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November 2019:

It's been a few months. That means it's time for another update. But first, some site redesign news ... which is still no news. I have written a Javascript routine to handle the redirects once I move the individual route pages to one per page, so that old links don't break. But other aspects are still pending my learning more about responsive design, and figure out how I want to improve indexing of the original route pages (I want to make it so you can jump directly to a section or subsection). I also still need to figure out exactly how I want the site to look. On the editor front: I'm still using Amaya as the main editor even thought it is no longer updated. I've been experimenting with both BlueGriffon and Pinegrow to see which generates the cleanest code and is easiest to use. But each has their quirks in the code that they generate.

I've also been hesitant in this update because of the Caltrans rework I mentioned in the last update. Many typical resources and pages are not available and are still pending remediation. My offer still stands to Caltrans: I will be glad to host any unremediated information -- or will find someone to do so if the information doesn't fit in this site -- pending remediation and rehosting on the Caltrans website. I am already hosting the Bridge Logs on my my Caltrans Resources page.

Moving on to the updates, starting with headlines, emailed items, and AAroads forum updates: Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the papers (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the "Observations Along The Road" and to the California Highways Facebook group) as well as any backed up email changes. I also reviewed the the AAroads forum. This resulted in changes on the following routes, with credit as indicated [my research(1), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail) from Brian Scott Anderson(2), Michael Ballard(3), Concrete Bob on AARoads(4), Mike Boultinghouse(5), DT Composer on AARoads(6), Sahand Cyrusian(7), Tom Fearer(8), Mark Fuqueron(9), Jeffe at AARoads(10), Nick Karels(11), Cameron Kaiser on AARoads(12), Plutonic Panda on AARoads(13), Scott Parker on AARoads(14), Chris Sampang on AARoads(15): Route 1(1,8), Route 2(1), I-5(1,14), US 6(3), Route 7(1), I-10(1), LRN 10(8), Route 11(1), Route 12(1,11), Pre-1963 Route 14(1,14), I-15(12), Route 16(1), Route 18(1,8,14), Route 20(1), Route 21(8), Route 23(1), Route 24(8), Route 25(1), Route 29(1), Route 34(1,8), Route 35(1), Route 37(1), Route 39(1), US 40(8,14), Route 44(1), Route 46(1), US 40(8), US 50(1,8), Route 53(1), Route 58(1,8), Route 60(1), US 60(8), Route 61(1), Route 63(1,8), Route 65(8,4), US 66(5), Route 68(1), Route 70(1), US 70(8), Route 71(1,14), Route 74(1,8), Route 75(1), Route 78(1), Route 79(1,8,14), I-80(1), Route 82(1), Route 83(1,8,14), Route 84(1), Route 88(1), Route 89(1), Route 91(1,8,13), US 91(1,14), Route 92(1), Route 99(1), US 99(2,3,8), US 101(1,8,10), Route 102(8), Route 104(1), Route 107(14), Route 110(1), Route 111(1,8), Route 113(1), Route 118(1,8), Route 119(1), Route 120(8), Route 132(1,8), Route 138 (High Desert Corridor)(1), Route 140(8), Route 141(11), Route 143(8,4), Route 144(8), Route 145(1), LRN 146(1), Route 148(8), Route 150(8), Route 154(8,6), Route 156(8), Route 160(1,8,14,15), Route 162(1,8), Route 163(1), Route 165(1,8), Route 168(8), LRN 175(1), Route 177(1,8), Route 178(8), LRN 178(1), LRN 181(1), Route 183(8), Route 189(8), Route 192(1,8), Route 193(8,14), Route 195(1,8), Route 198(8), I-210(1), Route 214(1), Route 217(8), Route 220(1), Route 221(1,8,14), Route 224(8), Route 225(8), Route 227(1), Route 231(8), Route 232(8), Route 237(1), Route 239(8), Route 241(1,9,13), Route 243(1,8), Route 244(8,4), Route 246(8), Route 257(14), Route 282(1), Route 371(1,8,14), I-380(1), US 395(1), I-405(1), I-580(1,8), I-605(1), I-680(1,8), I-710(1), Route 740(8), County Sign Route B1(1,8), County Sign Route G4(1), County Sign Route J4(8), County Sign Route J14(1,8), County Sign Route J19(1,8,14), County Sign Route J132(8), County Sign Route R1(8), County Sign Route R3(1,8), County Sign Route S32(1), County Sign Route 66(7).

Added some more information to the El Camino Real page. Updated information on the numbering of Forest Routes.

Noted the following Caltrans pages are still broken: All the links to the highway exit numbering PDFs from Cal-Nexus.

I have made the decision that, for the naming resolutions, I've decided to start putting pictures of the honoree or dedication if I can find them. Our remembrances need to be more than a meaningless name on a highway. Although I believe there are better ways to remember someone than naming a stretch of road after them, if the family is going to go to that effort, I should make the effort to make the backstory on the person available, and to put a face with the name. This will be done piecemeal as I work on pages, but as of the time I have uploaded this, I have completed Route 1 through Route 5.

Reviewed the Pending Legislation page, based on the new California Legislature site. As usual, I recommend to every Californian that they visit the legislative website regularly and see what their legis-critters are doing. As many people are unfamilair with how the legislature operates (and why there are so many "non-substantive changes" and "gut and amend" bills), I've added the legislative calendar to the end of the Pending Legislation page. I'll slowly be going back and adding pictures as I have the time. I noted the passage or veto of the following bills and resolutions:

I checked the CTC Liaison page (post AB 434 link) for the results of the California Transportation Commission meetings from July 2019 through December 2019. However, that page is also caught up in the AB 434 rework, meaning that none of the agendas and all of the background was unavailable. However, the California Transportation Commission does a better job of having its act together, and the agendas and minutes and backgrounds are available there. As always, note that I tend not to track items that do not impact these pages -- i.e., pavement rehabilitation or replacement, landscaping, drainage, culverts, roadside facilities, charging stations, or other things that do not impact the routing or history, unless they are really significant. As such, the following items were of interest (note: ° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages; is an indicator used to keep track of what has been added to the pages) :

2.1a. STIP Program/Project Amendments

(Aug) (1) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: Request to: (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(1), 2.5b.(2), and 2.5b.(3)) [Approved]

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Oct) (1) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: Request to: (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(1))

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Dec) (1) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: Request to: (Related Items under Ref. 2.5b.(1), 2.5b.(2) and 2.5d.(1))

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

2.1b. STIP Program/Project Amendments/Approvals for Notice

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.1c. TCIF Baseline Amendments

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.1s. TCEP Baseline Amendments

(Dec) (1) TCEP – Project Scope Amendment: The Department and City of Oxnard proposes to amend the Cycle 1 Trade Corridor Enhancement Program – Route 34 / Rice Avenue & Fifth Street Grade Separation project in Ventura County, to revise the scope. (PPNO 4961) (Related Items under Ref.2.2c.(8) and 2.6s.(2))

(Dec) (3) SB 1 Multi-Funded – Project Amendment: Project Amendment for the US 101 Managed lanes Project – North Segment (PPNO 0658D). Segment the project into three separate contracts: 1) Construction of Express lanes; 2) System Integration; and 3) Follow-up Landscaping.

2.2a. Submittal of Notice of Preparation for Comments

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.2b. Submittal of Notice of Documents Available for Comment (DEIRs)

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.2c. Approval of Projects for New Public Road Connection / Future Consideration of Funding

(Aug) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: [Approved]

(Aug) (5) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 07 – Los Angeles County. Link Union Station Project (US 101). Construct station modification improvements. (FEIR) (TIRCP) (PPNO CP033) (Related Item under Ref. 2.6g.(1)) [Approved]

(Oct) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding:

(Dec) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding:

(Dec) (8) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: 07-Ven-34, PM 6.27/6.77. Rice Avenue Grade Separation Project. Construct grade separation on Route 34 at Rice Avenue in the City of Oxnard in Ventura County. (FEIR) (TCEP) (PPNO 4961) (Related Items under Ref. 2.1s.(1) and 2.6s.(2))

2.3a. Route Adoptions

(Dec) One Notice of Intent to Consider Rescission:

  1. 05-Mon-101 PM R91.9/101.32. 05-SBt-101 PM 0.0/2.9 Notice of Intent to consider Rescinding a Freeway Adoption in the Counties of Monterey and San Benito.

2.3b. New Public Road Connection

(Dec) One New Public Road Connection:

  1. 08-Riv-215 PM R29.4 New Public Road Connection to I-215 at Placentia Avenue, Post Mile R29.4, in the City of Perris in Riverside County.

2.3c. Relinquishments

(Aug) One Relinquishment Resolution: [Approved]

  1. 12-Ora-5-PM 9.5. Right of way along Interstate 5 at Ortega Highway and Del Obispo Street, in the city of San Juan Capistrano.

(Oct) Three Relinquishment Resolutions:

  1. 03-Nev-49-PM 9.9/11.0. Right of way along Route 49 on Dalewood Way, Braemer Way, Allison Ranch Road, Le Barr Meadows Road, and Golden Starr Road, in the county of Nevada.
  2. 04-Ala-84-PM 7.1/10.8. Right of way on Route 84 from State Route 880 to Route 238, in the city of Fremont. Note: This removes Route 84 in Fremont, per the authorized relinquishment.
  3. 10-SJ-99-PM 9.5/9.8. Right of way along Route 99 between West Lathrop Road and Brunswick Road, in the county of San Joaquin.

(Dec) One Relinquishment Resolution:

  1. 07-LA-19-PM 7.8/8.4. Right of Way on Route 19 between Century Boulevard and Gardendale Street, in the city of Downey. Note: This removes the portion of Route 19 in Downey, completing the series of relinquishments in Downey, Bellflower, Lakewood, and Long Beach.

2.3d. Vacations

(Dec) Two Vacation Resolutions:

  1. 07-Ven-126-PM R13.3/R13.6. Vacates Right of Way along Route 126 on Telegraph Road, in the city of Santa Paula.
  2. 11-Imp-186-PM 0.1. Vacates Right of Way along Route 186 at the US/Mexico border, in the county of Imperial.

2.5a Minor Projects

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.5b. Financial Allocations for SHOPP Projects / Federal Discretionary Grant Funds

(Aug) (1) Request of $1,146,698,000 for 71 SHOPP projects. (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.2c.(1), and 2.5b.(2)) [Approved, as revised]

The following SHOPP Construction Phase project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Aug) (2) Request of $87,236,000 for 86 2018 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and Right of Way support. (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.2c.(1), 2.5b.(1), 2.5b.(3) and 4.28) [Approved]

The following SHOPP Pre-Construction Phase project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Aug) (3) Request for an allocation of $15,398,000 for the Right of Way Capital phase for a SHOPP Major Damage Permanent Restoration project on Route 1 in Sonoma County. (PPNO 0748E) (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.5b.(2)) [Approved]

(Oct) (1) Request of $211,441,000 for 18 SHOPP projects. (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1))

The following SHOPP Construction Phase project allocation was at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Oct) (2) Request of $41,293,000 for 67 2018 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and Right of Way support. (Related Item under Ref. 2.2c.(1))

The following SHOPP Pre-Construction Phase project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Dec) (1) Request of $164,869,000 for 23 SHOPP projects. (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1))

The following SHOPP Construction Phase project allocation was at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Dec) (2) Request of $82,348,000 for 85 2018 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and Right of Way support. (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.2c.(1) and 4.10)

The following SHOPP Pre-Construction Phase project allocation was at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Dec) (3) Request for an allocation of $24,500,000 for the Right of Way Capital phase for the SHOPP project on Route 55 in Orange County. (PPNO 3483)

2.5c Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

(Aug) (1) Request of $34,656,000 for the State-Administered STIP Reconstruct I-8/Imperial Avenue Interchange project, on the State Highway System, in Imperial County. (PPNO 11-0526) (Related Item under Ref. 2.2c.(1)) [Approved]

(Aug) (2) Request of $2,380,000 for two locally-administered STIP projects, on the State Highway System: [Approved, as revised]

(Dec) (1) Request of $12,988,000 for two locally-administered projects, on the State Highway System:

2.5d Allocations for Projects with Costs that Exceed 20 Percent of the Programmed Amount

(Oct) (1) Request for an allocation of $30,034,000 (88 percent increase) in Construction Capital and $3,422,000 (84 percent increase) in Support for the SHOPP Accelerated Freight Program project on I-80 in Solano County. (PPNO 0481R)

(Dec) (1) Request for an allocation of $21,918,000 (24 percent increase) in Construction Capital and $3,842,000 (0 percent increase) in Support for the SHOPP Bridge Preservation, Bridge Seismic Restorations project on US 101 in Del Norte County. (PPNO 1072) (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1))

2.5e Supplemental Fund Allocations

(Oct) (1) Request for an additional $1,200,000 (78 percent increase) in Capital Outlay Support Costs, for the SHOPP Safety Improvement project on Route 121 in Napa County. (PPNO 0775G)

(Dec) (1) Request for an additional $600,000 (5 percent increase) in Capital Outlay Support Costs, for the SHOPP Bridge Preservation, Bridge Rehabilitation project on US 101 in Del Norte County. (PPNO 0100V)

2.5f Financial Allocations for SHOPP

(Aug) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority: [Information Only]

The following allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Oct) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority

The following allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Dec) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority

The following allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

2.5g Prop 1B Project Allocations

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.5s Senate Bill 1 Programs Project Allocations Local Partnership Program (LPP) Allocations

(Oct) (1) Request of $3,408,000 for the State-Administered LPP Formulaic State Route 99/Route 120 Connector project, on the State Highway System, in San Joaquin County. (PPNO 3162) (Related Item under Ref. 2.2c.(1))

(Dec) (4) Request of $17,920,000 for the locally-administered multifunded LPP/STIP I-15/Railroad Canyon Interchange project, on the State Highway System, in Riverside County. (PPNO 3004U)

2.5t Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP) Allocations

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

4. TCIF and Aeronautic Program Updates / Policy Matters

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

Other Matters/Public Comment

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

July 2019:

What better than Independence Day as the time to start working on the next round of updates. The site redesign is still on the horizon, but I still need to read my Responsive Design book and figure out the design I want. As I've noted before, I have no plans to change the content or my method of content generation. I have settled on my replacement editor for HoTMetaL Pro: BlueGriffon. as it seems to have a good tag manipulation mode. I also plan to use Pinegrow to check the responsive design aspects. and plan to continue to use Amaya as the main editor (even though Amaya seems to be abandonware). You can see my thoughts on what I would like from the redesign here; it also explains how the site is generated. I'll note that I tried to use BlueGriffon for some of this round of update. It introduces some form of HTML error that Amaya has trouble with, so I need to investigate fuller. No one seems to make a clean editor anymore: they all seem to enforce their designer's ideas.

Caltrans Website Rework and Its Impacts

Note: Caltrans and the CTC have updated their websites to a new accessible design, as the result of AB 434, which required all state websites to be accessible. Of course, the state waited to contract it until the last moment, and many of the resources are now broken, awaiting remediation for accessibility. All Caltrans and CTC links should be revisited, as they likely no longer work. I'm reporting broken links as I find them to Caltrans on Twitter where appropriate, and fixing them as a run into them. In particular, the Caltrans Bridge Log seems to have (temporarily) disappeared. Luckily, Bonnie Kuhn, the Public Information Officer for Mendocino and Lake Counties has provided me copies of the logs for all the districts, and they have been uploaded to my Caltrans Resources page, together with the following additional resources (Thank you very much, Ms. Kuhn):

Also the CTC minutes and liason website are broken, but luckily I found someone at the CTC who was willing to help me in this round of updates. Agenda Item 4.4 from the May 2019 CTC meeting provided more information:

  1. The Commission’s website must be redesigned and rebuilt using the most recently revised version of the State of California’s Website Template to ensure the underlying infrastructure is compliant with accessibility standards.
  2. All content migrated to the Commission’s newly redesigned website (documents, images, graphics, videos, etc.) must be converted to meet the accessibility criteria established in AB 434. This complex conversion process is commonly referred to as document remediation.
  3. The Commission must remove content older than three years from its website, and save it internally to be provided upon request.

This means that if you are looking for older content, you should contact Caltrans or the CTC to get a copy of it. Those of us who run websites should coordinate to make these retrieved resources available to the public, and to relieve the burden on the CTC and Caltrans personnel. I have created a preliminary page to make such information available.

Update Details

Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the papers (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the "Observations Along The Road" and to the California Highways Facebook group) as well as any backed up email changes. I also reviewed the the AAroads forum. This resulted in changes on the following routes, with credit as indicated [my research(1), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail) from Tom Fearer(2), Maryam Madani(3), Northcoast707 on AARoads(4), Scott Parker (Sparker)(5), Anthony Pearson(6), Splashflash on AARoads(7), Don Wilson(8): Route 1(1,2,5), Route 2(1,2), Route 4(1), I-5(1,2,5), I-8(2), I-10(2,5), Route 11(1), Route 12(1), Route 14(2,6), I-15(2), Route 17(1), Route 18(1,2,5), LRN 18(2), Route 23(2), Route 25(1), Route 27(2), Route 29(1), Route 37(1), Route 39(2), Route 41(2), Route 46(1), Route 47(1), Route 49(1), US 50(1), Route 58(1,2), Route 59(1), US 60(2), Route 60(1,5), US 66(2), Route 67(5), US 70(2), Route 74(1), US 80(2), I-80(1), Route 84(5), Route 89(1), Route 91(1,2), Route 99(1,2,5,7), US 101(1,2,8), Route 104(1,2), Route 108(1), Route 109(1,2), Route 110(2,5), Route 113(1), Route 120(1), Route 121(1), Route 125(1), Route 126(2), Route 128(1), Route 131(2), Route 134(2), Route 138(2), Route 142(1), Route 147(2), Route 156(1), Route 163(2), LRN 165(5), Route 170(2), Route 173(2), Route 177(1,2), Route 180(1,2), Route 194(2,5), Route 195(2), I-210(1), I-215(1,2), Route 228(3), Route 235(2), Route 241(1), Route 243(1), Route 247(2), Route 259(2), Route 268(2), I-280(1), Route 282(2), US 395(1,2), I-405(1), Route 480(4), I-580(1), I-680(1), I-710(1), I-805(2), I-880(1), Route 905(1), I-980(1), County Sign Route N2(2).

Added a link to the hardest cycling climbs in the world. If you are looking to find the grade of steep road, this will help. Expressways and freeways are limited in their steepness, but other state highways that permit bicycles can be very steep. Those will show up on this maps. Updated the Stats page.

Updated the El Camino Real page regarding the removal of the bell at UC Santa Cruz. Grabbed some information I posted on the Scenic Highway requirements, and added it to my highway types page. Alas, the links therein are broken due to the Caltrans site rework. Added some more map sources.

Reviewed the Pending Legislation page, based on the new California Legislature site. As usual, I recommend to every Californian that they visit the legislative website regularly and see what their legis-critters are doing. Although numerous bills have been introduced, none have gone to the Governor for signature yet. As many people are unfamilair with how the legislature operates (and why there are so many "non-substantive changes" and "gut and amend" bills), I've added the legislative calendar to the end of the Pending Legislation page.

I checked the CTC Liaison page (post AB 434 link) for the results of the California Transportation Commission meetings from April through July 2019. However, that page is also caught up in the AB 434 rework, meaning that none of the agendas and all of the background was unavailable. Luckily, Douglas Remedios, Associate Governmental Program Analyst at the California Transportation Commission was of great help getting me the agenda and the background items I needed. Note that I tend not to track items that do not impact these pages -- i.e., pavement rehabilitation or replacement, landscaping, drainage, culverts, roadside facilities, charging stations, or other things that do not impact the routing or history, unless they are really significant. As such, the following items were of interest (note: ° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages; is an indicator used to keep track of what has been added to the pages) :

2.1a. STIP Program/Project Amendments

(May) (1) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: Request to: SHOPP Amendment 18H-009 (Related item under Ref. 2.5b.(2).) [Approved, as modified]

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(June) (1). SHOPP Amendments for Approval. Request to: (Related Items under Ref. 2.5b.(1), 2.5b.(2), and 2.5b.(3), and 2.8a.(12).)

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

2.1b. STIP Program/Project Amendments/Approvals for Notice

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.1c. TCIF Baseline Amendments

(May) (5). TCIF – Baseline Amendment The Department and Orange County Transportation Authority propose to amend the baseline agreement for TCIF Project 131 - I-5 Improvement Project – Segment 1, in Orange County, to program an additional $2,841,000 for Construction. The Department concurs with this request. (PPNO 2655) Resolution TCIF-P-1819-08 Amending Resolution TCIF-P-1819-03 [Approved]

2.1s. TCEP Baseline Amendments

(June) (1). TCEP – Baseline Amendment. The Department and San Diego County Association of Governments (SANDAG) propose to amend the TCEP Baseline Agreement for the Route 125/Route 905 Connector Project (PPNO 1036) in San Diego County to program $1,708,000 in savings from the Trade Corridor Improvement Fund (TCIF) Program for construction. There is no change to the TCEP programming amount. Resolution TCEP-P-1819-10, Amending Resolution TCEP-P-1819-03B (Related Item under Ref # 4.27)

2.2a. Submittal of Notice of Preparation for Comments

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.2b. Submittal of Notice of Documents Available for Comment (DEIRs)

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.2c. Approval of Projects for New Public Road Connection / Future Consideration of Funding

(May) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: [Approved as revised]

(June) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding

(June) (9) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 08 – Riverside County. Mid County Parkway Project. Construct the Mid County Parkway transportation corridor. (FEIR) (LPP) Resolution E-19-66. Note: This project is discussed under Route 74, as it was once a future rerouting of Route 74.

(June) (12) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 03 – Yuba -70, PM 16.2/25.8 Construct roadway and safety improvements on a portion of Route 70 in Yuba County. (FEIR) (PPNO 9819) (SHOPP) Resolution E-19-69 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(3).)

2.3a. Route Adoptions

(June) One Temporary Route Adoption as a Conventional Highway: 10-Sta-132-PM T11.4/T11.9. Temporary Route Adoption from Route 132/North Dakota Avenue intersection to North Dakota Avenue/Route 132 intersection in County of Stanislaus. Resolution HRA 19-01

2.3b. New Public Road Connection

(June) One New Public Road Connection: 10-Sta-132-PM R14.4. New Public Road Connection to Route 132 at Needham Street and Kansas Avenue Extension in the City of Modesto. Resolution S-763

2.3c. Relinquishments

(May) Five Relinquishment Resolutions: [Approved]

  1. 03-Sut-99-PM 17.1/R20.1. Right of way on and along Route 99 (Garden Highway) from 0.3 miles north of Central Avenue to Route 113, in the county of Sutter. Resolution R-4022
  2. 03-Sut-70-PM 0.0/7.6. Right of way on and along Route 70 from Route 99 to Rio Oso Road, in the county of Sutter. Resolution R-4023
  3. 03-But-70-PM 12.3/12.8. Right of way along Route 70 on Pacific Heights Road, in the county of Butte. Resolution R-4024
  4. 03-Nev-49-PM 1.9. Right of way along Route 49 at Woodridge Drive, in the county of Nevada. Resolution R-4025
  5. 10-Mer-165-PM 29.8. Right of way along Route 165 at Westside Boulevard, in the county of Merced. Resolution R-4026

(June) Two Relinquishment Resolutions

  1. 04-CC-4-PM 25.0 Right of way along Route 4 at Century Boulevard,in the city of Antioch. Resolution R-4027
  2. 11-SD-76-PM 2.6 Right of way along Route 76 at Foussat Road, in the city of Oceanside. Resolution R-4028

2.5a Minor Projects

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.5b. Financial Allocations for SHOPP Projects / Federal Discretionary Grant Funds

(May) (1). Request of $328,475,000 for 20 SHOPP projects. Resolution FP-18-63 (Related item under Ref. 2.5c.(2).) [Approved]

The following SHOPP Construction Phase project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(May) (2). Request of $64,636,000 for 76 2018 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and R/W support. Resolution FP-18-64 (Related items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.2c.(1), and 4.17) [Approved]

(2a) The following SHOPP Support Phase project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(2b) None of the SHOPP SB1 Support Phase project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages.

(June) (1). Request of $391,832,000 for 47 SHOPP projects. Resolution FP-18-80 (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.2c.(1).)

The following SHOPP Construction Phase project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(June) (2). Request of $99,518,000 for 98 2018 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and R/W support. Resolution FP-18-81 (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.5c.(1).)

(2a) Support Allocations for SHOPP Projects: The following SHOPP Support Phase project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(2b) Support Allocations for SHOPP SB 1 Projects of Primary Asset Classes: The following project allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(June) (3). Request for an allocation of $15,200,000 for the Right of Way Capital phase for the SHOPP safety project on State Route 70 in Yuba County (03-Yub-70 16.2/25.8), programmed in FY 2019-20. (PPNO 9819) (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.2c.(12) and 4.11.)

2.5c Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

(May) (2). Request of $36,189,000 for three locally-administered STIP projects, on the State Highway System. Resolution FP-18-65 (Related item under Ref. 2.5b.(1).) [Approved]

The following allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(May) (5) Request of $8,600,000 for the locally-administered STIP Silicon Valley Express Lanes Program – Phase 4 Electronic Tolling System project, on the State Highway System, in Santa Clara County, programmed in FY 19-20. (PPNO 04-2015G) [Approved]

(June) (1) Request of $28,240,000 for two State-Administered STIP projects, on the State Highway System, related to Route 29 Expressway Segment 2C. Resolution FP-18-91 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(1).)

(June) (7). Request of $6,321,000 for a locally-administered STIP AB 3090 Reimbursement project, on the State Highway System, in Kern County (Westside Parkway - Phase 1 (Centennial) Route 58), programmed FY 2019-20. (PPNO 06-3705B) Resolution FP-18-90

2.5d Allocations for Projects with Costs that Exceed 20 Percent of the Programmed Amount

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.5e Supplemental Fund Allocations

(May) (1) Request for an additional $3,300,000 (10 percent increase) in Construction Capital for the SHOPP Operational Improvement project on Route 99 and Route 58 in Kern County, to complete construction. (PPNO 6891) [Approval with the condition that any future cost increases will not be paid out of the SHOPP funds.]

(June) (2). Request for an additional $4,346,000 (44 percent increase) in Construction Capital, for the SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation Project on US 101 in Marin County, to re-advertise the construction contract. (PPNO 0350H) Resolution FA-18-43

2.5f Financial Allocations for SHOPP

(June) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority

2.5f.(1) Informational Report - Emergency G-11 Allocations. The following allocations were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

2.5g Prop 1B Project Allocations

(June) (5a). Request of $1,310,000 from TCIF Proposition 1B Bond Program for the State Route 60 Archibald Avenue Interchange Improvement project, in San Bernardino County. (PPNO 75-TC129)

(June) (5b) (5c). Allocation Amendments- Proposition 1B TCIF Projects. Request to deallocate a combined total of $1,198,000 from the following projects, due to savings at project close out:

2.5s Senate Bill 1 Programs Project Allocations Local Partnership Program (LPP) Allocations

(May) (5). Request of $5,000,000 for the locally-administered TCEP Route 57/Route 60 Confluence Relief Program project, on the State Highway System, in Los Angeles County. (PPNO 07-5394) [Approved]

(June) (2). Request of $4,272,000 for the locally-administered LPP (Formulaic) Pachappa Underpass (Route 91 HOV Remnant Work) project, on the State Highway System, in Riverside County. (PPNO 08-1239)

(June) (5). Request of $2,286,000 for the locally-administered LPP (Formulaic) Innovate 680: Interstate 680 Northbound HOT/HOV Lanes Project, in Contra Costa County, on the State Highway System, programmed in FY 19-20. (PPNO 04-2321B)

(June) (7). Request of $121,809,000 for the State-Administered multi-funded LPP/STIP/Proposition 1B TCIF I-5 Widening, Segment 1 (Route 73 to Oso Parkway) project, in Orange County, on the State Highway System. (PPNO 12-2655)

(June) (11). Request of $64,919,000 for the locally-administered multi-funded TCEP/STIP Route 132 Expressway, Phase 1 project, in Stanislaus County, on the State Highway System. (PPNO 10-0944M)

2.5t Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP) Allocations

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

4. TCIF and Aeronautic Program Updates / Policy Matters

(May) (4.26). TCIF – Baseline Agreement Approve the Baseline Agreement for the State Route 60 Archibald Interchange Improvement Project in San Bernardino County. [Approved]

(May) (4.27). Trade Corridor Improvement Fund (TCIF) Program Amendment to revise the I-5 Improvement Project -Segment 1 in Orange County. [Approved]

(June) (4.27). Trade Corridors Improvement Fund Program Amendment Add the Route 125/Route 905 Connector ProjectResolution TCIF-P-1819-11 (Related Item under Ref # 2.1s.(1))

Other Matters/Public Comment

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

March 2019:

It is time for the first update of the year. This is a normal update to the naked eye; however, it is notably the first update after doing a tech-refresh at home. In other words, this update is being done with my new HP Envy 17 laptop, after years of updates done with my trusty Toshiba A665. The intended remodeling is still planned, but I need time to (a) read my responsive design book, and (b) pick a design that I like. As I've noted before, I have no plans to change the content or my method of content generation. I have settled on my replacement editor for HoTMetaL Pro: BlueGriffon. as it seems to have a good tag manipulation mode. I also plan to use Pinegrow to check the responsive design aspects. and plan to continue to use Amaya as the main editor (even though Amaya seems to be abandonware). You can see my thoughts on what I would like from the redesign here; it also explains how the site is generated.

Moving on to the updates: Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the papers (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the "Observations Along The Road" and to the California Highways Facebook group) as well as any backed up email changes. I also reviewed the the AAroads forum. This resulted in changes on the following routes, with credit as indicated [my research(1), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail) from Anneliese Ågren(2), Tom Fearer(3), ClassicHasClass on AAroads(4), DTComposer on AAroads(5), Mark F on AARoads(6), Kniwt on AAroads(7), Plutonic Panda on AAroads(8), richardwm15 on AAroads(9), Scott Parker (Sparker) on AAroads(10), Chris Sampang on AAroads(11), Oscar Voss on AAroads(12), Alex on AAroads(13): Route 1(1,2,3,9), Route 2(1), Route 4(1,3), I-5(1,6), I-10(1), Route 11(1), Route 12(3), Route 13(3), Route 14(1), I-15(1), Route 16(3), Route 17(1,3), Route 18(1), Route 20(1,13), Route 21(1,3), Route 22(1,6), Route 24(3), Route 25(1), Route 29(1), LRN 30(3), Route 33(1,3), Route 36(10), Route 37(1), Route 39(1), I-40(1), US 40(3), Route 41(3), Route 45(3), Route 46(1), US 48(1,3), Route 49(1), US 50(1,3), Route 57(1), Route 59(1), Route 60(1,4), Route 61(3,10), LRN 69(3), Route 70(3), Route 71(1), Route 74(1), LRN 74(10), Route 75(1), Route 77(3,11), I-80(1,3), Route 82(3), Route 84(1,3,10), Route 87(5,10), Route 91(1,6,8), Route 92(10), Route 96(1), Route 99(1,3), US 101(1,3,8), I-105(1), LRN 105(3), Route 108(1), Route 110(1), Route 111(1), Route 112(3), Route 113(3), Route 117(10), Route 120(1,3,7), Route 123(3), Route 126(1), Route 128(1), Route 134(1), Route 141(3,10), Route 146(12), Route 149(3), Route 154(1), Route 162(3), Route 166(3), Route 179(3,10), Route 180(1), Route 185(3,11), Route 187(1), Route 191(3), Route 192(1), US 199(1), I-210(1), Route 220(3), Route 227(1), Route 229(3), Route 238(1), Route 241(1,6,8), Route 242(3), Route 243(1), Route 260(3), Route 262(3), Route 275(3), I-280(1,3,10), Route 282(1), Route 299(1), I-380(1,3), I-405(1,10), US 466(3), Route 480(1,3), I-505(3,10), I-580(1,3), I-680(3), I-710(1), I-780(3), I-880(1), I-980(3), County Sign Route G9(3), County Sign Route J2(3), County Sign Route J4(3), County Sign Route J7(3), County Sign Route J9(3), County Sign Route S21(7).

Thanks to Keilah Keiser, removed some broken links from the links page. Went through and updated all the regional links. If you identify any links that are bad, please let me know -- they haven't been checked in a long time. Kudos to those folks that kept their pages up or had redirects. Boos to those who took down their pages, abandoned their sites, or didn't tell me when things moved. Surprisingly, all those Angelfire sites are still up. Tripod and Geocities, not all that much. I also went through and changed all the Sure Why Not? blog links to Gribblenation.org blog links. I also went through the Road Links on AAroads, which resulted in more changes and confirmations for all the links on the highway resources page, as well as updates to regional links.

Added some additional map sources to the maps page.

Reviewed the Pending Legislation page, based on the new California Legislature site. As usual, I recommend to every Californian that they visit the legislative website regularly and see what their legis-critters are doing. Although numerous bills have been introduced, none have gone to the Governor for signature yet. As many people are unfamilair with how the legislature operates (and why there are so many "non-substantive changes" and "gut and amend" bills), I've added the legislative calendar to the end of the Pending Legislation page.

I checked the CTC Liaison page for the results of the CTC meetings from December 2018 through March 2019 (2018-12-05/06, 2019-01-30/31, 2019-03-13/14).Note that I tend not to track items that do not impact these pages -- i.e., pavement rehabilitation or replacement, landscaping, drainage, culverts, roadside facilities, charging stations, or other things that do not impact the routing or history, unless they are really significant. As such, the following items were of interest (note: ° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages; is an indicator used to keep track of what has been added to the pages) :

2.1a. STIP Program/Project Amendments

(Dec) (1) Request to: [Approved, as modified]

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Jan) (1) Request to: [Approved]

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Jan) (2) The Department and San Mateo City/County Association of Governments, in concurrence with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, propose to amend the San Mateo and Santa Clara US 101 Managed Lanes Project, programmed in the STIP, LPP and SCCP, to reassign a portion of the scope of work into a new segment for early delivery in FY 2018-19. (PPNO 0658D) [Approved]

(Mar) (1) SHOPP Amendment: Request to: [Approved, as modified]

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages:

(Mar) (2) STIP Amendment – Approval: The Riverside County Transportation Commission proposes to amend the 2018 STIP to program an AB 3090 replacement project (PPNO 3009Y) to advance the start of the Project Approval and Environmental Document (PA&ED) phase for the I-15 Express Lanes – Southern Extension project (PPNO 3009X) by using local funds. [Approved]

2.1b. STIP Program/Project Amendments/Approvals for Notice

(Dec) (1) The Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA) and the City of American Canyon, in concurrence with Metropolitan Transportation Commission, propose to amend the STIP to program an AB 3090 cash reimbursement project (PPNO 2130S) to use local funds for the construction of Devlin Road and Vine Trail Extension Class I Path, (PPNO 2130D) in Napa County (see Route 29), with reimbursement to be scheduled over a three year period beginning in FY 20-21. [Information Only]

(Dec) (2) The Department, San Mateo County Transportation Authority and the San Mateo City/County Association of Governments, propose to amend the San Mateo and Santa Clara US 101 Managed Lanes Project (PPNO 0658D), programmed in the STIP, to reassign a portion of the scope of work into a new segment for early delivery in FY 2018-19. [Information Only]

(Jan) (2) The Riverside County Transportation Commission and the City of Lake Elsinore propose to amend the 2018 STIP to program an AB 3090 replacement project (PPNO 3009Y) to advance the start of the Project Approval and Environmental Document (Environmental) phase of the I-15 Express Lanes – Southern Extension (PPNO 3009X) by using local measure funds. [Information Only]

2.2a. Submittal of Notice of Preparation for Comments

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.2b. Submittal of Notice of Documents Available for Comment (DEIRs)

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.2c. Approval of Projects for New Public Road Connection / Future Consideration of Funding

(Dec) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: [Approved]

(Dec) (5) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 04-SCL-101, PM 50.6/52.6, 04-SM-101, PM 0.0/21.8 US 101 Managed Lanes Project Construct a managed lanes facility on a portion of US 101 in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties. (FEIR) (PPNO 0658H & PPNO 0658D) [The Commission accepted the modified environmental document, and approved the project for funding.

(Jan) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: [Approved]

(Jan) (6) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 05-SCr-1, R7.24/16.13 Santa Cruz Route 1 Project. Roadway improvements on a portion of Route 1 in Santa Cruz County. (FEIR) (PPNO 0073A) (STIP) [The Commission accepted the environmental document, Statement of Overriding Considerations and Findings of Fact and approved the project for funding.]

(Mar) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: [Approved, as modified]

(Mar) (4) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 04 – Napa County Devlin Road and Napa Valley Vine Trail Extension Project (related to Route 29). Construct the Devlin Road extension and other improvements. (MND) (PPNO 2130D) (STIP) [Approved]

2.3a. Route Adoptions

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.3b. New Public Road Connection

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.3c. Relinquishments

(Dec) Five Relinquishment Resolutions: [Approved]

(Jan) Four Relinquishment Resolutions: [Approved]

2.3d. Vacation Resolutions

(Jan) One Vacation Resolution: [Approved]

2.5a Minor Projects

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

2.5b. Financial Allocations for SHOPP Projects / Federal Discretionary Grant Funds

(Dec) (1) Request of $85,909,000 for 11 SHOPP projects. The following projects were at the level of interest of the highway pages: [Approved]

(Dec) (2) Request of $113.0 $112.1 million for 91 90 2018 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and R/W support:

The following projects were at the level of interest of the highway pages: [Approved, as modified]

(Jan) (1) Request of $241,513,000 $135,896,000 for 22 SHOPP projects. [Approved, as modified]

The following projects were at the level of interest of the highway pages:

(Jan) (2) Request of $54,800,000 for 70 69 2018 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and R/W support: [Approved, as modified]

The following projects were at the level of interest of the highway pages:

(Mar) (2) Request of $78.9 $75.9 million for 82 80 2018 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and R/W support: [Approved, as modified]

The following projects were at the level of interest of the highway pages (note: for some of the ones covered by 2.2c.(1), I just noted the allocations in the page) :

(Mar) (3) Request for an allocation of $45,000,000 for the Project Approval, Environmental Document (PA&ED) phase for the SHOPP Major Damage (Permanent Restoration) project on US 101 in Del Norte County. (PPNO 1112) [Approved]

(Mar) (4) Request of $353,789,000 for four SHOPP projects programmed in FY 19-20. [Approved]

The following projects were at the level of interest of the highway pages:

2.5c Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

(Jan) (2) Request of $4,051,000 for two locally-administered STIP projects, on the State Highway System. The following allocations were of sufficient interest for the highway pages: [Approved, as modified]

(Mar) (4) Request of $7,400,000 for the State-Administered STIP Route 70 Passing Lanes (Segment 1) project, on the State Highway System, in Butte County (03-BUT-70 M8.8/R12.1), programmed in FY 19-20. (PPNO 03-9801) [Approved, as modified]

2.5d Allocations for Projects with Costs that Exceed 20 Percent of the Programmed Amount

(Dec) (1) Request for an allocation of $15,446,000 (22 percent increase) in Construction Capital, and $4,670,000 (80 percent increase) in Construction Support for the SHOPP Bridge Preservation project on Route 128 in Napa County (04-Nap-128, PM 19.7/20.7). (PPNO 04-0830B) [Approved]

2.5e Supplemental Fund Allocations

(Dec) (4) Request for an additional $4,600,000 in Construction Capital (30 percent increase) for the SHOPP Bridge Replacement (Klamath River Bridge, 02-SIS-263, PM 56.7/57.2) project on Route 263 in Siskiyou County. (PPNO 02-3424) [Approved]

(Dec) (8) Request for an additional $985,000 (19 percent increase) in Construction Capital for the SHOPP Bridge Scour Mitigation project on Route 1 in Santa Barbara County (Salsipuedes Creek Bridge (~ 001 SB 15.614)). (PPNO 05-1501) [Approved]

(Jan) (1) Request for an additional $952,000 in Construction Capital (25 percent increase) for a SHOPP Collision Severity Reduction project on Route 68 in Monterey County. (PPNO 2378). [Approved]

(Jan) (2) Request for an additional $2,985,000 in Construction Capital (46 percent increase) for a SHOPP Collision Severity Reduction project on US 395 in Mono County, to readvertise the construction contract. (PPNO 0615) [Approved]

(Mar) (1) Request for an additional $451,000 (35 percent increase) for the Project Approval, Environmental Document (PA&ED) phase for the SHOPP Collision Severity Reduction project on State Route 36 in Humboldt County. (PPNO 2379) [Approved]

2.5f Financial Allocations for SHOPP

(Dec) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority [Information Only]

The following allocations were of sufficient interest for the highway pages:

(Jan) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority [Information Only]

The following allocations were of sufficient interest for the highway pages:

(Mar) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority [Information Only]

The following allocations were of sufficient interest for the highway pages: Note that all of these were also amended into the SHOPP under Agenda Item 2.1a.(1).

2.5g Prop 1B Project Allocations

(Dec) (5a) Request of $60,453,000 for the multi-funded Route 11 – Enrico Fermi Drive to Otay Mesa East Port of Entry Proposition 1B TCIF/BIP/FASTLANE project, on the State Highway System, in San Diego County. (PPNO 11-0999D) [Approved]

2.5s Senate Bill 1 Programs Project Allocations Local Partnership Program (LPP) Allocations

(Dec) (4) Request of $74,810,000 for the State-Administered US 101 Managed Lanes Project – Southern Segment SCCP project, in San Mateo County, on the State Highway System, programmed FY 19-20. (PPNO 0658H) [Approved]

(Jan) (1) Request of $2,027,000 for the State-Administered US 101 Managed Lanes Project – Northern Segment SB1 LPP-Formulaic project, on the State Highway System, in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties. (PPNO 0658D) [Approved]

(Jan) (2) Request of $5,510,000 for the locally-administered Route 99/Fulkerth Road Interchange Improvements SB1 LPP-Formulaic and Competitive project, on the State Highway System, in Stanislaus County. (PPNO 3414) [Approved]

(Mar) (5) Request of $85,370,000 for the multi-funded/StateAdministered SCCP/LPP US 101 Marin-Sonoma Narrows Segment C2 – HOV Lanes Gap Closure project, on the State Highway System, in Sonoma County. (PPNO 04-0360Q) [Approved]

(Mar) (6) Request of $90,000,000 for the State-Administered SCCP US 50 Multimodal Corridor Enhancement Project/US 50 HOV Lanes (I-5 to Watt Avenue) project, on the State Highway System, in Sacramento County, programmed in FY 19-20. (PPNO 03-3301) [Approved]

(Mar) (7) Request of $26,000,000 for the multi-funded/locallyadministered TCEP/STIP Route 605/Route 91 Interchange Improvement: Gateway Cities Freight Crossroads Project, on the State Highway System, in Los Angeles County. (PPNO 07-5338) [Approved]

(Mar) (8) Request of $43,080,000 for the multi-funded/StateAdministered TCEP/STIP/Route 99 Livingston Widening Northbound project, on the State Highway System, in Merced County, programmed in FY 21-22. (PPNO 10-0161A) [Approved, as modified, as with the staff recommendation that the Commission approve the non-proportional funding to allow the Route 99/ Proposition 1B fund to be invoiced first in order to maximize the use of those funds on the project.]

2.5t Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP) Allocations

There were no items of interest for this agenda item in the reviewed minutes.

4. TCIF and Aeronautic Program Updates / Policy Matters

(Dec) 4.22 Trade Corridors Improvement Fund Program Amendment: Request to de-program one project: [Approved]

Request to add two projects to the program: [Approved]

(Dec) 4.23 Trade Corridors Improvement Fund Baseline Agreement: Request to approve one Baseline Agreement: [Approved]

(Dec) 4.24 Trade Corridor Enhancement Program Amendment - Remove the Central Valley Gateway Project. The Central Valley Gateway project which includes the Route 205/International Parkway Interchange Project and the Route 580/International Parkway Interchange Project. [Approved]

Other Matters/Public Comment

(Jan) In January 2019, there was a briefing from the Save Highway 174 (Route 174) group.

FREQUENTLY USED TERMS IN CTC MINUTES: California Transportation Commission (Commission or CTC), California Department of Transportation (Department or Caltrans), Regional Improvement Program (RIP), Interregional Improvement Program (IIP), State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP), Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP), Public Transportation Account (PTA), Clean Air and Transportation Improvement Act of 1990 (Proposition 116), High Speed Passenger Train Bond Program (Proposition 1A), Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 1B), Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA), State Route 99 Bond Program (RTE or SR 99), Local Bridge Seismic Retrofit Account (LBSRA), Trade Corridors Improvement Fund (TCIF), Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account (HRCSA), State-Local Partnership Program (SLPP), Traffic Light Synchronization Program (TLSP), Letter of No Prejudice (LONP), Environmental Phase (PA&ED), Design Phase (PS&E), Right of Way (R/W), Fiscal Year (FY), Active Transportation Program (ATP), Intercity Rail (ICR), California Aid to Airports Program (CAAP), Acquisition & Development (A&D), Transit and Inter-City Rail Capital Program (TIRCP), Transportation Facilities Account (TFA), Trade Corridor Enhancement Program (TCEP), Local Partnership Program (LPP), Local Streets and Roads Program (LSRP), Solutions for Congested Corridors Program (SCCP).


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