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Measuring progressin four core areas


Lane miles rehabilitated to date


Culverts repaired or replaced in linear feet to date


Bridges repaired to date


Transportation Management Systems repaired or replaced to date

Four asset classes – pavement, bridges, culverts, and transportation management systems (TMS) – are targeted for improvement through the use of SB 1 funds because they represent a significant portion of California’s annual transportation investments. Additionally, they are critical assets for public safety.

Applying a ’fix it first‘ philosophy, Caltrans seeks to repair and keep in good working order the state's assets to strengthen stewardship, which minimizes long-term costs. These activities may include rehabilitation, maintenance, application of protective coatings or systems, restoration, and replacement.

Featured Projects And Programs

On and adjacent to Shasta College Campus in Shasta County, new bike lanes, pavement markings, and flashing beacons were installed and intersections for non-motorized users were improved to increase pedestrian safety.
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About SB 1

Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 invests over $5 billion annually to fix roads, freeways and bridges in communities across California and puts more dollars toward transit and safety. These funds are split equally between state and local investments.

As of June 30, 2021, more than $15 Billion in SB 1 funding has been invested in transportation projects:

  • $8.8 Billion for state transportation projects for both Caltrans and local agencies throughout the state.
  • $4 Billion directly to cities and counties.
  • $2.7 Billion directly to transit agencies.
Read the Road Repair Accountability Act of 2017 

Projects by Region

You may want to know how funds are being used in your back yard, or understand the geographic regions of the state that are impacted by ongoing projects.

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Areas of Impact

Projects funded by SB 1 create a ripple of impact for California residents and visitors. These are just some of the benefits that transportation infrastructure projects supported by SB 1 have created.
  • Reduced Climate Impact
  • Reduced Traffic Delays
  • Efficient Movement of Goods
  • Improved Equity of Access
  • Increased Jobs and Employment
  • Safe Active Transportation Facilities

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