CTC Approves $1.4 Billion in Transportation Improvement Projects

The California Transportation Commission (CTC) has allocated $1.4 billion for transportation improvement projects across California. More than half of the investment — $884 million — will come from SB 1 or the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

“California continues to make significant investments in fixing our roads, highways, bridges and transit systems,” said Caltrans Director Toks Omishakin. “SB 1 is critical to making these repairs and upgrades, while also supporting thousands of jobs that are essential for our economy.”

The improvement projects include:

  • Bridge Replacement Project in Glenn County ($110.9 million)
  • Pavement Project on I-80 in Nevada County ($25.7 million)
  • Light rail vehicle acquisition for the Sacramento Regional Transit District ($23.6 million)
  • Traffic Management Project on SR-99 in Sacramento County ($13.9 million)
  • Bridge Project on SR-70 in Yuba County ($12.2 million)
  • Hanlon Lead Railroad bridge replacement in Oakland, Alameda County ($11.7 million)
  • East Basin Rail Gateway expansion at the Port of Long Beach ($8 million)
  • Signal optimization at BNSF junction control point for the Los Angeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo Rail Corridor Agency ($5 million)
  • El Monte Station grade crossing safety improvements ($2.29 million)

Read more about the projects and download the complete list here.


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Policy

Monday, August 15, 2022 - 08:43

The clock is ticking for San Francisco. The state made clear last week that it’s ready to go all the way to blunt the city’s notorious NIMBYism if changes aren’t made.