Labor Day weekend. A traditional time for me to do computer updates, be it writing code while on vacation in Hawaii listening to the Jerry Lewis Telethon when I was in college, or doing updates in the early morning while on vacation (while looking at I-15 in front of me, near one of the most spectacular bridges on that route). Hopefully, these will take less time than the last batch. [Update: They didn’t, which is why I’m finishing things post-vacation at my desk, listening to the music I picked up on vacation.]
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 Mike Ballard(2), Coatimundi @ AAroads(3), Concrete Bob @ AAroads(4), DTComposer @ AARoads(5), Jonathan Ledbetter(6), Sparker @ AARoads(7), Scott Presnel (ACSAMapCollector) @ AARoads(8), Quillz @ AARoads(9), Max Rockatansky at AAroads(10), Joe Rouse at AAroads(11), and Joel Windmiller(12): Route 1(7,8,5), Route 2(1,8), Route 4(1), I-5(1,7,11), I-8(6), I-10(1), Route 11(1), Route 14(2,11), I-15(1,7), Route 17(1), Route 29(1), Route 37(1), LRN 43(7), Route 45(7), Route 49(1,11), US 50(11), Route 58(7,11), Route 59(7), Route 65(7,4), Former US 66(1,7), Route 76(1), I-80(1,12), Route 85(1), US 97(6), Former US 99 and current Route 99(1,7), US 101(1,7,9), Route 102(7,11), Route 107(7), Route 116(1), Route 120(1,7), Route 140(7), LRN 161(7), Route 167(7), Route 172(7), Route 180(7), LRN 190(7), I-210(7), Route 262(7), Route 263(1), Route 271(7), Route 276(3), US 299/Route 299(1,10), Route 371(1), US 395(1,2), I-405(1,8), I-580(1), I-710(1), Riverside County Route R2(7,10). I’ll note there were some particular good background information posts on AAroads — I’ve hopefully been able to capture that information so it isn’t lost into the void (with attribution, of course).
Added a link in the FAQ to California’s Postmile Service, an interesting site to map postmiles to geographic locations. Hat tip to Jonathan Ledbetter for the link.
Added some observations on the chronology of LRNs from Sparker at AAroads.
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. Right now, we’re at the point everything for this legislative session has been sent to the Governor for signature. A large number of bills — in particular, a large number of Senate naming resolutions — were on the Governor’s desk at the time of this update, so check the Pending Legislation page and follow the link to the bill to see if they have been signed (I’ll catch those in the next update). Noted the passage/veto of the following bills and resolutions (for some of these, I’ve highlighted key phrases in red):
- AB 51 (Quirk) Vehicles: motorcycles: lane splitting.
(1) Existing law requires, whenever a roadway has been divided into 2 or more clearly marked lanes for traffic in one direction, that a vehicle shall be driven as nearly as practical entirely within a single lane and shall not be moved from the lane until the movement can be made with reasonable safety.This bill would define “lane splitting” as driving a motorcycle, that has 2 wheels in contact with the ground, between rows of stopped or moving vehicles in the same lane, as specified. The bill would authorize the Department of the California Highway Patrol to develop educational guidelines relating to lane splitting in a manner that would ensure the safety of the motorcyclist, drivers, and passengers, as specified. The bill would require the department, in developing these guidelines, to consult with specified agencies and organizations with an interest in road safety and motorcyclist behavior.
08/19/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 141, Statutes of 2016.
- AB 2289 (Frazier) Department of Transportation: capital improvement projects.
Existing law requires the Department of Transportation to prepare a state highway operation and protection program for the expenditure of transportation funds for major capital improvements that are necessary to preserve and protect the state highway system and that include capital projects relative to maintenance, safety, and rehabilitation of state highways and bridges that do not add a new traffic lane to the system.This bill would add to the program capital projects relative to the operation of those state highways and bridges.
07/22/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 76, Statutes of 2016.
- AB 2469 (Frazier) Specialized license plates: breast cancer awareness.
This bill would authorize the State Department of Health Care Services to contact the department by September 5, 2016, and indicate its intent to undertake collection of additional applications and fees or deposits for an additional period of 12 months in order to obtain the minimum 7,500 applications for a special license plate the State Department of Health Care Services is seeking to sponsor pursuant to existing law.
08/29/16 Vetoed by Governor. Veto Message: “This bill would authorize the Department of Health Care Services to request an additional year to collect a minimum of 7,500 applications to qualify a breast cancer awareness specialized license plate without notifying existing applicants of the extension or their option to cancel their order and receive a refund. Since the department has already requested an extension and notified existing applicants of their option to request a refund, I believe this bill is unnecessary.”
08/30/16 Consideration of Governor’s veto pending.
- AB 2906 ( Committee on Transportation) Transportation: omnibus bill.
(1) Existing law authorizes the Treasurer and the California Transportation Commission to pledge amounts deposited in the State Highway Account from federal transportation funds for the purposes of issuing federal highway grant anticipation notes, commonly known as GARVEE bonds, to fund transportation projects selected by the commission. Existing law requires the commission to prepare an annual analysis of the bonding capacity of those federal transportation funds.This bill would instead require the commission to prepare this analysis when the Department of Transportation anticipates the issuance of new notes and makes a written request in that regard, but not more than once annually.(2) [definition of “motor carrier” changed]
(3) [changed definition of administrative costs for the Legacy License Plates]
(4) [repeals environmental license plate restrictions for 1984 Olympic plates]
(5) Existing law authorizes certain tow truck drivers to utilize the center median or right shoulder of a roadway in the event of an emergency that requires the rapid removal of impediments to traffic or rendering of assistance to a disabled vehicle obstructing a roadway, if specified conditions are met.
This bill would additionally give this authority to a tow truck driver who renders towing service or emergency road service to motorists while involved in freeway service patrol operations, pursuant to an agreement with a regional or local entity.
(6) Existing law requires a vehicle stopped or parked upon a roadway where there are adjacent curbs to be stopped or parked with the wheels of the vehicle parallel to, and within 18 inches of, the curb, as provided, except as specified.
This bill would additionally apply these provisions to vehicles stopped or parked upon a roadway where there are adjacent class IV bikeways, as defined.
(7) Existing law requires that every vehicle be equipped with stoplamps that emit red light unless the vehicle was manufactured before January 1, 1979, in which case it may emit a red or yellow light.
This bill would prohibit commercial vehicles from being equipped with amber stoplamps, amber taillamps, or other amber lamps that are optically combined with a stoplamp or taillamp.
(8) [trailer weight stuff]
(9) [use of flares near flammable material]
(10) Existing law prescribes maximum stopping distances and sets forth requirements for emergency brake systems and service brake systems for specified vehicles.
This bill would revise and reorganize those maximum stopping distances and standards for emergency brake systems and service brake systems.
(11) [prohibits a vehicle from displaying hazardous materials markings or placards unless permitted or required by specified federal regulations.]
(12) [more trailer regulations]
(13) [prohibits a driveaway-towaway combination, as defined, from exceeding 97 feet in length when transporting up to 3 saddle-mounted vehicles and one full-mounted vehicle.]
(14) [imposes a state-mandated local program.]
(15) [deletes obsolete provisions and make other technical, clarifying, and organizational changes.]
(16) [no reimbursement is required by this act for a specified reason.]
08/26/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 208, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 100 (Travis Allen) Kevin Woyjeck Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of I-405 between postmile 24.178 and postmile 20.4 in the County of Orange as the “Kevin Woyjeck Memorial Highway“.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 116, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 115 (Mathis) Richard “Dick” Noles Memorial Highway.
Designates Route 168 from 4090 West Line Street to the junction of US 395, in the County of Inyo, California, as the “Richard “Dick” Noles Memorial Highway“.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 118, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 123 (Steinorth) Sheriff’s Deputies Ronald Wayne Ives and Daniel Jess Lobo, Jr., Memorial Highway.
Designates that portion of I-15 from its junction with Route 210 to Sierra Avenue in the County of San Bernardino, California, as the “Sheriff’s Deputies Ronald Wayne Ives and Daniel Jess Lobo, Jr., Memorial Highway“.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 119, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 134 (Wilk) Simi Valley Police Officer Michael Clark Memorial Overcrossing.
Designates the First Street Overcrossing of Route 118 in the City of Simi Valley as the “Simi Valley Police Officer Michael Clark Memorial Overcrossing“.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 120, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 135 (Dahle) The Officer Jack Polen Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of Route 44 between post mile R 27.882 at Wilson Hill Road and post mile 35.930 at Airport Way in the County of Shasta as the “Officer Jack Polen Memorial Highway“.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 121, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 138 (Lackey) Senator Sharon Runner Memorial Highway and the Larry Chimbole Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of Route 14 in the County of Los Angeles from West Avenue H to West Avenue K in the City of Lancaster as the “Senator Sharon Runner Memorial Highway“. Designates the portion of Route 138 in the County of Los Angeles from the interchange at Route 14 to 40th Street East in the City of Palmdale as the “Larry Chimbole Memorial Highway“.
09/01/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 160, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 142 (Williams) Ventura County Deputy Sheriff Peter Aguirre, Jr. Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of Route 33 in the County of Ventura from West Ojai Avenue at post mile 11.21 to Fairview Road at post mile 12.8 as the “Ventura County Deputy Sheriff Peter Aguirre, Jr. Memorial Highway“.
07/11/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 83, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 157 (Hadley) Louis Zamperini Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of I-405 from Redondo Beach Boulevard to South Western Avenue in the County of Los Angeles as the “Louis Zamperini Memorial Highway“.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 122, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 159 (Salas) CHP Officer Keith M. Giles Memorial Interchange.
Designates the interchange at Routes 43 and Route 198 in the County of Kings as the “CHP Officer Keith M. Giles Memorial Interchange“.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 123, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 163 (Atkins) Blue Star Memorial Highway.
Designate Route 282 from Orange Avenue in the City of Coronado to Naval Air Station North Island as a ★ Blue Star Memorial Highway.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 124, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 165 (Bigelow) America’s Heroes–Veterans Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of Route 49 at Valley View Way post mile R7.298 to approximately post mile R10.560 before the Jay-D Ornsby-Adkins Bridge (bridge number 26-0043), located at post mile R10.576, in the County of Amador as the “America’s Heroes–Veterans Memorial Highway“.
08/16/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 125, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 174 (Bigelow) Buffalo Soldiers Memorial Highway.
Designates that portion of Route 41 from post mile 1.841 at the Mariposa-Madera county line to post mile 4.918 at the entrance to Yosemite National Park, as the “Buffalo Soldiers Memorial Highway“.
08/23/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 134, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 177 (Frazier) Solano County Deputy Sheriff Hale Humphrey Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of Route 12 between Marina Boulevard and Pennsylvania Avenue, near the south end of Union Avenue and the north end of Main Street, in the County of Solano, as the “Solano County Deputy Sheriff Hale Humphrey Memorial Highway“.
08/23/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 135, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 178 (Gipson) Kevin Burrell and James MacDonald Memorial Highway and the Dess K. Phipps Memorial Overcrossing.
Designates the portion of I-710 from Route 91 approximately at post mile 12.97 to Alondra Boulevard approximately at post mile 13.94 in the County of Los Angeles as the “Kevin Burrell and James MacDonald Memorial Highway“; and also designates overcrossing number 53-822, which spans I-710 at Alondra Boulevard approximately at post mile 13.945 in the County of Los Angeles as the “Dess K. Phipps Memorial Overcrossing“.
09/01/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 161, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 180 (Obernolte) Sergeant Brian Walker Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of Route 247 in the County of San Bernardino, beginning at the intersection of Route 247 and Allen Way at postmile 44.366 and continuing to Camp Rock Road at postmile 39.598, as the “Sergeant Brian Walker Memorial Highway“.
09/01/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 162, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 191 (Gallagher) National Purple Heart Trail.
Designates the portions of Route 16, Route 20, and Route 45 in the County of Colusa for inclusion in the ♥ National Purple Heart Trail.
09/01/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 163, Statutes of 2016.
- ACR 197 (Gatto) Jackie Robinson Memorial Highway
Designates the portion of I-210 from Gould Avenue to Orange Grove Boulevard in the County of Los Angeles near where Jackie Robinson grew up as the “Jackie Robinson Memorial Highway“. Note: I did my part — my page also remembers Jackie’s brother, Mack Robinson, who has an equally if not more inspiring story (see this link)
09/01/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 165, Statutes of 2016.
- SB 1399 (Hueso) Department of Motor Vehicles: license plate alternatives pilot program.
Existing law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue license plates for vehicles, as specified, and authorizes the department to issue one or more stickers, tabs, or other suitable devices in lieu of the license plates, as specified. Existing law also authorizes the department to establish a pilot program, to be completed no later than January 1, 2017, to evaluate the use of alternatives to stickers, tabs, license plates, and registration cards, subject to certain requirements, and to report the results of the pilot program, as specified, to the Legislature no later than July 1, 2018.This bill would instead require the department to complete any pilot program established pursuant to those provisions no later than January 1, 2018, 2019, and to report the results of the pilot program to the Legislature by July 1,2020.
08/19/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State. Chapter 155, Statutes of 2016.
- SCR 102 (Nguyen) Joan Lind Van Blom Memorial Bridge.
Designates the Los Alamitos Bay Bridge (bridge number 53-0064), and any successor bridge, on Route 1 south of Loynes Drive and north of East 2nd Street, in the City of Long Beach, as the “Joan Lind Van Blom Memorial Bridge“.
08/05/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 94, Statutes of 2016.
- SCR 111 (Mendoza) Downey Police Officer Ricardo Galvez Memorial Highway.
Designates the portion of I-5 between the San Gabriel River Bridge (bridge number 53-213) at post mile 7.06 and the Rio Hondo River Bridge (bridge number 53-639) at post mile 9.46 in the City of Downey in the County of Los Angeles County as the “Downey Police Officer Ricardo Galvez Memorial Highway“.
08/05/16 Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 95, Statutes of 2016.
I checked the CTC Liaison page for the results of the CTC meetings from July 2nd through September 1. The following items were of interest (note: ° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages) : [PENDING]
2.1a. STIP Program/Project Amendments
(1) SHOPP Amendment Request: Add 31 new projects into the 2014 SHOPP. All of these projects were addressed under 2.5f. / Approved
(2) SHOPP Amendment Request: (a) Add 25 new projects into the 2016 SHOPP. (b) Revise 4 projects currently programmed in the 2016 SHOPP. The following projects were of interest for the highway pages: / Approved, as modified
- On Route 29 near Lower Lake, at various locations. Widen for truck climbing lanes and shoulders.
- On Route 1, in and near Santa Cruz (05-SCR-01 16.7/17.0), from 0.1 mile south of Route 1/Route 17 Separation to 0.4 mile south of Pasatiempo Overcrossing; also on Route 17 (PM 0.0/0.3). Realign southbound Route 17 connector to southbound Route 1.
(3) STIP Amendment Request: The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the San Mateo City/County Council of Governments (C/CAG) and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority are proposing to program an AB 3090 cash reimbursement project (PPNO 0690B) in order to use local funds for construction of the US 101/ Willow Road Interchange project (PPNO 0690A) in San Mateo County, with later reimbursement over a two year period beginning in FY 2019-20. / Approved
2.1b. STIP Program/Project Amendments/Approvals for Notice
(1) STIP Amendment for Notice: The Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the San Mateo City/County Council of Governments (C/CAG) and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority are proposing to program an AB 3090 cash reimbursement project (PPNO 0668B) in order to use local funds for construction of the Route 92/Route 82 Interchange Improvements – Phase 1 project (PPNO 0668A) in San Mateo County, with later reimbursement over a two year period beginning in FY 2019-20. / Information only
2.2a. Submittal of Notice of Preparation for Comments
None / None of Interest.
2.2b. Submittal of Notice of Documents Available for Comment (DEIRs)
None / None of Interest.
2.2c. Approval of Projects for New Public Road Connection / Future Consideration of Funding
(1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding for:
- 01-Hum-254, PM 0.8/43.1 Avenue of the Giants-Four Bridges Project. Upgrade the railings on four bridges on Route 254 in Humboldt County. (MND) (PPNO 0046D) (SHOPP)
- 02-Sis-96, PM 52.48, 60.17, 88.26 Siskiyou 3 Bridges Rail Upgrade Project. Upgrade the railings on three bridges on Route 96 in Siskiyou County. (MND) (PPNO 3473) (SHOPP)
- 02-Sis-5, PM R58.1 Randolph Collier Safety Roadside Rest Area Project. Construct upgrades including waste water treatment systems at a roadside rest on I-5 in Siskiyou County. (MND) (PPNO 3476) (SHOPP)
- 03-Pla-65, PM R5.4/R6.4 Galleria Boulevard/Stanford Ranch Road/Route 65 Northbound Ramps Improvement Project. Construct roadway improvements on a portion Route 65 in Placer County. (MND) (PPNO 5108) (SHOPP)
- 03-Yub-20, PM 8.0/10.2 Loma Rica Road to Spring Valley Road Widening and Rehabilitation Project. Widen and rehabilitate a portion of Route 20 in Yuba County. (MND) (PPNO 9587) (SHOPP)
- 04-Nap-128, PM 19.7/20.7 Capell Creek Bridge Replacement Project. Replace existing bridge on Route 128 in Napa County. (MND) (PPNO 0830B) (SHOPP)
- 06-Ker-99, PM 10.5/20.5 Route 99/Taft Highway Rehabilitation Project. Construct roadway improvements including pavement rehabilitation on a portion of Route 99 in Kern County. (MND) (PPNO 3036) (SHOPP)
- 11-SD-76, PM 32.6/33.3 Intersection Improvement and Curve Realignment at Route 76 and Valley Center Road Project. Construct intersection improvements including curve realignment on Route 76 and Valley Center Road in San Diego County. (MND) (PPNO 1020) (SHOPP)
- 11-SD-94, PM 13.6/14.6, 11-SD-125, PM R10.5/T11.5 Route 94/Route 125 Interchange Project. Construct roadway improvements including direct freeway to freeway connections on Route 94 and Route 125 in San Diego County. (MND) (PPNO 0356) (TCRP)
- 01-Hum-169, PM 26.4/29.9 Weitchpec Slips Project. Repair slipouts on a portion of Route 169 in Humboldt County. (MND) (PPNO 2342) (SHOPP)
- 06-Ker-58, PM R55.4/R59.7 Cottonwood East Rehabilitation Project. Construct roadway improvements including pavement rehabilitation on a portion of Route 58 in Kern County. (MND) (PPNO 6730) (SHOPP)
(2) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 05-Mon-101, PM R41.5/49.8 CURE Safety Improvement Project. Construct roadway improvements including removing trees and utility poles on a portion of US 101 in Monterey County. (FEIR) (PPNO 2312) (SHOPP) / The Commission approved the environmental document and Statement of Overriding Considerations and approved the project for funding.
(3) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of a Route Adoption: 05-SBt-25, PM 51.5/60.1, 04-SCl-25, PM 0.0/2.6 Hollister to Gilroy Route 25 Route Adoption. Select a corridor for Route 25 between Hollister and Gilroy in San Benito and Santa Clara Counties. (FEIR) (PPNO 4854) (Local) / The Commission approved the environmental document and Findings of Fact and approved the project for funding.
(5) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding and a Route Adoption: 03 – Placer County. Route 89 / Fanny Bridge Community Revitalization Project. Realign portion of Route 89 with a replacement bridge. (FEIR) (FLAP) / The Commission approved the environmental document and Findings of Fact and approved the project for funding
2.3a. Route Adoptions
Request to Approve a Route Adoption as a conventional highway at: 03-Pla-89-PM R8.2/R8.5 On Route 89 from 0.3 mile north of Granlibakken Road to 0.1 mile west of Fairway Drive, in the county of Placer. / Approved
2.3b. New Public Road Connection
None / None of Interest.
Six Relinquishment Resolutions: / Approved
- 07-LA-10-PM 32.7 Right of Way along Route 10 on Francisquito Avenue and Garvey Avenue, in the city of Baldwin Park.
- 10-SJ-5-PM R22.5 Right of Way along Route 5 on French Camp Road, in the city of Stockton.
- 10-SJ-5-PM R22.0/R22.7 Right of Way along Route 5 between Mathews Road and French Camp Road, in the county of San Joaquin.
- 11-SD-52-PM 6.9 Right of Way along Route 52 at Kearny Villa Road, in the city of San Diego.
- 12-Ora-5-PM 34.0/36.9 Right of Way along Route 5 on Disney Way, in the city of Anaheim.
- 03-Pla-65 M8.2 Right of Way along Route 65 on Blue Oaks Boulevard, in the city of Roseville.
2.3d. Vacation Resolutions
One Vacation Resolution: / Approved
- 02-Plu-89-PM 29.1 Right of Way along Route 89 approximately 0.5 mile east of Route 147, in the county of Plumas
2.5a Minor Projects
None / None of Interest.
2.5b. Financial Allocations for SHOPP Projects / Federal Discretionary Grant Funds
(1) Request of $725,252,000 for 70 SHOPP projects. The following projects were of sufficient interest to require highwya page modification. “Uninteresting”, from the point of updates, would be pavement rehabilitation, ADA ramps, guard rails, storm damage repair, retaining walls, culvert systems, bridge walls, … for the most part / Approved, as modified
- $11,512,000. US 395 in Sierra (PM R0.0/R3.1) and Lassen (PM R0.0/5.6) Counties, from Nevada State line to 1 mile north of Route 70; also, on Route 70 from PM 3.5 to 3.9. Outcome/Output: Rehabilitate 34.2 lane miles of pavement to extend pavement service life and improve ride quality. Project will overlay pavement, upgrade nine culverts, install approach slabs at eight locations, rehabilitate four bridges with polyester concrete overlay, install one intelligent transportation system (ITS) monitoring device, and make ADA and drainage improvements at the Agriculture Inspection Station.
- $13,545,000. Plumas 02-Plu-70 50.6/51.7. Route 70 near Quincy, from 0.6 mile west to 0.5 mile east of Spring Garden Bridge Overhead No. 09-0062. Outcome/Output: Rehabilitate the existing structure by replacing the bridge deck, widening to make shoulders standard, retrofitting the sub-structure, and installing standard bridge rail.
- $14,000,000. Tehama 02-Teh-36 R75.1/78.4 Route 36 near Mineral, from Little Giant Mill Road to 0.7 mile west of Diamond Road. Outcome/Output: realigning highway curves, improving drainage facilities and clear recovery zone, increasing shoulder widths, and installing guard rail to reduce the number and severity of collisions.
- $14,737,000. Marin 04-Mrn-1 50.1/50.5 Route 1 near Valley Ford, from 0.4 mile south to 0.2 mile north of Estero Americano Bridge No. 27-0028; also in Sonoma county (PM 0.0 to 0.2). Outcome/Output: Replace structurally deficient structure with new bridge and retaining walls using standard lane and shoulder widths. New bridge and approaches will be constructed at higher elevation to prevent over-topping and roadway flooding. Project also includes willow cutting harvesting, willow propagation and mitigation plantings, and plant establishment period maintenance.
- $11,828,000. Solano 04-Sol-80 31.4/32.6 I-80 near Vacaville, at Meridian Road Overcrossing No. 23-0147 and Midway Road Overcrossing No. 23-0148. Outcome/Output: Seismic retrofit for Meridian Road Overcrossing and replacement of the Midway Road Overcrossing to improve structure resistance to earthquakes and minimize the potential for collapse. Retrofit work will include polyester overlay, reconstruct barrier rail, construct approach slabs, improve existing drainage system and reconstruct deck overhang. Replacement work will include demolishing existing bridge.
- $31,477,000. Los Angeles 07-LA-118 R0.0/R14.4 Route 118 in the city and county of Los Angeles, from Ventura County line to Route 210; also on Route 27 (Topanga Canyon Boulevard) from Devonshire Street to Route 118. Outcome/Output: Rehabilitate 65.0 lane miles of roadway to extend pavement surface life and improve ride quality. Replace approach slabs and upgrade curb ramps to meet current ADA standards.
2.5c Financial Allocations for STIP Projects
None / None of Interest.
2.5e Supplemental Fund Allocations
(1) Request of $3,646,000 in additional construction support funds to complete the construction contract for a highway widening project on Route 138 in San Bernardino County. This results in an increase of 51.7 percent over the current construction support allocation. (STIP) (PPNO 0239D) / Approved, including the change shown in the Pink Replacement Attachment distributed at the meeting
(3) Request for $91,100,000 in additional funds for the Public Private Partnership, Presidio Parkway project on Route 101 in San Francisco County. (STIP/SLPP/SHOPP) (PPNO 0619P). [Note that this was a post construction funding adjustment — no update to the pages occurred] / Approved by the Commission, per staff recommendation as follows: 1) Approved $91.1 million for the project to settle all known developer claims and State contract obligations with direction that Caltrans seek maximum federal participation of federal funds in settlement costs and report back to the Commission on the final federal participation determination; 2) Approved the landscape modification request under the following conditions (a) Presidio Trust Landscape Work (PTLW) remains a Presidio Parkway Project commitment not a SHOPP commitments (b) Caltrans submits the PTLW for Commission consideration and approval once scope, cost and schedule for work is finalized with the Presidio Trust; and (c) Caltrans submits to the Commission a future Presidio Parkway Project supplemental funds request for the PTLW when funds are required to fund the landscape work; and 3) That a proportional share of all Presidio Parkway Project supplemental allocations be charged against future San Francisco County STIP shares per the Commission approved STIP Guidelines.
2.5f Financial Allocations for SHOPP
Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority. Details are provided for the items of interest; most are repair actions (such as slipout repairs, removal of dead trees prior to tree failure, repairs after nearby wildfires) or minor modifications (rumble strips, surface treatments, roadway rehabilitations, lighting updates) not at the level of interest for the highway pages. / Information only
- Emergency G-11 Allocations (2.5f.(1)): $67,112,000 for 36 projects
- Marin 04-Mrn-01 14.4/14.5. Route 1 near Stinson Beach, at 2.2 miles north of Panoramic Highway. During March 2016 storm events, a washout began along the roadway slope adjacent to Bolinas Lagoon, part of a National Marine Sanctuary. Later wave action in May caused the slope washout to expand and is now undermining the southbound lane. Slope armoring can not be environmentally cleared without a protracted schedule. Shifting the roadway away from the slope is acceptable to the resource agencies as a temporary repair. Permanent restoration repairs will require follow-up programming. This project will pave and allow shifting of the traffic lanes away from the damaged slope to minimize traffic impacts. $1,100,000
- San Diego 11-SD-94 50.6. Route 94 near Campo, at Campo Creek Bridge No. 57-0120. Following a recent bridge inspection, it was concluded this bridge needs replacement due to extensive deterioration of the existing deck and timber stringers and the potential high scour threat to the bridge foundations. Temporary shoring has been installed; however, shoring could fail as a result of monsoonal rainstorms and flash floods, thus placing the bridge at risk of collapse. This project will demolish the existing bridge and construct new to current standards. $3,450,000
- SHOPP Safety Lump Sum Sub-Allocations (2.5f.(3)): $52,254,000 in construction capital for 13 projects
- Tulare 09-Tul-190 4.0/5.0. Route 190 Near Tipton, from 0.4 mile west of Road 152 to 0.7 mile west of Road 160. Outcome/Output: Construct roundabout, sidewalk, curb and gutter and reconstruct 1.0 mile of Route 190 and 0.5 mile of Road 152 to increase safety and reduce the number and severity of collisions. $3,290,000
- Stanislaus 10-Sta-99 R18.0/R19.7 Route 99 in Modesto, from 0.1 mile north of West Modesto Overhead to 0.5 mile south of Beckwith Road. Outcome/Output: Reconstruct off-ramp and construct acceleration and deceleration lanes at southbound ramps to improve safety and reduce the number and severity of collisions. $7,923,000
- Minor G-05-16 Allocations (2.5f.(4)): $465,000 for one project.
2.5g Prop 1B Project Allocations
None / None of Interest.
4. TCIF and Aeronautic Program Updates / Policy Matters
None / None of Interest.