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SACRAMENTO

EMERGENCY TRANSIT RESPONSE

PLAN AND WEB TOOL


BOARD MEMBERS AND MEMBER JURISDICTIONS

Peter Hill (Chair), City of Rocklin

Mary Jane Griego (Vice Chair), Yuba County

John Allard, City of Roseville

Harold Anderson, City of Winters

Christina Billeci, City of Marysville

David Sander, City of Rancho Cordova

Christopher Cabaldon, City of West Sacramento

Steve Cohn, City of Sacramento

Tom Cosgrove, City of Lincoln

Gary Davis, City of Elk Grove

Carl Hagen, City of Placerville

Kevin Hanley, City of Auburn

Diane Hodges, City of Live Oak

Jim Holmes, Placer County

Robert Jankovitz, City of Isleton

Kevin Johnson, City of Sacramento

John Knight, El Dorado County

Joe Krovoza, City of Davis

Roberta MacGlashan, Sacramento County

Leslie McBride, City of Yuba City

Steve Miklos, City of Folsom

Larry Montna, Sutter County

Barbara Payne, City of Galt

Susan Peters, Sacramento County

Don Saylor, Yolo County

Walt Scherer, Town of Loomis

Phil Serna, Sacramento County

Jeffrey Slowey, City of Citrus Heights

Tom Stallard, City of Woodland

Vacant, City of Colfax

Rick West, City of Wheatland

Jody Jones (Ex-Officio Member), Caltrans District 3

SACOG MISSION

Delivering transportation

projects; providing public

information and serving as a

dynamic forum for regional

planning and collaboration

in the greater Sacramento

Metropolitan Area

1415 L Street, Suite 300

Sacramento, CA 95814

tel 916.321.9000

tdd 916.321.9550

www.sacog.org


WHAT WE DO

The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) is an

association of Sacramento Valley governments formed from the six

regional counties—El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo and

Yuba—and 22 member cities. SACOG’s directors are chosen from

the elected boards of its member governments. SACOG’s primary

charge is to provide regional transportation planning and funding,

as well as a forum for the study and resolution of regional issues.

In this role, SACOG prepares the region’s long-range transportation

plan; approves distribution of affordable housing around the region;

keeps a region-wide database for its own and local agency use;

helps counties and cities use federal transportation funds in a

timely way; assists in planning for transit, bicycle networks, clean

air and airport land uses; and has completed the Blueprint Project

which links transportation and land development more closely.

This report was funded in part through grants from the Federal

Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration,

U.S. Department of Transportation. The views and opinions of

the authors or agency expressed herein do not necessarily state

or reflect those of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

EXECUTIVE STAFF

Mike McKeever

Chief Executive Officer

Kirk Trost

Chief Operating Officer/

General Counsel

Matt Carpenter

Director of Transportation Services

PROJECT STAFF

Jim Brown

Principal Program Expert

Mark Heiman

511 & Intelligent Transportation

System Manager

Edward Coviello

Assistant Planner

SUPPORT STAFF

Gayle Greene

Administrative Assistant lll


SACR RAMENTO O AREA COUNCIL C OF GOVEERNMENNTS

SAC CRAM MENTO

EM MERGGENCY

TRRANSIIT

PR EPAR REDN NESS PLAN P N & WWEB

TOOL

Jun ne 20122

1415 L ST TREET, SUITEE

300

SACRAMENTO

S

O, CALIFORNNIA

95814


A CKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The staff at the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) wishes to sincerely thank all

those people who assisted in the development of this plan including Blake Cooke at Websnsuch.

The work was supported by the California Department of Transportation, District 3 under Transit

Technical Assistance SACOG OWP number 12-002-08.

The insight provided by the SACOG Transit Coordinating Committee about the details of the

individual transit agencies was extremely helpful in developing a tool that can meet the needs of

Emergency Service responders while preserving data security and the needs of the individual transit

operators.


Introduct tion ............... ...................... ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ....... 1

Study De evelopment .. ...................... ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ....... 3

Interoper rable Commu unications Gaps G ................ ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ....... 5

Continuing C Operations O ..... ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ....... 6

Human H Resou urces ............. ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ....... 7

Contacts C ........ ...................... ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ....... 7

Fleet F Informa ation .............. ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ....... 7

Inventory y of Transit Logistical L Ca apabilities, Maintenance,

aand

Security . ...................... ...................... ..... 10

Transit Assets A ............ ...................... ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ..... 14

Maintena ance of Datab base .............. ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ..... 16

Reporting g, Testing, an nd Exercise Program P ....... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ..... 18

Funding Opportunitie es for Exerci ises and Plan n Developmeent

.................. ...................... ...................... ..... 21

How to Use U Database e .................... ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ..... 24

Recommendations

.... ...................... ....................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ..... 32

Appendix x A—Transit t Coordinatin ng Committe ee Agendas aand

Staff Repports

Appendix x B—Form

Appendix x C—Office of Emergency

Services Locations L

Appendix x D—Transit

Coordinatin ng Committe ee Advisory GGroup

Conttact

Informattion

Appendix x E—CalEM MA Continuit ty of Operations

Planningg

Checklist

Appendix x F—Transit t Assets

TA A BLE OF

C O N TENTSS

Sacra amento Emerggency

Transitt

Preparednesss

Plan & Webb

Tool


Sacramento Emergency Transit Preparedness Plan & Web Tool


I NTRO O DUCTION

This project

aims to build b an ongo oing tool kit to prepare thhe

Sacramentto

Region’s ttransit

operattors

for a mul ltitude of pot tential respon nses to transp portation emmergencies.

TThe

project iss

managed byy

SACOG through the guidance of the Transit Coordinating

C g Committee (TCC). SACCOG

has

complete ed the work with w SACOG G staff and th he informatioon

technologgy-consultingg

firm Websnnsuch.

The proje ect examined d different informational

awareness a opptions

availabble

to emerggency

plannerrs

when eva acuations are necessary. Additionally, A transit resouurces

availablee

can help too

reduce the nneed

for privat te auto use during

an evac cuation when n roadways mmay

become congested wwith

evacueess

or

impassibl le to private autos a for saf fety concerns s ranging fromm

flooded rooadways

to thhreats

of looting.

This repo ort can be vie ewed as a too ol kit geared towards t the Sacramento Region’s trannsit

operatorrs.

The main n feature of th he kit is the new n web site e https://wwww.sacogtransitvisibility.oorg

that allowws

transit op perators, eme ergency plann ners and officials

to view updated datta

for each paarticipating

ppublic

transit ag gency. It also includes the ability to sto ore forms forr

use by mobbile

transit opperators,

a view

of

current human h resour rce condition ns available an nd the abilityy

to maintainn

communicaations

betweeen

transit op perators durin ng non-emer rgency and di isaster times. .

The tool kit allows op perators to pl lan for the movement m of people durinng

a natural ddisaster

in a mmore

efficient manner m by im mproving the e asset visibil lity to both thhe

transit disspatcher

and the emergenncy

planners. With fixed-r route buses, paratransit vehicles, v and ppossibly

rail vehicles, thee

project will

allow for the efficient t movement of o residents who w do not hhave

access tto

an automoobile.

The weeb

tool deve eloped by SA ACOG, the Transit

Coord dinating Commmittee

Advissory

Committee

to the prroject

and the consultant

helps

make tran nsparent com mmunicationns

between trransit

operatoors

and the

emergenc cy operations s officials sim mpler. The to ool kit will ideentify

methoods

to strengtthen

the

communi ication betwe een the Sacra amento Coun nty Emergenncy

Operationns

Center annd

the

participat ting transit op perators.

The report

also recom mmends a tab bletop exercise

to be condducted

in thee

near future followed byy

an

exercise after a action report.

It then n directs the regions transsit

operators to hold a larrger

full-scalee

exercise in

conjunctio on with the Sacramento

County C Officee

of Emergency

Services including

represent tatives from the t El Dorad do, Placer, Su utter, Yolo, aand

Yuba Coounty

Officess

of Emergenncy

Services. The funding g of the recom mmendations

is also discuussed

as the need for exeercise

funds

beyond th hose normall ly available fo or transit ope erations are llimited.

This limitation often

hinders the

ability to maintain a ro obust trainin ng program fo or disasters. A how to guuide

for the wwebsite

is inclluded

in this rep port to allow w users a refer rence when getting g starteed

using this website.

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S TU U DY DEVELO E O PMENT

The study y was developed

out of th he recommen ndation of ann

After Actioon

Report foor

an Octoberr

2007 full-scale

exercis se held at the e Sacramento o County Emmergency

Opeerations

Cennter

(EOC). TThe

report ide entified inter r-agency com mmunication as a a correctivve

action. Addditional

feeddback

from tthe

exercise, that featured d the movem ment of differe ent agencies 40 ft. and paaratransit

busses,

noted thhat

a

lack of a single comm munications node n lead to vehicle v convooys

being brooken

up by ssimulated

mechanic cal problems. . The interne et based communications

tool as well as the procuurement

of a

mobile co ommand pos st in 2010 by Paratransit Inc. I will alloww

for multiaggency

coordination

in thee

event of a large-scale event in the Sacramento Region.

The inter rnet based tool

was then discussed d and d refined in cconcept

by thhe

Transit Coordinating

Committee

Advisory Group in No ovember 201 11. It was connfirmed

by thhe

group as a method to

begin to tackle t the rec commendatio ons from the e After Actioon

Report. Thhe

tool is noww

housed at

https://w www.sacogtra ansitvisibility y.org and can n be accessedd

by a user naame

and passsword

combinat tion. The too ol was develo oped and desi igned in conjjunction

betwween

SACOG

staff and tthe

web desig gn firm Websnsuch

of Ro oseville Calif fornia.

The tool was displaye ed to the TCC C in an open public meetting

on May 116,

2012. Thhe

TCC proviided

critical feedback

into the design of f the tool. Am mong the iteems

of feedbaack

were:

� Have H program m administrat tor (SACOG G Staff) call annd

verify appplications

forr

user name aand

passwords

� List L more com mplete types of fueling fac cilities – desccribe

CNG nnozzle

types, etc

� List L how to pa ay for the fue el and other services on ssite

– can theey

take cash oor

credit?

� List L the fuelin ng capacity of f the site in gallons g availaable

and pressure

rating foor

CNG nozzzles

� Number N of wheelchair

lift ts available on n the vehiclees

and numbeers

of spacess

for wheelchhairs

� Si ite capacity for f storage of f vehicles

� What W is the ab bility of an op perator’s flee et to go throuugh

standingg

water? Is it 6 inches or 3

in nches?

To address

these conc cerns the con nsultant met with SACOGG

staff in Junne

2012 to taackle

each

suggestion

provided by b the TCC. The T results of o the meetinng

are incorpporated

into tthe

final prodduct

that was presented p to the TCC on n June 20, 201 12. The webssite

will be taailored

duringg

the comingg

months to

adjust as operational

in nputs are rece eived from thhe

transit opeerators.

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I

NTERO O PERABLE

CO O MMUNICATTIONS

G APS

It was no oted at the No ovember 201 11 meeting of o the advisorry

group thatt

most of thee

transit operrators

in the Sac cramento Reg gion operate e with different

radio freqquencies

and that using exxisting

equipment

on the ve ehicles is not always possi ible when un nder the commmand

of an aagency

otherr

than itself. IIt

was sugge ested that the e immediate solution be the t use of haand

held radiios.

While thee

use of the

handheld d radios for ea ach bus oper rator can prevent

a lack oof

communiccation.

It wouuld

be preferrred

that the lo ocal transit operators o hav ve a single system

or systeem

that is cappable

of commmunicating

with

the local emergency operations o center

or incident

commannd

post.

This repo ort is designe ed to outline the needs of f each of the participatingg

transit operrators.

The

participat ting operator rs are:

� Yolo Y County Transportati T on District

� Unitrans U

� Sa acramento Regional R Tran nsit (SRTD)

� Paratransit P Inc c.

� City C of Davis Community Transit

� City C of Folsom m Stage Line es

� El E Dorado Tr ransit

� e- -tran (City of f Elk Grove)

� Sa acramento County C DOT (SCT Link)

Each ope erator’s radio o system is ou utlined below w:

� Yolo Y County Transportati T on District

o 800 MHz M for large e fixed route buses

o Nexte el for smaller cutaway bus sed

� Unitrans U

o 800 MHz M for large e fixed route buses

� SR RTD

o 800 MHz M for large e fixed route buses

� Paratransit P Inc c.

o 450 MHz M radio with

two repea ater towers

� El E Dorado Tr ransit

o Simple e two-way ra adio

� e- -tran

o 900 MHz M radio with

o Nexte el phones for e-van servic ces

� Folsom F Stage Lines

o Nexte el type phone es

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� Davis D Commu unity Transit t

o Nexte el phone and simple two-w way radio

� Sa acramento County C DOT (SCT Link)

o 450 MHz M radio sys stem

The radio o types listed above vary from f the sim mplest two-waay

radio channnel

to compplex

800 MHHz

systems that

can inter roperate with h Police, Fire,

etc. during every day orr

disaster evennts.

Understanding

each of o the operato ors radio systems

will alloow

emergenccy

planners aand

respondeers

to

expect wh hat commun nications cond ditions exist for each opeerator

at eachh

event. If thhere

is a mixeed

operation n with multip ple buses for several opera ators, the paiiring

of busees

with like raadio

systems may

be simple er with this knowledge. k

The deve elopment and d testing of Paratransit P In nc.’s mobile ccommunications

van is a vvaluable

tooll

to

develop the t practice and a knowledg ge needed pr rior to disasteer

operationss.

If this tooll

is used to, “ “iron

out” diffi iculties in dis spatching veh hicles from mixed m fleets tthen

knowleddge

is gained to improve

communi ications flow w during an ac ctual disaster r that requirees

more than one transit ooperator

to wwork

together. The van can n be used to bridge b any co ommunicatioons

gaps thatt

may occur iif

different raadio

systems are a used by participating p transit t operat tors. The usee

of the commmunications

vehicle shouuld

include tr raining exerci ise/familiariz zation with th he Sacramennto

County EEmergency

OOperations

Ceenter.

The vehic cle is fueled by b diesel fuel l that allows for easy fuelling

and mobbility.

The vehhicle

is owneed

by

Paratrans sit Inc. Howe ever, the vehi icle should be b displayed tto

interested transit operaators

in the

region to expand the sense of reso ources availab ble to help wwith

communnication/disppatching

at a

disaster in nformation control c site.

Informati ion gathered d at the Janua ary 25

exercise plan p for inter roperable com

mobile di ispatching ve ehicle. The Ja

of multip ple transit ope erations pers

procedures

outlined in n the report.

incident support s communications

support events e log an nd incident su

th meeti

mmunication

anuary 25 th ing of the advvisory

groupp

leads to thee

setup of an

ns between trransit

operatoors

using thee

Paratransit Inc.

meeting m resultted

in recommmendations

to test the abbility

sonal to co-lo ocate in the mmobile

dispattch

vehicle annd

to test

The procedu ures are heldd

under the foollowing

struucture

using aan

form, incide ent support rradio

call signn

informationn

form, inciddent

upport deployment

checkklist.

Informati ion gathered d from late 20 009 to the spring

of 2011 accounts for

the vehicle assets of 14

transit op perators in th he SACOG Region. R The newly n completed

online ddatabase

allowws

these 14

transit op perators to up pdate the dat ta as needed to keep the EEOC

staff innformed

of thhe

current asssets

at possibl ly available to o assist in an n emergency or o disaster evvent.

The dattabase

is alsoo

viewable too

the

persons in n the EOC or o any other person p whom m SACOG ggrants

access. .

The initia al structure of o the databas se is outlined d on the nextt

page. The fiinal

version iis

outlined inn

the

how to use

database chapter. c

Continui ing Operations

� Agency A

� Facility F ID

� Able A to Funct tion At Diffe erent Facility? ? Staging, , AAlternate,

Just

Primary onnly

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� What W Equipm ment Needed to Function?

Generatorss,

tools, lifts, etc...create liist

� Lodging L Requ uired? y/n

Human Resources

� Resource R Typ pe (Driver/M Mechanic/Dis spatcher/Passsenger

Aide/ /Security)

� Qty Q

� Sh hift Available e (4hrs/8hrs/12hr/24hr/

/24+)

� Number N of Days D Available e?

� Sp pecial Consid derations?

� Date D Updated d

Contacts s

� First F Name

� Last L Name

� Contact C Num mber

� Title T

� Additional A Ph hone

Transit T Opera ator (RT, Uni itrans, YTCD D, etc)

� Email E

� Alt A Email

� County C

Fleet Inf formation

Vehicle Ty ype

� Bus B

o Bus Type (40ft coach & QTY, Ove er the Road CCoach

& QTTY,

Cut-a-Way

& QTY)

o Lift Equip pped? Y/N

o Bike Rack k? Y/N

o Fuel Type e? D/CNG/G G

o # Seats Av vailable?

� Rail R & QTY

o #Seats?

o High Floo or/Low Floo or?

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Utility

o Pick Up & QTY

� Fuel l Type

� Radi io Equipped?

� Type?

o Staff & QTY

� Fuel l Type

� Radi io Equipped?

� Type?

o Van & QT TY

� Fuel l Type

� Radi io Equipped?

� Type?

� Pet P Friendly?

Facility Inf formation

� Name N

� Address1 A

� Address2 A

� City C

� County C

� Type T (Primary y/Alt/Stagin ng)

� Fuel F Available e ? (Gas, Die esel, CNG) Y/N Y

� Vehicle V Storag ge Capabilitie es

� Maintenance M Capabilities? C

o Lift Capab ble?

o Type of Lift? L

� Dispatching D Capabilities? C

� Fuel F Vendor Info I

o Offsite/O Onsite (Y/N)

o Delivery method m

o Contract (Y/N) (

� Expiration E Da ate

� Flood F Zone? Y/N Y

� Wild W Fire Risk k? Y/N

� Onsite O Securit ty Available? Y/N

o Security Type? T Vendor r, sheriff, pol lice

o Gate Control?

Y/N

o Camera Equipped? E Y/ /N

� Comments: C

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I NVE E NTORY

OF T RANSIIT

L O G ISTICC

AL

C APABILI

I TIES, M AINT TENANN

CE ANN

D S ECC

URITYY

The inven ntory of tran nsit logistical capabilities, maintenance m e and securityy

abilities willl

be conductted

through the t https://w www.sacogtra ansitvisibility y.org web sitee.

This has nnot

been accoomplished

in the

SACOG Region. The e system is str rictly volunta ary at this timme.

Howeverr,

if a disasterr

were large

enough or o other unfo oreseen event ts occur, then n the system could be useed

as a tool tto

gather dataa

on

a mandat tory basis.

The inven ntory include es manual da ata input by each e participaating

transit ooperator.

Thhe

manual inpput

allows the e operator to o place all of the assets or r just some oof

the assets iinto

the databbase.

By usinng

this meth hod, flexibility y has been le eft to transit operators o abbout

how to uuse

the systemm

best fit thee

needs of the location that they ser rve.

The inven ntory section n includes fields

such as ty ype of bus, nnumber

of seeats,

parking available at tthe

maintenance

facility si ites, human resources r ava ailable, contaact

informatiion,

etc. The use of the

website as a a tool is a direct d result of o input rece eived from thhe

transit opeerators

in thee

meetings off

the

TCC advi isory group.

Below is a list of the forms f that ha ave been dev veloped to heelp

transit opperators

increease

the

situationa al awareness of their facili ities, vehicle fleets, and hhuman

resourrces.

� All A Hazard Ri isk Assesmen nt

� Deployment D Checklist C

� Event E Log

� In nformation Flow F Test

� Radio R Call Sig gn Form

These for rms can be fo ound in appe endix B. The e forms shoulld

be used inn

the format that they apppear

and can serve s as a catalyst

for loca ally developed

proceduress

to address situational awwareness

of

logistical capabilities.

The All Hazard H Risk k Assessmen nt is used to gauge a facillities

vulnerabbility

to a varriety

of possiible

problems s such as fire risk, flood damage, d struc ctural weakneess,

security ddeficiencies,

etc. The list can

be tailore ed by each op perator to me eet local need ds

The follo owing fields on o the form are a described d below:

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� Facility F Locati ion

o Please e list the stree et address of f the locationn

(s) you are ooperating

at

� Is s there a Fuel

Supply

o This will w list if fuel l is available at the locatioon.

o Please e check “Y” if i the fuel is available a to mmeet

your opperational

neeeds

o Please e check “N” if i there is no ot the correctt

fuel type (s) ) or no fuelinng

at all

� Is s there a Pow wer Supply

o This will w list if elec ctrical power is available aat

the locatioon

o Please e check “Y” if i power is av vailable to mmeet

your opeerational

needds

o Please e check “N” if i the power does not exiist

or meet yoour

needs

� Facility F Const truction Type e

o Is the facility made e of Wood, CMU, C or writte

in other mmaterial

o This will w indicate a level of spli inter / fire prrotection

at tthe

facility

� Flood F Plain

o Is the facility in a flood f plain/z zone – if so, pplace

a “Y”

o If not in a flood pl lain/zone pla ace a “N”

o Flood plain/zone includes i all areas a mappedd

as a flood rrisk

by the Coounty

Officee

of

Emerg gency Service es

� Wild W Fire Dan nger

o Is the facility in a wild w fire zone e – if so, placce

a “Y”

o If not in a wild fire e zone place a “N”

o Fire zo one is define ed as an area with risk of a large wildfi fire that can immpact

operaations

at the facility

� Can C be Secure ed

o Can th he facility be secure to an n appropriate level for thee

operations being conduucted

there

o Is the facility able to t be secured d – if so, placce

a “Y”

o If not able to be se ecured place a “N”

� IT TS Security Features F Pres sent

o Does the facility have

security features suchh

as cameras, , key card acccess,

automaatic

gated entry, motion

detectors, etc

o Does the facility have

ITS secu urity features – if so, placee

a “Y”

o If not able to be se ecured place a “N”

� Comments C

o Add additional a com mments as needed

o For fu urther comments,

use nex xt line below until compleete

The All Hazards H Risk k Assessment t form can be e found at htttps://www.ssacogtransitvvisibility.comm.

It

can be do ownloaded an nd saved for agency use in i determininng

a general llevel

of situational

risk too

assets hou using transit resources su uch as mainte enance, Inforrmation

Techhnology,

admministrative,

fueling, and

other fun nctional aspec cts of operati ing a transit system.

The Dep ployment Ch hecklist is us sed to facilita ate a discussioon

within a ttransit

agencyy

or betweenn

multiple transit t operat tors. The che ecklist raises questions off

how the eveent

may affect

an agenciees

normal operations

and d what steps need to be taken t to addrress

the taskiing

be asked for by a

requesting

agency or prior p to a tas sking being is ssued.

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The Even nt Log is use ed by transit dispatchers to t log daily eevents

to proovide

the basiis

for a recorrd

of

operation nal events. Th his can be us sed to track service

hours provided too

a requestingg

agency. It ccan

also be us sed as a docu ument to trac ck incidents occurring o duuring

a coursee

of a workday

to providee

a

record fo or the dispatc cher and transit

managers.

This form sshould

be ussed

for one 224-hour

periood

only and a new form generated g at the end of th he 24 – hourr

period.

The Information

Flo ow Test For rm may be us sed to providde

a checklistt

for each deployed

vehiccle

or

set of veh hicles and persons.

The ch hecklist acts as a situationnal

awareness

tool similarr

to the All

Hazard Risk R Assesme ent but is on a smaller sca ale of each evvent

at the traansit

operatoors

location oor

if

the opera ator is sendin ng vehicles an nd persons to o respond to a requested tasking. Likee

all of the otther

forms, th his can be mo odified to me eet local need ds.

Radio Ca all Sign For rm is used to list the diffe erent radio naames

for eacch

group or cconvoy

of

vehicles. The T radio ca all signs can be b used to locate

and commmunicate

wwith

one vehiccle

or a numbber

of vehicle es with only one o radio available.

The form f can be filled out maanually

if powwer

sources aare

not availa able. The form

is a respon nse to difficu ulties encounntered

duringg

the 2007 exxercise

that

displayed d communica ations difficul lties

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Starting in n the fall of 2009, 2 the Tra ansit Coordin nating Commmittee

througgh

SACOG bbegan

to ask for

listings of f agency vehi icles, contact ts, and radio types to be ccollected

by SSACOG

stafff.

The updattes

occurred through the spring of 20 011 with som me of the 14 ttransit

operattors

participaating.

The

developm ment of the tr ransit asset database d associated

with thhis

report aimms

to improvve

the flow oof

informati ion between the transit op perators and the emergenncy

officials. The attachedd

list of transsit

assets is a base of plan nning for this

report. It gives g a snap sshot

of how mmany

physicaal

assets are iin

the

region an nd served as a launch poin nt for the dat tabase develoopment.

Ongoing discussions have h led to the

determina ation that theere

is a need to exercise tthe

deploymeent

of

assets to staging sites that are safe.

The deploy yment exercisse

should invvolve

the use of the

Paratrans sit Inc. dispat tching vehicle.

It should also a be exerccised

first at a tabletop levvel

to improvve

the produ uctivity of a functional/fu

f ull scale exerc cise. The usee

of the databbase

developped

for this reeport

is recomm mended to te est its ability to t pass on vi ital informatiion

to emerggency

officialls

and mobilee

transit dis spatchers. An n after action n report from m an exercisee

held in Octoober

2007 inndicated

severral

areas for improvemen nt. Some of those t recomm mendations aare

summarizzed

below.

Among th he needs determined

are:

T RANS S IT A S S ETS

� A need to wor rk together on o communic cations betwween

transit ooperators

� A need to kno ow how long g transit opera ations can bee

sustained aat

a staging siite

� A need to wor rk together to

build relati ionships needded

to improove

informattional

flows

du uring a larger r scale disast ter

� A need to wor rk with prosp pective Coun nty and City OOffice

of Emmergency

Serrvices

personns

to

build

understa andings and outline o expec ctations.

The work k conducted in this grant is in direct re elation to thee

recommenddations

issueed

in the afteer

action rep port from the e US Depart tment of Hom meland Securrity.

The worrk

completedd

prior to

inventory y transit asset ts was in resp ponse to requ uests from TTransit

Coorddinating

Commmittee.

The

Transit Coordinating

C Committee’s s group of ag gencies involvved

in creatinng

the database

developeed

with this report provided

direction n and design input into thhe

developmment

of the wweb

based

reporting g tool.

The tool can be used to update the

transit asse ets in the SACCOG

regionn

on a regularr

basis. It cann

also

serve as a communica ations condui it between tr ransit operatoors

who mayy

be operatingg

mobile or ffixed

dispatchin ng centers at t different loc cations and have h the needd

to share fleeet,

human reesource,

and

facility maintenance m in nformation. Without the e tool, the abiility

to proviide

real time transit asset data

to emerge ency planner rs will be slow wer and poss sibly less accuurate.

The usse

of the tooll

allows for

updating of informati ion while scre eening for er rrors throughh

more than just the singlle

transit opeerator

and review wer. All tran nsit operators s will have the

ability to vi view most of the informattion

in the

database among the participating p agencies. a Som me aspects of

the data wiill

not be viewwable

to all tto

protect privacy

if requ uired.

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The datab base will be maintained m fo or a period of o one year byy

the contracctor

(Websnssuch)

who buuilt

the site. The T site was purchased p fo or 4 years starting

in Marcch

2012 to MMarch

2016. DDuring

this

period, th he site admin nistrator will be b SACOG who w will issuue

user namees

and passwoords

to transsit

operator representativ ves, emergen ncy planning officials, o andd

SACOG staaff

members.

Once the

March 20 016 date is re eached, SACO OG will need d to determinne

if it wants to purchase additional years

of the we ebsite, shift th he program to t SACOG servers, s or shhift

the progrram

to a counnty

Office off

Emergen ncy Services or o a willing tr ransit operato or to managee.

The main ntenance of the

website will w include th he following tasks by the service contrractor

for a

period of f twelve mon nths. SACOG G staff will th hen administeer

the prograam

followingg

the one-yearr

contracto or support pe eriod.

List tasks s for one year r:

M AINTEN

N ANCE

OF THH

E D A TTABASE

� Maintain M the user u accounts

for the web b based reporting

tool

� Correct C database

problems

that arise

� Maintain M datab base tool tha at allows the upload of quuick

reaction checklists annd

procedurees

developed

wit th this report t

� Provide P suppo ort if needed d to keep the website operrable

throughh

a period off

twelve monnths

af fter the launc ch of the wor rking version n

If the cur rrent contact at SACOG is i not availab ble, the site aadministratorr

will be transsferred

to a

person th hat SACOG designates. d The T designee will notify alll

account ussers

of the neew

email address

and phon ne number as s the site adm ministrator. The T web addrress

URL waas

purchased for four yearrs

from GoD Daddy.com and a will expi ire in March 2016. It will need to be rrenewed

if thhe

program iss

to

continue beyond Mar rch 2016.

Funds for

the purchas se of the first

four years came c from a Caltrans plaanning

grant uused

to fundd

this

plan. The e use of SACOG

funds un nder the Tra ansit Techniccal

Assistancee

fund could be used to

purchase the web add dress URL in 2016. The current

price for the webssite

is $486.200.

The site caan

be

purchased d during sale e times for les ss expense. The T website ccan

be built ffor

other purrposes

in adddition

to the em mergency prep paration and response tas sking. It can be used to hhouse

ten-yeaar

capital andd

operation ns plans, FTA A grant applications

for th he 5316 and 5317 prograams

that SACCOG

reviewss

prior to uploading u int to the FTA TEAM T system m, or it can bbe

used to provide

a databbase

for capiital

project re equests as part

of SACOG G’s regional funding f requuests.

The SAC COG staff res sponsible for r administerin ng the websitte

will be ablle

to add or ddrop

data fiellds

as

requested d by the TCC C. The ability y to adjust the e database is necessary too

allow for addaptation

oveer

time to meet m the need ds of the tran nsit operators s in the area. The local Office

of Emeergency

Serviice

persons will w also prov vide input as required to adjust a the datta

fields in coollaboration

with the TCC.

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REPORTIN

N G, TE STING

A changin ng threat env vironment an nd recent eve ents emphasiize

the need ffor

emergenccy

planning

capabilitie es that enable

an agency/ /organization n to continuee

its essentiall

functions accross

a broadd

spectrum m of emergenc cies. The Continuity

Guid dance for Noon-Federal

EEntities,

statees

that the

purpose of o this guidan nce documen nt is to provi ide direction for the deveelopment

of ccontinuity

pllans

and progr rams for non n-federal enti ities. Effectiv ve continuityy

planning annd

programs facilitate the

performa ance of essen ntial functions

during all-h hazards emerrgencies

or oother

situationns

that may

disrupt no ormal operat tions. The pr rimary goal of o continuity is the continnuation

of esssential

functiions.

The Repo orting, Testin ng, and Exerc cises Program m incorporatte

the three ffunctional

areeas

of testingg

systems and a equipmen nt, training personnel, p an nd exercising plans and prrocedures.

The agen ncy should bu uild COOP procedures, p exercise e scenaarios,

and tesst

the proceddures

and

scenarios each year. The T developm ment of the following fo itemms

is suggestted

for each ttransit

operattor

in the SA ACOG Region

to tailor th he procedures s and exercisses

to the neeeds

of each aagency.

Annuual

testing sh hould include e tests of the following ar reas:

� COOP C Proced dures

o Alert an nd Notificatio on of Person nnel of COOPP

event

o Activation

of COOP P Plan if plan n is present

� If not deve eloped, begin n process forr

building plaan

o Relocati ion to Altern nate Operatin ng Facility (EERS)

� If not deve eloped, begin n process forr

securing sitee

agreementss

o Devolut tion procedu ures

o Reconst titution to pe ermanent faci ility and normmal

operations

� The T Vital Records

Manage ement Progra am

o Recover ry of vital rec cords

o Sustaina ability of criti ical informat tion systems, services, andd

data

� Communicati

C ons Capabilities

o Radio Sy ystem

o Landline e and Cellula ar Telephone e Systems

o Runner System

o Test tran nsit visibility y web tool with

Emergenccy

Services OOffice

� In nfrastructure e at transit fac cilities

o Power Supply S

o Water Supply

o Fuel Sup pplies

o Basic Fi irst Aid Kits

AND E XERCC

ISE PRR

OGRAAM

The agen ncy should pr rovide COOP P awareness training for aall

new hires and include it in the

employee e handbook, hand cards, and a post at transit

facilitiees.

COOP TTeam

trainingg

should occuur

on an ann nual basis for r all COOP Personnel. P

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As part of o the routine e review of a COOP Plan n, resources nneeded

for Critical

Missioons

Support

should be e assessed an nd updated as s warranted.

The agen ncy should ca arry out a deli iberate and pre-planned p mmovement

of

the COOPP

Personnel too

an Altern nate Operatin ng Facility or stage locatio on on an annnual

or regulaarly

scheduledd

basis. A

comprehe ensive debrie efing allowing

for particip pants to idenntify

systemicc

weaknesses in plans andd

procedures

and to rec commend Pla an revisions should occurr.

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FUN N DING

The Calif fornia Emerg gency Manag gement Agenc cy (CalEMA) A) Inland Reggion

is responnsible

for

guiding th he Regions opportunities

o s. The local Offices O of Emmergency

Serrvices

at the CCounty

and CCity

levels also o house staff f with experti ise in funding g exercises an and planning for transit opperators.

A llist

of comm mon funding sources s is fou und in the tab ble below.

Sources s of Funds

1Proposition

1B Transit t Safety and Security

Funds

2 Urban Area A Security In nitiative Funding

3 Transpo ortation Security

Administration

Transit Sec curity Grant Proogram

(TSGP)

4 Homela and Security Gr rant Program

5 Caltrans

Planning Fun nds for Transit

6 Emerge ency Managem ment Performan nce Grants Proggram

7 Non‐Pr rofit Security Grant

Program

* In Bol ld is through US S Dept of Homeeland

Security and Eligible foor

Sacramento

Urban Area ‐ this can include collabooration

betwee en transit agenncies

servicing

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Funding for exercises can be obtai ined through h the programms

highlighteed

in bold. TThere

are

limitation ns on the loca ations in whi ich funds for r transit speciific

exercisess

can be passed

too. The

limitation ns for the SA ACOG Region n are the Sac cramento Urbbanized

Areaa.

The Sacrammento

Regional

Transit District D is the primary poin nt of contact t regarding thhe

use of fedderal

funds thhrough

the

TSGP. Pa aratransit Inc c. also has a history h of sec curing fundinng

for exerciises

from varrious

sourcess

througho out the past several

years.

The use of o Caltrans Transportatio

T on Planning Grants G adminnistered

through

Caltranss

can be usedd

to

plan for exercises e and d agency secu urity or disast ter plans. The

grants are aapplied

for oon

an annual

cycle thro ough Caltrans

and SACO OG in the win nter months. The grant foor

this reportt

is the produuct

of the Ca altrans Transp portation Pla anning Grant ts.

Propositi ion 1B Safety y and Security y funds are available a for ccapital

purpooses

only. Thhey

can be ussed

for projec cts such as th hose listed be elow among others:

� Se ecurity came eras

� Building B acces ss controls

Transit T stop li ighting

� Fencing F of bu us lots

� Fencing F of rai il right of wa ay

� Message M signs s

� Computer C sys stem upgrade es to continue

operations after a disaster

� Fuel F security systems s

O PPORTUNI

I TIES FFOR

E XXERCISS

ES ANN

D

PLA A N DEVELOP E PMENTT

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The staff f at SACOG scores these funds and fo orwards recoommendationns

to CalEMAA

each year

during th he ten-year bo ond program m. The funds are set to havve

the last fuunding

roundd

in FY 20166-17.

Funding for implemen nting emerge ency and disa aster planninng

can be a chhallenge

for ttransit

providders

outside th he urbanized d area of Sacr ramento. It is s suggested thhat

interestedd

operators wwork

throughh

SACOG staff to facili itate the awar rd of funds or o to contactt

their local OOffice

of Emmergency

Services (OES) ( staff. The OES sta affs are exper rts in developping,

planninng,

funding eexercises,

andd

functiona al reports to help h agencies s prepare for r disasters.

Additiona ally, all transi it agencies sh hould be fam miliar with Fedderal

Emerggency

Manageement

Agenccy’s

(FEMA) Continuity Guidance G for r Non-Federa al Entities.

The web link is http:/ //www.fema a.gov/about/ /org/ncp/cooop/index.shhtm

Source: Feder ral Emergency y Management Agency

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H OW W TO U

U SE D A

A TABASE

The use of o the databa ase fields is described

in th his chapter. SScreenshots

are used to hhelp

guide thhe

user in na avigating the site. The site e is a tool tha at can be useed

to improvve

communications

flow

during disasters

and planning p for disasters. d

Home Pa age: This is where w you wo ould request a username aand

passwordd.

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Registrati ion Page: Fill l in registration

informati ion. An agenncy

can have more than one

user.

Login Inf formation Pa age: This is fo or the userna ame and passsword

to log in.

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Main Men nu: Use this screen to sel lect the area that t will be ccreated

or uppdated.

Database e Search Page e: To conduc ct a search fo or transit agenncy

informattion.

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Add New w Facility: Us se to add faci ility informat tion – can haave

more thann

one facilityy.

Edit Faci ility Informat tion: webpag ge that houses

menu for hhuman

resouurces

“Add RResource”,

buus

and rail fl leet informat tion “Add Fl leet Info”, an nd informatioon

on operattional

requireements

at

locations outside of th he normal op perating facilities

“Continnued

Ops”.

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Add Hum man Resource

Data: Add human resou urce informaation

that willl

list resourcces

available tto

be

used in as ssistance at a disaster site.

Add Fleet

Information:

Add type of vehicle, le ength and othher

characterristics.

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Continuit ty of Operati ions: This wi ill give the tra ansit coordinnator

responssible

for taskking

the transsit

resources s needed a sn nap shot of th he resources needed to suustain

operattions

at the ddisaster

locatiion.

Edit Prof file: Edit you ur user profile e information n.

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Change Password: P Ch hange you exi isting passwo ord or usernaame.

Updatinng

passwords

is

recomme ended every 120 1 days.

Administ tration: Used by the site administrator

a r to maintain user accounnts.

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RE ECOMM M ENDAA

TIONSS

1. Develop D a tabletop

level l exercise to test the abiility

of the nnewly

develooped

websitte

to

en nhance com mmunication ns among tr ransit operaators,

to test the ability tto

communnicate

using u different

radio freq quencies, an nd to develoop

agency ccontact

relattionships

that

ca an improve upon comm munications s during a mmultiagency

tasking fromm

the Officce

of

Emergency E Services S or CalEMA. C

a. Explo ore funding fo or the exercis se through coonsultation

wwith

Caltranss

Division off

Mass Transportatio

T on and the lo ocal Offices oof

Emergenccy

Services

b. Hold the t exercise at a an agreed upon locatioon

for an agreeed

upon ammount

of timee

c. Develop

goals to be b accomplished

with thee

exercise grooup

d. Develop

a Sequenc ce of Events s (SOE) for tthe

exercise tto

match the intended goals

e. Hold the t exercise under u the fra amework of tthe

Nationall

Incident Maanagement

System m (NIMS)

f. Hold the t tabletop exercise and provide an aafter

action rreport

(AAR) ) to the Trannsit

Coord dinating Com mmittee (TCC C)

g. Using the AAR, de evelop a func ctional scale exercise recoommendationn

to improvee

upon lessons l learn ned at the tab bletop exercisse

h. Use th he Paratransit

Inc. mobile e dispatchingg

vehicle to hhold

the funcctional

exercise

and ex xplore its use e during the tabletop t exerrcise

2. Continue C to expand e the capabilities s of https:/ /www.sacoogtransitvisibbility.org

website w beyo ond the initi ial version

a. Work with Websnsuch

until March M 2013 too

expand the website as required

b. Demo onstrate the capabilities c to o the TCC ass

needed throoughout

the yyear

3. Share

the we ebsite resour rces with th he Metropoliitan

Transpportation

Coommission

(M MTC) and other o Region nal Transpo ortation Plannning

Agenncies

througghout

the Staate

a. The MTC M is tasked d to operate a transit Emmergency

Opeerations

Centter

during larrge

scale disasters d in th he San Franc cisco Bay regi gion

b. The ex xpansion of the t website can c be accommplished

undder

its design

c. The use

of the site e in other reg gions can exppand

the useffulness

of thee

comm munications to ool beyond the t SACOG Region

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A PPENDIX A

TRANSIT C OORDINATING C OMMITTEE A GENDAS

AND S TAFF REPORTS


October 19, 2011

Transit Coordinating Committee

Sacramento Emergency Response Plan Update

Issue: Begin work on this Caltrans funded planning project that builds off the 2007 Transit Response

Exercise. The grant funds expire in June 2012. Therefore, work has begun to build a set of tools that can be

used by the transit operators in the SACOG Region and the County Emergency Operations Centers (EOC) to

improve communications and coordination.

Recommendation: For the Transit Coordinating Committee to set a tentative date to hold the first meeting

of the transit operators and the EOC staff from each of the six counties. Authorize the SACOG staff to begin

the outreach to the prospective committee members and to hold the first meeting.

Discussion: The project will build upon the Transit Response Exercise held in October 2007. The grant

was written in 2008 as a response to the After Action Report from the 2007 Transit Response Exercise. A

number of recommendations came from that report. Among the recommendations is to improve the

communications protocol between transit operators and to improve the communications and coordination

between transit and emergency operations personal.

The grant will also identify stakeholders in the transit and emergency operations filed who will be

communicating with each other during events to improve the familiarity between agencies. A website tool is

being explored as the primary mechanism for communication between stakeholders. Stakeholders will be

able to update fleet information, contact information, etc. through a secure portal developed by SACOG

staff.


February 15, 2012

Transit Coordinating Committee

Sacramento Emergency Response Plan Update

Issue: Update of Sacramento Emergency Response Plan

Recommendation: For SACOG staff and the consultant to present the beta version of the database tool to

the Transit Coordinating Committee in April 2012 to solicit input from the TCC on the database makeup.

Additionally, SACOG is developing the structure of a training plan to use the database tool to test

communications and resource availability among transit operators and the Emergency Operations Centers.

Discussion: SACOG Staff held a telephone conference on January 25 th to discuss the development of the

tool and the use of the tool in an exercise after the report is completed. The exercise would use the

Paratransit Inc. mobile dispatching vehicle to bring transit dispatchers together and test radio

communications, share protocols, etc. Prior to a physical exercise, a tabletop exercise would be held.

SACOG staff is developing the structure of the exercise as part of the plan.

The database tool is being developed using a small outside firm. The firm is Websnsuch out of Roseville.

The database tool will be held at a purchased web address and purchased for a period of five years. This will

allow time to test the tool and modify it to best suit the Region’s needs. During the five years, the possibility

of housing the tool in the SACOG 511 website will be explored to allow for a longer shelf life. The database

inputs were created in the first week of February. We are now awaiting execution of the contract with

Websnsuch to complete the database development.


Wednesday, May 16, 2012 – 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Sacramento Area Council of Governments

3rd Floor – SACOG Board Room

1415 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

ATTACHMENT A-1

TCC Agenda May 16, 2012

Members of the public may comment on any agenda item when it is taken by the Committee. Members of

the public should come forward to be recognized by the Chair and keep their remarks brief.

Conference Call Option - Toll Free Dial In Number: (888) 363-4734

Caller Paid Dial In Number: (215) 446-3656

ACCESS CODE: 5753833

1. Introductions and Brief Round Table Operator Discussion (Wixon/All, 25 minutes)

a. News about your system and any updates on ridership and service changes.

b. Are there any opportunities for joint purchases or contracts or joint marketing opportunities?

c. Schedule for upcoming service changes.

d. Status of Intermodal Transit Center and How All Operators Can Fully Participate

e. What’s Happening With ADA and Bus Stop Improvements Around the Region

f. Discussion of the impact on transit services and fare revenue of proposed state employee four day

week.

g. Follow-up discussion to bikes-on buses survey

h. Other items of interest

2. Review and Approve TCC Minutes (Wixon/All, 5 minutes)

a. April 18, 2012.

3. Emergency Transit Response Planning Online Tool Demonstration (Coviello/All, 25 minutes)

4. Update on TDA Unmet Needs Process Brainstorming on process to address RT comments

submitted during the Unmet Needs Process (Brown/All, 10 minutes)

5. Update on State Budget and Federal Funding Issues (Brown/All, 25 minutes)

a. State Budget Update – What did the May Revise Bring?

b. Federal Budget and Reauthorization Update –The Debate Continues; the Conferees are Meeting. Will

there be another extension, new legislation, before June 30, 2012?

c. Local Transportation Fund update

d. State Transit Assistance update – A revised STA Allocation will go to the Board in June

e. Proposed legislative modification to farebox recovery ratio in Sacramento County

(Coviello/Brown)

f. Any other issues of importance or concern to members of the TCC

6. Federal and State Programming Activities (Brown/Taylor/VaughanBechtold/All, 25 minutes)

a. Status Report on FY 2012 Grant Opportunities (State of Good Repair, Livability, Clean Fuels,

Veterans Initiative,). Does the TCC wish to rank the projects submitted to FTA (attachment to follow)

b. Follow-up discussion on old and aging grants – SACOG and operator status updates; what have we

learned, how should we proceed?

c. Update on 2012 FTA Grant Cycle – What to do with 75%; above the line/below the line/over the line


ATTACHMENT A-1

TCC Agenda May 16, 2012

7. REMINDER Call for changes to SACOG Public Transit and Human Services Transportation

Coordinated Plan – Due June 12, 2012 (VaughanBechtold/Sprowls, 5 minutes)

8. CalVans and Expanded Vanpool Subsidy Program Update (Brown/Taylor, 10 minutes)

9. Update on Sacramento/West Sacramento Streetcar Corridor Alternatives Analysis and

Environmental Study (Coviello, et. al., 5 minutes)

10. Downtown Sacramento Transit Circulation & Facilities Plan (Cacciatore/All, 5 minutes)

a. Update on Project Status

11. Connect Card Update (McCrary/Symons-Holtzen/All, 10 minutes)

12. Set Next Meeting Dates (All, 5 minutes)

a. TCC – June 20, 2012?

b. Other meetings or events

13. Other Matters (All, 5 minutes)

14. Adjournment

The Meridian Plaza Building is accessible to the disabled. If requested, this agenda and documents

in the agenda packet can be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with a

disability, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Federal

Rules and Regulations adopted in implementation thereof. Persons seeking an alternative format

should contact SACOG for further information. In addition, a person with a disability who requires

a modification or accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in a

public meeting should contact SACOG by phone at 916-321-9000, e-mail (sacog@sacog.org) or in

person as soon as possible and preferably at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.


Wednesday, June 20, 2012 – 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Sacramento Area Council of Governments

3rd Floor – SACOG Rivers Rooms

1415 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

ATTACHMENT A-1

TCC Agenda June 20, 2012

Members of the public may comment on any agenda item when it is taken by the Committee. Members of

the public should come forward to be recognized by the Chair and keep their remarks brief.

Conference Call Option - Toll Free Dial In Number: (877) 336-1828

Caller Paid Dial In Number: (404) 443-6396

ACCESS CODE: 1520971

1. Introductions and Brief Round Table Operator Discussion (Wixon/All, 25 minutes)

a. News about your system and any updates on ridership and service changes, including schedule of

upcoming service changes

b. Are there any opportunities for joint purchases or contracts or joint marketing opportunities?

c. Other items of interest

2. Review and Approve TCC Minutes (Wixon/All, 5 minutes)

a. May 16, 2012.

3. Update on State Budget and Federal Funding Issues (Brown/All, 20 minutes)

a. State Budget Update – What does the soon to be adopted budget look like?

b. Federal Budget and Reauthorization Update – Will the Joint Committee meet again? Will there be

another extension, new legislation for 2 years or more, and all this before June 30, 2012?

c. Local Transportation Fund update – FY 2012-13 TDA Unmet Transit Needs process complete

(findings summary attached).

d. Proposed legislative modification to farebox recovery ratio in Sacramento County

(Coviello/Brown)

e. Any other issues of importance or concern to members of the TCC

4. Federal and State Programming Activities (Brown/VaughanBechtold/All, 10 minutes)

a. FY 2011 JARC and New Freedom application scoring and funding distribution discussion. Action

needed. Item will go to the SACOG Board for approval of submission to FTA in August.

5. Discussion of impacts to regional transit services from school bus service reductions and proposed

state employee work week changes (Brown/All, 15 minutes)

a. Discussion of communications with school districts and the planned full or partial eliminations or nonrequired

school bus service, and the potential school transportation issues that transit operators may be

asked to address.

b. Discussion of the impact on transit services and fare revenue of proposed state employee work week

changes (four day work week, shorter work days, one day off per month etc.) This proposal would

only affect non-legislative and non-CSU/UC staff.

6. Update on TDA Unmet Transit Needs findings approval by SACOG Strategic Planning Committee

and reaction to RT ‘Statement’ (Brown/All, 15 minutes)


ATTACHMENT A-1

TCC Agenda June 20, 2012

7. 2013/16 Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program and Air Quality Conformity Update–

(DeVere-Oki, 10 minutes)

8. CalVans and Expanded Vanpool Subsidy Program Update (Brown/Taylor, 10 minutes)

9. Emergency Transit Response Planning Online Tool Demonstration (Coviello/All, 5 minutes)

a. A display of the https://www.sacogtransitvisibility.org website, including changes made using input

received at the May 16 th TCC meeting. (Available, Monday, June 18 th )

10. Update on Sacramento/West Sacramento Downtown/Riverfront Transit Study (Coviello, et. al., 5

minutes)

b. Status of proposals scoring/consultant selection.

11. Downtown Sacramento Transit Circulation & Facilities Plan (Cacciatore/All, 15 minutes)

a. Draft Plan available for review.

12. Connect Card Update (McCrary/Symons-Holtzen/All, 5 minutes)

13. Set Next Meeting Dates (All, 5 minutes)

a. TCC – No July meeting. Next TCC meeting on August 15, 2012?

b. Other meetings or events

14. Other Matters (All, 5 minutes)

15. Adjournment

The Meridian Plaza Building is accessible to the disabled. If requested, this agenda and documents

in the agenda packet can be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with a

disability, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Federal

Rules and Regulations adopted in implementation thereof. Persons seeking an alternative format

should contact SACOG for further information. In addition, a person with a disability who requires

a modification or accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, in order to participate in a

public meeting should contact SACOG by phone at 916-321-9000, e-mail (sacog@sacog.org) or in

person as soon as possible and preferably at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.


A PPENDIX B

FORMS


Facility

Location

Is there a

Fuel

Supply

All Hazards Risk Assessment

Is there a

Power

Supply

Facility

Construction

Type

Flood

Plain

Wild Fire

Danger

Can be

Secured

Address Y/N Y/N Wood/CMU Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N

ITS Security

Features

Present Comments


Who contacted our

agency?

What are the dangers for

this event?

What is the event? What are the needs? Can we support? How long can we support?

Can we sustain normal

operations through the

event?

Will we be reimbursed the

operating expenses?

What is the liability? Does the staging site have

safe conditions?


Incident support events log

Date Time Information Initials


Incident support events log

Date Time Information Initials


Incident Location

Incident

Location #1

Sac State

Campus

Staging Location SACOG HQ

Passenger

Transportation Needs

100 seats

Specialty Passenger

Needs

4 wheelchairs

Number of Vehicles

Dispatched / Type

3 40ft coaches

Number of Drivers 3

Onboard Security

Needed

Yes (1 per bus)

Mobile Dispatch

Needed

Yes

Duration of Incident

Support Needed

4 hours

Fueling Types Needed CNG

Continued Gasoline

Continued Diesel

Maintenance Support

Needed

No

Radio / Phone Types

to be used

800 MHz

Continued 450 MHz

Continued Nextel Phone

Continued Two-Way

Radio

Response Route Great – high

Hazard Risk

traffic/criminal

Great, Caution, Low threat of

Risk

carjacking

Weather Fog

Incident Support Communications Form 1

Situational Awareness

Incident

Location #2

Incident

Location #3

Criminal/Terrorist

Incident

No

Driver Safety Pack

Needed*

Yes

*Driver Safety Pack includes:

- Wind up flash light - Reflective gear

- Water (32 oz.) - Handheld radio / Phone

- Rain Jacket (1) - local street maps

- Pens, pencil, paper pad, eraser

- Simple first aid kit

-

Incident

Location #4


Radio Call Sign Tool

Base Station Radio Call Sign (mobile dispatch location) Base 1

Base Station Radio Call Sign (normal dispatch location) Base 2

Dispatched Response Teams (buses in staging area or responding to event)

Team 1 Bus 1

Team 2 Bus 2

Team 3 Bus 3

Maintenance Team

MX 1

Supervisor Super 1


A PPENDIX C

OFFICE OF E MERGENCY S ERVICES LOCATIONS


COUNTY ROAD 6

§¨¦ 505

ST 28

WINTERS

County Offices of Emergency Services

COUNTY ROAD 14

COUNTY ROAD 89

I-505

I-5

STATE HWY 16

RUSSELL BLVD

WEST BUTTE RD

PASS RD

§¨¦ 5

COUNTY ROAD 94B

COUNTY ROAD 95

STATE HWY 45

ST 20

ST 45

COUNTY ROAD 13

!

Yolo

County

COUNTY ROAD 31

NORTH BUTTE RD

TARKE RD

MC GRATH RD

COUNTY ROAD 17

PROGRESS RD

COUNTY ROAD 16A

COUNTY ROAD 98

RUSSELL BLVD

COUNTY ROAD 99

N EAST ST

WOODLAND

EAST ST

ACACIA AVE

ST 113

Sutter

County

RECLAMATION RD

DAVIS

COUNTY ROAD 102

COUNTY ROAD 27

COUNTY ROAD 29

W COVELL BLVD

HUTCHINSON DR

COUNTY ROAD 18C

PENNINGTON RD

STATE HWY 20

E BEAMER ST

STATE HWY 113

COUNTY ROAD 101

F ST

A ST

FRANKLIN RD

L ST

EAST BUTTE RD

LOCUST ST

ST 113

E COVELL BLVD

2ND ST

N TOWNSHIP RD

ST 99

LIVE OAK

NUESTRO RD

N TOWNSHIP RD

S TOWNSHIP RD

STATE HWY 113

BROADWAY

BUTTE HOUSE RD

S GEORGE WASHINGTON BLVD

LARKIN RD

§¨¦ 80

!

YUBA CITY

LINCOLN RD

COUNTY ROAD 22

CHILES RD

MACE BLVD

RIVIERA RD

CLARK RD

PEASE RD

TUDOR RD

EL MARGARITA RD

LARKIN RD

REED RD

EAGER RD

S WALTON AVE

STATE HWY 99

OSWALD RD

OBANION RD

LIVE OAK BLVD

GARDEN HWY

ST 12

CLARK AVE

RICHLAND RD

TEESDALE RD

BOGUE RD

RAILROAD AVE

RYER AVE

NICOLAUS AVE

ST 70

ST 99

OLD RIVER RD

!

MARYSVILLE

Z LINE RD

STATE HWY 70

ISLETON

STATE HWY 12

B ST

FEATHER RIVER BLVD

ST 220

ST 70

STATE HWY 70

ST 99

§¨¦ 80

I-80

ST 160

§¨¦ 5

!

Yuba

County

§¨¦ 5

ST 160

WHEATLAND

§¨¦ 80

SACRAMENTO

WEST SACRAMENTO

JEFFERSON BLVD

RAMIREZ RD

ARBOGA RD

WEST CATLETT RD

N COURTLAND RD

COURTLAND RD

GRAND ISLAND RD

E ST

GRAND AVE

POWER LINE RD

JACK SLOUGH RD

ALGODON RD

SANKEY RD

POWERLINE RD

BAYOU WAY

WOODRUFF LN

STATE HWY 20

LINDHURST AVE

OLIVEHURST AVE

S RIVER RD

STATE HWY 160

MATHEWS LN

SAN JUAN RD

W CAPITOL AVE

BEVAN RD

EL CENTRO RD

POCKET RD

LEARY RD

PACIFIC AVE

RIVER RD

LOMA RICA RD

HAMMONTON-SMARTVILLE RD

DEL PASO RD

N BEALE RD

FORTY MILE RD

CATLETT RD

W ELKHORN BLVD

PARK BLVD

DAVIS RD

GLORIA DR

RANCHO RD

CORNELIUS AVE

BAYOU RD

REED AVE

CLARKSBURG RD

SWANSON RD

HOWSLEY RD

RIEGO RD

5TH ST

35TH AVE

43RD AVE

S LAND PARK DR

TRUXEL RD

IOWA CITY RD

PLEASANT GROVE RD

ERLE RD

F ST

I ST H ST

J ST

N ST

P ST

FREEPORT BLVD

VIRGINIA RD

LAMBERT RD

E LEVEE RD

21ST ST

SORENTO RD

24TH ST

FRUITLAND RD

OSTROM RD

DAIRY RD

N MARKET BLVD

2ND ST

SUTTERVILLE RD

PLEASANT GROVE RD

STRIPLIN RD

HOOD FRANKLIN RD

I-5

W 6TH ST

W Q ST

BEAR RIVER DR

S BREWER RD

W ELVERTA RD

M ST

W E ST

S BEALE RD

RIO LINDA BLVD

MAIN AVE

NORTHGATE BLVD

29TH ST

NORWOOD AVE

BUS 80

C ST

LAGUNA BLVD

DRY CREEK RD

16TH ST

DEL PASO BLVD

Y ST

12TH AVE

21ST AVE

47TH AVE

MACK RD

PALLADAY RD

14TH AVE

¡¢ 80

STATE HWY 99

ST 99

ELK GROVE

FRANKLIN BLVD

MOORE RD

Q ST

FRUITRIDGE RD

STOCKTON BLVD

CENTER PKY

BRUCEVILLE RD

JASPER LN

PHILLIP RD

MAIN AVE

FEE DR

BROADWAY

16TH ST

BELL AVE

S ST

21ST AVE

LEMON HILL AVE

BILBY RD

HOWE AVE

SMARTSVILLE RD

N HWY 65

E CATLETT RD

SUNSET BLVD

POWER INN RD

BASELINE RD

28TH ST

ELKHORN BLVD

AUBURN BLVD

TWIN CITIES RD

FULTON AVE

MUNROE ST

PHILLIP RD

U ST

W STOCKTON BLVD

MORSE AVE

FLORIN PERKINS RD

ROSEVILLE RD

WATT AVE

N DOWD RD

ST 20

ST 65

FLORIN RD

ESCHINGER RD

WALERGA RD

W WISE RD

EL CAMINO AVE

GERBER RD

NICOLAUS RD

ANTELOPE RD

MARCONI AVE

CALVINE RD

FIDDYMENT RD

PFE RD

FOLSOM BLVD

JACKSON RD

ELDER CREEK RD

SHELDON RD

BOND RD

BRADSHAW RD

WILLOW GLEN RD

RIOSA RD

LINCOLN

INDUSTRIAL AVE

ROSEVILLE

§¨¦ 80

ST 16

STATE HWY 65

Placer

County

ROCKLIN

CITRUS HEIGHTS

RANCHO CORDOVA

Sacramento

County

GALT

LA PORTE RD

MCCOURTNEY RD

GREENBACK LN

MADISON AVE

DILLARD RD

ARNO RD

SUNRISE BLVD

OAK AVE

HAZEL AVE

LOOMIS

GRANT LINE RD

ALTA MESA RD

OREGON HILL RD

MARYSVILLE RD

SIMMERHORN RD

BARTON RD

KING RD

EUREKA RD

TAYLOR RD

WISE RD

AUBURN FOLSOM RD

FOLSOM

ST 49

US HWY 50

!

MT VERNON RD

SCOTT RD

BELL RD

AUBURN

tu 50

WHITE ROCK RD

SALMON FALLS RD

IONE RD

PLACER HILLS RD

STATE HWY 49

ST 49

LATROBE RD

ST 174

COLFAX

LOTUS RD

ST 193

El Dorado

County

SOUTH SHINGLE RD

YANKEE JIMS RD

MARSHALL RD

ST 49

STATE HWY 193

!

FORESTHILL RD

PLACERVILLE

ARDEN WAY SAND RIDGE RD

FAIR OAKS BLVD

S WATT AVE

KAMMERER RD

NEW HOPE RD

S DOWD RD

LOS VERJELES RD

I-80

HILLSDALE BLVD

WHITNEY AVE

KIEFER BLVD

WATERMAN RD

CAMP FAR WEST RD

WALNUT AVE

NELSON LN

ATHENS AVE

GARFIELD AVE

9TH ST

BLUE OAKS BLVD

DIABLO DR

MAYHEW RD

VINEYARD RD

MANZANITA AVE

ROSEVILLE RD

SARGENT AVE

DEWEY DR

WINDING WAY

HAPPY LN

MARSHALL AVE

COLOMA RD

ELM AVE

EXCELSIOR RD

G ST

RILEY RD

FRENCHTOWN RD

TWELVE BRIDGES DR

MCKENZIE RD

RIVERSIDE AVE

EAST AVE

MAIN ST

WILDCAT BLVD

FAIRWAY DR

LINCOLN NEWCASTLE HIGHWAY

ROSEVILLE PKY

ATLANTIC ST

DOUGLAS BLVD

CIRBY WAY

WILTON RD

MARENGO RD

PARK DR

OLD AUBURN RD

SUNSET AVE

EAGLES NEST RD

WALMORT RD

VALENSIN RD

BOESSOW RD

KENNETH AVE

5TH ST

PACIFIC ST

COLONY RD

GRANITE DR

E ROSEVILLE PKY

CENTRAL AVE

MAIN AVE

DOUGLAS RD

KIEFER BLVD

BLAKE RD

GOLD HILL RD

KIEFER BLVD

TAVERNOR RD

BORDEN RD

PENRYN RD

LAIRD RD

FOLSOM AUBURN RD

BLUE RAVINE RD

CLAY STATION RD

CLAY STATION RD

MCKINLEY AVE

E NATOMA ST

PRAIRIE CITY RD

JOEGER RD

NEWCASTLE RD

BRENNANS RD

LATROBE RD

MOONSHINE RD

STATE HWY 49

OPHIR RD

INDIAN HILL RD

GREEN VALLEY RD

SCHOLAR WAY

IRON POINT RD

SOPHIA PKY

NEVADA ST

LUTHER RD

LINCOLN WAY

SILVA VALLEY PKY

STATE HWY 49

DRY CREEK RD

BOWMAN RD

GREEN VALLEY RD

DEER VALLEY RD

BASS LAKE RD

CAMERON PARK DR

CAMBRIDGE RD

CANYON WAY

MEDER RD

BRANDON RD

PONDEROSA RD

NORTH SHINGLE RD

SLIGER MINE RD

FRENCH CREEK RD

COLD SPRINGS RD

GREENSTONE RD

GARDEN VALLEY RD

GOLD HILL RD

MISSOURI FLAT RD

US HWY 50

MOTHER LODE DR

! Offices of Emergency Services

Highways

Major Roads

Cities

Counties

[

MOSQUITO RD

BIG CUT RD

CARSON RD

CEDAR RAVINE RD


El Dorado County Office of Emergency

Services

330 Fair Lane

Placerville, CA 95667

(530) 621-5655

(209) 626-6814 fax

Sacramento County Office of

Emergency Services

711 G Street / OES

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 874-4670

(916) 874-7080 fax

After-Hours Emergency Only Contact

Number: (916) 874-5000

Placer County Office of Emergency

Services

2968 Richardson Drive

Auburn, CA 95603

(530) 886-5300

(530) 886-5343 - Fax

After-Hours Emergency Contact

Number: (530) 883-5375

Sutter County Office of Emergency

Services

1130 Civic Center Blvd

Yuba City, CA 95993

(530) 822-7400

(530) 822-7109 fax

After-Hours Emergency Only Contact

Number: (530) 822-7307

List of Office of Emergency Services

Locations in SACOG Region

Yolo County Office of Emergency

Services

120 W. Main St., Suite E

Woodland, CA 95695

(530) 406-4930

(530) 661-6705 fax

After-Hours Emergency Contact

Number: (530) 666-8920

Yuba County Office of Emergency

Services

915 Eighth St., Suite 117

Marysville, CA 95901

(530) 749-7520

(530) 749-7524 fax

After-Hours Emergency Contact

Number: (530) 749-7777


APPENDIX D

TRANSIT C OORDINATING C OMMITTEE

A DVISORY GROUP C ONTACT INFORMATION


Transit Operators Contact Name Phone E‐mail

Paratransit Inc Linda Parker (916-868-6216 lindap@paratransit.org

SRTD Mark Sakauye 916‐321‐2998 msakauye@sacrt.com

YCTD Terry Bassett 530‐661‐0816 tbassett@yctd.org

Yuba‐Sutter Transit Keith Martin 530‐634‐6880 keith_martin@sbcglobal.net

Folsom Stage Kent Gary 916‐355‐8368 kgary@folsom.ca.us

Placer County Transit Will Garner 530‐745‐7582 wgarner@placer.ca.gov

Roseville Transit Sue Schooley 916‐ 774‐5365 sschooley@roseville.ca.us

El Dorado Transit Scott Ousley 530‐642‐5383 x 211 sousley@eldoradotransit.com

El Dorado Transit Matt Maunk 530‐642‐5383 x 201 mmauk@eldoradotransit.com

City of Davis Diana Bergstrand 530‐757‐4408 dbergstrand@cityofdavis.org

City of Elk Grove Raquel Chavarria 916‐687‐3044 rchavarria@elkgrovecity.org

Sacramento County Dan Klinker (916) 874‐3926 dklinker@saccounty.net

OES Reps

Sacramento County/City Jason Sirney 916‐874‐2283 jmsirney@sfd.cityofsacramento.org

Sacramento County/City Teresa Stahl 916‐874‐4671 StahlT@SacOES.Org

Yuba County Scott Bryan 530‐749‐7521 sbryan@co.yuba.ca.us

Yolo County Bill Martin 530‐406‐6632 Bill.Martin@yolocounty.org

Sutter County

Placer County

El Dorado County

Others

Federal Transit Administration Jeff Davis 415‐744‐2594 jeffrey.s.davis@dot.gov

MTC Nancy Okasaki 510‐817‐5700 nokasaki@mtc.ca.gov

FEMA Denis Coliten 510‐627‐7261 denis.coliten@dhs.gov

Sacramento OES Petra Martinez 916‐808‐1364 pmartinez@sfd.cityofsaramento.org

Sacramento OES Rick Martinez 916‐874‐4670 martinezrick@saccounty.net

NUSURA Gary Gleason 970‐948‐7680 gary.gleason@nusura.com


A PPENDIX E

C ALEMA CONTINUITY OF O PERATIONS

PLANNING C HECKLIST


Agency/Department Name:

Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist

Instructions: This evaluation checklist should be used to determine whether all the continuity

program elements are addressed in the departmental Continuity Plan (or other related planning

documents). Review the planning elements on the left and record in the right column the plan

name (if content is addressed in another plan), date of plan, and page references for where the

information can be found. Both the Director and Continuity Planning Coordinator will then

certify with their signatures at the end of the checklist that the organization has completed an

evaluation of their Continuity Plan and documented its status as it relates to the requirements of

the program.

Planning Element

Program Plans and Procedures (Program

Management)

[Capability Description: An effective continuity program is

implemented through its related continuity plans and

procedures and an operational capability to support those

plans and procedures. Continuity planning is an effort to

document the existence of, and ensure the capability to

continue essential functions during a wide range of

potential emergencies.]

1. Procedures for employee advisories, alerts

and Continuity Plan activation are

included.

Comments:

2. Provisions for personnel accountability

throughout the duration of the emergency

are included.

Comments:

3. Procedures exist for an annual review of

this agency Continuity Plan and the ability

to make any needed revisions.

Comments:

4. Includes a risk or hazard analysis to

identify threats to facilities and

operations.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 1


5. Includes an adopted operational plan that

identified activation criteria,

responsibilities, and command and control

during a Continuity Plan activation.

Comments:

6. Established readiness levels in order to

provide a flexible and coordinated

response to escalating threat levels or

actual emergencies.

Comments:

Essential Functions

[Capability Description: Essential Functions are those

organizational functions that must be continued under any

and all circumstances. These functions are derived from the

organizations overall functions and missions and, when

identified, should be prioritized to ensure the most critical

functions are appropriately emphasized. Essential

Functions are those functions that enable organizations to

provide vital services, exercise civil authority, maintain the

safety and well-being of the general populace, and sustain

the industrial/economic base in an emergency.]

1. Essential functions are listed, prioritized

and document in the Plan.

Comments:

2. Staffing requirements for each essential

function are identified.

Comments:

3. Resource requirements for each essential

function are identified.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 2


4. Critical data and data systems for each

essential function are identified.

Comments:

5. Support activities are addressed as part of

essential functions.

Comments:

6. Resumption or Recovery plans exist for

essential functions to ensure operational

capability within 12 hours.

Comments:

7. Processes and procedures exist to acquire

resources necessary to continue essential

functions and sustain operations for up to

30 days.

Comments:

8. Considered and identified the

department’s role in supporting the State

Emergency Functions.

Comments:

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 3


Lines of Succession/Delegation of Authority

[Capability Description: Each organizational element is

required to establish, promulgate, and maintain lines of

succession to key positions. These lines of succession

should be of sufficient depth to ensure the organization’s

ability to manage and direct its essential functions and

operations. Delegations of authority specify who is

authorized to act on behalf of the Agency head or other

officials for specified purposes. Generally, pre-determined

delegations of authority will take effect when normal

channels of direction are disrupted and terminate when

those channels have been re-established. Delegations of

authority at the headquarters, regional, field, satellite, and

other levels and agency locations, as appropriate, are

included in the applicable continuity implementation plans.]

1. Line of Succession is established for the

agency’s highest position of authority.

Comments:

2. Line of succession is established for the

other leadership positions.

Comments:

3. Policy for the delegation of emergency

authorities is established and described.

(Limitations for delegated authorities are

listed.)

Comments:

4. Lines of succession are included in

continuity plans.

Comments:

5. Rosters of trained personnel with the

authority to perform essential functions

and activities are maintained.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 4


6. Rules and procedures for implementing

order of succession are established.

Comments:

7. Rules and procedures for order of

succession include initiating conditions,

notification methods and terminating

conditions.

Comments:

Continuity Facilities

[Capability Description: Continuity Facilities are locations

where leadership and staff may operate during a continuity

event. Leadership and staff may be co-located in one

facility or dispersed through many locations, connected

virtually through communications systems. Facilities must

be able to provide survivable protection and enable

continued, endurable operations. Physical dispersion

should allow for easy transfer of function responsibility in

the event of a problem in one location.]

1. Immediate capability exists to operate

under potential threat conditions including

WMD threats.

Comments:

2. Sufficient space and equipment to sustain

the relocating organization are identified

and included in relocation planning.

Comments:

3. Pre-positioned resources are identified

and where possible contingency contracts

are established or prepared with

appropriate resource providers.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 5


4. Plan includes provisions for establishing

interoperable communications with all

identified essential internal and external

organizations, critical customers and the

public.

Comments:

5. Alternate facilities provide for logistical

support, services and infrastructure

systems (e.g., water, electrical power,

heating and air conditioning.)

Comments:

6. Plan contains provisions to sustain

operations for a period of up to 30 days.

Comments:

7. Plan addresses considerations for the

health and safety of relocated employees.

Comments:

8. Plan addresses physical security and

access controls.

Comments:

Continuity Communications

[Capability Description: The success of continuity

programs is dependent on the availability to provide intra-

and interagency connectivity. An agency’s ability to

execute its essential functions at its HQ and at its alternate

or other continuity facilities depends upon the availability

of effective communications systems. If this section is

already addressed in the organization’s Disaster Recovery

Plan (formerly known as Operational Recovery Plan),

indicate this in the column on the right.]

1. Procedures or plans exist for

communications with Continuity

contingency staff, management and other

organizational components.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 6


2. Procedures or plans exist for

communications with other agencies and

emergency personnel.

Comments:

3. Procedures or plans exist for access to

data and systems necessary to conduct

essential activities and functions.

Comments:

Human Capital

[Capability Description: In a continuity event, continuity

personnel and other special categories of employees will be

activated by an agency to perform their assigned response

duties. An agency must ensure that its human capital

strategies for all personnel are adaptable to changing

circumstances and a variety of emergencies, and that these

strategies and procedures are regularly reviewed and

updated, as appropriate.]

1. Includes procedures for the dismissal of

employees and/or closure of the facility

following an emergency impacting the

facility.

Comments:

2. Designates Continuity staff and other

special categories of employees and their

roles and responsibilities.

Comments:

3. Includes procedures for non-Continuity

staff and non-special categories of

employees are identified (pay flexibilities,

benefit issues).

Comments:

4. Includes agency guidelines for

communicating to/with employees

following an emergency.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 7


Vital Records Management

[Capability Description: Each department and agency

continuity program, plan, and procedures should account

for the identification and protection of those vital records

and mission critical systems and databases that are

necessary to perform essential functions and reconstitute

normal operations after the emergency ceases. Agencies

should pre-position, and update on a regular basis, duplicate

records and databases or back-up electronic media. The

agency’s Vital Records Management Program must be

reviewed periodically and updated accordingly. If this

section is already addressed in the organization’s Disaster

Recovery Plan (formerly known as Operational Recovery

Plan), indicate this in the column on the right.]

1. Essential emergency operating plans,

including line of succession; delegations

of emergency authorities; staffing

assignments; policy or procedural records,

are identified and protected.

Comments:

2. Essential legal/financial records, such as

accounts receivable; contracting and

acquisition files; official personnel files;

Social Security, payroll, retirement,

insurance records and property

management and inventory records, are

identified and protected.

Comments:

3. Provisions for classified or sensitive data

are included.

Comments:

4. Procedures for data backup and

restoration are included.

Comments:

5. Location and accessibility to vital records

are identified.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 8


Tests, Training, and Exercises

[Capability Description: An effective Test, Training and

Exercise Program is necessary to assist agencies to prepare

and validate their organization’s continuity capabilities and

program. Training familiarizes continuity personnel with

their roles and responsibilities in support of the

performance of an agency’s essential functions during a

continuity event. Tests and exercises serve to assess,

validate, or identify for subsequent correction, all

components of continuity plans, policies, procedures,

systems and facilities used in response to a continuity event.

Periodic testing also ensures that equipment and procedures

are kept in a constant state of readiness.]

1. Plans include annual individual and team

training of agency Continuity emergency

personnel.

Comments:

2. Plans include annual agency testing and

exercising of Continuity plans and

procedures.

Comments:

3. Plans include quarterly testing of

emergency alert and notification

procedures.

Comments:

4. Plans include refresher orientation for

Continuity staff.

Comments:

5. Plans include inter-agency exercising of

Continuity plans where applicable and

feasible.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 9


Devolution

[Capability Description: Devolution planning supports

overall continuity planning and addresses catastrophes and

other all-hazards emergencies that render an agency’s

leadership and key staff unavailable to or incapable of

performing its essential functions from either the agency’s

primary or alternate facilities. Devolution planning also

addresses notice and no notice events. A continuity plan’s

devolution option should be developed so that it addresses

how an agency will identify and transfer its essential

functions and/or leadership authorities away from the

primary facility or facilities, and to a location that offers a

safe and secure environment in which essential functions

can continue to be performed. The devolution option may

be used when the agency’s alternate facility is not

available.]

1. Identifies the likely triggers that would

initiate or activate the devolution option.

Comments:

2. Specifies how and when direction and

control of agency operations will be

transferred to the devolution site.

Comments:

3. Lists necessary resources (people,

equipment, and materials) to facilitate the

ability to perform essential functions at

the devolution site.

Comments:

4. Establishes capabilities to restore or

reconstitute agency authorities to their

pre-event status upon termination of

devolution.

Comments:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 10


Reconstitution Operations

[Capability Description: Agencies must identify and outline

a plan to return to normal operations once agency heads or

their successors determine that reconstitution operations for

resuming normal business operations can be initiated.]

1. Provides an operational plan to transition

from Continuity status to an efficient

normal operations status once a threat or

disruption has passed.

Comments:

2. Includes coordinated and pre-planned

options for reconstitution of the agency

regardless of the level of disruption

causing implementation of the Continuity

Plan. (Options to include movement from

the devolution location back to

headquarters or a new operating site if

necessary.)

Comments:

3. Outlines procedures necessary to affect a

smooth transition from the relocation site,

whether standard Continuity or devolution

scenario, to a new or restored

headquarters.

Comments:

I hereby certify that:

Yes –

Element is

Addressed in

Plan

[Reference page

number and

name of plan

where the info

can be found]

No – Element

Not

Completely

Addressed in

Plan

Corrective Actions

(If Answered No)

– Strategy for

Addressing

Planning Gaps

1. A Continuity Planning Program exists (which includes all the department’s

continuity planning documents, processes, and procedures) and that this

program contains the key elements as listed in the checklist above;

2. A program is in place to ensure the confidentiality of the sensitive material

in the documents and only persons authorized because of their

operational functions will have access to sensitive portions of the

document; and,

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 11


3. A maintenance cycle and protocol has been established to address any

gaps identified on the checklist above and, per Executive Order S-04-06,

to ensure the regular update of the Continuity Plan and related

documents.

COOP/COG PLAN COORDINATOR

Date: Phone Number:

AGENCY/DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR

Date:

AGENCY NAME

DEPARTMENT NAME

10/30/09 Continuity Plan Evaluation Checklist 12


A PPENDIX F

TRANSIT A SSETS


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2009)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Bernie Schroeder Public Works Manager 530-823-4211 x 144 530-308-0095 Cutaway 2 17 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs Gasoline No Radio/Cell Phone

Megan Siren Transit Manager 530-823-4211 x 145 530-906-8145 24-26' Bus 3 24 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG No Radio/Cell Phone

Judy Holt Transportation Supervisor 530-823-4172 530-906-0080

Transit 530-906-3700

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles

11500 Blocker Drive,

Auburn, CA 95603

System Name: City of Auburn

Blocker Drive/Nevada St/Fulweiler

CNG, 1 50-SCFM

Compressor

2

TOTAL: 5 106 seats; 10 w/c tie-downs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2009)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

KENT GARY TRANSIT CHIEF (916) 355-8368 (916) 439-0356 FORD BUS 1 12 Seats - 2 Wheel Chair GAS NO Phone w/ 2 -way capability

ALLEN TURLEY TRANSIT SCHEDULER (916) 355-8395/8347 (916) 439-5792 BLUEBIRD BUS 3 41 Seats - 2 Wheel Chair DIESEL NO Phone w/ 2 -way capability

ADRIENNE NELSON OFFICE ASSISTANT (916) 355-8395 (916) 439-0369 FORD E-450 BUS 8 14 Seats - 2 Wheel Chair GAS NO Phone w/ 2 -way capability

TY HITCHCOCK MAINTENANCE LEAD WORKER (916) 439-0739 NABI Opus Fixed Route Buses 5 25 / 2 Wheelchairs DIESEL NO Phone w/ 2 -way capability

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles

1300 LEIDESDORFF

STREET

System Name: Folsom Stage

LEIDESDORFF ST. & FOLSOM BLVD.

GAS (1) - 4,000

gal .

DIESEL (1) - 2 000

2 UNLEADED

2 DIESEL TOTAL: 17 372 seats / 34 Wheelchairs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (2010)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

System Name:El Dorado County Transit

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Mindy Jackson Executive Director (530) 642-5383 ext. 210 (530)919-6425 Minivans 10 5 / 1 Wheelchairs Unleaded No? 2 Way Radio

Scott A. Ousley Operations Manager (530) 642-5383 ext. 211 (530) 957-9546 Cutaway 11 20 / 2 Wheelchairs Unleaded 2 Way Radio

Bob O'Brien Transporation Supervisor (530) 642-5383 ext. 205 (530) 957-9865 Cutaway 9 26 / 2 Wheelchairs Unleaded 2 Way Radio

Jean Staples Transporation Supervisor (530) 642-5383 ext. 204 (530) 957-9866 35' High Floor Bus 5 37 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel 2 Way Radio

40' High Floor Bus 14 45 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel 2 Way Radio

40' Bus Low Floor

40' Motorcoach

Trolley 1 32 / 2 Wheelchairs Unleaded 2 Way Radio

Yard Location (s)

6565 Commerce Way,

Cross Streets Fuel Type on Site, Tank Size # of Bus Nozzles

Diamond Springs, CA

95619

Hwy 49/Pleasant Valley Road n/a n/a

TOTAL: 50 1,351 seats / 90 wheelchairs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2009)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

System Name: City of Davis

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Medium Bus - Type 2 Standard - Rear Lift 3 12 seats; 2 wheelchair stations Unleaded No otorola radio; Nextel cell phon

Linda Alemania Paratransit Supervisor 530-757-4420 916-425-5624 (personal cell); 530-681-7759 (work Nextel)

Diana Bergstrand Paratransit Coordinator 530-757-4421 530-902-2682 (personal cell); 530-681-7757 (work Nextel)

Dan Doolan Fleet Manager 530-757-5653 707-685-3424 (personal Cell) 530 681-7928

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles TOTAL: 3 36 seats / 6 wheelchairs

1818 5th Street Davis,

CA 95616

L Street & Poleline Road


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2009)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

System Name: City of Lincoln

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Gail Williams Transit Supervisor (916) 645-5400 Blue Bird 3 35 / 2 Wheelchairs diesel

Thomas 1 40 / 2 Wheelchairs diesel

El Dorado 1 16 / 2 Wheelchairs diesel

Glavel 2 16 / 2 Wheelchairs gas

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles

2100 Flightline Aviation 0 0

TOTAL: 7 193 seats / 14 wheelchairs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2009)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

System Name: e-tran

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Tiffani Fink Transit System Manager 916-687-3030 Flxible Metro 35' 18 34 / 2 Wheelchairs CNG

Flxible Metro 40' 8 40 / 2 Wheelchairs CNG

Orion V 40' 12 36 / 2 Wheelchairs CNG

El Dorado 35' 6 30 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel

Orion 40' 14 41 / 2 Wheelchairs CNG

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles

TOTAL: 58 2,118 seats / 116 wheelchairs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (April 2011)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Linda Deavens CEO 916-429-2009 ext. 302 916-439-8323 Minivans 31 4 seats, 1 w/c Yes 400Mhz radio

Ninh Dickinson Director of Operations 916-429-2009 ext. 7324 916-595-1740

Beth Barker-Hidalgo Mobility Resource Manager 916-868-6219 916-548-2579 Cutaway 80 6/16 amb/ 2-5 w/c unleaded/Diesel Yes 400Mhz radio

Communications Dispatch 916-429-2009 ext. 7366 32' Bluebird High floor 1 30 amb, 3 w/c or 32 amb 2 w/c Diesel No

sedans 13 4 seats Yes 400Mhz radio

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets Fuel Type on Site, Tank Size # of Bus Nozzles

2501 FLORIN ROAD,

SACRAMENTO, CA

95822

System Name: Paratransit, Inc

FLORIN RD. & WOODBINE AVE.

1 - 10,000 UNLEADED

1 - 10,000 DIESEL

2 UNLEADED

2 DIESEL

TOTAL: 125 020-2,512 seats / 772-314 wheelchairs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2011)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Will Garner Transit Manager 530-745-7582 Cutaway 3 18/2 Gasoline Yes 2-Way Radio - UHF

Tony Middleton Senior Transp Sys Supervisor 530-745-3530 30' Bus 4 32/2 CNG Yes 2-Way Radio - UHF

Transp Supervisor - Placer County Transit 530-889-7570 35' High Floor Bus 7 35/2 CNG Yes 2-Way Radio - UHF

Kyle Gropp Senior Driver/ Assist Supv - Placer County T 530-889-7571 45' Motorcoach-MCI Diesel 5 57/2 Diesel Yes 2-Way Radio - UHF

Dave Anderson Maintenance Supervisor - (FUELING) 530-889-7536

Other Buses:

Cutaways at PRIDE INDUSTRIES, Roseville 6 18/2 Gasoline Yes 2-Way Radio - UHF

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets el Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles

11448 F Avenue,

Auburn, CA 95603

System Name: Placer County Transit

Richardson Drive/First Street

Diesel - 8000 gal

CNG

16 CNG / 2 Diesel

2 Rapid Fill CNG TOTAL: 25 820 seats / 50 wheelchairs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2009)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Mike Wixon Alternative Transportation Manage 916-774-5480 916-521-4744 Orion V-30-ft. 8 29, 2 CNG GPS Motorola Radio

Eileen Bruggeman Alternative Transportation Analyst 916-774-5449 916-300-3631 Orion V-40-ft. 1 43, 2 CNG GPS Motorola Radio

Rich Frost General Manager, MV Transportati 916-774-5746 916-580-4046 Gillig Phantom - 30-ft 4 28, 2 Diesel GPS Motorola Radio

Cyndi Lopez Operations Manager, MV Transpor 916-774-5746 209-351-5855 Gillig Phantom-- 40-ft 5 45, 2 Diesel GPS Motorola Radio

Gillig LF-30-ft 6 28, 2 Diesel GPS Motorola Radio

Gillig BRT LF - 40-ft 7 40, 2 Diesel GPS Motorola Radio

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles Other Buses:

2005 Hilltop Circle,

Roseville, Ca (Roseville

Corporation Yard)

System Name: Roseville Transit

PFE Road and Hilltop Circle

CNG, LS Diesel,

Gasoline

2 CNG slow fill nozzles

TOTAL: 11 1,060 seats, 62 w/c tie-downs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2009)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

System Name: SCTLink

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Dan Klinker Transit Coordinator 916-874-3926 Cutaway 11 18 seats / 2 Wheelchairs Gasoline No

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles

11400 American

Legion Dr #B TOTAL: 11 198 seats / 22 Wheelchairs


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2010)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

System Name: Sacramento Regional Transit District

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations

40 seats/ 2 wheel chair

Fuel Type AVL Communications

Mike Wiley General Manager/CEO 916-321-2811 916-869-1296 Orion 40' 212

locations(see note)

34 seats/ 2 wheel chair

CNG All radios operate in 800mghz

Mark Lonergan Chief Operations Officer 916-556-0450 916-919-6194 Chance 31' 4

locations(see note) CNG * All radios operate in 800mghz

John Darragh Director of Transportation 916-321-2894 916-869-8456 El Dorado 28' 3 25 seats/ 1 wheel chair Diesel All radios operate in 800mghz

Bill Welch Transportation Superintendent 916-321-2895 916-869-8458 Starcraft 27' 14 16 seats/ 2 wheel chairs Gasoline All radios operate in 800mghz

Chris Uchman LR Transportation Superintendent 916-648-8436 916-869-7550

Shannon Hurley LR Transportation Superintendent 916-648-8409 916-439-2676

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles

CNG: service from

1323 28th Street,

Sacramento CA 95816

3701 Dudley Blvd,

McClellan, CA 95652

28th Street/N Street

Winters/Dudley

PG&E main gas line

& Diesel: 12,000 gal.

tank

none

4 CNG and 1

Diesel

none

TOTAL: 233

* Only 6 coaches have AVL at this time.

***Note*** Two seats will be eliminated for each wheel chair position. This applies to all


Transit System Emergency Contact List (April 2011)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Geoff Straw General Manager 530-752-6525 (530) 902-8915 Cutaway 2 20 / 2 1 CNG, 1 Diesel Y 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Scott Weintraub Asst. GM - Operations 530-752-3210 40' High Floor Bus 12 Orion V 41 / 2 and 43 / 2 CNG Y 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Anthony Palmere Asst. GM - Administration 530-754-5814 40' Bus Low Floor 5 Orion VII & 25 New Flyer 39 / 2 and 40 / 2 CNG Y 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Andy Wyly Maintenance Manager 530-752-4560 London double-deckers 3 65 / 0 1 CNG, 2 Diesel Y 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

40' double-deckers 2 81 / 2 Diesel Y 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles

1 Garrod Road, Davis,

CA 95616

System Name: Unitrans

Garrod & LaRue

CNG

Diesel, 10,000

Gallon Tank

3 /

2

TOTAL: 49 2092 seats, 92 w/c tie-downs


REVISED 4/20/11

Transit System Emergency Contact List (April 2011)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Keith Martin Transit Manager 530-634-6880 Blue Bird Commuter Buses 3 45 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel No Trunked Radio System

David Phillips Contract General Manager 530-634-6885 530-415-4585 Blue Bird Commuter Buses 7 41 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel No Trunked Radio System

David Brodek Contract Maintenance Manager 530-634-6885 Blue Bird Fixed Route Buses 6 35 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel No Trunked Radio System

Art Leonard Contract Operations Supervisor 530-634-6885 NABI Opus Fixed Route Buses 5 31 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel No Trunked Radio System

Dawna Dutra Administrative Analyst 530-634-6880 530-713-4996 NABI Opus Fixed Route Buses 7 27 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel No Trunked Radio System

Starcraft Demand Response/Rural Route Buses 10 16 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel No Trunked Radio System

Starcraft Demand Resopnse/Rural Route Buses 5 14 / 2 Wheelchairs Diesel No Trunked Radio System

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets l Type on Site, Tank S # of Bus Nozzles MCI Commuter Buses 3 57/2 Wheelchairs Diesel No Trunked Radio System

2100 B Street,

Marysville, CA 95901

System Name: Yuba-Sutter Transit

East 18th Street

Diesel,

12,000 Gallon Tank

1

TOTAL: 46 RECALCULATE


Transit System Emergency Contact List (October 2010)

(Include agency top decision maker(s), operations manager, maintenance manager, dispatch)

System Name: Yolobus - Yolo County Transportation District (YCTD)

Contact Name Title Work Phone Emergency Phone Vehicle Type Number Year # of Seats / Wheelchair Locations Fuel Type AVL Communications

Terry Bassett Executive Director (530) 661-0816, ext 12 (530) 848-1615 Minivans-GMC Amerivans with ramp 2 2008 4 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs Gasoline Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Janice Phillips Deputy Director (530) 661-0816, ext 22 (530) 520-2154 Cutaway - El Dorado AeroLite 200 2 2008 16 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs Diesel Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Carmen Alba Veolia GM (530) 662-2630, ext 47 (530) 520-3739 Cutaway - Starcraft 1 2007 16 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs Gasoline Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Sebastian Gonzales

Maint. Mgr. (emer. CNG fueling

Veolia Ops Manager (530) 662-2630, ext 46 (530) 681-5055 Cutaway - El Dorado AeroLite 270 2 2009 8 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs Diesel Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

contact) Veolia Maintenance (530) 662-2630 (530) 681-6069 35' High Floor Bus-Orion V 3 1996 33 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Jacqueline Mitchell

Veolia Safety and

Training Mgr (530) 662-2630, ext 51

(530) 681-5057

40' High Floor Bus-Orion V 2 1996 43 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

Veolia Dispatch (530) 662-2630 40' High Floor Bus-Orion V 7 1999 43 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

40' Low Floor Bus-NABI 3 2001 43 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

40' Bus Low Floor-Orion VII 13 2002 37 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

40' Bus High Floor-Orion V 2 2005 40 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

40' Bus Low Floor-Orion VII 13 2008 34 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

40' Motorcoach-MCI CNG 1 2000 49 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs CNG Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

45' Motorcoach-MCI Diesel 6 2010 57 seats, 2 w/c tie-downs Diesel Yes 800Mghz Trunked + AVL

57 Tot Veh 2,081 Total Seats

Yard Location (s) Cross Streets Fuel Type on Site, Tank Size # of Bus Nozzles

350 Industrial Way,

Woodland, CA 95776

Main/Industrial

CNG,

(2) 750-SCFM Compressors

2 in-yard


SACOG.ORG

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