SB 1 NEWS

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Caltrans announced the California Transportation Commission allocated $758.1 million for 91 State Highway Operation and Protection Program projects throughout California, including $90.4 million for 26 fix-it-first projects funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. This funding allows crews to improve 21 bridges and more than 189 lane miles of pavement, upgrade 292 congestion reducing devices, and repair or replace 81 culverts to prevent flooding on highways.

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Some $758.1 million has been allocated by the California Transportation Commission for 91 projects around the state. The total includes 26 fix-it-first projects funded by SB1, (the gas tax) and two repair projects on U.S. 199.

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The California Transportation Commission has allocated $758.1 million for highway improvement projects across the state. The money was collected under SB 1 to fix roads, freeways and bridges in communities across California. The Sacramento region is the big winner in the latest round of funding, with a majority of the money going to Highway 50 and State Route 20 projects.

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Dozens of transportation projects throughout California are getting the green light to move forward, including several in the North State. Caltrans said the State Transportation Commission has allocated $758.1 million for repairs and upgrades to roads, bridges, intelligent transportation and flooding mitigation projects. All of the projects are a part of SB-1.

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Caltrans announced Tuesday that the California Transportation Commission allocated $54.8 million for 46 projects throughout California including $31.1 million for fix-it-first projects funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. This funding will allow Caltrans to repair or replace 16 bridges, 168 lane miles and 150 drainage systems statewide. In addition, 248 congestion reducing elements will be installed, including highway message signs, cameras and loop detectors to improve traffic flow.

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Caltrans will consider hiring nearly anyone for 333 maintenance jobs it is trying to fill. The transportation department is on a spree to hire enough workers to improve road upkeep as called for in a 2017 gas tax bill that in November survived an initiative that would have repealed it.

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Ground has been broken for a four-mile widening of California State Highway 4 that is expected to lead to improvements of its interchange with Interstate-1680, Contra Costa Transportation Authority has announced. After a ceremonial groundbreaking Thursday, work will start that will widen Highway 4 from Morello Avenue to California Highway 242, adding a third lane in both eastbound and westbound directions.

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The Solano County Board of Supervisors will face a heavy load of issues when it meets Tuesday – in open and closed sessions – including a review of the Public Work’s Five Year Capital Improvement Plan. The plan emphasizes the benefits of what is anticipated to be just shy of $6.71 million in Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (Senate Bill 1) funds for the current 2018-19 fiscal year. That is in addition to the $8.33 million from Highway Users Tax Account revenue.

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Unlike the asphalt, funding for major road work of Woodland’s deteriorated West Main Street is coming together. On Tuesday night with few comments, Woodland’s City Council effectively gave the go-ahead to put the $11.4 million project out to bid in February with the intent of starting reconstruction in the spring of 2019. The project will virtually remake one mile of roadway between West Street and County Road 98.

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Motorists navigating the maze of Sacramento area freeways now have a new tool to help keep them on the right track. As part of two Senate Bill 1-funded striping projects in Sacramento, 65 shield pavement markings were installed on the roadway to help motorists know which lane to be in when merging from one freeway to another.

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Caltrans announced last week that the California Transportation Commission allocated $669 million for more than 100 projects, funded by or at least partly by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017….Completed area projects that were allocated SB 1 funds include: Inyo 395 Coso Keough Chip Seal Pavement Project: $2.4 million pavement project on 41.8 lane miles of U.S. Highway 395.

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Caltrans has completed repairs to two busy interchanges on more than four lane miles of U.S. Highway 101. According to a recent press release, the accelerated completion of repairs is attributed to funds from Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

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Taft Highway will get pavement work – Caltrans announced last week that the California Transportation Commission allocated $669 million for more than 100 projects, funded by or at least partly by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. Several of the projects involve state highways on the Westside.

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Another California Transportation Commission allocation of over a half-billion dollars funded wholly or in part by SB1 includes more regional highway infrastructure repairs. Among 50-plus added projects that are moving forward is an $8 million culvert repair and replacement one targeting highways in Alpine, Amador and Tuolumne counties.

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Caltrans is switching a road improvement project to new work hours to address traffic backup concerns on Interstate 10 through Palm Desert and Indio. The state agency is replacing and repairing 149 lane miles on Interstate 10, and State Routes 111 and 86 in Riverside County due to the funds from Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

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Have you ever wondered where the extra gas tax money you now pay at the pump is going? The increase on the excise taxes on gasoline and diesel along with new registration fee for cars based on their value have so far created 26 projects in District 3 as well as in other districts across the state.

Kern Valley Sun

New SB 1 funded maintenance projects coming to Inyo, Mono and Eastern Kern Counties include: • Pavement Project on State Route 58 in Kern County: $3 million pavement project will improve 2.4 lane miles of State Route 58 from east of California City Boulevard to west of Twenty Mule Team Road in the town of North Edwards in Kern County.

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Solano County streets and roads – the cities and the unincorporated areas combined – were assessed to be in “fair condition” in the latest pavement condition index recently released by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. The so-called pothole report shows that Vallejo, with an at-risk score of 53, and Benicia, with an at-risk score of 55, had the worse streets in the county based on the 2017 assessment.

The Sun Gazette

The Sun Gazette: State puts highway projects in the fast lane
Tulare County will be getting five and a half million dollars in additional highway funds before next summer. The largest of the Tulare County projects will improve Highway 99 through the city of Tulare. The $3.6 million pavement project will improve 14.8 miles of 99 from East Paige Avenue to south of East Cartmill Avenue.

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Sierra Wave: Caltrans ‘Fix-it-First’ Projects in Eastern Sierra
Caltrans will begin more than 120 new “Fix-it-First” projects this fiscal year (July 2018 – June 2019), replacing, repairing and improving more than 6,700 lane miles of pavement, 250 culverts and 320 bridges across the state, due to funds from Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. 

Los Cerritos News

Cerritos Community News: SB 1 Gas Tax Providing Half a Billion for New State Highway Projects this Fiscal Year
Caltrans will begin more than 120 new “Fix-it-First” projects this fiscal year (July 2018 – June 2019), replacing, repairing and improving more than 6,700 lane miles of pavement, 250 culverts and 320 bridges across the state, due to funds from Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. These projects got the green light after the department received almost half a billion dollars of SB 1 funding for new state highway maintenance projects this fiscal year.

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Local projects on the (CTC-approved SB 1) list include the completion of the Waterfront Drive trail between G and J streets, safety improvements around South Fortuna Elementary School, and improvements to the northbound and southbound rest areas near Trinidad on Highway 101.

Manteca Ripon Bulletin

The City Council unanimously took that position Tuesday — Mayor Steve DeBrum was absent — to make that Manteca’s official municipal stance and to allow the city’s name to be listed as a member of the No on Proposition 6 coalition. The group includes local governments, public safety organizations, business, labor, environmental leaders, and transportation advocates.

Our Weekly Los Angeles

The California Transportation Commission (CTC) announced this week that a total of 332 road improvement and related infrastructure projects in Los Angeles County are in line to receive millions of dollars in state funds.

NBC Bay Area

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and city Department of Transportation director Ryan Russo said Thursday that over the next few months there will be a flurry of street-paving activity that will deliver an estimated four times more repaved miles in 2018 than in other recent years.

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Caltrans is repaving damaged pavement on exits and entrances along Interstate 5 from County Road 17 north of Woodland to County Road 6 interchange near Dunnigan, thanks to the funds from Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

Daily Press

The Ranchero Road Corridor project and other Victor Valley road work may be coming to fruition sooner than expected thanks to a much-needed infusion of funds from the state.

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BISHOP—Caltrans announced local transportation planning grants have been awarded. Local agencies will put this money to use for planning efforts and projects that support more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Over the past several years, the City of Cotati embarked on several road improvements. This includes resurfacing approximately 25 percent of the residential streets in Cotati, repaving downtown Cotati and building new sidewalks around La Plaza and East School Street. In addition, they have constructed new sidewalks, bike lanes and streetlights and added trees and pedestrian plazas on Old Redwood Highway between La Plaza Park and Highway 116. There are several more projects scheduled to take place starting this summer and into 2019.

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California’s State Transportation Agency just poured $170.5 million into area transit needs. The bounty comes from Senate Bill 1 gas-tax funds and also cap-and-trade money that had not included inter-city rail until State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson insisted on it during budget hearings. “It’s really true that the squeaky wheel gets the rail,” Jackson cracked, adding that she was thrilled to see “everything come together so beautifully for a real future for inter-city rail.”

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SANTA MONICA—The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) revealed that the Big Blue Bus (BBB) is expected to receive a grant for $3,050,000 towards the purchase of 10 new zero-emissions battery electric buses (BEBs). The funds are being provided via the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP).

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State funds were approved for the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension and Orange/Red Line to Gold Line Bus Connector. Both projects are expected to benefi t the foothill communities and the Greater Los Angeles Area. These projects have been approved to receive grants from the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP), which receives its funding from both the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund and Senate Bill 1.

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A critical mass transportation project is underway. Officials from the San Diego Association of Governments, Caltrans and North County Transit District held a groundbreaking ceremony last week on the $33.7 million improvement project to the Poinsettia Train Station as part of the North Coast Corridor Program.

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The single-bore option has been approved by project owners for the 5 mile (8km) extension of the BART rapid transit system to San Jose and Silicon Valley in Northern California. A TBM of about 45ft (13.7m) diameter will excavate the single-tube, double-track tunnel that will also accommodate the platforms for two of the four stations on the extension that lie beneath downtown San Jose (Fig 1).

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Sacramento, Calif. — The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) announced 28 recipients for more than $2.6 billion in Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP) grants for transformative transit and rail projects. CalSTA is also providing additional funding for seven critical projects through multi-year funding agreements, bringing the total awarded to over $4.3 billion.

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STOCKTON — San Joaquin County motorists traveling area roadways — or anywhere in the state, for that matter — should prepare for a slew of construction projects this summer as Caltrans embarks on an ambitious 10-year plan to spend $54 billion repairing and rehabilitating state highways and local roads.

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SAN FRANCISCO, May 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- A baker's dozen of Bay Area highway, transit and goods-movement projects today earned more than $660 million in new funding as the California Transportation Commission (CTC) finalized its first awards through a trio of competitive statewide programs established by the Senate Bill 1 transportation investment package signed into law by Gov. Brown last year.

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California State Transportation Agency officials recently announced a series of grant awards under the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP), and selected the Valley Rail Project as a major awardee, providing $500,500,000 to fund a series of new stations and track improvements to increase connectivity and frequency of service to the Sacramento region.

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The California Transportation Commission (CTC) just announced the award of $187.4 million in 2018 Trade Corridor Enhancement Program Grants funded by Senate Bill 1 (the statewide gas tax enacted in 2017) to construct two projects of the Global Opportunities at the Port of Oakland (GoPort) Program: 7th Street Grade Separation (East) and Freight Intelligent Transportation System.

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Caltrans, San Diego Association of Governments members and other elected officials -- including Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins, Sen. Ben Hueso and Assemblyman Todd Gloria -- Friday will highlight upcoming San Diego County transit projects to be funded by Senate Bill 1.

Paso Robles Daily News

Caltrans will widen striping and increase visibility on 1,027 lane miles of U.S. Highway 101 from the San Benito/Santa Clara County line to the Santa Barbara/Ventura County line, thanks to funding by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

CBS Bay Area

States are faced with an aging infrastructure and an aging workforce. And just when the country is considering mammoth investments to repair roads, bridges and highways, there’s a shortage of skilled trades workers. California’s new Road Repair and Accountability Act aims to tackle both problems.

Petaluma 360

State and local elected officials and regional transportation leaders attending a Petaluma forum last week voiced strong support for the recently enacted increase in the state gas tax, which they say is necessary to complete the Highway 101 widening project between Petaluma and Novato.

Engineering News Record

California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) named on Feb. 23 Laurie Berman, a veteran California Dept. of Transportation (Caltrans) official, as agency director, effective March 3. She was acting chief deputy director since October and a former San Diego district director.

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Caltrans has awarded more than $1 million in planning grants to improve bicycling and walking for children in schools in Watsonville, Marina and Seaside and unincorporated Santa Cruz County.

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An Interstate 5 freeway project in Orange County and preliminary work on a light rail transit line in southeast Los Angeles County are among the recipients of the first round of grants given out Monday from Gov. Jerry Brown's massive gas tax transportation bill.

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The Interstate 5 freeway project in Orange County and preliminary work on a light rail transit line in southeast Los Angeles County are among the recipients of the first round of grants given out Monday from Gov. Jerry Brown's massive gas tax transportation bill.

Daily Press

Revenue from the recently passed California gas tax is already being used to fund or accelerate roadwork projects through the state, including several in the High Desert.

This year could be a monumental one for local transportation projects, with potential funding sources at all levels of government for highway widening and local street repair. Transportation officials are optimistic after years of stagnant funding, but caution that much of the money will need to be approved by voters.

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The city of Needles will take advantage of recently signed Senate Bill 1, the Road and Repair Accountability Act of 2017, and has assessed current needs in order to develop an SB 1 project list.

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This year, the Gold Coast Transit District celebrates its 45th year of service in Ventura County. As the largest provider of fixed-route and paratransit (dial-a-ride) services in the region, Gold Coast provides nearly 4 million trips annually for residents of Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Ventura and unincorporated areas of Ventura County.

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Re "Exactly where is gas tax going?" (Letters, Dec. 14): Where does the gas tax go? Senate Bill 1 – the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 – raised our gas tax to fix roads and increase public transit. An editor's note broke down SB 1 planned expenditures over the next 10 years, including road maintenance, bridge rehabilitation and transportation research.

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Caltrans announced last Thursday that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2014 (SB 1) have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Caltrans has announced that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2014 (SB 1) have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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With Marin drivers paying another 12 cents per gallon as part of a gas tax increase, local transportation officials are hoping to cash in on millions of dollars in new funding for local projects, including improvements to the busy Bellam Boulevard offramp in San Rafael.

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For the first time in the history of the program, the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) expands its Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) Program to include weekends as part of a five-year pilot program. The extended service was made possible by the passing of Senate Bill 1, which contains a $25 million dollar statewide increase for the program.

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This year appears headed toward a record number of driving trips for the holidays — 51 million people in the United States will be driving this season, the highest figure since 2005.

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They usually test construction materials. But this week, two dozen Caltrans and industry technicians from throughout the state were at Cal State Long Beach to test out a new program to increase quality and reduce delays on construction projects.

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The new fuel taxes and auto fees will raise roughly $5.4 billion a year, with $3.7 billion going for maintenance repairs, building roads, and repaying transportation debts. The rest will go to transit, safety issues and things like bike lanes.

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Californians are on the cusp of relief from potholed and congested roads thanks to Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act. Under SB 1, signed by Gov. Brown earlier this year, the state will invest $54 billion over the next decade to fix freeways, roads and bridges across California.

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There's going to be a bump at the pump starting Wednesday. The tax hike, part of a bill signed into law by Governor Brown in April, will raise billions to fix California's crumbling highways and roads and put thousands of people to work.

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When motorists have to spend an extra 12 cents a gallon (or 20 cents a gallon for diesel) starting Nov. 1, Huron Mayor Rey León will be among those who will happily dig into their pockets to help the state come up with an estimated $52 billion to help cover California's transportation needs for the next decade.

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Gas taxes are going up Wednesday in California, and you can expect to pay an extra 12 cents per gallon for gasoline, and an extra 20 cents per gallon for diesel.

Sacramento Bee

Southern California drivers struggle through the worst commute in the entire United States and drive on some of the country's most crumbled, bumpy roads. Thanks to the passage of Senate Bill 1 this past year, road repairs for Southern California are soon on the way.

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The day after Halloween, California gas prices will go up by 12 cents a gallon. That's to help pay for tens of billions of dollars worth of pavement and bridge maintenance the state had put off for years.

Orange County Register

There is no tomorrow when it comes to fixing our roads, highways and bridges, which is why a misguided effort to repeal Senate Bill 1 — a historic measure to invest more than $5 billion a year in transportation improvements across the state — must itself be put to rest.

Orange County Register

Newport Beach City Council members thought that they were taking a principled stand when they decided last month not to apply for their share of the estimated $5.2 billion in new annual gas tax revenue...

North Bay Business Journal

California gas-tax increases set to start in November will raise an estimated $5.4 billion a year statewide for 10 years, a robust increase in spending coming at a time when work to finish the expansion of Highway 101 in Marin and Sonoma counties and repairing neighborhood streets and bridges is critically needed, Sonoma County Transportation Authority Executive Director Suzanne Smith said Wednesday.

The Press Democrat

California's fuel taxes won't go up until November, and that could be delayed if a referendum sponsored by legislative Republicans qualifies for the ballot

CBS Los Angeles

Los Angeles County will benefit from $23.7 million in fast-tracked road repairs beginning this summer made possible by the recent passage of the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (Senate Bill 1), a California gas tax increase expected to raise $54 billion over the next decade to fix transportation infrastructure.

Taft Midway Driller

The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) and the Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced the fast tracking of "fix it first" construction work and increased road repairs across the state.

LA Daily News

Work to repair and resurface hundreds of miles of highways, including those in the Los Angeles area, Long Beach, the South Bay, and San Gabriel Valley, will begin as soon as this summer – months before revenue from a landmark transportation bill even begins to flow to the state, officials announced Friday.

San Diego Union Tribune

One of the most controversial bills passed by the California Legislature this session raised the state's gasoline tax, which is expected to generate $54 billion over the next decade to shore up roads, highways and bridges.

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Los Angeles County will benefit from $23.7 million in fast-tracked road repairs beginning this summer made possible by the recent passage of Senate Bill 1, a California gas tax increase expected to raise $54 billion over the next decade to fix transportation infrastructure.

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Work to repair and resurface hundreds of miles of highways, including those in Long Beach, the South Bay, San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles area, will begin as soon as this summer – months before revenue from a landmark transportation even begins to flow to the state, officials announced Friday.

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State highway officials announced Friday they will launch 13 highway resurfacing projects this month – including one on Highway 50 outside Placerville – with upcoming funds from Senate Bill 1, the controversial gas taxes and fee increases recently approved by the legislature.

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Caltrans is beginning costruction on a $370 million Interstate 5 Corridor Enhancement Project today with partial funding provided by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

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El Dorado County - Caltrans has begun work to improve 41 lane miles of U.S. Highway 50 from the Sawmill Road Undercrossing to the South Fork American River Bridge in El Dorado County, due to funds from Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

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Caltrans today announced that $2.7 billion in competitive grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) were awarded to 64 projects throughout California to tackle congestion, support valuable trade corridors and bolster local agency efforts to invest in transportation...

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Caltrans announced today the recipients of $105 million in State of Good Repair (SGR) program funds from Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), money that will provide capital assistance to local governments and agencies to rehabilitate and modernize California’s existing local transit systems...

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Caltrans announced today that the first round of Local Partnership Program grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) have been awarded to local and regional agencies with voter-approved transportation fees or taxes in place.

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Caltrans announced today that the first round of Local Partnership Program grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) have been awarded to local and regional agencies with voter-approved transportation fees or taxes in place.

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Caltrans announced today that the first round of Local Partnership Program grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) have been awarded to local and regional agencies with voter-approved transportation fees or taxes in place.

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Caltrans announced today that the first round of Local Partnership Program grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) have been awarded to local and regional agencies with voter-approved transportation fees or taxes in place.

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Caltrans announced today that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Caltrans announced today that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Caltrans announced today that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Caltrans announced today that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Caltrans announced today that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Caltrans announced today that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Caltrans announced today that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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Caltrans announced today that the first planning grants funded through the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 have been awarded to local agencies to support their efforts to plan more sustainable communities, reduce transportation-related greenhouse gases and adapt for the effects of climate change.

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In this Caltrans News Flash, you get an up-close look as Caltrans transitions from 4-inch wide stripes to 6-inch wide stripes on the state highways, providing motorists with a better view of the road in darkness or inclement weather such as rain, snow and fog.

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Caltrans is on a fast track to launch new grant funding from Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, releasing today for public review and comment the final drafts of the SB 1 Sustainable Communities and Adaptation Planning Grant guides.

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Caltrans today announced that the first listing of local transportation projects expected to be funded by the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) are now available on the SB 1 Rebuilding California website.

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We’re on it. Caltrans has already begun the extensive effort to make improvements required by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) — the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017...

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With the passage of the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 this spring, Caltrans embarks on a decade-long task of smoothing our highways, strengthening our bridges, improving our traffic management systems and providing Californians with the full range of travel options...

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The California State Transportation Agency today announced 7 recipients for $51.9 million in State Rail Assistance program funding. These projects, which have a total value of $136 million when including funding from other sources, are focused investments by the state to improve commuter and intercity rail service across the state, reduce air pollution and ease traffic congestion. The funds are made possible by the passage of Senate Bill 1.

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Caltrans today announced that the first listing of local transportation projects expected to be funded by the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB 1) are now available on the SB 1 Rebuilding California website.

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Merced County Association of Governments

The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) and the Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced the fast tracking of "fix it first" construction work and increased road repairs across the state including two in Merced County. Caltrans is able to jumpstart these road repairs thanks to the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (Senate Bill 1) recently passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor.

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