🛣 Changes to the California Highways Web Site covering October-December 2020

And with that, 2020 comes to a close. What a year it has been. We started out thinking this was going to be a somewhat normal election year. What we ended up with was a dumpster fire: a year consumed by a pandemic, with far too many deaths, far too many trips curtailed, and an election that seems to never want to end. There are some things you don’t want to see in your rear view mirror, such as a CHP cruiser with red lights flashing. But there are somethings that are best in the rear view, receding away. 2020 is in that latter group.

But as we enter 2021, we can take some comfort in that we’ve been rebuilding the roadbed, and that rebuilt foundation should be strong. We need to watch out for the fringes of the road. If they continue to deteriorate, they can weaken the stability of the entire road. But if we take care to not let the fringes (on either side) overwhelm us, and if we follow both the written and unwritten rules of the road, we should be able to travel safe. May 2021 see us all arrive at our destinations safely, and see us back on the roads and byways of this great land.

On to the updates.

Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the papers (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the “Observations Along The Road” and to the California Highways Facebook group) as well as any backed up email changes. I also reviewed the the AAroads forum (Ꜳ). This resulted in changes on the following routes, with credit as indicated [my research(1), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail or ꜲRoads) from Michael Ballard(2), Nathaniel B(3), Mark Dierking/Metro.Net(4), Tom Fearer(5), Andy Field(6), Kurumi(7), John Lumea(8), Scott Parker(9), Joe Rouse(10), Chris Sampang(11), Joel Windmiller(12): Route 1(1), Route 3(5,9), Route 4(1), I-5(1,5,2), Route 11(1), Route 12(1), Route 20(1), Route 25(1), Route 29(1), Route 33(11,9), Route 36(5), Route 38(1), I-40(1), US 48(5), Route 49(1,5), US 50(1), Route 51(12), Route 52(1), Route 55(1), Route 57(1), Route 58(1), Route 60(1), Route 71(1), Route 74(1), Route 76(1), Route 78(1), I-80(1,3,8), Route 91(1,5), Route 92(1), Route 96(1), US 97(5), US 99(2,5,12), US 101(1), I-105(1), Route 108(1,5), Route 120(1,5), Route 125(1), Route 140(1), Route 156(1), Route 172(5), Route 180(5), Route 219(5), Route 221(1), Route 254(5),  Route 262(11), Route 263(5), Route 265(5), Route 271(5), I-280(7,9), US 395(1), I-405(1), I-580(1), I-605(1), I-680(1), I-710(1,4), Route 740(1), I-880(1), Route 905(1), County Sign Route A12(5), County Sign Route A28(5), County Sign Route G15(5), County Sign Route S21(1).

Added a link for the newly created Historic Highway 99 Association of California to all the appropriate places. Added a page on the US Bicycle Route System, as County Sign Route S21 was about to be designated as part of USBRS Route 95. Added a link to the 1935 State Highway Map(5). Update the page on exit numbering(6,10).

Reviewed the Pending Legislation page, based on the new California Legislature site. As usual, I recommend to every Californian that they visit the legislative website regularly and see what their legis-critters are doing. As many people are unfamiliar 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. A new legislative session started after the November elections; all of the 2019-2020 bills are dead. For the 2021-2022 legislative session, this is extremely early in the session and there were very few bills to review, and even fewer related to transportation.

I checked California Transportation Commission page for the results of the California Transportation Commission meetings from October through December 2020. As always, note that I tend not to track items that do not impact these pages — i.e., pavement rehabilitation or replacement, landscaping, drainage, culverts, roadside facilities, charging stations, or other things that do not impact the routing or history, unless they are really significant. As such, the following items were of interest:

[ Note: ° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages; ♠ is an indicator used to keep track of what has been added to the pages; ❧  indicates the results from the meeting, if the meeting minutes were available. ]

2.1a. STIP/SHOPP Program/Project Amendments

♠ (Oct) (1) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: ❧ Approved
Request to: (SHOPP Amendment 20H-003) (Related Items under Ref. 2.5b.(1), 2.5b.(2) and 2.5d.(5))

  • Add 32 new projects into the 2020 SHOPP. (2.1a.(1a), 2.1a.(1b) & 2.1a.(1c))
  • Revise 40 projects currently programmed in the 2020  SHOPP.  (2.1a.(1d), 2.1a.(1e) & 2.1a.(1g))

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages (general, these are significant new structures or changes, as opposed to repair or rehabilitation in place; additions of bike paths, pedestrian, or complete street elements; or non-visible changes):

  • (1a) #18. Add to SHOPP Capital Projects: 04-Son-1 PM 0.0/58.6 PPNO 0820H ProjID 0413000178 EA 4G780. On Route 1 in Sonoma County, from Marin County line to Mendocino County line (PM 0.0/58.583). Install centerline rumble strips, widen shoulders and install wet night visibility striping. PA&ED $2,155K. PS&E: $1,893K. R/W Sup: $180K. Con Sup: $3,817K. R/W Cap: $314K. Const Cap: $13,518K. Total: $21,877K.Begin Const: 11/1/2024.
  • (1a) #21. Add to SHOPP Capital Projects: 10-Cal-26 PM 18.1 PPNO 3494 ProjID 1019000164 EA 1K820. Route 26 near Mokelumne Hill, at the intersection with Route 49. Intersection improvements. PA&ED: $1,610K; PS&E: $1,759K; R/W Sup: $668K; Con Sup: $1,602K; R/W Cap: $6,258K; Const Cap: $7,055; Total: $18,952K. Begin Const: 3/14/2025.
  • (1a) #25. Add to SHOPP Capital Projects: 12-Ora-22 PM R11.6/R12.5. PPNO 2977 ProjID 1219000104. EA 0S190. Route 22 in the cities of Orange and Santa Ana, from east of Parker Street to east of Cambridge Street. Restripe lanes to provide for safer merging, widen to extend auxiliary lane, add and upgrade signs, and add safety lighting. PA&ED: $1,417K; PS&E: $1,814K; R/W Sup: $0K; Con Sup: $1,933K; R/W Cap: $0; Const Cap: $7,205; Total: $12,369K. Begin Const: 10/7/2024.
  • (1a) #30. Add to SHOPP Capital Project: 03-Nev-80 PM 13.1/16.5. PPNO 4318 ProjID 0321000035 EA 1H181. I-80 in Truckee, from west of Donner Park Overcrossing to Route 80/Route 89/Route 267 Separation (PM 13.05/16.5). Construct auxiliary lanes and an acceleration lane. PA&ED: $350K; PS&E: $350K; R/W Sup: $100K; Con Sup: $500K; R/W Cap: $17K; Const Cap: $3,700K; Total: $5,017K. Begin Const: 11/20/2021.

♠ (Dec) (1) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: Request to: (Related Items under Ref., 2.3a.(1), 2.3a.(2), 2.3c.(2), 2.5b.(1), and 2.5b.(4))

  • Add 30 new projects into the 2020 SHOPP.  (2.1a.(1a))
  • Revise 20 projects currently programmed in the 2020 SHOPP.  (2.1a.(1d)) SHOPP Amendment 20H-004

Of these, the following projects/allocation were at the level of interest for the highway pages (general, these are significant new structures or changes, as opposed to repair or rehabilitation in place; additions of bike paths, pedestrian, or complete street elements; or non-visible changes):

  • (1a) #26 (Collision Reduction). 02-Las-44 6.PM 5/7.1 PPNO 02-3796. ProjID 0220000106. EA 1J570. On Route 44 Near Old Station, from 6.5 miles east to 7.1 miles east of Shasta County line.  Curve improvement. Programmed allocations: $660K PA&ED; $650K PS&E; $90K R/W Sup; $660 Const Sup; $70K R/W Cap; $2,950K Const Cap. Total: $5,080K Begin Const 8/2/2023
  • (1d) #1: 01-Lak-175 PM 0.2/0.4 PPNO 01-3118 ProjID 0117000226 EA 0H460. Route 175 Near Hopland, from 0.2 mile east to 0.4 mile east of Mendocino County line. Curve realignment and shoulder widening. Changes: R/W Cap $7K $136K; and Const Cap $2,879K $2,750K. The total remains the same. Explanation: To minimize the risk of delays to this safety project, the removal of trees and shrubs will be done during non-bird- nesting period prior to construction under a separate contract, thus increasing R/W capital and decreasing construction capital.
  • (1d) #9: 06-Fre-145 PM 0.0/33.6 PPNO 06-6975 ProjID 0619000020 EA 0Y420. Route 145 Near Kerman, from Route 5 to Church Avenue. Construct centerline and shoulder rumble strips. Changes: R/W Cap $20K $74K; Total $5,780K $5,834K. Explanation:  Increase in R/W capital is due to additional work for positive location of underground utilities.
  • (1d) #10: 06-Ker-58 PM 39.9/46.0. PPNO 06-6756 ProjID 0615000212 EA 0U110. Route 58 In and near Bakersfield, from Route 43 to 0.1 mile west of Allen Road.  Pavement rehabilitation. Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to Kern County for pavement rehabilitation to relinquish by relocating a portion of the route. The change zeroes the previous programming for PS&E ($1,200K) R/W Sup ($250K) and Con Sup ($1,900K). It increases Const Cap ($7,000K $10,650K). This increases the total for the project by $300K. (Concurrent CONST allocation under Resolution FP-20-41; December 2020.)  (Concurrent relinquishment agreements under Resolutions R-4056 and R-4057; December 2020.) Note: Accelerate project to accommodate relinquishment. This portion of the route is being relocated to a new alignment previously constructed by local agencies.  This project is a Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to allow Kern County to bring pavement to good repair after relinquishment.
  • (1d) #13: 07-LA-164 PM 1.4/6.9 4.0/6.9 PPNO 07-4982 ProjID 0716000042 EA 32080. Route 164 In the cities of Whittier, South El Monte, El Monte, and Rosemead, and Temple City, from Gallatin Road Rush Street to Rudell Underpass. Upgrade curb ramps, sidewalks and pathways to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Programmed funding changes (in thousands): Con Sup  $2,714  $2,000; R/W Cap  $952 $720;  Const Cap  $5,803  $5,626; Total $14,569 $13,446. Explanation: Change to postmile limits due to a partial relinquishment of Route 164.  Update of performance measure because some curb ramps were removed from the relinquished segment, and some remaining curb ramps were changed from one corner curb ramp to two directional ramps.  Construction support, R/W capital, and construction capital were updated to reflect the revised project limits and updated survey mapping.
  • (1d) #17: 08-SBd-40 PM 101.3 PPNO 08-3008K ProjID 0816000079 EA 1G830. I-40 Near Needles, at the Halfway Hills Wash Bridge No.54-0799L/R. Retrofit bridge footings, Replace bridges, replace and expand Rock Slope Protection (RSP) limits. Programmed allocation changes (in thousands): Con Sup $2,538 $4,776; Const Cap $9,652 $15,880; Total $15,571 $24,037. Note: The scope of this project is changing from scour mitigation to bridge replacement because the scour specialist determined that the previous strategy of micro piles should not be used in soils susceptible to liquefaction and bridge replacement would be a preferred strategy.  Increase construction support because more working days will be required and increase construction capital because of the additional costs involved in bridge replacement.

Although they did not rise to the level of interest for the pages, a large number of items were related to damage from the summer and fall fires. Here are some examples:

  • From a $9 mil. amendment to repair US 199 (01-DN-199 27.5/36.4): On September 7, 2020, the Slater Fire began and this rapidly spreading wildfire forced the closure of Route 199 in Del Norte County. The fire caused damage to drainage systems, signs, fencing, and pavement spot locations.  In addition, many acres of burn scar have been identified as probable erosion risk during storms if left untreated. This project will repair or replace drainage systems, communications systems, signs, and fencing, repair pavement, remove hazardous trees, and install erosion control measures in the fire damaged areas.
  • From a $3.5 mil. amendment to repair Route 139 (02-Las-139 54.0/58.5): The Gold Fire began on July 20, 2020.  The fire-damaged areas are littered with burned vegetation debris and have been striped of natural soil stabilization. The water and debris flows during winter storms are anticipated to be significant.  This project will replace culverts to increase hydraulic capacity, repair drainage channels, install sediment control devices, and remove hazardous trees that could interfere with the traveled way.
  • From a $20.7 mil. amendment to repair Route 36 (02-Tri-36 0.0/R29.0): The August Complex Fire began on August 17, 2020. This is the largest wildfire in California’s history and has burned over one million acres as of October 7, 2020. The fire-damaged areas are littered with burned vegetation debris and have been striped of natural soil stabilization.  The water and debris flows during winter storms are anticipated to increase significantly.  This project will replace culverts to increase hydraulic capacity, repair drainage channels, install sediment control devices, repair guardrail, signs, and earth retaining structures, and remove hazardous trees that could interfere with the travel way.
  • From a $9.6 mil. amendment to repair Route 162 (03-But-162 25.0/31.07): On August 18, 2020, North Complex Fire started and has burned over 314,000 acres and destroyed over 2,342 structures.  Governor Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency on August 16, 2020 and a Presidential Declaration (DR-4558-CA) was issued on August 22, 2020. The fire has damaged culverts, guardrail, markers, signs, fencing, and pavement.  In addition, many acres of burn scar have been identified as probable erosion risk during storms if left untreated.  This project will replace guardrail, markers, signs, and fencing, repair pavement and retaining wall, replace or clean culverts, and install erosion control measures, catchment basins, and debris racks in the fire damaged areas.
  • From a $4.2 mil. amendment to repair Route 16 (03-Col-16 Var): On August 17, 2020, the LNU Lighting Complex Fire started and has burned over 350,000 acres of land and destroyed over 1,490 structures. Governor Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency on August 16, 2020 and a Presidential Declaration (DR-4558-CA) was issued on August 22, 2020. Many culverts and miles of fencing were damaged as a direct result of the fire. In addition, many acres of burn scar have been identified as probable erosion risk during storms if left untreated. This project will replace or clean culverts, install erosion control measures, replace fencing, and clear ditches in the fire damaged areas.
  • From $6 mil. and a $2.7 mil. amendments to repair Route 130 (04-SCl-130 11.2/22.5 15.0/21.5): Beginning on August 14, 2020, an extreme heat event struck California which led to a Governor’s State of Emergency proclamation on August 16, 2020.  During this weather event, widespread lightning strikes sparked wildfires including the SCU Lightning Complex Fire in Santa Clara County. This event has burned over 391,000 acres and damaged transportation facilities. In addition, many acres of burn scar have been identified as probable erosion risk during storms if left untreated. This project will repair damaged culverts and pavement, replace signs and delineators, and install erosion control in fire damaged areas.
  • From a $4.2 mil. amendment to repair Route 168 (06-Fre-168 R33.0/65.9): On September 4, 2020 the Creek fire started in the Mammoth Pool area, damaging assets along Route 168.  This project will repair fire damaged pavement and pavement delineation, replace damaged drainage systems, guardrail, and signs, and remove hazardous and downed trees.
  • From a $5.4 mil. amendment to repair Route 38 (08-SBd-38 R11.3/26.5): On September 6, 2020, the El Dorado Fire started near Yucapa, which destroyed several hundred feet of guardrail, damaged multiple roadway signs, and burned vegetation on the embankment of Route 38. This project will stabilize slopes, remove debris and burned trees, clear drainage systems, replace debris racks, signs, and guardrail, and perform rock scaling.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a fire season like this. The impact on the highways of California has been significant.

♠  (Dec) (2) STIP Amendment for Action: The Department proposes to amend the US 395 – Olancha-Cartago 4-lane expressway (PPNO 0170) project in Inyo County, to split a portion of scope to construct the Olancha and Cartago Expressway Desert Tortoise Exclusion fence. (PPNO 0170B) STIP Amendment 20S-03 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5c.(5))

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

♠  (Oct) (1) STIP Amendment for Notice: The Department proposes to amend the US 395 – Olancha-Cartago 4-lane expressway (PPNO 0170) in Inyo County, to separate out the Desert Tortoise mitigation identified as the Olancha and Cartago Expressway Desert Tortoise Exclusion Fence Project (PPNO 0170B) (STIP Amendment 20S-03) ❧ Information Only

♠  (Dec) /28 (1) STIP Amendment for Notice: The Department proposes to amend the Route 138 Widen Conventional Highway (Segment 4) project to delay construction by one year from Fiscal Year 2021-22 to 2022-23 and to amend the project limits, in Los Angeles County. (PPNO 4353). STIP Amendment 20S-04.

2.1c. TCIF Baseline Amendments

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

2.1s. TCEP Baseline Amendments

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

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

♠  (Oct) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: Projects indicated with ° were not at the level of interest for the highway pages:  ❧ Approved

  • 01-Hum-36, PM 0.1/1.65. Alton Shoulder Widening Project. Widen Shoulders on Route 36 in Humboldt County. (MND) (PPNO 2379) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-85 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 01-Hum-36, PM 10.5/10.8 Carlotta Curve Improvement Project. Improve curves and widen shoulders on Route 36 in Humboldt County. (MND) (PPNO 2415) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-86 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 03-Pla-80, PM 2.6/3.1. Atlantic/Eureka Interstate-80 Westbound On-ramp Widening Project. Expand the Atlantic/Eureka Westbound on-ramp and replace the Miner’s Ravine Bridge on I-80 in Placer County.  (MND) (PPNO 5113) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-87 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(1))
  • ° 04-Mrn-01, PM 22.8/33.0, 45.0/50.5 Marin State Route 1 Capital Preventive Maintenance Project. Extend the life of the existing pavement and make other improvements on State Route 1 in Marin County. (MND) (PPNO 1480A) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-88 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 05-SB-217, PM 0.9/1.4. State Route 217 San Jose Creek Bridge Replacement Project. Replace the existing San Jose Creek Bridge on State Route 217 in Santa Barbara County. (MND) (PPNO 2386) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-102 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 06-Ker-58, PM 6.0/15.4. Reward Capital Maintenance Project. Rehabilitate pavement on State Route 58 in Kern County. (MND) (PPNO 6957) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-89 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 06-Mad-99, PM R7.0/R7.5. Cottonwood Creek Bridge Replacement. Replace three bridges on Route 99 over Cottonwood Creek in Madera County. (MND) (PPNO 6857) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-90 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 07-LA-405, PM 0.02/0.03 11-Ora-405, PM 24.1. Interstate 405 at San Gabriel River Bridge Scour Mitigation Project. Retrofit and reinforce three bridges on I-405 in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. (ND) (PPNO 4984) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-91 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 08-Riv-10, PM R134.00/R156.50 Interstate 10 Blythe Pavement Rehabilitation. Rehabilitate pavement and make safety improvements to I-10 in Riverside County. (MND) (PPNO 3009K) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-92 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 08-SBd-138, PM 0.0/2.3 07-LA-138, PM 74.9. Construct Median and Standard Shoulders. Install median, shoulder rumble strips, and make other improvements on Route 138 in Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties.  (MND) (PPNO 3010F) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-93 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 08-SBd-18, PM 44.3/68.0 State Route 18 Culvert Replacements. Replace deteriorating drainage systems on I-215 in San Bernardino County. (MND) (PPNO 0181J) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-103
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 10-SJ-12, PM R4.4. Potato Slough Bridge Bearing Pads. Replace failed elastomeric bearing pads and joint seal assemblies on Potato Slough Bridge on Route 12 in San Joaquin County. (MND) (PPNO 3273) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-95 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 10-Ama-49, PM Various 10-Ama-88, PM Various Amador Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Improvements. Upgrade curb ramps and other accessibility features at ten locations on Route 49 and Route 88 in Amador County. (ND) (EA 1F830) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-96
  • ° 10-Alp-88, PM Various,  10-Cal-26, PM Various. Maintenance Stations Improvement. Construct a canopy structures to provide coverage during adverse weather conditions for fuel tanks at several maintenance stations on State Route 88 and Route 26 in Alpine and Calaveras Counties.  (ND) (EA 1J010) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-97
  • ° 10-Cal-49, PM 30.9, 10-Ama-49, PM 0.0. Mokelumne River Bridge Upgrade. Replace non-standard bridge rails and widen shoulders for pedestrians on the Mokelumne River Bridge in Calaveras and Amador Counties. (ND) (PPNO 3219) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-98 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2)
  • 10-SJ-120, PM 1.9/3.0. State Route120/McKinley Avenue Interchange Project. Construct a new interchange, freeway auxiliary lanes and connecting roadways on State Route 120 in San Joaquin County. (MND) (EA 0H890) (STIP) Resolution E-20-99

♠  (Oct) (2) Approval of Project for Route Adoption: 05-SLO-46, 54.0/57.8 State Route 46 Corridor Improvement Project. Construct a four-lane, access controlled, divided Expressway in San Luis Obispo County. (FEIR) (PPNO 0226K) (STIP) Resolution E-20-100 (Related Item under Ref. 2.3a.(2)) ❧ Approved

♠  (Oct) (3) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding:  05-SB-101, PM 1.4/12.3 South Coast 101 HOV Lanes Project Add HOV Lanes to a portion of US 101 in Santa Barbara County.  (FREIR) (PPNO 7101) (STIP) (SHOPP) (LPP) (TCEP) (SCCP) Resolution E-20-101 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5s.(4)) ❧ Approved

♠  (Oct) (4) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 08-SBd-215, PM 11.35/11.95 I-215/University Parkway Interchange Improvement Project. Replace the existing University Parkway tight diamond interchange configuration on I-215 in San Bernardino County. (ND) (EA 0E420) (Local funds) Resolution E-20-94. ❧ Approved

♠  (Oct) (5) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding and Route Adoption: 06-Mad-41, PM 1.15/7.6 Madera 41 South Expressway. Construct a divided four-lane expressway on Route 41 in Madera County.  (FEIR) (PPNO 0R040) Resolution E-20-104 (Related Item under Ref. 2.3a.(1)) ❧ Approved

♠  (Oct) (10) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 05 – San Luis Obispo County. Avila Beach Drive at US 101 Interchange Improvements Project. Construct roundabouts, ramps and multimodal access improvement. (MND) (PPNO 2830) (SCCP) Resolution E-20-109 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5c.(2)) ❧ Approved

♠  (Dec) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: Projects indicated with ° were not at the level of interest for the highway pages:

  • 01-Lak-20, PM 2.0/2.8. Blue Lake Safety Project. Correct curves on Route 20 in Lake County. (ND) (PPNO 3123) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-110. (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 01-Men-01, PM 62.12. Pudding Creek Bridge Widening and Bridge Rail Upgrade Project. Widen bridge and upgrade rail on Route 1 in Mendocino County. (ND) (PPNO 4507) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-111 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 01-Men-20, PM 19.10/19.60 James Creek West Safety Project.  Improve a curve, replace guardrail, and widen shoulders on Route 20 in Mendocino County. (ND) (PPNO 4691) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-112 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 04-Nap-29, PM 16.48/19.04. Route 29 Bridge Rail Replacement Project. Upgrade bridge rails on three bridges on Route 29 in Napa County. (ND) (PPNO 1494E) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-114
  • ° 04-SM-01, PM 14.0 Pescadero Creek Bridge Rails. Remove and replace concrete barriers, approach slabs, joint seals, tops of the wingwalls, and rusted railings on Pescadero Creek Bridge on Route 1 in San Mateo County. (ND) (PNNO 1494G) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-115. (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 04-Son-01, PM 41.2/54.6 Sonoma 1 Culvert Rehabilitation Project – North. Replace 27 culverts on Route 1 in Sonoma County. (ND) (PPNO 1462M) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-116 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 05-SB-101, PM 21.3/21.9. US 101 San Jose Creek Bridge Replacement. Replace San Jose Creek Bridges on US 101 in Santa Barbara County. (MND) (PPNO 2649) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-117 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 05-SBt-25, PM 18.8/19.2. Route 25 Curve Alignment Restoration Project. Construct two 12-foot lanes with 4-foot outside shoulders and flatten cut slopes to restore curve alignment on Route 25 in San Benito County. (MND) (PPNO 2697) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-118 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 06-Ker-184, PM 8.5/11.6 Morning Drive 3R Rehabilitation. Rehabilitate deteriorated pavement and sidewalks on Route 184 in Kern County. (ND) (PPNO 6798) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-119 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 06-Kin-41, PM 30.6/33.0. Stratford Kings River Bridge Replacement. Replace the Kings River Bridge on Route 41 in Kings County. (MND) (PPNO 6873) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-120 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 08-Riv-10, PM R60.7/R74.3. I-10 Pavement Rehabilitation Project. Rehabilitate existing pavement, ramps, and guardrail, install an eastbound truck climbing lane, install electric vehicle charging stations, and update ADA facilities on I-10 in Riverside County.  (MND) (PPNO 3008A) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-121
  • ° 08-Riv-10, PM R92.9/R101.1. I-10 Replace Rock Slope Protection. Replace the rock slope protection (RSP) at twenty-four bridges along an 8-mile distance of I-10 in Riverside County. (MND) (PPNO 3008N) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-131 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • ° 10-Ama-88, PM 54.0 Peddler Hill Soil Remediation. Construct a temporary generator building, demolish the existing generator building, and remediate soil at the Peddler Hill Maintenance Station on Route 88 in Amador County. (ND) (EA 1L650) (SHOPP Minor A) Resolution E-20-122
  • ° 10-Cal-26, PM 38.31, 30.00. Upgrade Bridge Rails of Two Bridges in Calaveras County. Replace bridge rails on the North Fork Mokelumne River Bridge and the South Fork Mokelumne River Bridge on Route 26 in Calaveras County, and seismically retrofit the South Fork Mokelumne River Bridge. (MND) (PPNO 3247) (SHOPP) Resolution E-20-123 (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2)

♠  (Dec) (5) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: 03-Yub-70, PM 16.2/25.8. Yuba 70 Continuous Passing Lanes Project. Construct a 12-foot lane with an 8-foot shoulder in each direction on Route 70 in Yuba County.  (FEIR) (PPNO 9824) (STIP) Resolution E-20-127

♠  (Dec) (7) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: 10-Sta-108, PM 27.5/44.5 • 10-Sta-219, PM 3.7/4.8 • 10-Sta-120, PM 6.9/11.6. North County Corridor. New Route 108 Project and Route Adoption. Construct a new freeway east of the City of Oakdale in Stanislaus County, adjusting Route 108, Route 120, and Route 219. (FEIR) (PPNO 0228) (STIP) Resolution E-20-129

2.3a. Route Adoptions

♠  (Oct) (1) One Route Adoption as a freeway:  06-Mad-41-PM 3.5/7.6 On State Route 41 from 0.3 mile north of Avenue 12 to 1.4 mile north of Avenue 15, in the county of Madera. Resolution HRA 20-01 (Related Item under Ref. 2.2c.(5)) ❧ Approved

♠  (Oct) (2) One Route Adoption as a freeway: 05-SLO-46-PM 54.0/56.5 On State Route 46 from 0.7 mile west of Cholame Creek Bridge to 1.8 miles west of Antelope Road, in the county of San Luis Obispo. Resolution HRA 20-02. (Related Items under Ref. 2.2c.(2) and 2.3a.(3)) ❧ Approved

♠  (Oct) (3) One Route Adoption as a controlled access highway: 05-SLO-41-PM 44.5/45.3 On State Route 41 from the State Route 41/Route 46 Separation to 0.8 miles north of the State Route 41/Route 46 Separation, in the county of San Luis Obispo Resolution HRA 20-03 (Related Item under Ref. 2.3a.(2)) ❧ Approved

♠  (Dec) (1) One Route Adoption as a State Highway 06-Ker-58 PM R34.4T/R48.8. Route 58 existing alignment from I-5 to Route 99 through the county of Kern and the city of Bakersfield to a new alignment along Stockdale Highway and Westside Parkway from I-5 to Coffee Road through the county of Kern and the city of Bakersfield. Resolution HRA 20-04. (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.3a.(2), 2.3c.(2) and 2.5b.(4)) ❧ Note: This is the adoption of the Western Segment – Stockdale Highway as Route 58

♠  (Dec) (2) One Route Adoption as a Freeway 06-Ker-58 PM R43.6/R48.8. Route 58 from Heath Road to Coffee Road, in the city of Bakersfield. Resolution HRA 20-05. (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.3a.(1), 2.3c.(2) and 2.5b.(4)) ❧ Note: This is the adoption of the Westside Parkway as Route 58

2.3b. New Public Road Connection

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

2.3c. Relinquishments

♠  (Oct) Five Relinquishment Resolutions:  ❧ Approved

  1. 04-Ala-238-R14.8/15.0 Right of way along Route 238 on 172nd Avenue (San Pedro Avenue), Rogerio Street (Rogerio Avenue) and 173rd Avenue (San Remo Avenue), and Esteban Street (Esteban Avenue), in the county of Alameda. Resolution R-4050
  2. 05-SLO-101-PM 25.90/25.91 Right of way along US 101 on Los Osos Valley Road, in the city of San Luis Obispo. Resolution R-4051
  3. 06-Tul-65-PM 15.6/17.1 Right of way along Route 65 on Avenue 124, West Teapot Dome Road (Avenue 128), and West Scranton Avenue (Avenue 136), in the county of Tulare. Resolution R-4052
  4. 06-Tul-65-PM 16.1/17.1 Right of way along Route 65 on West Teapot Dome Road (Avenue 128) and West Scranton Avenue (Avenue 136), in the city of Porterville. Resolution R-4053
  5. 11-Imp-111-PM 0.1/0.2 Right of way along Route 111 south of Second Street, in the city of Calexico Resolution R-4054

♠  (Dec) (1) Four Relinquishment Resolutions:

  1. 03-Pla-28-PM 9.2/10.3 Right of way along Route 28 (North Lake Boulevard) between Route 267 (North Shore Boulevard) and Chipmunk Street, in the county of Placer. Resolution R-4055
  2. 06-Fre-99-PM 23.7/26.2 Right of way along Route 99 between West Weldon Avenue and Swift Avenue, in the city of Fresno. Resolution R-4059
  3. 06-Ker-155-PM R1.46 Right of way along Route 155 on Browning Road, in the county of Kern. Resolution R-4060
  4. 11-SD-125-PM 6.9/9.0 Right of way along Route 125 on San Miguel Road, Summit Meadow Road, Quarry Road, Sweetwater Road, and Worthington Street in the county of San Diego. Resolution R-4061

♠  (Dec) (2) Three Relinquishment Resolutions: (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.3a.(1), and 2.3a.(2) and 2.5b.(4))

  1. 06-Ker-58-PM 45.5/46.0 Right of way along Route 58 from Jenkins Road to Van Buren Place, in the city of Bakersfield. Resolution R-4056
  2. 06-Ker-58-PM 40.1/45.7 Right of way along Route 58 from 0.1 miles east of Route 43 (Enos Lane) to 0.2 miles east of Jenkins Road, in the county of Kern. Resolution R-4057
  3. 06-Ker-58-PM 31.8/39.9 Right of way along Route 58 from Tracy Avenue to 0.1 miles west of Route 43 (Enos Lane), in the county of Kern. Resolution R-4058

2.3d. Vacations

♠  (Dec) One Vacation Resolution 10-Mer-165-PM 29.8/30.3 Right of way along State Route 165 on Westside Blvd in the county of Merced. Resolution A914

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

♠  (Oct) (1) Request $487,303,000 $484,940,000 for 28 27 SHOPP projects in construction phases.  The following allocations were of interest to the highway pages:  (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.2c.(1), 2.5s.(4) and 2.5s.(6)) ❧ Approved as amended

  • #1 $16,189,000 for Trinity 02-Tri-3 PM 58.7/60.7 PPNO 02-3485 ProjID 0212000073 EA 4F220. Route 3 near Trinity Center, from 1.3 miles south to 0.7 mile north of Swift Creek Bridge No. 05-0059. Outcome/Output: Replace deteriorating bridge with precast concrete girder bridge on a raised profile with 12 foot wide lanes and standard shoulders, upgrade bridge rail, and improve horizontal alignment. Con Eng: $2,090,000; Const $11,490,000. (CEQA – MND, 12/11/2018; Re-validation 6/26/2020) (NEPA – CE, 12/11/2018; Re-validation 6/26/2020) (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-19-02; January 2019.)
  • #3 $10,868,000 for Placer 03-Pla-80 PM 2.6/3.1 PPNO 03-5113 ProjID 0315000174 EA 0H460. I-80 in Roseville, at the Atlantic Street/Eureka Road westbound onramp. Outcome/Output: Widen the ramp to accommodate two general purpose lanes and one High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) bypass lane, and install ramp meters. This project will improve traffic mobility during peak hours. Con Eng $900,000; Const $8,500,000. (CEQA – MND, 9/16/2019; Re-validation 6/18/2020) (NEPA – CE, 9/23/2019; Re-validation 6/18/2020) (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E -20-87; October 2020.)
  • #4 $9,020,000 for Sacramento 03-Sac-50 PM R7.7/R9.5. PPNO 03-6197 ProjID 0300001101 EA 1F150. US 50 In Rancho Cordova, from Bradshaw Road to Mather Field Road. Outcome/Output: Construct auxiliary lanes in both westbound and eastbound directions to improve highway operations and mobility. Con Eng $1,080,000; Const $7,800,000. (CEQA – CE, 9/30/2019; Re-validation 8/13/2020) (NEPA – CE, 9/30/2019; Re-validation 8/13/2020)
  • #8 $15,652,000 for Contra Costa 04-CC-580 PM 0.9/1.5. PPNO 04-1482Q ProjID $10,800,000 EA 2J720. I-580 in Richmond, at Stege Drain Bridge No. 28-0091. Outcome/Output: Replace deteriorating bridge with a single span precast structure, reconstruct shoulders and existing concrete barrier, and replace bridge approach slabs. Con Eng $2,367,000; Const $10,800,000. (CEQA – CE, 10/8/2018; Re-validation 6/19/2020) (NEPA – CE, 10/8/2018; Re-validation 6/19/2020)
  • #21 $17,610,000 for Mono 09-Mno-395 PM R6.9/T9.6. PPNO 09-0662 ProjID 0914000003 EA 36070. US 395 Near Tom’s Place, from 2.4 miles south of Lower Rock Creek Road to 0.3 mile north of Lower Rock Creek Road. Outcome/Output: Reduce the number and severity of collisions by widening shoulders, flattening slopes, installing rumble strips, and reconstructing and installing guardrail. Con Eng $2,799,000; Const $15,840,000. (CEQA – MND, 7/24/2018; Re-validation 7/27/2020) (NEPA – FONSI, 7/24/2018; Re-validation 7/27/2020) (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-18-130; October 2018.)
  • #27 $7,521,000 for Orange 12-Ora-133 PM 3.2/3.6. PPNO 12-4793 ProjID 1213000097 EA 0N060. Route 133 in Laguna Beach, from 0.2 mile south to 0.2 mile north of El Toro Road. Outcome/Output: Improve safety by extending the merge lanes in the northbound and southbound directions.  This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. Con Eng $2,109,000; Const $6,032,000. (CEQA – MND, 10/1/2018; Re-validation 6/5/2020) (NEPA – CE, 10/1/2018; Re-validation 6/5/2020) (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-17-66; October 2017.)

♠  (Oct) (2) Request of $102,700,000 for 92 2020 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and R/W support.  (2a) – SHOPP Support. (2b) – SHOPP SB1 Support. Resolution FP-20-22. Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.2c.(1)). The following allocations were of interest to the highway pages: ❧ Approved

  • (2a) #2. $1,173,000 ($50K over original programming) for PS&E and $861,000 for R/W Sup for 01-Hum-36 PM 0.1/1.7. PPNO 01-2379 ProjID 0113000090 EA 0E010. On Route 36 near Fortuna, from Route 101 to River Bar Road. Shoulder widening. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-85; October 2020.)
  • (2a) #3. $1,044,000 ($946,000 budgeted) for PS&E, and $174,000 for R/W Sup for 01-Hum-36 PM 10.5/10.8. PPNO 01-2415 ProjID 0115000076 EA 0F160. On Route 36 near Carlotta, from 0.1 mile east of Riverside Park Road to 0.4 mile east of Riverside Park Road.  Curve correction. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-86; October 2020.)
  • (2a) #8. $350,000 for PA&ED for 03-Nev-80 PM 13.1/16.5. PPNO 03-4318 ProjID 0321000035 EA 1H181. I-80 In Truckee, from west of Donner Park Overcrossing to I-80/Route 89/Route 267 Separation (PM 13.05/16.5). Construct auxiliary lanes and an acceleration lane. (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-003; October 2020.)
  • (2a) #17 $2,080,000 for PS&E and $130,000 for R/W Sup for 04-SCl-237 PM 7.0/8.0. PPNO 04-1492A ProjID 0416000060 EA 0K240. Route 237 in San Jose, in the eastbound direction from North First Street to Zanker Road. Construct auxiliary lane.
  • (2a) #20 $2,155,000 for PA&ED for 04-Son-1 PM 0.0/58.6. PPNO 01-0820H ProjID 0413000178 EA 4G780. On Route 1 in Sonoma County, from Marin County line to Mendocino County line (PM 58.583). Install centerline rumble strips, widen shoulders and install wet night visibility striping. (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-003; October 2020.)
  • (2a) #23 $940,000 for PS&E and $20,000 for R/W Sup for 06-Fre-145 PM 0.0/33.6. PPNO 06-6975 ProjID 0619000020 EA 0Y420. Route 145 Near Kerman, from Route 5 to Church Avenue. Construct centerline and shoulder rumble strips.
  • (2a) #31 $1,200,000 for PS&E and $75,000 for R/W Sup for 07-LA-138 PM 74.90/74.973 / 08-SBd-138 0.0/2.3. PPNO 3010F ProjID 0817000139 EA 1H830. Route 138 Near Pinon Hills, from Los Angeles County line to 0.6 mile west of Phelan Road; also in Los Angeles County, from 0.1 mile west of the San Bernardino County line to the San Bernardino County line (PM 74.90/74.973).  Widen roadway to provide up to 4 foot median, widen shoulders, and construct rumble strips. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-93; October 2020.)
  • (2a) #34 $1,610,000 for PA&ED for 10-Cal-26 PM 18.1. PPNO 10-3494 ProjID 1019000164 EA 1K820. Route 26 Near Mokelumne Hill, at the intersection with Route 49. Intersection improvements. (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-003; October 2020.)
  • (2a) #40 $1,417,000 for PA&ED for 12-Ora-22 PM R11.6/R12.5. PPNO 12-2977 ProjID 1219000104 EA 0S190. Route 22 In the cities of Orange and Santa Ana, from east of Parker Street to east of Cambridge Street. Restripe lanes to provide for safer merging, widen to extend auxiliary lane, add and upgrade signs, and add safety lighting.  (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-003; October 2020.)
  • (2b) #6 $3,459,000 for PS&E for 05-SB-217 PM 0.9/1.4. PPNO 05-2386 ProjID 0512000134 EA 1C360. Route 217 Near Goleta, from 0.1 mile south to 0.4 mile north of San Jose Creek Bridge No. 51-0217. Replace bridge. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-102; October 2020.)
  • (2b) #8 $3,200,000 for PS&E and $100,000 for R/W Sup for 06-Mad-99 PM R7.0/R7.5 PPNO 06-6857 ProjID 0616000207 EA 0V120. On Route 99 Near the city of Madera, at Cottonwood Creek Bridge No. 41-065R, No. 41-0065L and No.41-0065S.  Replace bridges to mitigate corrosion by chloride latent concrete. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution Pending; October 2020.)

♠  (Oct) (4) Request $17,509,000 for the bridge replacement along Guernsey Avenue to Trancas Canyon Road/Broad Beach Road project (07-LA-1 PM 56.5/56.9), in Los Angeles County. (PPNO 4498)  Resolution FP-20-29. ❧ Approved, as amended

♠  (Dec) (1) Request $106,751,000 for 15 SHOPP construction phase projects. Resolution FP-20-32 (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1)) The following allocations were of interest to the highway pages:

  • #10. $10,598,000 for San Luis Obispo 05-SLO-1 PM 32.6. PPNO 05-0072 ProjID 0515000097 EA 0L721. Route 1 In Morro Bay, at Toro Creek Bridge No.49-0068R. Outcome/Output: Replace bridge, provide standard bridge rails and shoulders, install rock slope protection, and upgrade guardrail and end treatments. Con Eng: $2,400,000; Const $8,249,000. (CEQA – CE, 6/22/2018; Re-validation 6/24/2020) (NEPA – CE, 6/22/2018; Re-validation 6/24/2020)
  • #13. $38,947,000 for San Bernardino 08-SBd-60 R7.3/R9.958. PPNO 08-3003N ProjID 0817000075 EA 0E33U. Route 60 In Ontario, from 0.4 mile east of Vineyard Avenue to Milliken Avenue/Hamner Avenue.   Outcome/Output: Construct auxiliary lane and widen connector and ramps to improve operational efficiency and reduce congestion. Con Eng: $6,100,000; Const $29,518,000. (CEQA – CE, 12/3/2018; Re-validation 5/20/2020) (NEPA – CE, 12/3/2018; Re-validation 5/20/2020) (SB 1 Baseline Agreement approved under Resolution SHOPP-P-1819-13B; June 2019.)

♠  (Dec) (2) Request of $54,410,000 for 58 2020 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and R/W support. (2a) – SHOPP Support. (2b) – SHOPP SB1 Support. Resolution FP-20-22. Resolution FP-20-33. The following allocations were of interest to the highway pages:

  • (2a) #1. $2,600,000 ($2,373,000 programmed) for PS&E and $445,000 ($401,000 programmed) for R/W Sup for 01-Lak-20 PM 2.0/2.8. PPNO 01-3123 ProjID 0118000117 EA 0H840. Route 20 Near Upper Lake, from 0.6 mile west of Irvine Avenue to 0.1 mile east of Mid Lake Road. Improve curves and widen shoulders. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-110; December 2020.)
  • (2a) #2. $1,079,000 for PS&E and $220,000 for R/W Sup for 01-Men-20 PM 19.1/19.6. PPNO 01-4691 ProjID 0117000225 EA 0H450. Route 20 Near Willits, from 0.9 mile west to 0.4 mile west of James Creek Bridge.  Improve curve, install center and edge-line rumble strips, upgrade guardrail, and widen shoulders. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-112; December 2020.)
  • (2a) #3 $660,000 for PA&ED for 02-Las-44 PM 6.5/7.1. PPNO 02-3796 ProjID 0220000106 EA 1J570. Route 44 Near Old Station, from 6.5 miles east to 7.1 miles east of Shasta County line.  Curve improvement. (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-004; December 2020.)
  • (2a) #5. $1,290,000 for PS&E for 02-Sha-299 PM 44.3/44.9. PPNO 02-3742 ProjID 0219000027 EA 4H930. Route 299 Near Redding, from 1.9 miles west to 1.3 miles west of Du Bois Road.  Curve improvement.
  • (2a) #14. $1,891,000 ($2,053,000 programmed) for PS&E and $328,000 ($356,000 programmed) for R/W Sup for 05-Mon-68 PM 3.4/3.8. PPNO 05-2742 ProjID 0517000113 EA 1J460. Route 68 Near Pacific Grove, from Skyline Forest Drive to west of Route 1; also from Haul Road to west of Skyline Forest Drive (PM 2.7/3.2).  Increase safety by improving roadway cross slope at curve, sight distance, widen shoulders, install rumble strip, tapered edge treatment and construct drainage improvements.
  • (2a) #16. $1,756,000 for PS&E and $385,000 ($345,000 programmed) for R/W Sup for 05-SBt-25 PM 18.8/19.2. PPNO 05-2697 ProjID 0516000164 EA 1H810. 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. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-118; December 2020.)
  • (2b) #1 $2,825,000 for PS&E and $335,000 for R/W Sup for 01-Men-1 PM 62.1. PPNO 01-4507 ProjID 0100000672 EA 43480. Route 1 In Fort Bragg at Pudding Creek Bridge No.10-0158 (PM 62.12).  Bridge rail upgrade and widening. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-111; December 2020.)
  • (2b) #7. $2,730,000 for PS&E and $72,000 ($70,000 programmed) for R/W Sup for 05-SB-101 PM 21.4/21.9. PPNO 05-2649 ProjID 0516000073 EA 1H430. US 101 In Goleta, from Route 217 to 0.3 mile north of San Jose Creek Bridge No. 51-0163L/R. Replace bridges. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-117; December 2020.)
  • (2b) #9. $2,700,000 for PS&E and $400,000 for R/W Sup for 06-Kin-41 PM 30.6/33.0. PPNO 06-6873 ProjID 0616000208 EA 0V110. Route 41 In and near Stratford, from 22nd Street to Laurel           Avenue at the Kings River Bridge No. 45-0007. Replace 73-year old bridge due to extensive superstructure and substructure distress and susceptibility to liquefaction. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-20-120; December 2020.)

♠  (Dec) (4) Request $10,650,000 for the SHOPP Rehabilitation project from State Route 43 to 0.1 mile west of Allen Road, in Kern County. (PPNO 6756) Resolution FP-20-41. (Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.3a.(1), 2.3a.(2), 2.3c.(2))

2.5c Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

♠  (Oct) (2) Request of $700,000 for the locally-administered STIP US 101 Avila Beach Drive Interchange project, on the State Highway System, in San Luis Obispo County. (PPNO 2830)  Resolution FP-20-23. (Related Item under Ref. 2.2c.(10)) ❧ Approved

♠  (Dec) (1) Request of $72,010,000 for two State-Administered projects, on the State Highway System. Resolution FP-20-35:

  • #1. $60,010,000 (RIP/19-20 $15,104,000 Const + IIP/19-20 $11,000,000 Const Sup / $33,906,000 Const) for 05-SBt-156 PM 3.0/R8.2. PPNO 05-0297 ProjID 0500000505 EA 34490. San Benito Route 156 Improvement Project. Route 156 In San Juan Bautista, from The Alameda to 0.2 mile east of Fourth Street. Widen to 4 lanes.(CEQA – EIR, 08/15/2011; Re-validation 01/10/2020) (NEPA – FONSI, 08/15/2011; Re-validation 01/10/2020) (Right of Way Certification: 10/26/2020) (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-11-76: October 2011)
  • #2. $12,000,000 for Con Eng for 07-LA-405 PM 14.3/15.8. PPNO 07-4451 ProjID 0713000238 EA 29360. I-405 at Crenshaw Boulevard Ramp Improvement. In Los Angeles County, in the city of Torrance, between Western Avenue and West 182nd Street/Crenshaw Boulevard. Add a new I-405 on-ramp at Crenshaw Boulevard, increase storage capacity on the existing on/off ramps and add auxiliary lanes on the I-405 on both directions. (CEQA – ND, 06/29/2016; Re-validation 05/12/2020) (NEPA – FONSI, 06/29/2016; Re-validation 05/12/2020) (Right of Way Certification: 09/11/2020) (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-16-72; October 2016.)

♠  (Dec) (4) AB 3090 Reimbursement Allocations: Request of $4,000,000 for the locally administered STIP AB 3090 Reimbursement project, on the State Highway System, in San Mateo County (US 101/Willow Road). (PPNO 0690B) Resolution FP-20-39

♠  (Dec) (5) Request of $3,058,000 for the State-Administered STIP Olancha and Cartago Expressway Desert Tortoise Exclusion Fence project, on US 395 on the State Highway System, in Inyo County, programmed Fiscal Year 2021-22. (PPNO 0170B ProjID 0914000036 EA 21341) (INY 29.200/41.800) Resolution FP-20-38 (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(2))

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

♠  (Oct) (1) Request for an allocation of $20,498,000 (66.7 percent increase) in Construction Capital and $4,300,000 (65.4 percent increase) in Construction Support for the SHOPP Bridge Preservation project on Interstate 80/State Route 29 in Solano County. (PPNO 1452F)  Resolution FP-20-15. ❧ Approved

2.5e Supplemental Fund Allocations

♠  (Oct) (10) Request for an additional $1,495,000 (23 percent increase) in Construction Capital and $0 (0 percent increase) in Construction Support for the TCEP/SHOPP Roadway Widening and ADA Curb Ramps project on State Route 98 in Imperial County. Contributions from SHOPP are $450,000 and the remaining $1,045,000 from TCEP. (PPNO 1258) Resolution FA-20-17 ❧ Approved
Resolution TCEP-A-2021-06S

2.5f Financial Allocations for SHOPP

♠  (Oct) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority  ❧ Information Only

  • Emergency G-11 Allocations (2.5f.(1)): $40,836,600 for 19 projects.
  • SHOPP Safety Sub-Allocations (2.5f.(3)): $48,836,000 for eight projects.
  • Minor G-05-16 Allocations (2.5f.(4)): $4,224,000 for four projects.

Of these, the following were of interest for the highway pages:

  • (1) #19 $18,000,000 ($1,500,000 Con Eng; $16,500,00 Const) for 11-SD-52 PM 5.1/6.2 PPNO 11-1415 ProjID 1120000103 EA 43112. In the city of San Diego, from 0.4 mile west to 0.7 mile east of Convoy Street.  Storms during the week of March 30, 2020 have contributed to the accelerated settlement of Route 52 within the project limits.  This road segment was constructed over a landfill in 1959, and the highway segment has continued to settle beyond the projected consolidation period.  Eleven projects over the past 11 years have failed to permanently address settlement issues, with individual dips reaching eight inches or more.  Project EA 43025/PPNO 11-1302 is scheduled for construction in Fall 2022 to repair the location, but the condition is so severe that waiting is not a viable option. On July 1, 2020, message signs were deployed to warn the public of the road conditions.  This project will stabilize the roadway by a combination of compaction grouting, geogrid stilization, and repaving with Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP).
  • (3) #3 $5,626,000 ($1,335,000 Con Eng; $4,481,000 Const) for 05-SCr-129 PM 1.4. PPNO 05-2625 ProjID 0516000010 EA 1G990. Route 129 Near Watsonville, at Lakeview Road.   Outcome/Output: Improve safety and operations by constructing a roundabout and improving street lighting.  This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. (CEQA – CE, 9/21/2017; Re-validation 3/18/2020) (NEPA – CE, 9/21/2017; Re-validation 3/18/2020) (Sixteen month time extension for CONST and CON ENG approved under Waiver 20-31; June 2020.)

♠  (Dec) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority

  • Emergency G-11 Allocations (2.5f.(1)):  $135,722,000 for 25 projects.
  • SHOPP Safety Sub-Allocations (2.5f.(3)): $4,108,000 for two projects.
  • Minor G-05-16 Allocations (2.5f.(4)):  $1,240,000 for one project.

There were no items that rose to the level of interest for the highway pages.

2.5g Prop 1B Project Allocations

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

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

♠  (Oct) /102 (4) Request of $47,000,000 for the State-Administered multi-funded SCCP/STIP South Coast 101 HOV- Summerland (Segment 4C) project, on the State Highway System, in Santa Barbara County. (PPNO 7101E)  Resolution SCCP-A-2021-02 Resolution FP-20-26 (Related Item under Ref. 2.2c.(3) & 2.5b.(1).) ❧ Approved as amended

♠  (Dec) (4) Trade Corridor Enhancement Program (TCEP) Allocations: Request of $16,800,000 for the locally administered TCEP Route 60 Truck Safety and Efficiency Project – Phase 1A project, on the State Highway System, in Riverside County. (PPNO 3010T) Resolution TCEP-A-2021-07

2.5t Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP) Allocations

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

2.6g Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP) Allocations

♠  (Dec) (1) Request of $81,173,000 for six TIRCP projects. Resolution TIRCP-2021-09. There was one allocation of interest to the highway pages:

  • #1. $67,336,000 for PS&E for (2018: 27) Southern California Optimized Rail Expansion (SCORE) (Link US). Design work includes a retaining/sound wall in the throat of Los Angeles Union Station, two new run- through tracks from Platform 4 to the mainline tracks on the west bank of the LA River, a new viaduct to accommodate up to nine run-through tracks over the US 101 freeway, Main Street Quiet Zone Ready improvements, utility relocation and street improvements, and pedestrian and bicycle improvements. Outcome/Outputs: Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, increased ridership through improved frequency and expanded service by providing 30-minute bi-directional commuter rail services on the highest ridership segments of the Metrolink system, including system-wide supporting infrastructure improvements, as well as improved integration with other transit and rail services, including Amtrak, OCTA bus, AVTA and LA Metro bus and rail services. Includes access of services for priority populations throughout Metrolink’s service area. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-19-78; August 2019.)

4. TCIF and Aeronautic Program Updates / Policy Matters

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

Other Matters/Public Comment

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

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