🛣 Changes to the California Highway Website covering May – July 2022

This update covers the remainder of May that wasn’t covered in the April update, plus June and July. This took a bit longer, because I’ve also been working on getting our new podcast, California Highways: Route by Route up and running. You can visit the podcast’s forever home at https://www.caroutebyroute.org/ , or the show’s page on anchor.fm. A full sample episode and the first full episode (covering the history of California Highways through 1920) are already up. The next episode will be up shortly after these updates. Subscribe to the podcast in your favorite podcasting app or by using the RSS feed. Just search for “California Highways” and look for our logo. The podcast is a joint effort between me and Tom Fearer of Gribblenation. Our plan is to include interviews in each episode. Episode 1.01 includes an interview with Adam Prince on the Good Roads movement, and episode 1.02 will feature Joel Windmiller of the Lincoln Highway Association on the initial set of US highways in California. We’re looking for interviews for the remaining set of Season 1 episodes, as indicated. If you’ve got a lead on a speaker, please let me know.

  • California Highways Route by Route Podcast1.03: Building a State Highway System: The 1930s: An expert on the role of the Auto Club in signing highways
  • 1.04: Building a State Highway System: Expanding the System: Someone to talk on the 1956 Interstate Highway Bill
  • 1.05: Building a State Highway System: The Great Renumbering and New Freeways: Someone to talk on the construction boom of the 1960s and/or the impact of the great renumbering.
  • 1.06: Building a State Highway System: CEPA and Reality: Someone to talk on the impact of the California EPA act on highway construction
  • 1.07: Highway Numbering: State Highways: Someone to talk on how the state numbers state highways — in particular, anything official on numbering patterns, or the rules for signing things.
  • 1.08: Highway Numbering: US Highways: Here I’d like someone to talk on the role of AASHTO on numbering US highways
  • 1.09: Highway Numbering: Interstates: This is Interstate numbering, so again an expert on Interstates — either numbering, the federal aid highway acts, or the chargeable/non-chargeable distinction
  • 1.10: Highway Numbering: County Routes: This is numbering of county highways, so anyone from a county public works department on the signed route system
  • 1.11: The Naming of Highways: A state legislator on highway naming resolutions
  • 1.12: The Organizations of State Highways: Someone from the California Transportation Commission on the role of the commission.

Updates were made to the following highways, based on my reading of the (virtual) papers in May, June, and July 2022 (which are posted to the roadgeeking category at the “Observations Along The Road” and to the California Highways Facebook group) as well as any backed up email changes. I also reviewed the the AAroads forum (Ꜳ). This resulted in changes on the following routes, with credit as indicated [my research(ℱ), contributions of information or leads (via direct mail or ꜲRoads) from Gary Ansok(2)Concrete Bob(3), Gretl Davis(4), Paul DeRocco (pderocco)(5), Tom Fearer(6), Andy Field(7), Richard Lyon(8), Glen Norman(9)Plutonic Panda(10), Chris Sampang(11): Route 1(ℱ), Route 4(ℱ), I-5(ℱ), I-10(ℱ), Route 11(ℱ), Route 12(ℱ), Route 17(ℱ), Route 25(ℱ), Route 29(ℱ), Route 33(6), Route 35(ℱ), Route 37(ℱ), Route 41(ℱ), Route 55(ℱ), Route 58(7), Route 59(ℱ), US 66(6), Route 71(11), LRN 77(ℱ), LRN 78(ℱ), I-80(ℱ,4), US 80(6), Route 83(6), Route 90(6), Route 98(ℱ), Route 99(ℱ,6), US 101(ℱ,6), Route 120(ℱ), Route 125(ℱ), Route 140(ℱ), Route 148(3), Route 156(ℱ), Route 162(ℱ), Route 190(ℱ), Route 194(6),  I-205(ℱ), Route 206(6), Route 209(6), Route 212(6), Route 221(ℱ), Route 228(6), Route 236(ℱ), Route 262(9), Route 275(ℱ), Route 330(6), US 395(ℱ,5), Route 480(ℱ,6),  I-680(ℱ), I-710(ℱ,6,10), Route 905(ℱ), County Sign Route E9(8), County Sign Route G2(2).
(Source: private email, Highway headline posts through the July Headline post, AARoads through July 25, 2022)

Added a link to a crowdsourced map on the El Camino Real Bells. H/T to J. Scott Hayden for the link.

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. The following bills made it out of the process:

  •  AB 1666 (Bauer-Kahan) Abortion: civil actions.
    Existing law provides that every individual possesses a fundamental right of privacy with respect to their personal reproductive decisions. Existing law prohibits the state from denying or interfering with the right to choose or obtain an abortion before the fetus is viable, or when the abortion is necessary to protect the life or health of the pregnant person. Existing law requires an abortion to be performed by a specified licensed or certified health care provider and prohibits an abortion from being performed on a viable fetus if continuation of the pregnancy did not pose a risk to the life or health of the pregnant person.The United States Constitution generally requires a state to give full faith and credit to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. Existing law sets forth procedures by which a person may enforce a judgment for the payment of money issued by the court of a state other than California.

    This bill would declare another state’s law authorizing a civil action against a person who receives or seeks, performs or induces, or aids or abets the performance of an abortion, or who attempts or intends to engage in those actions, to be contrary to the public policy of this state. The bill would prohibit the application of that law to a case or controversy heard in state court, and would prohibit the enforcement or satisfaction of a civil judgment received under that law. The bill would declare these provisions to be severable.
    06/24/22    Chaptered by Secretary of State – Chapter 42, Statutes of 2022.

Reviewed the online agenda of the California Coastal Commission. I reviewed the June and July agendas for the Coastal Commission meetings. The following items were of interest:

  • June 2022 Application 3-19-0894 (Carmel River Floodplain Restoration and Environmental Enhancement Project (Carmel River FREE), Monterey Co.). Application of Big Sur Land Trust and the Monterey County Housing and Community Development to restore historic Carmel River floodplain function (via removing Route 1 roadbed fill, elevating Route 1 on new bridge, opening up five notches along approx. .25-mile of river levee, and restoring approx. 100 acres of historic riparian corridor), create 23-acre agricultural preserve, develop 13,550 linear ft. of public access trails, and manage site to facilitate habitat, access, agricultural, and related resources on approx. .25-mile of Route 1 and roughly 135-acre “Odello East” property just south of Carmel River in unincorporated Carmel area of Monterey County. (AM-SC). ❧ Moved to Consent Calendar, APPROVED WITH CONDITIONS

I checked California Transportation Commission page for the results of the May and June 2022 meetings of the California Transportation Commission. 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

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

  • Add 37 36 new projects into the 2022 SHOPP. (2.1a.(1a) and 2.1a.(1b))
  • Revise 35 projects currently programmed in the 2022 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). A lot of the January updates were dealing with recovery from the major fires, and damage from people experiencing homelessness, and road and bridge restoration — none of which rise to the level of interest for the highway pages. “⊘” indicates phase not programmed.

  • (1a) #28. 01-Lak-29 17.6/18.0. PPNO 01-3216; ProjID 0121000085; EA 0L220. Route 29 Near Twin Lakes, at the intersection with C Street. Construct left turn lane and an acceleration lane in
    the northbound direction. Allocation ($ × 1,000): PA&ED $1,150; PS&E $913; R/W Sup $97; Con Sup $825; R/W Cap $30; Const Cap $1,962; TOTAL $4,977. Begin Const: 1/27/2026.
  • (1a) #29. 01-Men-1 41.8/42.3. PPNO 01-4578; ProjID 0112000300; EA 0C550. Route 1 Near Albion, from 1.5 miles north of Route 128 to 0.1 mile south of Navarro Ridge Road. Widen for standard shoulders, improve roadway cross slope, and install rumble strips and guardrail. Allocation ($ × 1,000): PA&ED $0; PS&E $300; R/W Sup $90; Con Sup $800; R/W Cap $0; Const Cap $3,994; TOTAL $5,184. Begin Const: 8/29/2023.
  • (1a) #31. 02-Sha-299 57.5/59.0. PPNO 02-3763; ProjID 0219000152; EA 0J710. Route 299 Near Montgomery Creek, from 0.1 mile west of Woodhill Drive to 1.0 mile west of Big Bend Road. Improve curves, widen shoulders, correct cross slope, and install guardrail. Allocation ($ × 1,000): PA&ED $1,710; PS&E $1,170; R/W Sup $460; Con Sup $1,740; R/W Cap $701; Const Cap $6,199; TOTAL $11,980. Begin Const: 4/14/2026.
  • (1a) #36. 07-LA-710 T30.953/R32.5. PPNO 07-5964; ProjID 0722000204; EA 38710. Route 710 In Pasadena, from Columbia Street to Union Street Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to the City of Pasadena to relinquish roadway. Allocation ($ × 1,000): PA&ED $150; Const Cap $5,000; TOTAL $5,150.
  • (1d) #8. 03-Sac-51 2.0/3.5. PPNO 03-6402; ProjID 0312000054; EA 3F070. Route 51 (Business Route 80) In the city of Sacramento, from north of B Street Underpass to north of Exposition Boulevard Overcrossing at the American River Bridge № 24-0003 and Cal Expo Undercrossing № 24-0133. Widen and replace bridge deck and construct 0.14 mile of Class 1 bike and pedestrian path as a complete streets element.  This is a Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC) project. (Additional $2,700,000 contribution for Const Cap from the City of Sacramento.) Amended allocation ($ × 1,000): ⊘Con Sup: $18,050 ⇒ $10,550; ⊘Const Cap: $116,400 ⇒ $62,209

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

  • Add 12 new projects into the 2022 SHOPP.  (2.1a.(1a))
  • Revise 99 projects currently programmed in the 2022 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). A lot of the January updates were dealing with recovery from the major fires, and damage from people experiencing homelessness, and road and bridge restoration — none of which rise to the level of interest for the highway pages. “⊘” indicates phase not programmed.

  • (1a) #1. 03-But-99 38.9/39.7. PPNO 03-2441; ProjID 0321000181; EA 2J070. Route 99 Near Chico, from north of Wilson Landing Road to Keefers Slough Bridge.  Raise the roadway grade, install cross-road culverts, and re-grade roadside ditches to prevent roadway flooding. Allocation ($ × 1,000): PA&ED $550; PS&E $600; R/W Sup $120; Con Sup $950; R/W Cap $15; Const Cap $3,800; TOTAL $6,035. Begin Const: 1/15/2024.
  • (1a) #12. 07-LA-72 0.0/6.767. PPNO 07-5965; ProjID 0722000199; EA 38700. Route 72 In Whittier, from the Orange County line to Route 605.  Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to the City of Whittier to relinquish roadway. Allocation ($ × 1,000): PA&ED $10; Const Cap $10,450; TOTAL $10,460.
  • (1d) #2. 01-Hum-101 1.2/2.2 1.1/2.2. PPNO 01-2251; ProjID 0100000266; EA 46480. US 101 Near Garberville, from 0.5 mile south to 0.5 0.6 mile north of Richardson Grove Undercrossing. Realign roadway. Note: Fully program previously unfunded phases.  Correct the postmiles which were previously recorded in error. Allocation ($ × 1,000): PA&ED $568; PS&E $692; R/W Sup $80; Con Sup $2,815; R/W Cap $72; Const Cap $9,460; TOTAL $568 $13,687.
  • (1d) #3. 01-Hum-101 125.2/125.6. PPNO 01-2536; ProjID 0120000035; EA 0K150. US 101 Near Orick, from 0.9 mile south to 0.5 mile south of South Prairie Creek Park Undercrossing. Improve curves and roadway cross slope, widen shoulders, and improve drainage. Note: The environmental and R/W risks that were identified during project initiation have been realized.  The impacts to large diameter redwood trees have elevated the environmental document, which has delayed the completion of PA&ED.  The project also requires a permit and an acquisition from the National Park Service which has a processing time of about 24 months after completion of PA&ED.  The project is delayed by two years due to these reasons. Amendment: FY 23-24 25-26.
  • (1d) #6. 01-Hum-299 R8.0/R8.8. PPNO 01-2535; ProjID 0120000032; EA 0J801. Route 299 Near Blue Lake, from 0.9 mile east to 1.7 miles east of Blue Lake Boulevard.  Restore storm damaged roadway by relocating on a new alignment and construct retaining wallNote: The slope repair work at one of the locations in project EA 0H431/PPNO 01-2492 overlaps with this project.  Due to ongoing geologic investigations, proximity and complexity of the two locations and the evolving repair strategy, the two locations are being combined into this project.  This change is reflected in revised performance measures and scope description.  The cost change will be addressed in future after the scope and design is more refined.
  • (1d) #26. 05-Mon-1 8.7/9.1. PPNO 05-2850; ProjID 0518000106; EA 1K020. Route 1 Near Gorda, from north of White Creek Bridge to 2.0 miles south of Los Burros Road.  Realign highway, replace temporary safety features with permanent safety devices, and  install erosion control measures. Note: Right of way acquisition of a parcel required for this project will need to be completed through the condemnation process. For this reason the project is delayed by two years. Amendment: FY 22-23 ⇒ 24-25.
  • (1d) #32. 05-SB-101 R36.0/R37.0. PPNO 05-2448; ProjID 0513000018; EA 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: Split two mitigation projects, landscape and plant propagation project EA 1C951/PPNO 05-2448Y and biological monitoring project EA 1C952/PPNO 05-2448X, from parent project EA 1C950/PPNO 05-2448. Amendment ($ × 1,000): Const Cap $42,500 ⇒ $40,900; TOTAL $63,102 ⇒ $61,502.
  • (1d) #40. 06-Fre-41 R1.8/R2.2. PPNO 06-7040; ProjID 0619000229; EA 1A290. Route 41 Near Camden, from 0.2 mile south to 0.2 mile north of Mount Whitney Avenue. Construct roundabout. Note: Delete project.  A programmed expressway project will widen Route 41 and provide safety improvements at the intersection.
  • (1d) #41. 06-Fre-41 M5.7/R7.1. PPNO 06-7042; ProjID 0619000230; EA 1A300. Route 41 Near Wildflower, from 0.3 mile south to 1.0 mile north of East Elkhorn Avenue.  Construct roundabout. Note: Delete project.  A programmed expressway project will widen Route 41 and provide safety improvements at the intersection.
  • (1d) #43. 06-Ker-43 25.2/25.4. PPNO 06-6982; ProjID 0618000131; EA 0X770. Route 43 In Wasco, from Route 46 to south of Gromer Avenue.  Improve safety by constructing a roundabout. Note: Delay project due to acquisition of contaminated parcels required for utility relocations which need to be completed on an adjacent High Speed Rail Authority (HSR) project before this project construction can begin. Increase construction capital due to increases in asphalt quantity.  Increase right of way capital to account for escalation attributed to delivery delay. Amendments ($ × 1,000): FY 22-23 ⇒ 23-24; R/W Cap: $1,100 ⇒ $1,200; Const Cap $14,900 ⇒ $11,700; TOTAL $24,560 ⇒ $21,360.
  • (1d) #55. 07-LA-72 0.0/6.8. PPNO 07-5158; ProjID 0716000299; EA 33310. Route 72 In Whittier, from Valley Home Avenue to Esperanza Avenue.  Construct and upgrade curb ramps, sidewalks, driveways, pedestrian pathways, Class III bikeway lanes, Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) and push buttons to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to City of Whittier to relinquish roadway. Note: This project is being changed to a relinquishment project and will be combined at construction allocation with EA 38700/PPNO 07-5965. Amendments ($ × 1,000): Con Sup $2,400 ⇒ $0; R/W Cap $692 ⇒ $0; TOTAL $18,842 ⇒ $15,750.
  • (1d) #78. 09-Mno-395 91.6/93.4. PPNO 09-2460; ProjID 0917000011; EA 36800. US 395 Near Bridgeport, from Burcham Flat Road to 0.3 mile south of Route 108 395/108 Junction.  Widen shoulders, install rumble strips, install wildlife crossing and fencing and correct superelevation at three curves. Note: Add wildlife crossing and fencing scope to project and description, which increases construction capital. Decrease R/W capital due to reduced environmental impacts, resulting in lower mitigation costs.  Also, increases in unit cost of asphalt and in quantities of import borrow material and a required temporary realignment results in additional construction capital cost increases. Amendments ($ × 1,000): R/W Cap $1,855 ⇒ $1,366; Const Cap $12,567 ⇒ $16,854; TOTAL $20,060 ⇒ $23,858.

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

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

2.1c. TCIF Baseline Amendments

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

2.1s. TCEP Baseline Amendments

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

♠ (May) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: (° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages)

  • 03-Pla-80, PM 68.3/69.7, 03-Nev-80, PM 0.0/R2.7. Soda Springs Pavement Rehabilitation Project. Repair distressed pavement, construct a truck climbing lane, and widen and replace undercrossing structures on I-80 in Placer and Nevada counties.  (MND) (PPNO 5111) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °06-Ker-33, PM 21.8/39.9. Kern 33 Culvert Rehab. Repair, replace, and/or rehabilitate culverts on Route 33 in Kern County. (MND) (PPNO 6894) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 06-Fre-180, PM 47.4/47.8. Dickenson Avenue Roundabout. Construct a single-lane roundabout at the intersection of Route 180 and Dickenson Avenue in Fresno County. (ND) (PPNO 7009) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °10-Ama-88, PM 5.5/14.3. State Route 88 Roadway Improvements. Construct roadway, culvert, and guardrail improvements along Route 88 in Amador County. (MND) (PPNO 0167) (SHOPP)
  • °12-Ora-01, PM 21.5/31.1, 32.7. State Route 1 Class II Bike Lane Facility Improvements. Add a comprehensive Class II bicycle lane on Route 1 in Orange County. (MND) (PPNO 2385A) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))

♠ (May) (3) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 03-PLA-028 8.9/9.5, 03-PLA-267 9.7/9.898. Kings Beach Western Approach Project. Construct a roundabout at the intersection of Route 28 and Route 267. (MND) (PPNO 5403) (ATP)
(Related Item under Ref. 2.5w.(4))

♠ (May) (5) Approval of Project for Future Consideration of Funding: 04-SM-101 4.6/6.5, 04-SM-84 25.3/25.721. US 101 / Route 84 Project. Widen the interchange and other improvements (ND) (PPNO 0692K) (STIP)

♠ (May) (8) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: 04-Ala-880, PM 30.47/31.61; 04-Ala-260, PM R0.78/R1.90. Oakland Alameda Access Project. Improve connectivity and accessibility between Alameda and I-880 by way of Route 260 in Alameda County.  (FEIR) (PPNO 0044D) (STIP)

♠ (Jun) (1) Approval of Projects for Future Consideration of Funding: (° indicates items that were below the level of detail for updating the specific route pages)

  • 02-Teh-99, PM 4.2/4.8. South Avenue Safety Project. Installation of a roundabout on Route 99 in Tehama County. (MND) (PPNO 3744) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 03-Pla-80, PM 58.5/58.6; 03-Nev-80, PM 58.7/60.3. Yuba Pass Bridge Replacement Project. Replace and widen the Yuba Pass Separation Overhead Bridges along I-80 in Placer and Nevada counties. (ND) (PPNO 4305) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °06-Ker-33, PM 40.4/59.0. Blackwell’s Corner Capital Preventative Maintenance. Resurface the existing lanes of Route 33 in Kern County. (MND) (PPNO 6978) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °06-Ker-155, PM R0.04/R1.33. Delano 3R Rehabilitation Project. Resurface, restore, and rehabilitate the eastbound and westbound lanes of Route 155 in Kern County. (ND) (PPNO 6960) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °06-Mad-145, PM 8.0/12.0. Downtown Madera Capital Preventative Maintenance and Road Diet. Preserve pavement, replace sign panels, conduct Transportation Management System work, and incorporate Complete Streets elements with a road diet along Route 145 in Madera County. (ND) (PPNO 7005) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °08-SBd-40, PM S0.0/S0.8, 0.0/R15.0. Minor Pavement Rehabilitation (CAPM) On I-40. Between I-15/I-40 Separation and 0.4 Miles East of Lava Wash Bridge Minor Pavement Rehabilitation (CAPM) on I-40 in San Bernardino County. (MND) (PPNO 3012K) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °08-SBd-395, PM R3.981/49.0. US-395 Mill and Overlay. Preserve pavement and make other improvements on US 395 San Bernardino County. (MND) (PPNO 3009H) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °09-Mno-395, PM 50.60/53.10. Lee Vining Rehab. Rehabilitate pavement, replace sidewalks and guardrail, add or replace existing drainage facilities, and perform other work on US 395 in Mono County. (ND) (PPNO 2645) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • °10-Alp-88, PM 1.9. Caples Lake Maintenance Station Rehabilitation. Rebuild or rehabilitate structures at Caples Lake Maintenance Station off Route 88 in Alpine County. (ND) (PPNO 3433) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))
  • 10-Cal-12, PM 17.1/17.5. Calaveras County Bridge Replacement. Replace the North Fork Calaveras River Bridge next to its current alignment and realign Route 12 in Calaveras County. (MND) (PPNO 3288) (SHOPP)
    (Related Item under Ref. 2.5b.(2))

2.3a. Route Adoptions

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

2.3b. New Public Road Connection

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

2.3c. Relinquishments

♠ (May) Three Relinquishment Resolutions:

  1. 04-Ala-880-PM 24.7/25.5. Right of way along I-880 on Coral Road, Jones Avenue, Hegenberger Road, and Edgewater Drive, in the city of Oakland.
  2. 06-Ker-46-PM 57.6. Right of way along Route 46, west of Route 99, in the county of Kern.
  3. 10-SJ-99-PM 7.4/11.9. Right of way along Route 99 on Lathrop Road, in the county of San Joaquin.

♠ (Jun) (1) One Relinquishment Resolution: 06-Fre-41-PM 33.4. Right of way along Route 41 from 0.1 mile south of the City limit to the City of Fresno/County of Madera limit, in the city of Fresno.

♠ (Jun) (2) One Relinquishment Resolutions: 07-LA-710-PM T30.9/R32.5. Right of way along Route 710 between Columbia Street and Union Street, in the city of Pasadena.
(Related Items under Ref. 2.5b.(6) and 2.8a.(16))

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

♠ (May) (1) Request $153,872,000 for  27 SHOPP projects (construction / construction support phases).
(Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1))

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

  • #5. $7,826,000. 04-SCl-237 7.0/8.0. PPNO 04-1492A; ProjID 0416000060; EA 0K240. Route 237 In San Jose, in the eastbound direction from North First Street to Zanker Road.  Outcome/Output: Construct auxiliary lane to reduce congestion, and improve highway operations and mobility. Programmed Allocation: CON ENG: $1,560,000; CONST $8,030,000.
  • #10. $7,692,000. 05-Mon-101 87.4/87.8. PPNO 05-2635; ProjID 0516000018; EA 1H050. US 101 In and near Salinas, from 0.1 mile north of East Market Street to 0.1 mile south of Sherwood Drive. Outcome/Output: Lengthen the onramp to improve merging conflicts and reduce the number and severity of collisions. Programmed Allocation: CON ENG $2,000,000; CONST $5,400,000.

♠ (May) (2) Request of $73,246,000 for 66 2022 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for design and R/W support. (2a – SHOPP Support; 2b – SHOPP SB1 Support)
(Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1), 2.2c.(9) and 4.12)

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

  • (2a) #1. $1,150,000. 01-Lak-29 17.6/18.0. PPNO 01-3216; ProjID 0121000085; EA 0L220. Route 29 Near Twin Lakes, at the intersection with C Street. Construct left turn lane and an acceleration lane in the northbound direction. (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 22H-001; May 2022.) Allocation: FY 25-26 PA&ED $1,150,000
  • (2a) #4. $740,000. 02-Las-44 6.5/7.1. PPNO 02-3796; ProjID 0220000106; EA 1J570. Route 44 Near Old Station, from 6.5 miles east to 7.1 miles east of Shasta County line. Curve improvement. Allocation: FY22-23: PS&E $650,000; R/W Sup $90,000.
  • (2a) #5. $1,710,000. 02-Sha-299 57.5/59.0. PPNO 02-3763; ProjID 0219000152; EA 0J710. Route 299 Near Montgomery Creek, from 0.1 mile west of Woodhill Drive to 1.0 mile west of Big Bend Road. Improve curves, widen shoulders, correct cross slope, and install guardrail. (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 22H-001; May 2022.) Allocation: FY25-26 PA&ED $1,710,000.
  • (2a) #10. $1,860,000. 03-Sac-99 12.7/16.0. PPNO 03-6930; ProjID 0316000193; EA 1H630. Route 99 In Elk Grove, from Elk Grove Boulevard to south of Calvine Road. Construct two southbound auxiliary lanes, construct concrete median barrier, extend storage lane at southbound Elk Grove Boulevard offramp, and upgrade five ramp metering systems. Allocation: FY22-23 PS&E $1,610,000 ($1,550,000 Programmed); R/W Sup $250,000.
  • (2a) #17. $2,500,000. 06-Fre-180 47.3/48.0. PPNO 06-7009; ProjID 0619000172; EA 0Y410. Route 180 Near Rolinda, from 0.3 mile west to 0.3 mile east of Dickenson Avenue. Construct roundabout. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-22-28; May 2022.) Allocation FY 23-24: PS&E $1,700,000; R/W Sup $800,000.
  • (2a) #20. $150,000. 07-LA-710 T30.953/R32.5. PPNO 07-5964; ProjID 0722000204; EA 38710. Route 710 In Pasadena, from Columbia Street to Union Street. Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to the City of Pasadena to relinquish roadway. (Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 22H-001; May 2022.) Allocation: FY21-22 PA&ED $150,000.
  • (2b) #4. $4,084,000. 03-Nev-80 0.0/R2.7. PPNO 03-5111; ProjID 0317000043; EA 1H990. I-80 Near Kingvale, from Placer County line to east of Donner Pass Road (PM 0.0/R2.7L/R); also in Placer County, from west of Troy Road Undercrossing to Nevada County line (PM 68.3/69.7). Rehabilitate roadway, construct truck climbing lane in eastbound direction, replace Kingvale Undercrossing № 19-0107R and Troy Road Undercrossing № 19-0106R, replace sign panels, upgrade lighting and Transportation Management System (TMS) elements, and rehabilitate drainage systems. (Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-22-26; May 2022.) Allocation: FY22-23 PS&E $3,584,000 ($3,000,000 Programmed); R/W Sup $500,000.

♠ (May) (3) Request of $197,536,000 for 129 2022 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental support. This didn’t result in any page changes, simply because the agenda item didn’t provide sufficient information, listing projects only by PPNO (which would be difficult to reference back). It noted that “The attached list describes 129 SHOPP phases totaling $197,536,000 for PA&ED costs that
are ready for allocation.  These are new 2022 SHOPP projects adopted at the March Commission meeting.  All requested allocations are for the amount programmed at time of adoption.  Project descriptions can be found in the 2022 SHOPP in the following link: https://dot.ca.gov/-/media/dot-media/programs/financial-programming/documents/20220329-2022-shopp-document-final.pdf

♠ (May) (4) Request of $98,551,000 $61,691,000 for two SHOPP projects the SHOPP project in the city of Sacramento, from north of B Street Underpass to north of Exposition Boulevard Overcrossing, in Sacramento County. (PPNO 6402C). 03-Sac-51 2.0/3.5 Route 51 (Business Route 80) In the city of Sacramento, from north of B Street Underpass to north of Exposition Boulevard Overcrossing at the American River Bridge № 24-0003 and Cal Expo Undercrossing № 24-0133.  Outcome/Output: Early Work Package № 3 for Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC) parent project EA 3F070.  Construct the foundation for widening American River Bridge. CON ENG $7,500,000 CONST $54,191,000.
(Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1))

♠ (Jun) (1) Request $351,551,000 for 37 SHOPP projects.(construction / construction support phases).
(Related Item under Ref. 2.1a.(1))

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

  • #4. $8,101,000. 03-Sac-5 22.4. PPNO 03-5868; ProjID 0317000340; EA 3H390. I-5 In the city of Sacramento, at South Connector Undercrossing № 24-0267.   Outcome/Output: Improve freight mobility by strengthening structure for permit loads. Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-21-49; June 2021. Allocation: CON ENG $1,250,000; CONST $8,000,000.
  • #16. $20,101,000. 06-Fre-41 R27.6/R28.3 R27.4/R28.5. PPNO 06-6879; ProjID 0617000103; EA 0W170. Route 41 Near Fresno, from the northbound Ashlan Avenue onramp to the northbound Shaw Avenue offramp. Outcome/Output: Construct northbound auxiliary lane, add an additional lane to the Shaw Avenue offramp, and extend the turn pockets at the end of Shaw Avenue offramp to reduce congestion and improve highway operations and mobility. Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-20-05; January 2020. Allocation: CON ENG $4,400,000; CONST $14,700,000.
  • #32. $23,789,000. 08-SBd-40 R100.8/R101.8. PPNO 08-3008K; ProjID 0816000079; EA 1G830. I-40 Near Needles, at the Halfway Hills Wash Bridge № 54-0799L/R.   Outcome/Output: Replace bridges and replace and expand Rock Slope Protection (RSP) limits to prevent bridge failure and ensure safety. Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-21-29; March 2021. Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 22H-002; June 2022. Allocation: CON ENG $4,776,000; CONST $15,880,000.

♠ (Jun) (2) Request of $294,829,000 for 205 2022 SHOPP preconstruction project phases for environmental support, design and R/W support. The (2b) items this month had a lot of roadway and bridge rehabilitation and upgrades for ADA standards (not a surprise for SB1 actions); such updates are not of interest to the highway pages.
(Related Items under Ref. 2.1a.(1) and 2.2c.(1))

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

  • (2a) #10. $1,610,000. 02-Teh-99 4.2/4.8. PPNO 02-3744; ProjID 0219000044; EA 0J010. Route 99 Near Los Molinos, from 0.3 mile south to 0.3 mile north of South Avenue. Construct roundabout. Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-22-39; June 2022. Allocation: FY23-24. PS&E $1,430,000; R/W Sup $180,000.
  • (2a) #12. $550,000. 03-But-99 38.9/39.7. PPNO 03-2441; ProjID 0321000181; EA 2J070. Route 99 Near Chico, from north of Wilson Landing Road to Keefers Slough Bridge. Raise the roadway grade, install cross-road culverts, and re-grade roadside ditches to prevent roadway flooding. Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 22H-002; June 2022. Allocation FY 23-24: PA&ED $550,000.
  • (2a) #32. $10,000. 07-LA-72 0.0/6.767. PPNO 07-5965; ProjID 0722000199; EA 38700. Route 72 In Whittier, from the Orange County line to Route 605. Financial Contribution Only (FCO) to the City of Whittier to relinquish roadway. Concurrent Amendment under SHOPP Amendment 22H-002; June 2022. Allocation FY22-23: PA&ED $10,000. Note this did not include the CONST CAP funding.
  • (2a) #35. $10,000,000.  07-LA-110 23.7/25. PPNO 07-5415; ProjID 0717000342; EA 34300. Route 110 In the city of Los Angeles, from Route 101 to Amador Street (PM 25.0L/R). Construct auxiliary lanes, make intersection improvements, and reconstruct bridges. Long Lead Project. Allocation FY27-28 PA&ED $10,000,000.
  • (2a) #36. $1,795,000. 07-LA-110 25.5/25.7. PPNO 07-5740; ProjID 0720000152; EA 37130. Route 110 In the city of Los Angeles, near the neighborhood of Cypress Park, at NB Route 110 to NB I-5 Connector Sidehill Viaduct Bridge № 53-2225G.  Modify bridge structure to support a shoulder widening and a new concrete barrier railing, and upgrade overhead sign structure, sign panels, and safety devices. Long Lead Project. Allocation FY27-28 PA&ED $1,795,000.
  • (2b) #17. $4,640,000. 03-Nev-80 R58.7/R60.2. PPNO 03-4305; ProjID 0318000014; EA 3H560. I-80 Near Whitmore, from west of Crystal Lake Road to east of Route 20 Separation at Yuba Pass Separation and Overhead № 17-0023L/R (PM R58.7L/R/PM R60.2); also in Placer County, from PM R58.5L/R to PM R58.6L/R.  Replace and widen bridge, construct retaining walls in the median, rehabilitate drainage systems, and install Roadway Weather Information Systems (RWIS). Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-22-41; June 2022. Allocation FY22-23: PS&E $4,210,000; R/W Sup $430,000.
  • (2b) #83. $2,503,000. 10-Cal-12 17.3. PPNO 10-3288; ProjID 1013000008; EA 0X740. Route 12 Near San Andreas, at North Fork Calaveras Creek Bridge № 30-0007. Replace bridge. Concurrent consideration of funding under Resolution E-22-49; June 2022. Allocation FY23-24 PS&E $2,396,000 ($2,093,000 programmed); R/W Sup $107,000 ($90,000 programmed).

♠ (Jun) (3) Request of $5,233,000 for the SHOPP project in the city of Los Angeles, near the neighborhood of Encino, at the Encino Pedestrian Overcrossing № 53-1289, in Los Angeles County (07-LA-101 20.0), programmed in FY 2022-23. (PPNO 4915)

♠ (Jun) (5) Request of $36,660,000 for the SHOPP project on Route 70 near Paradise, from 0.8 mile west to 0.2 mile east of Shady Rest Area, in Butte County. (PPNO 2293; 03-But-70 46.0/47.0)

♠ (Jun) (6) Request of $5,000,000 for the SHOPP project on Route 710 In Pasadena, from Columbia Street to Union Street, in Los Angeles County. (PPNO 5964)
(Related Items under Ref. 2.3c.(2) and 2.8a.(16))

2.5c Financial Allocations for STIP Projects

♠ (May) (2) Request of $12,754,000 for two locally-administered projects, on the State Highway System:

  • #1. $4,754,000. 04-SCl-101 38.3/45.9. PPNO 04-2015H; ProjID 0417000233; EA 1K553. Silicon Valley Express Lanes Program – Phase 5 Civil. US 101 In the cities of Sunnyvale and San Jose. Convert existing HOV Lanes to Express Lanes and construct a second Express Lane in each direction on US 101 from near Route 237 in Sunnyvale to I-880 in San Jose. Allocation: R/W $4,754,000.
  • #2. $8,000,000. 04-SM-101 4.4/6.5. PPNO 04-0692K; ProjID 0414000032; EA 23536. US 101/Woodside Road Interchange Improvement Project. US 101 In the city of Redwood City. Widen Woodside Road to six lanes, construct turn pockets, and reconstruct all ramp connections between Woodside Road and US 101 including construction of a  flyover ramp from northbound US 101 to Veterans Boulevard. Allocation: R/W $8,000,000.

♠ (Jun) (2) Request of $54,475,000 for two locally-administered STIP projects, on the State Highway System. Of these, the following were of interest for the highway pages:

  • #2. $47,600,000. 08-Riv-15 6.6 6.4/9.7. PPNO 08-0021K; ProjID 0800020178; EA 43272. French Valley Parkway Interchange – Collector/Distributor (Phase 2). I-15 In the city of Temecula.  Construct a two lane northbound collector distributor beginning at I-15/Route 79 Junction and extending just north of I-15/I-215 Junction, with connectors to I-15 and I-215. Contribution from other sources: $53,378,000. Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-11-18; March 2011. The implementing agency for CONST changed from the Department of Transportation to City of Temecula. The CON ENG amount of $6,000,000 was transferred to CONST due to the implementing agency change for a CONST programmed total of $47,600,000. This allocation will split out the Child French Valley Parkway Interchange – Collector/Distributor (Phase 2) Mitigation Project (PPNO 3020E) scope from the Parent project (PPNO 0221K) and it will fund with local funds. Time extension for FY 20-21 CONST expires June 30, 2022. ALLOCATION IS CONTINGENT UPON THE PASSAGE OF THE 2022 BUDGET ACT. Allocation: CON ENG $6,000,000 $0 CONST $41,600,000 $47,600,000.

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

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

2.5e Supplemental Fund Allocations

♠ (May) (3) Request for an additional $2,276,000 (48.0 percent increase) in Construction Capital for the SHOPP Safety Improvements project on Route 49, in Placer County.  (EA 1H240, PPNO 4785)

♠ (May) (5) Request for an additional $1,160,000 (43.0 percent increase) in Construction Support for Construction Completion, for the SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation project on US 101, in Marin County.  (EA 4G820, PPNO 0350H)

♠ (May) (6) Request for an additional $14,732,000 (30.1 percent increase) in Construction Capital for the STIP San Benito Route 156 Improvement Project, in San Benito County.  (EA 34490, PPNO 0297)

♠ (Jun) (1) Request for an additional $21,889,000 (33.8 percent increase) in Construction Capital for the SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation project on US 101, in Del Norte County.  (EA 43640, PPNO 0100V)

2.5f Financial Allocations for SHOPP

♠ (May) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority

  • Emergency G-11 Allocations (2.5f.(1)): $141,291,500 for 29 projects.
  • SHOPP Safety Sub-Allocations (2.5f.(3)): $23,889,000 for six projects.
  • Minor G-05-16 Allocations (2.5f.(4)): $20,547,000 for 22 projects.

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

  • (3) #1. $3,032,000. 01-Men-1 R65.1/65.5. PPNO 01-4656; ProjID 0117000026; EA 0G600. Route 1 Near Cleone, from 0.1 mile north of Mill Creek Drive to 0.3 mile north of Ward Avenue.   Outcome/Output: Improve safety by widening shoulders. This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. (Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-21-18; March 2021.) Allocation: CON ENG $865,000; CONST $1,861,000. Allocation Date: 04/06/2022.
  • (3) #2. $10,100,000. 02-Sha-299 44.3/44.9. PPNO 02-3742; ProjID 0219000027; EA 4H930. Route 299 Near Redding, from 1.9 miles west to 1.3 miles west of Du Bois Road.   Outcome/Output: Improve safety by realigning curve, improving cross slope, widening shoulders, and installing guardrail.  This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. Allocation: CON ENG $1,990,000; CONST $6,835,000. Allocation Date: 03/29/2022.
  • (3) #5. $5,156,000. 08-Riv-79 M32.3/M33.793. PPNO 08-3015N; ProjID 0819000148; EA 1L080. Route 79 Near San Jacinto, from Ramona Expressway/Sanderson Avenue to Gilman Springs Road.  Outcome/Output: Construct concrete median barrier and install ground-in rumble strips to improve safety.  This project will reduce the number and severity of collisions. Allocation: CON ENG $1,013,000; CONST $3,458,000. Allocation Date: 03/21/2022.

♠ (Jun) Informational Reports on Allocations Under Delegated Authority

  • Emergency G-11 Allocations (2.5f.(1)): $25,281,000 for nine projects.
  • SHOPP Safety Sub-Allocations (2.5f.(3)): $14,251,000 for five projects.
  • Minor G-05-16 Allocations (2.5f.(4)):  $5,898,000 for seven projects.

No project reached the level of interest for the highway pages.

2.5g Prop 1B Project Allocations

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

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

♠ (Jun) (1) Request of $3,500,000 for the State-Administered LPP (Formulaic) US 101 Marin Sonoma Narrows (MSN) Contract B7 project (04-Mrn-101 20.8/27.3), on the State Highway System, in Marin County.

♠ (Jun) (6) Request of $17,932,000 for the State-Administered multi-funded TCEP/STIP Capital Region Freight – I-80 project, on the State Highway System, in Placer County, programmed in FY 2022-23. (PPNO 5101A)

♠ (Jun) (7) Request of $266,232,000 for two locally-administered TCEP projects, on the State Highway System:

  • #1. $217,900,000. 07-LA-57 R4.3/R4.8 | 07-LA-60 R23.3/R26.5. PPNO 07-5394; ProjID 0715000076; EA 27912. Route 57/60 Confluence: Chokepoint Relief Project. In Los Angeles County, in Diamond Bar and the City of Industry on Route 60 from EB Route 60 to SB Route 57 connector overcrossing to near Golden Springs Drive Undercrossing and Route 57 from NB Route 57 to WB Route 60 connector overcrossing to South Route 57/Route 60 separation. Interchange modifications, including auxiliary lanes and three new bridges.  Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-14-10; March 2014. Right of Way Certification: 06/03/2022 Contribution from other sources: $121,700,000. LACMTA is requesting non-proportional spending of TCEP  unds during construction as documented in the baseline agreement. At completion, project expenditure will be reconciled to ensure that TCEP funds have been expended proportionally.As part of this allocation request, LACMTA is requesting to extend the period of project completion an additional 52 months beyond the 36 month deadline as the project is inclusive of expansive multiple complex ramps, bridges, retaining and supportive structures. Allocation: TCEP-R/21-22 CONST  $130,700,000; TCEP-S/21-22 CONST  $87,200,000.
  • #2. $48,332,000. 07-LA-91 11.8/13.2. PPNO 07-5496; ProjID 0718000343; EA 35460. EB SR-91 Atlantic Ave to Cherry Ave. Aux Lane Project. In the City of Long Beach on Route 91 from I-710 to Cherry Avenue undercrossing. The proposed improvements consist of adding one auxiliary lane in the eastbound direction, extending the outside #5 lane beyond the Atlantic Ave EB off-ramp to Cherry Ave. then dropping it before the Cherry Ave. undercrossing, and widening the Orange Ave. and Walnut Ave. undercrossings. Future consideration of funding approved under Resolution E-21-80; August 2021. Contribution from other sources: $38,801,000. As part of this allocation request, LACMTA is requesting to extend the period of project completion an additional 6 months beyond the 36 month deadline due to plant establishment period prior to contract acceptance. LACMTA is requesting a minor outcomes/outputs change to what was originally proposed in the original application due to an entry error. Originally, 1.4 miles of Aux.lanes were shown in the ePPR. The corrected outcomes will deliver.86 miles of Aux. lanes that is consistent with the project report. This is not a reduction in scope, it’s a correction to an entry error that was made in the ePPR. Allocation: TCEP-R/21-22 CONST  $29,000,000; TCEP-S/21-22 CONST  $19,332,000.

2.5t Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP) Allocations

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

2.5w Active Transportation Program (ATP) 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

♠ (May) 21 4.14 Advance 2022 Trade Corridor Enhancement Program Adoption for two projects (04-Sol-80 14.8/16.5 PPNO 8273C; 08-SBd-10, PM 0.0/R37.0 PPNO 3019M) seeking Federal Infrastructure for Rebuilding America Funds

Other Matters/Public Comment

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

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

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