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CHSRA SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED
BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM
Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)
Thursday, November 8, 2012
VISION OF HIGH-SPEED RAIL IN
CALIFORNIA
• Connect state’s great cities with clean,
fast, modern passenger rail system
• Fully electric trains capable of sustained
220 mph speeds
• Los Angeles-San Francisco trip time of 2
hours, 40 minutes
• Phase II connections to Sacramento
and San Diego
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WHERE WE ARE TODAY
• January 18: Governor Brown’s State of the State Speech
• April 12: Revised Business Plan Approved
Support from Elected Officials & Business Leaders
• May 29: Board Names Jeff Morales as CEO
• July 6: Legislature Appropriates Funds for Project
• July 18: Governor signs SB 1029
• September 19: Feds Approve HSR Merced-Fresno Route
• September 21: White House announces it will
expedite review of next phase
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2012 BUSINESS PLAN
• Phased Implementation
• Blended system, fully
integrated
• Initial Operating Segment
by 2022; one-seat ride by
2029
• Early investments, early
benefits
• Cap-and-Trade
backstop
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JOB YEARS
• Phase 1 construction –
Average 66,000 jobs annually
for 15 years
• 2,900 permanent operations
jobs for Phase 1Blended
• 30% Small Business participation
goal; 10% DBE; 3% DVBE
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CHSRA SB/DBE PROGRAM
GOAL
30%
Small
Business
Goal
• SB/DBE overall goal is 30 percent
• Objectives apply to all components
within the Authority, and all
Contractors/Design-builders on
existing and future contract awards,
regardless of race, color, national
origin, and gender
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A COMMITMENT TO
DIVERSE SMALL BUSINESSES
• The Authority has an obligation to
seek out SBs for contract bids
• Businesses that are incorporated in
this Program include:
• Disadvantaged, Minority and
Women-Owned Firms (as
recognized protected groups
under the US DOT DBE Program)
• Disabled Veteran Business
Enterprises
• Micro-Businesses
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FUNDING
• Appropriation of Prop1A funds:
• $2.7B for initial construction;
• $819M for State Rail
Modernization;
• $1.1B for Early Investment
(includes $500M for SoCal)
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STATEWIDE RAIL MODERNIZATION PLAN
• $900 Million for Southern
California transit projects
• LA Metro - $115 Million for
Regional Connector in
Downtown Los Angeles
• Metrolink - $89 million for new
or improved trains
• San Diego MTS - $152 million to
modernize Blue Line light rail
• North County Transit District - $60
million for Positive Train Control
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MOU
• Earmarks $1B in HSR funds for early
investment projects
• Regional Projects, like LA Union
Station Run-Thru Tracks
• Grade seps, double tracking
projects identified/prioritized in
each county
• Promotes interagency approach
to develop blended system
• Calls for a coordinated plan to
identify and obtain funding
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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ACTION PLAN
• Prioritize connectivity from Bakersfield into the Southern
California Basin (Close the GAP, reach Metrolink)
• Access funding
• Complete EIR/EIS
• Develop “Blended Approach” strategy with agencies
• Conduct station area planning now
• Implement “Early Investment” strategy with agencies
• Coordinate with operators (Metrolink, Amtrak,
Caltrans, BNSF etc.) to streamline schedules and
connections to HSR
• Continue EIR/EIS work on So Cal sections
CHSRA SB PROGRAM TEAM
CONTACT INFORMATION:
ADDRESS:
770 L Street, Suite 800
Sacramento, CA 95814
PHONE:
916-431-2930 (SB Program)
EMAIL:
[email protected]
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HIGH SPEED TRAIN ANIMATION
Thank you
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