ABOUT SB 1

Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, was signed into law on April 28, 2017. This legislative package invests $54 billion over the next decade to fix roads, freeways and bridges in communities across California and puts more dollars toward transit and safety. These funds will be split equally between state and local investments. See where the money is going.

SB 1's investment in transportation is split equally between the state and cities and counties.

BEFORE AND AFTER

Click a County/Route and drag the SB 1 logo to see SB 1 making a difference.

For Full Gallery of SB1 Projects, view SB 1 Project Gallery.

State Route 299 After After
State Route 299 Before Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 299 Project improved 9.4 lane miles of State Route 299 from the Shasta/Lassen County line to west of Muck Valley Hydro Road near McArthur in Lassen County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $2,200,000
County: Lassen
City: McArthur
Lane Miles Repaired: 9.4 lane miles of State Route 299 improved from the Shasta/Lassen County line to west of Muck Valley Hydro Road near McArthur in Lassen County.

State Route 57 After Image After
State Route 57 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 57 Project replaced broken slabs and resurfaced concrete pavement on more than 46 lane miles of State Route 57 through the cities of Orange, Anaheim, Placentia and Fullerton.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $7,800,000
County: Orange
City: Orange, Anaheim, Placentia and Fullerton
Lane Miles Repaired: more than 46 miles - replaced broken slabs and resurfaced concrete pavement

U.S. 395 After Image After
U.S. 395 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


Highway 395 Project placed a chip seal on nearly 42 miles of U.S. 395 near Big Pine and Coso in Inyo County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $2,441,000
County: Inyo
City: near Big Pine and Coso
Lane Miles Repaired: 41.8 miles chip-sealed

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STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 36 Project resurfaced 11.4 lane miles of State Route 36 south of Mad River in Trinity County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $3,883,000
County: Trinity
City: south of Mad River
Lane Miles Repaired: 11.4 miles resurfaced

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State Route 162 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 162 Project resurfaced 8.2 lane miles of State Route 162 near Covelo in Mendocino County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $3,014,500
County: Mendocino
City: near Covelo
Lane Miles Repaired: 8.2 miles resurfaced

State Route 59 After Image After
State Route 59 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 59 Project resurfaced 25.6 lane miles of State Route 59 near Merced.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $3,000,000
County: Madera, Merced
City: near Merced
Lane Miles Repaired: 25.6 miles resurfaced

State Routes 84 and 220 After Image After
State Routes 84 and 220 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 84State Route 220 Project placed a chip seal on 18.6 lane miles of State Routes 84 and 220 in Solano County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $1,701,500
County: Solano
City:
Lane Miles Repaired: 18.6 miles chip-sealed

State Route 113 After Image After
State Route 113 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 113 Project resurfaced 3.6 lane miles of State Route 113 in Dixon in Solano County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $1,491,200
County: Solano
City: Dixon
Lane Miles Repaired: 3.6 miles resurfaced

State Route 99 After Image After
State Route 99 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 99 Project replaced damaged pavement on 3.5 lane miles of State Route 99 in Fresno.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $1,975,000
County: Fresno
City:
Lane Miles Repaired: 3.5 miles damaged pavement replaced

State Route 57 After Image After
State Route 57 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 57State Route 60 Project repaired and resurfaced various sections of State Route 57, north of the Los Angeles/Orange County Line and State Route 60 in Diamond Bar.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $1,810,000
County: Los Angeles
City:Diamond Bar
Lane Miles Repaired: 0.9 miles repaired and resurfaced

U.S. Highway 50 After Image After
U.S. Highway 50 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


Highway 50 Project improved 13.2 lane miles of U.S. Highway 50 from Weber Creek Bridge to Carson Road Overcrossing near the city of Placerville in El Dorado County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $2,800,000
County: El Dorado
City: Placerville
Lane Miles Repaired: 13.2 miles improved

State Route 70 After Image After
State Route 70 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 70 Project improved 11.2 lane miles of State Route 70 from north of Garden Drive Overcrossing to Campbell Creek Overflow Bridge north of the city of Oroville in Butte County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $1,700,000
County: Butte
City: Oroville
Lane Miles Repaired: 11.2 miles improved

Interstate 5 After Image After
Interstate 5 Before Image Before

STATE HIGHWAY PROJECT


State Route 70 Project improved 4.5 lane miles of Interstate 5 at various locations north of the city of Woodland in Yolo County.

Status: COMPLETED
Cost: $1,400,000
County: Yolo
City: Woodland
Lane Miles Repaired: 4.5 miles improved

INVESTING TO MEET NEEDS

SB 1 provides support for state and local systems to meet four critical needs:

REBUILDING CA PROJECT MAP

Find transportation projects in your area that the State and local communities are investing in with SB 1 revenue.

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INCREASED ACCOUNTABILITY AND OVERSIGHT

With the creation of an independent Inspector General and additional program oversight responsibilities for the CTC, SB 1's investment is more transparent than ever.


NOTE: The maps and data are made available to the public solely for informational purposes. Information provided via the Rebuilding CA website is accurate to the best of our knowledge and is subject to change on a regular basis, without notice. While Caltrans makes every effort to provide useful and accurate information, we do not warrant the information to be authoritative, complete, factual, or timely. Information is provided on an "as-is" and as "as-available" basis. The Department of Transportation is not liable to any party for any cost or damages, including any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of, or in connection with, the access or use of, or the inability to access or use, the Site or any of the Materials or Services described herein. New data will continue to be added for the Local Streets and Roads projects as it is released by the California Transportation Commission. Please contact the city or county directly for information on their respective projects and costs.