🛣️ Changes/Updates to the California Highways Website | April – 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 ProBlueGriffon. 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 liaison 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.

  • AB 634 (Salas) Traffic control devices: roundabouts: memorial and dedication signs.
    Existing law provides that the Department of Transportation has full possession and control of all state highways and associated property.The California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices provides for 5 types of highway facilities that may be used for memorial or dedication signing, including, among other things, freeways and highways.

    This bill would require that roundabouts be added as a type of highway facility that may be used for memorial or dedication signing.
    07/12/19 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 95, Statutes of 2019.

  • AB 998 (Aguiar-Curry) State scenic highways: State Route 128.
    Existing law designates certain portions of authorized state highway routes as part of the state scenic highway system, if certain scenic highway standards are implemented. Existing law requires the Department of Transportation to designate a state highway within the scenic highway system as an official state scenic highway if the department determines that a corridor protection program has been implemented, as specified.This bill would designate State Route 128 as a route in the state scenic highway system.
    07/12/19 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 104, Statutes of 2019.
  • ACR 4 (Frazier) CHP Officer Kirk Griess Memorial Highway.
    Designates I-505 between the I-80 interchange (SOL R0.0) and the Vaca Valley Parkway (~ SOL R1.422) in the County of Solano as the CHP Officer Kirk Griess Memorial Highway .
    07/08/19 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 105, Statutes of 2019.
  • ACR 38 (Salas) Kings County Deputy Sheriff Allen Thomas Sharra Memorial Highway.
    Designates the portion of Route 41 between Lincoln Avenue (KIN 32.420) and Lansing Avenue (KIN 33.590) as the Kings County Deputy Sheriff Allen Thomas Sharra Memorial Highway.
    07/08/19 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 106, Statutes of 2019.
  • ACR 47 (Bigelow) CAL FIRE Firefighter Braden Varney Memorial Highway.
    Designates the five-mile portion of Route 140 north of its intersection with Route 49 (MPA 18.511 to MPA 23.511) as the CAL FIRE Firefighter Braden Varney Memorial Highway.
    07/08/19 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 108, Statutes of 2019.
  • ACR 66 (Aguiar-Curry) Officer Natalie Corona Memorial Highway.
    Designates the portion of I-5 from Greenbay Road (Bridge 15-0060, COL R3.149) to the Salt Creek Bridge (Bridge 15-0005R, COL R7.991) in the County of Colusa as the Officer Natalie Corona Memorial Highway.
    07/10/19 Chaptered by Secretary of State – Res. Chapter 113, Statutes of 2019.

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]

  • Add 27 new projects into the 2018 SHOPP.
  • Revise 83 projects currently programmed in the 2018 SHOPP.
  • Develop 2 Long Lead projects and delete 1 Long Lead project.

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

  • Added to SHOPP: Major Damage Restoration #24: 12-Ora-5 PM 30.8. PPNO 2839, Proj ID 1219000043. On I-5 In Santa Ana, at Main Street. Repair precast wall panels. Total Cost: $542,000.
  • Added to SHOPP: Collision Reduction #25: 01-Men-20 PM 20.0/20.3. PPNO 4717 Proj ID 0118000171. Route 20 Near Willits, from James Creek Bridge to 0.3 mile east of James Creek Bridge. Improve curve and roadway cross slope, widen shoulders, and install rumble strips. Timetable: PA&ED: 7/2020. R/W: 8/2021. Const: 3/2022. Est. cost: $4,094K.
  • Added to SHOPP: Collision Reduction #26: 06-Ker-43 PM 25.2/25.4. PPNO 6982. Proj ID 0618000131. On Route 43 in Wasco, from Route 46 to south of Gromer Avenue. Improve safety by constructing a roundabout. Timetable: PA&ED: 12/1/2020; R/W: 4/1/2022; RTL: 4/15/2022; BC: 9/20/2022. Est. total: $10,100K.
  • Long Lead Project: Modify 01-Hum-101 PM 79.5/80.2, PPNO 2417, Proj ID 0115000088. On US 101 in Eureka, at the Eureka Slough Bridge No. 04-0022L. Seismic retrofit. Update the project schedule to FY26-27 to allow for the study of both seismic retrofit as well as bridge replacement alternatives, making it a Long Lead project.
  • Delete Long Lead Project: 09-Mno-395 69.9/71.9. PPNO 2639. Proj ID 0917000014. On US 395 Near Bridgeport, from north of Route 270 Junction to Green Creek Road. Widen shoulders to eight feet, install rumble strips, improve sight distance, and upgrade signing and striping to current standards . Remove project from the Long Lead list and develop a Minor project to install rumble strips.
  • SHOPP Amendment: 01-Hum-299 R14.7/R15.7. PPNO 2435. ProjID 0116000045. Route 299 Near Blue Lake, from 2.2 miles east of Simpson Road to 3.2 miles east of Simpson Road. Widen shoulders, and install rumble strips and guardrailing. Amend Const Capital from $1,386K to $1,584K. Increase in construction capital is due to the addition of a maintenance vehicle pullout area to improve worker safety.
  • SHOPP Amendment: 01-Lak-20 5.1/5.7 5.1/5.8 PPNO 4647. ProjID 0116000170. On Route 20 Near Upper Lake, from 0.4 mile west to 0.2 0.3 mile east of Witter Springs Road. Curve improvement, shoulder widening, and add left-turn pocket and rumble strips. Note: Change in project limits is to accommodate a standard curve radius and eliminate the need for retaining walls. Additional construction capital is needed due to increase in earthwork quantities and increase in unit prices for excavation. Additional R/W capital is needed due to encroachment into a wetland area requiring additional mitigation, permits, and temporary construction easements. Improved design also requires one additional parcel. Total est. cost now: $14,504K.
  • SHOPP Amendment: 01-Men-20 24.7/24.9. PPNO 4650. ProjID 0116000188. On Route 20 Near Willits, from 1.0 mile to 0.8 mile west of Three Chop Road. Realign curves Widen eastbound shoulders, construct guard railing, place Open Graded Friction Course (OGFC) pavement High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST), and extend an existing culvert. Note: Design strategy has changed from shoulder widening to curve correction resulting in increased construction capital. R/W capital has decreased due to lower than anticipated permit fees. Updated est. cost: $4,402K.
  • SHOPP Amendment: 02-Tri-3 58.7/61.9 58.7/60.7 PPNO 3485. ProjID 0212000073. On Route 3 Near Trinity Center, from 1.3 miles south to 0.7 mile north of Swift Creek Bridge north of Preacher Meadows Road to north of El Dorado Way. Replace Swift Creek Bridge No. 05-0059. Note: Update postmiles and decrease R/W capital as mitigation costs and right of way impacts are reduced by eliminating a second borrow site. Additional construction capital is needed as the road profile needs to be raised by two feet to prevent overtopping. This necessitates increased bridge height, additional embankment, and larger drainage facilities. Increased cost of steel and precast members has also resulted in increase of construction capital. Updated est. cost: $17,041K.
  • SHOPP Amendment: 04-SCl-9 4.9 PPNO 0386F. ProjID 0412000409. Route 9 Near Saratoga, at Saratoga Creek Bridge No. 37-0074. Replace bridge. Delay construction completion to FY21-22. Note: The delivery of the project is delayed by two years due to complex right of way acquisition of multiple properties. Also, due to the historical aspect of the bridge, additional outreach was required, resulting in the need to develop a range of design options.
  • SHOPP Amendment: 05-SBt-25 18.8/19.1. PPNO 2697. ProjID 0516000164. Route 25 Near Pinnacles National Park, from 0.7 miles north of San Benito Lateral/Old Hernandez Road to 2.4 miles south of Route 146. Improve curve and flatten slope. Update total est. cost to $11,301K and completion to FY20-21. Note: Geotechincal investigations determined flatter slopes than previously assumed would be required. This results in additional impacts to culturally sensitive areas delaying the schedule to perform additional cultural studies. PS&E and R/W support are in current year so a Time Extension to Allocate will be submitted for approval in the June 2019 CTC meeting. Construction capital increase is due to additional earthwork not in original estimate.
  • SHOPP Amendment: 05-SLO-1 32.6. PPNO 0072. ProjID 0515000097. In Morro Bay, at Toro Creek Bridge No. 49-0068R. Replace bridge. Increase const. cap. to $8,249K. Total est. $15,554K. Note: Construction capital increase is due to change in constructability of bridge replacement, an identified increase to the size of piling and casings, and miscellaneous items previously not identified.
  • SHOPP Amendment: 05-SLO-1 34.5 PPNO 0072A. ProjID 0515000098. Near Morro Bay, at Old Creek Bridge No. 05-49-0070R. Replace bridge. Increase const. support to $2,702K, const. capital to $10,836K; total est. to $17,487K. Note: Construction capital increase is due to change in traffic handling requiring complex stage handling, increase in item cost estimates to reflect current market pricing, and construction of a work platform above the creek to accommodate permit that does not allows for water diversion previously assumed.
  • SHOPP Amendment 05-SLO-58 3.1 PPNO 0072B ProjID 0515000099. Route 58 Near Santa Margarita, at Trout Creek Bridge No. 05-49-0091. Replace bridge. Increase const cap to $7,573K; total to $14,910K. Note: Increase in construction capital is due to increase in abutment pile quantity and rock slope protection, volatility in precast pricing, and change in traffic handling and barrier rail type.
  • SHOPP Amendment 12-Ora-133 3.1/3.6 PPNO 4793 ProjID 1213000097. On Route 133 In Laguna Beach, from 1,700 feet south to 1,300 feet north of El Toro Road. Extend lanes in both directions. Increase R/W to $2,064; total to $13,790K. Note: Due to refinements made during the design process, R/W capital is increasing because of additional acquisition costs and permit fees.

♠ (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).)

  • Add 29 new projects into the 2018 SHOPP.
  • Revise 143 projects currently programmed in the 2018 SHOPP.
  • Develop 3 Long Lead projects.

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

  • Item 20: 08-Riv-243 0.0/28.0 PPNO 3013N ProjID 0819000058. Route 243 Near Banning, from Route 74 to 0.3 mile south of Wesley Street; also on Route 74 from Willowbrook Road to 0.1 mile east of Devils Ladder Road (PM R47.0/70.0). Repair roadway washouts, damaged pavement, embankment, guardrail, and culverts. PA&ED $200K; PS&E $200K; R/W Sup $10K; Con Sup $1,200K; R/W Cap $200K; Const Cap $7,950K; Total $9,760K.
  • Item 22: 01-Hum-299 30.7/33.4 PPNO 2522 ProjID 0119000025. Route 299 Near Willow Creek, from 0.1 mile east of Cedar Creek Road to 0.2 mile east of East Fork Willow Creek Bridge. Widen shoulders and improve curves at three locations. PA&ED $2,050K PS&E $2,839K R/W Sup $198K Con Sup $6,599K R/W Cap $89K Const Cap $27,989K Total $39,764K Begin const. 10/2022.
  • Item 25: 08-Riv-215 R36.6/R37.2 PPNO 3013W ProjID 0819000045. I-215 In the city of Riverside, from 0.2 mile north of Alessandro Boulevard to 0.2 mile south of Eucalyptus Avenue. Construct auxiliary lanes in the northbound and southbound directions between the onramps and offramps. PA&ED $699K; PS&E $762K; R/W Sup $22K; Con Sup $1,251K; R/W Cap $24K; Const Cap $6,015K;Total $8,773K. BC: 5/3/2021.
  • Item 27: 11-SD-75 8.9/10.0 PPNO 1264 ProjID 1117000113. Route 75 In the city of San Diego, from 0.2 mile south of Route 5 (PM 8.930) to Georgia Street (San Diego city limit, PM 9.956). Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to City of San Diego to relinquish roadway. Total $5,100K.
  • Long Lead Item 2: 04-Mrn-37 R11.2/13.7 PPNO 5200 ProjID 0419000376. Route 37 In Novato, from Route 101 to 0.1 mile west of Atherton Avenue. Reconstruct the roadway to address sea level rise and recurrent flooding. PA&ED $10,000K; PS&E* $15,000K; R/W Sup* $2,000K; Con Sup* $16,900K; R/W Cap* $19,700K; Const Cap* $820,500K; Total $884,100K (* = Not Programmed). BC: 5/1/2027
  • Long Lead Amendment Item 1: 01-Men-1 43.3/44.2 PPNO 4490 ProjID 0100000154. Route 1 Near Albion, from 3.0 miles north of Route 128 Junction to 0.2 mile north of Albion River Bridge No. 10-0136. Bridge replacement. Note: Project delivery year is being moved from FY 19-20 to 22-23 making this a long lead project. The change is due to organized opposition and legal challenges by a land owner for Permits to Enter (PTE) needed to conduct environmental studies and geotechnical studies. PS&E Support, R/W support, construction support and construction capital costs are escalated to the year of delivery. Total cost est. now $93,908K.
  • Long Lead Amendment Item 3: 05-Mon-1 20.9/21.3 PPNO 2524 ProjID 0514000004. Route 1 Near Lucia, from 0.1 mile south to 0.2 mile north of Limekiln Creek Bridge No. 44-0058. Replace bridge. Note: Delay project delivery is due to postponement of PA&ED completion to FY 23-24 to allow for additional alternatives analysis. Increase in PS&E amount was erroneously not reported before. Updated total cost: $92,727K. Updated const est. FY27-28.
  • Long Lead Amendment Item 4: 05-SB-101 R36.6 R36.0/R37.0 PPNO 2448 ProjID 0513000018. US 101 Near Goleta, at from 0.6 mile south and 0.4 mile north of Refugio Road Undercrossing No. 51-0215L/R. Replace bridges. Note: When previously presented this long lead project did not have costs associated to PS&E and construction support. Change in R/W support is due to significant impacts to cultural resources determined in PA&ED which require additional studies. Additional R/W capital is due to the requirement of Fish Passages previously not required. Updated total cost: $46,929K.
  • Scope Item 1: 01-Hum-36 10.5/10.8 PPNO 2415 ProjID 0115000076. Route 36 Near Carlotta, from 0.1 mile east of Riverside Park Road to 0.4 mile east of Riverside Park Road. Curve correction. Note: Original design would have unknowingly severed access to a private timber road. Cost and schedule changes are required to account for a new strategy to raise the profile of the roadway, decrease grade differential, and improve sight distance. More time and resources are required for archeological surveys, cultural review, coordination with permitting agencies, and to redesign the project. Updated total cost: $6,063K Updated const. FY20-21.
  • Scope Item 4: 01-Hum-101 88.2/88.3 88.3 PPNO 2397 ProjID 0114000117. US 101 In Arcata, at Route 299/US 101 Separation. Realign ramp curve. Increase in construction capital due to larger excavation quantity needs recently identified with the discovery of unsuitable construction site materials. Performance measures have been updated based on the most recent calculation guidelines. Project description and post miles are revised to reflect a spot location. Updated cost: $7,117K
  • Scope Item 5: 01-Hum-299 20.5/30.2 PPNO 2427 ProjID 0116000010. Route 299 Near Willow Creek, from 1.5 mile east of East Bair Road to 0.4 mile west of Cedar Creek Road, at various locations. Widen shoulders. Increase in construction capital and support is due to additional quantities and higher unit prices identified after more detailed site evaluations and design calculations. Reduction in R/W capital is due to the elimination of property acquisitions. Updated total cost: $10,950K
  • Scope Item 7: 01-Lak-20 Var 9.4 PPNO 3098 ProjID 0113000122. Route 20 Near Upper Lake, at Polk Jones Cattlepass Bridge No. 14-0034 (PM 9.41) and Morrison Creek Bridge No. 14-0004 (PM 16.81); also, on Route 29 at Manning Creek Bridge No. 14-0067 (PM R38.91). Replace and upgrade bridge rails and widen one bridge. The need to widen Morrison Creek Bridge to provide raised pedestrian sidewalks on both sides requires cultural analysis, resulting in a schedule delay. Transfer the scope and associated cost and performance of this bridge to project EA 0E081/PPNO 01-3130, which has a schedule that aligns with this delay. Adjusted total cost: $3,775K
  • Scope Item 9: 01-Lak-29 17.7/20.7 PPNO 3203 Proj 0115000004. Route 29 Near Lower Lake, at various locations from 0.1 mile south of C Street to 0.2 mile north of Bell Park Avenue. Widen for truck climbing lanes and shoulders. Note: Increased construction capital is due to significant cost and quantity increases to roadway excavation, asphalt, culverts, and mobilization. Temporary railing, erosion control items, and structural concrete were originally not accounted for. Reduce R/W capital due to reduction in environmental mitigation and permitting fees. Update post miles to refine the project limits. Correct the performance to correlate with original reporting during project initiation. Updated total cost: $12,331K.
  • Scope Item 11: 01-Lak-29 50.8 PPNO 3130 ProjID 0118000172. Route 29 Near Upper Lake, at Robinson Creek Bridge No. 14 -0030 (PM 50.82); also on Route 175 at Kelsey Creek Bridge No. 14-0044 (PM 19.48); also on Route 20 at Morrison Creek Bridge No. 14-0004 (PM 16.81). Widen bridge and upgrade bridge rails at Robinson Creek Bridge and Morrison Creek Bridge, and replace existing Kelsey Creek Bridge. Remove Morrison Creek Bridge from project EA 0E080/PPNO 01-3098 and add to this project. The need for cultural analysis delayed the Morrison Creek Bridge delivery schedule and it now better aligns with this project. Further cost increases are associated with additional piles, retaining wall, and required environmental mitigation. Updated total cost: $10,833K.
  • Scope Item 13: 01-Men-1 31.4 PPNO 4588 ProjID 0113000125. Route 1 Near Fort Bragg, at Elk Creek Bridge No. 10-0120. Replace and upgrade bridge rails. A change in scope from bridge rail replacement to complete bridge replacement is necessary due to newly identified scour issues. This change results in increased construction capital and performance, and project delay to allow for more design time. Updated total cost $13,416K, and completion is pushed to FY21-22.
  • Scope Item 15: 01-Men-1 42.4/43.3 PPNO 4491 ProjID 0100000155. Route 1 Near Albion, from 2.2 miles north of Route 128 Junction to 0.2 mile north of Salmon Creek Bridge No. 10-0134. Bridge replacement. Completion delayed to FY21-22. Additional studies found that past bridge paint sandblast work has caused elevated levels of zinc and lead in the groundwater and adjacent properties. In coordination with the Department of Toxic Substance Control, more time is needed to develop a toxic waste removal plan. This has caused a delay to the project.
  • Scope Item 16: 01-Men-20 33.3/34.4 PPNO 4587 ProjID 0113000123. Near Ukiah, from east of Route 101 to east of Road 144 at Russian River Bridge and Overhead No. 10-0182 and Redwood Valley Undercrossing No. 10-0183Rehabilitate bridge deck. Replace two bridges with a single bridge on a new alignment. Change scope to replace two bridges with one full length bridge on a new alignment. This requires new structures rather than deck replacement and performance is updated to show deck area of new bridge. Increase R/W support and capital for offsite mitigation and acquisition of three added parcels due to the new alignment and wider bridge. Increase construction support and capital due to scope changes and additional inspection required. Updated total cost: $45,210K
  • Scope Item 18: 02-Las-36 7.2/7.4 PPNO 3512 ProjID 0213000006. Near Westwood, at Goodrich Creek Bridge No. 07-0048. Replace bridge. Increase to R/W capital for higher mitigation costs due to additional wetland and riparian involvement that was not recognized prior to receiving the detailed wetland delineation. Updated total cost: $8,048K.
  • Scope Item 20: 02-Teh-36 87.8/88.8 87.8/89.1 PPNO 3641 ProjID 0216000052. Near Mineral, from 0.1 mile to 1.2 1.5 miles east of Route 89. Curve improvement. Increase R/W capital to fund a separate service contract for early tree removal. Increase construction capital to reflect the most recent trends in bid price item increases to traffic control, asphalt, drainage, and stormwater items. This project will combine with minor project EA 2H140 for construction, and the post mile refinement will allow limits for the projects to match. Updated total cost: $8,581K.
  • Scope Item 23: 03-But-99 14.9/15.7 PPNO 2425 ProjID 0314000101. On Route 99 Near Richvale, at Cottonwood Creek Bridge No. 12-0120, from 0.3 mile south to 0.5 mile north of Nelson Avenue. Replace and realign scour-critical bridge. Additional R/W capital is due to increased mitigation to purchase credits for Giant Garter Snake. During design, stage construction plans were revised requiring that the new alignment be built prior to removal of existing alignment. This resulted in increase of roadway excavation and asphalt quantities, and mobilization costs. Need for larger sized culverts and increase in unit price and quantities for structural items also resulted in higher construction capital. Updated total cost: $15,590K
  • Scope Item 28: 03-Nev-20 29.7/30.9 PPNO 3994 ProjID 0315000116. Route 20 Near Nevada City, from 0.1 mile east of White Cloud Campground to 0.9 mile west of Washington Road. Curve improvement, shoulder widening and improve clear recovery zone. Due to the presence of archaeological sites and prehistoric cultural resources, additional environmental studies and coordination with United States Forest Service are required, resulting in a delay of the project.. Completion pushed back to FY20-21.
  • Scope Item 29: 03-Nev-20 37.1/39.8 PPNO 4000. ProjID 0317000165. Route 20 Near Emigrant Gap, from 0.3 mile west of Excelsior Point Road to 1.3 mile west of Zeibright Road. Curve improvement and widen shoulders. Due to the presence of archaeological sites and prehistoric cultural resources, additional environmental studies and coordination with United States Forest Service are required, resulting in delaying the project. Completion pushed back to FY20-21
  • Scope Item 31: 03-Pla-80 46.3/R63.5 PPNO 5097 ProjID 0300020615. On I-80 In Placer County, at various locations. Replace bridges at four locations. It was discovered that at Crystal Springs Overcrossing, the north side abutment is situated on highly saturated, unstable slope. The foundation design necessitates the need for a cut-off wall and a series of horizontal drains, resulting in an increase for construction capital. Relocating fiber optic facilities at Cisco Overcrossing using boring and jacking method prior to construction will eliminate the risk of construction delays, but requires additional R/W capital. Updated total cost: $53,235K.
  • Scope Item 35: 03-Sie-49 Var PPNO 7809 ProjID 0318000176. Route 49 Near Downieville (~ SIE 16.823), at various locations. Permanent embankment restoration by reconstructing the existing lane adjacent to river as a side hill viaduct placing Rock Slope Protection (RSP). Project scope and description have changed to simplify project construction and traveler impacts. A side hill viaduct will now be constructed instead of placing 8-ton rock slope protection, which would have required the use of a large crane resulting in roadway closure and detour of 42 days. Due to the change in scope, the construction support has increased and R/W capital has decreased. Updated total cost: $15,625K.
  • Scope Item 40: 04-Ala-13 10.7/13.0 PPNO 0124N ProjID 0400020861. Route 13 In Berkeley, from Domingo Avenue to Mabel Street. Upgrade curb ramps and repair sidewalks to meet American with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Due to the difficult nature of utility relocation and project delivery timeframe needs, split 15 curb ramp locations from parent project EA 2G460/PPNO 04-0124M into new child EA 2G461/PPNO 04-0124N. Also, add seven locations from nearby EA 2G482/PPNO 04-0124L and EA 2G660/PPNO 04-0144A. Total Cost: $6,095K. Completion FY21-22.
  • Scope Item 41: 04-Ala-13 10.8/12.1 PPNO 0124M ProjID 0400020859. In Berkeley, from Claremont Avenue to west of Shattuck Avenue. Upgrade curb ramps and repair sidewalks to meet American with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Due to the difficult nature of utility relocation and project delivery timeframe needs, split 15 curb ramp locations into a child project EA 2G461/PPNO 04-0124N. Cost increases are to address relocation and replacement of signals, electroilers, cabinets, and pull boxes, reconstruction of drainage inlets, increase in unit prices and missed items when the cost estimate was last developed. Updated cost: $7,080K
  • Scope Item 57: 04-Son-1 15.1/15.8 PPNO 0748E ProjID 0400000129. Route 1 Near Camet, 0.1 mile north of Del Sol Road. Realign roadway. Delete project. The Coastal Development Permit (CDP) cannot be obtained prior to the time extension deadline of June 2019. The proposed conditions on the permit exceed the available project resources. Right of Way parcels also require additional acquisition time for condemnation. The project will be reprogrammed with updated cost and schedule in future years.
  • Scope Item 69: 05-SB-154 R2.6 PPNO 2391. ProjID 0512000139. Route 154 Near Los Olivos, at Alamo Pintado Pedestrian Bridge No. 51-0076Y. Replace bridge. Project delivery is delayed one year since the project scope was previously changed from remove bridge to replace bridge. Completion extended to FY21-22.
  • Scope Item 71: 05-SB-217 0.8/1.4 0.9/1.4 PPNO 2386. Route 217 Near Goleta, from 0.1 0.2 mile south to 0.4 mile north of San Jose Creek Bridge No. 51-0217. Replace bridge. Increase in construction capital is due to bridge design change from seven spans to two spans. This is necessary to reduce the impacts of columns within the creek. The new bridge requires a deeper structure depth, raising the roadway profile and requiring additional earthwork, landscaping, and working days. Increase in R/W capital is due to the larger footprint of the earthwork slopes requiring acquisitions and increase in mitigation costs. Updated cost: $42,318K
  • Scope Item 77: 06-Ker-184 L0.9/L1.1 PPNO 6791 ProjID 0616000124. Route 184 Near Lamont, from 0.1 mile south to 0.1 mile north of Sunset Boulevard. Construct roundabout at intersection of Route 184/Sunset Boulevard. Increase in construction capital is due to the addition of two retaining walls that will reduce R/W acquisitions needs at two basins, and thereby reduce environmental impacts. Updated cost: $9,150K.
  • Scope Item 78: 06-Tul-99 19.4 PPNO 6679. ProjID 0614000005. Route 99 In Tipton, at Avenue 152 Overcrossing (No. 46-0191) No. 46-0191. Replace bridge. Increase in construction capital is due to a change in the superstructure bridge design type and structure depth. The new strategy will allow for a greater vertical clearance of 16 feet, 10 inches rather than previously planned design of 15 feet, 7 inches clearance. Updated cost: $14,434K
  • Scope Item 98: 08-SBd-60 R7.3/R10.0 PPNO 3003N ProjID 0817000075. Route 60 In Ontario, from Haven Avenue to Milliken Avenue/Hamner Avenue. Construct auxiliary lane and widen connector and ramps. During the preparation of the Project Report, constuction capital costs increased, primarily due to increases in costs for pavements, sound walls, state furnished materials, and Time Related Overhead (TRO). Construction support dropped after a reevaluation of construction inspection needs. Sound wall locations have moved, and there is no need for construction easements, so R/W capital cost has gone down. Updated cost: $42,528K.
  • Scope Item 118: 12-Ora-1 9.3 9.4 PPNO 2293 ProjID 1213000086 Route 1 In Laguna Beach, at Route 133 (Broadway Street). Replace bridge. The post mile has been revised to better describe the location of work. Increase construction capital because geotechnical investigations revealed the existence of wet and sandy soil that will need to be excavated and backfilled with concrete slurry. Updated cost: $6,681K
  • CMGC Projects Item 1. 03-Sac-99 7.1/9.4 PPNO 6912 ProjID 0312000069. Route 99 In and near Elk Grove, from 0.3 mile south of Dillard Road Overcrossing to south of Grant Line Road (replace Consumnes River Bridge No. 24-0020L/R, and Consumnes River Overflow Bridge No. 24 -0021L/R; upgrade bridge rails at Dillard Road Overcrossing No. 24-0163; construct new McConnell Overhead No. 24-0048L. Bridge seismic retrofit, bridge scour retrofit, bridge rail replacement, and bridge replacement. Increase in construction capital is to build a wider McConnell Overhead bridge to accommodate both northbound and southbound directions with standard vertical and horizontal alignment. Coordination with Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) resulted in design change, which will allow UPRR to improve freight mobility in the future. Updated cost: $184,000K
  • CMGC Projects Item 2-6. 03-Sac-99 7.1/9.4 . Route 99 In and near Elk Grove, from 0.3 mile south of Dillard Road Overcrossing to south of Grant Line Road (replace Consumnes River Bridge No. 24 -0020L/R, and Consumnes River Overflow Bridge No. 24-0021L/R; upgrade bridge rails at Dillard Road Overcrossing No. 24-0163; construct new McConnell Overhead No. 24-0048L. Construct embankment for McConnell Overhead, and install associated drainage facilities and erosion control. Split the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC) parent project EA 0F280/PPNO 03-6912 into five children projects EA 0F281/PPNO 03-6912A, EA 0F282/PPNO 03-6912B, EA 0F283/PPNO 03-6912C, EA 0F284/PPNO 03-6912D, and EA 0F285/PPNO 03-6912E to be constructed as independent construction contract work packages. Cost: $11,367K.

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]

  • 01-Lak-20, PM 5.10/5.80. Lake 20 Shoulders Project. Widen shoulders on a portion of Route 20 in Lake County. (MND) (PPNO 4647) (SHOPP)
  • °04-Nap-29, PM 38.9/42.9. Bridge Preventative Maintenance and Scour Measures Project. Preform preventative maintenance on three existing bridges located on Route 29 in Napa County. (MND) (PPNO 1483E) (SHOPP)
  • °04-Sol-80, PM 34.48, 04-Sol-505, PM 0.21. Bridge Preventative Maintenance on I-505 at Horse Creek Bridge and on I-80 at McCune Creek Bridges. Preform preventative maintenance on three existing bridges on I-80 and I-505 in Solano County. (MND) (PPNO 0480N) (SHOPP)
  • °05-SB-101, PM 45.5. Gaviota Culvert Replacement Project. Replace existing culvert located on US 101 in Santa Barbara County. (MND) (PPNO 3330) (SHOPP)
  • 07-LA-1, PM 37.67/62.86; 07-Ven-1, PM 0.00/0.92. State Route 1 Drainage Restoration and Bridge Replacement at Solstice Canyon Creek (LA 50.36) Project. Construct roadway improvements and replace an existing bridge on a portion of Route 1 in Los Angeles County. (MND) (PPNO 4846) (SHOPP)
  • 08-Riv-15, PM 18.3/21.0. Interstate 15/Railroad Canyon Road Interchange Improvement Project. Construct Interchange improvements on I-15 at Railroad Canyon Road in Riverside County. (MND) (PPNO 3004U) (STIP, SB1, Federal and Local)
  • °08-Riv-95, PM 14.0/36.20 US-95 Rock Slope Protection and Culvert Replacement Project. Construct roadway and safety improvements on a portion of US 95 in Riverside County. (ND) (PPNO 3002U) (SHOPP)
  • 09-Mno-395, PM 30.7 & 36.5. Mono Winter Access Project Construct pull-outs on a portion of US 395 in Mono County. (ND) (EA 37300) (SHOPP)
  • 10-Tuo-49, PM 25.3. Tuttletown Pavement Widening Project. Construct curve correction on a portion of Route 49 in Tuolumne County. (ND) (EA 1G651) (Minor A)

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

  • 03-Gle-162, PM 76.3/78.6 Butte City Bridge Project. Replace existing bridge on Route 162 in GlennCounty. (MND) (PPNO 2633) (SHOPP) Resolution E-19-49
  • 03-Pla-49, PM 1.8/2.4. State Route 49 Auburn Safety Improvement(Roundabout) Project. Construct a roundabout on Route 49 at Borland Avenue/Lincoln Way in the city of Auburn in Placer County. (ND) (PPNO 4785) (SHOPP). Resolution E-19-50
  • 03-Sac-99, PM 7.1/9.4. Cosumnes River Bridge Replacement Project. Replace an existing bridge on Route 99 in Sacramento County. (ND) (PPNO 6912) (SHOPP) Resolution E-19-51
  • °04-Ala-680, PM M12.4/R21.9. Interstate 680 Roadway Rehabilitation Project. Construct roadway improvements on a portion of I-680 in Alameda County. (ND) (PPNO 0481P) (SHOPP) Resolution E-19-52
  • °06-Ker-5, PM 5.6/8.8. Grapevine Channel Repair Project. Perform maintenance on existing drainage channel on I-5 in Kern County. (MND) (PPNO 6749) (SHOPP) Resolution E-19-53 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(1).)
  • °06-Ker-5, PM 7.5/9.0. Grapevine Culvert Repair Project. Perform maintenance on existing culvert on I-5 in Kern County. (MND) (PPNO 6884) (SHOPP) Resolution E-19-54
  • 08-Riv-86, PM R19.2/R21.6. State Route 86/Avenue 50 New Interchange Project. Construct a new interchange on Route 86 at Avenue 50 in the city of Coachella in Riverside County. (MND) (EA 0C970) (Local, Federal). Resolution E-19-55
  • °08-SBd-38, PM 47.5/59.4. State Route 38 Reline or Replace Culverts Project. Replace or repair existing culverts on a portion of Route 38 in San Bernardino County. (ND) (PPNO 0205C) (SHOPP). Resolution E-19-56
  • °08-SBd-62, PM 124.0/142.0. State Route 62 Embankment Restoration Project. Restore storm eroded embankments on a portion of Route 62 in San Bernardino County. (ND) (PPNO 3005P) (SHOPP)
  • 12-Ora-57, PM 11.5/12.5. State Route 57 Northbound Improvement Project. Construct roadway improvements on a portion of Route 57 in Orange County. (MND) (EA 0M970) (Local)

♠ (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

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:

  • Item 2. $24,836,000 (Const, Const Engr). Shasta 02-Sha-5 56.6/58.1. I-5 Near Pollard Flat, from 0.8 mile south to 0.7 mile north of Sims Road Undercrossing No. 06-0111; also from 0.5 mile south to 0.2 mile north of Crag View Drive Undercrossing No. 06-0095 (PM 66.3/67.0); also in Siskiyou County at PM 0.0/0.4. Outcome/Output: Replace two bridges by constructing precast concrete bridges to address moisture driven concrete cracking and provide standard acceleration length from the onramps.
  • Item 6. $82,800,000 (Const, Const Engr). Yuba 03-Yub-70 15.5/16.5. Route 70 Near Marysville, from 0.1 mile north of Binney Junction Underpass to 0.3 mile north of Laurellen Road, at Simmerly Slough Bridge No. 16-0019. Outcome/Output: Replace existing bridge to address scour and seismic deficiencies.
  • Item 7. $4,373,000 (Const, Const Engr). Alameda 04-Ala-13 12.1/13.4. Route 13 In Berkeley, from Shattuck Avenue to 7th Street. Outcome/Output: Upgrade curb ramps and sidewalks to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards, install detectable warning surface, and restripe crosswalks.

♠ (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:

  • Item 1. 01-Hum-101 87.8/R91.5 Route 1 In and near Arcata, between West End Road and School Road at four locations. Construct shoulder rumble strip, upgrade guardrail, construct guardrail slope retaining wall, and place High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST). PPNO 7024 ProjID 0117000013 PS&E $582,000 R/W Sup $90,000
  • Item 2. 01-Hum-299 30.7/37.7 Route 299 Near Willow Creek, from 0.1 mile east of Cedar Creek Road to 1.1 miles west of Route 96. Widen shoulders, place High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST), install rumble strips, guardrail, and cable net drapery. PPNO 2426. ProjID 0116000011. PS&E $1,668,000 R/W Sup $45,000
  • Item 3. 01-Lak-20 5.1/5.8. Route 20 near Upper Lake, from 0.4 mile west to 0.3 mile east of Witter Springs Road. Curve improvement, shoulder widening, and add leftturn pocket and rumble strips. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-19-36; May 2019.) (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-009.) PPNO 4647. ProjID 0116000170. PS&E $1,877,000. R/W Sup $144,000.
  • Item 4. 01-Men-1 41.8/42.3. Route 1 Near Albion, from 1.5 miles north of Route 128 to 0.1 mile south of Navarro Ridge Road. Widen for standard shoulders and install rumble strips and guardrail. PPNO 4578. ProjID 0112000300. PS&E $385,000. R/W Sup $265,000.
  • Item 5. 01-Men-1 42.3/42.5. Route 1Near Albion, at Navarro Ridge Road. Improve drainage, repair erosion, widen shoulders, and repair roadway. PPNO 4616. ProjID 0115000048. PS&E $480,000. R/W Sup $80,000.
  • Item 6. 01-Men-20 20.0/20.3. Route 20 Near Willits, from James Creek Bridge to 0.3 mile east of James Creek Bridge. Improve curve and roadway cross slope, widen shoulders, and install rumble strips. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-009.) PPNO 4717. ProjID 0118000171. PA&ED $944,000.
  • Item 17. 06-Ker-43 25.2/25.4. Route 43 In Wasco, from Route 46 to south of Gromer Avenue. Improve safety by constructing a roundabout. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-009.) PPNO 6982. ProjID 0618000131. PA&ED $1,400,000.
  • Item 22. 09-Iny-168 16.0/17.7. Route 168 In and near Bishop, from west of Meadow Lane to east of Pioneer Lane. Construct a two-way left turn lane. PPNO 2617. ProjID 0914000030. PS&E $545,000. R/W Sup $8,000.

(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:

  • Item 2. $52,157,000. 01-Lake-29 28.5/31.6 ProjID 0114000043. Route 29 Near Kelseyville, from 0.6 mile north of Route 29/Route 281 Junction to north of Route 29/Route 175 Junction. Improve safety by realigning curves and upgrading shoulders throughout project limits. This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. Const. $44,128,000 Const Engr. $8,029,000
  • Item 9: $61,678,000 03-Yuba-20 R18.1/20.1 ProjID 0313000020. Route 20 Near Smartsville, from the Yuba River Bridge to 0.1 mile east of Smartville Road. Realign roadway, provide standard shoulders, extend existing eastbound truck climbing lane, and add left turn lanes. This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. Const. $54,678,000 Const. Engr. $7,000,000
  • Item 23: $18,239,000 07-Los Angeles-39 R31.2 ProjID 0718000018. Route 39 Near Azusa, at the North Fork San Gabriel River Bridge No. 53-2245. Replace bridge with a new single-span structure on an alignment to the south, install guardrail, and construct a Maintenance Vehicle Pullout (MVP). Const. $13,763,000 Const Engr. $4,476,000

♠ (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:

  • Item 4: $2,050,000 01-HUM-299 30.7/33.4 PPNO 2522 ProjID 0119000025. Route 299 Near Willow Creek, from 0.1 mile east of Cedar Creek Road to 0.2 mile east of East Fork Willow Creek Bridge. Widen shoulders and improve curves at three locations. PA&ED $2,050,000. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-010.)
  • Item 13: $1,500,000 03-PLA-49 2.2/2.4 PPNO 4785 ProjID 0316000077. Route 49 In Auburn, from 0.2 mile south of Lincoln Way/Borland Avenue to Lincoln Way/Borland Avenue. Realign roadway and construct roundabout. PS&E $1,150,000 R/W Support $350,000. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-19-50; June 2019.) (As part of this allocation request, the Department is requesting to extend the completion of the R/W Sup phase an additional 5 months beyond the 36 month deadline.)
  • Item 15: $853,000 03-SAC-50 R7.7/R9.5 PPNO 6197 Proj ID 0300001101 US 50 In and near Rancho Cordova, from Bradshaw Road to Mather Field Road. Operational improvements that construct auxiliary lanes in both westbound and eastbound directions. PS&E $750,000 R/W Support $103,000. (As part of this allocation request, the Department is requesting to extend the completion of the R/W Sup phase an additional 5 beyond the 36 month deadline.)
  • Item 16: $1,189,000 03-SIE-49 Var PPNO 7809 ProjID 0318000176 Route 49 Near Downieville, at various locations. Permanent embankment restoration by reconstructing the existing lane adjacent to river as a side hill viaduct. PS&E $1,099,000 R/W Support $90,000. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-010.)
  • Item 17: $11,111,000 03-YUB-70 16.2/25.8 PPNO 9058 ProjID 0314000153 Route 70 Near Marysville, from Laurellen Road to South Honcut Creek Bridge. Widen shoulders and improve clear recovery zone. PS&E $4,884,000 R/W Support $6,227,000 (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-010.)
  • Item 18: $10,000,000 04-MAR-37 R11.2/13.7 PPNO 9819 ProjID 0419000376 Route 37 In Novato, from Route 101 to 0.1 mile west of Atherton Avenue. Reconstruct the roadway to address sea level rise and recurrent flooding. (Long Lead Project) PA&ED $10,000,000 (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-19-69; June 2019.) (As part of this allocation request, the Department is requesting to extend the completion of the R/W Sup phase an additional 39 months beyond the 36 month deadline.) (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-010.) (Concurrent SB 1 Baseline Agreement approval under Resolution SHOPP-P-1819-13B.) (Concurrent R/W Cap allocation under Resolution FP-18-82.)
  • Item 33: $699,000 08-RIV-215 R36.6/R37.2 PPNO 3013W ProjID 0819000045. I-215 In the city of Riverside, from 0.2 mile north of Alessandro Boulevard to 0.2 mile south of Eucalyptus Avenue. Construct auxiliary lanes in the northbound and southbound directions between the onramps and offramps. PA&ED $699,000 (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-010.)
  • Item 34: $3,870,000 08-SBD-60 R7.3/R10.0 PPNO 3003N ProjID 0817000075. Route 60 In Ontario, from Haven Avenue to Milliken Avenue/Hamner Avenue. Construct auxiliary lane and widen connector and ramps. PS&E $3,850,000 R/W Support $20,000 (Concurrent SB 1 Baseline Agreement approval under Resolution SHOPP-P-1819-13B.) (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-010.)
  • Item 37: $1,209,000 11-SD-5 R47.0/R48.0 PPNO 1279 ProjID 1117000206. I-5 In Carlsbad, from Palomar Airport Road to Cannon Road. Construct auxiliary lane in southbound direction for operational efficiency. PS&E $1,209,000. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-14-11; March 2014.)
  • Item 41: $100,000 11-SD-75 8.9/10.0 PPNO 1264 ProjID 1117000113. Route 75 In the city of San Diego, from 0.2 mile south of Route 5 (PM 8.930) to Georgia Street (San Diego city limit, PM 9.956). Relinquish roadway to the city of San Diego. PA&ED $100,000. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-010.

(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:

  • Item 4: $6,900,000 03-GLE-162 76.3/78.6 PPNO 2633 ProjID 0312000052. Route 162 At Butte City, from Route 45 to 0.1 mile east of McDougall Street. Replace Sacramento River Bridge and Viaduct No. 11-0017 and reconstruct east side roadway to conform with new structure. PS&E $5,500,000 R/W Support $1,400,000. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-19-49; June 2019.) (As part of this allocation request, the Department is requesting to extend the completion of the R/W Sup phase an additional 17 months beyond the 36 month deadline.) (Concurrent SB 1 Baseline Agreement approval under Resolution SHOPP-P-1819-13B.) (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 18H-010.)

♠ (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:

  • Item 1. $600,000 04-SCL-85 R0.0/R5.2. Route 85 Silicon Valley Express Lanes Program – Phase 4 – Civil. Convert existing carpool lanes to express lanes on Route 85 from US 101 south (in San Jose) to Route 87, including the existing US 101/Route 85 HOV to HOV direct connector ramps and the approaches to and from US 101. R/W funding. PPNO 04-2015F. ProjID 0417000232.
  • Item 2. $10,589,000. 04-SCL-101 38.3/45. US 101 Silicon Valley Express Lanes Program – Phase 5 Civil. Convert existing HOV lanes to Express Lanes and add a second Express Lane in each direction on US 101 from near Route 237 in Sunnyvale to I-880 in San Jose. PPNO 04-2015H. PS&AE Funding. ProjID 0417000233.
  • Item 3. $25,000,000 08-SBD-210 R25.0/R33.1. Route 210 Widening. In San Bernardino County. Construct one mixed flow-lane in each direction from Highland Avenue to San Bernardino Avenue and also construct auxiliary lanes at various locations within the project limits. Construction funding. PPNO 08-0195N. ProjID 0812000164.

♠ (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]

  • Item 1. $8,600,000 04-SCL-85 0.0/5.2. Route 85 Silicon Valley Express Lanes Program – Phase 4 ETS. Develop and install Electronic Tolling System (ETS) on Route 85 from US 101 south (in San Jose) to Route 87, including the existing US 101/Route 85 HOV to HOV direct connector ramps and the approaches to/from US 101. PS&E funding. PPNO 04-2015G. ProjID 0417000232.

♠ (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

  • Emergency G-11 Allocations (2.5f.(1)): 78,630,000 for 22 projects.
  • SHOPP Safety Sub-Allocations (2.5f.(3)): $11,049,000 for six projects.
  • Minor G-05-16 Allocations (2.5f.(4)): $5,560,000 for six projects.

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

  • Item 1. $3,310,000 for 01-DN-101 14.8/15.1 PPNO 01-1127. ProjID 0118000075. US 101 Near Crescent City, from 1.0 mile to 1.3 miles north of Rudsill Road. Ongoing slide activity since March 7, 2016 has continued to cause damage within the Last Chance Grade slide complex. This project will stabilize the roadway from continuous and increased landslides. Work includes a minor adjustment to the roadway alignment to allow for both lanes to be opened to traffic, construct two retaining walls, replace a failed crossculvert and down drain, and install a subsurface dewatering system. This supplemental is necessary to address further damage created by significant storm events on February 25, 2019. These events resulted in the need to remove additional rockfall, trees, and debris, repair pavement and guardrail, construct rockfall mitigation system, and rock scaling. Const. $2,650,000 Const. Engr. $660,000.
  • Item 21. $32,650,000 for 08-Riv-243 0.0/28.0 PPNO 08-3013N. ProjID 0819000058. Route 243 Near Banning, from Route 74 to 0.3 mile south of Wesley Street; also on Route 74, from Willowbrook Road to 0.1 mile east of Devils Ladder Road (PM R47.0/70.0). On February 14, 2019 intense rainfall caused flooding, erosion, and undermining at various locations along Route 243 and Route 74. This project will excavate and backfill damaged roadway, remove debris, reconstruct slope embankment, and repair guardrail and damaged drainage systems. After the receding of flood water that then allowed assess to all damaged areas, supplemental funds became necessary to address expanded damaged locations. This supplemental is the same scope of work but is required to complete the project due to the increased magnitude of the damaged roadway. R/W Cap. $200,000. Const. $29,950,000 Const. Engr. $2,700,000

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:

  • $770,000 from TCIF Project 68.1 – Route 11/Route 905 Freeway to Freeway Connector Project in San Diego County. (PPNO 11-0999A)
  • $428,000 from TCIF Project 41 – Tustin Avenue/Rose Drive Overcrossing Project in OrangeCounty. (PPNO 12-TC41) (off the state highway system)

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.

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