LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS
WHERE IS THE MONEY GOING?
Local roads, transit agencies and an expansion of the state’s growing network of pedestrian and cycle routes will share an even split of SB 1 funding: $26 billion. Each year, funding will be used to tackle deferred maintenance needs on the local road system, including:
Repairs to Local Streets and Roads: $1.5 billion
Addresses years of unfunded road maintenance, rehabilitation and critical safety projects. Invests in “Complete Streets” projects uniquely tailored to the needs, preferences and functions of the people who live there.
Matching Funds for Local Agencies: $200 million
Supports the investments cities and counties have made in their own regions through voter-approved transportation tax measures.
Local Planning Grants: $25 million
Addresses community needs by providing support for planning that may have previously lacked funding. Good planning will increase the value of transportation investments.