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THE CITY OF <br /> 7 3 d.. V <br /> CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> pLE ASANTON. <br /> July 17, 2018 <br /> Community Development <br /> Traffic Engineering Division <br /> TITLE: APPROVE THE FUNDING AGREEMENTS WITH THE METROPOLITAN <br /> TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION RELATED TO THE INNOVATIVE <br /> DEPLOYMENTS TO ENHANCE ARTERIALS (IDEA) GRANT <br /> SUMMARY <br /> The City of Pleasanton was awarded the inaugural Innovative Deployments to Enhance <br /> Arterials (IDEA) Grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) to <br /> install Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measure (ATSPM) technology at 48 <br /> intersections within the city. This technology will allow staff to monitor traffic signal <br /> system operations and efficiency, signal system health and vehicle travel patterns. The <br /> ATSPM technology will also integrate with mobile data applications in an effort to <br /> improve traffic operations and make commuting within the city more pleasant. The <br /> attached funding agreements outline the responsibilities of the MTC and the City of <br /> Pleasanton regarding grant reimbursement and local match requirements. <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> 1. Approve and authorize the City Manager to execute funding agreements related <br /> to local match and grant reimbursement. <br /> 2. Re-appropriate $125,710 in Traffic Impact Fee funds from FYs 2019-2021 to FY <br /> 2018/19 within Capital Improvement Project No. 17541 . <br /> 3. Transfer $36,190 from the existing Cal-West traffic signal maintenance contract <br /> to Capital Improvement Project No. 17541 to fund the required local grant match. <br /> FINANCIAL STATEMENT <br /> The total project cost is $361,900. The MTC awarded the City $271,425 in IDEA Grant <br /> funds. A 25 percent local match is required. The Alameda County Transportation <br /> Commission (CTC) will provide 15 percent of the 25 percent local match through their <br /> Transportation Technology Initiative Matching Opportunity fund ($54,285) and the <br /> remaining 10 percent will be funded through the existing Cal-West traffic signal <br /> maintenance contract ($36,190). There are sufficient funds in the annual signal <br /> maintenance budget for this work. <br /> The City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) includes a project for Intersection <br /> Improvements at Various Locations (CIP No. 17541). This CIP is funded by Traffic <br /> Impact Fees ($400,000 for FY 2017/18 through FY 2020/21). The MTC IDEA Grant and <br /> the Technology Initiative Matching Opportunity fund from Alameda CTC will provide a <br /> total reimbursement of $325,710 at project completion. <br />