🛣 Changes to the California Highway Website covering June-August 2021

Blah blah blah introduction. Perhaps I should go with that.

Seriously, though. We’re at the end of Summer 2021, and the best thing I can say is that we’re not having to deal with a Presidential campaign again. COVID is still here, however, impacting travel. I did get some travel in over my summer, with drives to Los Osos, Scottsdale, and Las Vegas, and exploration of the Route 166 corridor and the Route 58 corridor between I-15 and Route 14. I got to see the construction they are doing S of Mojave on Route 14, and got to kill off a load of podcasts. Hopefully you’ve had a safe summer. As always: Please make sure you are vaccinated, and please continue to wear masks. Neither complete eliminates risk, but they are both key factors in reducing risk to an acceptable level. As someone who has been working in Cybersecurity for over 35 years, I understand how being risk adverse can blind you to the importance of doing the simple things to reduce risk. Just as with our highways, our goals should be to reduce the risks whereever we can.

On to the updates.

Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the papers from the last week of May 2021 through xxxx 2021 (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the “Observations Along The Road” and to the CaliforniaHighways 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(ℱ), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail or ꜲRoads) from Anthony R. Brooks(1), Tom Fearer(2), Brian Nordon(3),  Tony Ortega(4), Scott Parker(5), Joe Rouse(6), Chris Sampang(7), Carol Stephens(8): Route 1(ℱ,2), Route 4(ℱ), Marine Route 5 (M-5)(ℱ), I-5(ℱ,2), Route 11(ℱ), Route 16(2), Route 17(ℱ), Route 18(ℱ),  Route 25(ℱ), Route 29(ℱ), Route 33(2), Route 35(ℱ), Route 36(ℱ), Route 37(ℱ), Route 41(ℱ,2), Route 46(ℱ,2), US 50(ℱ,2), Route 58(6,5), Route 71(ℱ), Route 74(ℱ),  Route 77(ℱ,1), I-80(ℱ,2), Route 88(ℱ), Route 91(ℱ,1,4), Route 99(ℱ,2), US 101(ℱ,2), Route 110(ℱ), Route 113(2), Route 121(ℱ), Route 132(ℱ), Route 135(ℱ), Route 136(3),  Route 140(ℱ), LRN 148(ℱ), Route 152(ℱ), Route 156(ℱ), Route 166(ℱ), Route 174(ℱ), Route 176(ℱ), Route 187(ℱ), Route 207(ℱ), Route 247(ℱ), Route 249(8), Route 273(ℱ), Route 275(2), Former US 399(2),  US 395(ℱ), I-405(ℱ), I-580(ℱ),  Marine Route 580(ℱ), I-680(ℱ), I-710(ℱ), County Sign Route A13(ℱ), County Sign Route 66(7).
(Source: private email, Highway headline posts through August 2021 as indicated, AARoads through 09/05/2021)

Updated the links to the Cal-NexUS pages and the highway exits, because Caltrans went and moved things again(ℱ). Updated the El Camino Real Bells page to reflect the removal of the El Camino Real bell from downtown Santa Cruz, and the rationale therefore(ℱ). Updated the Statistics page to better reflect the shortness of Route 77(1).

Marine Highway SystemAdded information on the National Marine Highway System(ℱ):
(Source: CleanTechnica, 6/22/2021US DOT Maritime Administration: National Marine Highways, 6/2021)

In California waters, there are two routes: Route 5 (M-5) and Route 580 (M-580). The US Department of Transportation has a special webpage all about this system of marine highways, complete with a map of the system. The system’s highways are numbered the same as nearby Interstate Highways from which they could relieve congestion. The DOT Maritime Administration (MARAD)’s Marine Highway Program has one major goal: expand the use of America’s navigable waters. They closely with public and private organizations to:

  • Develop and expand marine highway service options and facilitate their further integration into the current U.S. surface transportation system, especially where water-based transport is the most efficient, effective and sustainable option
  • Highlight the benefits, increase public awareness and promote waterways as a viable (in some cases a superior) alternative to “landside” shipping and transportation options

The Marine Highway system currently includes 26 “Marine Highway Routes” that serve as extensions of the surface transportation system. Each all-water route is designated by the Secretary and offers relief to landside corridors suffering from traffic congestion, excessive air emissions or other environmental challenges. For the highways in California, a section was added to the appropriate route page providing information on the Marine highway route.

Reviewed the Pending Legislation page, based on the 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. Noted the passage of the following:

  • SB 51 (Durazo) Surplus residential property.
    (1) Existing law prescribes requirements for the disposal of surplus land by a local agency, as defined. Existing law provides that certain dispositions of real property by local agencies are subject to surplus land disposal procedures as they existed on December 31, 2019, without regard to specified amendments that took effect on January 1, 2020, if those dispositions comply with specified requirements. Under existing law, these provisions apply to dispositions by a local agency that, as of September 30, 2019, has entered into an exclusive negotiating agreement or legally binding agreement to dispose of property, provided that the disposition is completed not later than December 31, 2022.

    This bill, except in the case of specified property, would additionally provide that the surplus land disposal procedures as they existed on December 31, 2019, apply if a local agency, as of September 30, 2019, has issued a competitive request for proposals for the development of the property that includes a residential component of at least 100 residential units and 25% of the total units developed complying with specified affordability criteria, provided that a disposition and development agreement, as defined, is entered into not later than December 31, 2024. If the property is not disposed of pursuant to a qualifying disposition and development agreement before March 31, 2026, or if no disposition and development agreement is entered into before December 31, 2024, the bill would require that future negotiations for and disposition of the property comply with the surplus land disposal procedures then in effect. The bill would extend these dates in the event of a judicial challenge to 6 months following the final conclusion of litigation.

    (2) Existing law establishes priorities and procedures that any state agency disposing of surplus residential property is required to follow. Under existing law, specified single-family residences must first be offered to their former owners or present occupants, as specified. Existing law then requires the property to be offered to housing-related entities, as provided, prior to placing the property up for sale, subject to specified priorities. Existing law requires, if a property that is not a historic home is sold to a private housing-related entity or a housing-related public entity, that the entity develop the property as limited equity cooperative housing with first right of occupancy to present occupants, or use the property for low- and moderate-income rental or owner-occupied housing where the development of cooperative or cooperatives is not feasible. Existing law requires, if a property is a historic home, as defined, that the property be offered first to a housing-related entity, subject to the above-described requirements, or a nonprofit private entity dedicated to rehabilitating and maintaining the historic home for public and community access and use, as provided.

    This bill would, with respect to surplus residential property that is located within the City of Los Angeles, instead require that if the surplus residential property is not sold to a former owner or present occupant, as described above, the property be offered at fair market value to present tenants who have occupied the property for 5 years or more and who are in good standing with all rent obligations current and paid in full, with first right of occupancy to the present occupants. If the surplus residential property is a historic home, as defined, the bill would then require that the property be offered to the city in which the property is located or a nonprofit private entity dedicated to rehabilitating and maintaining the historic home for public and community access and use, subject to specified terms and conditions. Finally, the bill would require that surplus residential property be offered to a housing-related entity, subject to specified terms and conditions. The bill would require a housing-related entity to cause the property to be used, under specified conditions, either for low- and moderate-income rental housing for a term of at least 55 years, subject to a recorded covenant, to ensure use as affordable housing, as provided, and to provide a first right of occupancy to the present tenants, or, if the surplus residential property is a single-family residence, the bill would provide the surplus residential property may be used for owner- occupied affordable housing for a term of at least 45 years, subject to a covenant recorded against the property to ensure its use as affordable housing. The bill would require the Department of Transportation to monitor or designate a public agency to monitor a property’s compliance with the bill’s terms, conditions, and restrictions, in the case of a historic home, and require the City of Los Angeles to monitor compliance with the recorded covenant, in the case of surplus residential properties sold to a housing-related entity, and authorize the monitoring entity to charge the property owner a fee to cover the cost of monitoring and reporting. The bill would require the city to prepare and submit to the Legislature reports that describe how the purchasers complied with these provisions and how they were monitored for compliance, as specified. By requiring additional duties by the City of Los Angeles, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

    This bill would prohibit surplus residential property from being sold at less than the price paid by the Department of Transportation for original acquisition of the property. The bill would prohibit the adjustment of this original acquisition price for inflation. The bill would require the Department of Transportation to offer to sell specified unimproved properties at the original acquisition price paid by the department to a housing-related entity for affordable housing purposes, as provided.
    Note: Only the provisions related to the I-710 Corridor housing are included
    07/23/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Chapter 130, Statutes of 2021.

  • SCR 7 (Roth) CHP Officer Andre Maurice Moye, Jr. Memorial Freeway.
    This measure would designate the portion of Route 215 from the Eucalyptus Avenue overcrossing, number 56-757, at PM RIV R37.436 to the Route 60 junction separator, number 56-507R, at PM RIV R38.339 in the County of Riverside as the “CHP Officer Andre Maurice Moye, Jr. Memorial Freeway”.
    07/16/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 80, Statutes of 2021.
  • SCR 12 (Bates) CAL-FIRE Chief William R. Clayton Memorial Highway.
    This measure would designate the portion of I-5 from La Costa Avenue (PM SD R44.071) to Cannon Road (PM SD R47.975) in the City of Carlsbad as the “CAL-FIRE Chief William R. Clayton Memorial Highway”.
    07/16/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 81, Statutes of 2021.
  • SCR 14 (Hurtado)  Fire Captain Ramon Figueroa and Firefighter Patrick Jones Memorial Highway.
    This measure would designate the portion of Route 65 in the County of Tulare, between PM TUL 16.130 and PM TUL 20.880, as the “Fire Captain Ramon Figueroa and Firefighter Patrick Jones Memorial Highway”.
    07/16/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 82, Statutes of 2021.
  • SCR 15 (Hueso) U.S. Army SP4 Dwayne M. Patterson Memorial Highway.
    This measure would designate the portion of Route 111 in the County of Imperial, between PM IMP 33 and PM IMP 37.6 as the “U.S. Army SP4 Dwayne M. Patterson Memorial Highway”.
    07/16/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 83, Statutes of 2021.
  • SCR 24 (Stern) Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Joseph Solano Memorial Overcrossing.
    This measure would designate the overcrossing on Route 118 at Balboa Boulevard (~ LA R7.813) in the County of Los Angeles as the “Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Joseph Solano Memorial Overcrossing”.
    07/16/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 85, Statutes of 2021.
  • SCR 26 (Gonzalez) Detective Raul Vasquez Gama Memorial Highway.
    This bill would designate the portion of I-710 from PM LA 19.730 to PM LA 24.466 in the County of Los Angeles as the “Detective Raul Vasquez Gama Memorial Highway”.
    07/16/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 86, Statutes of 2021.
  • SCR 27 (McGuire) Jeffrey Stevenson Memorial Bike Path.
    This measure would designate the bike path, which was formerly known as Pacheco Hill Path, with entrances on the east side of Pacheco Creek Bridge and the intersection of Marinwood Avenue and Miller Creek Road in the County of Marin as the “Jeffrey Stevenson Memorial Bike Path”.
    Note: This path parallels US 101 from MRN 15.561 to MRN 16.615. See https://www.traillink.com/trail/pacheco-hill-path/.
    07/09/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 63, Statutes of 2021.
  • SCR 28 (Umberg) Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway.
    This measure would designate the portion of Route 37 between the Atherton Avenue undercrossing at PM SON 13.773 and its junction with Route 121 at PM SON 3.900 as the “Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway”.
    07/09/21    Chaptered by Secretary of State. Res. Chapter 64, Statutes of 2021.

I checked California Transportation Commission page for the results of the California Transportation Commission meetings from June through August 2021. 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

♠ (Jun) (1) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: Request to: ❧ Approved
(Related Items under Ref. 2.5b.(1), 2.5b.(2), 2.5b.(3) and 2.5b.(4))

  • Add 12 new projects into the 2020 SHOPP. (2.1a.(1a))
  • Revise 69 projects currently programmed in the 2020 SHOPP.  (2.1a.(1d), 2.1a.(1e) and 2.1a.(1f))

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) #6. 01-DN-199 24.1/24.3 PPNO 1141 ProjID 0120000129 EA 01-0K640. US 199 Near Gasquet, from Middle Fork Smith River Bridge to 0.2 mile north of Middle Fork Smith River Bridge. Curve improvement. PA&ED $1,325K; PS&E $1,054K; R/W Sup $16K; Con Sup $594K; R/W Cap $3K; Const Cap $1,577K TOTAL $4,569K. Begin Const: 3/19/2024.
  • (1a) #7. 04-Ala-80 5.9/6.4; 04-CC-680 16.9/17.1. PPNO 1489A ProjID 0415000110 EA 04-3J260. I-80 In Berkeley, from University Avenue to west of Gilman Street; also on I-680 in Contra Costa County, in Pleasant Hill on Route 680 from Oak Park Boulevard to 0.2 mile north of Oak Park Boulevard (PM 16.9/17.1).  Construct outer separation concrete barriers between freeway and frontage roads. PA&ED $790K; PS&E $1,434K; R/W Sup $64K; Con Sup $1,396K; R/W Cap $70K; Const Cap $8,398K TOTAL $12,152K. Begin Const: 6/15/2024.
  • (1a) #10. 08-SBd-395 4.8/7.6 PPNO 3017R ProjID 0821000009 EA 08-1L890. US 395 In and near Hesperia, from north of Joshua Street to Eucalyptus Street.  Construct four-foot median, standard shoulders, and rumble strips and upgrade guardrail. PA&ED $1,302K; PS&E $1,635K; R/W Sup $931K; *Con Sup $1,757K; *R/W Cap $1,664K; *Const Cap $7,652K TOTAL $14,941K. Begin Const: 5/2/2025.
    *: Phase not programmed.
  • (1d) #2. 01-DN-101 35.8/36.5 PPNO 0100V ProjID 0100000193 EA 01-43640. US 101 Near Crescent City from 0.3 mile south to 0.4 mile north of Smith River (Dr. Ernest M Fine Memorial) Bridge № 01-0020. Replace bridge. Note: Split mitigation projects EA 43641/PPNO 01-1147M and EA 43642/PPNO 01-1148M from parent project EA 43640/PPNO 01-0100V. Con Sup $12,250K $11,231K; Const Cap $72,506K $71,476K; Total  $107,047K $104,998K.
  • (1d) #5. 01-Hum-36 11.3/34.6 PPNO 2363 ProjID 0112000292 EA 01-0C500, Route 39 Near Bridgeville, at Hely Creek Bridge № 04-0092, Little Larabee Creek Bridge № 04-0102 (PM 25.3),and Butte Creek Bridge № 04-0116.  Upgrade bridge rails and widen at one bridge, and replace two bridges. Note: The reduction in R/W capital is due to multiple projects utilizing early acquisition process to secure an offsite parcel for mitigation which decreased the anticipated mitigation cost. R/W Cap $1,470K $1,015K; Total $27,014K $26,559K.
  • (1d) #11 01-Men-1 31.4 PPNO 4588 ProjID 0113000125 EA 01-0E110. Route 1 Near Fort Bragg, at Elk Creek Bridge № 10-0120. Replace bridge. Note: Additional Construction capital and support is needed after consultation with the resource agencies resulted in additional work items such as a clear water diversion system, a required working pad area below the structure, in- stream habitat restoration, and bio-engineered bank stabilization. R/W capital increase is due to off-site mitigation required for impacts to riparian habitat and wetlands. Con Sup $1,759K $3,000K; R/W Cap $333K $2,250K; Const Cap $8,325K $10,350K; Total $13,416K  $18,599K.
  • (1d) #12 01-Men-1 R65.1/65.5. PPNO 4656 ProjID 0117000026 EA 01-0G600. Near Fort Bragg Cleone, from 0.1 mile north of Mill Creek Drive to 0.3 mile north of Ward Avenue. Widen shoulders. Note: After surveys were completed, it was determined that an additional 1.03 acres of right-of-way would be required, thus increasing R/W capital. The increase in construction capital is due to an increased unit cost for asphalt, an increased number of drainage inlets and excavation quantities, and a need to use a thicker pavement section and reinforced concrete pipes.  Update project description to better identify the location. R/W Cap $275K $285K; Const Cap $1,633K $1,861K; Total $5,048K  $5,286K.
  • (1d) #15 01-Men-162 8.2 PPNO 4692 ProjID 0117000223 EA 01-0A131. Route 162 Near Longvale, from 8.2 miles to 8.3 miles east of Route 101 at Eel River Bridge № 10-0236.  Bridge seismic retrofit. Note: During design, it was determined that replacing the bridge along a new alignment will reduce impacts to the environment and traveling public. This change reduced the need for offsite mitigation, thus reducing R/W capital. The change to a new alignment resulted in additional earthwork, paving, landscaping, bridge deck area, and guardrail that consequently increased the construction capital amount. R/W Cap $618K $251K; Const Cap $6,383K $8,150K; Total $13,339K  $14,739K.
  • (1d) #19 04-Mrn-1 28.5 PPNO 0756K ProjID 0413000350 EA 04-0G642. Route 1 Near Point Reyes Station, at Lagunitas Creek Bridge № 27-0023. Replace bridge. Note: Increase construction capital due to addition of new items such as permeation grouting, temporary water line, additional rootwad revetment, and temporary signal system.  Change in schedule is due to the recent postponement of a lawsuit hearing which has delayed revalidation of the environmental document and the right of way acquisition process. Const Cap $14,350K $15,580K; Total $31,262K  $32,492K. Extend programming year for Con Sup, R/W Cap, and Const Cap to FY22-23.
  • (1d) #23 04-SM-101 7.1 6.7/7.6 PPNO 1483C ProjID 0415000004 EA 04-2J730. US 101 In Redwood City, at from 0.4 mile south to 0.5 mile north of Cordilleras Creek Bridge № 35-0019. Replace bridge to restore structural integrity. (Additional $1,300,000 contribution for Const Cap from Local Measure A funds.) Note: Update postmiles to accommodate traffic lane-shifting during construction staging. To shift traffic back and forth across the existing median, concrete median barrier will need to be replaced and profile in both directions will need to be matched. Environmental costs have also increased due to work in the creek, thus increasing construction capital. Increase in R/W capital is due to additional temporary easements and acquisitions. R/W Cap $4,285K $5,114K*Const Cap $26,570K $31,297K; Total $48,480K  $54,036K.
    *: Phase not programmed.
  • (1d) #30 05-SB-101 R36.0/R37.0 PPNO 2448 ProjID 0513000018 EA 05-1C950. US 101 Near Goleta, from 0.6 mile south and 0.4 mile north of Refugio Road Undercrossing № 51-0215L/R and Canada del Refugio № 51-0030S. Replace two bridges and upgrade bridge railing on one bridge. Note: Increase construction capital to include fish passage and landscape items to fulfill environmental permit requirements and to cover increases in pavement, lighting, railing and incidental quantities. Increase construction support due to additional work that adds 300 working days and another 750 days for plant propagation and mitigation work. Con Sup $4,900K $11,200K; Const Cap $34,640K $42,500K; Total $48,942K  $63,102K.
  • (1d) #32. 05-SB-154 R5.8/R6.1 PPNO 2674 ProjID 0516000060 EA 05-1H310. Route 154 In Santa Ynez, from 0.2 mile east to 0.1 mile west of Edison Street/Baseline Avenue. Construct a roundabout to improve operations and safety. Note: Decrease R/W capital because a redesign of the roundabout location has reduced utility relocation and land acquisition requirements. R/W Cap $888K $188K; Total $11,980K  $11,280K.
  • (1d) #33. 05-SB-217 0.9/1.4 PPNO 2386 ProjID 0512000134 EA 05-1C360. Near Goleta, from 0.1 mile south to 0.4 mile north of San Jose Creek Bridge № 51-0217. Replace bridge. Note: Increase construction capital to fund a required future landscape mitigation monitoring child project.  Const Cap $27,435K $28,807K; Total $42,552K  $43,924K.
  • (1d) #35. 05-SCr-9 13.6 PPNO 2655 ProjID 0516000078 EA 05-1H470. Route 9 Near Boulder Creek, at San Lorenzo River Bridge № 36-0052 (PM 13.61) and Kings Creek Bridge № 36-0054 (PM 15.49). Replace bridges to maintain standards of safety and reliability. Note: Increase construction capital because it has been determined that the girders are too large and heavy to transport as one unit and will instead need to be shipped and spliced onsite, at higher cost. Const Cap $16,165K $17,765K; Total $27,447K  $29,047K.
  • (1d) #38. 05-SLO-101 61.9 PPNO 2766; ProjID 0518000052 EA 05-1J780. US 101 Near Wellsona, at the intersection of Route 101 and Wellsona Road. Improve safety by constructing an undercrossing. Note: Increase right of way capital due to an increase in the required acquisitions and the State’s share in cost to relocate utilities in conflict.  Increase construction capital with completion of the environmental document since there is an identified future need for mitigation cost. R/W Cap $1,271K $1,820K; Const Cap $14,019K $15,019K; Total $23,881K  $25,430K.
  • (1d) #40. 06-Ker-43 25.2/25.4. PPNO 6982 ProjID 0618000131 EA 06-0X770. Route 43 In Wasco, from Route 46 to south of Gromer Avenue. Improve safety by constructing a roundabout. Note: Delay construction to FY22-23 due to a delay to relocate transmission lines that are in conflict with the roundabout footprint. The delay in relocation is due to the utility company’s required coordination with the California High-Speed Rail project.
  • (1d) #41. 06-Ker-223 R16.0 PPNO 6758 ProjID 0614000057 EA 06-0R190. Route 223 Near Weedpatch, at Route 184 (Wheeler Ridge Road) intersection. Construct roundabout. (Additional $1,500,000 from local contribution). Note: Increase construction capital from $2,700K to $4,400K due to a deeper roadway pavement section required to address current pavement failure.  This change results in additional asphalt, traffic control, and aggregate base.  Accelerate delivery year to FY21-22 to align with the available local funding contribution.
  • (1d) #42. 06-Kin-41 30.6/33.0. PPNO 6873 ProjID 0616000208 EA 06-0V110. Route 41 In and near Stratford, from 22nd Street to Laurel Avenue at the Kings River Bridge № 45-0007. Replace 73-year old bridge due to extensive superstructure and substructure distress and susceptibility to liquefaction. Note: Increase R/W capital from $120K to $141K, for a new total of $28,141K, due to additional need to positively identify underground utilities, and an increase in environmental mitigation cost.

♠ (Jun) (2) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: Request to: ❧ Approved

  • Revise 63 projects currently programmed in the 2020  SHOPP.  (2.1a.(2d), 2.1a.(2e) and 2.1a.(2f))

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):

  • (2d) #10. 03-Nev-174 9.7/10.1 9.6/10.2. PPNO 4450; ProjID 0313000047; EA 03-3F680. Route 174 In Grass Valley, from Park Race Street to Route 20including frontage streets. Financial Contribution Only (FCO) for construction capital to the City of Grass Valley to relinquish a portion of the route. Park Street to Route 20. Upgrade pedestrian infrastructure to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. Note: This project will  be a Financial Contribution Only (FCO) for construction capital to the City of Grass Valley to relinquish this route. Update postmiles, description, performance, and program code to reflect this change. Const Cap: $1,660K. Total: $2,766K.
  • (2d) #12. 03-Pla-49 R8.7/R10.6. PPNO 4787 ProjID 0319000004 EA 03-4H600. Route 49 Near Auburn, from 0.3 mile south of Lorenson Road/Florence Lane to 0.3 mile north of Lone Star Road.  Construct concrete median barrier and two roundabouts. Note: Additional construction capital is needed to account for added drainage systems along the median barrier, an increase to the roundabout radius to accommodate truck turning movements, and environmental mitigation. Additional R/W capital is needed for an increase to utility relocations and for environmental mitigation acquisitions. R/W Cap $2,000K $2,820K; Const Cap $18,500K $27,010K; Total $26,340K $35,670K.
  • (2d) #18. 04-Nap-29 33.1 PPNO 1464K; ProjID 0416000037 EA 04-4J990. Route 20 Near Calistoga, at 0.3 mile south of Bothe-Napa Valley State Park entrance at Ritchie Creek Bridge № 21-0057. Replace bridge and provide financial contributions to improve fish passage barriers at the site for compliance unit credits towards statewide National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit mandate goals. Note: Increase construction capital and support due to addition of traffic items, erosion control, temporary creek diversion, extending plant establishment period, and constructing temporary bridge. Delay project by one year due to lengthy consultation process with various agencies to obtain environmental clearance. Update project description as the Financial Contribution Only (FCO) portion of the project was split out under project EA 4J99A/PPNO 04-1464R. Con Sup $1,300K 21-22 $1,800K 22-23; R/W Cap $590K 21-22 $590K 22-23; Const Cap $5,099K 21-22 $6,887K 22-23; Total $10,276K $12,564K.
  • (2d) #20. 04-SCl-237 7.0/8.0 PPNO 1492B; ProjID 0416000061 EA 04-0K250. Route 237 In San Jose, in the westbound direction from Zanker Road to North First Street.  Construct auxiliary lane. Note: Delete project. Additional traffic studies concluded that the project build alternative will not achieve the intended benefit. Total   $79,073K.
  • (2d) #28. 07-LA-1 44.1/44.2 43.9/44.4. PPNO 5505 ProjID 0719000001 EA 07-35490. Route 1 In Malibu, from 0.2 mile south to 0.3 mile north of Las Flores Canyon Road to Rambla Pacifico Street. Install protected left-turn signal phases for southbound movements, extend left-turn lane, upgrade facilities to Americans with Disabilities (ADA) standards, and upgrade signal poles, mast arms, and hardware. Note: Curb ramps and crash cushions are being removed from this project because of R/W conflicts, utility conflicts, or because they are on private property and will be constructed by other projects.  A signal pole will be removed from the scope because it is outside of the Department’s R/W.  Reduce construction capital because of these scope changes. Update postmiles to include the project’s advance warning flashing beacons. Const Cap $4,009K $3,532K; Total $7,358K $6,881K. (Concurrent COS allocation under Resolution FP-20-86; June 2021.)
  • (2d) #40. 07-Ven-1 21.5 PPNO 4972 ProjID 0716000025 EA 07-31960. Route 1 Near the city of Ventura, at Ventura Overhead № 52-0040. Replace corroded steel spans of bridge and upgrade bridge railing to current standards. Replace bridge. Note: The bridge will be replaced rather than repaired, because during project development, it was determined that it was more cost effective to replace the 87 year old bridge than to retrofit it. Change the delivery year to FY22-23 because the design will take more time, and increase construction capital, support, and R/W capital to support the new design. Revised numbers: Con Sup $1,650K ⇒ $5,247K; R/W Cap $983K ⇒ $4,378K; Const Cap $3,565K ⇒ $28,096K; Total $10,438K ⇒ $41,961K.
  • (2d) #42. 08-Riv-10 R60.7/R74.3. PPNO 3008A ProjID 0816000086 EA 08-1C081. I-10 In and near Coachella, from 0.3 mile east of Coachella Canal to 0.2 mile east of Hazy Gulch Bridge. Cold plane pavement and overlay with Portland Cement Concrete (PCC).  Construct eastbound truck climbing lane. A one lane temporary detour will be constructed in the median for traffic handling. (This is a Design-Build project.) (G13 Contingency) (Concurrent CONST and CON ENG allocation under Resolution FP-20-87; June 2021.) Note: Increase construction capital due to increased costs for roadway excavation, concrete paving, and contractor design due to a delivery method change to Design-Build.  Reduce construction support based on estimate for Design- Build oversight effort. Update performance based on current pavement survey data.  Fully program previously unfunded phases for this project. Revised numbers: Con Sup $22,000K ⇒ $15,400K; Const Cap  $157,000K ⇒ $185,000K; Total  $210,081K ⇒ $231,481K.
  • (2d) #56. 12-Ora-133 8.5/M9.3 8.3/M9.3 PPNO 4846 ProjID 1214000130 EA 12-0N890. Route 133 In Irvine, from 0.1 mile south of Route 405 to Route 5 southbound I-5/SB Route 133 Connector to southbound Route 133/NB I-405 Connector. Construct a new auxiliary lane to improve traffic flow. Note: Increase project limits to accommodate temporary construction signs.  Increase construction capital because longitudinal cracking in lane three means that the pavement will need to be rehabilitated.  Adjust performance precision from previously rounded amount. Revised numbers: Const Cap $16,632K ⇒ $18,232K; Total $26,808K ⇒ $28,408K.
  • (2f) #1. 01-DN-101 12.0/15.5 PPNO 1112 ProjID 0115000099 EA 01-0F280. US 101 Near Crescent City, at Last Chance Grade, from Wilson Creek Bridge to 3.8 miles north of Wilson Creek Bridge. Permanent roadway restoration and realignment. Note: Last Chance Grade is a highly complex and challenging location. Consequently, additional R/W capital is needed for extensive best management practices and geotechnical investigation work within the State Park. Revised numbers: R/W Cap $75K ⇒ $105K; Total $10,075K ⇒ $10,105K.
  • (2f) #2. 08-SBd-40 153.9/154.7. PPNO 3001S ProjID 0812000067 EA 08-0R380. I-40 Near Needles, from Park Moabi Road to Topock Road at the Colorado River Bridge № 54-0415. Bridge rehabilitation and/or replacement.  Caltrans will be the lead agency and will share half of all costs with Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) as indicated via a signed Letter of Intent. Note: Delay delivery schedule to FY25-26 because geotechnical studies can’t be performed during PA&ED, as they require permit approval by California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW).  The Department will instead conduct these investigations during PS&E, and will push out the RTL milestone.  Update square footage of bridge performance based on the anticipated preferred alternative.

♠ (Jun) (3) STIP Amendment for Action: The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority proposes to delete $3,207K in STIP construction funds from the Silicon Valley Express Lanes Program – Phase 5 Civil project (US 101 SCL 38.300/45.900 PPNO 2015H EA 04-1K553) and reprogram those funds to cover Right of Way and Construction funding shortfall for the I-280 Soundwalls – Route 87 to Los Gatos Creek project (I-280 SCL 2.500/3.200 PPNO 0503J EA 04-44840K) in Santa Clara County. ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (5) STIP Amendment for Action: The Alameda County Transportation Commission proposes to program $5,274,000 in Regional Improvement Program shares of Alameda County to Construction phase for the I-680 Southbound Express Lane from Route 84 to Alcosta Boulevard project, in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. (04-ALA-680 R10.600/R21.900 PPNO 2905F) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (6) STIP Amendment for Action: The Solano Transportation Authority proposes to delete STIP construction funds from the Route 37 Fairgrounds Drive Interchange Improvement Project – Phase 1 project (04-SOL-37 PM 15.000 PPNO 5201G) and reprogram those and additional STIP funds to cover the PS&E funding shortfall for the Westbound I-80 Cordelia Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility project° in Solano County. (04-SOL-80 14.800/16.500 PPNO 8273C) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (7) STIP Amendment for Action: The Solano Transportation Authority proposes to delay construction for the Route 12/Church Road Intersection Improvements project in Solano County. (04-Sol-12, PM 24.3/25.2, PPNO 2251A) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (12) STIP Amendment for Action: Tehama County proposes to delay Construction for the 99W & Gyle Road to South Main Street and I-5 Overcrossing project in Tehama County. (County Sign Route A11/Fmr. US 99W ∥ 02-TEH-05 R13.974/R24.919, PPNO 2569) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (14) STIP Amendment for Action: The Department proposes to delay Construction for the Feather River Inn Intersection Improvement project on Route 70 in Plumas County. (02-PLU-70 65.800/R66.200, PPNO 3703) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (17) STIP Amendment for Action: Santa Barbara County and the Department propose to amend the funding and schedule for the South Coast US 101 High Occupancy Vehicles Lanes – Carpinteria (Segment 4A) Mitigation project in Santa Barbara County. (05-SB-101 1.400/R4.800, PPNO 7101X) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (19) STIP Amendment for Action: Request to use the funding available through the 2021 Mid-Cycle STIP and share distribution of the federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 funds (COVID Relief Funds) to: ❧ Approved

  • Add 14 new projects to the 2021 Mid-Cycle STIP.
  • Increase funding or advance funding to 21 projects currently programmed in the 2020 STIP.

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, such as Planning Programming and Monitoring): (Note: STIP amendments do not provide a lot of detail. These were noticed back in March and May 2021, but didn’t make the pages due to the lack of information.)

  • Alameda:
    • Add New Project: Route 680 Southbound Express Lane from Route 84 to Alcosta Blvd (PPNO 2905F); program $5,792K to the CON support phase in FY 2021-22.
    • Add New Project: Route 880 Oakland/Alameda Access, Broadway-Jackson, Improvement (PPNO 0044D); program $50K to the PS&E phase in FY 2022-23.
    • Add New Project: Route 80 Ashby Interchange Improvements (PPNO 0069V); program $50K to the PS&E phase in FY 2022-23.
    • Add New Project: Route 880 Interchanges Improvements, at Industrial Parkway West and at Whipple Road/Industrial Parkway Southwest (PPNO 0023L); program $50K to the PS&E phase in FY 2022-23.
    • Add New Project: Route 880 Interchanges Improvements, at Winton Avenue and at A Street (PPNO 0023M); program $50K to the PS&E phase in FY 2022-23.
  • Kern:
    • Add New Project: Hageman Road Extension to Route 204 and Flyover (PPNO 3525); program $2,686K to the R/W capital phase in FY 2022-23.
    • Add New Project: Route 58 Eastbound Truck Climbing Lane (PPNO 2664); program $2,272K to the PA&ED phase in FY 2021-22.
  • Madera:
    • Increase funding to the Route 99 South of Madera 6-Lane Widening Project (PPNO 6297); program $230K to the R/W Support phase and $602 to the R/W capital phase in FY 2021-22.
  • Marin:
    • Add New Project: Route 101 Marin-Sonoma Narrows, Segment B7 (PPNO 0361M); program $1,122K to the CON capital phase in FY 2021-22.
  • Mono:
    • Add New Project: Main Street (Route 203) Multi-Use Path (PPNO 2683); program $250K to the PS&E phase in FY 2021-22.
  • Napa:
    • Increase funding to the Route 12/Route 29/Route 221 Soscol Junction Intersection Separation Project (PPNO 0376); program $739K to the CON Support phase in FY 2021-22.
  • Orange:
    • Advance funding from FY 2024-25 to 2021-22 for the Route 74 (Ortega Highway) Calle Entradero-City/County Line Project (PPNO 4110); $800K in PS&E phase.
  • Sacramento:
    • Add New Project: Route 5 Managed Lanes, Route 50 to Sacramento River Bridge (PPNO 5860); program $3,700K to the PA&ED phase in FY 2021-22.
  • Solano:
    • Increase funding to the Solano Route 80 Managed Lanes Project (PPNO 0658L); program $1,859K to the CON capital phase in FY 2021-22.
  • Yolo:
    • Add New Project: Yolo Route 80 Managed Lanes Project (PPNO 8922); program $4,000K to the PA&ED phase in FY 2021-22.

♠ (Jun) (20) STIP Amendment for Action: The Riverside County Transportation Commission proposes to amend the 2020 STIP to program an AB 3090 reimbursement project (PPNO 0077M) in order to use local funds for construction of the Route 91/Route 71 Interchange and Connectors project (PPNO 0077G) in Riverside County, with reimbursement to be scheduled over a three-year period beginning in Fiscal Year 2022-23. ❧ Approved

♠ (Aug) (1) SHOPP Amendments for Approval: Request to: (Related Items under Ref. 2.5b.(1), 2.5b.(2) and 2.5d.(3))

  • Add 18 new projects into the 2020 SHOPP. (2.1a.(1a))
  • Revise 5 projects currently programmed in the 2020 SHOPP.  (2.1a.(1d))

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) #1. 01-DN-101 15.1/15.5. PPNO 01-1151 ProjID 0121000086 EA 0L230. US 101 Near Crescent City, from 2.6 miles to 3.0 miles north of Wilson Creek Road.  Realign roadway, construct retaining walls, and place a video monitoring system. Note: Due to continuous slope movement and increased landslides within the limits of the Last Chance Grade slide complex, emergency project EA 0H690 was initiated to repair four damaged retaining walls, construct one new retaining wall, install removable barrier rail, replace a failed culvert, and construct mechanically stabilized fill.  It has been determined that multiple changes in scope are necessary due to increased settlement, erosion, and slide movement. Due to this change in scope, the contractor has requested to be released from the contract.  This new project EA 0L230 will complete the remaining work which includes moving the roadway to a new alignment, constructing an additional retaining wall, replacing two existing retaining walls, and placing a multi-location video monitoring system. Financials ($ × $1000): PA&ED $0; PS&E $0; R/W Sup $10; Con Sup $2,500; R/W Cap $10; Const Cap $14,000; Total $16,520. Delivery FY 20-21.
  • (1a) #17. 01-Hum-101 1.1/2.2. PPNO 2251 ProjID 0100000266 EA 46480. US 101 Near Garberville, from 0.5 mile south to 0.5 mile north of Richardson Grove Undercrossing. Realign roadway. (Concurrent COS allocation under Resolution FP-21-05; August 2021.) Financials ($ × 1,000; * indicates non-programmed phases): PA&ED $568; *PS&E $674; *R/W Sup $77; *Con Sup $2,713; *R/W Cap $72; *Const Cap $9,460; Total $13,564. Begin Const: 10/1/2023.
  • (1d) #1. 01-Men-20 33.3/34.4 PPNO 01-4587 ProjID 0113000123 EA 0E090. Route 20 Near Ukiah, from North Calpella Overcrossing to 0.5 mile east of County Road 144 at Russian River Bridge and Overhead № 10-0182 and Redwood Valley Undercrossing № 10-0183.  Replace two bridges with a single bridge on a new alignment. (Concurrent CONST and CON ENG allocation under Resolution FP-21-04; August 2021.) Note: Split off mitigation project  EA 0E091/PPNO 01-4587M for onsite revegetation and monitoring from parent project EA 0E090/PPNO 01-4587. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): Con Sup $7,934 ⇒ $7,534; Const Cap $33,291 ⇒ $32,464; Total $48,806 ⇒ $47,579.
  • (1d) #5. 05-SBt-25 54.0 53.7/54.03 PPNO 05-2746; ProjID 0517000185; EA 1J480. Route 25 Near Hollister, at the intersection of Route 25 and Route 156.  Improve safety by constructing a roundabout. (Concurrent CONST and CON ENG allocation under Resolution FP-21-12; August 2021.) Note: Split off environmental mitigation project EA 1J481/PPNO 05-2746Y for landscape and monitoring work from parent project EA 1J480/PPNO 05-2746. Updated financials: ($ × 1,000): Const Cap $7,659 ⇒ $6,559; Total $10,628 ⇒ $9,528.

♠ (Aug) (2) STIP Amendment for Action: Request to use the funding available through the 2021 Mid-Cycle STIP and share distribution of the federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 funds (COVID Relief Funds) to add 8 new projects to the 2021 Mid-Cycle STIP. (Modoc, Placer, Santa Barbara, Tulare and Riverside). 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, such as Planning Programming and Monitoring): (Note: STIP amendments do not provide a lot of detail. These were noticed back in March and May 2021, but didn’t make the pages due to the lack of information.)

  • Add: Capital Region Freight – I-80 project (PPNO 5101A, EA 3F231). 03-PLA-80 0.100/2.200. I-80 In Placer County, from Douglas Boulevard to Riverside Avenue. In the westbound direction, the project adds a 5th through lane on I-80 from east of Douglas Boulevard to west of Riverside Avenue in the city of Roseville. This improvement also includes reducing the existing I- 80 westbound two-lane off-ramp at Douglas Boulevard to one-lane, and modifying the Douglas Boulevard on-ramps, Riverside Avenue off-ramp and northbound on-ramp to accommodate the new lane. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): R/W Cap: 486 ⇒ 466; Const Cap 17,727 ⇒ 21,545; PA&ED 405; PS&E 1,564 ⇒ 1,412; R/W Sup 0 ⇒ 115; Const Sup 2,118 ⇒ 2,955; Total: 22,300 ⇒ 26,897.
  • Add: Santa Barbara US 101 Multi-modal Corridor Project – Segment 4D North project (PPNO 7101W, EA 0N743). 05-SB-101 9.900/10.600. In Santa Barbara County on Route 101, 0.1 miles south of the San Ysidro Avenue Overcrossing to 0.1 miles north of the Olive Mill Overcrossing. Construct HOV Lanes. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): Const Cap: $11,872 ⇒ $11,980; Const Sup $0 ⇒ $2,436; Total $11,872 ⇒ $14,416.
  • Add: Delano to Pixley 6-Lanes project (PPNO 7072, EA 0W791). 06-TUL-99 0.000/13.500. Route 99 Near Earlimart, from County line Road Overcrossing to 0.7 miles north of Avenue 100 (Court Street) Overcrossing.  Widen from 4-lanes to 6-lanes.  Also in Kern County from 0.1 miles south of Cecil Avenue Overcrossing to County Line Road.  Restriped the northbound lanes from lanes to three lanes. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): R/W Cap: $225; Const Cap: $56,800 ⇒ $81,800; PA&ED $3,360 ⇒ $5,160; PS&E $4,450 ⇒ $4,650; R/W Sup $400; Const Sup $10,128 ⇒ $11,100; Total: $75,363 ⇒ $103,335. NOTE: (1) Funding shortfall will be covered by a combination of SR 99 Bond funds and Tulare RIP funds.
  • Revise: Route 71/Route 91 interchange EB-NB Connector project (PPNO 0077G, EA 0F541). 08-RIV-091 R0.900/R2.600. Route 91 Near the City of Corona in Riverside County. Replace eastbound Route 91 to northbound Route 71 loop connector with a direct connector ramp. Realign the Green River Road eastbound entrance ramp to Route 91and construct a collector/distributor system on Route 91 in the eastbound direction between the Green River Road and Serfas Club Drive. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): Const Cap: $135,615 ⇒ $145,684; Total $164,844 ⇒ $174,913.

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

♠ (Jun) (1) STIP Amendments for Notice: Request to add eight new projects to the 2021 Mid-Cycle STIP. 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, such as Planning Programming and Monitoring): (Note: STIP amendments do not provide a lot of detail.) ❧ Information Only

  • Add: Capital Region Freight – I-80 project (PPNO 5101A, EA 3F231). 03-PLA-80 0.100/2.200. I-80 In Placer County, from Douglas Boulevard to Riverside Avenue. In the westbound direction, the project adds a 5th through lane on I-80 from east of Douglas Boulevard to west of Riverside Avenue in the city of Roseville. This improvement also includes reducing the existing I- 80 westbound two-lane off-ramp at Douglas Boulevard to one-lane, and modifying the Douglas Boulevard on-ramps, Riverside Avenue off-ramp and northbound on-ramp to accommodate the new lane. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): R/W Cap: 486 ⇒ 466; Const Cap 17,727 ⇒ 21,545; PA&ED 405; PS&E 1,564 ⇒ 1,412; R/W Sup 0 ⇒ 115; Const Sup 2,118 ⇒ 2,955; Total: 22,300 ⇒ 26,897.
  • Add: Santa Barbara US 101 Multi-modal Corridor Project – Segment 4D North project (PPNO 7101W, EA 0N743). 05-SB-101 9.900/10.600. In Santa Barbara County on Route 101, 0.1 miles south of the San Ysidro Avenue Overcrossing to 0.1 miles north of the Olive Mill Overcrossing. Construct HOV Lanes. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): Const Cap: $11,872 ⇒ $11,980; Const Sup $0 ⇒ $2,436; Total $11,872 ⇒ $14,416.
  • Add: Delano to Pixley 6-Lanes project (PPNO 7072, EA 0W791). 06-TUL-99 0.000/13.500. Route 99 Near Earlimart, from County line Road Overcrossing to 0.7 miles north of Avenue 100 (Court Street) Overcrossing.  Widen from 4-lanes to 6-lanes.  Also in Kern County from 0.1 miles south of Cecil Avenue Overcrossing to County Line Road.  Restriped the northbound lanes from lanes to three lanes. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): R/W Cap: $225; Const Cap: $56,800 ⇒ $81,800; PA&ED $3,360 ⇒ $5,160; PS&E $4,450 ⇒ $4,650; R/W Sup $400; Const Sup $10,128 ⇒ $11,100; Total: $75,363 ⇒ $103,335. NOTE: (1) Funding shortfall will be covered by a combination of SR 99 Bond funds and Tulare RIP funds.
  • Revise: Route 71/Route 91 interchange EB-NB Connector project (PPNO 0077G, EA 0F541). 08-RIV-091 R0.900/R2.600. Route 91 Near the City of Corona in Riverside County. Replace eastbound Route 91 to northbound Route 71 loop connector with a direct connector ramp. Realign the Green River Road eastbound entrance ramp to Route 91and construct a collector/distributor system on Route 91 in the eastbound direction between the Green River Road and Serfas Club Drive. Updated financials ($ × 1,000): Const Cap: $135,615 ⇒ $145,684; Total $164,844 ⇒ $174,913.

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

♠  ✘ (Jun) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: ❧ Withdrawn prior to the meeting
(“°” indicates projects below the level of interest for the pages on this site)

  • 01-Hum-254, PM 4.18. Fish Creek Fish Passage Project. Replace an existing culvert with a bridge at Fish Creek on Route 254 in Humboldt County. (ND) (PPNO 2403) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °03-ED-50, PM 75.4/80.1. South Lake Tahoe Safety Project. Improve roadway lighting and construct complete street elements on US 50 in El Dorado County. (ND) (PPNO 3469) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 03-Sac-05, PM 22.460. I-5 Permit Load Mobility Improvement Project. Improve freight efficiency along I-5 by strengthening or replacing the South Connector Undercrossing to meet current permit rating standards in Sacramento County. (ND) (PPNO 5868) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.5b.(2))
  • °04-SM-01, PM 28.9; 04-SM-84, PM 7.55. Route 1 and Route 84 Structures and Scour Mitigation Project. Construct scour protection at Pilarcitos Creek Bridges on Route 1 and San Gregorio Creek Bridge on Route 84 in San Mateo County. (MND) (PPNO 1483M) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °04-SM-01, PM 26.43/R47.20. Route 1 Traffic Operational Systems Improvements Project. Construct operational improvement elements, such as emergency and incident-management systems, on Route 1 in San Mateo County. (ND) (PPNO 1452A) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 04-SM-101, PM 7.13. US 101 Cordilleras Creek Bridge Replacement Project. Reconstruct Cordilleras Creek Bridge on U.S. 101 in San Mateo County. (MND) (PPNO 1483C) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °05-SCr-09, PM 1.0/4.0. Route 9 Post Miles 1.0 and 4.0 Permanent Restoration. Build sidehill viaducts to permanently restore two locations on Route 9 in Santa Cruz County. (ND) (PPNO 2874) (SHOPP)(Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °05-SLO-41, PM 3.1. Morro Road Soldier Pile Wall Project. Repair a slip out by constructing a soldier pile wall on Route 41 in San Luis Obispo County. (MND) (PPNO 2927) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 06-Mad-99, PM 0.1-8.1. South Madera 6-Lane. Widen Route 99 from four lanes to six lanes in Madera County. (MND) (PPNO 6297) (STIP) (TCEP) (SR99)
  • °07-LA-210, PM R36.82. I-210/San Gabriel River Bridge Hinge Replacement Project. Replace hinges of the San Gabriel River Bridge on I-210 in Los Angeles County. (MND) (PPNO 5026) (SHOPP)

♠  ✘ (Jun) (14) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: 05-SCr-01, PM 10.54/13.44 Santa Cruz Route 1 Auxiliary Lanes. Widen Route 1 to include auxiliary lanes and to accommodate bus-on-shoulder operations in Santa Cruz County.  (FEIR) (PPNO 0073C) (STIP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5c.(6)) ❧ Withdrawn prior to the meeting

♠  (Aug) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding:
(“°” indicates projects below the level of interest for the pages on this site)

  • 01-Hum-36, PM 11.46/34.52. Hum-36 Three Bridges Project. Replace two bridges, upgrade bridge rails, and widen at one bridge on Route 36 in Humboldt County. (MND) (PPNO 2363) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °03-But-32, PM 0.3/5.0. Gianella-Muir Safety Project. Construct safety improvements (widen the existing shoulders to 8 feet, increase the left turn deceleration lane lengths, add intersection safety lighting, add shoulder and centerline rumble strips, improve ride quality of the pavement, repair culverts, and upgrade guardrail at existing bridges) on Route 32 in Butte County. (MND) (PPNO 2116) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 04-Nap-29, PM 33.13. Ritchie Creek Bridge Replacement Project for Fish Passage Improvement. Improve fish passage conditions at the Route 29 crossing over Ritchie Creek in Napa County. (MND) (PPNO 1464K) (SHOPP)
  • 04-Sol-80, PM 10.4/30.2. I-80 Express Lanes Project. Construct express lanes on I-80 in Solano County. (MND) (PPNO 0658L) (STIP) (TCEP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5s.(5)/2.5v.(3))
  • °05-Mon-183, PM R8.3/9.98. Route 183 Castroville Improvement. Rehabilitate pavement and make other improvements (address essential bridge maintenance needs, improve multimodal features (including transit stops, sidewalks, driveways, and curb ramps), install new Intelligent Transportation System features, improve aesthetics, bicycle network continuity, and pedestrian safety) to Route 183 in Monterey County. (MND) (PPNO 2678) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °05-SB-01, PM R36.3/49.2. Solomon Canyon Rumble Strip/Shoulder Widening. Widen shoulders, install edge-line rumble strips, raise the profile of the road at two critical points, extend the existing culverts, and relocate utility poles and other fixed objects outside of the clear recovery zone on Route 1 from Solomon Road to the intersection with Route 166 in Santa Barbara County. (MND) (PPNO 2667) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °06-Tul-198, PM R11.3/R12.0 06-Tul-216, R0.0/2.56. Lovers Lane Operational Improvements and Rehabilitation Project. Rehabilitate pavement and construct other operational improvements on Route 198/Lovers Lane Undercrossing from post mile R11.3 to R12.0 and on Route 216 from post mile R0.0 to 2.56 in Tulare County. Improvements are: widen Lovers Lane below the undercrossing and improve the following four intersections: Lovers Lane (Route 216) at Mineral King Avenue, Lovers Lane at Route 198 on the eastbound on-ramps and off-ramps, Lovers Lane at Noble Avenue, and Route 198 on the westbound on-ramps and off-ramps at Mineral King Avenue. Also extend the life of existing pavement along Route 216 by rehabilitating the existing pavement and including all pertinent standards as required by the 3R Program (resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation). (MND) (PPNO 6696) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 07-LA-605, PM R18.9/R19.5. I-605/Valley Boulevard Interchange Improvements Project. Improve mobility and resolve deficiencies on I-605 at the Valley Boulevard interchange in Los Angeles County. (ND) (EA 28680) (FTIP). Specifically: reconfigure, widen, and/or modify the I-605 freeway on-ramps and off-ramps as well as improvements to Valley Boulevard (adding through lane and turn lanes) and widen Temple Avenue to improve traffic flow.
  • 07-LA-91, PM R11.8/R13.2. Eastbound Route 91/Atlantic Avenue to Cherry Avenue Auxiliary Lane Improvements Project. Develop and implement an auxiliary lane to enhance safety conditions, reduce congestion, and improve freeway operations on eastbound  Route 91 in Los Angeles County. (MND) (PPNO 5496) (STIP)
  • 07-Ven-33, PM 18.88/19.04. VEN-33 Road Safety Enhancement Project. Reduce collision severity on Route 33 by widening the roadway and upgrading rock barriers, among other improvements, in Ventura County. (MND) (PPNO 5145) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 09-Mno-395, PM 91.6/93.4. Sonora Junction Shoulders Project. Widen paved highway shoulders, correct the super- elevation of three curves, add rumble strips, replace guardrails, and rehabilitate pavement on US 395 in Mono County. (MND) (PPNO 2460) (SHOPP) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 10-SJ-05, PM 26.1/27.6. Stockton Channel Viaduct Bridge Improvements. Replace the northbound and southbound Stockton Channel Viaduct Bridges on I-5 in San Joaquin County. (MND) (PPNO 3133) (SHOPP)

♠ (Aug) (3) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 07-LA-105, PM R0.5/R1 8.1; 07-LA-110, PM R13.8/R14.8. I-105 ExpressLanes Project. Construct a continuous managed lanes facility on I-105 Los Angeles County. (FEIR) (PPNO 4858) (STIP).

2.3a. Route Adoptions

♠ (Jun) (1) One Rescission of Freeway Adoption: 05-Mon-101 PM R91.9/101.3 05-SBt-101 PM 0.0/2.9. A portion of US 101 from Espinosa Road to Route 156 in the counties of Monterey and San Benito. ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (2) One Route Adoption as a Freeway: 05-Mon-156 PM R1.3/T5.2. On Route 156 from 0.2 mile east of Route 183 to US 101❧ Approved

2.3b. New Public Road Connection

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

2.3c. Relinquishments

♠ (Jun) Five Relinquishment Resolutions: ❧ Approved

  1. 01-Men-101-PM 47.53/48.73. Right of way along US101 from the city of Willits north to approximately 0.3 miles south of US 101 and the old Northwestern Pacific Railroad crossing, in the County of Mendoci№
  2. 03-Nev-20-PM R9.9/R10.1. Right of way along Route 20 on Deadman’s Flat Road and South Ponderosa Way, in the county of Nevada.
  3. 06-Mad-41-PM 0.0/2.5. Right of way along Route 41 between Avenue 8 and Avenue 12, in the county of Madera.
  4. 11-SD-5-PM 15.4. Right of way along I-5 at Pershing Drive, in the city of San Diego.
  5. 12-Ora-90-PM 11.8/12.7. Right of way along Route 90 at Esperanza Road, in the county of Orange

♠ (Aug) Three Relinquishment Resolutions:

  1. 06-Tul-201-PM 12.5. Right of way along Route 201 on Road 116, in the county of Tulare.
  2. 10-SJ-99-PM 7.4/11.9. Right of way along Route 99 on Lathrop Road, in the county of San Joaquin.
  3. 10-SJ-99-PM 15.6. Right of way along Route 99 on Clark Drive, in the county of San Joaquin.

2.3d. Vacations

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

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

♠ (Jun) (1) Request of $375,818,000 for 37 SHOPP projects. ❧ Approved as revised
(Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.5c.(8))

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

  • #1. $78,032,000. 01-DN-101 35.8/36.5. PPNO 01-0100V; ProjID 0100000193; EA 43640. US 101 Near Crescent City, from 0.3 mile south to 0.4 mile north of Smith River (Dr. Ernest M Fine Memorial) Bridge № 01-0020.   Outcome/Output: Replace bridge along the existing alignment and construct a temporary bridge to be utilized as a detour. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-21; March 2020.) (SB 1 Baseline Agreement approval under Resolution SHOPP-P-1920-09B; June 2020.) (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-008; June 2021.) (As part of the allocation request, the Department is requesting to extend CON and CON ENG an additional 18 months beyond the 36 month deadline.). Allocation: CON ENG $11,231,000; CONST $71,476,000 (includes allocation from savings from preliminary engineering phases).
  • #7. $10,200,000. 03-Nev-20 29.7/30.9. PPNO 03-3994; ProjID 0315000116; EA 0H240. Route 20: Near Nevada City, from 0.1 mile east of White Cloud Campground to 0.9 mile west of Washington Road. Outcome/Output: Improve safety by realigning curves, widening shoulders,  adding turnouts, and improving clear recovery zone.  This project will reduce number and severity of collisions. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-45; June 2020.) (EA 0H240/PPNO 03-3994 combined with EA 0H660/PPNO 03-3996, EA 1H810/PPNO 03-3999, and EA 2H620/PPNO 03-4000 for construction under EA 2H62U/Project ID 0319000021.) Allocation (including use of savings from preliminary phases): CON ENG $1,286,000 CONST $8,237,000.
  • #9. $32,370,000. 03-Nev-20 37.1/39.8. PPNO 03-4000; ProjID 0317000165; EA 2H620. Route 20 Near Emigrant Gap, from 0.3 mile west of Excelsior Point Road to 1.2 miles west of Zeibright Road. Outcome/Output: Improve safety by realigning curves and widening shoulders, and construct two animal crossings. This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-45; June 2020.) (EA 2H620/PPNO 03-4000 combined with EA 0H240/PPNO 03-3994, EA 1H810/PPNO 03-3999, and EA 0H660/PPNO 03-3996 for construction under EA 2H62U/Project ID 0319000021.) Allocation (including use of savings from preliminary phases):CON ENG $3,480,000 CONST $27,480,000.
  • #19. $12,639,000. 05-SLO-1 34.5. PPNO 05-0072A; ProjID 0515000098; EA 0L722. Route 1 Near Morro Bay, at Old Creek Bridge № 49-0070R. Outcome/Output: Replace bridge, provide standard bridge rails and shoulders, install rock slope protection, and upgrade guardrail and end treatments. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-18-62; June 2018.) (Twelve month time extension for CONST and CON ENG approved under Waiver 20-31; June 2020.)  Allocation: CON ENG $2,702,000 CONST $10,836,000.
  • #28. $10,325,000. 10-Cal-4 R14.7/16.1. PPNO 10-3067A; ProjID 1018000164; EA 0E531. Route 4 Near Copperopolis and Angels Camp, from Pool Station Road to west of Appaloosa Way.  Realign roadway, implement safety features by improving shoulder width, and rehabilitate culverts.   Outcome/Output: Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to Calaveras County to rehabilitate roadway.  This project will improve safety and ride quality. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-17-35; June 2017.) (Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to non-SHOPP funded project EA 0E530/PPNO 10-3067 under resolution FP 20 -82.)
  • #29. $11,735,000. 10-SJ-26 1.11. PPNO 10-3169; ProjID 1016000032; EA 1F170. Route 26 Near Stockton, at Route 26/99 Separation № 29-0142. Outcome/Output: Establish standard vertical clearance by raising the existing structure, reconstruct bridge approaches, widen shoulders, and construct sidewalks. Allocation (includes savings and other sources): CON ENG $3,221,000 CONST $11,536,000.

♠ (Jun) (2) Request of $70,192,000 for 76 $47,269,000 for 58 2020 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and Right of Way support. ❧ Approved as revised
(Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.2c.(1) and 2.2c.(13))

Of these, the following were of interest for the highway pages:
((2a) Support Allocations for non-SB1 SHOPP Projects; (2b) Support Allocations for SHOPP SB 1 Projects of Primary Asset Classes)

  • (2a) #1. 01-DN-199 24 1/24 3. PPNO 1141; ProjID 0120000129; EA 0K640. Route 199 Near Gasquet, from Middle Fork Smith River Bridge to 0.2 mile north of Middle Fork Smith River Bridge. Curve improvement. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-008; June 2021.). Allocation: PA&ED $1,325,000 (FY23-24).
  • (2a) #4. 02-PLU-36 R13.6/R14.2; PPNO 3759; ProjID 0219000145; EA 0J640. Route 36 Near Chester, from 0.3 mile west to 0.3 mile east of County Road A13. Construct roundabout. Allocation: R/W Sup $190,000 (22-23)
  • (2a) #7 04-Ala-80 5.9/6.4; 04-Ala-680 16.9/17.1. PPNO 1489A; ProjID 0415000110; EA 3J260. I-80 In Berkeley, from University Avenue to west of Gilman Street; also in Contra Costa County, in Pleasant Hill on Route 680 from Oak Park Boulevard to 0.2 mile north of Oak Park Boulevard (PM 16.9/17.1). Construct outer separation concrete barriers between freeway and frontage roads. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-008; June 2021.) Allocation: PA&ED $790,000 (23-24)
  • (2a) #17. 07-LA-1 43.9/44.4. PPNO 5505; ProjID 0719000001; EA 35490. Route 1 In Malibu, from 0.2 mile south to 0.3 mile north of Las Flores Canyon Road. Install protected left­ turn signal phases for southbound movements, extend left-turn lane, upgrade facilities to Americans with Disabilities (ADA) standards, and upgrade signal poles, mast arms, and hardware. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-009; June 2021.) Allocation: PS&E $1,462,000 R/W Sup $21,000 (21-22)
  • (2a) #25 08-Riv-79 M32.3/M33.8. PPNO 3015N; ProjID 0819000148; EA 1L080. Route 79 Near San Jacinto, from Ramona Expressway/Sanderson Avenue to Gilman Springs Road (PM M33.793).  Construct concrete median barrier and install ground-in rumble strips. Allocation: PS&E $1,110,000 ($966,000 programmed); R/W Sup $21,000 (21-22)
  • (2a) #26. 08-SBd-395 4.8/7.6. PPNO 3017R; ProjID 0821000009; EA 1L890. US 395 In and near Hesperia, from north of Joshua Street to Eucalyptus Street. Construct four-foot median, standard shoulders, and rumble strips and upgrade guardrail. (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-008; June 2021.) Allocation: PA&ED $1,302,000 (24-25).

♠ (Jun) (3) Request of $257,353,000 for seven SHOPP projects, programmed FY 21-22. ❧ Approved as revised
(Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.5c.(4))

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

  • #1. $33,310,000. 03-But-70 0.0/3.8. PPNO 03-2296; ProjID 0318000102; EA 3H930. Route 70 Near Oroville, from Yuba County line to 0.3 mile south of East Gridley Road/Stimpson Road; also in Yuba County, on Route 70 from PM 25.7 to PM 25.822. Outcome/Output: Improve safety by widening for two-way left-turn lane and shoulders, establish 20 feet of clear recovery zone, overlay pavement with rubberized asphalt, and upgrade drainage.  This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. Allocation: CON ENG $3,200,000 CONST $28,750,000.
  • #5. $200,400,000. 08-Riv-10 R60.7/R74.3. PPNO 08-3008A; ProjID 0816000086; EA 1C081. I-10 In and near Coachella, from 0.3 mile east of Coachella Canal to 0.2 mile east of Hazy Gulch Bridge.  Outcome/Output: Grind pavement and overlay with concrete.  Construct eastbound truck climbing lane.  A one lane temporary detour will be constructed in the median for traffic handling. Allocation: CON ENG $15,400,000 CONST $185,000,000. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-121; December 2020.) (SB 1 Baseline Agreement approval under Resolution SHOPP-P-2021-04B; January 2021.) (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-009; June 2021.)
  • #6. $6,744,000. 11-SD-5 R47.0/R48.0. PPNO 11-1279; ProjID 1117000206; EA 43017. I-5 In Carlsbad, from Palomar Airport Road to Cannon Road. Outcome/Output: Construct auxiliary lane in southbound direction for operational efficiency.  This is a Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC) project. Allocation: CON ENG $1,243,000 CONST $5,501,000 . (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-14-11; March 2014.) (EA 43017/PPNO 11-1279 combined with STIP EA 2T357/PPNO 11-0615G and STIP EA 2T358/PPNO 11-0615H for construction under EA 2T35U/Project ID 1121000195.) (Related STIP allocation for EA 2T357/PPNO 11-0615G approved under Resolution FP-20-47; January 2021.) (Related STIP allocation for EA 2T358/PPNO 11-0615H under Resolution E-20-93.)

♠ (Jun) (5) Request of $84,830,000 for the SHOPP Safety Improvement project from Laurellen Road South Honcut Creek Bridge, on Route 70, in Yuba County. (PPNO 9819) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5c.(8)) ❧ Approved

♠ (Aug) (1) Request of $901,049,000 for 62 SHOPP projects.
(Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1))

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

  • #5. $12,217,000. 01-Lak-29 50.82. PPNO 01-3130; ProjID 0118000172; EA 0E081. Route 29 Near Upper Lake, at Robinson Creek Bridge № 14-0030; also on Route 175 at Kelsey Creek Bridge № 14-0044 (PM 19.48); also on Route 20 at Morrison Creek Bridge № 14-0004 (PM 16.81).  Outcome/Output: Widen bridge and upgrade bridge rails at Robinson Creek Bridge and Morrison Creek Bridge, and replace existing Kelsey Creek Bridge. Allocation: CON ENG $2,330,000 CONST $8,608,000. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-67; August 2020.)
  • #6. $37,849,000. 01-Men-20 33.3/34.4. PPNO 01-4587; ProjID 0113000123; EA 0E090. Route 20 Near Ukiah, from North Calpella Overcrossing to 0.5 mile east of County Road 144 at Russian River Bridge and Overhead № 10-0182 and Redwood Valley Undercrossing № 10-0183. Outcome/Output: Replace two bridges with a single bridge on a new alignment. Allocation: CON ENG $7,534,000 CONST $32,464,000. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-42; June 2020.) (As part of this allocation request, the Department is requesting to extend the completion of construction an additional 6 months beyond the 36 month deadline.) (Six month time extension for CONST and CON ENG approved under Waiver 21-59; June 2021.) (Concurrent amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-010; August 2021.)
  • #9. $5,301,000. 02-Teh-99 9.0/9.3. PPNO 02-3642: ProjID 0216000148; EA 1H510. Route 99 Near Los Molinos, at Champlin Slough Bridge № 08-0006.  Outcome/Output: Replace bridge, install rock slope protection, replace guardrail, and reconstruct roadway. Allocation: CON ENG $990,000 CONST $4,370,000. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-44; June 2020)
  • #12. $98,488,000. 03-Gle-162 76.3/78.6. PPNO 03-2633; ProjID 0312000052; EA 3F060. Route 162 Near Butte City, from Route 45 to 0.4 mile east of McDougall Street.    Outcome/Output: Replace Sacramento River Bridge № 11-0017 and viaduct approach to current standards, and reconstruct east side roadway to conform with new structure. Allocation: CON ENG $10,000,000 CONST $85,000,000. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-19-49; June 2019.) (Twelve month time extension for CONST and CON ENG approved under Waiver 21-59; June 2021.) (As part of this allocation request, the Department is requesting to extend the completion of the CONST and CON ENG an additional 12 months beyond the 36 month deadline.)
  • #14. $22,827,000. 03-Nev-80 13.04/16.5. PPNO 03-4294; ProjID 0316000064; EA 1H180. I-80 In Truckee, from 0.1 mile west of Donner Park Overcrossing to Route 80/89/267 Separation. Outcome/Output: Rehabilitate roadway by grinding and placing Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA), construct auxiliary lane, upgrade Transportation Management System (TMS) elements, rehabilitate drainage systems, and upgrade facilities to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.  This project will improve safety and ride quality. Allocation: CON ENG $2,000,000 CONST $20,430,000. (EA 1H180/PPNO 03-4294 combined with EA 1H181/PPNO 03-4318 for construction under EA 1H18U/Project ID 0321000106.)
  • #15. $4,200,000. 03-Nev-80 13.05/16.5. PPNO 03-4318; ProjID 0321000035; EA 1H181. I-80 In Truckee, from 0.1 mile west of Donner Park Overcrossing to Route 80/89/267 Separation. Outcome/Output: Construct three auxiliary lanes and an acceleration lane to reduce congestion and improve highway operations and mobility. Allocation: CON ENG $500,000 CONST $3,700,000. (EA 1H181/PPNO 03-4318 combined with EA 1H180/PPNO 03-4294 for construction under EA 1H18U/Project ID 0321000106.) (Two month time extension for CONST and CON ENG approved under Waiver 21-59; June 2021.)
  • #35. $15,687,000. 06-Tul-245 1.19/1.59. PPNO 06-6787; ProjID 0615000293; EA 0U280. Route 245 Near Woodlake, at Yokohl Creek Bridge № 46-0011; also at Kaweah River Bridge № 46-0073 (PM 4.19/4.30). Outcome/Output: Replace bridges to upgrade to current standards, facilitate bike lane shoulders, and upgrade guard rail. Allocation (some from other sources): CON ENG $3,400,000 CONST $18,000,000. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-19-93; October 2019.) (Six month time extension for CONST and CON ENG approved under Waiver 21-59; June 2021.)
  • #57. $11,840,000. 08-SBd-60 R1.37. PPNO 08-3009R; ProjID 0817000240; EA 1J210. Route 60 In Chino, at Ramona Avenue Overcrossing № 54-0745. Outcome/Output: Improve freight corridor movement by removing vertical clearance constraint by lowering the profile of Route 60. Allocation: CON ENG $2,420,000 CONST $8,970,000.

♠ (Aug) (2) 83 Request of $64,440,000 for 65 2020 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental, design and R/W support.
(Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.2c.(1))

Of these, the following were of interest for the highway pages:
((2a) Support Allocations for non-SB1 SHOPP Projects; (2b) Support Allocations for SHOPP SB 1 Projects of Primary Asset Classes)

  • (2a) #1. 01-Hum-101 1.1/2.2. PPNO 01-2251; ProjID 0100000266; EA 46480. US 101 Near Garberville, from 0.5 mile south to 0.5 mile north of Richardson Grove Undercrossing. Realign roadway. Allocation: PA&ED $568,000 (22-23) (PA&ED only) (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 20H-010; August 2021.)
  • (2a) #14. 07-Ven-33 18.9/19.1. PPNO 07-5145; ProjID 0716000257; EA 33230. Route 33 Near Ojai, north of North Fork Matilija Creek Bridge № 52-450. Widen the roadway by four feet, upgrade rock block barrier, and place High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST). (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-21-81; August 2021.) (Four month time extension for PS&E approved under Waiver 21-59; June 2021.) Allocation: PS&E $1,460,000 ($1,558,000 programmed) (21-22)
  • (2a) #16. 09-Mno-395 91.6/93.4. PPNO 09-2460; ProjID 0917000011; EA 36800. US 395 Near Bridgeport, from Burcham Flat Road to 0.3 mile south of Route 395/108 Junction. Widen shoulders, install rumble strips, and correct superelevation at three curves. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-21-87; August 2021.) Allocation: PS&E $1,764,000; R/W Sup $395,000.
  • (2a) #20. 10-SJ-99 4.6/5.3. PPNO 10-3126A; ProjID 1018000159; EA 1E74U. Route 99 In Manteca, from south of Austin Road to south of Route 99/Route 120 Separation. Operational improvements by lengthening and reconstructing overcrossing and railroad overhead, eliminate one interchange, and upgrade safety barriers. Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) for construction implementation. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-19-86; October 2019.) (Two month time extension for PS&E approved under Waiver 21-59; June 2021.) Allocation: PS&E $20,000.
  • (2a) #22. 10-SJ-120 11.6. PPNO 10-3477; ProjID 1019000084; EA 1K460, Route 120 Near Manteca, at French Camp Road. Construct roundabout. Allocation: PS&E $1,598,000  R/W Sup $591,000 ($350,000 programmed).
  • (2b) #1. 01-Hum-36 11.3/34.6. PPNO 01-2363; ProjID 0112000292; EA 0C500. Route 36 Near Bridgeville, at Hely Creek Bridge № 04-0092, Little Larabee Creek Bridge № 04-0102 (PM 25.3), and Butte Creek Bridge № 04-0116. Upgrade bridge rails and widen at one bridge, and replace two bridges. (G13 Contingency) (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-21-72; August 2021.) (Four month time extension for PS&E and R/W Sup approved under Waiver 21-59; June 2021.) Allocation: PS&E $2,622,000, R/W Sup $245,000.

♠ (Aug) (4) Request of $56,254,000 for the SHOPP permanent slope restoration project on Route 1 near Oxnard (07-Ven-1 4.0/4.2), from 0.4 to 0.2 mile south of Sycamore Canyon Road, in Ventura County. (PPNO 4930)

2.5c Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

♠ (Jun) (1) Request of $21,968,000 for the State-Administered STIP I-80/Gilman Interchange Bicycle/Pedestrian Over-crossing and Access Improvements (Phase 2: Interchange, in Alameda County). (PPNO 2323B) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (4) Request of $17,200,000 for the State-Administered STIP Route 70 Passing Lanes (Segment 3) project, on the State Highway System, in Butte County, programmed in FY 21-22. (PPNO 9801B) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(3)) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (5) / 2.5v.(1) Request of $40,000,000 for the State-Administered STIP I-5 North Coast Corridor HOV Extension – Phase 1 Carlsbad HOV package 2 project, on the State Highway System, in San Diego County, programmed in FY 22-23. (PPNO 0615H) ❧ Approved

♠ ✘ (Jun) (6) 132 Request of $1,850,000 for the locally-administered STIP State Route 1 – State Park to Bay/Porter Auxiliary Lanes project, on the State Highway System, in Santa Cruz County, programmed in FY 21-22. (PPNO 0073C) (Related Items under Ref. 2.2c.(14), 4.10 and 4.12) ❧ Withdrawn prior to the meeting

♠ (Jun) (8) 128 Request of $24,500,000 for the State-Administered STIP Passing Lanes Segment 4 & 5 Project for Route 70, on the State Highway System, in Yuba County. (PPNO 9824) (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(1)) ❧ Approved

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

♠ (Aug) (3) Request for $9,857,000 (50.3 percent increase) allocation in Construction Capital and $2,165,000 (48.8 percent increase) allocation in Construction Support for the SHOPP Collision Reduction project on Route 25 in San Benito County. (EA 1J480, PPNO 2746)
(Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1))

2.5e Supplemental Fund Allocations

♠ (Jun) (1) Request for an additional $2,450,000 (92.4 percent increase) in Pre-Construction Support, Project Approval and Environmental Document (PA&ED) phase, for the SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation project on Route 166 in Kern County.  (EA 0S050, PPNO 6726) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (3) Request for an additional $5,040,000 (80.6 percent increase) in Pre-Construction Support, Plans, Specifications and Estimate (PS&E) phase, for the SHOPP Major Damage (Permanent Restoration) project on Route 140 in Mariposa County. (EA 0P921, PPNO 0280) ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) (9) Request for an additional $46,413,000 (23.7 percent increase) in Construction Capital and $8,000,000 (22.7 percent increase) in Construction Support for the Multi-funded I-5 High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV)/Empire Avenue and Burbank Boulevard Interchange on I-5 in Los Angeles County. (EA 1218W, PPNO 3985) ❧ Approved with recommendations

♠ (Aug) (1) Request for an additional $425,000 (20 percent increase) in Pre-Construction Support, Project Approval and Environmental Document (PA&ED) phase, for the SHOPP Bridge Replacement project on  Route 1 in Mendocino County. (EA 0E110, PPNO 4588)

♠ (Aug) (6) Request for an additional $500,000 (13.9 percent increase) in Construction Support for the SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation project on Route 263 and Route 96 in Siskiyou County. (EA 2E480, PPNO 3424)

2.5f Financial Allocations for SHOPP

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

  • Emergency G-11 Allocations (2.5f.(1)): $35,694,000 for seven projects.
  • SHOPP Safety Sub-Allocations  (2.5f.(3)): $19,181,000 for three projects.
  • Minor G-05-16 Allocations (2.5f.(4)): $10,500,000 for 11 projects.

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

  • (3) #1. $4,150,000. 01-Hum-36 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. Outcome/Output: Improve safety by realigning curves,  improve cross slope, widen shoulders, construct retaining wall, overlay pavement, replace culverts, and install guardrail.  This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-86; October 2020.) Allocation Date: 05/17/2021 Allocation: CON ENG $1,043,000; CONST $2,678,000.
  • (3) #3. $918,000. 08-SBd-259 1.1/1.2. PPNO 08-3016C; ProjID 0819000102; EA 1K780. Route 259 In the city of San Bernardino, from H Street to Route 210. Outcome/Output: Construct median barrier. This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. Allocation Date: 05/12/2021. Allocation: CON ENG $347,000 CONST $491,000.

♠ (Aug) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority:

  • Emergency G-11 Allocations (2.5f.(1)): $45,130,000 for 11 projects.
  • SHOPP Safety Sub-Allocations (2.5f.(3)): $42,295,000 for 10 projects.
  • Minor G-05-16 Allocations (2.5f.(4)):  $5,713,000 for five projects.

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

  • (1) #1. $16,500,000. 01-DN-101 15.1/15.5. PPNO 01-1151; ProjID 0121000086; EA 0L230. US 101 Near Crescent City, from 2.6 miles to 3.0 miles north of Wilson Creek Road.  Due to continuous slope movement and increased landslides within the limits of the Last Chance Grade slide complex, emergency project 0H690 was initiated to repair four damaged retaining walls, construct one new retaining wall, install removable barrier rail, replace a failed culvert, and construct mechanically stabilized fill.  It has been determined that multiple changes in scope are necessary due to increased settlement, erosion, and slide movement.  Due to this change in scope, the contractor has requested to be released from the contract.  This new project 0L230 will complete the remaining work which includes moving the roadway to a new alignment, constructing an additional retaining wall, replacing two existing retaining walls, and placing a multi- location video monitoring system. Initial G-11 Allocation  06/23/2021: $16,500,000 (CON ENG $2,500,000; CONST $14,000,000) (Additional $10,000 was allocated for right of way purposes.)
  • (1) #7. $4,500,000. 05-Mon-1 29.6/36.8. PPNO 05-3041; ProjID 0521000015; EA 1N410. Route 1 Near Big Sur, from 1.5 miles north of Big Creek Bridge to 0.6 mile north of Julia Via Bridge; also from 0.9 mile to 0.5 mile south of Big Creek Bridge (PM 27.2/27.6).  Heavy rainfall on January 27th and 28th caused large debris flows and a major washout at Rat Creek. The larger than normal debris flow is due to the Dolan Fire that burned over 128,000 acres in August 2020.  The high intensity storms  combined with fire damage debris lead to a blocked existing sixty-six inch drainage pipe that conveyed the flow under the embankment.  Runoff began to pond behind the roadway embankment until it overtopped the highway.  Resulting drainage water overtopping eroded the fill on the downstream side, and eventually eroded across both lanes.  This project will clear mud and debris, clear culvert inlets in the area, and place an enhanced embankment solution and pavement to restore the eroded roadway.  This supplemental is necessary to repair damage that was initially unknown due to limited access at the time. Approximately 190,000 cubic yards of debris were removed versus the 25,000 cubic yards that were originally estimated in addition to four drainage locations that were originally not identified. Initial G-11 Allocation  03/01/2021: $13,200,000; Supplemental G-11 Allocation  05/12/2021: $4,500,000 (CONST); Revised Allocation: $17,700,000. (Additional $3,000,000 was allocated for right of way purposes.)
  • (3) #3. $4,970,000. 06-Ker-184 L0.9/L1.1. PPNO 06-6791; ProjID 0616000124; EA 0V280.  Route 184 Near Lamont, at the intersection with Sunset Boulevard. Outcome/Output: Improve safety and operations by constructing a roundabout.  This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-18-159; December 2018.) (Twelve month time extension for CONST and CON ENG approved under Waiver 20-31; June 2020.) Allocation Date: 06/01/2021. Allocation division: CON ENG $970,000 CONST $4,200,000.
  • (3) #5. $6,286,000. 08-Riv-215 R36.6/R37.2. PPNO 08-3013W; ProjID 0819000045; EA 1K460. I-215 Near the city of Riverside, from 0.2 mile north of Alessandro Boulevard to 0.2 mile south of Eucalyptus Avenue.  Outcome/Output: Improve safety and operations by constructing auxiliary lanes in the northbound and southbound directions between the onramps and offramps. This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. (Two month time extension for CONST and CON ENG approved under Waiver 21-59; June 2021.) Allocation Date: 07/15/2021. Allocation division: CON ENG $1,251,000 CONST $6,015,000.
  • (3) #8. $8,146,000. 08-SBd-138 0.0/2.3. PPNO 08-3010F; 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). Outcome/Output: Inprove safety by widening roadway to provide up to a 14 foot median, widening shoulders, and constructing rumble strips.  This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-93; October 2020.) Allocation Date: 07/15/2021. Allocation division: CON ENG $1,629,000; CONST $6,387,000.

2.5g Prop 1B Project Allocations

♠ (Aug) (2) Request of $7,719,000 for the State-Administered multi-funded Prop 1B – Route 99/TCEP South Madera 6-Lane project, on the State Highway System, in Madera County. (PPNO 6297)

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

♠ (Jun) (1) Request of $5,000,000 for two State-Administered LPP (Formulaic) projects, on the State Highway System. (Related Item under Ref. 4.16) ❧ Approved

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

  • #1. $2,500,000. 05-SBt-156 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. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-11-76; October 2011.) This allocation of $2,500,000 in LPP-Formulaic funds will be used to reduce  the local funds to $7,139,000  for the STIP project approved in December 2020 under Resolution FP-20-35 . (Concurrent LPP-F Programming Amendment under Resolution LPP-P-2021-15; June 2021) (The Department requests non-proportional spending) Allocation: CONST $2,500,000.
  • #2. $2,500,000. 05-SBt-25 51.5/58.2. PPNO 05-3061; ProjID 0520000007; EA 48541. State Route 25 Expressway Conversion (Segment 1). San Felipe Road to 0.3 mile north of Hudner 0.8 mile west of Route 25 0.5 mile east of Route 25. Construct interchange and convert to four-lane expressway. (Concurrent LPP (Formulaic) Programming Amendment under Resolution LPP-P-2021-15; June 2021) (Contribution of $2,500,000 local Measure G funds) (The Department request non-proportional spending.) Allocation: PA&ED $2,500,000.

♠ (Jun) (4) / 2.5v.(2) Request of $11,680,000 for the locally-administered multi-funded STIP/LPP (Competitive) State Route 4 Wagon Trail Realignment (Western Segment) project, on the State Highway System, in Calaveras County, programmed in FY 21-22. (PPNO 3067) ❧ Approved
(Related Item under Ref. 4.12)

♠ (Jun) (5) Request of $24,002,000 for the State-Administered TCEP Westbound I-80 Cordelia Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility project, on the State Highway System, in Solano County. (PPNO 8273C) ❧ Approved
(Related Item under Ref. 4.13)

♠ (Jun) (6) Request of $5,037,000 for the locally-administered multi-funded STIP/LPP (Formulaic) State Route 132 West Freeway/Expressway Phase II project, on the State Highway System, in Stanislaus County, programmed in FY 22-23. (PPNO 0944A) ❧ Approved
(Related Item under Ref. 4.16)

♠ ✘ (Jun) (8) Request of $29,859,000 for the State-Administered multi-funded SCCP/STIP Highway 1, 41st Avenue to Soquel Avenue Auxiliary Lanes, Bus on Shoulder and Chanticleer Bike/Ped Bridge project, on the State Highway System, in Santa Cruz County, programmed in FY 21-22.  (PPNO 0073A) ❧ Withdrawn prior to the meeting

♠ (Aug) (2)  Request of $7,395,000 for the locally administered LPP (Formulaic) I-5 Improvement from I-405 to Yale Avenue, Segment 1 project, on the State Highway System, in Orange County. (PPNO 2743)

♠ (Aug) (5) / 2.5v.(3) Request of $142,559,000 for the State-Administered multi-funded TCEP/STIP Solano I-80 Managed Lanes project, on the State Highway System, in Solano County. (PPNO 0658L)
(Related Item under Ref. 2.2c.(1))

♠ (Aug) (6) / 2.5v.(4) Request of $41,240,000 for the State-Administered multi-funded SCCP/STIP Marin Sonoma Narrows (MSN) Contract B7 project, on US 101 on the State Highway System, in Marin County. (PPNO 0361M)

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

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

4. TCIF and Aeronautic Program Updates / Policy Matters

♠ (Jun) 4.16 Local Partnership Formulaic Program Amendment: ❧ Approved
(Related Items under Ref.2.5s.(1), 2.5s.(3), 2.5s.(6), 2.6s.(1))

  • Add eight projects in various counties, and
  • Add supplemental funds to the Commercial Street Phase 2 Project  in Nevada County.

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, such as Planning Programming and Monitoring):

  • The Alameda County Transportation Commission and the Bay Area Toll Authority requested to add the I-680 Southbound Express Lane from Route 84 to Alcosta Boulevard Project in Alameda County. The Alameda County Transportation Commission requested to program their available 2020 formulaic funding for construction as follows: $8,006,000 in Fiscal Year 2021-22 and $4,003,000 in Fiscal Year 2022-23. The Bay Area Toll Authority requests to program $10,000,000 of their available 2020 formulaic funding for construction in Fiscal Year 2021-22. This project will close the nine-mile gap between the High Occupancy Vehicle/express lanes on southbound Interstate 680 between approximately Route 84 in Sunol and Alcosta Boulevard in San Ramon. This project will construct High Occupancy Vehicle lanes, widen pavement in the median and shoulders, construct retaining walls and sound walls and upgrade safety features throughout the corridor; and in a separate segment, install electronic tolling equipment and signage. The anticipated benefits of this project include congestion relief, improved travel time reliability, and improved safety.
  • The Council of San Benito County Governments requested to add the following two projects in San Benito County and program their available 2019 incentive funding:
    • The State Route 25 Expressway Conversion – State Route 25/156 Interchange Project and program $2,500,000 to Project Approval and Environmental Documentation in Fiscal Year 2020-21. The project will construct a new four-lane expressway from San Felipe Road in Hollister to Hudner Lane north of State Route 156 in San Benito County and construct an interchange at State Routes 25 and 156. The expressway and interchange will replace a two-lane conventional highway and a roundabout at the highway intersections. The anticipated benefits of this project include congestion reduction and improved safety.
    • The State Route 156 Improvement Project and program $2,500,000 to construction in Fiscal Year 2020-21. This project will convert five miles of a two-lane conventional highway into a four-lane at-grade expressway from The Alameda in San Juan Bautista to BR 156 near Hollister. The anticipated benefits of this project include improving route continuity, reducing congestion, and increasing safety.
  • The Stanislaus County Transportation Authority requested to add the State Route 132 Phase 2: Four-lane Expressway from Dakota Avenue to Needham Street Project in Stanislaus County and program $1,196,000 of their available 2019 formulaic funding for Plans, Specifications, and Estimate in Fiscal Year 2020-21. This project will add two lanes on the new two-lane expressway currently under construction to create a four-lane facility from Needham Street to Dakota Avenue. In addition, this project will construct freeway to freeway connectors from State Route 132 to State Route 99 and construct a partial interchange at Carpenter Avenue. The anticipated benefits of this project include safety improvements, congestion reduction, and improved goods movement to and from the Port of Oakland.

♠ (Jun) 4.18 2020 Local Partnership Competitive Program Amendment: The Alameda County Transportation Commission requests to divide the project scope into two separate segments and change the implementing agency on the Route 680 Southbound Express Lane from Route 84 to Alcosta Boulevard Project in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. ❧ Approved

♠ (Jun) 4.27 Local Alternative Transportation Improvement Program US 101 Prunedale Bypass Project Funding Policy – Monterey and San Benito Counties.  Presents two alternatives for funds from recission of the Prunedale Bypass freeway routing: South Salinas Corridor Project (05-MON-101 77.0/85.6) and US 101/ Route 156 Interchange (05-MON-101 94.6/96.8, 05-MON-156 3.9/T5.6)  ❧ Approved

Other Matters/Public Comment

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

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

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