SB 1632

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Code Section(s) Affected 222.071-.093

HB 3682

3-8-13

Workman

This is a non-Leg. Council draft that does not include code sections.

HB 3753

3-8-13

Farrar

Transp. Code § 372.101.102

HB 3804

3-8-13

Branch

Gov't Code § 551.006

Summary infrastructure bank related to a revolving fund and providing for credit enhancements. Provides for the transfer of $1.5 billion from the Rainy Day Fund to be used by TxDOT to terminate the CDA relating to construction of or improvements to SH 130, Segments 16 and to convert SH 130 into I-35E. The bill would only take effect if $1.5 billion in matching federal funds are also provided for this purpose. Prohibits a toll project entity from constructing a toll project that intersects with a free road, which includes both streets and highways, unless the toll project is constructed or a traffic control signal is used in a manner that allows traffic on the free road to flow freely without yielding or stopping for toll project traffic. Allows public officials to hold “electronic meetings” using an open, online forum that the public could monitor live. Public officials would be able to communicate about government business by posting on 41

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(Hinojosa)

3-21-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation

4-01-13 H Committee action pending House Government Efficiency and Reform

SB 1297 (Watson)

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HB 3834

3-8-13

HarperBrown

Tax Code § 162.101.128

HB 3835

3-8-13

HarperBrown

This is a non-Leg. Council draft that does not include code sections.

Summary online message boards that are available for the public to see in real time. All posts must include the name and title of the staff member posting the communication. Further, all electronic, written communications would be required to be viewable for 30 days after posting, must be archived for at least two years and are subject to Texas Public Information Act requests. No votes or official actions by members of the board are allowed in these online forums. Provides for the repeal of the state motor fuels tax and directs TxDOT to submit to the Legislature proposals for replacing the tax prior to January 1, 2015.

3-21-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Ways and Means Provides for the deposit to the credit of 3-21-13 H the state highway fund revenues Introduced and obtained from unclaimed refunds on referred to motor fuel taxes, motor vehicle sales committee on tax, motor vehicle rental tax, motor House vehicle certificates, revenues allocated Appropriations to the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan, and personalized license plate 42

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HB 3836

3-8-13

HarperBrown

This is a non-Leg. Council draft that does not include code sections.

HB 3849

3-8-13

Anchia

Transp. Code §§ 201.612, .623; 364.001, .004

HJR 22

11-12-12

Pickett

Const. Art. VIII, § 7-a

Summary fees. Directs the DMV to establish a statewide program to assess owners of electric motor vehicles and liquefied fuel motor vehicles a vehicle mileage fee that is based on the number of miles traveled. Provides for the creation of a Texas Superports Program to enhance Texas' international bridges and border crossings to better service international cargo and passenger traffic. Provides authority to a county bordering the Rio Grande, acting through the commissioners court of the county, as a part of its road and bridge system to acquire a toll bridge by public-private partnership agreement. Seeks to end the diversion of the revenue from motor fuels taxes for the payment of principal and interest on county and road district bonds or warrants voted or issued prior to January 2, 1939, and declared eligible prior to January 2, 1945, for payment out of the County and Road District 43

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4-10-13 H Committee action pending House Appropriations

3-21-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House International Trade/Intergov Affairs

2-06-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Ways and Means

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Highway Fund. Provides for a reduction in funding for diversions by 20 percent each biennium, contingent upon general revenue being three times higher than the amount of diversions from the preceding biennium.

HJR 29

HJR 63

11-12-12

1-16-13

Larson

Guillen

Const. Art. VIII, §§ 7-a, 7-b

Const. Art. III, §§49-

Note: Substantially similar to HJR 64 from last session. Provides that ¾ of the net revenue from motor fuels taxes shall be used for the sole purpose of acquiring ROW and constructing and maintaining public roadways; eliminates the constitutional authority to use motor fuel tax revenues for supervision of traffic and safety. (Remaining ¼ of net revenues still allocated to Available School Fund.) Includes a temporary provision stating that the amendment does not apply until FY 2015. Note: Substantially similar to HJR 84 from last session. Directs the comptroller to transfer the 44

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4-18-13 H No action taken in House Appropriations

3-13-13 H

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HJR 68

1-29-13

Phillips

Const. Art. VIII, § 7-e

HJR 83

2-13-13

Hughes

Const. Art. VIII, § 25

Summary difference between the net amount of oil production taxes (Sections 49g(d)) and gas production taxes (Sections 49-g(e)) received in the preceding year and the amount of those taxes received in the fiscal year ending August 31, 1999 to the State Highway fund to be used for construction, reconstruction, acquisition, and expansion of roads in a county in which a part of a shale formation is located. Providing for a constitutional amendment and ballot language relating to the motor vehicle sales tax revenue allocation to the state highway fund to be used for the purposes authorized for use of the motor fuels tax under the Texas Constitution or to repay the principal and interest on TxDOT general obligation bonds (Prop 12 bonds). States that an affirmative record vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house of the legislature on final consideration in each house is required for passage of a bill that 45

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2-18-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations

SJR 20 (Nichols)

2-25-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Ways and

SJR 27 (Birdwell)

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HJR 95

2-21-13

HarperBrown

Const. Art. VIII, § 7-a

HJR 106

3-1-13

Callegari

Const. Art. VIII, § 25

HJR 107

3-4-13

Pickett

Const. Art. VIII, § 7-a. Art. III, § 49-k(e)

Summary imposes a new state tax or increases the rate of an existing state tax above the rate in effect on the date the bill was filed. Seeks to end the diversion of the revenue from motor fuels taxes for the payment of principal and interest on county and road district bonds or warrants voted or issued prior to January 2, 1939, and declared eligible prior to January 2, 1945, for payment out of the County and Road District Highway Fund and by removing the allocation to the Available School Fund. States that an affirmative record vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house of the legislature on final consideration in each house is required for passage of a bill that imposes a new state tax or increases the rate of an existing state tax above the rate in effect on the date the bill was filed. Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing the legislature to impose an additional motor vehicle registration 46

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3-4-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations

3-7-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Ways and Means

3-11-13 H Introduced and referred to

SJR 27 (Birdwell)

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HJR 108

3-4-13

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Phillips

Code Section(s) Affected

Const. Art. VIII, §§ 7-a, 7-b

Summary fee, the revenue from which would be deposited to the credit of the Texas Mobility Fund. Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the use of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees and motor fuels taxes for the payment of principal and interest on certain county and road district bonds or warrants and the policing of roadways. Further provides that in a biennium, revenue from these fees and taxes may not be used for the purpose of policing public roadways in an amount that exceeds the lesser of the total amount of those funds appropriated for purposes other than acquiring rights of way or constructing or maintaining roadways in the preceding biennium or 25 percent less than the amount appropriated for that purpose in the preceding biennium if the comptroller’s anticipated revenue estimate from all sources for the biennium exceeds the total amount of revenue from all sources for the preceding biennium by more than 47

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three times the amount of the reduction.

HJR 136

3-7-13

Harless

Tex. Const. Art. VIII, Sec. 7-a

Similar to SJR 31 by Sen. Davis. Proposes a constitutional amendment which would implement HB 3157 if passes that deposits 25% of the taxes collected on motor vehicle sales into the state highway fund and 75% to the general revenue fund. The percentage deposited to the state highway fund would increase by 5% each fiscal year through 2019, at which time 50% of motor vehicle sales taxes would be deposited into the state highway fund. Raises the gasoline tax from 20 to 25 cents a gallon, then to 30 cents a gallon effective January 1, 2016. Also effective January 1, 2016, the gasoline tax is increased or decreased on January 1 of each year by a percentage equal to the “highway cost index percentage change,” defined as the percentage increase or decrease in the average price of materials and labor compiled by TxDOT and incorporated into state highway projects. Provides 48

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4-10-13 H Committee action pending House Appropriations

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HJR 139

3-8-13

Callegari

SB 14

2-7-13

Williams

Code Section(s) Affected

Summary

that the additional money deposited to the state highway fund and additional gas tax money resulting from the bill may be used only for acquiring ROW and planning, designing, and constructing nontolled improvements to the SHS. Increases the motorcycle or moped registration fee and the fees for registration of overweight vehicles. Tex. Const. Art. III, Sec. Authorizes TxDOT to issue up to $3 49-q billion in general obligation bonds to fund the construction or provision of a tolled or nontolled project, the primary purpose of which is to preserve or facilitate the movement of people or goods by any mode of transportation which include includes buildings, structures, parking areas, appurtenances, rights-of-way, rolling stock, and other property needed for the project, but does not include a project that is primarily for recreational purposes. Gov’t Code §§ 1202.008, Provides numerous fiscal transparency 1231.062; Loc. Gov’t and accountability provisions Code §§ 140.005, including additional financial 271.049; Edu. Code § reporting requirements, ballot 49

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3-19-13 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Appropriations

3-18-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

HB 14 (Pitts)

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SB 159

1/4/13

Carona

Transp. Code § 541.201

SB 167

1-9-13

Deuell

Gov’t Code § 2252.907

SB 180

1-16-13

Van de Putte

Prop. Code § 21.0114, .023, .101, .1015, .102, .1021

Summary proposition requirements for the issuance of debt and self-evaluations by special districts. Amends the definition of an authorized emergency vehicle to include a county-owned or countyleased emergency management vehicle that has been designated or authorized by the commissioners court (and would in turn require tolling entities to exempt such vehicles from tolls). Provides that a governmental entity that enters into a construction contract must require that the contractor ensure that all employees working on the general construction site that is the subject of the construction contract have completed an OSHA approved, construction and general industry safety training class that is at least 10 hours in duration. Provides that an entity with eminent domain authority that makes a bona fide offer to acquire property must state with specificity in the initial and final offers the public use for which the entity intends to acquire the 50

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4-16-13 H Referred to House Committee on House Homeland Security and Public Safety

HB 802 (Rose)

1-29-13 S HB 493 Introduced and (Hernandez referred to Luna) committee on Senate State Affairs

1-29-13 S HB 476 Introduced and (Kolkhorst) referred to committee on Senate State Affairs

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SB 223

1-22-13

Watson

Transp. Code §541.201

SB 287

1-29-13

Nichols

Tax Code § 152.1223

Summary property. The bill further states that a person from whom a real property interest is acquired by an entity through eminent domain for a public use, or that person’s heirs, successors, or assigns, is entitled to repurchase the property if the initial use of the property is not the public use for which the property was acquired. The bill also removes certain actions from the list of actions an entity can take to constitute “actual progress” in relation to a parcel acquired through eminent domain Amends the definition of an authorized emergency vehicle to include a public or private ambulance operated by a person who has been issued a license by the Department of State Health Services and a vehicle designated by TxDOT of the Texas Division of Emergency Management that may be operated as an authorized emergency vehicle. (and would in turn require tolling entities to exempt such vehicles from tolls). Provides for the reallocation of motor 51

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5-01-13 G Sent to the Governor

HB 1591 (Cortez)

4-02-13 S

HB 782

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SB 300

1-30-13

Author

Uresti

Code Section(s) Affected

Transp. Code § 256.101.103

Summary vehicle sales tax revenue from the general revenue fund to the state highway fund. Beginning in 2015, the allocation would equal 10% of the tax revenue collected for that year and would increase by 10% on an annual basis until 2024 when the allocation would be 100%. These funds could only be used for the purposes authorized for use of the motor fuels tax under the Texas Constitution or to repay the principal and interest on TxDOT general obligation bonds (Prop 12 bonds). The current motor vehicle sales tax revenue totals approximately $3 billion per year. Provides for the creation of a transportation infrastructure fund to assist counties in the construction, reconstruction, or maintenance of transportation infrastructure intended to alleviate degradation caused by the exploration, development, or production of oil or gas. The fund would be a dedicated account in the general revenue fund with appropriations from the fund to be 52

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3-18-13 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Finance

(Phillips)

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SB 309

1-31-13

Author

Paxton

Code Section(s) Affected

Tax Code §§ 151.801, 162.5045, Transp. Code §§ 201.115, 222.001, .002, .073

Summary administered by TxDOT, which would provide grants to counties. The fund would consist of an amount equal to 25% of the oil and gas production taxes received by the state. The amount of a grant provided to a county in a given fiscal year must be in proportion to the amount of oil and gas production taxes collected in that county for that year. To be eligible to receive a grant, a county must provide matching funds in an amount equal to at least five percent of the amount of the grant. Provides that the proceeds from the collection of the taxes on the sale, storage, or use of new and used motor vehicle tires and new and used motor vehicle parts will be deposited to the credit of the state highway fund. Further provides that taxes that were paid on undyed diesel fuel used for purposes other than to propel a motor vehicle on public highways will be deposited to the state highway fund, rather than the general revenue fund where it is currently deposited. 53

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4-02-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

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SB 341

2-1-13

Author

Rodriguez

Code Section(s) Affected

Gov’t Code § 2252.907

Summary Specifies that TxDOT may use money in the state highway fund to repay a loan only if permissible under the Texas Constitution. Removes the statutory provisions allowing for funds from the state highway fund to be used by the Department of Public Safety to police the state highway system and to administer state laws relating to traffic and safety on public roads. Removes the statutory provision which allowed for money in the state highway fund that is not required to be spent for public roadways by the Texas Constitution or federal law to be used for any function performed by TxDOT. Restricts the use of the State Infrastructure Fund to those purposes permissible for the use of the state highway fund. The current sales tax revenue on tires and other car parts totals approximately $20-25 million per year. Provides that a governmental entity contracting with a contractor must require the contractor and any subcontractor to provide at least a 1554

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02-05-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on

HB 731 (Raymond)

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SB 449

2-8-13

Hinojosa

Gov’t Code § 1201.0245

SB 466

2-11-13

Hinojosa

Transp. Code § 201.6035

Summary minute paid rest break for every four hours of work to each employee performing work under the contract and that employees not work more than three hours and 30 minutes without a rest break. The governmental entity may impose a penalty of $100 per day for each employee who is required to work without a rest break if a violation of this requirement occurs after an initial notice of a confirmed violation is provided to the contractor. Prohibits a county, municipality, special district, school district, junior college district, or other political subdivision from issuing capital appreciation bonds. Exempts transportation projects from this prohibition. Implements powers granted by Congress under MAP-21 which would permit TxDOT to assume the responsibilities of the USDOT with respect to duties under NEPA and with respect to duties under other federal environmental laws. These 55

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4-18-13 H Referred to House Committee on House Ways and Means

HB 3416 (Flynn)

5-02-13 H Passed on local calendar (Vote: Y:147/N: 0)

HB 1964 (HarperBrown)

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SB 477

2-11-13

Author

Hinojosa

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Transp. Code § 632.320.328

Summary responsibilities include entering into agreements with the USDOT related to designating categorical exclusions from federally required environmental assessments or impact statements for highway projects or the federal surface transportation project delivery program for the delivery of highway, railroad, public transportation, and multimodal projects. Waives sovereign immunity to suit in federal court and from liability with regard to the compliance, discharge, or enforcement of any USDOT responsibility assumed by TxDOT. Allows the Transportation Commission to authorize a RMA to issue oversize or overweight vehicle permits for certain roads in Hidalgo County. The bill would only apply to the Hidalgo County RMA as it provides that the RMA must serve the same geographic location as the roads over which the permit is valid. The permit fee may not exceed $80 per trip and may only be used for the construction and maintenance of the 56

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2-13-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Transportation

HB 474 (Munoz)

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SB 565

SB 636

2-14-13

2-18-13

Author

Ellis

Paxton

Code Section(s) Affected

Trans. Code § 201.623

Summary roads specified in the bill and for the RMA’s administrative costs, which may not exceed 15 percent of the fees collected. The RMA is required to provide funds for the maintenance of the state highways specified in the bill. Requires TxDOT to develop a complete streets policy that provides guidelines for addressing the safety, accessibility, and mobility of users of streets and highways, including pedestrians, bicyclists, persons with disabilities, children, senior citizens, users of public transportation, movers of commercial goods, and motorists. Development of TxDOT and local authority projects which complete environmental review after Sept. 1, 2013 must comply with the policy unless bicycles and pedestrians are prohibited by law from using the roadway.

Note: Substantially similar to SB 513 from the 81st Legislative Session. Gov’t Code §§ 1202.008, Requires the Bond Review Board to 1231.001, .024, .062, develop and maintain a computerized 57

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2-20-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Transportation

3-11-13 S Committee action

HB 1102 (HarperBrown)

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SB 638

2-18-13

Author

Paxton

Code Section(s) Affected .104-106

Tax Code §§ 223.205, 366.404, 370.308

Summary database that lists the bond and other debt obligations issued by the state and each local government and is searchable by each local government within a zip code and to provide an annual report to the legislature relating to all outstanding state and local securities. Amends statutory provisions applicable to CDAs entered into by RMAs, RTAs, and TxDOT to provide that the performance and payment bond provided by a private entity entering into CDA must be issued by a corporate surety authorized to issue bonds in Texas. Further states that if the cost of the CDA exceeds $250,000 and it is impracticable to require the private entity to provide security in the amount of the project, the security amount may be set at or above $250,000, thereby limiting the discretion to set the security amount. Clarifies that the security may not cover the portion of a CDA which includes only design or planning services, the performance of 58

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3-20-13 S Committee action pending Senate Transportation

HB 1134 (Darby)

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preliminary studies, or the acquisition of real property. Provides that in regard to the list of permissible forms of alternative security that may be accepted, an irrevocable bank letter of credit must be from a United States domiciled bank and removes “any other form of security determined to be suitable” from the list.

SB 678

2-20-13

Paxton

Transp. Code § 222.036

SB 829

2-26-13

Huffman

Gov’t Code § 2206.003

Note: Substantially similar to HB 2302 from the 82nd Legislative Session. Permits the governor to waive the state’s right to receive money allocated under the federal-aid highway program and instead elect to receive the portion of the taxes appropriated to the Highway Trust Fund that is attributable to highway users in Texas. Directs the comptroller to conduct a study of how the state might benefit from withdrawing from the federal-aid highway program. Provides that private property acquired through eminent domain or through purchase in connection with an initial offer must initially be used for the 59

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3-18-13 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Finance

3-05-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on

HB 1485 (Lavender)

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SB 843

2-26-13

Paxton

Gov’t Code § 403.0241

SB 867

2-26-13

Paxton

Spec. Dist. Code §§ 2.001 - 2.006

Summary public use for which the property was acquired. Requires the comptroller to create and make accessible on the Internet a database containing certain information regarding political subdivisions that are authorized by the state by a general or special law to impose an ad valorem or sales and use tax or to issue bonds, notes, or other obligations. Creates a self-evaluation procedure for certain special districts which are defined as a political subdivision that has limited geographic area, is created by local law or under general law for a special purpose, and is authorized to impose a tax, assessment, or fee. Provides that at least once every three years, the governing body of a special district, must conduct a comprehensive review of the district to determine whether the district should be continued or dissolved. The governing body must publish a written self-evaluation report including certain specific information which is specified 60

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Last Action Taken Companions Senate State Affairs 4-24-13 H Referred to House Committee on House Ways and Means

3-5-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Intergovernmental Relations

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in the statute and must post the report on its website. The governing body must also conduct a public hearing at which persons interested in the continuation or dissolution of the district are given the opportunity to be heard and at the conclusion of the hearing, the governing body must vote on the question of whether the special district should be continued or dissolved. The governing body must conclude the first comprehensive review cycle required under Chapter 2 not later than September 1, 2014.

SB 971

2-28-13

Williams

Transp. Code § 222.108

SB 984

3-1-13

Ellis

Gov’t Code § 551.127

Note this is substantially similar to HB 3397 by Rep. Bonnen Creates statutory framework for port authorities to create transportation reinvestment zones for the development of port projects. Provides that only the member of the governing body presiding over the meeting, rather than a quorum of the governing body, must be physically present in the location posted in the meeting notice for a meeting held by 61

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5-02-13 H Passed (Vote: Y:101/N: 44)

HB 2685 (Deshotel)

5-01-13 H Voted favorably from committee on House Government Efficiency and Reform

HB 1749 (Perry)

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SB 1018

3-4-13

Author

Carona

Code Section(s) Affected Transp. Code §§ 366.003, .004, .033, .034, .036-.038, .071.073, .111, .113, .114, .117, .118, .162, .163, .168-.170, .173, .175, .176, .182, .251, .302, .303, .407, .409, 222.108, 222.110

Summary videoconference. Amends numerous provisions in Chapter 366 of the Transportation Code relating to Regional Tollway Authorities including authorizing the transfer of revenue from one or more turnpike projects to a general fund of the authority to be used for any purpose authorized under Chapter 366, pay a property owner by means of a participation payment (a percentage of one or more identified fees related to a segment constructed by the authority) for an interest in real property, and allows an authority to enter into agreements with other governmental entities to pledge revenue for the issuance of bonds, whether inside or outside the authorities’ jurisdiction. Amends the definition of a transportation project under a TRZ to include a turnpike or system of a Regional Tollway Authority. Allows funds from a sales tax TRZ to be used for aesthetic improvements within the zone as well as the project for which the zone was created. 62

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5-01-13 H Received in the House - Not referred

HB 2247 (HarperBrown)

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Code Section(s) Affected Transp. Code §§ 222.201-.208

SB 1110

3-5-13

Nichols

Transp. Code §§ 222.105-.110

SB 1140

3-5-13

Lucio

SB 1253

3-6-13

Zaffirini

Summary Removes TxDOT’s authority to operate or transfer a nontolled highway or segment to a toll facility.

Amends various provisions related to transportation reinvestment zones including clarifying that the pledge or assignment may not be rescinded until the contractual commitments which are the subject of the pledge or assignment have been satisfied. Removes the requirement that a sales tax TRZ only be used on a passthrough project. Transp. Code §§ 22.073, Provides that the collection of taxes 201.115, 222.001, .002; imposed on the sale, storage, or use of Tax Code §§ 151.0029, new and used motor vehicle tires, new .801, 162.5045 and used motor vehicle parts, and new automotive accessories shall be deposited to the credit of the state highway fund. Removes functions of DPS from the permissible uses of the state highway fund. Transp. Code § 228.014 - Prevents TxDOT from designing, 228.015 constructing, or operating a toll project that without a clear engineering justification, incentivizes the use of 63

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Last Action Taken Companions 3-27-13 S Committee action pending Senate Transportation 5-02-13 S Set on the Senate Items Eligible Calendar

3-18-13 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Finance

4-18-13 H Received in the House - Not referred

HB 1054 (Lavender)

HB 1716 (Pickett)

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SB 1288

3-7-13

Williams

Transp. Code §§ 501, 502, 503, 504, 520, 621, 623, 643, 645, 646, 681, 683, 1001

SB 1294

3-7-13

Davis

Transp. Code § 223.050

Summary the project by discouraging the use of free adjoining roads through modification of speed limits or traffic signals on the adjacent free roads. Requires TxDOT to construct exit lanes from toll projects in a manner that allows motor vehicles exiting the toll project to easily decelerate to the speed allowed on the adjoining road. Creates the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles fund for the purpose of supporting the DMV's operations and the administration and enforcement of the DMV's functions or to pay the accounting costs and related liabilities for the fund, including fringe benefits, workers' compensation, and unemployment compensation and provides for the deposit of certain DMV related fees into the fund which currently are deposited to the state highway fund. Provides that in awarding a contract to a private sector provider, TxDOT must give preference to a private sector provider if the preference serves to create a positive economic impact on 64

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4-02-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

4-23-13 H Committee action pending House Transportation

HB 2202 (Pickett)

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SB 1297

3-7-13

Watson

Gov’t Code § 551.006

SB 1319

3-7-13

Lucio

Transp. Code § 223.201

SB

3-7-13

Paxton

Transp. Code § 203.092

Summary job growth and job retention. Allows public officials to hold “electronic meetings” using an open, online forum that the public could monitor live. Public officials would be able to communicate about government business by posting on online message boards that are available for the public to see in real time. All posts must include the name and title of the staff member posting the communication. Further, all electronic, written communications would be required to be viewable for 30 days after posting, must be archived for at least two years and are subject to Texas Public Information Act requests. No votes or official actions by members of the board are allowed in these online forums. Extends the expiration date for the authority of the CCRMA to enter into a CDA for the Outer Parkway Project and the South Padre Island Second Access Causeway Project to August 31, 2017. Removes the current expiration date of 65

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4-08-13 H Referred to House Committee on House Government Efficiency and Reform

HB 3804 (Branch)

3-13-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Transportation 3-13-13 S

HB 3129 (Lucio)

HB 2585

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SB 1329

3-7-13

Paxton

Transp. Code §§ 366.178; 366.451 366.455

SB 1389

3-7-13

Davis

Gov’t Code § 572.023

SB 1488

3-7-13

Watson

Transp. Code § 91.054

Summary Sept. 1, 2013 from the provisions stating TxDOT and a utility must share equally the cost of the relocation of a utility facility that is required by the improvement of a nontolled highway to add one or more tolled lanes, required by the improvement of a nontolled highway that has been converted to a turnpike project or toll project, or is required by the construction on a new location of a turnpike project or toll project or the expansion of such a turnpike project or toll project. Enhances toll enforcement remedies of a RTA to include methods such as vehicle registration renewal block and additional penalties for use of toll facilities by habitual violators. Requires the disclosure on a state officer’s financial statement of any service retirement annuity paid to the individual. States that a CDA for a passenger rail project that uses an existing rail corridor may be entered into by 66

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4-10-13 S Committee action pending Senate Transportation 3-18-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate State Affairs 4-29-13 S Reported from committee as substituted Senate

(HarperBrown)

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SB 1489

3-7-13

Watson

Transp. Code §§ 370.033, .161, .181

SB 1605

3-8-13

Zaffirini

Transp. Code § 502.402

SB 1626

3-8-13

Davis

Gov’t Code §§ 572.022, .023, .032

SB 1632

3-8-13

Hinojosa

Transp. Code §§ 222.071-.093

Summary TxDOT, the CTRMA, or Capital Metro. Clarifies a RMA’s ability to perform certain actions related to transportation projects outside of its area of jurisdiction. Amends the population requirements for a county to be eligible to impose the optional county vehicle registration fee to include Webb County. Amends certain requirements of the contents of and public access to personal financial statements filed by public officials. Expands the range of the amounts needed to be reported by category; requires the reporting of the actual face value of cash or a cash equivalent reported as a gift; requires a statement to include the dollar value of the shares of stock held, rather than the current requirement of only the number of shares; requires that the statement be posted on the Ethics Commission’s website. Amends various aspects of the state infrastructure bank related to a 67

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Last Action Taken Companions Transportation 5-02-13 H Passed on local calendar (Vote: Y:147/N: 0)

HB 2743 (Phillips)

4-24-13 H Received in the House - Not referred 3-20-13 S HB 2190 Introduced and (Turner) referred to committee on Senate State Affairs

4-10-13 S Committee action

HB 3665 (Darby)

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Author

Code Section(s) Affected

SB 1650

3-8-13

Campbell

Transp. Code §§ 366.263, 370.263, 472.036

SB 1652

3-8-13

Williams

Gov’t Code §§ 403.0117, 1202.008, 1231.001, .062, .104-.106; Loc. Gov’t Code 140.005.008

Summary revolving fund and providing for credit enhancements. Requires a RMA, RTA, and MPO to broadcast any of its open meetings over the internet. Provides that in conducting the review of public securities required under Government Code, Chapter 1202, the attorney general must collect information on each local security, which includes the terms of each local security, debt service payable on each local security, and other information required by the Bond Review Board. Requires the Bond Finance Office to publish a report on its website listing the amount of local securities outstanding, applicable repayment schedules, and other information the office considers relevant. An issuer of a local security must provide annually to the Bond Finance Office, and at other times required by the office, information that the office determines necessary to administer the powers or duties of the board or the office, 68

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Last Action Taken Companions pending Senate Transportation 4-24-13 H Received in the House - Not referred 3-20-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Finance

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Summary including the preparation of any report. States that a political subdivision (defined as a county, municipality, school district, junior college district, other special district, or other subdivision of state government) must prepare an annual financial report and post a copy on its website. This report must include financial information for each fund subject to the authority of the governing body of the political subdivision during the fiscal year, including the total receipts of the fund, itemized by source of revenue, including taxes, assessments, service charges, grants of state money, gifts, or other general sources from which funds are derived; the total disbursements of the fund, itemized by the nature of the expenditure; the balance in the fund as of the last day of the fiscal year; and any other information required by law to be included by the political subdivision in an annual financial report or comparable annual financial 69

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Last Action Taken Companions

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SB 1730

3-8-13

Author

Nichols

Code Section(s) Affected

Transp. Code §§ 223.201, .2011, 371.101

Summary

statement, exhibit, or report. Further, the finance report must include the then-current debt obligation information for the political subdivision that must state, as a total amount and as a per capita amount, the amount of all authorized debt obligations; the principal of all outstanding debt obligations; the principal of each outstanding debt obligation; the combined principal and interest required to pay all outstanding debt obligations on time and in full; and the combined principal and interest required to pay each outstanding debt obligation on time and in full and, for each debt obligation, the issued and unissued amount; the spent and unspent amount; the maturity date; and the stated purpose for which the debt obligation was authorized. Extends the expiration date for the 5-02-13 S Set on authority of TxDOT or a RMA to the Senate Items enter into a CDA for certain projects. Eligible Calendar Requires that a concession CDA must contain a provision authorizing the toll 70

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Last Action Taken Companions

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SB 1747

3-8-13

Author

Uresti

Code Section(s) Affected

Transp. Code §§ 256.101-.104, .106; 222.01071, .110; 251.005; 252.314

Summary project entity to terminate the agreement for convenience and to purchase the interest of the private participant in the CDA and related property, including any interest in a highway or other facility designed, developed, financed, constructed, operated, or maintained under the CDA. Creates a Transportation Infrastructure Fund to be used to fund transportation infrastructure that is intended to alleviate degradation caused by the exploration, development, or production of oil or gas. Provides for the creation by a county of a County Energy Transportation Zone (“CERZ”) (using a model similar to the TRZ model) upon a determination by the commissioners court that an area is affected by oil and gas exploration activities and would benefit from transportation infrastructure funding. Allows a county that forms a CERZ to capture the incremental ad valorem tax revenue and pay it into a tax increment 71

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Last Action Taken Companions

4-24-13 H Referred to House Committee on House Energy Resources

HB 3639 (Keffer)

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Author

Code Section(s) Affected

SB 1778

3-8-13

Zaffirini

Transp. Code §§ 473.001 - 473.003

SB 1790

3-8-13

Watson

Transp. Code §§ 222.003, 502.257

Summary account for the zone. Also allows a county that forms a CERZ to capture the sales tax increment. Creates a grant program pursuant to which TxDOT must distribute the money in the Transportation Infrastructure Fund to CERZs and requires that a CERZ provide matching funds equal to at least 10 percent of the grant amount. Allows a commissioners court or county road department to accept donations of labor, money, or other property to aid in the building or maintaining of roads in the county. Creates a transportation infrastructure fund with distributions made to counties in proportion to the number of oil and gas well completions in the county during the preceding three calendar years compared to the total number of oil and gas well completions in the state during the preceding three calendar years. Provides for a $50 increase to the registration fee for a motor vehicle to be used to fund right-of-way acquisition, feasibility studies, project 72

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Last Action Taken Companions

4-22-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

3-25-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on

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Author

Code Section(s) Affected

SB 1792

3-8-13

Watson

Transp. Code §§ 370.451 - 370.459

SB 1793

3-8-13

Watson

Transp. Code §§ 228.060-.062, .301-.305

SB 1794

3-8-13

Watson

Transp. Code § 472.036

Summary planning, engineering, construction, and reconstruction. Authorizes TxDOT to issue bonds and other public securities secured by a pledge of and payable from revenue Enhances toll enforcement remedies of a RMA to include methods such as vehicle registration renewal block and additional penalties for use of toll facilities by habitual violators. Enhances toll enforcement remedies of TxDOT to include methods such as vehicle registration renewal block and additional penalties for use of toll facilities by habitual violators. Authorizes CAMPO to establish a revolving fund to loan or grant money to cities, counties, the State of Texas, regional mobility authorities, rail districts, or metropolitan transit authorities within the planning jurisdiction of CAMPO to pay expenses of planning, developing, acquiring right of way, constructing, implementing, and maintaining transportation projects approved by 73

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Last Action Taken Companions Senate Transportation

5-02-13 S Set on the Senate Items Eligible Calendar

3-25-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Transportation 4-17-13 S Committee action pending Senate Transportation

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Author

Code Section(s) Affected

SJR 1

4-10-13

Williams

Const. Art. III, §§ 49-d, 49-p; Const. Art. XVI, § 74

SJR 20

1-29-13

Nichols

Const. Art. VIII, § 7-e

SJR 24

1-31-13

Watson

Const. Art. VIII, § 25

Summary the metropolitan planning organization. Directs a total of $5.7 billion to be transferred from the Rainy Day Fund for transportation ($2.9 billion to buydown debt) and water ($2 billion) projects and public education ($800 million). Providing for a constitutional amendment and ballot language relating to the motor vehicle sales tax revenue allocation to the state highway fund to be used for the purposes authorized for use of the motor fuels tax under the Texas Constitution or to repay the principal and interest on TxDOT general obligation bonds (Prop 12 bonds). Creates a statutorily dedicated revenue fund outside the general revenue fund for the comptroller to deposit any state revenue that by statute is dedicated so that the revenue may be appropriated only for use for one or more particular purposes or by one or more particular entities. This fund would not apply to revenue that is otherwise dedicated by 74

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4-24-13 H Received in the House - Not referred

4-02-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

3-18-13 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Finance

HJR 68 (Phillips)

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Code Section(s) Affected

SJR 25

1-31-13

Paxton

Const. Art. VIII, §§ 7-a, 7-b

SJR 27

2-8-13

Birdwell

Const. Art. VIII, § 25

SJR 31

2-11-13

Davis

Const. Art. VIII, § 7-a

Summary the Texas Constitution, regardless of the manner that revenue is addressed by statute. Proposes a constitutional amendment which would remove policing and payment of principal and interest on certain county and road district bonds or warrants from the permissible purposes for which the tax on motor fuels and motor vehicle tires and new and used motor vehicle parts could be used. States that an affirmative record vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house of the legislature on final consideration in each house is required for passage of a bill that imposes a new state tax or increases the rate of an existing state tax above the rate in effect on the date the bill was filed. Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the use of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees and motor fuels taxes for the payment of principal and interest on certain county and road district bonds or warrants. 75

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4-02-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

4-22-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

4-02-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

HJR 83 (Hughes)

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Summary

Last Action Taken Companions

Further provides that in a biennium, revenue from these fees and taxes may not be used for the purpose of policing public roadways in an amount that exceeds the lesser of the total amount of those funds appropriated for policing public roadways in the preceding biennium or 20 percent less than the amount appropriated for that purpose in the preceding biennium if the comptroller’s anticipated revenue estimate from all sources for the biennium exceeds the total amount of revenue from all sources for the preceding biennium by more than three times the amount of the reduction.

SJR 38

2-25-13

Williams

Const. Art. XVI, § 74

Similar to HJR 108 by Rep. Phillips Proposes a constitutional amendment providing for the creation of the State Infrastructure Fund and a Governorappointed board to provide loans to political subdivisions for projects related to economic development infrastructure or credit enhancement to political subdivisions and other 76

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4-10-13 S Removed from hearing 04/11/13 Senate Finance

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Author

Code Section(s) Affected

SJR 39

2-25-13

Williams

Const. Art. III, § 49-q

SJR 46

3-5-13

Lucio

Const. Art. VIII, §§ 7-a,

Summary governmental entities that operate or maintain mass transit or toll projects for projects related to economic development infrastructure. Provides for the transfer to the fund of $3 billion from the economic stabilization fund. Proposes a constitutional amendment providing for the creation of the New Capacity Fund to be administered by the Transportation Commission. Any increase in or additional vehicle registration fee imposed after Sept. 1, 2013 would be deposited into the Fund. Money in the Fund is dedicated to new capacity transportation projects, including planning of, acquisition of rights-of-way for, engineering for, design of, and construction of those projects. Money may not be used for the construction or financing of toll roads or for participation in a comprehensive development agreement or to pay for the cost or issuance of obligations of the state or related credit agreements. Proposes a constitutional amendment 77

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Last Action Taken Companions

3-05-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Finance

3-18-13 S Sent to

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Code Section(s) Affected 7-b

SJR 47

3-6-13

Eltife

Const. Art. VIII, § 32

SJR 65

4-15-13

Seliger

Const. Art. III, § 49-q

Summary limiting the use of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees and motor fuels taxes and new automobile accessories for the payment of principal and interest on certain county and road district bonds or warrants and the policing of roadways. The amount of revenue diverted for use other than the purposes provided for under the amendment would be reduced proportionally beginning in 2015 and completely eliminated by 2019. Proposes a constitutional amendment that would increase the state sales tax by one-half of one percent more than the rates prescribed by general law to be used to repay the principal of and interest on general obligation bonds issued by or on behalf of TxDOT on or before January 1, 2013, or the principal of and interest on any refunding bonds issued to repay those bonds. Provides for an annual transfer of a portion of the Rainey Day Fund to a transportation infrastructure fund to be used only for the purpose of assisting 78

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Last Action Taken Companions subcommittee Senate Finance

4-08-13 S Committee action pending Senate Finance

4-15-13 S Introduced and referred to committee on

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Code Section(s) Affected

Summary counties in the construction, reconstruction, or maintenance of transportation infrastructure that is intended to alleviate degradation caused by the exploration, development, or production of oil or gas.

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Last Action Taken Companions Senate Finance

RMA Alamo Regional Mabiliry Autha’iry ~Moving ptople f,s,e,~

Board Memorandum To: Alamo RMA Board of Directors From: David Smith, Executive Director Copies: File Date: Friday, May 3, 2013 BOARD OFDJRHCIORS

Agenda Item 6: Approval of Change Order No.9

JIAMIROA. CAVAZOS

Discussion and appropriate action regarding approval of Change Order Request No. 9 with Wiffiams Brothers to increase the contract amount by $85,988.47 in connection with revisions to the design and construction of sound wall no. 3 on the Loop 1604/281 Interchange Project. The onginal sound wall was designed to be constructed using drilled shafts with precast panels and will now be constructed using a spread footing with cast-in-place panels. The revision to the design and construction of sound wall was required due to conflicts with existing

GAVINORAMOS

utilities adjacent to the sound wall.

ROBERTS THOMPSON

REYNALDOLDIAZ.JR

SEcRErnYINEASURn TOMMY CAL VERT, JR.

ROBERT C. RODRIGUEZ

DAVID SMITH

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Staff recommends approval of Change Order No. 9.

CHANGE ORDER TRANSMITTAL

Williams Brothers Construction Company, Inc. P.O. Box 66428, Houston, Texas 77266 Phone: 713-522-9821 Fax: 713-520-5247 Date: Project: Control: Highway: WB Job:

To:

Attn:

October30, 2012 Design Build

For OfrYce Use Only

CSJ 253-04-139 US 281 466

Alamo Regional Mobility Authority 613 NW Loop 4101 Suit 100 San Antonio, Texas 78216

Sent Via:

~ Parcel Post

ci UPS El Federal Express

Dale R. Stein, Jr., P.E. Chief Engineer of Construction & Maintenance

U Courier 0 Other- ema~I

Dear Mr. Stein:

0 ARMA Requested

C Contractor Requested

Scope/Description: Requested pricing for Cast in Place Sound Wall per drawings provided.

If you have any questions rega~iing this matter, please call. Sincerely,

WILLIAMS BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.

RanclyT. Rogers Vice President

Ends

SOUND WALL SUMMARY ORIGINAL PROPOSAL

iI~M DESC 416 4036

DESCRIPTION 2003 DRILL SHAFT (30 IN) 2006 SOUND WALL (8FT)(PRECAST)

UMT LF LF

APPROXIMATE UNIT QUANTITY PRICE 300 $ 150.00 567 S 185.00

EXTENSION $ 45,000.00 $ 104,895.00

$ 149,895.00

TOTAL

REVISED PROPOSAL flEM DESC DESCRIPTION 4036 2006 SOUND WALL (8fl)(CAST IN PLACE)

UNrI LF

APPROXIMATE UNIT QUANTITY PRICE 470 $ 501.88

$

EXTENSION 235,883.47

TOTAL

$ 235,883.47

DELTA

$

85,98847

Project: CS) 253-04-139 Control: Highway: US 281 at Loop &‘~ WB Job C: WB 465

Labor Burdens Cont,actor Fee ContractorFee Contractor Fee Contractor Fee Bond Item Cost

SOUND WALL 3,760.00

QUANTITY:

Labor 51,556.70 28356.19 12889.18

55.00% 25.OO% 15.00% 25.00%

EguTpment 40,762.90

Materials 42,240.00

5? Subcontsact 39,112.05

Bond

$~,114.44

$10,560.00

10,560.00 1,955.85

$1,955.65

1.00% $235,883.47

Totals 173.672.55 $28,356.19

6j14.44

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Item Desoripuon:

2,335.48

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I 3,760.00

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ACT UNITS>

10.00

UNITS/SHIFT>

144.62

SHIFT HRS>

260

$62.73 PerLF

$501.88

UNIT> Notes; SCOPE: Well Height per die v,lngs = B’ Well Length =470 LF Wall Thickness = 1’ Pooling Wldth n5’ Fooling Thicknessel’

Conc = 255 CT-Includes 5% yIeld on wells A 25% yieidon moffng Steam 30,369 Lbs Includes 5% laps Penn Area 7,520SF LSner= 320 SF

LABOR CRAFT CODE

NO. CRAFT

1 2 6 1

EQUIP CODE

NO P05

LABOR CRAFT

RATE

HOURS

OTFCTR

TOTALS

Forenian Operator Carpenter Form setter Labor DumpTrk Driver MkerTrkoriver

35M0 18.00 10.00 15.00 13.00 13.00 13.00

260.0 260.0 260.0 260.0 260.0 25.0 64.0

1 1.1 1.1 1.1

9,100.00 5,146.00 5,148,00 8580.00 22,308.00 357S0 915.20

I.I 1.1 I_I

EQUIPMENT HOURS

TOTALS

50.0 25.0 25.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 260.0 260.0 64.0 25.0

5,734,01) 2,867.00 1,330.00 6,183.00 3,480,00 593.00 5.041,40 7,342.40 6,7l3~60 1,478.50

MATERIALS UIM UNITPRICE

TOTAI,S

EQUIP DESC

RATE

Cat 330 Cat330 Breaker CherTy Picker ManLift Generalor PIck-Up Flatbed M&er Truck DurnpTruck

114.68 114.68 5~20 61.83 34.80 5.93 19.39 28.24 104.90 59.14

DESC

NOITEMS

OTY

Concrete Form Liner Forms Expansion Dowots Construction Dowels

I I I 1 1

255 320 7520 48 144

NO ITEMS

QTY

1.00

30,369.00

LB

0.55

16,702.95

1.00

1.00

LS

20,520.00

20,520.00

1.00

30.00

HR

63.00

1,890.00

I

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DESO Indus Reinforcing Steel Jacobs Design EngineerIng Rone Engineering QualityAssurance

Ct

-64.00

16320

SF

53.30

17056

SF EA EA

1.00 10.00 6.00

7520 480 864

SUBCONWACTORS V/M UNIT PRICE

TOTALS

LABOR COST 51,556,70

UNIT COST 13.71

MANHRS>

29490.0

EQUIP COST 40,782.90

UNIT COST 10.84

MAVLCOST 42,240.00

UNITCOST 1L23

SUB COST 39,112.95

UNIT COST lOAD

This pricing provided constitules an estimate of Ihe work to be preformed based on the Information provided by ARMA. It should not be Interpreted es a representative of actual cost.

Craig Hill Subject:

FW: US281-LP1604 Sound Wall SWOIWB Preliminary Design -

Forwarded message From: Pollard, John Date: Mon, Oct 8,2012 at 11:29 AM Subject: RE: U5281-LP1604 Sound Wall SWOIWB Preliminary Design To: Leon Wright , “Quails, Mac Williams Brothers (inguallsa&wbctx.coni)” -

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Cc: “Murillo, Alfred P” , “Persyn, Mike R.” Leon, Mac,

Here is our estimate for the engineering effort on the redesign oFSWO1WB...

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j SHEETSIDESIGN Structural Analysis/Design • Independent DeslgnlRevlew Prepare Soundwall Plans Coordinate/Respond to Plan Review Preparelsubmit Final Soundwall Plans Utility Coordination

SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT ENGINEER ENGINEER ENGINEER RATE $175.00 RATE $125.00 j RATE $100.00 FIRS COST j__FIRS COST HRS COST B $1,400.00 16 52,000.00 $0.00

$2,701

$1,440.00

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$1,080.00

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$700.00

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512.314-3105 direct

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$700.00

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512.461.9011 cell iohn.Qollardc~≥iacohs.com www.iacobs.com From: Murillo, Alfred P Sent: Monday, September 24, 2012 4:51 PM To: Leon Wright Cc: Persyn, Mike R.; Pollard, John Subject: US281-LP1604 Sound Wall SWO1WB Preliminary Design -

Leon,

See attached file for sketches and notes for the preliminary design/notes for the Cast-In-Place Sound Wall (SWO1WB). If you have questions or need additional information for pricing, please let me know.

Mike, If you believe you need more information to discuss with AT&T, please let me know.

Thanks Alfred

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PWJed No: 10T6Z5D In~olce Date: 09/3012012

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Date 09/0112012 0910112012

Report 528134 528134

Description of Services Project Site Manager Overtime (hourly) FIeld Technician Overtime (hourly)

0910512012 0910W2012 09/08/2012

526209 526209 526209

Project Site Man~ger Overtime (hourly) SiteAsslslOnt Manager Overtime (hourly) AeId Technician Overtime (hourly~

091151201Z

09/1512012 09/1512012

626291 526291 526291

09,2212012 09(2212012 09/22/2012

Thhi~ $1 23546 $1,764.00

30.60 26.00 31.75

$86.70 $70.80 $63.00

$2,644.35 $1,840.80 $2,000.25

?rniectSlteMnnaoerovedimeOlourlY) SiZe Assislant Manager OverilmO (hourly) FIeld Technician overilme (hourly)

41.25 5625 102.50

$86.70 $70.60 $63.00

$M76.38 $3,93250 *457.50

526376 526375 526375

Project Site Manager Overtime (hourly) Site Assistant Manager Overtime (hourly) Field Technician Overtime (hourly)

38.00 62.69 163.00~

$60.70 $ZQ.80 $63.00

$3,294.60 $4,425.00 $10,269.00

09(2912012 09,2912012 0912912012

526469 626459 528469

Project Site Managerovertimne (hourly) Site Assistant Manager Overtime (hourly) Field Technician Overtime Qioudy)

19.75 45.00 10375

$68.70 $70.80 $63.00

$1,712.33 $3,tSG.00 $6,536.25

0913012b12

526470 526470 528470 526470 526470

Project Site Manager (momilhly) Site Assistant Managor (monthly) Field Technician (monthly) Professional Engineer, CQMP (monthly) Lab Renial (monthly)

0.91 0.94 8.79 0.43 1.00

$10,900.90 $8,900.00 $1,920.00 $17,050.00 $3,600.00

$9,910.00 $6,306.00 $53,778.80 $7,331.50 $3,800.00

09/3012012 09130(2012 0913012012 09/30/2012

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Craig Kill Subject:

FW: CIP Sound wall liner

From: w3wriohtø)omail.com [maiito:w3wripht~aniaiLcom] On Behalf Of Leon Wright Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 4:58 PM To: Randy Rogers Cc: Mac Quails; Jesse Khangura Subject: Fwd: UP sound wall liner

Forwarded message From: Boales, Doug Date: Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 4:14 PM Subject: CIP sound wall liner To: “lwrightQ~wbctx.corn” 320 sqft $17056.00 Sent from my BlackBerry Wireless Device

Doug Boales Senior Contractor Sales Manager Dayton Superior Corporation 1989 Peachleaf Houston, TX 77039 Office: 281-590-6670 x52402 Fax: 281-449-3014 Mobile: 231-658-1114 [email protected] Let us Imow how w&re doing and get a $5 Subway card. Please call Dayton Superior Customer Care at 855602-3722 (855-602-DSCC) or go to http://davtonsuperior.conilcustoinercare This message w/attaclunents (message) is intended solely for the use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain information that is privileged, confidential or proprietary. If you are not an intended recipient, please notify the sender, and then please delete and destroy all copies and attachments, and be advised that any review or dissemination of, or the taking of any action in reliance on, the information contained in or attached to this message is prohibited.

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JOB 466- MARTIN MARIETTA MATERIALS, INC.

(D) Furnish following materials required for the Project in complete accordance with the Texas Department of Transportation plans, standard specifications, special specifications, special provisions, interpretations, directions, and inspection:

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ITEM DESC DESCRIPTION 421 CLASS A CONCRETE 421 CLASS B CONCRETE 421 CLASS C CONCRETE 421 CLASS S CONCRETE HIGH RANGE WATER REDUCER MEDIUM RANGE WATER REDUCER TEMPERATURE CONTROL CHANGE TO STRAIGHT CEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL SURCHARGE

OPEN APPROXIMATE QUANTITY

CV CV CY CV SACK SACK CV CV LOAD

TOTAL

1. All the materials to be furnished under this Purchase Order are subsidiary to the various Bid Items shown and shall be in accordance with the applicable Standard Specification and the requirements of the individual prolect General Notes and Special Provisions governing the reference item of work. 2. Prices are F.O.B. Martin Marietta Beckmann plant #3. 3. Quantities shown are open and approximate and may vary to meet job conditions. 4. There is a $450.00 minimum order on all concrete orders. 5. Prices are firm for shipments through December 31,2011. Price expires January 1,2012.

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F.O.B. PLANT UNIT PRICE $ 62.00 $ 61.00 $ 64.00 $ 66.00 $ 7.00 $ 3.00 $ 12.00 $ 5.00 $ 12.00

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JOB 468- INCUS CONSTRUCTION LR

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SEGMENT 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1

ITEM 416 416 406 416 418 418 418 418 416 416

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420 2006 CL C CDNC (RAIL FOUNDATION) Th 2001 2B33 CL S CCNC ~ REINF CONC(APPR ~LAWSLAB) ~ 2011 RETAiN NGIAW&1. ((3~4~SNAPT) (FASCLA)

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2030~RAIL fl’V5~ä~jibD) 416 ~p93lpRILL SHAFT (30 IN) ‘~i~ 2003 2006 13.. DRILL SHAFT(ABUT) (48 IN) ~ 0 CONC i~ö 2004 OLe CONG TBEkI’)

UNIT IF IF

..bf, IS IF IF

1W’ IF IF LB CV CV CV CV CV CV

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17” CV CV CV CV SF IF

“iF” IS CV CV CV CV SF IS

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TOTALS

AppRt~)j~Th PER QUANTITY Ui~W 1 10.00 20.00 084.00 3SY~ I .014.00 6421 1,288,00 “~33 108.00 1.020,00 ‘iö~ io,oo 1,094,00 “1~b~ 158.00 ‘1IT~O 100.00 “‘T~ 205.71 “17Z~ 229,09 ‘i~i~ 1,00830 ‘1tt2 1.942,50 99~00 140,00 432.14 10,444.14 274,78 425.00 ‘i~i 570,588.00 “is 91,050.00 ‘]3~ 50.152,17 ‘7~ 800.00 30,43 1.106,00 183.46 92.00 34.78 5.028,00 ‘~Z~’ 170.05 ‘iEI7 95.01 - 290,79 40.00 110,00 ii~ 110.55 20,384,00 4,13 4,884,00 3,09 1,280.00 7,06 96.00 13,54 212,00 “1~37 88.04 102,23 32.10 27103 22,00 109.09 92,80 115.53 ,,,,,,_,%600.0Q 4.53 802,00 7.11 112,00 “~Z~ 26.00 76.92 11.10 100,18 23,59 264,02 23.00 “i~tU 23,00 113.04 2,180.00 “T~T 479.00 3.13 870,00 “131 358,00 ~“üI~ 4520 ‘i~3i ‘iiT~1 28,47

UN)T P~E 8.00 13,40

..J1~ 29.26

~ 80.78 75.00 $2.14 235.56 2.00 73,95 11539 9~ 40,59 177.18 112,68 47.18 2,07 0,55 16,74 73,58 13.91 29,04 78,57 119,22 46,10 45,33 1,69 1.70 3.18 5.42,1 18,07] 43,45 111,12 44,73 47.82 1.66 3.20 17,86 30,77 76.58 115.45 44,57 48.35

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._2,Pt 17,98 77.10 115.65

EXTENSION APPRO~L~YE QUANTITY UNIT 80.00 200 LB 13210.40 33101 ‘I~ 34,400,00 66,000 LB ~7,101.60 92,754 LB 5,772,80 14.432 j,~ 62,400,00 206,000 LB 780,00 1,000 LB 100,802,00 252,000 19 44,000,00 110,000 LB 200,00 100 LB 15,215,00 35,800 LB 26,527,00 64,700 LB 153~~ 373,800 LB 78,843,00 192,300 LB 24,805,00 60,500 LB ~ 4,518,500 LB 20.000,00 49,~ LB 1,103,010,00 2,807,600 LB 80,400,00 112,000 Li 103.195,00 407.100 J,L 11,850,00 21.000 LB 87.075,00 195,580 LB 1,280.90 3.200 LB 150,000.00 375,000 LB 13,090,00 30,800 LB 11,685,00 28,530 LB 1,804.00 4,403 LB 9,020,00 22,003 LB 34,481.00 64,100 LB 8,305.00 15j00 LB 4,005,00 8,000 LB 520.00 1,300 LB 4.000,00 10,000 IS 3,825,00 9,000 LB 3587,00 8,700 LB 964.00 2,400 LB 4,428.00 10,800 LB 17,835.00 43,500 LB 2,505.00 5.700 2,000.00 5,000 LB 800.00 2,~’ LB 850,00 2,000 LB 2,747.00 6,700 LB 1,025.00 2,500 LB 1,006,00 2,~ LB 4,879,00 11,000 LB 815.00 1,600 LB 2,025.00 4.500 LB 6,400.00 18,000 LB 3,485,00 8~ LB LB 3,321.00 8,100

MATER~L UNrI PRICE 0.3000 0.3300 0.3300 0.3000 0.2000 0.2000 0,3000 0,3300 0.3000 1.0000 0.3000 0.3000 03000 03000 03000 0,3000 0,3000 0,3000 0.3000 0.3000 0,3000 0,3000 0,3003 0.3000 02000 02000 0,3000 0.3000 02000 02000 02000 0,3000 0,3000 0.3000 0.3000 03000 02020 0.3~ 0,3~ 0.3000 0.3000 0.3000 02000 0.3000 0,3000 0,3000 0,3000 0.3000 0.3000 0.2000 02(00

UNIT PMCE 0.1000

EXTENSION 00.00

0.1000 01000 0,1000 0,1000 0,1000 0.1000 0.1000 1,0000 01250 01100 01100 0,1100 0.1100 0,1100 0,1000 0.1100 0,1500 01500 02500 01500 01000 0,1000 0,1253 0.1100 0,1100 0,1100 0,1100 0,2500 0,1500 0.1000 0,1000 0,1280 0,1100 01100 0,1100 0,1100 0,1500 0,1000 0,1000 0.1250 0,1100 01100 0.1100 0,1100 02500 0,1500 0.1000 0,1250 0,1100

34.490,00 37,101.00 5,772.80 02,40003 700,00 100,800.00 44,000,00 200.00 15,215.00 26,527.00 153,258.00 78,643.00 24.005,00 1,852.565,00 20,00000 1,183,0i8~00 50,400,00 183,105.00 11,550,90 87.975,00 1,230,00 150,000,00 13,090,00 11,685.00 1,604.00 9,020,00 34,481,00 8,30500 4,005,00 520.00 4,000.00 3,825.00 3,567,00 984.00 4,428.00 17,035,00 2,585.00 2,000,00 800,00 85~C0 2,747.00 1,025,06 1,066.00 4,879.00 825,00 2,025,00 6.400,00 3,435,00 3,321,00

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17,00 63.10 6,996,00 116W0U

11126 11034 4,52 8.02

45,32 45,48 1,85 1.66

779.00 2,870.00 12,958,00

1,900 7,000 31,600 4,900

LB LB LB ,~p,

0.3000 03000 0.3000 0.3000

0.1100 0.1100 0.1100 0.2503

IF 15 CV

804.00 212,00 22.00 67.79 24,70

7.14 42,45 104,55 101,78

3,21 16,98 41.62 43.26 109,55

1,020.00 3,800,00 920,00 2,932.50 2,706,00

3,600 9,000 2,300 6,900 6,800

LB LB LB LB LB

02~ 0,3000 03000 0,3000 02000

0,1500 1,620,00 01000 ,_,,~S30.00 01000 920,00 0,1250 0.1100 2,706,00

SF IS

3,552,00 592,00

7.09

3.19

1.095,00 1,890,00

19.~ 4200

LB LB

0,3~ 0.3003

0,1100 0,15(0

CV SF SF

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O~WC DESCRIPTION 2001 ORILL 5114FF (18 I~ 2003 URILL SRAFT 130 IN) 2004 DRILL SHAFT (36 IN) 20(16 DRILL SHAFT (48 IN) 2038 DRILL SHAFT (60 IN) ~q1pIDR)LL SHAFT (72 NI 2012 DRILL SHAFT (04 IN) 2049 IDRTLL SKAFT(98 IN) 2~ijü~iLLSRAFr(108T,~ ISTEEL BANDS FOR DI8LI.EDSHAFTS ~Q*LC CONC{ABU’I) 2004 CLC CONG (BONn 2006 CL C CONe (FOOTING)(MASS PLACEMENT) 2006 CLC CONG (RAIL FOUNDATION) 2010 CL C CONG ISBN COLUMN) 2017 CLC CONC (BENT MASS PLACEMENT) 2033 f CL S 00)43 (AFPR SLAB) ~öÔ1I~EINFCONCSLAB 2001 IRETAJNING WALL (MSE) ~j),JrV’55ffiyI~pQ)~, 2006 IPERM CONC TRF BARR (SOL SIP) (rY3) (42’l 2001 WAlER QUALIFY PONDS 2003 IDRILL SHAFT IX IN) ~1~RILL SW.FT (48 IN) 2003ICLCCCNQ(A3U~ 2004 CL C CONG (BENT) 2006 CLC CONG (RAIL FOUNDATION) 2033 CL S CONC (APFR SLAB) 2001 REINF CONC SLAB 2011 RETAINING WALL(ORILL SHAFT] (FASQA) 2039 RAIL (TVSSTR)(M00) 2001 DRILL SHAFT’ (18 IN) 2004 DRILL SItA.FT (36 IN) 2003 CL C CONG (A~JT) 2004 CL C CONG (BENT) 2006 CL C CONG (RAIL F0UNDATICP~ 2033 CL S CONC (APPR SLAB) 2001 REINF CONG SLAB 2039 ~AIL(T’YSSTRIIM0O) 2003 DRILL SHAFT (30 IN) . 2004 DRILL SHAFT (38 Itfl 2003 CLCCON0]A~rn 2004 CL C CONG (BENT) 2000 CL000NC (RAIL FOUNDATION) 2033 CL S CONG GAPPR SLAB) 2001 REINF CONOSLAB 2011 RETAINING WAIl (DRILL SHAFT] (FASCLA) 2039 RAIL (TV SSTh1Q400) 2003 DRILl. SNFr (301)4) 2003 Cl. C CONG (ABUT) 2004 CL000NC(BB47)

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10,548,177

779.00 2,870,00 12,956,00 2,805(02

7,995,00 1,890,00 4,348,930,30

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Adjustments for EXO6 In Inventory Caterpillar 330 (disc. 1994)

October16, 2012

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Crawler Mounted Hydraulic Excavators

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Size Class: 28.1 .33.0 MTons 28.1 -33.0 MTons Weight: 70,680 lbs.

Configuration for 330

r

Power Mode Operating Weight

Diesel 32.8 MT

Bucket Capacity- Heaped Net Horsepower ~

‘41;8~ cy G 22Z0

Equipment Notes: Bucket Included In rate, unless otherwise noted.

Blue Book Rates ‘

FHWA Rate Is equal to the monthlycwnership costdivided by 176 plus the hourly esirnat~flperating cost Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: Model Year(1994: 100%) Ownership (90%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $8,flO.00

Weekly $2455.00

($824.38)

($230.77)

-

-

~~4j’-~i Dally’~ ~ Hourly $8i5foOei& $92.00

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $74.05

FHWA Rate’ Hourly $123.88

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($794.56)

~!L$57~i)

çq-~~

($222.427’,~~.. ‘k. tr, $2,bOtIf’~

$7,151.06

~

($8.65) -

($55.72)

($6.34)

$501.47

$75.01



$74.05

$114.68

Rate Element Allocation Element Depredation (ownershIp) Overhaul (ownership) ‘,~ CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownershIp) ~ Fuel (operating)©$4.i~t3~

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Percentage 41% 46% 6% 7% 52%

Value $3,595.70 (mo $4,o34.20~ ma $526.20 I mo $613.90/mo $38.51 /hr

Revised Date: 2nçtHéTf2Ol’2

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Adjustments for BKROG in Inventory

October16, 2012

Kent Kl-IB4OG II (disc. 1999) Hydraulic impact Breakers Size Class: 5,001 fib & Over 5,001 fib & Over Weight 5,990 lbs.

g

-

Configuration for KHB4OG II Impact Energy Frequency Range

7,090 fib -‘1600 bpm

Impact Energy (AEM)

‘~N!A fib

~ Equipment Notes: Forboom mounting, less tool. indudes hydraulic Installation kit, unless otherwisi~noteØ.” Manufacturer Notes: Rates do not Include hydraulic Installation di

Blue Book Rates ‘

FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly esiithpte~pperatir~ cost ~ Ownership Costs /~ f~:

Published Rates Adjustments Region (100%) ModelYoar(l00%) OwnershIp (100%) Operating (100%) Totai:

Monthly $5,650.00

Weekly $1,580.00

-

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Dall%.-~ $39à.~Q0 ‘

I-lowly $59.00

Estimated operating costs

FHWA Rate’

Hourly $21.10

Hourly $53.20

$21.10

$53.20

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r~>.S~

c-~t~:, ~‘r,.

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-: $5,650.00

$1,O~Od~’ ~V;~ ‘i

$395.00

$59.00

Rate Element Allocation Element Depredation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating)

~

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Percentage 38%

Value $2,147.00! mo 47% $2,655.50! mo 3% $169.50 lmo 12% $678.00 Imo Fuel costdata Is not available forthese rates.

Revised Date: 2nd Half 2012

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Adjustments for CR08 in Inventory Terex RT 275 (disc. 2004) Rough Terrain Hydraulic Cranes Size Class: 17.0- 24.9 MTons 17.0. 24.9 Mrons Weight: 56,685 lbs.

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Configuration for RT 275 Power Mode Maximum Boom Length Net Horsepower

Diesel 94.0ff 130.0

Axle Configuration Maximum Lift Capacity

~

.41C4X 4 24.9 MT

‘~‘ ‘4 ,q, 0’

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Manufacturer Notes: Refer to LORAIN and P & H for other models.

Blue Book Rates “

FI-iWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly esli tatehjffiraflng cost. OwnershIp Costs

4~’~’~’~z ~

PublIshed Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: 91.6%) ModelYear(1997: 964%) Ownership (90%) Operatlng(100%) Total:

Monthly $5,300.00

Weekly $1,485.00

($445.20)

($124.74)

($174.77)

($48.97)

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Hourly $56.00

~($3l~0B)

($4.70)

($12.20)

($1.85)

($32.67)

($4.94)

$294.05

$44.51

Betimated Operating Costs

Fl-tWA Rate”

Hourly $37.90

Hourly $68.01

$37.90

$61.83

-

($468.00)

($i~1i&L,? ‘?,

$4,212.03

~.S1,I80~16

Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) ç$7~~

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Percentage 40% 46% 6% 6% 48%

Value $2,120.00! me $2,544.00! mo $318.00! mo $318.00! me $18.23! hr

Revised Date:

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Adjustments for MLO6 in Inventory

October 16,2012

Marklift CHSOC (disc. 1997)

~

1.0. Self Propelled Telescopic Scorn Aerial Lifts

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Size Class: 41- 50 ff41- 50 ft Weight: 15,900 lbs.

Configuration for CH5OC Power Mode Platlbrrn Capaclly Horsepower

Diesel 500.00 lbs 76.0

Maximum Platform Height Drive

•.‘~5Qt0fl

4X4

Manufacturer Notes: Refer to TEREX for current models.

Blue Book Rates ‘

Fl-tWA Rate Is equal to the monthly ownership costdlylded by 176 plus the hourly

;raung cast.

Ownership Costs Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: Model Year (100%) Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $3,435.00

Weekly $960.00

($364.11)

($101.76)

-

-

-

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Hourly $36.00

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $17.35

FHWA Rate’ Hourly $36.87

($3.82) -

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$3,070.89

j858,24~‘~.

$214.56

$32.18

$17.35

$34.80

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Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownershIp) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) © $a.79~4S

Percentage 42% 51% 4% 3% 44%

Value $1,442.70/mo $1,751.85/mo $137.40 Imo $103.05! mo $7.60 / hr

Revised Date: is~!}la~2012

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Adjustments for GNO2 In Inventory Small Generator Sets Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 5,001 - 1O~O0O Watts 5,001 - 10,000 Watts

ConfiguratIon for Small Generator Sets Power Mode Horsepower

Gasoline Il.O

Prime Output ‘~:.

Blue Book Rates “

FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estimatedopei~ting Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: 86.6%) ModelYear(20l0: 97.1%) OwnershIp (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $195.00

Weekly $55.00

Daily ‘~H4urly ~ $2.00

($26.13)

($7.37)

($I.8a)\. ~‘?~t~

($4.90)

($1.38)

stS≠O.3tJt

Estimated Operating costs Hourly $5.00

FHWA Rate’

$5.00

$5.93

Hourly $6.11

($0.27) ($0.05)

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-

•i’’\:~’~

-

tit

$163.97

$46.2Lt. 4

Rate Element Allocation Element Depredation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) © $3.51

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cKst.

s: ,~

•~4t

$11.77

$1.68

~

41~’i~•. 4 t

;t,.

-

~

Percentage 52% 32% 5% l1% 67%

Value $1Ol.40 low $62401 ‘no $9.75 I nb $21.45 I mo $3.32 I hr

Revised Date: 1st Ha ‘4.- ~

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Adjustments for TR 12a in Inventory On-Highway Light Duty Trucks Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 100199 HP 100.199 HP

Configuration for On-Highway Light Duty Trucks Power Mode Axle Configuration Horsepower

Gasoline 4X2 165.0

Cab Type Ton Rating

~.

Blue Book Rates

4

FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost dwided by 176 plus the hourly estimated operatirig&st Ownership Costs

~ .~W ‘~

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: 91.4%) ModeiYear(2010: 99.1%) Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

c~.y

Monthly $755.00

Weekly $210.00

Daily~; $53.0Of%~-~

Hourly $8.00

($64.93)

($18.06)

($4S6)

($0.69)

($6.21)

($1.73)

.,~c~($a44)

($0.0?)

-

-

$683.86

$190,24

~~

~!•

-

-

$48.00

$7.24

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly

FHWA Rate’

$15.5~

Hourly $19.79

$15.50

$19.39

Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) @ $3.92

~

Percentage 59% 27% 4% 10% 79%

Value $445.451no $203.85! ma $30.20 (raG $75.50 (ma $12.29 ! hr

Revised Date 2nd l~it201~

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Adjustments for TROI in Inventory On-Highway Flatbed Trucks Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 19,501 -26,000

GVW

-

19,501

-26,000 GVW

Configuration for On-Highway Flatbed Trucks Power Mode Maximum Gross Vehicle WeighI

Diesel 20,000 lbs

Axle Configuration Horsepower

~29O.0

~

Blue Book Rates ~‘

FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estimaledpperàbg~cü~t. Ownership Costs

,

- ,~-‘, .

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: 91.4h) Model Year (2008: 94.5%) OwnershIp (90%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $1,345.00

Weekly $375.00

Daily $94.00

($115.67)

($32.25)

($8.Ot)’t~

($67.61)

($18.65)

&4~7~),-

~

~

‘~-~

-. ‘

$~jfl6urIy $14.00

EstImated Operating Costs Hourly $22.30

FHWA Rates

$22.30

$26.24

Hourly $29.94

($1.20) ($0.70)

~:r:

($116.17)

($32.39)

fci~t$~12)

($1.21)

$~%_

$1,045.55

$29I.51~c*i~”~.

$73.07

$10.89

Rate Element Allocation Element DeprecIation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownershIp) indlrect(ownershlp) Fuel(operallng)©$4.13

~%,, ?-

~ ‘t;~‘-~‘

Percentage 51% 31% 5% 13% 73%

Value $685.95! mo $416.95/mo $67.25! tao $174.85/mo $16.19/hr

Revised

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Adjustments for TMOI in Inventory

October 16.2012

Rear Discharge Concrete Transit Mixers Miscellaneous Models Size Class: All All

Configuration for Rear Discharge Concrete Transit Mixers Diesel

Power Mode Horsepower

MbcerCapacfty Average CanierGVW

285.0

9o?O~gy~’

k~~r6i6,ooo

lbs

Blue Book Rates “

~~w~_-lr. FHWA Rate is equal to the monthlyownershlp cost divided by 176 plus the houriyestimated,oper~ting~&t. Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: Model Year (2008: 94.3%) Ownership (90%) Operating (100%) Total:

•:-;t~.

Monthly $7,375.00

Weekly $2,065.00

Daily $515.00

($885.00)

($247.80)

($61,8b’~Z~P

($369.93)

($103.58)

($812.01)

($171.36)

$5,508.06

$1,542,26r;~.

%-;.

-

~j~,dudy ~ $77.00

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $73.60

FHWA Rate Hourly $115.50

($9.24)

;($25S3>

($3.86)

~

~j$4~.74)

($6.39)

~tt-.

$384.63

$61.61

-

$73.60

$104.90

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Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operaling) @ $4.13 4 Revised Date: 2nd Half 20I’~~

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Value $3,466.25 I mo $2,876.25/mo $295.00 I mo $737.50 / mo $40.61 I hr

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October 16,2012

Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 45,001 . 60,000 G~ 45,001 - 60,000 GVW

Configuration for On-Highway Rear Dumps Power Mode Maximum Gross Vehicle WeIght Horsepower

Diesel 50,000 lbs 255.0

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Blue Book Rates FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estimale

5~eiatlng cost.

Ownership Costs Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: 91.4%) Model Year (2003: 85.7%) OwnershIp (100%) OperatIng (100%) Total:

Monthly $3425.00

Weekly $960.aO

$240 0O~,.

($294.55)

($62.56)

64)

($3.10)

($447.65)

($12547)

($31 37)

($4.71)

$187.99

$28.19

-

Hourly $36.00

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FHWA RaIe**

$43.90

$59.14

Hourly $63.36

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Value 51 .781.00 / inc $1061.75/mo $17125/mo $411.00/no $29.49/hr

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Board Memorandum To: Alamo EMA Board of Directors From: David Smith, Executive Director Copies: File Date: Friday, May 3, 2013 BC4RD ORDiRECWRS JOHN CLAMP

ROBERTS THOMPSON

REYNALDO L. DLiz, JR. SEQFFARYIflEASURER

TOMMY CAL VERT, JR.

Agenda Item 7: Approval of Change Order No.11 .

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Discussion and appropnate action regarding approval of Change Order Request No. 11 with Williams Brothers to increase the contract amount by $209,547.02 in connection with removing and replacing the existing Pedestrian Signals to Audible Pedestrian Signals (APS) at all signalized intersections with the project limits on the Loop 1604/281 Interchange Project. This is being done to comply with new Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requirements and as requested by TxDOT. .

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AAMIROA. Ci VAZOS GA WNO p~wos ROBERT C. RODRIGUEZ

DAVID SMITH .&HCVTPW’EDIRRCIOR

Staff recommends approval of Change Order No. 11.

CHANGE ORDER TRANSMITTAL

Williams Brothers Construction Company, Inc. P.O. Box 66428, Houston, Texas 77266 Phone: 713-522-9821 Fax: 713-520-5247 Date: Project: Control: Highway: WB Job:

March 12, 2013 US 281 / LP 1604 DESIGN BUILD PROJECT 253-04-139 US 281 / LP 1604 466DB

To:

Alamo Regional Mobility Authority 1222 N. Main Aye, suite woo San Antonio, Texas 78212

Attn:

Ms. Terry M. Brechtel Executive Director

For Office Use Only

Sent Via:

U Parcel Post U UPS U Federal Express U Courier S Other Email -

Dear Ms. Brechtel: We are sending you the attached change order pricing with appropriate documentation. Your approva and initiation of the change order is requested. S TxDOT Requested

U Contractor Requested

Scope/Description: Alamo RMA requested change order to install pedestrian signals at intersections throughout the project. Due to the procurement time of materials for this change order, a time Impact analysis will be run and provided to Alamo RMA once this pricing submittal is approved. Additional overhead costs and extended project barricade costs will also be requested, based on the additional time required to erform thts chan e order work. if you have any questions regarding this matter, please call Sincerely, WILLIAMS BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.

Seth Schuigen Vice President Ends Change Order Estimate Subcontractor Pricing

311212013

PED SIGNAL SUMMARY

DESC 0104-2015 0104-2021 0432-2001 0529-2061 0531-2006 0531-2014 0531-2040 0531-2015 0636-2001 0690-2030 0690-2128 8260-2001 8260-2002 8835-2001 9608-XXXX 502-X)0(X

DESCRIPTION REMOVE CONCRETE (SIDEWALKS) REMOVECONCRETECURB RIPRAP CONG (C) CONG CURB (TV I) CURB RAMPS (TV 2) CURB RAMPS (TV 22) CURB RAMPS (TV 5) CONG SIDEWALKS (4) ALUMINUMSIGNS(’TVA) REMOVAL OF PED PUSH BUTFON REMOVALOFPEDPOLEASSM REMOVAL OF EXISTING PED HEAD REPLACE LED COUNTDOWN MODULE ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRIAN UNIT (BUTTON) REMOVE EXIST RAMP & REPLACE WI DET WRNG SURF LANE CLOSURES ENGINEERING FEES DOAM FEES

UNIT SY LF CV LF EA 6% 6% SY SF 6% 6% 6% 6% 6k 6% 6% IS LS

APPROXIMATE QUANTITY 90.00 130.00 5.00 40.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 14.00 43.50 60.00 2.00 80.00 58.00 58.00 6.00 24.00 1.00 1.00

SUB UnItS 1077 3.00 32728 7.47 1,450.00 2100.00 I 30.23 16.00 45.00 1,320.00 88.00 595.00 988.00 50,500.00 2,275.34

TOTAL DESC:

Alamo RMA requested change order to install pedestdan signals at Intersections throughout the project San Antonio DIst,lci Average Low Bid Unit Price

ExtS 969.30 390.00 1,636.40 298.80 1,450.00 2,100.00 5583.00 423.22 696.00 2700.00 2.64000 5,280.00 34,510.00 57,304.00 50,500.00 2,275.34

WBCC UnitS Ext$ 11.42 1,027.80 3,18 413.40 347.08 1,735.40 7.92 316.80 1537.73 1537.73 2227.05 2227.05 1973.59 5920.77 32.06 448.84 16.97 738.20 47.72 2,863.20 1.399,86 2,799.72 93.32 5599.20 631.00 36.59800 1,047.77 60,710.66 2,937.00 17,622.00 540.00 12,960.00 53555.25 53,555.25 2,413.00 2,413.00 $ 209,547.02

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. PM. Box 98 Floresville, Texas 78114 PH (830)-393-0083 FAX 393-4730 E-MAIL: [email protected]

PROPOSAL DATE:

2/3/2013

TO: ATTN: FROM:

Seth Schulgen Michael Davila

PROJECT:

Bexar County Us 281 and Loop 1604 Interchange Control #0253-04-139

SCOPE. F&W Electrical Contractors, Inc. proposes to provide all materials, labor, and equipment to provide a complete electrical Installation per the plans and specifications of the above reference project. (SEE ATTACHED UNIT PRICE SCHEDULE)

NOTES: Any Question please call 1-800-299-0083 Ext 23

Pro o al

MATERIALS: OTHER CHARGES:

TOTAL: Bonding Available PROPOSAL FIRM FOR 90 DAYS

$70,078.50 $33,051.50

$103,130.00

F&W

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC

P.O. Box98 Floresville, Texas 78114 PH (830)-393-0083 FAX 393-4730 E-MAIL: [email protected] DATE: 21312013 ITEM

DESCRIPTION

636-2001 690-2030 6260 8260 8835-2001 690-2128

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

ALUMINUM SIGNS (TV A) REMOVAL OF PED PUSH BUTTON REMOVAL OF EXISTING RED HEAD REPLACE LED COUNTDOWN ACCESSIBLE PEDESTRAIN UNIT(BUTTON) REMOVE RED POLE ASSM

UNIT PRICE SCHEDULE Bexar County

Us 281 and Loop 1604 Interchange Control #0253-04-139 QTY 43.50 60.00 60.00 58.00 58.00 2.00

UNIT PRICE SF EA EA EA EA EA

$16.00 $45.00 $88.00 $595.00 $988.00 $1,320.00

EXCLUSIONS BARRICADES / TRAFFIC HANDLING/POLICE/LANE CLOSURES ALL RIP RAP CONCRETE / AROUND SIGNS? SIDEWALK I CURB RAMPS REMOVAL OF ANY CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS HANDLING OF EXISTING HAZARDOUS MATL.S LAY OUT / FIELD ENGINEERING HAULING SPOILS OFF SITE /TRUCKING WORK CALLED FOR ON TCP SHEETS IF ANY F&W MUST BE NOTIFIED FOR ALL REQUIRED SIGN REMOVALS F&W NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SIGN MATERIALS REMOVED BY OTHERS F&W NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DUST CONTROL

AMOUNT $696.00 $2,700.00 $5,280.00 $34,510.00 $57,304.00 $2,640.00 $103,130.00

ITEM 636-2001 690-2030 8,260.00 8,260.00 8835-2001 690-2128

AVERAGE LOW BID UNIT PRICE CONSTRUCTION SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT -

1531 2040

CURB RAMPS (W 5)

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Williams Brothers Construction Company Change Order Estimate Item: Project: Control: Hwy:

REMOVE EXIST RAMP & REPLACE WI DET WRNG SUR Qty: US 281 I LP 1604 DESIGN BUILD PROJECT 253-04-139 US 281) LP 1604

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WE 466

SCOPE Alamo RMA requested CO to add pedestrian signals at intersections throughout the project. As a result, (6) of the existing curb ramps must be removed and replaced with detectable warning surface. LABOR Qty tin 60 his 60 hrs 60 hrs

Desc 4 Laborers 1 Conc Finisher I Foreman Labor Burden Labor Comp -

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Dose 1-ToncrewTruck UtiuityTraller Air Compressor Jaokhammers Concrete Saw 314 Ton Truck



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Supplies Comp

MATERIALS Qty tin 6 ea

Dose

Rate 17.40 2.79 19.01 0.94 3,53 29.88

Un Ihr Air Air Air Air Air

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5,139.81

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Cat Ti!

670.41

25%

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15% Unit Equip

Dna Detectable Warning Surface Mats

tin Air Air 11w

55% 25%

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Rate 13.00 14.50 35.00

270.00 -

Rate tin /ea

Subtotal

Line ill

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TOTALS Subtotal S 17,451.81 17,451.81 f!~F0RMANCEB0ND-1% 174.52 Item Total 17,626.33 CHANGE ORDER ESTIMATED UNIT PRICE S 2,937.70 The pricing piovided constitutes an estimate of the work to be performed based on the Information provided by TxDOT. it should not be Interpreted as a representation of actual cost Schulgen

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Williams Brothers Construction Company Change Order Estimate Item: Project: Control: Hwy:

LANE CLOSURES US 281 1 LP 1604 DESIGN BUILD PROJECT 253-04-1 39 US 281 / LP 1604

Oty:

24 ca

WB 466

SCOPE Alamo RMA requested CO to add pedestrian signals at Intersections throughout the project. As a result, lane closures will be needed to provide a proper work zone for this Change order work. LABOR Dose -~ QIy Un Rate Un Line Tti I Traffic Control Lead Man 72 has 15.00 /1w 1,080.00 2 Laborers 72 hrs 13.00 /hr — 1,872.00 I Foreman 36 hrs 35.00 ihr -~ 1,260.00 LaborBurden Labor Comp

55% 25%

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EQUIPMENT Q~ Un 72 has 72 hrs 240 hrs 36 hrs 240 hrs

Un Mi /1w Mi Mi 11w

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Line Ti! 1,851.12 200.88 484.80 1,075.68 960.00

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5,258.35

5,258.35

Rate Un lea

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685.87

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Supplies Comp

Rate 25.74 2.79 2.02 29.88 4.00

15%

Dese

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2,316.60 1,053.00

Unit Labor

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Subtotal $ 12,839.95 12,839.95 PERFORMANCE BOND 1% 12840 item Total ,-.—.—12~968.35 CHANGE ORDER ESTIMATED UNIT PRICE -~ 540.30 The prIcing provided canslitutes en estimate of the work to be performed based on the Information provided by TxDOT. IL shouid not be interpreted as a representation of actual cost.

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Mardi 12,2013

On-Highway Light Duty Trucks Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 100-199 HP 100 -199 HP

a

14

Configuration for On-Highway Light Duty Trucks PowerMode Axle Configuration Horsepower

Diesel 4X2 195.0

%

.4

Gab Type Ton Rating

fCraw~l ~1) %

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Blue Book Rates

FHWA Rate Is equal to the monthly ownership cost divIded by 176 plus the hourly estimated &~r~tirig€ost Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: Model Year (2005: 93.6%) OwnershIp (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

Weekly $260.00

($79.55)

($22.36)

($0.86)

($54.11)

($15.21)

($0.58)

-

-

$791.34

Element Deprocialion (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CEC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) § $4.13 Revised Date: 2nd

4~8

$222.4%

~

Rate Element Allocation

Daily ,~ $65 00%?

~ kk,

Monthly $925.00

~

Hourly $1000

Estimated Operating Cests Hourly $12.90

FHWA Rate**

$12.90

$17.40

Hourly $18.16

-

$55.61

$8.56

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4

Percentage 69% 27% 4% 10% 75%

Value $545.75/mo $249.75? ma $37.00! ma $92.50? ma $9.66? hr

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Rental Rate Blue Book® On-Highway Light Duty trucks Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 200 -299 HP200-2GSHP

PS’

Configuration for On-Highway Light Duty Trucks PowerMode

Gasoline 4X4 285.0

Mie Configuration Horsepower

CabType Ton Rating

‘S

Blue Book Rates FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 pius the hourly estimated 8j~ythlng dost Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas:

91A%)

McdetYear(2011: 99.3%) Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Tetai:

Daily ~ $58.00~4~’~.

Hourly $900

Monthly $830.00

Weekly $230.00

($71.38)

($19.78)

($0.77)

($5.31)

($1.47)

($0.06)

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $25.60

FHWA Rate”

$25.60

$29.88

Hourly $30.32

-

$763.31

Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciauon (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) @ $3.92

~I ~~LJ

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$52.64

$8.17

Percentage 59% 27% 4% 10% 83%

Value $489.70/mo

$224.lOImo $33.20/mo $63.00/mo $21.23! hr

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Rental Rate Blue Book® Non-Tilt Deck Utility Trailers Miscellaneous Models

fib

Size Class: All All

Configuration for Non-Tilt Deck Utility Trailers NumberofA~cIes Hitch Type

2 Tow

NumbororTlres CapacIty

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~ FHWA Rate Is equal

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Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments Reg6lon (Texas: Model Year (2005: Ownership (100%) OperatIng (100%) Total:

Weekly $71.00

Daily $18.00~

($33.66)

($9.37)

($2f1%%

($21.25)

($5.92)

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$3.10

($0.40) ($0.25) -

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$14.12

$2.35

$1.65

$2.79

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0

Percentage Value 46% $117.30/mo 38% $91.80/mo 5% $12.75? mo 13% $33.15/mo Fuel cost data is not available for these rates.

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Rental Rate Blue Book® Concrete Saws Miscellaneous Models Size Class: To 10 HPTo 10 HP

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Configuration for Concrete Saws Power Mode Maximum Culling Depth Horsepower

Gasoline 5 in 5.5

1#2Ston~iMasonry

Type Blade Capacity Diameter

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Ing cost.

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ownershIp Costs

Published Rates Adjustments RegIon (Texas: 88%) Model Year (2010: 97.6%) OwnershIp (100%) Operellng (100%) Total:

Monthly $220.00

Weekly $62.00

Hourly $2.00

~$26.40)

($7.44)

($0.24)

($4.26)

($1.20)

($0.04)

EstImated Operating Costs Hourly $2.46.

FHWA Ratt

$2.45

$3.53

Hourly $3.70

4

$1.72

$189.34

Element DepreciatIon (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownershIp) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) @ $3.9g~4. ~

Percentage 46% 42% 3% 9% 69%

Value $101.2Oimo

$92.4OImo $6.60/mo $19.80 /mo $1.66/hr

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Hand-Held Pavement Breakers Miscellaneous Models

Size Class: To 40 lbs To40 lbs

4’

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Blue Book Rates

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Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas:

Model Year (2010: Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $100.00

Weekly $28.00

Daily $7.00

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($2.86)

~$0~t%~%~

($3.86)

($1.08)

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$85.94

$24.06

4$0,ä).

F%’9~i/

%

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FHWA Rate’

Operating Costs Hourly $0.50

Hourly $1.07

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Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating)

‘~

$6.02

$0.86

$0.50

$0.99

*

k~% .9 ~

+

%:~‘~‘

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March 12.2013

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Size Glass: 125-249o1m125-249cfm

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Configuration for Portable Rotary Screw Air Compressors Power Mode Rated Pressure @ P81

Diesel 125

Air DelIvery Rating Horsepower

~i%% Blue Book Rates

~ FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownershIp cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estimatedepe~n~~t. Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments ~ (Texas: ~~“ear (2008: OwnershIp (100%) OperatIng (100%) Total:

Monthly $750.00

Weekly $210.00

Daily $53.00

($76.50) ($38.39)

($21.42) ($10.75)

($5f1)4~*.

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Rate Element Allocation Element DepreclaUon (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) lndlrect(ownershlp) Fuel(operaUng)~$3.98

$177.S34~7%. ~ a, d

PHWA Rate** Hourly $19.66

($0.82) ($0.41) -

—.

$635.11

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $1SAO

$44.88

-

$6.77

$15.40

$19.01

4 %J

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Percentage 25% 65% 3% 7% 74%

Value $187.50 / rio $487501 mo $22.50/mo $52.50/mo $11.46/hr

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‘S M. 4

Configuration for On-Highway Light Duty Trucks PowerMode Axle Configuration Horsepower

Diesel 4X2 340.0

~c~h&)

CabType Ten Rating —

~-

-.

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Blue Book Rates

~ FHWA Rate Is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estimated ~$~(~bog~ost. a:t Ownership Costs , (Fh. t~/ Monthly Weekly Dally~ ~I~1%~JL Hourly Published Rates $945.00 $265.00 $66.OOt ~ $10.00 Adjustments Region (Texas: ($81.27) ($22.79) €~8~ ~ ($0.86) 91.4%) Model Year (2006: ($35.41) ($9.93) ($0.37)

~4

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $21.00

FHWA Rate** Hourly $26.37

~

Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

-

-

$826.32

$2~,2~t

Rate Element Allocation Element DeprecIation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) @$4.13

)

-

-

$57.85

$8.77

-

$21.00

$25.71

4~Z\4

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Percentage 59% 27% 4%

10% 80%

Value $557.55/mo $255.15) mc $37.80/mo $94.50) mo $16.85 11w

Revised Date: 2nd

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Rental Rate Blue Book® Trailer Mounted Arrow Boards Miscellaneous Models Size Class: AllAh

Configuration for Trailer Mounted Arrow Boards Power Mode

Solar

Horsepower

Blue Book Rates

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4%) ~

by 116 pius the hourly estimated operaiirjW ost,%

Ownership Costs

%p

4~

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Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: 88.6/a) ModelYear(2011: 98.7%) OwnershIp (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $295.00

Weekly $83.00

Daily $21.00

($33.63)

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($0.34)

($3.40)

($0.96)

($Oi~4) ‘% ‘4

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PHWA Rate** Hourly $2.23

-

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$72.68

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$2.63

$0.55

$2.02

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LANE CLOSURE BARRICADES BREAKDOWN: ITEM BARRELS CHEVRONS SIGNS T-LEGS SAND BAGS TV III BARRICADES

QTV 25 3 48 6 24 0

UNIT EA EA SF EA EA EA

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PRICE+TAX $45.47 $21.65 $8.66 $48.71 $0.45 $211.09 TOTAL CREDIT

$1,920.44 50%

NEW TOTAL #OFLNCLOSHRS LANE CLOSURE BARRICADES RATE ($/HR)

TOTAL $1,136.63 $64.95 $415.68 $292.28 $10.91 $0.00

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Item Description;

Bus Pads

QUANTITY: Labor 4,338.40 2.386.12 1,084.60

Equipment 9119.48

108.43

Materials 0.00

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Subcontract 48781.90

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1,361.92

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LABOR CRAFT CODE

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RATE

HOURS

OTFCTR

TOTALS

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Ope,ator Labo( DornpTrkDdwr

18.00 laDe 14.00

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1,346.40 1,944.80 1047.20

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EQUIP COST 9119.48

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RATE

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Cat426 CrewTruck Dump Truck

39.12 3223 62.76

0550

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QTY

MATERIALS (JIM UNIT PRICE

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MAPL COST

UNIT COST

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LS

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330CC 1,000.00 1,000.00 9,000.00

35.781,90 1.000,00 1,000.00 9,000.00

This pricing provided constitutes an estimate of the workto be preformed based on the infonnalion provided by ARMA. It should not be interpreted as a representative or actual cast.

Project: CS.) 253-04-139 Item Description:

Cootxol:

Higliwsy: US 281 at Loop 1604 WB Job N: V/B 466

Labor Burdens Contractor Fee Contractor Fee

Item Cost

Traffic Conlrol 26.00 Days

QUAN’l’ITY;

55.00%

2~.OO%

Labor 4.63320

2,546.26

Equipment 4.77422

Materials 0.00

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52,548.26

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Bus Pads

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Provide frafflc control

1.SHrs to set up & take down each day 78 Iks

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LABOR

CODE

CRAFT

CRAFT

3

Traffic Control Labor

RATE 15,00 13.00

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TOTALS

UNIT COST

4,633.20

178.20

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3,120.0

EQUIP COST 4,774,22

UNIT COST 183.62

1,287.00 3,348.20

NO P05

EQUIP OESC

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TOTALS

I

Pick-Up Flatbed TraIler Arrow Board Lane Closure Barricades

1649 32.23 2.91 1.81 1.06

78.0 78.0 78.0 260.0 260.0

1,286.22 2,513.94 226.98 470.60 276.48

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UNIT PRICE

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UNIT COST

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TOTALS

SUB COST

UNIT COST

This pricing provIded constitutes an cstirnaie oT the work to be preformed based on the information provided by ARMA. It should not be interpreted as a representative of actual cost.

LANE CLOSURE BARRICADES BREAKDOWN: ITEM BARRELS wI BASES CI-IEVRONS SIGNS T-LEGS SAND BAGS TV III BARRICADES

QTY 42 6 48 6 24 Q

UNIT EA FA SF CA EA EA

PRICE $42.00 $21.00 $8.00 $45.00 $0.42 $195.00

PRICE +TAX $45.47 $22.73 $8.66 $48.71 $0.45 $211.09 TOTAL

$10.91

$0.00 $2,764.79

CREDIT

90%

NEW TOTAL #OFLNCLOSHRS LANE CLOSURE BARRICADES RATE ($/HR)

TOTAL $1,909.53 $136.40 $415.68

$276.48 260 =

$1.06

This pricing provided constitutes an estimate of the work to be preformed based on the information provided by ARMA. It should not be interpreted as a representative of actual cost

Estimate

Best in Town, Inc San Antonio, TX 78251 Bus(210)520-3225, Fax 521-1969 Cell: (210)843-739T

Date

Estiniale#

3128,2013

1096

Name) Address Witlinnts Brothers Construction Co., Inc P.O. Box 66428 Houston. Te~~ns 71266

Project 281-1601 Item Bus

Desciiptton Busstop

Unit

Qty

SQYD

Cost 330.00

Thial 330.00

Cliau8e Order: Project t604-281 Qfl~ not includeti in quote only price per SQ YD.

~

Subtotal Sales Tax (8.125%)

Total

$330.00 $0.00 $330.00

Craig Hill From: Sent: To: Subject:

Randy Rogers [RRogers©wbctx.comj Thursday, May 02,201310:26 AM Craig Hill FW: bus stops

From: Lee, Mike [m~ilto:[email protected]~cpbs,com] Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2013 8:53 AM To: Randy Rogers Subject: RE: bus stops John Pollard had set the bus stops up as a time & material CO. We’ve spent $7913.73 so far to complete the design work. I’d estimate another $1000 to sign/seal/deliver final drawings and get through the NDC & review process. Call it $9000 for a final number. Let me know if you need anything else. From: Randy Rogers [email protected]~wbc~cpJrj Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2013 8:01 AM To: Lee, Mike Subject: RE: bus stops Thanks. rtr

From: Lee, Mike ~ Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2013 8:01 AM To: Randy Rogers Subject: RE: bus stops I’ll have that information for you shortly. From: Randy Rogers [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2013 7:35 AM To: Lee, Mike Subject: bus stops I’ni looking for Jacobs’ price for design of the bus stops. Can you provide today? rtr

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Adjustments for EXOB in Inventory Caterpillar 426B (disc. 1991

May 1.2013

Tractor-Loader-Backhoes Size Class: 15’ to ljnder IS’ 15’ to Under 16’ Weight: 14,970 lbs.

Configuration for 426B Power Mode Loader Bucket CapacIty—Heaped Net Horsepower

Diesel 1.25 cy 79.0

Drive Backhoe Stick Operator Protection

4WD Fixed EROPS

~ ~.: ~.

Equipment Notes: Includes General Purpose loader bucket, backhoe bucket, and ROPS, unleâ óthe&’se noted.

Blue Book Rates ~ FIIWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly eslirnated dperatlng cost. Ownership Costs

-

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: 88.9%) Model Year (1996: 100%) Ownership (100%) Operating(100%) Total:

Monthly $2,855.00

Weakly $800,00

($316.91) -

..;.

Daily $2ÔOÔO

Hourly $30.00

($88.80)

($22.20)

($3.33)

-

.

-

-

-

$177.80

$26.67

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $24.10

FHWA Rate”

$24.70

$39.12

Hourly $40.92

-

-

..

s

-

L~.

$2,538.09

$711.20

Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) indirect (ownershIp) Fuel (operating) @ $4.1 a-

Percentage SB% 44% 7% 11% 51%

Value $1,084.90/mo $1 .256.20/ mo $199.85 / mo $314.05/mo $12.69/hr

Revised Date: 2nd ~1alf 2012

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Adjustments for TRI I in Inventory On-Highway Flatbed Trucks Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 6,001 10,000 OWl 6,001 -10,000 GVW Configuration for On-Highway Flatbed Po~erMode Maximum Grass Vehicle Weight

Trucks

Gasoline 8500 lbs

P&te Configuration Horsepower

4X2 180.0

-

Blue Book Rates -.~ FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estImated operafing cost. Ownership Costs PublIshed Rates Adjusiments Region (Texas: Model Year (2008: Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $730.00

Weekly 8205.00

Daily $51.00

($62.78)

($17.63)

~$4.39)

($36.70)

($10.31)

t$2.56)

-



.

.

~ -

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-

Hourly $8.00

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $28.65

FHWA Rates

$28.65

$32.23

Hourly $32.80

($0.69) ($OAO) -

--

$630.52

$177.06

$44.05

$6.91

Rate Element Allocation Element Depreclallon (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) @ $392

Percentage 51% 31% 5% 13% 63%

Value $372.30 / mo $226.30 I me $36.50/mo $94.90 I ma $23.71 (hr

Revised Date: 2nd Half ?012

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May 1,2013

On-Highway Rear Dumps Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 33,001 - 45,000 GVW 33,001 45,006 OVW

.. -

-

Configuration for On-Highway Rear Dumps Power Mode Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight Horsepower

Axle Configuration

Diesel 40,000 lbs 315.0

-6X4. ‘::040cy

Struck Capacity

Equipment Notes: Highway type rear dump equipment presents a broad variance in list price for similar load rated capacities. Engine, rnde, and transmission combinations can significantly vary the rate. Costs listed here reflect an average purchase price average purchase price and are presented only for comparative purposes.

Blue Book Rates “

Fl-DNA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 pius the hourly estimatedo~emting cost. Ownership Costs

-r ~

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: Model Year (2006: 901%) Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $2,720.00

Weekly $760.00

. -

Daily $19&0O

Hourly $29.00

($~6.34)

($2.49)

($16.15)

($2.47)

-

-

$157.51

$24.04

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $49.95

FHWA Ratr Hourly

$65.40

--

($233.92)

($65.36)

($231.21)

($64.60).~

-

--;-

-

S

-

$2,254.87

-

$630.04

$49.95

$62.76

Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownershIp) CPC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) @ $4.13

Percentage 52%

31% 5% 12% 73%

Value $1,414.40/mo $843.20! mo $136.00 I mo $326.40 ! mo $36.43! hr

Revised Date: 2nd Half 2012

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May 1, 2013

On-Highway Light Duty Trucks Miscellaneous Models Size Class: 100- 199 HP 100. 199 HP

Configuration for On-Highway Light Duty Trucks Power Mode A3de Configuration Horsepower

7.

Gasoline 4X2 143.0

crew

Cab Type Ton Rating

,112 .

BlueBookRatos “

-

--

-

FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estimated o~emi1ng bUst. Ownership Costs •

Published Rates Adjustments RegIon (Texas: 914%) ModelYear (2011: Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

-,

Monthly $600.00

Weekly $170.00

Daily $43.00.

Hourly $6.00

($51.60)

($14.62)

($370)

($0.52)

($3.64)

($1.09)

~($0.~8)

($0.04)



-

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $1340

FHWA Rate’ Hourly $16.61

-

-:

-

-

$39.02

$5.44

...,

$544.56

$154.2

-

$13.40

$16.49

Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownershIp) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating) © $3.92

-

-~

Percentage 59% 27% 4% 10% 79%

Value $354.00 Irno $162.00! no $24.00/mo $60.00! ma $10.65) hr

Revised Date: 2nd Half 2012

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Mayl. 2013

Trailer Mounted Arrow Boards Miscellaneous Models Size Class: AllAn

Configuration for Trailer Mounted Arrow Boards PowerMode

Solar

Horsepower

N/A

Blue Book Rates

.~•

~ FHWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estimated opeml!n~.osL~ Ownership Costs

U -. -

Published Rates Adjustments Region (Texas: 88.6%) Model Year (2008: 94%) Ownership (90%) Operating (100%) Total:

Monthly $295.00

Weekly $83.00

Daily $21.00

Hourly $3.00

($33.63)

($9.46)

($2.39).t-.:

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $0.55

FHWA Rate Hourly $2.23

-

.-

($15.68)

($4.41)

($1A2)

---

($0.34)

-.

($0.16)

- --

($24.57)

($6.91)

-

($1.75)

($0.25)

$15.74

$2.25

‘:

$221.12

$62.22

-. -

-~

-

$0.55

$1.81

Rate Element Allocation Element Depreciation (ownership) Overhaul (ownership) CFC (ownership) Indirect (ownership) Fuel (operating)

Percentage Value 51% $150.451mo 35% $103.25/mo 4% $11.80/nm 10% $29.50! ma Fuel cost data Is not available for these rates.

Revised Date: 2nd Half 2012

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May 1,2013

Non-Tilt Deck Utility Trailers Miscellaneous Models Size Class: AllAH

:;.~ - -

Configuration for Non-Tilt Deck Utility Trailers NumberofAxies Hitch Type

2 Tow

Numberof Tires Capacity

-.

-4 5.0

-

Blue Book Rates “

FI-IWA Rate is equal to the monthly ownership cost divided by 176 plus the hourly estimated oper~ling cost. Ownership Costs

Published Rates Adjustments Reg~ion (Texas: ModelYear(2013: 100%) Ownership (100%) Operating (100%) Total:

.-

Monthly $255.00

Weekly $71.00

Daily $18.00

($33.66)

($9.37)

($2.3B)~

-

-

-

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1 $221.34

$6IS3-

-

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Háurly $3.00

Estimated Operating Costs Hourly $1.85

FHWA Rate Hourly $3.10

-

($0.40) —

-

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Craig Hill From: Sent: To: Subject: Attachments:

Randy Rogers [[email protected]] Wednesday, April17, 2013 9:00 AM Craig Hill FW: FW: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604. 281 and 1604 Bus Pads VIA Comments.pdf; Bus Pad Locations VIA Comments.xls; Bus Stop locations marked up.pdf

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From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Leon Wright Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 821 AM To: Randy Rogers Cc: Jesse Khangura; Leon Wright; Mac Quails Subject: Fwd: FW: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604.

Randy Bid from this. Leon Forwarded message From: Leon Wright < [email protected] corn> Date: Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 4:56 PM Subject: Fwd: FW: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604. To: Larry Blazek , Patrick Irwin , Mac Quails , Leon Wright

Forwarded message From: Leon Wright Date: Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 5:11PM Subject: Fwd: FW: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604. To: Mac Quails cmguai1s~&wbctx.com>, Jesse K.hangura , Jeanette Wright , Jesse Ortiz , Dale Stein

Forwarded message From: Murillo, Alfred P Date: Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 3:10 PM Subject: FW: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604. To: Leon Wright Cc: “Lee, Mike” < 4ike.Lee çob~cqm>, “Flores, Fernando X.” 1

Leon,

See the email below and attachments for the information on the bus pads and VIA’s response/comments to the proposed locations. We will need to reply to VIA questions raised below. Please let me know what WB andJRMA will or will not provide regarding any requests made in VIA’s email.

Also, I included a file showing photos with rough sketches of the locations of the pads. This should help visually see the grading conditions in the field and where small curb walls may be necessary. We have also provided you the preliminary quantities associated with the pads and the preliminary plans showing the pad locations. Next, we will submit an official cost for the implementation of the pads, along with a separate cost for the bike lanes.

If you have questions or comments, please let me know.

Thanks, Alfred

From: Lee, Mike Sent: Friday, February 15, 2013 8:36 PM To: Murillo, Alfred P Cc: Flores, Fernando X. Subject: FW: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604.

Alfred, FYI.

From: Sweet, Ernest [maiIto:~rnest.5,~vjcg~©yJainfQ.pez] Sent: Friday, February 15, 2013 2:40 PM To: Manning, Tracy; Lee, Mike Cc: Flores, Fernando X. Subject: RE: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604.

Tracy and Mike, I called Fernando and we discussed the issue. Please see the attached PDF and spreadsheet with VIA comments added to the originals. 2

Below is a summary of our discussion

Stops 1,2,3,4, 5, 7,9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, & 17 No issues with locations

Stops 6 and 8: Would like to combine these stops into a single stop at 218 + 15. Realize that this may not be possible due to paver-s at requested location. If this is not possible, will be fine with stops at suggested locations.

Stops 12 and 13: Existing shelters will remain at these locations. Requested that new 5’ X 8’ pad is added on the south side of the shelter for 12 and on the north side for 13.

Request that for each stop location (except 12 & 13 that have shelters) an additional 3’ X 6’ be added in order to accommodate a bench. Understand that this will need to be designed as the grade allows.

VIA will remove and replace any bus stop pole, bench or trash can as needed. We understand that the existing shelters on stops 12 and 13 will remain.

VIA asks that you consider adding an additional stop and bench pad on east bound 1604 frontage on the west side of Gold Canyon. This is if you will be able to connect it to a sidewalk. The exact location will need to be determined.

Mike, we thank you for bringing VIA into this project. Please do not hesitate to contact us again if you need anything to complete this project.

Ernest Swee! VIA Metropolitan Transit 1210) 362-2155 From; Manning, Tracy Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 4:49 PM To: ‘Lee, Mike’ Cc: ‘Flores, Fernando X.’; Sweet, Ernest Subject: RE: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604.

Mike. Thanks, we are still reviewing and ~vill provide comments later this week.

Thanks, Tracy Manning Route Planning Manager VIA Metropolitan Transit PC Box 12489 San Antonio TX 78212 362.2151)

From: Lee, Mike [[email protected] Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 4:12 PM To: Manning, Tracy Cc: Flores, Fernando X. Subject: RE: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604.

‘I’raey I just wanted to touch base and check on status of the review as well as to let you know that I’ll be out of the office for the remainder of this week and all of next week. Any approvals, comments or questions can be directed to Fernando Flores, who is copied on this email. Fernando’s phone number is ~IO~413-53’P). —

Thanks.

-Mike

From: Lee, Mike Sent: Monday, February 11, 2013 12:18 PM To: ‘[flcv,[email protected]’ Subject: Bus Pads along 281 and 1604.

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Tracy Thank you for taking the time to talk with me about this earlier today. Per our conversation, there are 17 bus stops along 281 (Bitters to Loop 1604) and Loop 1604 (Stone Oak to Gold Canyon) that will be provided with new concrete bus loading pads as part of the improvements for the Alamo RMA’s 281/1604 project. —

The attached PDF contains the construction plans for these new pads and the spreadsheet contains additional information, including distances to the new pads from the existing bus stop poles. If you could please review these plans and let me know if you have any comments, I would appreciate it. If you have no continents, I would also appreciate a response to that effect.

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